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Google chair Eric Schmidt reportedly visits Cuba

World's second-most-repressive regime for internet access welcomes lecture on freedom

Web collab outfit Assemblage becomes Cisco's latest appendage

WebRTC for peasants, telepresence for suits

Microsoft's Windows Phone 8.1 world conquest plan: folders!

Upgrade looks highly likely to land in early July

Indian rocket set to sling five satellites

LIVE VIDPLSV-C23 launch will carry imaging, comms and quantum physics craft

NSW government agencies bend over and take it from telcos

Auditor-general finds most lack expertise to negotiate, manage, contracts

ENISA, Europol, strike info-sharing deal

Watch out, cyber-crooks, TWO European agencies are chasing you now

Zero-knowledge proof crypto scheme divines truths from nothing

Boffins scheme to help blow up nukes could also be handy for electronic voting

VMware's desktop push heads for casualty ward, in a good way

End-user computing push continues with Horizon release and new vertical templates

True fact: Your CAT wees ... like a racehorse

Science finally admits it's been taking the piss all along

Panasonic's seven-inch Windows slab has tough exterior, confused mind

Can a hard-as-nails tablet do double duty on your desktop?

Dropbox used as command and control for Taiwan time bomb

PlugX trojan gets an upgrade for new attacks

Saddle up for the Tour de Firmware

Build a BONKERS BICYCLE laden down with gadgetry

Ericsson resurrects not-spot swatter

Radio Dot: Skyscrapers could get mobile signal on 99th floor

Amazon Fire: Who needs a WAREHOUSE when you have a global ADS PLATFORM?

Analyst sees tat emporium's empire surging into China

We got behind the wheel of a Tesla S electric car. We didn't hate it

Hands onNow we've got that out of the way. 'Dear Santa...'

BT at last coughs to 'major outage' after broadband went titsup across UK on Sat

Customers left fuming at the weekend

Cloudera, MapR, IBM, and Intel bet on Spark as the new heart of Hadoop

Screeching sound heard amid Spark stampede as Cloudera changes opinion on Hive

HP in 'serious' settlement talks over Autonomy legal bust-up

Wooing shareholders to smooth things over

Dragons' Den newbie firm Outsourcery: We are losing sales, we need to go DIRECT

Born-in-cloud biz trims £1m

London teen charged over Spamhaus mega-DDoS attacks

Accused will tap the boards before the beak today

Aereo presses pause on 'tiny antenna' TV-streaming service

Vows to fight on after US Supreme Court ruling

Rockall pod-dweller braces for stormy weather

Nick Hancock battens down the hatches on North Atlantic islet

Distributed Linux OS wizards CoreOS release first commercial product

VCs fling $8m at FOSS OS that updates like a browser

Application delivery controllers tighten the security perimeter

Protect your assets

Overclocking to 5GHz? We put Intel Devil’s Canyon CPU to the test

ReviewHaswell refresh that's hot to trot

Facebook: Yes, we made you SAD on PURPOSE... for your own good

It makes (y)our content 'more engaging'

Hey, Marissa Mayer: Flexi working time is now LAW in UK. Yahoo!

Please don't inflict another godawful GIF on us...

IBM promises mainframes on tap as SoftLayer lands on London

Unbelievable... Chessington's nowhere near London

Fear not, posh tech tarts! Selfridges' Apple concession still open despite selloff

Square Group sells retail outlet to CompuB

Shrew'd boffins spot TINY ELEPHANT species

Mini-Dumbo critter certainly looks the part

Samsung admits its Chinese supply chain still has labour-rights and safety problems

Another yearly audit, another catalogue of labour abuses

Rare HPC beauties unveiled: Quivering racks, Lustre clusters and the tiers of a Cray

ISC LeipzigIt's all getting a bit terafloppy in Deutschland

And now for someone completely brilliant: Stephen Hawking to join Monty Python on stage

He's not a physicist, he's a very naughty boy

Hey, channel guy. STOP. Don't lock yourself into vendors' refresh cycles

We all know hardware lasts longer than 3 years so why bin good kit?

Google kills its successful social network. Yes, we mean Orkut

Não, obrigado... a good time to bury bad news in Brazil and India

You WON'T spend as much on IT in 2014 as we thought - Gartner

Growing competition, lack of differentiation lead to dip

QLogic exec chairman HK Desai dies aged 68

Storage chief passes away after 19 years at the top

Alex Bouzari on his big data storage firm: First, we got rid of the VCs

Our Vulture picks DataDirect Networks boss's brains

Remaining Snowden docs will be released to avert 'unspecified US war' – ‪Cryptome‬

Not by us, though, says coy leaker tweet

Google Glass faces UK cinema ban: Heaven forbid someone films you crying in a rom-com

Theater body tackles piracy, privacy fears

Google's Quickoffice taken behind shed ... 'Oh, what's the gun for?'

Docs, Sheets, Slides to replace standalone productivity suite

Using Android 4.3? Don't let malware snatch your private login keys

Bad news: One in ten devices suffer KeyStore flaw. Good news: It's hard to exploit

Facebook Australia's 'small company' status makes it a small target

Does Zuck know that smaller companies have lesser privacy obligations?

Street View Wi-Fi slurp nightmare: US Supremes snub Google's appeal

Ad giant must now face up to class-action suit over wireless data grab

New South Wales' prime plod pushes data retention, again

Police push pwnage of 'net history

Apple ships security fixes for iOS, OS X, Safari ... basically EVERYTHING

Here comes the next big slew of WebKit bug fixes

Western Australia considers ban on R18+ games

Running 'won't somebody think of the children' argument to justify breaking ranks with federal scheme

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