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Bitcoin was illegal in California? Whoops, governor fixes that 165-year-old money law

Crypto-currencies threatened by anti-counterfeit cash rules

Microsoft's anti-malware crusade knackers '4 MILLION' No-IP users

Dynamic DNS biz cries foul as Redmond seeks to smash software nasties

SUPER EARTH possibly home to life FOUND in our 'solar backyard'

GJ 832c is just 16 light years away

Conformist Google: Android devices must LOOK, WORK ALIKE

Demands watch, TV, and car makers stick to default UI

China's world-beating Tianhe-2 super has brawn, not brains

Report says need for bespoke software means low utilisation rates

Anti-snoop Android 'Blackphone' sees the light of day

Silent Circle's phone for the security conscious reaches first buyers

Keep monopoly or make network expensive, NBN Co warns

Competition policy could put rural/regional service at risk

Cambridge's tiny superconducting magnet breaks strength record

Three tonnes of force exerted by golfball-sized gadolinium, barium and copper cocktail

SPACE: The FINAL FRONTIER. These are the TEN-YEAR images of star probe Cassini

Fuel running fearfully low, but the mission continues

Redmond reinstates infosec mailing list after Canadian law panic

Canada Day legalese proves no match for Microsoft

MIT and CERN's secure webmail plan stumped by PayPal freeze

Money-shuffler shutters cash flow after asking if crypto is legal

Catch cack-handed baggage handlers in the act with Ericsson's SPY SUITCASE

Nice idea - now where do I pack my Y-fronts?

Speed of light slower than we thought? Probably not

Einstein not wrong, except in headlines

Analyst: Chinese buyers shunning IBM, EMC, Oracle and Cisco

Government nudging locals towards home-grown kit when possible

New Russian law punishes online 'extremism'

Terror propaganda, spreading non-Russian values, can earn you trip to labour camps

NBN Co reveals 1 Gbps business plans in new product roadmap

Enterprises with dedicated fibres get special service

Los Alamos National Laboratory likes it, puts Scality's RING on it

Improved protection as firm updates its object storage software

BBC offers briefest of teasers for the next Doctor Who

Timelord: 1 line, Clara: 1 line, Tardis on fire. Run time: 15secs

Pension quango's £18.5m project FINALLY goes live... 2 months late

ExclusivePension Protection Fund's supplier blames Pension Protection Fund

NASA flying saucer vids show fire in the sky

Mighty thruster lifts Mars payload delivery tech

Cambridge Assessment exams CHAOS: Computing students' work may be BINNED

Updated'We're painfully aware' of incredibly embarrassing cockup - board

REVEALED: The sites blocked by Great Firewall of Iraq

ExclusiveReg obtains list of banned sites in crisis-hit nation

WANdisco plunges into the Hadoop foam party, shakes its replication booty

'This 6ft-4 Indian guy in hotpants is a friggin GENIUS'

HP and shareholders to gang up against 'Brit Bill Gates'

Mike Lynch target for joint Autonomy operations

Comet-chasing Rosetta spies SWEATY prey

Enough to 'fill an Olympic-size swimming pool in about 100 days'

Twitter swallows BEHAVIOURAL AD firm TapCommerce

'Buy Now' buttons make brief appearance

NASA aborts third attempt at finally settling man-made CO2 debate

Two birds died trying. Will the third make it?

Iraq civil war: You can fight with an AK-47 ... or a HOME-COOKED Trojan

Researcher spots spike in cyber-espionage tools

GCSE Computing teachers cry victory as board decides NOT to bin tech teens' work

'No suggestion of widespread malpractice', Cambridge Assessment now says

Keith McMahon, tech analyst, dies at 50

ObitOnce urged Branson to 'take the money and run, Beardie'

Deja-vu alert: Russian hackers target US, Euro energy giants

It's here - just click through to last week

New research: Flash is DEAD. Yet resistance isn't futile - it's key

Electro-boffin may have SAVED the storage WORLD

Dating app Tinder faces sexual harassment suit from ex-exec co-founder

Whitney Wolfe alleges 'campaign of sustained, outrageous abuse'

New NSA boss plays down impact of Snowden leaks

You have not heard me say 'OMG, the sky is falling'

Viv Reding quits justice commish role - heads for EU parliament

Gone roaming to hometown of Luxembourg

British and European data cops probe Facebook user-manipulation scandal

ExclusiveNewsfeed furtling could mean trouble for Zuck

'Maximized minimalism' is Samsung's spiel for Galaxy S5 Mini

Miniaturized mobe makes Sammy's star more iPhone-ish

PayPal says sorry: Fat fingers froze fundraiser for anti-spy ProtonMail

Payment goliath blames 'technical problem' for account block

Microsoft thumbs nose at NSA, hardens crypto for Outlook, OneDrive

New server-side feature makes it harder for spies to snoop

FTC: T-Mobile USA took '$100s of millions' in bogus txt charges

Network CEO blasts Feds' allegations as baseless

'I don't want to go on the cart' ... OpenSSL revived with survival roadmap

Heartbleed-battered crypto library reveals long path back to health

Sorry, chaps! We didn't mean to steamroller legit No-IP users – Microsoft

UpdatedMeanwhile, miscreants are DDoSing the hapless DNS provider

X-IO offers emergency RACK IMPLANT treatment for moaning hosted VDI users

Hopes marketing fluffery will offer healthy sales

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