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VMware's super-secret MARVIN: It's software-defined war on future IT

Sysadmin blogLife after servers? Don't talk to me about life after servers!

HOLD THE FRONT PAGE: US govt backs mass spying by US govt

Sucks to be you, Johnny Foreigner. But think of all the terrorism Uncle Sam's tackling

HDMI, thy end is near: Qualcomm's Wilocity gobble will let mobes, tabs beam 4K vid to TVs

WiGig-Wi-Fi crossover to knock your SoCs off

No, modular Java isn't dead. It'll be in Java 9 – honest

Project Jigsaw, nixed from Java 8, is back and ready for Phase Two

Ericsson and ZTE run demos, join the 'my 5G is the real 5G' club

More speed records and roadmaps for a standard that doesn't exist

Google BLOCKS access to Goldman client-leak email

UpdatedChoc Factory to bank: 'Don't panic. No one read the message'

Dotcom crypto keys not for the FBI: NZ High Court

Feds can't access data they shouldn't hold

Bill Gates asks telcoms standards boffins to define future of money

Smartphone simoleons, standardised

Windows 7, XP and even Vista GAIN market share again

Windows 8.x failure to launch confirmed

Brazilian baddies bank Boleto billions

Tremendous takings through a trillion tiny transactions

Boffins cage qubits inside superconducting silicon

Taming the quantum inside the merely microscopic

VSANs choking on VMware's recommended components

Virtzilla's initial recipes for virtual SANs didn't work`

Secluded HijackRAT: Monster mobile malware multitool from HELL

Probably has feature for getting banking details out of horses' hooves

BAE retracts hedge fund hack allegation

Well, this IS awkward, seeing as Wall Street formed a group to stop it happening again

ARM arms devs for 64-bit Android push with 'Juno' board

Android Open Source Project ported to 64-bit ARM

NSA man says agency can track you through POWER LINES

Boffins throw cold water on electric eavesdropping claims raised in German media

Experts suspiciously eye LOHAN's cantankerous canards

Your feedback on on the Vulture 2 spaceplane's forewings

Terror in Cloudland? CTERA trousers $25m investment

'Tremble, mortals, as we enter the Platform Era'

OMG, sorry about 'poor comms' on Facebook secret emoto-meddle tests. Laters!

Er, Sheryl Sandberg, that's not really an apology

Rockall batters plucky Brit adventurer

Nick Hancock plans retreat, as storm blows food supplies off North Atlantic islet

AVG: We need laws to stop biz from tracking our kids

CTO of antivirus firm calls for new laws on children's privacy

Oh SNAP! Old-school '80s Unix hack to smack OSX, iOS, Red Hat?

REAL damage to *nix systems, tools ... via SIMPLE wildcard poison tricks, claims researcher

NHS delivers swift kick to Microsoft's wallet over fee demands

Exclusive'Don't panic buy' those non-refundable licences, bellows procurement head

Titan's salty waters scupper the chances for alien life

Saturnian ice moon may have 'Dead Sea'-like ocean

Lindsay Lohan sues Grand Theft Auto V makers for 'using her image'

Actress claims game has characters that are exactly like her

When PR backfires: Google 'forgets' BBC TV man's banker blog post

CommentRobert Peston in right to be forgotten search takedown whodunnit

Apple fanbois to talk at the iWatch, INSPECTOR GADGET style – report

It could be a M.A.D. agent plot, Uncle Gadget... 'Nonsense, Penny. It will be great fun'

Microsoft confirms Office 365 price rise

Punters with no Software Assurance to cough 15% more from August

Facebook pays half a billion dollars for firm that slaps ads on videos

'Cos you all love sitting though THAT, right?

You CAN'T bust into our login app's password vault, insists Roboform

Um, I've made a vid of me doing exactly that, claims bloke

UK mobile sales in the toilet: Down by FIVE MILLION this year

Industry's last hope for a boost is Apple, say study's authors

Barbican Digital Revolution exhibition: Techies, arty types get intimate

PicsShould you eye up artful tech in 'London's ugliest' building? Yes

ICO probes BBC after secret British army unit's info LEAKED

Panorama in the brown and smelly after losing confidential data

Future Apple gumble could lock fanbois out of their own devices

Travelling outside your own hood? Just in case ... *clang*

Use Tor or 'extremist' Tails Linux? Congrats, you're on an NSA list

Penguinista mag readers, privacy-conscious netizens and more targeted, claims report

British owners flog Virgin Mobile France

Bought by Parisian cable firm Numericable

Girl gamers sexism row: Top e-sports federation finds reverse gear

You can enter 'female' or 'all' categories – but there's no 'male' section

T-Mobile US boss: Hey, FTC! We didn't make THAT much from 'bogus premium texts'

Legere brands watchdog's claims 'incredibly overstated'

Windows users: You get a patch! And you get a patch! And you get a patch! Everybody gets...

But not you, Windows XP. No Patch Tuesday for you

Your Android phone is a SNITCH: Wi-Fi bug makes you easy to track

Even asleep, your mobe could be blabbing your every move

London officials won't take Uber to court – because cabbies are suing the drivers anyway

Capital's transport authority taps out

Qualcomm fires DMCA shotgun at alleged code thieves on GitHub – including itself

Takedown notices issued to dozens of accounts

Epic fail, Facebook: FTC complaint against creepy mind games filed

Study to manipulate emotions 'failed to follow standard ethical protocols' say privacy warriors

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