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Judge says there's no such thing as a 'Patent Troll'

Apple banned from calling litigant a 'Bounty hunter', 'corporate shell' or 'Troll'

Hacked Israel Defence Force Twitter account spruiks nuke leak fears

Syrian hackers pop Twitter Hootsuite dashboard

Big Java security fixes on the way – but not so fast, Windows XP users

Didn't you hear? Oracle quit testing Java on XP months ago

Oracle targets Windows workloads with virtualisation manager update

Big O SPARCs up its storage management offerings

Japan makes Prius palatable with road map to hydrogen cars

100 H-stations due by end of 2015

Google spares founders from TERMINATORS, but not Eric Schmidt

Click this way if you want to live

What do we want? CAT VIDEOS! How do we get them? TOR!

Anonymity outfit responds to NSA targeting allegations

iPhone user shamegasm: 'I beg of you', delete sex app from my purchase list

Quick, iVibe, before mum sees

China blocks Flickr and OneDrive

Pro-democracy demonstrations one day, new blacklist for Great Firewall the next

PANDA chomps through Spotify's DRM

Tough slog to free ogg

Dimension Data cloud goes TITSUP down under... after EMC storage fail

UPDATEReplacement hardware needed as Australian cloud flops for 48-plus hours

Austrian Tor exit relay operator guilty of ferrying child porn

All care but no responsibility defence didn't fly

Voteware source code requester labelled 'vexatious'

Australian Electoral Commission plays hardball with Freedom of Information

So which miscreants wrote the CosmicDuke info-slurping nasty?

Finnish researchers spot link to long-ago anti-NATO attacks

Start packing your bags for a Windows Server 2003 migration

Or say goodbye to support

Google right to be forgotten 'looks odd and clumsy'

QuoTWAnd: 'Hope he knows someone who's heard of encryption'

Is there too much sex and violence on TV?

Not really, say Brit viewers

UK Xmas 2014: Go to shops a normal human, walk out a glasshole

PicsChristmas kit preview: Surface Pro 3, (maybe) Google Glass and more

Journal that published Facebook emoto-furtle study: Proper boffins get CONSENT

There's a thing called 'Common Rule'. Heard of it, Mr Z?

Goldilocks Gliese planets don't actually exist

Interstellar war averted

You 'posted' a 'letter' with Outlook... No, NO, that's the MONITOR

Something for the Weekend, Sir?What in HELL does 'hit go' mean?!

Booze in SPAAAACE! Brit rocket boffin preps bold stratobeer mission

Pint of London Pride heading heavenwards

Vulture 2 fills beak with Pi in the Sky

Spaceplane now boasting fruity minicomputer dedicated telemetry board

Royal Navy parks 470 double-decker buses on Queen Elizabeth

Gawd bless 'Er Maj and all who sail in her ... er, hang on, what?

Google de-listing of BBC article 'broke UK and Euro public interest laws' - So WHY do it?

Stunt backfires on ad giant

Crypto thwarts TINY MINORITY of Feds' snooping efforts

Dire warnings from cops fall flat thanks to official US.gov figures

China clears Lenovo's slurp of IBM server biz

Firm reckons deal will close this year, despite US national security concerns

Top ten car gadgets: Get your motor running with new shiny-shiny

Product Round-upRoad testing... literally

BlackBerry knocks Google's KNOX LOCK PICK for Android

John Chen disses Samsung's security solution

India’s Karbonn launches £26 Android phone

Only 2G, but...

'Spy-proof' IM launched: Aims to offer anonymity to whistleblowers

*reaction gif* I'm just getting all the secret files. BRB...

Korea’s third biggest phone maker faces $180m OBLITERATION

The fat lady's warming up for Pantech

Kiss my DRaaS: Actifio reckons its virty gear will shrink your storage

From virtualised copy to recovery from the cloud

ISC’14: Ever wanted to build data-crunching beast to beat them all?

HPC blogNew way to enter - plus highlights from Leipzig

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