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You, Verizon. What's with the download throttle? Explain yourself – FCC boss

Commission wants answers on plan to cap heavy users

Cisco's application-centric infrastructure arrives at last

Borg begins striking off its golden hardware handcuffs

Multipath TCP speeds up the internet so much that security breaks

Black Hat research says proposed protocol will bork network probes, flummox firewalls

Korean vendor launches wearable RPi clone

Smaller, cheaper and battery-powered pocket Pi

BitTorrent launches decentralised crypto-fied chat app

Voice and text snuck onto freedom-loving nodes

VMware builds product executables on 50 Mac Minis

And goes to the Genius Bar for support

Riddle of odd bulge found on moon is solved

When life gives you lemons, well ...

Oracle: That BUG in our In-Memory Option will be fixed in October

Don't worry, though ... it's probably (mostly) harmless

Sneaker-maker Reebok cooks up performance-enhancing BACON

Let's all go for a run. Now.

Recording lawsuit targets Ford, GM in-car CD recorders

Your car: a Pirate Bay on wheels

Russia to SAP, Apple: Hand over source code to prove you're not spies

And they'd get away with it too, if weren't for that meddling Snowden

Boffins spot weirder quantum capers as neutrons take the high road, spin takes the low

Cheshire cat effect see neutrons and their properties walk different paths

Cold storage, Facebook style? Flash FPGA controller to knock your SoCs off, vows upstart

NxGn hopes cold storage flash catches on

Has Europe cut the UK adrift on data protection?

CommentEU reckons we've one foot out the door anyway

Fiendishly complex password app extension ships for iOS 8

Just slip it in, won't hurt a bit, 1Password makers urge devs

Coming to a console near you: Destiny beta and The Last of Us Remastered

Game TheoryA sneak peek and some instant gratification

AVG stung as search revenue from freebie scanners dries up

Come back, freetards

Securobods claim Middle East govts' fingerprints all over malware flung at journos

Shoots down aptitude of badness-slingers

Nice computers don’t need to go to the toilet, says Barclays

Something for the Weekend, Sir?*Bad computers might ask if you are Sarah Connor

Microsoft adds wireless industry legend John Stanton to its board

Satya Nadella backs up 'mobile-first' strategy with new director

PEAK LANDFILL: Why tablet gloom is good news for Windows users

AnalysisSinofsky's hybrid strategy looks dafter than ever

Disk daddy WD dishes out more drives, but profits dip anyway

Gaming gamed WD's results

ICANN can't hand over Iran's internet, bomb victims told

Why? Because nobody owns it

POW! Apple smites Macbook Air EFI firmware update borkage

Fruity firm provides digital balm for furious fanbois

Dr Dre's crew gets Beats-down from Apple: 200 jobs to go – report

HR, finance will bear the brunt of cuts, it is rumoured

BT consumer biz saves day: Grr, if it weren't for that meddling Ofcom

Broadband spares the red faces

Pentagon hacker McKinnon reinvents himself as SEO guru

From UFO coverup to SEO bigging-up

Microsoft and pals applaud UK's 'Google Review' copyright move

Colour us shocked: They want rest of Europe to follow

Samsung faces down TAB and smartphone MOUNTAIN HORROR

Sales and profit dive at mobile sub, things set to get tougher

Overland Storage and BDT end four-year-long patent spat

BDT invests in Overland, Overland shares plummet

Tesla and Panasonic to build NOT-SO-SECRET GigaFactory in US

This'll help me flog more 'leccy motors, says Elon Musk

Grabby baddie scours Paddy Power's towers: 650k punters leaked and it took 4 years to admit it

We're still a safe bet, say bookies

Microsoft's Euro cloud darkens: US FEDS can dig into foreign servers

They're not emails, they're business records, says court

Veeam's vigorous voyage vindicates virty servers' backup virtues

Firm reckons breakneck customer growth rate's continuing

T-Mobile US preps for $43 MEEELLION shower of gold on cram victims

Network braces for quarterly hit from repaying unwanted SMS charges

Turnbull to Big Content: Let your movies RUN FREE ... for a fair price

Piracy is theft, says Comms Minister, but content should be universally available

Mars rover 2020: Oxygen generation and 6 more amazing experiments

PicLanding on a Red Planet near you in six years' time, hopefully

A modest proposal: Australian ISPs should JUMP at the chance to store metadata

The Big Data industry says it'll make them RICH and perhaps the government will even pay

Call off the firing squad: HP grants stay of execution to OpenVMS

Startup to take over support for today's Itaniums and beyond

Plug and PREY: Hackers reprogram USB drives to silently infect PCs

BadUSB instructs gadget chips to inject key-presses, redirect net traffic and more

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