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Your fitness tracker is a SNITCH says Symantec

Broadcast your bonks to the WHOLE WIDE WORLD

Users should PAY for their piracy says Turnbull

No, ISPs should pay, says Brandis

Windows 8 market share stalls, XP at record low

Another month of nasty numbers for Microsoft

Danes cram 43 Tbps down ONE fibre using ONE laser

'I could be bounded in a nutshell, and count myself a king of infinite space'

'Big data' predicts stock movements, boffins claim

Google Trends is better than a dart board at stock-watching

Free 2004-spec AS/400 pops up in the cloud

German hosting company thinks you might want to go back in time and Tweet

END your Macbook SHAME: Convert it into a Microsoft SURFACE

What does Jony Ive know about designing computers, anyway?

Microsoft hacks out new EMET, spits out Adobe Flash

Version 5.0 of friendly sniffer given more acute nose

GCHQ names the Hogwarts for Hackers

Security agency certifies Master of Cyber Security degree at 6 Brit universities

Windows Registry-infecting malware has no files, survives reboots

Antivirus doesn't stand a chance because there's nothing for it to scan

Remember Palm's WebOS? LG does – check out its smart TVs

FeatureWe talk to Silicon Valley devs about new smarties

Nokia Networks: Don't hate us, broadcasters – we're testing LTE for TV

CommentGermany trial soon underway

Ad biz now has one less excuse to sponsor freetards and filth

All about Project Sunblock

European networks giants have adjusted to life with Huawei at last

AnalysisEricsson expanding rapidly, Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia both upbeat

Snowden latest: NSA targets Gaza, pumps intelligence to Israel

Dragnet spook agency passes info to Middle East combatants

China: Our approved vendor list – Kaspersky, Symantec are not on it

UpdatedForeign firms dropped from infosec roll

EE rolls out London bus pay-by-bonk app – only fandoids need apply

iPhone-toting customers just don't have the power

Bombs away: BiTMICRO dives into enterprise PCIe flash pool

Up to 6TB of MAXio flash makes a bit of a splash

Crumbs! Holiday phish based on genuine hotel booking surfaces

'The email looked incredibly authentic,' warns scam target

Is SanDisk about to become the big daddy of enterprise flash?

CommentEl Reg takes a detailed look at runners and riders for the storage crown

It's War: Internet of things firms butt heads over talking-fridge tech standards

No, I want to be the one with the bat and the ball

Surfing the web from Android? We KNEW it – sorry, iOS fanbois

About time too: fandroids dominate in buying devices

Factory-fresh delivery: Get your OpenSUSE fix daily

Milestone builds are for fat and buggy software projects

Diablo locks down 'key' memory channel storage patent

Plus: Love, betrayal and, er, virtualisation – by PernixData wants public sector to rip up data protection law

Big Brother really WILL be watching you if Mad Frankie Maude gets his way

HGST refreshes $685m flash tech: Go-faster FlashMAX PCIe card

Lick of paint for ex-Virident product line

Insight grabs EMEA sales and marketing veep

Former Microsoft licensing exec strolls into reseller land

China: Microsoft, don't shy away from our probe

Regulator hauls Redmond legal eagle for a chat without coffee

HP says it will sue former Autonomy CFO Sushovan Hussein

Lynch and CFO: 'Breathless ranting from HP' expected

NASA tests crazytech flying saucer thruster, could reach Mars in days

Dear Lily Cole: FYI - THAT'S achieving the 'impossible'

If you ate at one of these PF Chang's restaurants, your bank card is at risk

Pwned payment systems at eateries throughout the US

NSA leaker Thomas Drake says Oz security reforms are 'scary'

Australians urged to oppose NatSec laws before they silence whistleblowers

Turnbull says NBN 'most reckless commitment of Commonwealth funds in our history'

Scales report lands with damning assessment of NBN policy and genesis

CloudControl to major chum: We'll gobble Docker's dotCloud

Did you know the Linux container upstart has, sorry, had a platform-as-a-service?

NICTA man explains why he volunteers for CSIRO's ICT in Schools

'I feel fantastic after the sessions - It's the best part of my job' says volunteer

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