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Apple tried to get a ban on Galaxy, judge said: NO, NO, NO

Judge Koh refuses Samsung ban for the third time

Twitter gives ANALYTICS to the unwashed masses

Obsessing over hit counts no longer just for advertisers and celebrities

Oz metadata proposal: no to IP addresses, yes to MAC address logging

ASIO spook-in-chief: it's like the phone book, really

Rickety rock deemed unworthy of Curiosity's drill

NASA also hoses down Martian thighbone theorists

Oz fed police in PDF redaction SNAFU

Give us your metadata, we'll publish your data

Neutrinos lay bare solar proton reactions

Set the controls for the heart of the Sun

NBN predicts a million premises next year

$AU8.4 billion in, $AU60 million out, ramp-up coming

Cisco teases UCS refresh with most of 2014's best buzzwords

Borg servers look set for social mobile disruptive big data cloud of things injection

Microsoft boots 1,500 dodgy apps from the Windows Store

DEVELOPERS! DEVELOPERS! DEVELOPERS! Naughty, misleading developers!

Netflix releases home-grown DDoS detectors

Planning on haxing Netflix? Don't plan it on Facebook

AWS Zocalo squares up to box Box, Dropbox, sync 'n' share flocks

Even VMware's having a go at the successor to enterprise content management

Chipzilla gives birth to a TINY comms chip

Eensy-weensy 3G for Internet of Things

Researchers camouflage haxxor traps with fake application traffic

Honeypots sweetened to resemble actual workloads, complete with 'secure' logins

Pay to play: The hidden cost of software defined everything

Enter credit card details if you want that system you bought to actually be useful

LOHAN tunes into ultra long range radio

And verily, Vultures shall speak status unto distant receivers

Reg man looks through a Glass, darkly: Google's toy ploy or killer tech specs?

ReviewTip: Put the shades on and you'll look less of a spanner

EE plonks 4G in UK Prime Minister's backyard

OK, his constituency. Brace yourself for EXTRA #selfies

LOHAN wrapped in vinyl as Kickstarter campaign hits £18,000!

Sample stickers fly in, custom pint tankards fly out door

Rejoice, Windows fans: Stable 64-bit Chromium drops for Win 7 and 8

Hurrah for HD cat video capability

Samsung Gear S: Quick, LAUNCH IT – before Apple straps on iWatch

Full specs for wrist-mounted device here ... but who'll buy it?

Russia-based hackers prime suspects in JPMorgan mega-breach

FBI working on sanctions reprisals hack theory - report

Groupon sales reps' overtime pay suit not eligible for class action

Judge reckons their jobs were too different to be lumped into one court case

'Stop dissing Google or quit': OK, I quit, says Code Club co-founder

+CommentAnd now a message from our sponsors: 'STFU or else'

Racing Post escapes ICO fine after leaking info of 677K punters

Stewards' inquiry faults unsaddled website

IBM: OK, Watson, you've won Jeopardy. Now, CURE CANCER

Uber-computer to analyse reams of research

All-flash array shipper Violin plays concerto after re-stringing

+CommentCuts its losses - literally

Tim Cook in Applerexia fears: New MacBook THINNER THAN EVER

'Supply chain sources' give up the goss on new iLappy

Welcome to the HYPER-converged bubble of HYPE! Enjoy it while it's here, storage folk

CommentBubbles always burst... don’t they?

One step closer to robot butlers: Dyson flashes vid of vacuum sucker bot

VidLatest cleaner available for world+dog in September

Top beak: UK privacy law may be reconsidered because of social media

Rise of Twitter etc creates 'enormous challenges'

HP busts out new ProLiant Gen9 servers

Think those are cool? Wait till you get a load of our racks

End of buttons? Apple looks to patent animating iPhone sidewalls

Filing suggests handset with display strips

Want to buy T-Mobile US? Yours for $35 per share – report

Deutsche Telekom sets the price of its honor

TROLL SLAYER Google grabs $1.3 MEEELLION in patent counter-suit

Chocolate Factory hits back at firm for suing customers

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