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Australia deflates Valve with Steam sueball

Alleges breaches of Oz consumer law

Hardkernel nixes RPi clone project

Odroid-W zeroed by SoC supply

Redmond resists order to hand over overseas email

Court wanted peek as related to US investigation

Jet-powered DRONE-maker slapped for illegal exports

UAV sent offshore without the right paperwork

Facebook, Google and Instagram 'worse than drugs' says Miley Cyrus

Italian boffins agree with popette's theory that haters are the real wrecking balls

Yahoo! YUI! project! is! no! more!

The world overtook us, yet AGAIN says Purple Palace

Broadcom reveals $20 'Pi in the sky' IoT development widget

'WICED Sense' comes with sensors and wireless so devs can wire things into stuff

European Commission okays Oracle's MICROS gobble

Dear shareholders, hurry up and sell up, says Big O

Hot students, 'liquid coolant', bagpipes and Brazilians: It's a cluster compo, folks

HPC BlogEdinburgh, Sao Paulo uni teams chase glory

Virgin Media blocks 'wankers' from permissible passwords

No bollocks, quite literally...

Rubbish WPS config sees WiFi router keys popped in seconds

Another day, another way in to your home router

NZ Justice Minister scalped as hacker leaks emails

Grab your popcorn: Subterfuge and slur disrupts election run up

Google could be a great partner for Iliad in its quest for T-Mobile

CommentC'est ridicule? Not if it works...

How to grill an American VC... on the storage upstart world

InterviewBattery Ventures VC looks at SanDisk

HP: NORKS' cyber spying efforts actually a credible cyberthreat

'Sophisticated' spies, DIY tech and a TROLL ARMY – report

Vulture 2 X-Plane soars over Spaceport America

Billy Bargagliotti wraps virtual rocket ship - come give it a blast

China: You, Microsoft. Office-Windows 'compatibility'. You have 20 days to explain

Told to cough up more details as antitrust probe goes deeper

Woe, Daddy! GoDaddy customers wail as hosting service GOES TITSUP

Support team swamped by calls as websites die

Chumps stump up $1 MEELLLION for watch that doesn't exist

By the way, I have a really nice bridge you might like...

Second hacking crew joins Syrian Electronic Army on Team Assad

Malware Team might even be an offshoot, say researchers

Wonderful wizard of WOS daddy DDN moves into big data

CommentWe're talking profits, baby

Google has spaffed more cash on lobbying this year than Big Cable

Don't worry, it'll be cheaper when they use drones

Apple tells devs: NO slurping users' HEALTH for sale to Dark Powers

By which we mean advertisers

DRAM whammer Kaminario bigs up K2 biz

CommentFlash array market's on the up

Europol picks Brit to lead new international cybercrime taskforce

Six-month pilot project

Tech kingpins: Your kit would be tastier with a spot of open source

StoragebodCome on EMC, open-source ViPR

Steelie Neelie: Enjoy your EXCLUSIVE UHF spectrum in 2020, mobile operators

But you'd better play nicely with broadcasters until then

Twitter: La la la, we haven't heard of NUDE JLaw, Upton SELFIES

If there are any on our site it is not our fault as we are not a PUBLISHER

BBC: We're going to slip CODING into kids' TV

CommentPureed-carrot-in-ice cream C++ surprise

China sends THREE teams to HPC whizzkid shindig in Germany

HPC BlogPlan to do their, erm, 'wurst' in German cluster compo

Windows 7 settles as Windows XP use finally starts to slip … a bit

And at the back of the field, Windows 8.1 is sprinting away from Windows 8

Vertigan killed FTTP but the battle for scalable FTTN has not begun

Australia's technology industries need to fight for the best-possible FTTN

Carrier club's careful copyright conga

We're not Big Content's interns, says Comms Alliance, but we might be RENT-A-COPS

Tesla to add charging network in China

400 stations in deal with China Unicom

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