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Sweden orders TWO PETAFLOP supercomputer

Royal Institute of Technology tires of mere 93 teraflop machine

Mathematica hits the Web

Wolfram embraces the cloud, promises private cloud cut of its number-cruncher

Synology bakes word processor, groupware, into its NAS OS

Faster VM clones, too, for those who don't care for advanced share 'n' sync

BitTorrent's peer-to-peer chat app Bleep goes live as public alpha

A good day for privacy as also reveals its approach to untraceable chats

Former VMware CTO Steve Herrod is now mobile API 'appy

Tell marketing to shove it and build your apps right, says virtualiser-turned VC

Get ready for another HYPEGASM: New iPADs 'in October'

And OMG it's OS X Yosemite! What a time to be alive

Boffins plot global (browser) cookie crumb trail

Patchwork regulation creates silos of data and worldwide web of data bakers

Amazon rekindles e-readers and Fire OS without weeks of whack-a-leak fun

One for kids, a new lightweight, and a sub-$100 Fire

Spies would need superpowers to tap undersea cables

Why mess with armoured 10kV cables when land-based, and legal, snoop tools are easier?

Apple's Cook: We have never allowed g-men access to Apple servers

Only hackers can see your nude selfies, not feds

Student pleads guilty to Frances Abbott 'secret' scholarship leak

Whistleblower used staff login to reveal PM's daughter's unusual special treatment

Top Gear Tigers and Bingo Boilers: Farewell then, Phones4U

Phones for the drinking classes

Comprehensive guide to obliterating web apps published

Open Web App Security Project releases new app dev opus

Turnbull: NBN won't turn your town into Silicon Valley

'People have been brainwashed to believe that their world will be changed forever if they get FTTP'

Murdoch to Europe: Inflict MORE PAIN on Google, please

'Platform for piracy' must be punished, or it'll kill us in FIVE YEARS

A3Cube turns RAM up to 11 with FORTISSIMO kit

In-memory fabric comes to to HPC I/O project

iPhone 6: Most exquisite MOBILE? No. It is the Most Exquisite THING. EVER

Stephen PieMore beautiful than a unicorn, or a baby's smile

Jihadi terrorists DIDN'T encrypt their comms 'cos of Snowden leaks

Intel bods' analysis concludes 'no significant change' after whistle was blown

Aggressive HGST hurls flashy humdingers at online archiving

CommentSooner or later a big player's going to catch one in the eye

Scotland wins WORLD RECORD as voters head to referendum polls

HPC blogUni of Edinburgh team lands teraflop-tastic LINPACK laurels

China hacked US Army transport orgs TWENTY TIMES in ONE YEAR

FBI et al knew of nine hacks - but didn't tell TRANSCOM

Sony says year's losses will be four times deeper than thought

Losses of more than $2bn loom over troubled Japanese corp

Forget bonking, have ONE OFF THE WRIST with Barclaycard's bPay

It's positively encouraged on the London Underground

Mozilla shutters Labs, tells nobody it's been dead for five months

Staffer's blog reveals all as projects languish on GitHub

Supermassive black hole dominates titchy star formation

Early result from Scots indyref vote? NAW, Jimmy - it's a SCAM

Anyone claiming to know before tomorrow is telling porkies

Driving with an Apple Watch could land you with a £100 FINE

Bad news for tech-addicted fanbois behind the wheel

Damien Hirst, eat your heart out - these guys chop up TAXIS

100% DesignHalf a car stuck to your wall is this season's must-have accessory, darling

Copyright thieves' cyberlockers slurp MILLIONS from honest creators, study finds

Offshore chop shops make merry from movies and pr0n

Snowden's NSA leaks have galvanised the storage world

Vendors raise their game after gov securo-busting revealed

Ten years on, TEN PER CENT of retailers aren't obeying CAN-SPAM

Unscrupulous marketers are, guess what, still being gits

Students playing with impressive racks? Yes, it's cluster comp time

HPC blogThe most comprehensive coverage the world has ever seen. Ever

Does this float your boat? Dead Steve Jobs to hijack yachts from beyond the grave

Is there nothing the Apple biz tyrant can't do?

Microsoft's axeman Nadella fills baskets with 2,100 fresh heads

Round 2 of layoffs sees jobs cut company-wide

Oracle's Larry Ellison quits as CEO – new bosses are Hurd'n'Catz

Larry to spend more time with his, er, in his CTO chair

Feds act to stop cyber-bullying, whatever it is, at some future point

Bill to establish Children’s e-Safety Commissioner boosts education funds by $7.5m

First day of Hurd'n'Catz at Oracle: It's dis-fur-pointing for Wall St

Database giant still not feline the love in new hardware and software sales

Home Depot: 56 million bank cards pwned by malware in our tills

That's about 50 per cent bigger than the Target tills mega-hack

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