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Apple, GT in SECRET SAPPHIRE peaceable parting PACT

GT to sell off factory, repay Cupertino loans if deal is approved

Preview redux: Microsoft ships new Windows 10 build with 7,000 changes

Latest bleeding-edge bits borrow Action Center from Windows Phone

Telstra ambit claim gets ACCC pushback

Tell 'em they're DREAMING, son

Apple grapple: Congress kills FBI's Cupertino crypto kybosh plan

Encryption would lead us all into a 'dark place', claim G-Men

San Franciscans: Lyft and UberX want to take you to the airport

If your driver doesn't pull you out of the car and smash your phone first, that is

Google puts Chrome credentials on USB drives for two-factor authentication

Company teams up with FIDO Alliance to support push-button security keys

Broadcom pitches chips at OEMs

'Gigabit' silicon should land in equipment in 2016

Back to the ... drawing board: 'Hoverboard' will disappoint Marty McFly wannabes

Buzzing board (and some future apps) leave a lot to be desired

In dot we trust: If you keep to this 124-page security rulebook, you can own

Step 1: Don't get owned. Step 2: Use HTTPS. Step 3: ...

PARC Alto source code released by computer history museum

A slice of history: the GUI before the Apple

NOT OK GOOGLE: Android images can conceal code

It's been fixed, but hordes won't have applied the upgrade

Freescale lassos Ethernet cables around car, calls it 'Internet of Things'

Dev kit for the auto sector

VMware's new enemy no. 1 isn't Hyper-V, it's Vladimir Putin

Healthy quarter marred by plunge in Russian sales and missed US federal deal

Really... an iKeyfob? Apple continues war on fanbois' pockets

Relax: it's just a patent... for now

HPC Wales stretches its reach to Northern Ireland

Selling cycles across the Irish Sea

Pagers shout data center creds, pop star airport arrivals

Encryption: IBM and Australian spooks have heard of it, but aren't using it

Comet Siding Spring revealed as flying molehill

Hiding from this space pimple isn't going to do humanity's reputation any good

Computer misuse: Brits could face LIFE IN PRISON for serious hacking offences

Vague wording leads to legal uncertainty, says JCHR

It's Big, it's Blue... it's simply FABLESS! IBM's chip-free future

Worstall on WednesdayOr why the reversal of globalisation ain't gonna 'appen

Google+ goes TITSUP. But WHO knew? How long? Anyone ... Hello ...

Wobbly Gmail, Contacts, Calendar on the other hand ...

Warning to those who covet the data of Internet of Precious Things

There's nothing for you here: it's personal data – watchdogs

Amazon rolls cloud and on-prem into single sign-on service

ActiveDirectory and Samba AWS bridge

Panzura's cloudy gear hits others' WAN optimisation kit for six

If you believe their claims. Promising if true, mind

Lufthansa tosses IT biz to Big Blue, inks outsource deal with IBM

Cutting costs to compete with hungry little rivals

Look out, it's 'H' from Brussels: New Euro digi-czars take post

Who are they and what will they be doing? We take a look


China govt: It wasn't us, honest

Facebook pays INFINITELY MORE UK corp tax than in 2012

Thanks for the £3k, Zuck. Doh! you're IN CREDIT. Guess not

VMware, Cisco, EMC lovechild to live in Big Daddy EMC's house

EMC absorption rumours confirmed

Trips to Mars may be OFF: The SUN has changed in a way we've NEVER SEEN

+CommentOnly nuke power can save us from radiation

DEATH by PowerPoint: Microsoft warns of 0-day attack hidden in slides

Might put out patch in update, might chuck it out sooner

EMC profits flatline as VCE joins the storage-tastic federation

Just gotta hope the Fed holds out against activist investors

Microsoft promises Windows 10 will mean two-factor auth for all

Sneak peek at security features Redmond's baking into new OS

Big Azure? Microsoft and IBM ink deal on business cloud

Enterprise round-up time...

Chinese hackers slurp iCloud passwords, Apple's CEO jumps into his jet for China

Beijing wants answers from Tim 'Demon Headmaster' Cook

Guns don't scare people, hackers do: Americans fear identity theft more than shooting sprees

Citizens know their stats

Is your home or office internet gateway one of '1.2 MILLION' wide open to hijacking?

Doublecheck your NAT-PMP settings now

Australia to 'relieve' telcos of need to disclose intercepts

UpdatedAdministrivia-reduction measure said to have no consumer benefit

Pay a tax on every gigabyte you download? Haha, that's too funny. But not to Hungarians

Sssh, don't give anyone any ideas, Hungary

SNIA's Australia/New Zealand chapter winds itself up

Board declares mission accomplished

Nokia France leak: Windows Phone DUMPED in Microsoft Lumia revamp

Haricots renversés sur Facebook

Google opens Inbox – email for people too thick to handle email

VidPrint this article out and give it to someone tech-y if you get stuck

How to hit the top of Google's rankings: 'Use a new dot-thing gTLD'

You know what they, say – when the Cutts away ...

Smartphone giant _____ puts citizens' private data beyond reach of oppressive regime _____

And into the hands of _______ that also spies on people

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