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'GCHQ's surveillance data gulp is BULKY and WARRANTLESS', human rights groups moan

Is there really no limit for Blighty's spies?


Pics+VidOrbital says 'vehicle anomaly' to blame

Big Content outs piracy hotbeds: São Paulo, Beijing ... TORONTO?

MPAA calls Canadians a bunch of bootlegging movie thieves

OK Google, do I have CANCER?

Company talks up pill that would spot developing tumors

Verizon bankrolls tech news site, bans tech's biggest stories

UpdatedNo agenda here. Just don't ever mention Net neutrality or spying, ok?

Australia plans 'penalties' for social networks that don't think of the children

Cyber-bullying plan is missing some important details

Cisco and friends chase WiFi's searing speeds with new cable standard

Cat 5e and Cat 6 are bottlenecks for WLAN access points

Top research shop releases free boffinware for all

Updated with videoYour research may be bleeding edge, but the way you do it probably isn't

Telstra (re)launches am app store (again)

Is it over the top to keep fighting over the top players with the same underwhelming idea?

Devs: Imagine a lithe, lightly-clad, sweaty body and what you'd do with it

The Google Fit SDK wants you to take it for a ride

BONFIRE of the MEGA-BUCKS: $200m+ BURNED in SECONDS in Antares launch blast

VidThat's not counting the cargo and launchpad

Deloitte's dumb rules stop us from telling you about everyone else's dumb rules

Report's dire delivery process proves thesis that private sector is better at bureaucracy than bureaucrats

Find My Phone does just one thing but Samsung's messed it up

Hackers can p0wn smartmobes through handset location services

Cisco: We made UCS secure but need your help to finish the job

New hardening guide suggests shutting old services, expiring admins and locking logs

Indian DEITY reveals Internet of Things policy

Solar-powered trash receptacles seen as road to $15 BEEELLION industry

Bangkok gets 'net exchange with help from ISOC

Bit barns and their brethren busting out all over Asia

China lunar mission readies for return to Earth

China's 'blue marble' shot puts all things lunar in perspective

MEN: For pity's sake SLEEP with LOTS of WOMEN - and avoid Prostate Cancer

And, um, don't sleep with other men. If that's what worries you

Storage array giants can use Azure to evacuate their back ends

Site Recovery can help to move snapshots around

BlackEnergy crimeware coursing through US control systems

US CERT says three flavours of control kit are under attack

Google may hook Kubernetes deep into own cloud

'Highly differentiated experience' promised, details likely at November gabfest


Pantleg conflag safety at last


Worstall on WednesdayLet's look at the economics behind it...

Inside the EYE of the TORnado: From Navy spooks to Silk Road

CommentIt's hard enough to peel the onion, are you hard enough to eat the core?

Apple spent just ONE DOLLAR beefing up the latest iPad Air 2

New iPads look a lot like the old one. There's a reason for that

Samsung wants a bite of flash cache, will eat Proximal Data – sources

AutoCache provider will slot nicely into Korea Co's offerings

IBM, backing away from hardware? NEVER!

HPC BlogDon't be so sure, so-surers

Whoa, back up a little CommVault: ANOTHER weak quarter?

Hammer head promises improvements set to burn £500m on one-dole-to-rule-em-all IT, claims PAC chair

One boss after another leaps out of Universal Credit hot seat

WHITE HOUSE network DOWN: Nation-sponsored attack likely

'Unclassified systems only', claim Presidential residentials

Speaking in Tech: Amazon's Fire is being snuffed out

PodcastPlus: What exaclty is a 'global computing fabric'?

Has NetApp solved the TLC for biz puzzle? We look at its MYSTERY SSD Mars sauce

AnalysisThey MUST know something others don't. Right?

This is why we CAN have nice things: Samsung Galaxy Alpha

ReviewiPhone 6 botherer?

Storage, probably like a college girl buying a belt. Be ready for the freshman 15

StoragebodOMG, I just need to let my array out a bit

Dragon's Outsourcery flaunts cloud bazaar credentials

'Still a lot of distrust for cloudening among these gov primitives', admit biz chiefs

Return of the disk drive bigness? Not for poor old, busted WD

Modest rev rise as profits fall rushes out broken 'Orphan Works' system as EU Directive comes in

+CommentIt was there all along! Well, sort of there

Hey - who wants 4.8 terabyte almost as fast as memory?

China's Memblaze says they've got it in PCIe. Yow

PEAK APPLE: iOS 8 is least popular Cupertino mobile OS in all of HUMAN HISTORY

'Nerd release' finally staggers past 50 per cent adoption

Catalogic data copy sprawl smacker CEO Walsh talks to the Vulture

Interview'Sorry about the soapbox'

Lawyers mobilise angry mob against Apple over alleged 2011 Macbook Pro crapness

We suffered 'random bouts of graphical distortion' - fanbois

Banksy denies Banksy impostor's claim to – which isn't owned by Banksy

Street artist defends someone else's right to use his name

FCC boss Wheeler clears way for internet TV and cable unbundling

Wheeler says web services no different from broadcast channels

Big Retail's Apple Pay killer CurrentC HACKED, tester info nicked

Listen for the chuckling from Cupertino

Bad dog: Redmond's new IE tool KILLS POODLE with one shot

Azure and Office 365 to end SSL 3.0 support, too

More Microsoft staffers shown the door in Round 3 of job cuts

Nadella creeps close to 18,000-layoff target

Naked and afraid: that's how Telstra's Wi-Fi security makes you feel

All it takes is 1 angry teen with Wireshark and root access

Australian E-Health records breached twice in the last year

Sick system saw patients peep into two records

Turnbull: Coding skills 'will be almost as important as literacy and numeracy'

Comms Minister thinks digital technologies is baked into maths curriculum

Hate the BlackBerry Z10 and Passport? How about this dusty old flashback instead?

BlackBerry Classic aims to rekindle the flames

No nudity, please, we're GAMING: Twitch asks players to cover up

New rules apply equally to both sexes, as they should

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