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Verizon and AT&T sitting in a tree, V-o-L-T-E: Duo vow to hookup by 2015

It really does take two to tango

Nexus 9: Google and HTC deliver Android 5.0 'Lollipop' at iPad prices

ReviewLatest Nexus slab doesn't skimp on performance

Intel: A tiny video drone? Disguised as a bracelet? Great! Take half a million dollars!

VidNixie toy 'copter launches from your arm (not your ARM)

Forging administrator cookies and crocking crypto ... for dummies

Gun security chap releases infosec 101 courseware and book

Super-villains of C sought for world conquest plan

'Do be evil' code contest challenges devs to develop nasties we can all learn from

Watch out, cloud-happy business units, chargeback is back

And this time the CIO knows how much you're spending without adult supervision

Google Calendar jumps into Inbox/Gmail era

Rewrites app for mobile-first era

So You Think You Can Conduct Original Research?

2014's Dance your PhD prize goes to Georgia U biologist on flying trapeze

Space Oddity redux: Hadfield's cover back for two years

Copyright is hard. Space copyright is harder

Ericsson, AT&T demo virty mobile signalling

Carrier SDN / NFV on the way

Mozilla promises browser just for developers

Something called #FX10 is coming next week

New GCHQ spymaster: US tech giants are 'command and control networks for terror'

And he claims public WANTS more surveillance

Pay-by-bonk 'glitch' means cards can go kaching-for-crims

UK researchers reveal attack capable of lifting 999,999.99 currency units from your cards

Microsoft: How to run Internet Explorer 11 on ANDROID, iOS, OS X

Test your site on Redmond's browser without using Windows

Brighten your November morning: 900 in-browser arcade classics added to the Internet Archive

Productivity nosedive predicted

How's the great dot-thing gold rush going? Well, just sold for $100,000

A quick look at the economics – who's hot and who's not

Apple OSX Yosemite infested by nasty 'Rootpipe' vuln

Steady on fanbois: Shell privilege escalation bug won't get fix until next January

Droids - everywhere! Is Apple really even in the game any more?

DroidCon 14I ain't drinking the Kool Aid, but I can't avoid swimming in it

Got a spare $600k? Then an ancient Apple-1 could be yours

Why so much? It was built in Steve Jobs' garage

Tech invaders: Upstarts attack storage kingpins from all sides

AnalysisSix fracturing forces looking for array weaknesses

Spanish 'Google tax' could end up like Germany's everyone-but-Google tax

New digi Commissioner keen to mulct Choc Factory EU-wide

Cloud-tailored Swift, RING jobs... Give it a REST, Scality. Oh good

It looks like you have

The Great Smartphone Massacre: Android bloodbath gathers pace

AnalysisSamsung, Sony and HTC's pain is your gain mulls what to do about digital currencies

Can you tax regulate virtual money?

The channel is changing – but if you're prepared, there's no need to fear

Better analytics needed in the survival stakes. No, REALLY

Google's 'Right to be forgotten' roadshow is just a 'distraction' – EU digital rights group

'It is not in Google’s interest to have more regulation'

Time to bag a tablet bargain this Chrimbo – Brit stocks are high

It's going to be a slash-tastic, tab-tastic Xmas

Taylor Swift dumps Spotify: It’s not me, it’s you

You're just a streamer, says cowgirl, but I need something more

I am Police Sergeant L. Torvalds! Stop or I'll shoot

Aussie TV show puts Linux founder in new light

Secrets in Seattle: Apple opening base on Microsoft's doorstep

Tim Cook muscling in on 'enemy territory'

Sprint swings axe: Another 2,000 staffers for the chop

Numbers up, down and bad

Raj Samani: The Director’s Cut

Regcast after darkA security expert's tale

How Hollywood film-makers wove proper physics into Interstellar

VidNolan: 'Extremely spectacular algorithms'

Improving JavaScript: Google throws AtScript into the mix

Better JavaScript ... even works with Microsoft's TypeScript

Amazon is the leering monolith in the cloudy room – OpenStack boss

Azure and Google don't even qualify as scary, apparently

Hold onto your hats and follow the BYOD generation

Resistance is futile

Having a Web Summit? Get some decent Wi-Fi!

Web SummitEmbarrassing outage as 22,000 people arrive at tech conference

iBail: American Psycho actor Christian Bale rejects Steve Jobs role

iWould rather play a rubber-clad superhero

Microsoft's Bing hopes to bag market share with ... search apps

Web SummitOK, we can't compete with Google on pure search

Still no start date for’s £6bn Tech Products contract

It's a 'total ballsup' - framework supplier

Hyperconverged upstart Stratoscale raises $32m

Now has a war chest of $42m to take on storage giants

Scalable storage outfit Imation slides back after recovery

AnalysisDeepening loss, lower revenues

Brit telco goes shopping again, tosses Telindus UK into trolley

Marconi rump intent on jazzing up its IP networking skills

Fusion-io co-founder turns techie for Primary Data: Biz gets new boss

David Flynn takes hands off wheel to get technical

VMware announces vCloud Air for Australia

Dominant antipodean telco Telstra gets the hybrid-hosting gig

Oculus Rift tech-specs 'many months away' from hitting the shelves

Virtual reality virtually a reality, insists upstart's CEO

Microsoft, Dropbox execs go public with their Office hookup

Getting into bed ... with iOS and Android

Hans Neij of Pirate Bay arrested in Thailand

TiAMO in custody after leaving Laos

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