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Facebook: We are being slurped 24 per cent more by govt this year

This pipe into our back door is becoming increasingly swollen

UN takeover of internet postponed indefinitely

AnalysisTwo weeks of negotiations may have turned the ITU super-tanker

HP links arms with Wind River in NFV tie-up

Virtualisation for the telcos

Hackers plunder Hilton 'HHonors' rewards points, go on shopping spree

Buy a $2k telly at Harvey Norman for $18.50

Oz quantum researcher to head new journal

Nature trying open access in Oz

Intel Skylake processor release date slipping – reports

Nothing expected until much later this year

HP's pet lizard is feral peril says wildlife group

Calls for boy-and-his-lizard tear-jerker to point out iguanas are illegal in Oz

Google puts down POODLE, now wants to eradicate breed

Cupertino closes coffin with gotofail nail

Cure for death (by PowerPoint) emerges from Japan

'PechaKucha' format allows 20 slides, 20 seconds for each and and no clicker

Huffy BlackEnergy vxers cry: 'f*ck U Kaspersky', thank Cisco for 0-days

'U never get a fresh Black En3rgy!'

FTC to flog Butterfly Labs' Bitcoin holdings

Orderly liquidation to help fund possible refunds

Who wants to be a millionaire? Not so fast, Visa tells wannabe pay-by-bonk thieves

But crims will probe contactless cards for flaws, experts warn

UK Cabinet Office's £200m IT bonanza: I got 999 contracts but a pitch ain't won (yet)

Bidding's only just opened and I feel bad for you, son

Google Glassholes haven't achieved 'social acceptance' - report

And this is why smartglass sector IS A FLOP... for now

RBS faces biggest ever fine for THAT huge IT meltdown – leak

British regulator prepares wrist slap, or possibly spanking for banking group

'You have no right to see me naked!' Suddenly, everyone wakes up at the Google-EU face-off

Web ad giant's 'PR roadshow' finishes in Brussels

Apple patents autographs. Checkmate, eBay

Novelists! Now you can please fans without getting your nib wet (so to speak)

We're doing great, say dot-London chiefs ... Unfortunately, few agree

Dot-rodeo, dot-vodka, dot-fishing, dot-horse not flying off the shelves, funnily enough

Rich techbro CEOs told to sleep rough before slamming the poor

'The biggest problem isn't Ebola or ISIS — it's income inequality'

Spaceplane fan sips sweet nectar from LOHAN's copious cup

Mead in a mug - heavenly

Trickle-down economics works: SpaceShipTwo is a prime example

Worstall on WednesdayWhy billionaires should spend stupid cash on innovation

Microsoft tells resellers to use Office 365 as loss leader

Veep for smallbiz urges resellers to focus 'customer lifetime value', not first-up profit

Google revs up Container Engine to drive Docker in its cloud

Hosted Kubernetes tools aim to help devs build cloud-first apps

The late 2014 Apple Mac Mini: The best (and worst) of both worlds

ReviewNews of its death has been greatly exaggerated

Israeli ex-spies want to help you defend your car from cybercrooks

Who needs a lock pick when you've got an electronic key?

Fujitsu waves 50PB+ monster at hyperscale storage freaks

Like what you CD10000?

Why Comrade Cameron went all Russell Brand on the UK’s mobile networks

AnalysisNational Roaming Rǝʌolution, innit!

7 questions we're dying to ask the internet's most exciting bloke

There's no foolin' the UN's telecommunicatin' schoolin' Houlin

Google offers cheap and easy network hookups with Cloud Interconnect

Trace the tracks of Google's peers

'Fess up, storage admins: Working with EMC's VMAX made you feel like a wizard

StoragebodVMAX3 could be end of an era

Crypto collision used to hijack Windows Update goes mainstream

Final nail in the coffin for the MD5 hash

Systemax: Senior Blighty bods let us down, so we cut them

Group sales flat in Q3, losses narrow on back of B2B goodness

Former Apple chief John Sculley says Steve Jobs 'never forgave him'

Web SummitDublin crowd told Jobs held grudge after being pushed out

MoJ hands £125m to outsourcing giant Atos

Soz, Computacenter, Fujitsu, HP ... you lost out

Russia to ban iCloud.. to protect iPhone fiddlers' pics 'n' sh*t

State secrets: This is local data for local people

Eye laser surgery campaigner burned by Facebook takedown

+CommentAre you really judge, jury, and executioner, Zuck, or just plain dumb?

Watchdog bites hotel booking site: Over 3k card details slurped

SQL flaw ‘oldest trick in the book' – ICO

Can you really run your business on a smartphone?

We face the challenge

Nexenta snuggles up to Seagate's spinning models

Object storage software now talks to firm's HDDs

Google's Nest partners up with utility company – on smart thermostats

Web SummitVows: Your data is safe with us

Exetis Micro P parent smirks, files another set of bumper numbers

Sales and operating profit up at DCC Technology

Call of Duty, GTA V do not make youth more violent

Oldie gamers... the jury's out

Fatty Brit 4G networks slow down. Too much Bacon, perhaps?

Leap in demand puts pressure on service, love handles blamed

UK superfast broadband? Not in my backyard – MP

Vaizey fiddles with phone as MP tells of Cheltenham's woes

Ireland's data cops: Yes, we probed LinkedIn. Don't ask what we found

Was career-climbers' website naughty? Did it get a slap? NOBODY knows

Feds investigate Homeland Security background checker security breach

Extent of problem at contractor USIS still being assessed

Wanna be Facebook? It just open-sourced some of its web server code. Now to find 1bn users...

Proxygen appears under a BSD license

Microsoft's TV product placement horror: CNN mistakes Surface tabs for iPAD stands

Cloud first, mobile first? More like iCloud first

Antares apocalypse: Orbital points finger at turbopump FAIL

Half-century-old Russian motors to be dumped

New Dell FX2 chassis mixes 'n' matches server innards

New FX chassis can hold four different server types, plus storage and network 'sleds'

Microsoft: OK, we'll try indirect sales for Surface Pro 3 in Japan

... but we're not promising anything

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