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Get your CLOCK out, you coders: Apple emits Watch dev kit

Time to get to work making Tim Cook et al even wealthier

HORROR! Imagine if anyone could find out EVERYTHING you EVER tweeted

Cripes. Engineers open up ALL microblurts since 2006

NSA mass spying reform KILLED by US Senators

Democrats needed just TWO more votes to keep alive bill reining in some surveillance

Netflix tags March 2015 for ANZ launch

Oz TV barons: 'Yep, we own that show. And that one. And this one'

SMS pwnage on MEELLIONS of flawed SIM cards, popular 4G modems

Bootkits for everyone!

Ceph-starter Suse to enter software-defined storage market

Linux vendor aims to take on EMC with commodity storage

VMware testing servers-by-the-minute cloud

vCloud Air joins the come-and-get-it cloud caper

Hewlett Foundation lays out MEELLIONS on security

Cyber ALL the boffins

Quebec's latest bid to break away from Canada HALTED by a single dot

Regardez ce projet de loi! Nous nous rendons!

Lame phone dodgers fleece finance's foolish and fat fingered

A hundred top US finance companies targeted

Apple slapped in yet another patent battle

Your emoji are safe, though

GiffGaff spanked for clumsy attempt at mum-and-dad-humping humour

VidMobile network told by ad watchdog to UNSEE THIS

Blackpool hotel 'fines' couple £100 for crap TripAdvisor review

Free speech, we've heard of it

Asian mobiles the DDOS threat of 2015, security mob says

Beware traffic from hacked Vietnam, India and Indonesia fondleslabs

'Cleantech' a dirty word for VCs? RUBBISH!

Worstall on WednesdayThey just think the current schemes are terrible

Toyota to launch hydrogen (ie, NATURAL GAS) powered fuel cell hybrid

Mirai released only in Japan ... for now

New Euro digi tsar 'H-dot' Oettinger to host sort-of-live Twitter chat

Send your burning questions to, er, the German Press Agency

YOU are the threat: True confessions of real-life sysadmins

Who will save the systems from the men and women who save the systems from you?

Hello, Mr Chips(et): Capita grabs bigger slice of UK IT education market

Rivals squeezed as buy of NMS bolsters outsourcing giant

Mozilla SELLS FIREFOX MOBILES ... in Greece

Second Euro scalp for Moz after Germany falls

The Big Data wrangling CIO you've probably never heard of: But his kit probably knows YOU

The sprawling retail web estate handling 5m views per hour

Call the Commish! Ireland dragged into Microsoft dispute over alleged drug traffic data

Plunder your servers, not ours, says Irish govt

DRaaS-tic action: Trust the cloud to save your data from disaster

Accidents happen...

HDS: Storage? Pah! We're working on a SMART CITY OPERATING SYSTEM

Converged, hyperscale Internet of Things and smart cities rig

GROUP HUG, shouts Facebook. C'mere and let us squeeze you more

App guys? You still happy with using Facebook login?

Human DNA 'will be found on moon' – Brian Cox

Crowdfund plan to stimulate Blighty's space programme

London police chief: City bankers, prepare for a terrorist cyber attack. Again

+CommentFingers ISIS as likely attacker

Fujitsu CTO: We'll be 3D-printing tech execs in 15 years

Fleshy techie disses network neutrality, helmet-less motorcyclists

Go on, buy your workers a smartphone. You know it makes sense

A matter of choice

Microsoft adds video offering to Office 365. Oh NOES, you'll need Adobe Flash

Lovely presentations... but not on your Flash-hating mobe

Google bags huge Times Square ad space for New Year's

Choc Factory pays millions for whacking new digital screen

'Most advanced mobile botnet EVER' is coming for your OFFICE Androids

NotCompatible

What a Mesa: Apple vows to re-use titsup GT sapphire glass plant

Commits to American manufacturing ... of secret tech

Speaking in Tech: Go on, you can call us LEGACY! We solved your little startup problems 15 YEARS ago

PodcastPlus: Meet 'Lightning on a whiteboard' Zimmerman

Microsoft's Azure goes TITSUP PLANET-WIDE AGAIN in cloud FAIL

Outlook: RAIN

Bang! You're dead. Who gets your email, iTunes and Facebook?

Death and the medium

All-singing-all-dancing hyperconverged Maxta gets Cisco's blessing

Follows Simplivity, but with added metro cluster support

Ofcom snatches 700MHz off digital telly, hands it to mobile data providers

Hungry mobe'n'slab-waving Blighty swallows spectrum

Countdown contestant pays homage to IT Crowd's Moss

♫ 0118 999 88199 9119 725... 3

Seagate connects Hadoop and Lustre in an open sourcery ceremony

Streamlining workflows, and easier processing for Hadoop-using apps

Official: European members prefer to fondle Apple iPads

Only 7 of 50 parliamentarians plump for Samsung Galaxy S

Data-center upstart grabs Wozniak, jumps into virtual storage fight

Primary Data launches at EMC and Quantum with 'data hypervisor'

Sailfish OS tablet is GO: Fans stuff cash into Jolla's cap in hand

Ex-Nokia engineers get funds to flog MeeGo-ish slabs

Fake antivirus scams: It's a $120m business – and alleged ringleaders have just been frozen

FTC, Florida lob sueball at 'two massive operations'

IVEC's Magnus crashes Top 50

Pawsey pops the bubbles

Apple Fanboi? Stand by to get Beats Music LIKE IT OR NOT

iOS to get streaming service built-in, early 2015, says report

Smartphone chip champ Qualcomm says it's ARMed for server wars

Will take on Intel, ARM rivals for the data center

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