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Citadel Trojan snooped on password managers to snatch victims' logins

And then vanished into the night

Roll up, roll up, Microsoft's rolled up dozens of OS fixes

Linux VMs over 2TB now possible and Cloud Platform gets a scaled-up cleanup

Google releases 'Divide' to conquer mobile devices, messaging

Chocolate Factory already good at division: review scores for gCal have gone OFF A CLIFF

Where the HELL is that Comcast technician? Finally – an app for that

'Your time is valuable' says telco. Really. Not making it up. It actually said that. Comcast

GCHQ and Cable and Wireless teamed as Masters of the Internet™

New Snowden docs show telco was a willing partner in global data vaccuum

The IT Crowd's internet in a box gets $240k of crowdcash for a cause

'Outernet' project proposes satellite-fuelled 'Lantern' WiFi library for remote areas

Hunt for Higgs Boson and dark matter now starts ON YOUR SOFA

CERN releases large hadron collider data and virtual machine to crunch it

PayPal takes 18 months to patch critical remote code execution hole

Dusty patch paid out

Young Germans: PLEASE! ANYTHING BUT a digital STARTUP

But Spanish and Italian youths want to set them up themselves

Useless 'computer engineer' Barbie fired in three-way fsck row

Put the pillow down, doll

Hey, it's ... Gecko man, Gecko man, does almost whatever a GECKO can

VidStanford student climbs sheet of glass with lizard-tech gloves – Special Forces next?

George.Best walks into a, spots a bearded dwarf sysadmin and thinks:

And other stories of misconfigured DNS tomfoolery

Forget the climate: Fatties are a much bigger problem - study

OpinionFat guy? Drink or smoke? You're worse than a terrorist

HP, Symantec PAIR UP to fight off disaster cloud rivals

DRaaS set to appear late next year

Home Office: It's an EMERGENCY! We need proper comms

Sets out contractor for modernised network

Intel offers ingenious piece of 10TB 3D NAND chippery

The race for next generation flash capacity now on

Two driverless cars stuffed with passengers are ABOUT TO CRASH - who should take the hit?

CommentBig data ethics doesn't need philosophy – boffin

SolidFire pipes Nitrogen OS 7 into all-flash hardware

Incremental software improvements

Computacenter UK boss Muller: Happy New Year, folks... I'm off

Internal and external successors line up

Dragon Age, Inquisition: Our chief weapons are...

Game TheoryBioware's fantasy forces in fine fettle

'How a censorious and moralistic blogger ruined my evening'

Damn tech press. Reporting and stuff. Jesus

BEST EVER broadband? Oh no you DIDN'T, Sky – ad watchdog

Rival BT moaned that claim was misleading

DoubleDirect hackers snaffle fandroid and iPhone-strokers' secrets

Windows and Linux seem immune from redirection assault

We're not, er, 'cut-throat' capitalists – VC formerly known as ISIS

Equity firm now called 'Living Bridge'. The horror continues

Who is out there waiting to spy on you or steal your data?

Know your enemy

In a mall at the weekend? WORSE STILL, are you LOST?

Cambridge Silicon Radio intros SIRFusion ... for a knight in

Glasgow boffins: We can now do it, Captain. We DO have the molecular storage power

Breaking the flash memory limit using, er, POM molecules

The cloud that goes puff: Seagate Central home NAS woes

4TB of home storage is great, until you wake up to a dead device

CIA crypto-king offers new 'clock' clue to crack Kryptos code

Big structure in full public view unlikely to contain anything important

Windows Phone will snatch biz No 2 spot from Android – analyst

BlackBerry? Who they?

Former Systemax execs charged over $9m fraud, tax evasion

Gilbert Fiorentino in the dock, keeping brother Carl brother company

Beware Brit cops bearing battering rams. Four nabbed over Trojan claims

Rozzers join international Europol operation

IBM lifts axe, will trim UK workforce weeks before Chrimbo

All about 'rebalancing' don't yer know

All aboard the Poo Bus! Ding ding, route Number Two departing

Only another three days of pooing and I can have a ride!


UpdatedHikvision devices wide open to hacking, claim securobods

Google Contributor: Ad-block killer – or proof NO ONE will pay for news?

Make those annoying banners go away? Sure. But it'll cost ya

It's 2014 and people are willing to blow $6.8m on things like

Hey, has anyone thought about selling books online? Maybe a search engine with ads?

That's all folks! US TV streaming upstart Aereo files for bankrupcy

Big Media wins again

Amazon warming up 'cheapo web video' cannon to SINK Netflix

Web souk will tout new online telly biz in 2015, claim sources

First in line to order a Nexus 6? AT&T has a BRICK for you

Black Screen of Death plagues early Google-mobe batch

Europe may ask Herr Google: Would you, er, snap off your search engine? Pretty please

Wenn es nicht zu viel Mühe Herr Schmidt

Mozilla remembers 2013. Y'know, back when it still gobbled at the Google money-trough

Firefox-maker's annual report shows costs rising, sales flat

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