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Dutch lawyers seek to overturn data retention

'Get your hands off our data'

Intel to upgrade chip-test plant in China

Another crack at the mobile market

Solar sandwich cooks at 40 per cent efficiency

Boffins claim world record with three-tiered PV rig

Kaspersky exposes Sony-crippling malware details

Looks like Shamoon, quacks like Dark Seoul

Reds hoist flag of glorious SDN internationale

The packets, abstracted, will never be repeated, say Huawei and Red Hat

IBM Research wants laptop batteries to retire and slum it

Old Li-IONs have enough roar to lighten up the lives of those living on dodgy grids

Linus Torvalds releases Linux 3.18 as 3.17 wobbles

Seven release candidates is enough

Competition probe opens door to Canal+ Spain for Rupert Murdoch

AnalysisNothing but blue Sky for press baron...

Mighty Blighty filter tilter causes communications chaos

No way to Hack a Day

Gigabit-over-copper VDSL successor signed off at last

Curb your enthusiasm: this is a short-run tech best suited to the basement

Orion hacker sends stowaway into SPAAAAACE

Terrestrial attack packs p0wnload aboard sub-orbital flight

EVO: RAIL – Is NetApp sleeping with a SAN killer?

CommentCompany discusses giving customers the best of both worlds

Government locked into £330m Oracle contract until 2016

Not one, not two but three mega-tech firms are getting paid....

Yes, Obama has got some things wrong on the internet. But so has the GOP

AnalysisRepublicans need to think, not just oppose

PlayStation Network blasted offline AGAIN. Just not Sony's decade

Lizard Squad: We did that, we did that!


+CommentNFC chips lie unused

Osborne ponders giving fleeing bank customers an API getaway car

Because what we all need is an easier way for world+dog to get at your personal data

Silicon Valley high rollers toss $36m at 'data centre OS' Mesosphere

First new OS since Android?

MP caught playing Candy Crush at committee meeting: I'll ‘try’ not to do it again

Nigel Mills was still ‘fully engaged’

Manchester festival marketers fined £70,000 over spam ‘mum’ texts

Especially offensive to complainants who'd just lost their mothers

Why, hello there, Foxy... BYE GOOGLE! Mozilla's browser is a video star

ReviewOnline face interface minus the vendor lock-in

Home Wi-Fi security's just as good as '90s PC security! Wait, what?

'Fess up: half of you lot haven't changed your default creds

Met ready to cough £150m to IT bods who'll help coppers go digital

Plan will save police £60m per year

G'Day Australia! Office 365 and Dynamics CRM bounce Down Under

Throw that latency on the barbie and chuck me an ice-cold tube of 'productivity'

Marky Mark & the techie bunch: We love you, China. Can Facebook 'n' Apple come over?

Top Chinese interwebs man visits US: Boydroid, Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos wax on with Lu Wei

Sink your teeth into OCZ's ARC 100 SSD sizzler with tasty home-grown chips

ReviewTroubled tech Toshiba takeover turnaround?

Why blades need enterprise management software: Learn from Trev's hardcore lab tests

A morality tale

Égalité, Fraternité - Oui, peut-etre. Liberté? NON, French speedcam Facebookers told

Vous êtes ayant un rire

A nation of CODERS? Yes, says, and have some cash to do it

School leavers offered bursary to study maths (as long as they teach!)

Step by flashy step: Toshiba clambers up to next gen SSD

Gen 2 tech flash twins

400,000 Windows Server 2003 boxes face SUPPORT DOOM

Possible cloud storage revolution set for, er, Bastille Day 2015

Seagate: We'll bring down the HAMR in 2017. But will we give you shingles?

All the problems really are nails, it's not just us honest

One digi market to RULE 'em all: Get with the net neutrality plan, guys, moans EU digi-veep

Andrus Ansip has toy/pram interface failure

Post Office: Here's £100m, Computacenter. Now get us up to date, for pity's sake

Reseller bags cloudy refresh & PC estate gig

Identity thieves slurp Sony Pictures staff info – as CEO sends 'don't sue me, bro' memo

Attack 'unprecedented', claims Mandiant security

Mars was a WET mistress: Curiosity probes once-moist bottom

Mount Sharp was submerged, says nuclear droid

RIP Ralph Baer: Father of the games console dies aged 92

ObitTake a moment of silence before firing up your Xbox or PlayStation tonight

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