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Kim Dotcom vows to KILL SKYPE with encrypted MegaChat

Claims new service will end NSA mass surveillance

PlayStation outage: Sony asks 'have you tried turning it off and on again?'


Robox: How good could a sub-£1k 3D printer be?

ReviewHome-3D-printed parts are inherently weak, BUT...

Key to Windows mobe app sales? Er, LOW MEMORY, of course

... and maybe get a few people to BUY the unloved tile-tastic things?


Glut prompts discounts galore... £70 Playbook, anyone?

US tech titan CSC slapped with $190m penalty

Three-year probe by US regulator closes

Google's Gmail staggers to feet in China as access partially restored

Webmail hit a wall, but not our Great Firewall, says PRC

German minister photo fingerprint 'theft' seemed far too EASY, wail securobods

Security industry fear after apparent digit sig nickery

OnePlus vs Micromax: Dream of Google-less Android now further away

+CommentCase highlights strange behaviour from Google-friendly VC-backed firm

*HIC*... tweet: Sloshed birdsh shlur songs, boffins say

♬ Show me the way to go home ... I'm tired and I wanna go to bed ♬

UK banks prepare for Apple Pay 'invasion', look to slap on bonking protection

AnalysisFinancial bodies air concerns over 'privacy', 'data security'

TalkTalk eyes up Blinkbox for advanced FOURPLAY – report

With a £250m accounting hole, every little helps

NORKS? Pffft. Infosec bods BLAME disgruntled insiders for savage Sony hack

FBI probes theory that fingers unhappy ex-staffers

South Korea says NUCLEAR WORM is nothing to worry about

Malware woes continue for state-run power company

Analysts claim itty bitty iPhone Mini to land next year

Damn the trends, say pundits, new Apple mobe will be SMALLER

Apple in 2007: Who wants a stylus? Apple in 2010: We want a stylus!

Patent reveal shows Cupertino not so averse to pens after all

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