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FBI has its fingers deep in NSA surveillance pie, declassified report shows

Feds had a hand in PRISM, too

Amazon's new EC2 compute instances run on SECRET INTEL CHIPS

Custom Xeons power high-perf cloudy number crunchers

NBN migration arrangements favour Telstra, say competitors

Nobody saw that coming

Facebook hackers work blue on Crayola coloring page

Company apologizes after jokesters deface feed

Microsoft thinks of the children with VS2013 Git release

Redmond's on a code dump tear as it unleashes own serialization code

Computers know you better than your friends

You are what you Like

Router creds admin/admin? Lizard Squad thanks you

Console hacker DDoS bot runs on lame home routers

Welcome to 'uber-veillance' says Australian Privacy Foundation

You're already quantified and known, says researcher Katina Michael

Mellanox to upgrade Monash University's HPC fabric

More muscle for research cloud

Confusion, fear and growing pains: ICANN bigwig spells out gTLD headaches

Akram Atallah tells NamesCon everything is fine. And terrible.

This $10 phone charger will wirelessly keylog your boss

Arduino tool sniffs wireless Microsoft keyboards

Remember Corel? It's just entered .DLL hell

Hijack hole found in Corel Draw and other doodleware

Attackers planting banking Trojans in industrial systems

SCADA insecurity not just about Stuxnet

Windows 7 MARKED for DEATH by Microsoft as of NOW

Mainstream support ends TODAY

Preserve the concinnity of English, caterwauls American university

Obambulate your way out of this linguistic subtopia

2015 will be the Year of Linux on the, no wait, of the dot-word domain EXPLOSION

PollAllegedly – tell us if you're tempted by one or not

iPhone addiction will RUIN YOUR LIFE – if only that were true

Is your mobe 'an object of your extended self'? Uni trio says: Yes

SanDisk's flash chip nightmare: How I'd escape black hole if I was in charge

CommentReg man Mellor weighs into tech rights battle

Adults-only Chrome add-on grabs you by the Googlies

Chrome's remote control features come to iOS if you're 17 or over

Should spectrum hog TV give up its seat for broadband? You tell us – EU

It's granny vs tween in battle of the spectrum

You go fast, but we go 'further' and 'deeper' – Voda tells 'Speedy' EE

UK network claims: Mobile doesn't NEED over 20Mbps

BlackBerry Enterprise chief: Yes, we did leave users behind

InterviewNetwork intelligence - our secret weapon

Professor's BEAGLE lost for 10 years FOUND ON MARS

British eggface lander's resting place uncovered by orbiter

Virtually yours: Citrix swallows Sanbolic

Borged into software-defined storage entity

Icelandic brewers knock up whale 'nad beer

Conservationists unsurprisingly unimpressed by cetacean knacker brew

Toshiba tosses out uber-slim THREE TERABYTE HDD

Didn't need no steenkin' shingles, either

Global PC market's not dead, it's just resting – Gartner

Rival beancounter IDC not so sure

Disney, McLaren and National Rail walk into bar: Barkeep, make me a Wearable

You tryin' to be a smartwatch, pal?

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Big Yellow brings in Boeing bods to bolster Big data bid

Symantec also licensing technology from network monitor Narus

IDC on marketscape mayhem: EMC asked us to ignore Atmos

ECS is its object future

Spotify flips bird at Taylor Swift, adds MILLIONS more users

Christmas promo bonanza for music-streaming bods

Huawei: Phone sales helped fatten our bottom line in 2014

Chinese tech giant's core network biz also grew

All change at Microsoft as Hyde slips into cloudy costume

Meanwhile, VMware grabs MS partner chief Scott Dodds

Dell muscles into all-flash for small biz with $35k 4TB array

Claims it's cheaper than rivals, natch...

BPO playa Liberata stitches together its resellers' hit squads

Trustmarque wins battle of brands as Trinity name confined to history

Bloke in Belgium tries to trademark Je Suis Charlie slogan

Application covers everything from beer to Christmas tree ornaments

Insert 'Skeleton Key', unlock Microsoft Active Directory. Simples – hackers

In-memory patch

Atlantis Computing: CEO left due to 'personal reasons'

CommentBusiness sets up partnership with Citrix

March deadline nears for FAT, JUICY Euro Commish cloud service contracts

2,500TB of spare storage? Fond of paperwork? Give it a go

'80s hacker turned journo, IT crime ace Steve Gold logs off

ObitSilent modems

Checkmate, GoDaddy – Google starts flogging dot-word domain names

Ad giant threatens to flip market on head

AMBER alerts of snatched kids to appear on Facebook (and Bing)

VideoIt's the thought that counts, Microsoft

UNDER A VEST: Man cuffed for smuggling 94 iPhones strapped to his body

PicCops nab mobe-suit fella while entering China

Would you buy a domain from Google? Industry weighs in on web giant's move

A hit, miss or maybe?

Fujitsu: Slide your fingertip through our ring piece and show mice the finger

And keyboards too – new tech touted to kill off 20th century kit

Are you running a Telnet server on Windows? Oh thank God. THANK GOD

Microsoft fixes Google's 0-day Windows bug – plus six more. Adobe patches nine Flash flaws

Uber reveals fresh passenger data spaff – and city officials are OK with this

Storm in a Boston tea cup

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