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Spavined RadioShack to file for bankruptcy next month – report

May sell off some retail locations to Sprint

Apple wants your fingerprints in the cloud

Patent filing could see coffee bought in a snap

Ex-Apple, Google, Intel geeks in line for $415m over wage-fix pacts

Dead Steve Jobs' legacy, right there

Xen accelerates ARM server race with version 4.5

1TB memory for guests on ARM and lots of VM-wrangling fun for admins

Come now, don't be beastly to cellphone giants, Supremes tell America's town halls

If you're going to reject a phone mast, give time for an appeal

GRENADE! Project Zero pops pin on ANOTHER WINDOWS 0-DAY

Redmond ran out of time to patch Windows flaw

It's Friday. The pub is looming. IDC tells us 'bottoms up'. We'll drink to that headline

Flash your array to the world, say analysts

NINETY new DOOM ASTEROIDS found in 2014

NASA's NEOWISE found eight, plus three new comets

For pervasive 5G and IoT, prepare for wind turbines on cells

Boffins imagine lots of small off-grid cells to power pervasive data grid

Mt Gox Bitcoin baron: I was NOT Silk Road boss Dread Pirate Roberts

Extraordinary twist in trial of alleged drugs souk mastermind

Post-pub nosh neckfiller: 1.5 MILLION SCOVILLE masala omelette

Napalm-grade hangover cure packs Carolina Reaper chillis

Virgin, Qualcomm, back 600-satellite space internet plan

Beardy Branson boards next-billion bandwagon, but his plan doesn't add up

Please use TWO HANDS to access AdultFriendFinder

132 malware-laden typosquat variants plague hookup site, half arranged by four villains

Citrix goes into the mouse business

VDI outfit makes a point about fat fingers and Apple's Bluetooth-on-fondleslabs ban

You'll get sick of that iPad. And guess who'll be waiting? Big daddy Linux...

It's a post-post-post PC world

Lloyds supplier payments TITSUP: What, you want money from a bank?

ExclusiveFirms risk collapse

Acer Chromebook 13: The best Googletop on the market?

ReviewARM chippery finds another natural home

S3-lover Cloudian's hybrid object store gets Amazonian backend

CommentHorton hears a cloud crew

Missing defective BEAGLE FOUND ON MARS! Amazing claim

VidImages of lost probe

US and UK declare red-team cyber war – on each other

Better to have friends than be strong

Trustmarque ready to rock n roll in tech channel again

InterviewCosts cut, exec team lined up, problems confined to history, says CEO

EU-turn: Greenpeace pressure WON'T mean axing of Chief Scientist

'There's no scientific consensus', say lentil noshers

Fertiliser doom warning! Pesky humans set to wipe selves out AGAIN

Forget CO2, fear the P and N

Microsoft Azure was most FAIL-FILLED cloud of 2014

They were still up for over 99% of the time, in fairness


Just resting for 12 years, says poker-faced boffin

CIOs: What jobs do you have to fill before you can get on with yours?

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Nimble gives Mann severe kicking while he's down

CommentNot a nice way to treat your head of sales

Go Canada: Now ILLEGAL to auto-update software without 'consent'

But, but... permissionless tech, mutters Steve Bong

Microsoft & Paypal link hands, turn round and slap Apple Pay

Selling Surface to the sellers of some stuff

Young CHAP CUFFED in Blighty over Xmas Sony and XBOX hacks

Plods chum up with FBI

Hyperconverged IDC shamans mumble mantras over market

Simplivity scores but Nutanix well ahead

Amazon's tax deal in Luxembourg BROKE the LAW, says EU

Transfer pricing arrangements at crux of matter

Lazy FTSE 350 firms think lawyers can fight off cyber-security worries

Prevention is better than cure, Mr Burns

Two tiers to stop storage weeping: It's finally happening

CommentFlash + object strategies

UK's landmark mobile not-spot deal already falling apart

Labour takes umbrage with parliamentary process (and money)

BMW: ADMEN have asked us for YOUR connected car DATA

Well, well, well. Who didn't see this coming?

Microsoft turns the power of fine print onto enterprise licensing

Turning the screw doesn’t begin to describe it

Elon Musk: Wanna see a multimillion-dollar rocket EXPLODE? WATCH THIS

VidFalcon suffers RUD: Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly

Comcast sued for – you guessed it – allegedly SCREWING OVER CUSTOMERS

Cable giant 'ran credit check' even after bloke paid it not to

Prez Obama snubs UK PM's tough anti-encryption crusade at White House meet

Barry instead skips straight to vague promises on cyber-stuff

Saudi govt pauses flogging dad-of-3 for Facebook posts – after docs intervene

1,000-lash punishment on hold, lawyer gets full jail sentence

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