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Possible Lizard Squad members claim hack of Oz travel insurer

SQLi kid pops Aussie Travel Cover, dumps 800k records

#CASHTAGS are a thing: you can now bank on Twitter

India's ICICI Bank uses direct messages to fling funds as avian network gets acquisitive


'Fast burst' from the past blasts past

New York State plots broadband future

US$500 million to get to 100 Mbps

India pushes ahead with slimmed-down fibre rollout

Announces states to receive first fibre-to-the-village builds

Diamonds are forever, Fujitsu Eternus now for VDI

Want to connect 3,500 VMs? No problem

Oracle E-Business suite wide open to database attack

Researcher who found bug says Big Red to patch flaw in Tuesday fix roundup

Latest menace to internet economy: Gators EATING all the PUSSIES


Video nasty: Two big bugs in VLC media player's core library

Flaws disclosed in late December await exploitation

Microsoft wants LAMP for wireless mobe charger

Kinect to spot phones so lights can be focussed on solar mobes

Oracle adds Osama Bin Laden's NEMESIS to board

Former CIA director and secretary of defence Leon Panetta joins Big Red

EU digi bods brace selves for 'charm' of Microsoft, Uber et al

See, commissioneering is REAL WORK

Sorry, Qualcomm, Apple – your patents don't scare us

AnalysisGoogle neutrality pacts has shifted the balance

Want a cheap Office-er-riffic tablet? Microsoft Windows takes on Android

ReviewLinx 8 tablet NOT BAD - unless you use Google Mail

Google: What this planet needs is INTERNET FROM SPAAACE

Choc Factory wants to beam ads all across Planet Earth

SimpliVity claims fivefold sales boost, hugs Cisco tightly

Sysadmin blogUnderdog grows into possible buyout target

Give ALL the EU access to Netflix, says Vince Cable

Ministry denies Cable knows how Netflix works

Tintri gazes hungrily at Japan after nailing Fujitsu OEM deal

Chance to ‘significantly expand our presence’ say array bods

Pull up the Windows 10 duvet and pretend Win8 and Vista were BAD DREAMS

SO cosy and safe, mummy

Lawsuit schmawsuit: Pure lures EMC UK boss James Petter

Pure's latest EMC recruit heading into senior Euro role

Penguin high-flyers: Andrew Tridgell on the Linux autopilot

VidThe only way is up for open source, says ArduPilot dev

What's that, Emulex? A profit? Just over the horizon?

CEO skips with joy as prelim results hold promise

Facebook is MORE IMPORTANT to humanity than PORTUGAL

'OH it's so BIG,' gasp Deloitte tarts rented by Zuckerberg

Canonical goes all Internet of Stuff with Ubuntu for DRONES

Robots and such will dance to our tune, hopes Shuttleworth

Last Pirate in Brussels: Put ME in charge of yer IP treasure chest. Yarr!

AnalysisReda takes swig of rum, sends Black Spot to WIPO

SO. Which IS more important to humanity: Facebook, or Portugal?

PollF**k the Algarve, kids, it's Zucker-burg this summer!

IBM to open up on global re-org TONIGHT - sources

CEO Rometty expected to go public on biz multi-fixes in Q4 conf-call

SAP’s cloudy future prompts a dip in profit forecast

Calm down, £5.3bn 2017 profit still coming

2014 in infosec: Spammers sneak small botnets under the wire, Java is dull

Crims also move to Silverlight, according to Cisco

FDA draws line between wearable health gizmos and proper medical gear

You don't diagnose nothin', you don't cure nothin', capisce?

Big Blue bleeds more red in Q4, promises better days to come

Nearly every IBM biz unit down ahead of rumored re-org

Whisper keeping schtum over abuse of user data

Editor leaves "anonymous" app company but questions remain

Google reveals bug Microsoft says is mere gnat

Chocolate Factory says Redmond can't be bothered fixing hard-to-exploit flaw

Telcos try to head off net neutrality rules with legislation

Those election dollars put to good use as Congress pushes 'discussion draft'

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