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Windows 10: The Microsoft rule-o-three holds, THIS time it's looking DECENT

AnalysisCortana, Spartan, Xbox, DirectX 12 – oh my

Net neutrality bunfight heads to Congress, with predictable results

Washington jostles with broadband rules

Turn your head and cough (up your details), HealthCare.Gov has sprung a leak!

Medical info left open to unscrupulous advertisers

NO WARRANTS NEEDED for metadata access, argues Oz A-G

Submission to metadata inquiry says telecoms data is not intrusive

US military finds F-35 software is a buggy mess

Tests jettisoned to protect schedule

Australian traffic lights need better security says auditor-general

Poor passwords, proprietary code ... what could possibly go - CRASH! - wrong?

Google spent record cash lobbying Congress in 2014 – report

... as did Apple, Amazon, and Facebook

Remote code execution vulns hit Atlassian kit

Patch this! And this! And this! And this!

RHEL on VCE is ESA's new tech launchpad

Space agency now orbiting new private cloud

How do you solve a problem like Willowra?

Wanted: vibration-tolerant, carry-on network swiss army knife

Flash zero day under attack

Most popular exploit kit smashing IE users, but Chrome safe

4Chan man Moot logs off as admin for last time

So long and thanks for all the GOATSE

Drinking to forget? OK. But first, eat a curry... QUICK!

Turmeric-derived substance could 'SPOTLESS MIND' you

Big software players talking common microservices definitions

VMware plans 'stack' for componentised apps

Your anonymous code contributions probably aren't: boffins

Coders are creatures of easily-identifiable habit

Netadmin wanted for 'terrible, terrible, awful job nobody wants'

Or perhaps a gig as a 'begrudging yet proficient' security bod is your thing?

Open-source Java pals Groovy and Grails seek moneybags backer

Pivotal's pulled out

Brain-train kid game settles with FTC over 'unsupported' claims

Edu-app peddler will be watched closely, says watchdog

EE data network goes TITSUP* after mystery firewall problem

UpdatedNothing Nowhere for thousands of angry paying customers

2015 and IBM: But it wasn't supposed to be like this...

Big Blue's lost year

2015: The year of MAD TV science, but who can keep up?

Breaking FadBlizzard of buzzwords foreshadow epic changes to TV tech

EMC parachutes EMEA bigwig into UK boss role

Only temporary, says PR man, as we 'figure out our options'

Tat bazaar eBay confirms: THOUSANDS of workers will be AXED

Mulling over sales, flotation of enterprise arm as losses mount

FIVE Things (NOT 10: these are REAL) from the WINDOWS 10 event

AnalysisMicrosoft Operation Relevance – how’s it doing?

Oz father and son team plan suborbital spaceplane

'ThunderStruck' – going supersonic soon in a stratosphere near you

ULLtraDIMM dam plus inventory oops smacks SanDisk’s Q4 growth

+CommentCustomer departure didn't help either

Free Windows 10 could mean the END for Microsoft and the PC biz

AnalysisSatya Nadella's great price-slash gamble

Nimble CEO lifts lid on sales veep saga. It ain't pretty

Mann down

LEAKED Qualcomm processors reveal sexy new specs

Unlikely to be available for months and months however

Big Blue weeps as another 8% slips off its storage scales

CommentIBM's still swimming in billions of dollars, mind

LEAKED: Samsung's iPhone 6 killer... the Samsung Galaxy S6

If leaks are real, Apple is in trouble

Netlist and Diablo set for legal jaw-jaw, not a war-war

Flash tech dispute could be settled in a matter of weeks

Dell director Poskett leaves Dell for new role at … Dell

Luckily, he’ll still be ‘leveraging his extensive experience’. Phew

Lies, damn lies and Wikipedia: Murder suspect NOT a Plaxo founder – ex-staffer

Cite unseen: Indy, Daily Mail, TechCrunch in 'research' fail

Avnet sales slip but EMEA operation's off the hook - for now

Q2 fiscal '15 top and bottom line slippage. Damn components in Asia

HDS embiggens its object array by feeding it more spinning rust

Gets erasure coding as well

FORCE Apple to support BlackBerry hardware, demands John Chen

Net neutrality bandwagon, meet spasming mobe-maker

Daisy Group: we'll double our biz inside 5 years

Former AIM-listed biz goes private, gets ready to welcome new CEO

FCC Commissioner argues for delaying February net neutrality ruling

Let's wait to see how badly Congress does first

Is Windows RT not invited to the Windows 10 upgrade party?

Redmond says ARM-based OS to get just 'some of the functionality'

Google signs up Sprint and T-Mobile to sell its cellphone plans – report

Chocolate Factory wants its fingers on your phone

Nope. That's not our FAKE BOMB say Oz spooks and cops

Tourist hot spot shut down for hours by bottles and wires used for training

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