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Turbocharged quad-core Raspberry Pi 2 unleashed, global geekgasm likely

PicsEl Reg lays claws on new ARM Cortex-A7-powered fruity titchy-computer

Google boffins PROVE security warnings don't ... LOOK! A funny cat!

Designing a UI people care about is harder than it looks

Pirate Bay data now tugged by IP-address-tracking current

Revived plunder site now rests on Cloudflare's content delivery network

Tango UP – Google graduates 3D tablet from the labs

GoogleVision coming to slabs and mobes sometime eventually

AWS Go-ing Google's way

Joins the Golang gulag

Can't afford a BMW or Roller? Just HACK its doors open!

Patch inbound for Beemers, Minis and Royces with a clear view of the sky

Cisco simplifies software licences, by selling them under three programs

ONE Borg to rule them, ONE Borg to bing them …

Spent the weekend watching Game of Thrones? You're a FAT LONELY SADDO

Amazing discovery by PhDs in, erm, advertising

National Lottery sleeps through Sunday

What did it do in Saturday night to make it go TITSUP for hours the next day?

Lost SPACECRAFT believed FOUND ON COMET

Jump for joy! There's a Philae landing GIF

Atlassian HipChat service popped

Encrypted, salted passwords a tough nut to crack

Crackdown on eBay sellers 'failing to display' VAT numbers

Bigger questions remain as to how many are even declaring

We told you so! Daisy Group slurps up Damovo UK

Mainland Euro ops sold to venture capital biz

Hey Amazon, why so expensive for SQL Server in your cloud?

Cloudy kit more than twice the price on Amazon – customer

How Pivotal cracked the one-billion-dollar code

AnalysisRed Hat again?

Microsoft eyes slice of Raspberry Pi with free Windows 10 sprinkled on top

Keen to meet your makers, eh?

Google, Amazon 'n' pals fork out for AdBlock Plus 'unblock' – report

Internet titans reportedly hand undisclosed cash wad to dev

Fake hottie hackers flung info-slurping malware at Syrian opposition – FireEye

Love RAT heartbreak Skype chat booby trap

Tough at the top: IBM CEO Ginni Rometty troughs $10 MEELLION+

Bumper pay deal for Big Blue execs amid worker job cuts

Bosch boss wants more Bongs

Deutschland’s future ist alles über Uber

Flashy Pure opens kimono for VMware's vCenter

Convergence is the way to go if you're a virty player

Port authority: Belkin Thunderbolt 2 Express Dock

ReviewCostly connectedness with 4K support

Why Windows 10 on Raspberry Pi 2? Upton: 'I drank the Kool-Aid'

InterviewRaspberry Pi and Microsoft love-in to support latest Pi venture

Mad Frankie Maude hangs up his axe

Whitehall cuts minister announces retirement from gov

Adobe and software pals haul Forever 21 to court over piracy allegations

Software trio pick up sueballs, take aim

Chipzilla Intel gulps down 'Internet of Things' chip unit Lantiq

Chipzilla makes a dash for the IoT cash

Flash chips for flash cars: SanDisk dives under your bonnet

Your motor's no data centre, but fast-forward a few years....

RM has been schooled: Sales fell by over £69m in fiscal 2014

PC biz exit, tight-fisted education tech buyers blamed

Buying PCs, any boxes, servers, software? Based in UK? ACT NOW

Get in early or pay 10% $ hike tax... may already be too late

Dixons Carphone clings to EE, Three in Phones 4U bullet dodge

AnalysisRush of deals will insulate firm from collapse - it hopes

Trouble comes in threes: Yet ANOTHER Flash 0-day vuln patch looming

Even Firefox users are at risk (plus IE folk, but that goes without saying)

BY JUPITER: The science behind Friday's Solar System light show

VidEverything you need from astronomer Bob Berman

Uber Australia hiring lawyers, PR flaks

No chef, but 'employees are showered with Uber credits each month'

New claim: D-Link router exposes unprotected config controls to web – DNS hijackers, ahoy!

Zero-day exploit code already published

Call Gordon Freeman! Apple to build $2bn 'data command center' – BLACK MESA?

Upon the ruins of GT Advanced saphire glass plant in Arizona

The joy of six: VMware ecstatic after finally emitting new vSphere

Virtzilla's OpenStack lands, along with new VSAN version and 'Instant Clones' VM tech to rival containers

Enough is enough: It's time to flush Flash back to where it came from – Hell

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