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$10,000 Ethernet cable promises BONKERS MP3 audio experience

Audiophile nonsense turned up to 11

Brit Linux distro CrunchBang calls it quits

Developer decides to move on to pastures new

Ericsson drags Xiaomi back to court in India

Accuses Chinese rival of ignoring order, Xiaomi blames grey marketers

Robot vacuum cleaner EATS WOMAN

The moral to this story: don't sleep on the same floor as your Roomba

Brit boffins want £50 million to launch exoplanet observatory

Twinkle, twinkle little satellite

Fraudsters make bank as exec wires $17 MEELLION to China

Three massive payments follow phishing scam

Watch it: It's watching you as you watch it (Your Samsung TV is)

Glass eye - quite so

Cisco adds Ethernet VXLAN BGP support to Nexus switches

Old dogs get new SDN overlay tricks

Linux 3.19 released for your computing pleasure

3.20 is next and 4.0 is nowhere in sight

SWINGBELLIES! Take heed! Drinking WINE is good for your LIVER

Splendid news for the rotund red-fancier

Netflix airs its developers' Dirty Laundry

Open source tool will show skid marks left on clean code to help bug-spotters

Cloudera doesn't want your money, honey, it wants your LOVE!

Eventual IPO 'won't be a fund-raising event' says co-founder

Dissidents and dealers rejoice! Droid app hides your stash in plain sight

Sure you can look at my phone, officer (all the encrypted data has been hidden)

Microsoft explains Windows as a SERVICE – but one version remains a distant dream

All users on the same version? Not in our lifetime, chum

Pure Storage bearhugs its latest flood of ex-EMC sales bods

CommentFirm embiggens itself Down Under

TalkTalk may begin making 'Three style' low-cost mobile moves

UK mobe biz is reshaping around quadplay

Microsoft: Even cheapo Lumias to get slimmed down Windows 10

New chapter for a sad story

Pimp my cluster: GPUs, liquid nitrogen and AAAAAH! ..that new compiler smell

HPC BlogVets, first timers face off at supercomputing compo

We'll ask GCHQ to DELETE records of 'MILLIONS' of people – Privacy International

'Illegal' spying tribunal ruling fallout

Don't count on antivirus software alone to keep your data safe

Buckle up with belt and braces

Crap mobile coverage costs UK biz £30m a week, reckons survey

CommentWorkers hunt for bars in the office

Lugging an HPC cluster to the plane as carry-on luggage? DON'T

HPC BlogYoung supercomputing boffins vie for cluster crown

This optical disc will keep your gumble safe for 2,000 YEARS

And you thought normal DVDs were posh. How little you know

Hitachi's storage revenues: Not brilliant, but high-end gear helped – analyst

AnalysisMid-range misery though

UK mobile networks LOSE to France and Germany on data speeds

Crowdsourced study doesn't agree with anyone else, though

What time do you call this, BT? Late, state-funded broadband rollout plods on

Ministry of Fun celebrates 80% network coverage. Whoop!

Storage infrastructure wakeup call

It’s not just data growth that’s a challenge

Alibaba splurges $590m on mobile-maker Meizu. Xiaomi the money?

Megacorp moves towards making own Android mobes

ARM grabs Dutch 'SSL of Things' biz Offspark

Mbeds TLS code in Cambridge chipset

Flogging kit and services to YOUR LIFE IS ABOUT TO CHANGE

No limit to lots a supplier can win... plus other 'significant' changes

UK air traffic mega cockup: BOTH server channels failed - report

'First time ever in server's history' says independent panel

Listen up, VMware admins: If the array won't support it, VVOL won't help you...

CommentThere are limits

BEHOLD the magnificent lunar backside in our MOON VIDEO

VidNASA proudly exhibits LRO montage

Official: Single people need to LOWER their EXPECTATIONS

Science agrees with Auntie Pat about that nice, awful chap/ette

Capita lands spot on mega £5bn NHS commissioning deal

'Scale of opportunity huge'... for Capita – analysts

IBM cuts down Amazon with cloudy 10-year ShopDirect deal

Retailer's development goes from misty to Blue

Boffin the boffin and his boffinry pals in double dwarf super-prang alert

PicsSupernova, huge bang, yes, yes. But have we reached Peak Boffin?

RIP SPDY, we hardly knew ye: Google to retire next-gen web protocol

HTTP/2 to take its place

Hacker hijack 'threat': Your car's security is Adobe Flash-grade BAD

Automakers are driving blind, snubbing encryption, slurping your personal info – senator

Boy, 16, cuffed after posting selfie with body of kid he allegedly killed

Shooting suspect fingered by Snapchat pic

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