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Cisco wraps Hadoop in warm embrace of resale partnership

Borg swallows a little bit of elephant

Storm in a K-Cup: My SHAME over the eco-monster I created, says coffee pod inventor

John Sylvan speaks out on Keurig tech

Apple: We could expose our WHOPPING 12 INCH iPad - but it's not real

Thing that doesn't exist will continue not existing, says firm

Boffins find Earth's earliest Homo in Ethiopian hilltop

Mouthy ancestor sets human history back 400,000 years

Frontier promises it won't 'dumb down' Elite: Dangerous for Xbox

'Powerplay' mods coming soon, VR support already there

Australia threatens to pull buckets of astronomy funding

Government ties research cash to wider reform agenda

.hotels. .hoteis ... not a typo but a window into ICANN's baffling world

AnalysisDNS overlord wins independent review over dot-word, flags flawed system

Huawei to build 5G patent book

MWC 2015100 billion royalty payments can't be wrong

IBM's secret growth plan is … Karaoke?

♫ I guess that's why they call it Big Blue ♫

'Domain shadowing' hijacks registrar accounts to spawn attack sites

Industrialised hack site creation exploit on the rise

'Hi, I'm from Microsoft and I am GOING TO KILL YOU'

Tech support scammer says hit squads roaming Canada, eliminating holdouts

Choc Factory splatters 51 bugs, Mozilla bumps cert checker

Bad certs now killed faster

UK spaceport, phase two: Now where do we PUT the bleeding thing?

Must-haves: aerodrome, few people... Bonus: coastline

EU annoys industry and activists with net neutrality proposal

GSMA, MEP and others queue up to give it a kicking

Euro ministers ditch plan to ban roaming charges

National ministers do U-turn

Broadband routers: SOHOpeless and vendors don't care

FeatureBasic net access device in millions of homes is an insult to IT

Cisco, MapR first to top Big Data TPC benchmark tree

Although there's no actual tree yet. Or even a shrub

How many Androids does it take to change a light bulb?

Breaking FadOne. But it has to be the right kind of Android. And the right kind of bulb

CloudExpo makes me thirsty. Barman, a pint of storagebeer for my friend

StoragebodExCel needs beer break

Symantec: Corporate divorce starts on April Fool's Day

Unhappy bedfellows split sales team from next month

Another day, another load of benchmarketing, this time from HDS

StoragebodEnough of this meaningless tosh

Super SSD tech: Fancy a bonkers 8TB all-flash PC?

Novachips has the chops

‪Obama criticises China's mandatory backdoor tech import rules

It’s our way or the highway, says the Asian giant

Upper house of Parliament joins the drone debate

Droning on and on ... just like their Lordships usually do

Why Wi-Fi won't solve mobile telcos' data dilemma

You know what ... you should buy our kit, suggests Bluwan

The Hausman interview: CloudPhysics' analytics strategy revealed

Harmsel biz blog‘Serendipity of potential timing’ is always handy

PATCH FREAK NOW: Cloud providers faulted for slow response

Pitting 90s technology against modern hackers is ‘no contest’

Virtual reality WHIPLASH CHAIR in shutdown scare

MWC 2015Organisers ban any errant electric sitting

Revealed: Facebook Boss Zuckerberg's One Weird Trick When Hiring

Employers hate him (almost as much as you hate this headline)

Danwood CEO: No more M&A disco watching for us

Steve Francis wants to get down now his bottom line is up

Sales up at NSA SIM hack scandal biz Gemalto

Dutch biz points to 'challenges' experienced last year

IBM System x biz sales: The numbers are out... and they're not pretty

HP and Dell reaped the benefit

World’s oldest IT dining society breaks into the House of Lords

PromoAnd Reg readers are invited... for a price

Office for Mac 2016 Preview: This letter will self-destruct in 60 days

Full build due after June

Intel slaps Iris Pro GPUs into Core i7 silicon to woo desktop gamers

Bundles Raptr, continues love affair with Microsoft

Canadian bloke refuses to hand over phone password, gets cuffed

What the Canuck?

VMware sued, accused of ripping off Linux kernel source code

SCSI dev claims virty giant has 'no intention' of honoring terms of the GPL

Bad news: Robo-cars will make you work billions more hours. Good news: In 2040

And what about the job losses?

Turnbull says no need to future-proof NBN

And yet the Intergenerational Report calls for us to leave a better future for our kids

Red Hat seeks cloud critical mass with Atomic Host

RHEL's container-friendly cousin hits general availability

US watchdog: Anthem snubbed our security audits before and after enormous hack attack

Hackers probe where federal officials were forbidden

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