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Telstra to let customers access their own metadata for AU$25

Do unto customers as you do unto law enforcement agencies is Telstra's new creed

FREAKing hell: ALL Windows versions vulnerable to SSL snoop

Relax! We've got a (server-knackering) workaround to sort things out, says Microsoft

Australia's digital technologies curriculum parked AGAIN

Coding in schools plan might be with us late this year … if it survives

Microsoft comes right out and says backup software is dead

When you run a cloud, everything looks like it's approaching boiling point

AMD LiquidVR toolkit takes the vomit out of virtual reality

This is the year of VR, or maybe a few years from now

US Senators hope to crack down on the trade of private information

Bill would allow Americans to edit and block collected data

Australia's new broadband satellites won't be all the help Willowra needs

Megabit birds for the bush aren't the only answer to our broadband quest

Adobe launches cashless bug bounty

If you had as many bugs as Adobe, would you offer cash?

I see what you've done, there, Tweet troops tackle tech twin

Twitter's got 140 characters but one of yours is wrong

Massive gravitational lens flare unveils EINSTEIN CROSS SUPERNOVA

VidHubble 'scope shock: Light gets bent, bigtime

Microsoft fluffs Azure cloud with search, data storage, faster compute

Cloud wars rage on as new offerings hit general availability

Tired of IoT hype? Internet of SLUGS and SPIDERS is the reality

Kiwi sewer systems shorted by slime shows we're building nice warm places for things to live

Shove off, ugly folk, says site for people who love themselves

Imagine it. The HORROR of meeting someone less than perfect on the internet

GoPro cameras' WiFi security is GoAmateur

Slurp sick sports selfies without getting off your skateboard

Boffins say Mars had ocean covering 20 per cent of planet

New theory suggests Red Planet was wet enough, long enough, for life to emerge

France fingered as source of Syria-spying Babar malware

Crack team of malware boffins think DGSE coded reconware

Datrium: Emerging from stealth any time soon

CommentData Domain, VMware descendant hires marketing bigwig

Mandarin Oriental coughs to credit card breach

Swanky hotel chain left with Michelin-starred egg on face

Top Euro court ends mega ebook VAT slash in France, Luxembourg

Too bad for Amazon, eh?

Violin Memory's strings snap as losses DOUBLE from last quarter

Red-splattered numbers reveal firm's nosediving into the do-do

Job cuts klaxon: SAP axes 2,200 staff, denies 'cost cutting' to blame

'We are in growth mode' giant maintains

Cutlasses rattle in Brussels as Black Spot copyright report argument heats up

Cap'n Reda blasted as Pirates fall out

EU court: phone makers not liable for users' copyright badness

Home taping is fine if it only kills music by a minimal amount

GSMA: Er, sorry about that MWC brothel ad with our logo

Persistent erection near airport embarrasses conference gros fromages

Analyse this! Gartner puts data warehouse leaders on the couch

Teradata, Oracle, IBM deliver Robert De Niro's lines

Fareit trojan pwns punters with devious DNS devilry

These are NOT the Flash updates you are looking for

'Why Digital?' Seriously? You plainly don't Get It enough. Or at all

¡Bong!Get on board the future train, grandad, it's about to achieve escape velocity

Can someone please standardise cloud standards?

Confused? No problem, we have 5, no 6, no 7... lots of standards

Netflix: Look folks, it's net neutrality... HA, fooled you

OTT video giant cheerily dons unicorn-slaying gloves

Nena-bothering stats tempt Ericsson into Cleversafe's arms

99.9999999 red cloud balloons go by

Google creeps up on another sector: Adds car insurance to Compare

I said nothing, because I'm not an insurance comparison site

All change at top of distie EntaTech as veep Atherton splits

22 years on the job enough for any man... tech vet Stevison gets call

Tech leaders: Can you predict the future? Tell us all about it

Reg EventsCrystal balls on Reg roundtable

Google wins fight to keep Adwords FBI drug sting docs secret

Special ReportFederal court gags Mississippi attorney general – for now

You know HOOQ? We don't either. But it's bringing the Asia Pacific OTT fight to Netflix

AnalysisU.S. network giant hasn't even ARRIVED yet

United Nations: For pity's sake don't use your iPhone in your car

Just 9 mobes from a year ago can be trusted, says ITU

Pentagon 'network intruder', dozens more cuffed in British cops' cyber 'strike week'

'Just the first step', chuckles fraudbust bigwig

What a hang-up: AT&T dumped from Dow index, Apple installed

Signs of the times as Cook and Co boot telco off share benchmark

Will NASA's Dawn spot ALIEN LIFE on asteroid belt dwarf world Ceres?

Vid + PicNo, but it's a science lab sent to tiny planet tucked between Mars and Jupiter

Mind-reading DNS security analysis offers early warning for APT attacks

Precog security tech looks to predict online typo terror

BILLION email address spam scam: Feds collar two blokes, hunt another

Servers hijacked in 'largest ever' US hack, claim prosecutors

What’s new in Office 2016 for Mac (and why it doesn't totally suck)

First lookPreview suite is a partial catch-up with Office on Windows

Bite my shiny metal Ask: Java for OS X crapware storm brewing

Thanks, Oracle, for another reason to ditch your software

In assault on American values, Lockheed blasts pickup with raygun

Engine block baked in seconds by laser blast

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