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ALIEN LIFE drenched in HOT FLUID on Jupiter's Ganymede – is that so?

Hubble riddle: What's lurking inside mega-moon's hidden ocean?

NBN Co says 'ante-up' to fibre applicants

Technology Choice policy stings users who request upgrade quotes

Microsoft hints at faster release cadence for Windows 10 previews

Builds are coming, really

Bulgaria nixes 'metadata' law, Paraguay delays

Another one bites the dust …

This ISN'T Net Neutrality. This is Net Google. This is Net Netflix – the FCC's new masters

Part twoIn our must-read analysis, how power shifted

Want to check out iOS 8.3? Apple just might let you (but make a backup)

Cupertino giant begins public beta program

NSW premier pitches 'digital licence' as election stunt

Cops to demand your phone, what could possibly go wrong?

Alibaba hopes to roll net-connected car out of the cave

SAIC Motor j/v to smarten China's cars

Ericsson unplugs 2,200 more staff

Sweden R&D hit hardest

After months of teasing, VMware finally allows us all the joy of six

vSphere the sixth becomes generally available and it looks like plenty of you will install it

Cisco FREAKs out, starts epic OpenSSL bug-splat

Happy weekend, network admins

IDC downgrades sales outlook for PCs AND tablets

Windows 10 won't give either market much of a boost

One's speedy, one's a fat boy: WD and Toshiba spin out new HDDs

Take your pick between the AL13 and the Re+

Security vendor's blog post pinched to make HMRC phish look legit

TrustWave fights off attack of the poison .PNG from the past

On-prem storage peeps. Come here. It's time for real talk. About Google

CommentWobbly web giant uses Veritas as another onramp

Google tells world where Apps users live after WHOIS SNAFU

Registration bug saw WHOIS privacy switch flicked to OFF after domain renewals

Universal Credit could take 10 YEARS to finish, says Labour MP

DWP mouths 'on time and on budget' line

Angry Austrian could turn Europe against the US - thanks to data

NSA alleges drag Facebook privacy practices into court

Droidberry dangles: Why the BlackBerry-Samsung alliance is big potatoes

AnalysisBehold the mighty stealth platform

'Get your privacy policy down to one page': AVG CEO throws glove down

InterviewScammy download sites? Government snooping? Run of the mill for Gary Kovacs

I BEG YOU, mighty Jobs, TAKE MY LIVER, Cook told Apple's dying co-founder

Cupertino chief even offered to SLICE UP his organ

OpenDNS snags network monitoring service BGPmon

Don’t go messing with my net traffic flows

Barracuda CEO snaps up post on Nimble board

At first glance it's logical, but something's odd here

Microsoft RE-BORKS Windows 7 patch after reboot loop horror

Twice-issued fix still giving world+dog massive headache

IBM staffers climb over each other in race for redundancy payout

Form an orderly queue please, Systems Middleware folk

Court nixes four HP patents in ServiceNow infringement case

Half of contested IP tossed out of the window

Attack of the Digital People: The BBC goes fully Bong

CommentCan't be long now until we get Strictly Come Dogging

VMware activates AirWatch MDM fail removal plan

ExclusiveThe good, the bad and the update

Swedish prosecutors finally agree to London interview for Assange™

Lawyer: He's up for that but why the fresh DNA swab?

Pre-split HP flops out plan to keep its sales pecker up

Partner Navigator gives channel gros fromages funded troubleshooters

Hurry shipmates - the black hats have hacked our fire control system

Infosec younglings stave off cyber-assault on WWII cruiser

Siri, you're fired: Microsoft Cortana's elbows into iOS, Android

Good luck with that one, guys

Ofcom: We're going to shake up the digi comms market

Long term review promises infra and competition reforms

This isn't the one-stop EU data protection you're looking for

A twisting, tangled solution for a pretty simple problem

Thanks a lot, Google, for snatching .dev for yourself. It's not like the rest of us wanted it

CommentOh well, back to .io

Telly chef Jamie Oliver in embarrassing infection double shocker

Celeb cockney cook stung by half-baked security

Let's talk about the (real) price of flash and spinning disks

CommentThe winners and losers in a battle between NAND and revolving rust

Want that awesome new Apple TrackPad? Don't get a MacBook Pro

Don't try to repair it either, unless you want a gluey mess

Studying humans for science? Wrap your eyeballs around our fine print, says Apple

If you want to do research on fanbois, you'd better ask first

Disney CEO: Dead Steve Jobs choc-blocked me!

Iger says Apple biz tyrant talked him out of Google board spot

Well.That.Sucks: New rude dot-word sparks outrage

Martin Luther King meets Ralph Nader meets annoyed trademark holders

Cyanogen said to be hoovering up cash, but NOT from Microsoft

Redmond reportedly sitting out firmware firm's $110m funding round

Gamers! Ransomware will scramble your save files unless you cough up $1,000

Actually, it's about ethics in data kidnapping

Judge OKs HP's cash-free settlement plan in Autonomy investor suit

'Governance changes' but no money damages

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