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23rd > March > 2015 Archive shovels £15m into training new quantum engineers

Boffins: Mmm, generally a good idea

Want to hide your metadata? You probably can't

How not to hide from George Brandis' new surveillance laws

Apple boots Windows 7 out of Boot Camp

New Macs fall foul of Cupertino's Drill Sergeant

NZ used XKEYSCORE to spy on World Trade Org election emails

Kiwis used NSA email tool to figure out voting patterns for its candidate

Juniper, Mirantis get cloud-cozy

Contrail integration adds networking options

Boffins twist light to carry 2.05 bits in one photon

2.05? You read it right: this is a new quantum crypto booster

PoSeidon, brother of Zeus, forks up point of sale terminals

When malware trident strikes, credit card companies shake

Layla enjoys a Sanskrit makeover: Clapton set to become one of several Gods

लीले, साष्टाङ्गं प्रणमामि, croons Indian muso

ARM plans to win 20 per cent of the server market by the year 2020

More than 48 core ARMv8 chips to unlock the data centre door

CREEPS rejoice: Small biz Cisco phones open to eavesdrop 0-day

Open phones may crop up on Shodan

Mature mainframe madness prints Mandlebrot fractal in TWELVE MINUTES

Welcome back to *kah-zzeeep* the old printer age

Swedish city demands £40,000 to repair teenage hacking spree

Boy claims he wanted to reveal security flaws. Don't overdo it, eh?

Ten things you always wanted to know about IP Voice

A non-techie's guide

Millions of voters are missing: It’s another #GovtDigiShambles

Mad Frankie Maude has a go at doing democracy. You can guess what happens next

Backing up cloud applications is never easy but Asigra gets it done

ReviewTrust an old pro

Distribution of cream among EMC executive fat cats revealed

Tucci is peachy, Goulden is golden and so forth

Taylor Swift snaps up EVEN MORE pr0n domain names

ICANN quietly lets slebs and big biz snap up new gTLDs

BIG DATA wizards: LEARN from CERN, not the F500

Silos are for mudbloods

Complaints against ISPs and mobe firms are up by a fifth — reports

Poor old lumbering BT Broadband still struggling

IS 'hackers' urge US-based jihadis: 'Wipe yourselves out trying to kill 0.00005 of US forces'

Boneheaded plan from unskilled doxxers

Standard General bids to save RadioShack from oblivion

Bloodthirsty creditors: Let's just break her on the rocks

Storm gathers around CDN Cloudflare after doxxing allegations, Pirate Bay deal

Copyright complainant alleges personal details handed on

Discreet fighting man: Battlefield Hardline

Game TheoryWoop woop, SSSSHHHH! It's the sometimes-stealthy sound of the police

Scientists splice mammoth genes into unsuspecting elephant

Welcome ... to Pliocene Park

Review: McAfee Endpoint Protection for SMB

Does it prevent oogly booglies from getting on my system? Yes? Good!

Reseller SCC buys a slice of Fluidata

Make way, we’re heading for the infrastructure space

Couchbase unhitches NoSQL: Multi-Dimensional Scaling is almost here

Server 4.0 in the second half of this year

Fujitsu's cloud settles over latest Singapore data centre

Equinix-hosted facility occupies zone completely free of floods and earthquakes since 1978

Google Glass NOT DEAD. We're just making it 'ready' says chief

Eric Schmidt says weird technospecs were never dumped

US states vow to fight Google after the FTC meekly rolls over

We only want to ask you a few questions

Nutanix 'working on a homebrew hypervisor', sources tell El Reg

Hyperconverged hyper-hipsters hatching ... we're not entirely sure, actually

Microsoft gets data centres powered up for big UPS turn-off

Keep your site up when the inevitable blackout comes, even if no-one can see it

Got a killer Microsoft or Oracle cloud deal? Start sweating

AnalysisBig boys snare the unwary with too-good-to-be-true deals

Drug drone not high enough: Brit lags' copter snared on prison wire

Entangled techno-mule was supposed to drop gear and phone for locked-up crims

WinPhone? PAH! If you want Microsoft's mobe apps, grab an Android

Samsung & 11 hardware partners to bundle OneNote, OneDrive, Skype, Office

Twitch stitch-up: Gaming vid streamers in data breach hack alert

Amazon-owned upstart cuts account links to Twitter & YouTube

Premera healthcare: US govt security audit gave hacked biz thumbs up

HIPAA not much use here, one way or another, it appears

Windows 10 apps to rule them all – phones, slabs and PCs: Microsoft pulls out 'universal' tool

Don't expect to run them on phones yet, though

HUGE Aussie asteroid impact sent TREMORS towards the EARTH'S CORE

Space rock smash felt 20,000 metres underground

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