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Can your code survive crappy 2G? This open-source traffic controller will test it

Check to see if your app-server stack copes across poor nets

Imagination touts cheap Firefox OS MIPS slab to Chinese kitmakers

'Hey! Over here! No, not that one, that's ARM...'

Hilton member accounts info, trip dates open to plunder

Patch slung as CSRF alllowed automated attacks

What horrors lurk in the future: Networks without sysadmins

InterviewWe chat to Cisco's Alvaro Retana on routing, in and out of the data center

Metadata retention is no worse than STALKING: Turnbull

Government wants to be a private investigator, not the secret police

AT&T, Verizon and telco pals file lawsuit to KILL net neutrality FOREVER

So the big dogs' backlash begins

IBM in China: Big Blue sees red, hopes to grow Middle Kingdom's tech

Scaling the Great Wall

Adobe Flash fix FAIL exposes world's most popular sites

You had one job, Adobe, one job ...

Equinix looking for friends to fuel enterprise push

New Melbourne bit barn joins

Wind turbine blown away by control system vulnerability

Cross-site request forgery flaw takes the wind out of renewable energy

Xen shows off 35-piece cloudpocalypse collection

The latest fixing fashions for open-source hypervisors hit the catwalk

So, you know those exciting movie-style 3D visual cyber attack ops centres?

Yep, definitely not reality: The MoD is buying one

First figures in and it doesn't look good for new internet dot-words

Domain name industry holds breath as renewal cycle comes around

ROBOT INVASION has already STARTED in HIPSTERLAND

Telepresence 'bot market growing at more than 50 per cent a year

BlackHat talk hibernated over 0-day in SAP's Afaria mobile manager

UpdatedResearcher has form as a gent: he held back disclosure of medical records leak

EU creative collection agencies want YouTube et al to pay their wages

But no pan-Europe licensing or the Americans will take over

Treat us like the utilities we believe ourselves to be, say UK operators

You might even get more than 90 per cent coverage

Becoming Steve Jobs biography: ‘Much of it was chutzpah and self delusion’

Page FileNails the man, but leaves you nostalgic

Tachyon Nexus theorises on ultra fast storage

Not faster-than-light but way quicker than in-memory HDFS

Cyanogen finds $80m in collecting tin after busking session

Generous benefactors queue up to put cash down

Dell denies 'insecure autoupdate app' flings open PC backdoor

Gov software implant? Not us - never, says hardware giant

Quorum appoints rock guitarist to play CEO lead

Company hopes John Newsom will end game of exec musical chairs

That's a big 4Ker of a cosmos: 3D planetarium to open in Bristol

Hi-res dome will have hi-speed link to hi-ed uni down the road

Prez Obama cares about STEM so much he just threw $240m of other people's money at it

Thanks, Obama

Calyx Managed Services break-up begins. Just like we told you

Break-fix and carrier arms offloaded for £5.5m in cash

US watchdog seeks techies, interns to sink gums into Google et al

You asked for miracles, Theo, I give you the FBI: the FTC Bureau of Indecision

Microsoft's three-way only goes one way: Backends merge into Azure App Service

Come into our cloud, urges Redmond

Greedy web borg Facebook to SLURP news websites' golden nuggets

All your content are belong to us

Rubrik back-up killer emerges into daylight with $10m in funding

'Powerful time machine' rolled out of hangar with elite Silicon Valley money behind it

Caught on camera: ICANN CEO slams the internet's kingmakers

VidPanel probing IANA transition doesn't know what they're talking about, says Fadi

Hated biz smart meter rollout: UK.gov sticks chin out, shuts eyes

We're ignoring you. What do you think of this, peons?

Assange™ lawyers demand Swedish prosecution files or no London interview

Our client is happy to stew in his own juice some more

NCC bags security services outfit Accumuli for £55m

UK firm's 'business of three halves' may soon have four halves?

Ex-Google & Facebook bods are on a Quest for the Enterprise

Big Data compute meets Java culture with Metanautix

EMC grabs tutu, slips on ballet shoes, performs Tchaikovsky's SAN Lake

When you need to soak up petabytes of data, maybe you should splash out on this kit

SGI sales mushroom with Atomic Weapons Establishment deal

Atomic boffins line up Intel-powered supers for virtual nuke testing duties

El Reg reforms the Quid-A-Day Nosh Posse

Fancy tackling the Live Below the Line charity challenge?

Cleversafe attempts to infiltrate the storage laws of power

Cunning object storage doesn't RAID the electricity budget

Former Misco exec rocks up at Tech Data

Gary Withington made UK corporate and field sales director

Open-Xchange builds anti Oracle stack after server M&A splurge

DIY Skype maker chomps up mail and DNS duo

Tears of a cloud: Don’t be let down by backup and disaster recovery

A quick redundancy can be a good thing

Hey, Woz. You've got $150m. You're kicking back in Australia. What's on your mind? Killer AI

Super-clever computers will discard us puny mortals, apparently

Hawk like an Egyptian: Google is HOPPING MAD over fake SSL certs

UpdatedHow the world of certificate authorities is broken, part 94

Joyent's Triton ships Docker containers on cloudy bare metal

'Container native' infrastructure does away with VMs

Apple is picking off iOS antivirus apps one by one: Who'll be spared?

Some slain in the software store, some survive – but why?

Utah faints: Google Fiber to lay cable in thrilling Salt Lake City

Sales execs from AT&T, Comcast are already in the air

Make up your mind: Microsoft puts a bullet in Internet Explorer after all

Spartan to be default in Windows 10, IE11 to 'remain fundamentally unchanged'

This is what happens when a judge in New York orders an e-hit on a Chinese software biz

AnalysisUS injunction axes domains, social accounts, online payment

Metadata retention to cost AU$3.98 a year per customer

Australian attorney-general George Brandis says Budget will reveal gov contribution to data retention costs

Snowden dump details Canadian spies running false flag ops online

Not cool, eh

Melbourne fibre expert calls out 'fibre cost doubled' claim

Em. Prof. Tucker tells fibre conference NBN rollout cost was falling

Apple takes ACID-compliant NoSQL upstart FoundationDB

Cupertino won't say why, or for how much, or if the sun came up today

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