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Wall Street tips fedora to Red Hat: Sales up, profit flat, everybody dance

sudo ./buy_back_shares $500m

Diablo escapes from patent hell, condemns Netlist to legal purgatory

Court takes DIMM view of flash-as-RAM patent infringement claim

Facebook hopes devs will 'Like' how mobile SDKs, Graph API have scrubbed up

F8 2015First major rev in two years improves logins, sharing

When will ROBOTS start chatting on WhatsApp? Don't hold your breath, says co-founder

F8 2015Gab service has 'no plans' for developer APIs

Big barrier to 5G cracked by full-duplex chippery

It's hard to send and receive radio in a small space, but boffins reckon they've cracked it

Chrome trumps all comers in reported vulnerabilities

Beats Solaris, flattens Gentoo

Cisco patches IOS to stop automation exploitation

What could possibly go wrong with self-managing routers? DoS attacks, for starters

Chipzilla spawns 60-core, six-teraflop Xeon Phi MONSTER CHIP

Every number for every feature is BIG and SCARY in Intel's new HPC HELLSPAWN

NASA: We're gonna rip up an ASTEROID and make it ORBIT the MOON

Asteroid Redirection Mission plans to use microgravity to deflect flying rocks

Samsung forgets fingerprints, focuses its eye on YOURS

Iris-scanning tech coming to Galaxy gear starting with special Tab Pro

'Virtual nose' makes VR less dizzying, say boffins

Your nose is going to be three foot wide across your face by the time I'm finished with you

When cash is King, mobile money means economic freedom

Kenya's M-PESA mobile payment service is beating bitcoin

A Quid A Day for NOSH? Luxury!

WiFMaybe there are no free lunches – but sometimes there's free Worstall*

Google throws a 180 on its plans for Dart language

Would-be JavaScript replacement will now compile into JavaScript

Hacker builds cheatbot for hit app Trivia Crack

Method used to sniff spoilers could also be used for non-trivial attack on your mobe

Wannabe a nano-bot-manufacturing giant? Better cozy up to Apple

Cupertino goliath plays kingmaker in the MEMS market

I helped find an XSS hole and all I got was this lousy t-shirt

Hacker reports flaw that saw credit cards exposed, web bazaar fixes it

Get off Facebook if you value your privacy, EU commish tells court

Irish data protection shenanigans pop up again

BT slams ‘ludicrous’ Openreach report as Vodafone smirks

This is all just ‘to attract headlines’. Job done then

Force your hand: Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display

ReviewIf you’ve ever wanted to give Apple the finger…

SNIA examines standardised access to object-based disk drives

Agreement on protocol is the key

How a hack on Prince Philip's Prestel account led to UK computer law

Thatcher, Buckingham Palace & BT left red-faced by historic techno romp

NetApp veep: 'We've shifted 750,000 all-flash arrays'. Er, really?

UPDATED InterviewFirm sees seamless FAS integration for FlashRay

Silent server monitoring: A neat little cure that doesn't kill the patient

Log analytics has come a long, long way

Part of CAP IT system may be scrapped after digital fail – MPs

Get claims right, or face pitchfork-wielding EU mob

Does your broadband feel faster? Akamai says it went up 20 per cent*

* On average, globally

How tech bosses manage their teams for fun and profit

CIO Manifesto'Whenever I hear the word culture I reach for my org chart...'

Watch out Wizard, Bezos wants the Emerald City for himself

Amazon Settling in Seattle

Hedvig all set to Google-ise that enterprise storage

You want configurable virtual pools of distributed silos. Who doesn't?

NetApp channel: Can the new UK boss stop the rot?

Resellers talk of battle over services with flatlining storage biz

Ex-Insight director Griffiths moves to CMS Distribution

Industry vet handed control of software division

Google promises Pointer Events support, with or without Apple

Chocolate Factory decides lack of support in Safari isn't a big deal after all

Dutch Transport Inspectorate raid Uber's Amsterdam office

We told you, guys. Enough with the uberPOP already

SCC: the hosted voice market? Yep, we've got plans for that

Fresh from Fluidata investment, CEO Rigby outlines next priorities

PayPal settles over WMD sanction-breaking transaction claims

Company pays $7.6m for money moves by people on OFAC's naughty step

50 BILLION devices: The future that Juniper Networks wants to tap

Someone's kit needs to handle all that traffic

Facebook sued: Data center designs 'nicked' for Open Compute

Brit biz BladeRoom wants damages and its legal bill paid off

Light the lanterns people, Acer made a profit in 2014

Finally, an end to the three years of consecutive losses

Amazon cloud threatens to SMASH the fundamental laws of PHYSICS

Infinite capacity in a finite universe? Challenge accepted, says Bezos

Hey, Microsoft, we can call Windows 10 apps anything we like – you're NOT OUR REAL MOM

DiagasmBanned by Redmond: Universal, Metro

I see you have the gTLD that goes .ping!

$1.9m spent in latest internet domain auctions

Win some, lose some: Motorola 1, patent troll 1

Jury backs Intellectual Ventures on one of two infringement claims against Moto's phones

Want a full-blown IDE for Node.js? You'll need a Windows machine...

New tools for Visual Studio tackle server-side JavaScript

Silicon Valley powers: Let mass spying die in May 2015 – it's bad for privacy (and business)

Citizens' personal information is all OURS, say tech giants

This just in from our Chief SATA Officer: Tintri trio takes off to mystery startup

Read this, and you're our Chief Article Participation Officer

By Odin, Parallels thinks cloud service providers should buy Odin

Virty vendor's automation biz ascends to Valhalla

Bye bye, booth babes. IT security catwalk RSA nixes sexy outfits

Wouldn't wear it in the CEO's office? Don't wear it on the show floor

Metadata laws pass so it's time to STOP READING LISTICLES

Attorney-general George Brandis is fibbing about the impact of his pet law

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