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Most top corporates still Heartbleeding over the internet

Australia crowned global head-in-sand champion

Samsung grows 'custom ARM' brains to outsmart arch-nemesis Apple

Translation: More bad news for Qualcomm

ONOS to SDN world: here's our numbers, show us yours

Blackbird release touts new performance metrics

Cisco pitches security for SMEs

ASA plus FirePOWER for the rest of us

Trustwave's off to Singapore as Singtel slurps security company

Services arm of island-state's dominant telco gets an in to North America and Europe

Carrier club's copyright code off to ACMA

'Three strikes' one step from reality

Google open-sources Santa Claus

Chocolate Factory releases festive code for developers, be they naughty or nice

What you think is big data isn't what the bloke next to you thinks is big

Enter NIST with a standards process to define bigness and assist interoperability

Idiot thieves walk free after stolen iPad uploads pics of them with loot

VidFancy a laugh? We've got footage of the gurning chumps

FBI to WordPress users: patch now before ISIL defaces you

It's good advice - another holey plug-in's just been popped

Google Ads go NUCLEAR, foist exploit kit

Choc Factory puts boot into hacked ads

Stop climate change by drinking Coca-Cola says Oz government

Just take the CO2 from power stations and bottle it for the cool, clean taste of salvation

Google, Microsoft and Apple explain their tax tricks in Australia

We like tax, except when it makes us uncompetitive says Google

A MILLION Chrome users' data was sent to ONE dodgy IP address

Chocolate Factory stays silent as infosec bods reveal badness

Bonking with Apple is no fun 'cos it's too hard to pay, say punters

Strong start but service is losing its lucre lustre

The Perez Peregrination: Invicta and the move to Dell

CommentIt can’t offer him stock options, so why jump ship?

EU Commish mulls new bloc-wide rule on web content takedowns

National laws? No no no, our unelected rulers need to dictate this one

The Internet of Stuff is a gigantic ultra-perv robbery network – study

Entire IoT project is terrifying vision of digi-crims' paradise

Steely wonder? It's blind to 4G and needs armour: Samsung Galaxy S6

ReviewIt's lovely really, even if you're bothered by the niggles

Dell System Detect update vulnerability exposed

Cool down, the issue has been ‘remediated’ says PC biz

Google-Twitter hookup rumours pushes up babble blog site's shares

+CommentOn the edge of another blabbergasm? Really?

Non-American nerds jam immigration pleading for right to live in the US

H-1B annual quota smashed in seven days – now hopefuls will go through lottery process

FCC taps CenturyLink on shoulder, mumbles about a fine for THAT six-hour 911 outage

Telco to pay out eight days of profit after network goes titsup

HGST's Active Archive System and the 'currency of the new economy'

Need for speed now entails a dash for cash

We're hyperconverged too, says Riverbed as it issues SteelFusion 4

ESXi injection brings bare metal excitement to branch offices

Bored with Blighty? Relocation lessons for the data centre jetset

Green expertise, language barriers and constant cooling issues

Apple swears that NO FANBOI will queue for its new gumble

That's right, take your Hello Kitty backpacks and shove off

Embarcadero’s cross-platform XE8 RAD Studio targets iOS 8, IoT

Delphi lives, but full Windows 10 support looks doubtful

Instead of public sector non-jobbery, Martha, how about creating real entrepreneurs?

Worstall on WednesdayBeware the do-gooders

The VMware, Nutanix mud wrestle is hilarious, but which one is crying with fear on the inside?

Sysadmin blogHint: It's VMware

This will crack you up: US drug squad's phone call megaslurp dates back to 1990s

NSA? 9/11? FISA? All very late to the DEA data party

Iridium sat comms module comp goes completely TITSUP

CompetitionSmutronym tomfoolery in bid for RockBLOCK kit

Ex-HP PC and print gros fromage Cador rocks up at Lenovo

Well, if you can't beat 'em....

Pinterest, Yammer scramble to patch login thievery headaches

'Everything's fine, we've already fixed it,' claim compromised networks

Bell Canada pulls U-turn on super-invasive web-stalking operation

Privacy commissioner: You WILL let your customers opt out

X-IO X-CFO X-Forwarded-For more time with her family

New chief abacus-wrangler already found for storage biz

Speaking in Tech: Pure Storage IPO? 'Maybe our firewall's blocking that'

PodcastNothing makes a denial better than Mexican dancing music

Marvell: We don't want to pay this $1.5bn patent bill because, cripes, it's way too much

Chip bods warn 50¢ royalty will have 'sweeping consequences'

Cloudy McCloud Cloud HP just said public cloud 'makes no sense for us'

Exec admits it's no Amazon, Google, or Microsoft

Using Office 365 at work? It's dangerous to go alone! Take this...

Microsoft touts new weapon to fend off Exchange email exploiters

In the time it takes you to watch The Hangover, AT&T will pay a $25m fine for privacy scandal

How much are your personal records worth? About $89

Microsoft goes cloud KERR-AZY, chops Windows Server to bits

UpdatedHacked-down Nano Server goes great with Hyper-V containers, says Redmond

Netflix fail proves copper NBN leaves Australia utterly 4Ked

The rest of the world is accelerating, while we hesitate and are lost

Drill, baby, drill: HIDDEN glaciers ON MARS hold 150bn cubic metres of precious frozen WATER

PicAlien world has enough of the stuff for explorers to exploit

Screw YOU, Apple – Netflix teases world+dog with its own 'coming soon' SMARTWATCH

VideoIt's literally all in the wrist

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