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Russian censor warns against meme 'misuse'

Taking Putin's piss could result in a take-down order

Microsoft, Fujitsu team in Internet of Lettuce effort

Pair plan salad days for leafy vegetable growers

Citrix reveals direction for cloudified XenApp, XenDesktop

Promises to pipe workloads from anywhere into anything

Bulgarian Bill Gates blagger busted, banged up, again: report

Philippine cops arrest man using Microsoft mogul's fake cards at local ATM

Google tips LTE patents into mostly-public pool

Mountain View offers a fair square of 4G chocolate to the standard

NSA: 'Back doors are a bad idea, give us a FRONT door key'

Spooks in still-don't-like-encryption shock

Rand Paul puts Hillary Clinton's hard drive on sale

The real scandal? Who in their right mind used an IDE drive in 2009?

Credit card factories given new secure manufacturing rules

Reinforce that safe, make fire doors one-way, and don't give your courier the keys

National Grid's new designer pylon is 'too white and boring' – Pylon Appreciation Society

More an event than a means of power transport

USA is home to largest number of data perves, study finds

When it comes to sniffing stolen creds on Tor, they gaufre it in Belgium but the UK lags

Imation shareholders facing proxy FUD-flinging war at AGM

Activist investor and board set to throw brown smelly stuff at each other

Legal biz Irwin Mitchell outsources majority of IT to Esteem

Staff TUPE across to new employer ... but not all of them

Motorola's 5-incher finds the G-spot: Moto G 4G budget Android smartie

ReviewDoes it all and does it respectably, unless you want a fat camera

Spanish election site in security cert warning screwup snafu

UpdatedSay hola! to hopeless holey homepage hell

Learn yourself hireable: Top tips for improving your tech appeal

No time? No budget? No problem – get yourself skilled up

Lib Dems wheel out Digital Rights Bill pledge as election sweetener

Election 2015We've been talking about this for years, honest, sez Cambs candidate

'Chinese hackers' were sniffing SE Asian drawers for YEARS

Nefarious, gov-sponsored, secret-grabbing life begins APT 30

Pre-order consumergasm will leave Apple Watches out of stock for months

Apple Watch production bought up for months ahead

Activist investor Jana Partners calls for Qualcomm break-up

Chipzilla should hive off profitable patent biz, says chippy stakeholder

'Granola-eating tree hugger' takes plunge, becomes IoT upstart

Doing my own 'tingSweating the small stuff, again and again

Symantec may flog off Veritas – but where's the CEO hunt at?

PE sale instead of float on the cards

Fraudsters target Nazi Android malware at Russian bank customers

Accomplices cuffed in fascist mobile zombie menace swoop

Tintri gets all touchy-feely with latest OS update

Drag-and-drop QoS simplicity makes latency management a doddle

HOT HOVERSHIP-ON-HOVERSHIP ACTION: SpaceX ready for barge boing

Primary task of ISS resupply almost dull in comparison

Labour manifesto: Tech Bacc, not-spot zapping and hi-speed interwebs

Election 2015First major party releases list of pre-election promises

Korean telco LG Uplus launches first ever 4G voice roaming service

CommentHigh-speed mobes hampered by lo-speed industry

HGST says its NVMe flash card will manage 750,000 IOPS

Three quarters of a million, random read. Speedy? You bet

Self preservation is AWS security's biggest worry, says gros fromage

Thoughts of exposed customers give Bill Murray sleepness nights

Backdoor bot brains snatched after cops, white hats raid servers

Password-stealing, malware-spreading Simda nasty found on 770,000 PCs

Grandmaster FLUSH: Chess champ booted for allegedly cheating with iPod app in the loo

Trips to the bogs spark suspicions during contest

Sinister lobby group (AT&T, Verizon among membership) sues FCC to kill net neut

More sinister than Google, though? You decide

Seriously, stop claiming your two-buck photo app can detect cancer

FTC settles out of court with melanoma-spotting software

Welcome to the FUTURE: Maine cops pay Bitcoin ransom to end office hostage drama

Don't run bad stuff from the internet, people

HOVER ROCKET space station podule mission LIGHTNING HOLD DRAMA

Stop the clock - no seriously, stop the clock! boffins yell

NO, Joe Hockey, a 'Netflix tax' wouldn't raise 'billions'

Teaching the treasurer to count to 'one'

Cloud DNS, VPN, HTTPS load balancing ... Google looks at rivals, thinks: Yeah, we'll do all that

Someone's been busy in the Chocolate Factory

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