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It's 2015 and a RICH TEXT FILE or a HTTP request can own your Windows machine

Patch now before someone writes exploits for these bugs

Microsoft points at Skype, Lync: You two, in my office – right now

One of you needs to clear your desk

30 – count 'em – 30 orgs sign up for Cumulus on Dell networking kit

UPDATEIs this software-defined networking thing hot? Dell's given us a new number

Apple splats Safari flaw affecting a BEELLION iThings

FTP bug sends doc hunters on nasty detours

Yahoo! adopts! Ceph! to! underpin! Flickr!, plans! storage-as-a-service! service!

Purple Palace says it will have hundreds of software-defined petabytes by year's end

NASA to put the stars in your hands with coming-soon-now API portal

Bigger than Justin Bieber and infinitely more interesting

Verizon, NetFlix, KFC ad-men pay traffic cons $500k a month

Real time fleecing of instant ad buys is a thing, says researcher

Dwarf planet Ceres has TEN bright spots, astroboffins say

Worldlet is no dusty rock thanks to 'active' past producing varied geology

Don't collect bugs, invest in fly-spray says bug bounty operator

Money-munching mercenaries blitz bug bounty budgets

Talk is FINNISHed: Nokia to buy Alcatel Lucent for €15.6 billion

Finland to be HQ, Bell Labs brand to stay, €900m in savings flagged after share swap deal goes down

Veeam lobs backup bombs, with Cisco lighting the fuse

Free endpoint tool debuts, along with UCS-as-disk-backup appliance idea

Health apps and wearables make you nervous, not fit, say boffins

Humanity is wasting its time on monitoring life rather than living

EU bods Oetti and Ansip: We must digitise EVERYTHING

Gov, cars, manufacturing, cars, geo-blocking, cars, and cars

IWF took down over 31,000 child sexual abuse URLs in 2014

Watchdog hunts online networks

In some ways, dating apps are the anti-internet

Worstall on WednesdayAnd some of the developers need to understand this

Finally, Mozilla looks at moving away from 'insecure' HTTP. Maybe

HTTPS is the future, says security engineer, to the surprise of nobody

Avere cuddles Google, continues with Amazon. Label that under ‘It's complicated’

The Chocolate Factory adds substance to its cloud

Midland tech dynasty launches The Bank of Rigby

Rigby Capital – sister company to SCC and M2 – leaps into leasing sector

Speaking in Tech: Meet Apple, the global healthcare provider

PodcastMastering that wrist flick is all important

Troubleshooting feature on Cisco routers is open to data-slurp abuse

InfiltrateMad skillz + $10k = DIY NSA

EU says dominant Google ILLEGALLY FIDDLES search results

Disagree? Convince us then, says bold Commish Vestager

COME BACK – I never said we were quitting public cloud, says HP bigwig Bill Hilf

AnalysisJust what world is HP's Helion group in, anyway?

Just LOOK at this filthy Imation linen, screeches furious Clinton Group

Washing someone else's dirty laundry in public is always fun – for onlookers

Android lands on Microsoft's money-machine island fortress

NCR hurls Google's Linux at Windows XP walls

'We STRONGLY DISAGREE' that we done WRONG, says Google

Horse-trading between ad giant and Brussels begins

Internet kingmakers cry mercy over mad dash to fill global DNS throne

Meetings cancelled as volunteer experts burn out from conference calls

Google’s plan for WORLD DOMINATION takes shape. And it begins with a patent

Command and control of a robot army vital

Lib Dem manifesto: Spook slapdown, ban on teen-repelling Mosquitos

Election 2015Promises from Clegg? (oi, stop laughing)

Segway bought by former patent spat adversary Ninebot

Chinese firm uses Xiaomi backing to Gingerly move into American markets

Redshift is fastest growing AWS service ever, says Amazon

AWS SummitMore data than stars in the sky, claims starry-eyed CTO

WHAT did GOOGLE do SO WRONG to get a slapping from the EU?

AnalysisThe Chocolate Factory just wanted to make the world a Lovelier Place

HP flash splash at National Association of Broadcasters bash

OEMs Samsung tech, announces new flash-equipped workstations

Martinwolf: The state of the tech industry in Q1 2015

Roll up, roll up, get your exclusive market insights

Hey, you wanna help run the internet? This power restructure is for YOU

InfogasmHow to do you solve a problem like ICANN – in one easy diagram

Googley TENTACLES reach towards YOUR email

It's like the zombie nightmare future of spam just came to life

There's TOO MANY data-leaking healthcare firms, growls Symantec

Problems often related to ‘poorly patched devices’

DDN unveils filer boxes for all occasions at NAB 2015

Flies two new fancy filers for filer fetishists

Nuclear fusion simulator among boffinry tools picked for monster Summit supercomputer

As Uncle Sam builds another nuke test number-cruncher

Zend and Microsoft smoke out the real cloud devs' tools

Better insights with fewer disruptions, promises head honcho

Startups face logjam as the trickle towards the exit turns into flood

CommentIt's acquisition or IPO – but do it quickly, as the alternatives aren't pretty

Sticks and stones may break my DRONES – but I'm worth $10bn, laughs China's 'copter giant

DJI set to be most valuable biz in RC aerial gizmos

2550100 ... An Illuminati codeword or name of new alliance demanding faster Ethernet faster?

What do we want? 25GbitE. When do we want it? NOW

Nvidia's GTX 900 cards lock out open-source Linux devs yet again

Digitally signed firmware makes hardware acceleration with free software a no-go

NASA probe sent to faraway planet finds DWARF world instead: Pics

Three billion miles to Pluto – and forgot to hit autofocus

Oracle grunts, grimaces, pushes out 98-flaw security patch batch

Java, Fusion Middleware, Database and MySQL and more affected

What's Meg Whitman fussing over: The fate of HP ... or the font on a DISRUPTIVE new logo?

PicThrills! Spills! Rectangles! Thinking outside the box – no

'Arkansas cops tried to hack me with malware-ridden hard drive'

Extraordinary claims made by whistleblowers' lawyer after he asks for email archives

Cisco boss Chambers: It's our fault H-1B visa shakeup is struggling

Tech land needs to do more to distance itself from mass immigration debate, says CEO

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