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Riverbed retires RVBD from NASDAQ after private equity swoop

US$3.5 beellion takes WAN-furtler private

M2 drops on knee, offers scrip ring for iiNet's hand

Counter-offer to the TPG takeover

Celebrated Pakistani female online activist Sabeen Mahmud dies in shooting

Hackathon founder killed by passing motorcyclists in Karachi

Debian ships new 'Jessie' release with systemd AND sysvinit

That oughta keep the greybeards quiet for now

NINETY PER CENT of Java black hats migrate to footling Flash

RSA 2015Patch-or-die policy makes net scum move on to softer target

Microsoft adds Azure VM controls to Virtual Machine Manager

Update rollups now include fixes and little features Redmond reckons you'll like

Not so fast on FM switch-off: DAB not so hot say small broadcasters

This Norwegian blue isn't dead yet

Top Spanish minister shows citizens are thick as tortillas de ballenas

Quarter believe the sun orbits the earth

C++ Daddy Bjarne Stroustrup outlines directions for v17

Standards committee meeting next week should be scintillating

US hospitals to treat medical device malware with AC power probes

'WattsUpDoc' is a stethoscope that detects viruses in sealed-box medicomputers

Ruskie hackers nab unclassified Obama emails

Highly-sensitive networks considered secure.

HP in talks with unions ahead of the Big Split-Up

What's better than being a Fortune 50 company? Being two Fortune 50 companies

Have Oetti and Google kissed and made up?

Nope. He's just coat-tailing Project Fi to bash roaming charges

Welcome, stranger: Inside Microsoft's command line shell

A walk through the back office, from MS-DOS to PowerShell

Wikibon takes Fusion-io founder's FaME to logical conclusion

Stick it all in memory and nix your IO overheads

When THINGS attack! Defending data centres from IoT device-krieg

IoT makers aren't doing enough about security, so what should you do?

MIPS quietly bares its processor architecture to universities

Company hopes to use smart young brains to beat off ARM

The Apple Watch: Throbbing strap-on with a knurled knob

ReviewSatisfying wristjob - or premature confabulation?

Tesla Twitter account and website hijacked, Elon Musk pwned

Schizophrenic crims send Tesla claim calls to home of allegedly unconnected individual

Console makers game the EU Commission to avoid energy-use law

Toothless agreement's vague targets let game makers off the hook

Quid-A-Day Nosh Posse taunted with sausage sarnie snap

Provocative start to the Live Below the Line challenge

MASSIVE FAIL: Indian gov DOXXES net neutrality campaigners

Someone else then comes along and DoSes them

Eco-loons hack Thirty Meter Telescope website to help the 'natives'

Search for little green men finds them rather close to home

Zucking 'ell! Facebook at Work bloke unfriends Facebook AT WORK

Ex-Google Maps and, er, Wave chap quits Zuck empire

Acer: 'We will be the last man standing in the PC industry'

PicsAcer's Jason Chen will give you Win10 for free

'Use 1 capital' password prompts make them too predictable – study

Do exactly as they say and you risk getting pwned

Siri, is it true that you're totally in love with Apache Mesos?

Open-source cluster is behind iThingies' voice queries

eBay sides with Google in EU competition case? Only if you cherry-pick

Update'Where were you five years ago,' Chocolate Factory asks puffing latecomer

Microsoft is BEATING Amazon's cloud revenues. Er, how?

It can be done (with some creative beancounting)

We'll buy patents for cash, says Google – just don't feed the trolls

What could possibly go wrong? Trust us – Europe doesn't – but you can trust us

Comments considered harmful: WordPress web hijack bug revealed

Patch NOW after researcher drops zero-day on popular blog software

REVEALED: The 19 firms whose complaints form EU's antitrust case against Google

It's not ONLY Microsoft

Today, the US govt must explain why its rules on shutting down whole cell networks are a secret

Mass kill-switch policy under the microscope

ESPN sues Verizon: People picking their own TV channels? NOOoo!

Plan for a la carte bundle not a hit with sports network

TWO-FACED Facebook: Vid calls slapped into blabber app

Talking to people over the internet, it's like, well, it's like, what's its name...

Microsoft's cash-leaking Nokia phones rip off patents, face import ban

ITC judge rules in favor of angry troll tech biz

MONSTROUS iPhone sales are CANNIBALIZING iPads, gabbles Apple CEO

Vicious mobes eat their embiggened young

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