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Samsung debuts Artik, its new software n' chips for the Internet of Stuff

IoT World 2015Three models aimed at powering the guts of robots, drones, and devices

Amazon, eBay and Oracle in dirty power SHAME

Time to green it up, tech titans, says Greenpeace

Epson joins Microsoft in underwhelming 3D glasses

IoT World 2015Printer manufacturer looks at the industrial niche

Trans Pacific Partnership 'fast-track' bill dumped

Senate Democrats back Obama – off a cliff

Australian government sun to set on NBN funding

BUDGET 2015We'll have our multi technology fully mixed by then

Comcast joins the OpenDaylight software-defined networking party

900-pound silverback seeks share accommodation with like-minded heavyweights

Citrix reveals its Workspace Cloud ADaaS play

That's application delivery as-a-service in case you don't know your aas from your elbow

Samsung offers $90,000 if you can fix California's epic drought with tech

IoT World 2015But there's a catch: you have to use Samsung's Artik kit to win

What the BLEEP? BitTorrent's secure messaging app arrives

New 'whisper' mode deletes messages while u wait

Jamie Oliver's ministry of malware served slops AGAIN

Chef cooks up evil code for the third time this year

BONKERS apocalyptic WAR WAGONS circle Vulture South

Mad Max Fury Road vehicles park down the road from our antipodean outpost

Rare monkeys stolen from French zoo – now even rarer

Possibly cheese-eating, involuntarily surrendered monkeys now Billy No Primates

Big Switch adds NSX-v support to fabric controller

Getting NSX talking to the PHY layer

Japanese astro-boffins race to recover pulsar-spotting balloon basket

It's raining science balloons in the Australian outback

Oracle proposes to deliver Java 9 SDK on September 22nd, 2016

It's a Thursday afternoon, in case you were wondering

RAF radar station crew begs public for cash to buy gaming LAN kit

UpdateProtecting UK skies and can't even play Quake III, bless 'em

Attack of the possibly-Nazi clone parakeet invaders

Feathered global plague ALL come from one remote jungle area in South America

Why Joe Hockey's Oz tax proposals only get five out of 10

Worstall on WednesdayHe wants to export taxation to China, as well as production

UK safety app keeping lorries on the right side of cyclists

Pedallers safer in a left-hand-turn-free world

More oompa loompas needed to push Google's EU agenda

Social networkers also required to do battle in Brussels


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HP channel old-timer Matthews finally leaves the building

Decides to 'explore new opportunities outside of HP' says company

Tesco tries to talk Tesco Mobile up from 'Value' to 'Finest' ahead of sale

AnalysisEmbattled grocer's network needs one of those yellow 'reduced' stickers

WikiLeaks, er, leaks the Bundestag Inquiry into NSA naughtiness

Includes a German spook explaining how to siphon data from fibre-optic cables

Foxconn joins the Cyanogen investment party

Chinese iPhone manufactory hedges OS bets with poorly concealed $30m buy-in

Speaking in Tech: The post-SSD world – we’re talking about memories

PodcastNetflix is the hammer and every data centre is a nail

Infosec bods demo GPU keylogger. Don't tell the NS... oh, wait

Threat relies on in-transit interception of hardware

Quarterly losses double at Hadoop hawker Hortonworks

Although revenues and customer base figures both grew

$19 billion made from dumped e-waste every year, says UN

Increased regulation seems to make the problem worse

BARMY bio-boffins are growing DINOSAUR SNOUTS on CHICKENS

DNA-fiddling madmen reverse engineer innocent emus

Sun shines on Datatec despite Logicalis' sales 'n' contract woes

Westcon came through as last year's winner

Failure to launch: Hadoop will be 'anaemic' for years, says Gartner

Analysts claim it'll be at least 24 months before 'something' happens

There's little spending on Big Data, object storage and OpenStack

DataCore survey shows just a dribble of dollars for glam products

Oz battery bossmen: Fingers will be burned in the Tesla goldrush

InterviewAnd households will feel that burn in the wallet

Mobe network Three is the magic number for FreedomPop

We're golden, say techies targeted in UK beta launch

Try-before-you-buy software. Back in vogue for the storage giants?

CommentTake her for a test drive, and you’ll agree

Mozilla flings teddy out of pram over France's 'Patriot Act'

Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité. Well, one out of three is better than nothing

SFX studio uses Avere turbocharger to accelerate Isilon rocket

We know that doing that would obviously only work metaphorically

Heartbleed, eat your heart out: VENOM vuln poisons countless VMs

Widespread virtualization flaw dates back over a decade

Home routers co-opted into self-sustaining DDoS botnet

Resulting mess will be hellishly difficult to clear up, say researchers

FCC leaning towards approving AT&T/DirecTV gobble – report

Regulators said to be OK with $49bn merger, though restrictions may apply

World of the strange: There will be NINE KINDS of Windows 10

Or four, or six, depending on how you count

USA Freedom Act moves forward as House prepares for vote

UpdatedIt's not perfect, but could soon head to Senate

Don't look now: Fujitsu ships new mobe with EYEBALL-scanning security

Because passwords are just so passé

Telstra offers six explanations for its dud Netflix rating

We've got SO MUCH COPPER it hurts, says Big T

Google to extend rogue Chrome add-on ban to OS X

Better get those extensions into the Company Store, pronto

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