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Unicode wonks are bringing home the BACON, as an emoji

At last, emoji kids and adults can all understand

BT boss to Oz: we're wonderful and so is copper

Excuse me while I hug myself

Boffins silently track train commuters without tripping Android checks

Smartmobe accelerometer data reveals your movements, isn't secured in any way

Unisys weans itself off homebrew chippery, finally slurps Intel gear

New colosso-iron ClearPath Dorado 8300 is all Chipzilla, all the time

Sir Jony Ive, chief Apple doodler, promoted – into job he already has

More a case of getting some new subordinates?

Bluetooth privacy is mostly ignored, so you're beaming yourself to the world

It's okay, you Tweeted your FitBit stats anyhow, right?

Qualcomm, Daimler in wireless comms, charging tie-up

Oh Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes Benz in which to charge my smartmobe?

Blackhat hack trick wallops popular routers

Sneaky DNS change doesn't need remote management.

Torvalds: decisions, decisions, top up sun tan or release Linux 4.1?

Open source overlords need a break too... but devs told to keep on testing confirms it's binned extended Windows XP support

Laggard agencies understand the risks and can cope, says GDS

Rubrik deluged with a bucket full of B-round dollars

Hybrid cloud backup appliance startup pockets a cool $41m

Will YOU be living in a cardboard box under the motorway in five years?

One in four will be out of business, predicts ball-starer Huawei

RAF Eurofighter gets a Battle of Britain makeover

Paint job honours Flight Lieutenant James Brindley Nicolson VC

Geofencing: The ultra-low power frontier for the Internet of Things

Internet of LawnmowersFree-range for devices

O2 craps itself on national Blighty holiday as cabinet minister moans: 'Oi, sort it out!'

UpdatedBe less dog poop

Told ya! Coms flogs telco arm to Timico in £2.5m deal

Board: Sale of loss-making arm draws line in sand with the past

Fibre Channel over Ethernet is dead. Woah, contain yourselves

CommentNo one (well, maybe just Cisco) wanted it

Cheesy video shows ex-Gooners pronouncing 'Huawei'

Good job they don't need to know this stuff for work

Do svidaniya Roscosmos. By the way, any idea where that 92 BEEELLION rubles went?

Russians ready a new state corporation. Called Roscosmos

Capita gobbles Berks-based mobility specialist Pervasive

One less biz for ex-Capita customers to buy from

NATS ignored previous recommendations – IT cock-up report

Since privatisation, investment ‘somewhat less than had been planned overall’

Charter Comms to wed Time Warner Cable in monster merger

Proposes $78.7 BEELLION cash'n'shares deal

SanDisk opens for business with point-of-sale terminal SSD

Dedicated retail POS storage will ensure no-sleep tills in Brooklyn

Android ransomware poses as FBI smut warning

Call the cops! Erm, actually don't

Private cloud has a serious image problem

‘AWS is to the era of cloud what Microsoft is to client/server’

Samsung to create industry giant via mega merger with itself

Luke, you were right about me

Wi-Fi was MEANT to be this way: Antennas and standards, 802.11 style

Plus: Why your phone's (sometimes) crap at wireless

EMC coughs up the readies for cloud management software supplier

Virtusteam veritable IaaS gold mine for backers

Galapagos volcano's MILE-HIGH WALL of FIRE menaces SUPER-RARE iguanas

Unbe-LAVA-ble dest-ROCK-tion

German watchdog rips off Facebook's thumbs after online fracas

The ‘Gefällt mir’ button – nein danke

Pavegen: The Company that can't make energy out of crowds tries to make money out of them

And uses data harvesting to shoot itself in the, er, foot

Skype hauled into court after refusing to hand call records to cops

Comply with us voluntarily, citizen - or we'll force you

Pre-IPO Tegile looking at flash tiering, scale-out and the cloud

+CommentDual-controller hybrid array tech set to extend and expand

Live web vid spaff app Periscope shoved up Android mobes

Twitter movie tool comes to the majority of world's smartphones

There's a Moose loose aboot this hoose: Linux worm hijacks Twitter feeds for spam slinging

Mynd you, møøse bites Kan be pretty nasti

Let it go, let it go: How global DNS could survive in the frozen lands outside US control

Public comments on revised IANA transition plan

Microsoft: Cortana not exclusive to Windows – it loves Android, iOS too

Swinging digital assistant to pal around with Redmond rivals

'iPhone 6S' to push fanbois around with 'Force Touch display'

Tap that and ride the ripples

Record labels back indie muso's bid to snatch .music from web giants

Underdog may win rights to coveted internet extension

THE TRUTH: IRS 'cyber-hack' exposes 100,000 people whose identities were already stolen

A new low for the Feds – or cyber-journalism? The latter

First production car powered by Android Auto rolls out – and it's a Hyundai

Tesla unlikely to be quaking in its boots

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