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Intel's new chips are from 'Purley' – know what I mean? Know what I mean? Say no more

A nod's as good as a wink to a blind bat

AT&T, Verizon and pals eat own head in effort to kill off net neutrality

Files petition arguing opposite of last petition

Finally! It's the year of Linux on the desktop TITSUP

Mandriva goes into liquidation

nbn has made ZERO fibre-to-the-node and cable connections

Revenue and connection rates up, but we're yet to see any 'multi' in the technology mix

HP to buy ConteXtream for SDN/NFV top-up

OpenNFV partner becomes virty carrier biz unit

Western Australian government funds Pawsey supercomputing centre until 2021

Iron ore state splurges on Big Iron

Synology slings patch at buggy NAS boxens

Free photo peep for hacker creeps

JPL joins DARPA's Memex project

Better search and indexing for space stuff

Kali Linux gives itself a Docker-cut

Contain myself? Don't mind if I do says hacker-whacker Linux distro

Interplanetary Internet about as useful as flying pigs says Vint Cerf

InterPlanetary Networking Special Interest Group gets a reality check

Creationist: The Flintstones was an accurate portrayal of Dino-human coexistence


Win Phone to outgrow smartmobe market for next four years

Between now and 2019 we'll make one mobe for just about every human on Earth

Oculus adds Surreal Vision to its virty portfolio

British devs are quids in with purchase

Death-to-passwords FIDO Alliance finds a friend at DOCOMO

Forget passwords; Japanese users can buy online with their EYEBALLS

UK surveillance commish asks CCTV operators to please be good

I have no enforcement powers, so pretty, pretty please

Make Adama proud: Connect your Things wisely, cadet

Internet of LawnmowersCylons, Daleks or Skynet to enslave humanity: you choose

Why are all the visual special effects studios going bust?

Worstall on WednesdayIf movies are using more VFX, why aren't they coining it. To infinity?

Daisy Group: Yep, we're gonna eat you all up, Phoenix IT Group

160-pence-per-share bid values tech services biz at £135m

Mergers scuttle strategy as Ofcom reneges on spectrum promise

It's all about the spectrum imbalance (maybe)

SME IT contracts? That's the last thing Whitehall wants – report

We also lack procurement skills, say central govt departments

SNAFU: Blighty's judges not trustworthy, says their own website

M'learned friends' sysadmins forgot to renew their security cert

Elon Musk's SpaceX: Now we help do SURVEILLANCE for the SPOOKS

Monopoly-busting move paves way for private enterprise

Queen's Speech: Snoopers' Charter RETURNS amid 'modernisation' push

We'll definitely destroy freedom to save it, mutter Tories

Tegile scores VC cash to splash on flash growth dash

Mutant bods join the $100m-plus startup club

White House forced to wade into Oracle vs Google Java bickerfest

UpdateCan't you kids play nice and just share the APIs like mature adults?

NASA picks tools for voyage to possibly LIFE-SUPPORTING moon Europa

NASA plans mission to probe warm alien globe

Mutant upstart Nimble embiggens revenues – and losses, too

Red in the face, red on the financials

Shuttleworth delivers death blow in Umbongoland dispute

Kubuntu chief’s head placed on cloud-based, open source spike

Swarm of Apple iRobots released to map interior of Cupertino HQ

Cartography droids acquire internal layout for first target of inevitable decapitation strike

Security software's a booming market. Why is Symantec stumbling?

Data breaches drive increased security spend

EU net neutrality could kneecap the Tories' opt-out pr0n filter plans

Leaked doc reveals massive bunfight ahead if Cameron forces the issue

Stranded Brussels airport passengers told to check Facebook

Power surge nixes Belgian air traffic control, grounds 20,000 travellers

Windows 10 won't help. The PC biz is doomed, DOOMED, I TELL YOU

Industry folk react calmly to Microsoft's hopeful future sales targets

Speaking in Tech: Scrubbing Chrome with Google's Brillo

PodcastTiversa’s security extortion allegations explored

Mozilla: We don't give a damn about cheap smartphones

Get ready for ‘Ignite’, whatever that is

IT Lab slips a ring on JMC IT

North meets south as managed services providers find love

ID-stealing scammers had a bumper start to the year, reveals report

25 per cent rise in identity fraud in first 3 months of 2015

Oz dad-and-son team rattle tin for homemade reusable spaceplane

ThunderStruck flies into Kickstarter

Microsoft tosses Office, Skype portball to 20 Android makers

Redmond fanbois wail as Cortana gets to go on foreign exchange, too

Aye-aye Eyeo, go safely on your way-o, says German judge

Adblock Plus maker's activities are definitely legal

Boffins create tiny holographic battery that fits INSIDE a chip

Tech that's not hard to swallow intended for aspirin-sized medical devices

That EVIL TEXT that will CRASH your iPhone: We pop the hood

Analysis75-byte character assassination - Apple was so close yet so far

CBS boss says he'll show off his crown jewels on Apple TV – for a large enough check

Only a matter of time before network succumbs to Cupertino

Yahoo! must! face! class-action! suit! over! email! snooping! – judge

'But it will set back email by DECADES,' cries Purple Palace

Nest rival: Smartmobes will decide who survives the Internet of Stuff war

InterviewEcobee CEO on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, thermostats and more

Optus plans to skim the cream off the cloud

New strategy rests on networks and services, the cloud bits that sell for more than cents

WTF is going on with the zombie NSA-friendly Patriot Act? Let us help

Just as Prez Obama tells senators to sort out USA Freedom Act

This $199 home air-quality gizmo will tell you to VOC right off

PicThat's a 'volatile organic compound' alert by text – from another internet of flings thing

FCC to crack down on robocall spammers' beloved loophole

Once a do-not-spam, always a do-not-spam

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