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Microsoft doubles down on productivity with Wunderlist buy

Redmond embraces Mountain View AND Cupertino

Incoming Borg boss Robbins wields broom

Lloyd and Moore to exit Cisco

Au gummint, opposition: site blocks just FINE

There's too much of that pesky Internet, anyway

Network negotiations nix 2015 Apple TV streaming

Maybe 2016, maybe not

Hungarian lab adds storage to D-Link SOHOpeless list

Here's my NAS, do what you please

IT-savvy US congressmen to Feds: End your crypto-backdoor crusade

Bad actors will like bad ideas

Patch-crazy Aust Govt fought off EVERY hacker since 2013

Breached, but nothing exfiltrated, chuffs spy chief

Electrons ride huge plasma tubes above Earth

Novice astro-boffin surprises with first visualisation of plasmasphere activity

Swordfish fatally stabs man after man stabs, fatally, swordfish

'You are going to have to die anyway. Do you have to kill me too?'

Japan, EU: we'll research 5G unicorns together

Joint work on standards, spectrum and applications

Hola! TV geo-block botters open bug bounties

Bot shop's security chop shot

Intel imagines chips in nappies to create the Internet of sh*t things

Computex 2015We have a CODE BROWN down there, repeat CODE BROWN

NHS blows £5 MILLION on delayed

ExclusiveHated scheme has already spaffed buckets of cash

Dutch efforts to decapitate Pirate Bay could end up before ECJ

Legal eagle: Euro court must decide if TPB is breaking the law

Chips of the world, Unite: Intel bakes Iris Pro gfx into new Xeon

Computex 2015Plus: New meeting software lets you beam your ugly mug to world+dog

Force Touch tweak: Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display

ReviewAll’s well that Haswell?

SpaceX’s anti-hacker tech powers UK launch of security startup

Infosec 2015Spikes Security plays Night's Watch to the Wildlings beyond the firewall

Thousands of 'lost data' reports mean we should ARM the ICO, says infosec bod

Infosec 2015Good starter for ten – not sure about the detail

Spoiling staff with toys could turn against your business

Keep BYOD under control

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (of the net). Make your vote count

Who will take GCHQ's crown as the evil overlord?

Nice 4G-for-plods demo, Samsung. Good luck actually selling it

3GPP Rel.12 shows its colours under chaebol's direction

You'll never love an appliance like your old database

What stops you committing to the all-in-one hardware solution?

GCHQ gros fromage stays schtum on Snowden and snooping

Infosec 2015No tech firms are leaving and we've read up on bread and circuses

Intel adopts 40Gb per SECOND USB-C plug for Thunderbolt 3.0

Computex 2015One cable to rule them all? Well, kinda

Dell slips ring on distie Tech Data

European vows extended to Blighty

My life under Estonia's digital government

Analyst Charles Brett is a fan

Everyone's at it: Backup folk spaff out tsunami of cloudy, flashy gear

Artisanal storage product makers continue to churn out the home brew

Distie formerly known as Micro P grabs industry vet

Jon Atherton lands as commercial director

Fish boffins: Big-brain babes are brilliant, but benefit for boys is bijou

Experiment says survival rates may be linked to dodgy dress sense

Fanbois designing Windows 10 – where's it going to end?

OpinionRedmond devotees may as well have demanded manga desktop wallpaper

Sawfish are the VIRGIN MARYS of the SEA thanks to virgin births

Seaboffins shocked by swimmers seemingly asexually spawned in surprising study

US court agrees $563m settlement over CRT anti-trust allegations

TV-buying class members start the party in anticipation of $25 payouts

US Patriot Act's phone spying rules are dead – but that means very little

AnalysisLetting Section 215 provisions lapse may be the worst solution

Disconnect app maker runs to EU to moan about Android

Indignant VPN privacy tunneller whines that Google won't Play with it

KFC takes legal axe to eight-legged mutant chicken claims

Finger Lickin' Good old internet meme

Time Warner CFO Artie Minson quits to join babble-filled upstart

Move comes after Charter Communications buys his employers for $78.7bn

Secure web? That'll cost you, thanks to Mozilla's HTTPS plan

Firefox-shop breaks out the big stick

Siri, dim the lights and warm us up: First gizmos for Apple HomeKit love-in emerge

But are we only excited because it's a Cupertino API?

Bethesda all out for 'Fallout 4', fallout for global productivity foretold in countdown

Don't all book next week off at once

Forget the density, just unlock your cloud's power sweet spot

Watch your investments and build out gradually

Forget black helicopters, FBI flying surveillance Cessnas over US cities. Warrant? What's that?

Asks press not to mention it to save money

Oi ICANN, you want the keys to the internet throne room? Open up to Freedom of Info law

Proposed Defending Internet Freedom Act resurfaces

Holy SSH-it! Microsoft promises secure logins for Windows PowerShell

Now that the door has hit Ballmer on the way out, OpenSSH support is go

NASA shock: Flying saucer predicted over Hawaii on Wednesday

PicRelax, it's going to Mars, not to your leaders

Turnbull's Digital Transformers discover log files contain more than meets the eye

Splunk-as-a-service pondered in analytics push to improve government services

Catch of the Day: off the hook

Tag-and-release for big fish

Sorry we called you a fatty, say Kiwi spies to Kim 'Slim Jim' Dotcom

Fat shaming sparks diplomatic incident down under

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