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Time to face the Apple Music: Spotify looks worried, and rightly so

AnalysisProjections look really good – if you ignore the elephant

BT: is fast and we want it FASTER

UK telco lays out standards wish-list

But ... but iOS 9 could BLOCK my Ad-Block, dev squeals

Tears flow all across publishing, adverstising industries at thought

NBN build contracts rejigged, without Telstra

900-pound gorilla sits out this dance

Intercloud extends management to AWS VMs

Cloud to get app-like with partner marketplace

Cavium adds 4/16 core SoCs

Want MIPS64? We've got MIPS64

I block, you block, we all block Twitter shock schlock

Microbloggers can now trade lists of obnoxious users

Super Stuxnet's SCADA slaves: security is atrocious

153 computers, six SCADA systems, most C&C points to Iran

Teaching kids to code is self-defence, not a vocational skill

Kids should learn to strangle Python, not just Scratch out a few lines of code

Nokia adds German uni to 5G research ecosystem

Boffins to work on ThingsRM, apparently

Belgium trolls France with bonkers new commemorative coin

Sure, we really NEED a €2.50 coin to mark Waterloo, snickers Belgian finance minister

Mozilla doubles bug bounties to $10k

Foxing the holes in the code

Google's super-AI boffin, Bilderberg nobs, and a secret Austrian confab

Lizard peopleWorld leaders to discuss cybersecurity and more

Cops turn Download Festival into an ORWELLIAN SPY PARADISE

Face recog tech, RFID tracking – gotta love Donington Park

Catalogic gets Dockerised with NetApp and VMware support

Auto-discovery of new nodes as well. Not bad

Women are fleeing from the digital sector, reckons report

Could it be all the dick-swinging bearded hipsters?

Future Range Rovers will report pot-holes directly to councils

Your crappy roads are the reason there's a pain in all the diodes down my left side...

No Silicon Roundabout U-Bend U-Turn: Build that peninsula boys

Clear out of street furniture unlikely though

ISS 'nauts quit orbiter and aim for Kazakhstan splashdown

Return to Earth beckons for turd-flinging astros

Toothless Ofcom: C'mon consumers, show your teeth on broadband speeds

Maybe our 'beefed up' code of practice will sort things

HP's M&A guru quits ahead of corporate split

Senior veep Tom Joyce lured to privately owned Dell's software group

But... I... like... the... PAIN! Our secret addiction to 'free' APIs

Tut, tut – will you app developers NEVER learn to say no?

Indie review of UK surveillance laws: As you were, GCHQ

Government pressing on with Snoopers' Charter

Breathe normally: Oxygen coming to Solidfire's flashy folk

Revolution becomes evolution

Facebook ditches HTML mobe future in favour of Zuck-style JavaScript

React Native – It's JS with a hint of nutritious, ad-friendly lock-in

The Martian: Matt Damon sciences the sh*t out of the red planet

PreviewAndy Weir's no-hunk-left-behind book makes a good-looking movie

Data Dynamics chap lifts curtain on anti-fluster cluster thruster tool

CommentNetApp users can join everyone else's assemblage

Apple store staffers probed like 'criminals', lawsuit claims

End-of-shift shakedowns upset workers, Apple wants less 'shrinkage'

Commish snaps on rubber gloves, Amazon readies itself for antitrust probe

Now, let’s have a closer look at those ebook contracts

Duqu 2.0: 'Terminator' malware that pwned Kaspersky could have come from Israel

Infosec bigwigs differ — but it's definitely a state operation

Benioff's Bulging Benefits: Salesforce CEO handed massive pay cheque

Not everyone happy with compensation package, though

If hackers can spy on you all then so should we – US Senator logic

CISA info-sharing bill tacked onto military funding paperwork

Decrypted WhatsApp chats laid groundwork for Belgian terror raids

Firm handing over plaintext comms helped us, say Feds

LOHAN'S PRATCHETT mission set to soar Saturday

Edge Research Lab poised for final spaceplane avionics test flight

FTC lunges at Kickstarter bloke who raised $120,000 – and delivered sweet FA

Fraud on our website? Golly, one for the feds, eh? Not us ...

Only good thing about Twitter CEO storm: 140 character limit gone

Big Dick slips out, Jack's off into the hot seat: Chief exec quits

Oculus Rift noggin-bucket ... heyyy, errr ... have we all got them on already?

Pics+VidMaybe that's why we don't know what they cost

In memoriam: Christopher Lee, Hammer's Count Dracula

ObitIconic star of Hammer Horror, Lord of the Rings, and Star Wars dies aged 93

Screw you, ISPs: Net neutrality switches on THIS FRIDAY – US court

Telcos' bid to put broadband regulations on ice smashed by appeals judges

Facebook: Your code sucks, and we don't even have to run it to tell

And if you want to know how we know, here's some code

Exit-tel customers can't even upgrade their plans to stay

Go away, and don't come back, says Australian ISP Exetel

Australia gets its site filter at LAST

The IT sector wants more tech policies from this gang of nongs. Are you nuts?

Moon blocks Uranus for stargazers Down Under

How to watch the lunar Moonie online

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