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It begins: Time Warner Cable first ISP accused of breaking America's net neutrality rules

Complaint hits FCC's desk just days after regulations kicked in

Oi! 'Hands off America's Wi-Fi spectrum' yells, er, the cable lobby

NCTA doesn't like LTE-U

Redmond: IE Win 8.1 defence destroying hack ain't worth patch, natch

'Here's your $125k HP, now GO AWAY'.

Greens back inquiry into Aussie video games industry

Where did the game studios go?

Pirate captain blasts Google for its 'mystery' Chrome blob

Not Ok Google, says irked open source Chromium collective

Ubuntu scaling up VM addressability

Canonical's a Fan of the cloud

Slippery Silk Road spook will plead guilty to duping dealers

(Almost) untraceable $820k cash siphon too tempting for sorry security bod.

SpaceX gets ready to crash barge-land ANOTHER rocket

Third time lucky, hopes Elon Musk

Nokia files for EU permission to buy Alcatel-Lucent

Decision due by July 27

DEATH by VEGETABLES: Woman charged with killing boyf using carrots. And peas

Rounds off fatal assault with chicken soup de grâce

Mum fails to nuke killer spider nest from orbit

Brazilian wandering death arachnid free to join Islamic State

Germany says no steamy ebooks until die Kinder have gone to bed

Sour krauts stiffen up with 10pm smutty story watershed

This whopping 16-bit computer processor is being built by hand, transistor by transistor

PicsCambridge Brit to wire up 14,000 gates, 3,500 LEDs

CSC insiders: 800 job cuts will hit service delivery for punters

Management respond by saying 'nah, it'll be fine'

Spiceworks in WTF-class social log-in SECURITY BLUNDER

Wake up chaps, this is serious

Vodafone splashes €2 BEEELLLION to kick German TV sideways

Achtung, die Engländer haben mein Tellyboxsignalfrequenzen gekauft

ISC2 launches security cert training for cloud-defending cherubs

'Making a bible of cloud knowledge'

Gazing at two-tier storage systems: What's the paradigm, Doc?

CommentCloud’s fundamental role in primary storage analytics assessed

A brief introduction to converged infrastructure

All together now: Simplicity drives efficiency

Komprise aims to kill data sprawl with virtualising software

Next on the list: Silicon Valley's data management startup sprawl

Microsoft sez soz over Windows 10 'freebie' balls-up

'This is a very complex topic', grumbles bumbling Redmond OS chief

GCHQ: Security software? We'll soon see about THAT

Greenwald pulls 2008 reverse-engineering doc from bulging Snowden file

THEY WANTED OUR WOMEN: Neanderthals lusted after modern humans

And vice versa, perhaps. There was interbreeding, anyway

RBS sticks it to customers once again as IT woes continue

Want to flee? You can't ... because of our tech

SPICEWORKS FAIL: Are we ready for ‘social’ network administration?

AnalysisStill more questions than answers

Polish plane IT attack? Apparently not, just a simple DDoS

Turns out, it wasn't that big of a deal after all

Pint-sized PCIe powerhouse: Intel NUC5i5RYK

ReviewFed with the hottest chips, just how fast can the little fellah go?

Ingram Micro feasts on European old-mobe specialists

Wolfs down CANAI and Clarity Tech to 'own' the services lifecycle

Larry Ellison: Oracle's going to WAR against Amazon cloud prices

Things heat up in Glacier data grab

ESA launches new ground-monitoring satellite

Sentinel-2 will track terrain, ocean and environmental changes

Amazon enrages authors as it switches to 'pay-per-page' model

Good news for readers with short attention spans

NetApp cackles as cheaper FlashRay lurches out of the door

Not only were rumours of its death exaggerated – now it's cheaper too

Give us your software BlackBerry, we love it. The phones? Meh

Perky licensing revenues offset by slow decline in hardware sales

Senior execs at NTT Com Security quit, but not with immediate effect

CEO Church, chief beanie Luntz out by end of next month

National Archives finds OPM-style intrusion: No data theft found, though

Feds play security whack-a-mole across holey govt IT systems

The wonderful madness of metrics: Different things to different folk

Or, how I learned to stop worrying and verify

Former Cisco money chief cash-lands at Red Hat

Calderoni traverses extremes from tech giant to healthy Linux distro

BlackBerry boss vows to keep making phones

More are coming – this horse isn't dead yet

Hackers exploit fresh PC hijack bug in Adobe Flash Player, the internet's screen door

Patch now, or just dump the thing

Another CEO goes overboard from Jay Z's Tidal music website

Ninety-nine problems and staff retention is one

Kamikaze Rosetta probe to ram comet it's chased for billions of miles

Cosmic super-prang end to mission in late 2016

Google's new free music service is classic Google: Take someone's idea and slap ads on it

Web giant hopes to upset the Apple cart

Guy puts 1990s MacOS 7 on an Apple Watch – without jailbreaking it

Welcome to MacinWatch

Google presses 'send' on 'undo send' – AT LAST

No regrets after six-year beta

What is this river nonsense? Give .amazon to Bezos, says US Congress

US government tells ICANN to ignore government attempts at influence. Um…

Second agent takes plea deal in Silk Road misconduct case

No, this doesn't mean Ross Ulbricht is getting out of jail. Ever.

SEC joins hunt for FIN4 attackers

Wants to net financial phishers

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