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Microsoft to offload display ads biz to ... hang on, AOL?

10-year search deal will see Redmond outsource adverts in major markets

Amazon douses Fire phone man-in-the-middle diddle

Fire owners (both of you) should patch sooner rather than later

Australian opposition senators slam TPP treaty process

Guess what, the government disagrees

OpenDaylight's Hydrogen begets Helium begets Lithium

Release three of SDN tool aims for carrier-land

VMworld content catalog hints at VSAN upgrade

VSAN getting closer to real SANs, desktop hypervisors to grow up at virtugabfests

Devs, welcome your EVIL ROBOT OVERLORDS from MIT

This ONE WEIRD TRICK turns developers into rioting LUDDITES

Audit finds new flaw at US Office of Personnel Management

TEN MILLION people now counted as victims of original GovSec SNAFU

Hide the HUD, say boffins, they're bad for driver safety

Cars are not the place for augmented reality

Wallet wafting into the Cloud? Amazon hears your pain

Launches tools to forestall surprises

Why SpaceX will sort out Sunday's snafu faster than NASA ever could

AnalysisSecond stage flaw fingered for fireworks

Australian Bureau of Statistics drops big data bubble-buster

Mindless mash-ups and hardware upgrades do not better governance make

Cunning goldfish avoided predator in tank for seven years

Entered as a snack, but drew inspiration from Gloria Gaynor

VPNs are so insecure you might as well wear a KICK ME sign

Brit boffins' test of 14 prominent privacy tunnels finds leaks galore thanks to IPv6 mess

Does your company really need all that storage?

How to get the best performance

Revive the Nathan Barley Quango – former Downing Street wonk

Does Welfare for W**kers sound familiar? That's because it is

Generous EU Commish gives Google SIX MORE WEEKS to respond to antitrust charges

Chocolate Factory nearly ready (we assume)

Lobbynomics: The EU’s digital dossier that doesn't add up

AnalysisLetting Silicon Valley lift all your content is GOOD for your economy

EUROPEAN PURGE on hated mobile roaming charges

Dead-of-night deal foresees abolition of fees in 2017

No more customisation? Cloud Security Alliance calls for Open APIs

Vendors press-ganged into working group service

BBC veterans require skilled hands to massage their innards

TNMOC asks for help maintaining its fleet of Beeb Micros

The all-flash market will grotesquely distend in five years, says Gartner

Six fun-packed flash factoids from financial fellow

Surging US dollar curbs global IT budgets

5.5% fall masks increased activity, says Gartner

Intel infosec folk TEE off open source app dev framework

World+dog can TEE off too, without spending megabucks

Crowdfunded beg-a-thon to bail out Greece raises 0.003% of target

Scot-bashing Yorkshireman rapped over island sale offer

How do we train the next generation of data centre wranglers?

First, train the current generation

The Great Windows Server 2003 migration: Where do we go from here?

Pick the right path

Universal Credit white elephant needs 'urgent breakthrough' says MP

£16bn moneypit project shambles on, ignoring deadlines as it goes

Hello Tosh, got a downrated 6TB spinner? Yes, for slower workloads

Toshiba looking to grow 3.5-inch drive market share

Giant FLYING SPACE ROCKS could KILL US ALL, warns Brian May

Brian and Brian join Near Earth Object spotter crusade

Half of Windows Server 2003 fans will miss July's security cut-off

Please, sir, can we have a Custom Support Agreement?

BBC (sort of) sorry for Grant Shapps Wikipedia smear reportage

That must have been awful for you, smarms Beeb news chief

Confused Colt dumps the IT services market while revenues shrink

Company will burn millions shutting down biz

Microsoft: This Windows 10 build has 'NO significant known issues'

Know this. If you have to type 'W' to find Paint ... it's got issues

Europol and Barclays shack up for steamy security shenanigans

Classic tale of crime-agency-meets-bank-to-tackle-cybercrime

Cisco gobbles OpenDNS, sorts out cloud security portfolio

'Vast new wave of opportunities for security breaches’

Palaeoboffins discover 500 MILLION year old ARMOURED WORM

Shai-Hulud of the Cambrian oceans was first animal to develop armour

Fireworks expected from Oracle at Flash Memory Summit

CommentMentions for wine, wiener dogs and wetsuits also possible during presentation

Radian Memory Systems decloaks, says it'll twin DRAM and flash

Small funding but big ideas - and a patent for co-operative flash memory control

Uber execs charged, will stand trial in France

Uberpop = explosion de la bulle

HP's split surgeon Bill Veghte splits from HP

Antonio Neri ascends to top of Enterprise Group

'This ruling does nothing to change the facts' thunders Apple in latest price-fix appeal blow

The fact that you broke the law?

UH OH: Windows 10 will share your Wi-Fi key with your friends' friends

UpdatedTell a pal your password ... and their FB mates can log in too

IBM gets green light to sell off chips biz to GlobalFoundries

US regulators furrow brows, frown, nod

Apple gets around to fixing those 77 security holes in OS X Yosemite

Your OS X box can still be owned by, well, just about everything

Yikes! Facebook will run on TELEPATHY, thinks Zuck, in Q&A

Questions from Schwarzenegger and Hawking. Similar guys, really

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