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Sprint: Our 'unlimited' mobe plan has one tiny limit: High-quality video

600Kbps cap strangles streaming to snail's pace

Former VMware staffer blows whistle on government pricing plan

Virtzilla and partner Carahsoft to pay US$75 MEELLION in overcharging settlement

Identity protection outfit LifeLock picked, popped

Refer-a-friend page gets new 'feature'

Former L0pht man 'Mudge' leaves Google for Washington

Obama lures hacker out of the roof with gig establishing software transparency lab

Small change to Medium takes large axe to passwords

'This login will self-destruct in 15 minutes'

While city slickers argue about the NBN, rural retailers are smiling

Expanded wireless footprint eases satellite woes ... when there's no trees in the way

Vale Matti Makkonen, SMS dreamer

Finnish engineer sends last TXT

NSA continues mass slurping of Americans' phone metadata

Meet the new boss, same as the old boss

With Hobbit and LoTR in the can, Trolls no longer welcome in New Zealand

Kiwi parliament passes 'Harmful digital communications bill' outlawing online nasties

PowerShell for Office 365 powers on

Web-based CLI is yours for the scripting

Script-blocker NoScript lets in ANYTHING from

Whitelisting tool was too trusting, by far

OpenStack's DevStack inspires Xen to create new 'Raisin' d'être

Project Raisin spits out external components to stop developer whining

World+dog will soon watch 'at least 200 pr0n vids a year'

Bored analysts consult 'extensive in-house database' during research

A third of iThings open to VPN-hijacking, app-wrecking attacks

Masques off: Researchers detail five ways to wreck Apple stuff

Microsoft in Blighty reveals its 78 THOUSAND POUND Surface 3 slabloid

That is a VERY expensive LTE option indeed

DataDirect introduces its hyper-converged Wolf in Creek clothing

Pony-tailed CEO spills beans on his firm's rather racy system

ETERNUS embiggens at peak of Mt Fujitsu (it's a drive array, not Tolkien)

New high-end beast summoned with old one squashed a bit

'Watered down' net neutrality rules could mean 'almost anything'

Lobbyists wail and gnash teeth over deal born of darkness

Teaching people to speak English? You just need Chatroulette without the dick pics

Worstall on WednesdayFine, you think up a better idea

Want to spoil your favourite storage vendor's day? Buy cloud

Leaving the premises might just work

Goodbye Vulcan: Blighty's nuclear bomber retires for the last time

Grand old warhorse finally out to grass – last chance to see

Samsung/Cheil merger goes on: Soz Elliot, not this time, says court

Court cock blocks corporate cock blocking attempt

SEX-starved worm can GIVE HEAD to ITSELF to reproduce

No one to blow? Stab yourself in the head with a penis

Orange hurls €90m at Israel's Partner to end political bunfight

Chief exec’s crowd-pleaser didn’t go down at all well

Speaking in Tech: Just slacking off and keeping things contained

PodcastMeanwhile, SCOTUS is getting it all wrong. Again

Don't start reading the last rites for monolithic storage just yet

But other tech can simply do the job better, sorry

Silly Google's Photos app labelled black people as gorillas

Machine learning is hard. And sometimes deeply offensive

‘Clandestines' prompt British border blockade in France

National Barrier Asset set to appear across the Channel

Congratulations! You survived the leap secondocalypse

Tweets mistimed, AWS outed, yet world somehow continues turning. Albeit more slowly

The blessing and the curse of Big Data

Sysadmin blogIt's what infrastructure is really for

It's the hottest day of the year. So check out John Lewis' Xmas tech range!

PicsJingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way...

It's all downhill from here: Avalanche spins STT-RAM

With memory based on the orientation of electrons, scaling is clearly not an issue

In your face, US citizens! Govt can’t save you from corporate eyes

Tech firms evading ‘basic limits on their ability to collect, monetise data’

Microsoft rushes out latest Windows 10 build. 300 fixes? Pff, whatever

'Interesting change' seems to mean 'baked-in silliness'

Server guys: Are you running fewer than 200 virtual machines?

Hyperconverged systems will reduce your technical debt

FBI probe physical intrusions into Californian internet cables

Chopping up fibres is one way of stopping mass surveillance

NASA's New Horizon probe rudely fires its thruster at gnome planet

She's in the pipe, five by five

Linux Mint 17.2: If only all penguinista desktops were done this way

ReviewFreshness AND familiarity

Sprint: Forget all we said about strangling your web video streams

And can someone replace our brakes? That U-turn we just pulled was hella

Amazon just wrote a TLS crypto library in only 6,000 lines of C code

At 1/10 the size of OpenSSL, it should be easier to spot bugs

Rosetta spots potholes IN SPAAACE: Someone call the galactic council

Comet 67P is collapsing from within

New nbnTM roadmap reveals HFC tests to start in Q4

100Mbps service and rapid repair turnaround promised

Samsung ousts Apple as top US smartmobe biz

Two phone makers carve up the market

Azure's already a AU$50 million business in Australia

Redmondian outpost feels it's catching AWS, fast

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