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Houston Astros 'hack' row: St Louis Cardinals fire their chief scout

Baseball club boots out director as details on database compromise surface

Reddit meltdown: Top chat boards hidden as rebellion breaks out

Subreddits in lockdown as unpaid moderators protest shock exit of popular staffer

This box beams cafes' Wi-Fi over 4kms so you can surf in obscurity

RPi-powered rig suited to Snowdenistas keen to dodge plod

What's black, sticky, and has just 8GB of storage?

Intel Compute Stick with Ubuntu emerges at US$110 and super low-end spec

NASA invents super-SMACK, hallucinates WHOLE STAR SYSTEMS

video31,000--core HPC sim shows Beta Pictoris b's dust cloud dancing

Cloud market spins up a cyclone of sales

Server, storage and switch sales surge 25 per cent, says IDC

Azure Australia went TITSUP for about seven hours

UpdateAustralia East region users had 'Inability to connect' on Friday

Wanna go all Gandalf – YOU SHALL NOT PASS – on Windows 10?

You can stop the auto-installs, save your LAN, stay out of court and get home in time for dinner

Mastercard facial recog-ware will unlock your money using SELFIES

Whatever next? Belfies to get in your door?

German army fights underground Nazi war machine hidden in Kiel pensioner's cellar

Police who found it were only following orders, they say

PureVPN calls pure BS on VPN insecurity study

'We fixed that stuff last year', company says, 'but have a new client anyway'

North America down to its last ~130,000 IPv4 addresses

If you want more, join this orderly queue, maybe forever, say number wonks

What Murphy’s law has to teach you about data centres

'Our IT guy just let me trigger a total network outage'

It’s 2015 and we're being told not to send credit cards as cleartext

PCI Council policy update lets security admins play with crypto LEGO

Got a GUITAR, daddio? Wanna plug it into iOS or Droid? Try the iRig 2

ReviewDangle dongle for frustrated axemen

UK TV is getting worse as younglings shun the BBC et al, says Ofcom

Religion, formal education, classical music? What’s that?

Boffin: Will I soon be able to CLONE a WOOLLY MAMMOTH? YES. Should I? Hell NO

PollBut it would be useful for research

Oi, Commish. Get off the fence over French snooping law, says MEP

Le Charteur des Snoopeurs interferes with EU rights list, say aggrieved folk

Angry Austrian takes a hit in David and Goliath Facebook battle

Vienna court says it has no jurisdiction in misuse of personal data case

Self/Less: Crap science, eyebrow acting, and immortality for the 1%

Film reviewWho wants to live forever?

Another day, ANOTHER Windows 10 build for us Insiders

Build 10162 comes with ISO download, WiFi purchase

Engineers 3D-print ROBOT SEAHORSE, then SMASH it with rubber mallets

There's a twist in this tail-twisting tale

David Beckham fakes bewilderment to flog mobiles to Yanks. Fakes?

Golden Balls doesn't ask about the price. Why would he?

Pisspoor EE customer service earns it a cool £1 MILLION Ofcom fine

Mobe firm tinkers a bit and promises to do better

Outsourcery has ‘greater flexibility to pursue opportunities’ after £4m Voda loan

It plugs a hole, but where are the profits?

It's not for everyone, but hyperconvergence is still a valuable solution

CommentDDN and HDS lead the high-end market, but others will join in soon

Vectone Mobile gone for the week, don't know when it'll be back

UpdatedMVNO offers ‘sincere’ apology to customers. Cheers for that

It's all Uber! France ends its love affair with ride-sharing app

'Urban transport revolution' crushed by Madame la Republique

Wikipedia: YES! we’ve SAVED the INTERNET again!

'Are we socially responsible and honest? Hell, no. We’re Wikipedia'

Assange™'s emotional plea for asylum in France rejected

'Didn't make any such plea anyway, what everr', tweets Wikileaks

Rampaging fox terrorises rural sports club, victim sustains ‘tweaked groin’

Not so hard without your horses and dogs, are ya? Eh? EH?

Biologists gasp at lemur's improbably colossal bollocks

Madagascarine Mirzas' mighty nads equivalent to grapefruit sized on human chaps

Storage upstart: Our flashy gear is WAY faster than slow old DRAM

Echoes from the ghosts of sTec and OCZ's past

Export control laws force student to censor infosec research

Ethical hacking undergrad from Northumbria Uni falls foul of 'ethics board'

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