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Samsung stuffs 2 TERABYTES into flash drive for ordinary folk

Wham, bam, thank you, NAND

Indian DEITY plans 14 Exabyte cloud storage rig

Government 'Digital Locker' will hand 1GB to each citizen

TPP partners plot milder copyright takedown rules

Still hostile to users, says EFF

Cisco slings simoleons at software-defined networking biz 6Wind

White box switching? We've heard of it

Pwned Hacking Team tells cops, govts to shut down software

Probes whether leaks compromised cop shop ops

The sad song Samsung's sung: SEVENTH quarterly fail in a row

Cuts itself deep with Edge, but does pull its SoCs up

Google yanks fake Android battery monitor

95 per cent charged, 100 per cent P0wned, zero credit left on mobe thanks to SMS scam

XSSposed launches pay-whatever bug bounty

Tick tock clock counts down to Full Disclosure

Behold the mighty Swiss SPACE JUNK NOSHER PODULE

VidOrbital gobbler to clean up deliberate cube littering

BOT-GEDDON coming after ZeusVM leak, hacker warns

Why pay $5k when you can pay $0?

Google's new view of the world takes two pics to make 'DeepStereo' 3D

VideoMachine learning imagines the missing pixels in glorious Googl-o-rama

Linux on the desktop is so hot there's now a fight over it

Citrix joins VMware in virtual penguin desktop ploy

Home Office kept schtum on more than 30 data breaches last year

More non-reported incidents; fewer actual reported incidents. Trebles all round!

7/7 memories: I was on a helpdesk that day and one of my users died

London was freeze-framed

Blurred lines: How cloud computing is reshaping the IT workforce

Sysadmin blogDevOps, meet SecOps

ALIEN SLIME SHOCKER: Approaching comet probably NOT inhabited, say boffins

Gunge-oid blobomination invasion not on cards

Heart of Darkness: Mass of clone scam sites appear

TOR’s anonymity is just what crims who want to rob crims need

Unions call for strike action over 'unusable' Universal Credit IT

Getting it off the ground is like kicking a dead dog

Smart Meter biz case still there, insists tragically optimistic UK govt

Figures still suggest scheme will cost more than it'll save

Gartner mages have spoken: 'D' is for Device, Decline and DOOM

Market slumping as strong dollar pushes up price ... not the only reason though

Apple Pay's Brit biz bashed by banks planning to Zapp it out

We'll use our own NFC payment solution

Chinese takeaway, hold the Google: Xiaomi Mi4 LTE Android

ReviewIt's a Googlephone, Jim, but not as we know it

World's (possibly) first HoloLens startup promises mixed realities

Microsoft previously promised $100,000 to fund headset developers

Bing Maps seen wearing creepy mask that makes it look a bit like ...

If you can't beat 'em, then wear their face on yours. Which isn't creepy AT ALL

TACC wrangles IBM GPFS on to DSSD for HPC LOLs

Or, we could say: legacy parallel file system on fresh flash rack storage

Why the BBC is stuffing free Micro:bit computers into schoolkids' satchels

A meeellion devices to be hurled at Blighty's nippers

WATCH OUT! Amazon hauled back to court in Special Ops wristjob ding-dong

Appeal beaks say horologists get day in court

Jolla cuts hardware biz loose to concentrate on Sailfish licensing

Things will be clearer next week at the Mobile World Congress, hopefully

Sync 'n' sod it: EMC might be shaping up to sell Syncplicity

Start of big changes for the Enterprise Content Division?

Former Phones4U director grabs boss chair at Tech Data Mobile

Matt Child replaces Pete Hubbard at distie's mobile phone arm

Canuck chump cuffed over helium balloon flying chair stunt

Wind thwarts cunning Calgary Stampede skydive plan

We tried using Windows 10 for real work and ... oh, the horror

In depthBetter, worse, prettier or uglier?

Private companies fall behind in cloud spending race

Public cloud splurges cash, trad IT spend to slip

EMC sells Syncplicity sync'n'share biz to Skyview Capital. Told ya!

It's all about core products – and not giving VMware internal competition

Sony phone chief vows to keep losing money forever and ever

CEO may be less enthusiastic about staying in market until extinction of competitors

Americans in Europe like using Wi-Fi calling, Ericsson discovers

Brits abroad don't know if they like it, as nobody will let them find out

Open Compute Project testing is a 'complete and total joke'

CommentSource questions integrity, neutrality of certification programme

Firefox to speed up dev cycle, go multi-process, rip and replace UI – soon

Big changes could take 'a while,' say Moz bods

Apple Watch sales in death dive after mega launch, claims study

That's according to inbox-snooping market researchers

Ginormous HIDDEN BLACK HOLES flood the universe – boffins

PicsMy god, it's full of holes! (So watch your step)

KILLER! Adobe Flash, Windows zero-day vulns leak from Hacking Team raid

UpdatedSecurity teams scrambling to patch serious flaws

Furor rages over ICANN and Facebook's bid to publish home addresses of website owners

Comment period over proposed changes to Whois ends today

Google hits TurboFan button on Chrome's JavaScript engine

New compiler tech offers up to 29% speed increase

BB10 AND Android? How BlackBerry can have its cake and eat it

AnalysisExpect GreenBerrys and BlackBerrys growing side by side

How a Cali court ruling could force a complete rethink of search results

The extraordinary case of the online retailer, special ops watches, and John Belushi

Robo-taxis, what are they good for? Er, the environment and traffic

And destroying a quarter of a million jobs

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