Meanwhile, trademark holder gets hit with $50,000 for pushing its luck
Commodore successor won over gamers, graphic artists alike
Nearline service goes live, creates nightmare for tape vendors
MongoDB, Redis, Elasticsearch, PostgreSQL to be thrown into the Bluemix
Users shirk managers for manual p@sswords claiming: 'Nobody can hack my mind'
New strategy means hardware business is just clinging on, at best
Update your 2015 MacBook Pro now if you want the disk inside it to live
Faster node speeds for 'practically unlimited' sources
Problem lets writers do just about anything to a site, but safety is a click away
England team's early exit suggests tactical naivety will continue after robo-apocalypse
Web coding changes power consumption on the client, says dev
ExclusiveGrumbling from techies as rules enforced to keep customers happy – source
Born in the cloud, only lives on Windows Server 2012, CAS servers kicked out of home
Business networking machine was rife with malicious link bait.
Update100 per cent – yup, ALL – contain significant vulns
White hats show how flaky, unloved audio broadcast tech is a massive attack vector
Reg RoundtableAccept software development as creative
Coming soon, to a court near you, the GEO-BLOCKING blockbuster
Global org's IT Agreement gets zero-tariff and duty-free updates
Big Brother software outfit is the toast of Silicon Valley
Vicious knuckling in midriff bulge for swollen big-boy
HPC blogIt's all about the power, kiddo. You either got it or you ain't
It did see ‘solid revenue growth on a constant currency basis’ though, so there's that
Boffins startled to make crucial discovery ... in a museum
ReviewCompact living room Core i5 put through its paces
Why the hell connect cars to the net anyway?
Oh yeah, and I hacked it again myself, it was easy peasy
But they said sorry before being sent down, so that's OK
Let's build out the software defined infrastructure
Old phone-tap promise not being kept?
Chocolate Factory hands out over $40,000 in bug bounties to sharp-eyed researchers
Bloke, 30, gets two years after international task force tracks him to Welsh wilderness
Blighty holds up, Germany drops 12 per cent to £1.7bn
Le Charteur des Snoopeurs gets go-ahead despite fears
AnalysisMore light shined on redact-happy DNS overlord
Exclusive + analysisA sorry story of whipped tales, angst and attrition
Watchdog sparks mass recall, sheds light on ridiculous flaw
Taxi drivers start legal war in the Great White North
Hungry telco goliath couldn't wait to polish off telly snack
Top of the pops again among tech giant rivals
Cruel 'dwarf' taunts must end NOW, m'kay?
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