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Native hypervisor coming to OpenBSD

Foundation flings cash at effort to craft old-school virtual machine manager

Delhi close to issuing city-wide Wi-Fi tender

Google, Facebook, Cisco et al ready for RFP feeding frenzy

AMD rattles Nvidia's cage with hardware-based GPU virtualization

VMworld 201515 users, one chip

Brocade virtualises flow monitoring to Fibre Channel

'Tapless' traffic analysis

Data retention soggy with SPAM

As deadline looms, Govt offers email olive branch for non-compliant sector

Intel, NSF tip dollars into IoT security

Medical devices, smart cars, smart homes in sights

Prepare to be Thunderstruck: What if 'deuszu' ISN'T the Ashley Madison hacker?

Attribution is harder than a taste in music

All pixels go: World's biggest sky-gazing camera gets final sign-off

Construction starts on LSST's 3.2 gigapixel monster cam

Canned laughter for Canadians selling cans of air at $15 a pop

Duo finds a tidy profit pawning off cans of atmosphere

US mulls unprecedented Chinese sanctions in wake of hacks – report

Asian power plays ramp up

Google bods reform DEMOCRACY in coconut or vitamin water quandry

'Utopian' social network could go official – but then, it is on Google+ ... so

Mac malware has a neat trick to install itself on OS X fans' machines

Click of doom

MoD gets green light to splash £7.8m on Oracle licences

Database goliath reaffirms its stranglehold, despite cost-cutting efforts

Trumped up lobby group tries to get EU data protection watered down

Don't make us choose between EU and US, beg Swedish companies

Oh no, startup Massive Analytic unleashes 'artificial precognition'

Well, we're pretty much doomed then

Farewell to Borland C++: Embarcadero releases Delphi and C++ Builder 10

PreviewIt's CLANG all the way in new RAD Studio

The future of IT is – to deliver automation. Discuss

Sysadmin blogAdapt or die, says Trevor Pott

Turn-by-turn directions coming to Ordnance Survey Maps

Hands OnSuper stealth map app gains features – but needs more offline

No more jaw-jaw, as PRS sues SoundCloud over music streaming

AnalysisIs the balance of power still tipped towards large tech companies?

Apple muscles in on biz world AGAIN – this time with Cisco pact

Will hanging on the telephone help shift more iOS gear to enterprises?

NCA targeted by Lizard Squad in apparent DDoS revenge attack

There’s no skill in this, agency sneers

Infineon CEO admits auto-chip biz may be a takeover target

German company is still looking for acquisitions, but may soon cash in its chips

Microsoft backports data slurp to Windows 7 and 8 via patches

But no creepy Redmond robo-buddy for Windows 10 hold-outs – yet

Seagate births 8TB triplets and a 2TB mobile nipper

Who says spinning rust is finished?

Back to school: Six of the smartest cheap 'n' cheerful laptops

Product RoundupThe usual suspects for studious souls

Ashley Madison: ‘Our site is full of women, and members are growing’

You haters are wrong – megabreach ’twas but a flesh wound

CSC beefs up public sector biz with $390m merger deal

Okays SRA soiree – whatever will be will be

Snap out of the snapshot habit, says mutant upstart Reduxio

Hybrid storage bods make play into crowded market

Falcon 9 fireworks display grounds SpaceX

No launches on the roster for another couple of months

Europe yawns at EU robo-commish Ansip's digital plans

CommentOnly 8 per cent want to watch Estonian footie in Brussels. Proles!

Giant sea scorpion which prowled ancient oceans revealed

Fossilised remains of 'bizarre' predatory beast uncovered in Iowa

Mashed together malware threatens Japanese online banking users

Making good use of the things that they find ...

Ecuador and Sweden in 'constructive talks' – just don't mention Assange™ by name

Beetlejuice, Voldemort and now Julian

Danwood CEO Francis exits stage left

Hauled half-dead print services biz back to black

New Xen bug uses security feature to destroy security

Dis-ARM-ing flaw can cook your console

Ed Snowden crocked cloud, says VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger

VMworld 2015Oh no! Biz needs cross-cloud abstraction to move data across borders

Web giants gang up to take on MPEG LA, HEVC Advance with royalty-free streaming codec

Joining forces for cheap, fast 4K video

Hidden password-stealing malware lurking in your GPU card? Intel Security thinks not

Neat trick but not undetectable

Apple: Hey TV people, wanna be in the same place Samsung phones are these days?

Do you wanna make telly shows with us – or with the losers?

Ex-Secret Service agent who siphoned Bitcoin from Silk Road takes plea deal

Admitted to pocketing a cool $820,000 during investigation

Telstra helped scupper new competition laws: report

'Big end of town' breathes sigh of relief

Bloke clicks GitHub 'commit' button in Visual Studio, gets slapped with $6,500 AWS bill

Oh, did you mean that to be a PRIVATE repository?

VMware bids to bust out of servers and onto Windows desktops

VMworld 2015AirWatch tweaked to manage Win10

There's no Wayback in Russia: Putin blocks Archive.org

How easily one forgets

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