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How Microsoft will cram Windows 10 even harder down your PC's throat early next year

New OS will be 'recommended' automatic update

Anonymous hack group plans to out anonymous hate group

Operation KKK plans payback by lifting the hood on 1,000 Ku Klux Klan members

Accountant robbed of 1600 records in Xero tax fraud raid: report

Australian Taxation Office offers business-as-usual for the afflicted

Netflix containerises its open source effort in Docker non-shocker

This whole microservices caper looks less like a House of Cards every day

Indian net neutrality fans tell Facebook to Zuck off labelled land-grab while real problem of connectivity remains

World Q3 smartphone shipments: 355 million, 354m, 342m or 366m?

The correct answer is 'E - all of the above' as analysts spray numbers around

Lone wolves could be behind multi-million dollar Cryptowall ransomware racket

Top tech firms say group is 'immensely successful'

Have a Plan A, and Plan B – just don't go down with the ship

Paranoia and obsessiveness will keep you afloat

Has Voyager 1 escaped the Sun yet? Yes, but also no, say boffins

Venerable probe's last original engineer retires, FORTRAN and Algol-fluent replacements sought

Tor Messenger beta debuts, promises unlogged Jabber for all

Instant messages with onion breath to scare away the spooks

Why was the modem down? Let us count the ways. And phone lines

On-CallWas the idiot behind this phone call managing your money?

UK finance sector: IT security testing 'becoming close to mandatory'

Voluntary in name only

Open data not a replacement for FOI - Shadow digital minister

Claims plans afoot to attack Blair's biggest regret

Second UK teen suspect arrested over TalkTalk hack

MPCCU officers search youngster’s Surrey address

DataDirect Networks begins its storage apple cart disruption ops

CommentMainstreamers flounder while data storage company booms

Police in US, Europe raid homes of supersnoop Droidjack RAT suspects

Users, not makers are target of cop crackdown

China, Germany moving closer to no-hack pact

Signals intelligence, diplomatic snooping still OK though

Deutsche Bank to axe 'excessively complex' IT, slash 9,000 jobs

Guys, do we really need 45 operating systems?

Get 'em out for the... readers: The Sun scraps its online paywall

Low web traffic prompts rethink from the Murdoch empire

Unpatched, passcode-free smartphones. Yes, they're everywhere

Results make Android seem scary this All Hallows' Eve

Top cops demand access to the UK's entire web browsing history

IPBDon't call it a comeback, but this is looking like the Snoopers' Charter again

Brit mobile pay biz reveals historical cyber attacks, gets smacked in the share price

'Small number' of customers' details in public domain

Chrome OS is not dead, insists Google veep in charge of Chrome OS

Merger of Android and Googly platform is probably still a goer

Post-pub nosh neckfiller special: The WHO bacon sarnie of death

Warning: Contains red meat, alcohol, arsenic and asbestos

TalkTalk downplays extent of breach damage, gives extra details

Credit cards 'cannot be used for financial transactions'

Google, SAP continue love-in with a patent-share agreement

Deal covers a ‘broad range’ of technologies ... but that’s all we know

Last orders cost Quantum dear as it limps to $11.2m loss

CEO: Overall market challenging, but disk and tape held up well

Volvo eyes kangaroo detection tech

Skippy on radar, hit the brakes

Why Europe threw net neutrality slacktivists under a bus

Special ReportBecause 'good enough' is better than... years of fighting

Seagate’s suffering from mighty profit droop syndrome

It's a head-scratcher alright. Time for change?

Hacked TalkTalk CEO: Dead as a Dido? Nope, she refuses to quit

ISP boss has 'full support of the board'

We are entering the data-aware infrastructure era

CommentStorage systems analyse and operate on their own data

Cassini probe teases with intimate Enceladus snaps

Beams back first images from Saturnian moon fly-by

Insert headline here for Microsoft Office tweaks

A round-up of new tools and tricks for Chrome, Skype, Android and Visual Basic fans

The story of .Gay: This bid is too gay! This bid is not gay enough! This bid is just right?

ICANN community process under fire after baffling rulings

Warm your fingers by the bonfire of vanity on-premises storage

CommentRome’s burning faster than thought but slower than hoped

Buy a slice of the next Facebook with just your credit card and browser

SEC OKs Kickstarter-on-steroids websites selling shares in private startups

Use Skype if you want to report a crime, say cops

Brit police toys with video-chat meetings in bid to save time and money

Microsoft scares the bejesus out of Skype users with x12 price hike

Don't panic, it's just a Redmond screwup

Net neutrality debate: If startups want to rival Google, they must show some green to telcos

So says the CEO of Deutsche Telekom, a, er, telco giant

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