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Amazon dodges $1.5bn US tax bill: It's OK to run sales through Europe out of IRS reach – court

If only we could all open a Luxembourg office, eh?

Australia bins safe harbour, presses ahead with Minister-as-NetAdmin plan

A land where the minister runs the internet and the media runs a minister

Our Sun's been using facial scrub: No spots for two weeks

Move along, nothing to see here, says NASA. It's just Sol cycling as usual

Disney plotting 15 more years of Star Wars

First we'll get non-digital Leia and Han Solo: Young Adult with Chewie and Falcon back-story

Google slaps Symantec for sloppy certs, slow show of SNAFUs

UpdatedCerts will keep working, but Chrome will be suspicious, soon

Boffins reveal how to pour a perfect glass of wine with no drips. First step, take a diamond...

VideoGroove breakthrough prevents shameful leakage

FedEx will deliver you $5.00 just to install Flash

Bribes on offer as courier's custom printing service needs Adobe's security sinkhole

First the Rise of the Machines, now this: UK military's Exercise Information Warrior

CommentFrom drones to smart warships. Well, sort of

Inside OpenSSL's battle to change its license: Coders' rights, tech giants, patents and more

AnalysisDevs who fail to respond to call for change will count as 'yes' votes for AL 2.0

Yet another job menaced by AI! Uh, wait, it says here... Dance Dance Revolution designers

Is this the last waltz for bonkers music game's level makers?

Squirrel sinks teeth into SAN cabling, drives Netadmin nuts

On-Call'Chittering' under raised floor was the sound of a disaster recovery lesson

Gov may need to splash £245m per year on IT contractors – NAO

Please come back freelancers, forget IR35: all is forgiven

MPs slam 'dismal' cost savings of government procurement body

Crown Clown Commercial Service

Why do GUIs jump around like a demented terrier while starting up? Am I on my own?

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Ever so lone lone lone lone a-lonely

Did you know: Crimelords behind DDoS attacks offer customer loyalty points?

Tweaking business models for greater 404 kerching

Ofcom wants automatic compensation for the people when ISPs fail

Watchdog proposes fines for everyday repairs, installations and appointments are missed

I've Been Moved: IBMers in same division slapped with 2nd redundo scheme in 2 months

Deathly Hallows Mark ii

Profitless Twitter starts rumour of paid-for Tweetdeck option

Gotta do something to break even, right?

Google pulls Hezbollah YouTube channel after we told them about the drone ads

All the tools you need

UK.gov confirms it won't be buying V-22 Ospreys for new aircraft carriers

Also confirms earlier operational date for HMS Queen Elizabeth

Oz companies fume as Enetica outage enters its second day

Hosting service's access to .au registry suspended

Lloyds Banking Group axing hundreds of jobs again

And that's even before all of those techies are farmed out to IBM

Alternative vet Quartermaine exits Daisy, Daisy...

Bicycles into the sunset

Capacity shortage hits AWS UK micro instances

Elastic cloud snaps back

GiftGhostBot scares up victims' gift-card cash with brute-force attacks

Software nasty can burn through 1.7 million account numbers per hour

Pure Silicon Valley: Medium asks $5 a month for absolutely nothing

AnalysisThink of it as being your own mini-VC without shares

'Windows 10 destroyed our data!' Microsoft hauled into US court

Updated'Dodgy' unwanted operating system update sparks potential class-action lawsuit

After London attack, UK gov lays into Facebook, Google for not killing extremist terror pages

PM's spokesman and foreign secretary wave warning finger

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