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  • Xen sticks pin in bug behind Rackspace GLOBAL CLOUD REBOOT
  • EMC quietly wheels out GIANT SPYCAM MOVIE storage box
  • Hipster chimps are SLAVES to the latest social trends
  • SPECIAL iPHONE TROUSERS will ease Apple into the fashion world
  • Apple is GOLDBRICKING IT: BEHOLD the iPad Glister-Slab
  • Meet AMD's pole-dancing 64-bit ARM chip: Hierofalcon wants to be in a mast near you
  • Wide Open Data: NYC taxi dump catches strip club Johns
  • Biz coughs up even <i>less</i> for security, despite mega breach losses
  • AWS Enterprise Summit 2014 hits the heart of London
  • Reddit trousers $50m to splash on ads, mobile and cash-generating staffers
  • CIOs: What’s stopping you getting on the board?
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  • Speaking in Tech: HP-EMC merger 'redonkulous' says EMC man Chad Sakac
  • DVLA website GOES TITSUP on day paper car tax discs retire
  • That PERSONAL DATA you give away for free to Facebook 'n' pals? It's worth at least ?140
  • Windows 10: One for the suits, right Microsoft? Or so one THOUGHT
  • Gridstore bigs up hyper-converged box: Our storage nodes 'know' what Hyper-V needs
  • A moment of brilliance? UPnP for Internet of Stuff lightbulbs
  • Microsoft outspends world's tech firms with '€5m' EU lobby bill
  • Cable guy, <i>Games of Thrones</i> chap team up to make <i>Reg</i> 'best sci-fi film never made' reject
  • Larry Ellison, Oracle's humble CTO, demos cloud migration at OpenWorld
  • German data commish makes a Hamburger out of Google
  • You dirty RAT: Hong Kong protesters hit by iOS, Android spyware
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  • Researcher details nasty XSS flaw in popular web editor
  • The Geek Chorus: 'Give MARK ZUCKERBERG all the DATA he wants!'
  • DataDirect Networks stuffs tricky GPFS file system into GS7K box
  • Huawei promises €1.5 BILLION French investment
  • AMD, Oracle sweep their glasses off the table, ARM wrestle Hadoop for the data center
  • Nadella tells India: Microsoft data centres coming YOUR way
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  • US Attorney Gen latest to roast Apple, Google mobe encryption
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  • Google promises MORE CHOCOLATE to squish Chrome bugs
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  • Telstra announces <i>another</i> national WiFi rollout
  • Hong Kong protest puts mesh nets to the test in state censorship smash
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