Sneaky state-sponsored snoopery can be picked up by counting HTTP packets
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RSA 2015 The fix? RUN AWAY!
New Statesman launches highly improbable eight-legged unit of weight
CISA and CISPA bills 'undermine the Fourth Amendment'
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+Vid What a time to be alive
Aviators plan to keep carrier drones on the sidelines
+Vid Crash, bang, wallop, what a spacecraft – read our pre-obit
Chinese firm uses Xiaomi backing to Gingerly move into American markets
Real time fleecing of instant ad buys is a thing, says researcher
Vid Note to self: Musk do better next time
Dumb hackers can target Wi-Fi scabs via Nexus slabs
Promises to pipe workloads from anywhere into anything
Vid With the led lights out, it's less dangerous
Feature The enduring comic brilliance of the iconic underdog
Something for the Weekend, Sir? There are many cubicles – this one's mine
Vid Rocket boffins have a 60 second launch window
'Phantom' hack sends your iThings into a tailspin of torpor
VIDEO Big Blue working to add cold storage to OpenStack Swift
You say you want a Resolution?
French broadcast signal affected, social media disturbed
Featuring DevOps Kung fu - and how open source Windows is "definitely possible"
Life's Good for malware
There once was a racehorse called 'Hoof-Hearted'
Video It's literally all in the wrist
Vid Fancy a laugh? We've got footage of the gurning chumps
Vid Short on volts, long on potential, doesn't explode
Vid Test that cracked phablet's screen WASN'T FAIR, wails chaebol
Vid TV funnyman John Oliver gives whistleblower a hard time
Vid Researchers see bright future in camera chip
Something for the Weekend, Sir? Where's Kanye when you need him?
Vid Apple far from alone in 'flexi-gate' debacle
Breaking Fad Could the end finally be in sight for first-generation DAB?
No Minecraft videos were harmed in the making of this exploit
How's that business model looking, Dropbox?
Pic + vid Microsoft's brief flirtation with ARM-powered Windows RT tablets looks to be over: the Redmond giant has unveiled its latest fondleslab, the Surface 3, which is a dinky Atom-powered slate running a full version of Windows on Intel hardware. Up until this latest tablet, Surfaces have sported ARM-compatible processors, and Surface …