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Big Blue shrinks 'Westmere' Xeon towers

More oomph for SMBs

Oracle sued for alleged fraud against US gov

'Ten of millions of dollars in overcharges'

Nokia C5

ReviewCompact candybar for avid texters

Retailers lobby for lower charges for contactless payments

We're not made of money

Javascripters promise Jobs-free HTML5 for iPad

Spanning the Android

Intel stuffs speedy security into silicon

Otellini's 'job one'

Report damns health records scheme

'Benefits yet to be realised, hard to articulate and difficult to isolate'

Terror data handover seriously flawed

CommentEU gives up bank data, for nothing in return

New Xbox 360 said to 'still scratch discs'

So don't move your console, OK

DHS slams US gov network security

Better info sharing to plug info holes?

Sony sets UK PlayStation Move prices

Anticipating VAT rise?

Qualcomm back in the EU's sights

UK company calls foul

Birmingham jihad-cam network suspended

Covert CCTV controversy cooled

Virtual management - a lesson from history

BlogWetware still required

Killer piranha stalk Folkestone pond

Angler has narrow escape from razor teeth of death

Is running a datacentre just like running a kitchen?

AnalysisBladeroom hosts chill-out session

Ingram grabs Spanish distie

Say hola to Albora

World Cup: Holland to win, Spain to slump

World Cup StatsWe know the score. Yes

Samsung gears up to make half-terabyte flash drives

State of the art toggle

Did ID card applications surge after scheme was scrapped?

Number of cards jumped in dying weeks

Firefox comes over all cloudy

Weave becomes Sync, and almost works

WD SiliconEdge Blue 256GB SSD

ReviewHard drive maker's solid state offering

Software freetards demand axing of ACTA

Anti-anti-counterfeiting clamour

AOL offloads Bebo - for 'exceptionally uninspiring number'?

UpdatedTotal value destruction

Googlegate: Mapping a scandal of global proportions

OpinionGoogle is not above the law

Autopsy on wacky Jacqui's ID astroturfing

Toe-curlingly awful Web2.0 site - spending your money so you don't have to

Tape business shows steep decline

Heading for irrelevance?

Hybrid CD vinyl unites warring tribes

The feud is finally over

NFC will be in all Nokia smartphones from 2011

Who says NFC is dead? Well... we did

Hidden in plain view: Google Music's stealth infrastructure

Catalog and payments? Check...

Virginia cops liberate bound goat from car trunk

DUI checkpoint in half-baked caprine drama

Nobel Prize winner on dodgy World Cup ball

It was much better when it was pig bladders and severed heads

Apple not yet dominant enough for anti-trust action

OpinionSafe to act like a spoiled child for now?

Canadians form adulterers' privacy campaign

'Phone bills outed us too!'

Sunny Spain suspends solar subsidy scam

€18bn flushed down the baño

iPad gouges netbook sales

Punters keep taking the tablets

Vodafone customers collaborate to chart coverage

Are you giving me signals?

LibCons bin £2bn of late Labour projects

Leaves axe dangling above another £8.5bn worth

Indonesia flips over internet rock star smut clips

Naughty vid precipitates deletion/restriction frenzy

Microsoft unveils one-stop service for reporting stolen accounts

Matching banks with pilfered creds

Apple's fresh Mac mini stripped naked

Jobs' baby bared

Firefoxers howl as privacy add-on auto updates with 'bloatware'

UpdatedOverstuffed TACO

Researcher shows how to strike back at web assailants

Exploiting the exploiters

Pakistani lawyer petitions for death of Mark Zuckerberg

Police probe Facebook chief over 'Draw Muhammad' contest

HP and Yahoo! team up to print ads in your home

'@!%&*?!' screams the intertubes

Cisco to reveal next 'Data Center 3.0' push

Seeding the inter-clouds

FalconStor wins HDS as VTL reseller

Dedupe software merged with AMS 2000 arrays

IBM preps AIX 7.1 for autumn Power7 harvest

Little boxes and big bad iron

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