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Microsoft 'record' results beat Jedi mind trickery

Cloud company you are not

IBM launches zEnterprise 196 'data center in a box'

Mainframe battles back

Apple, Google, NASA, and the Rainbow connection

Roger Penrose's Silicon Valley crash pad

Overland Storage overhauls tape library and SnapServers

Bigger tape library and SnapServer

Google offers IE users faster Wave gravy

OSCONSplash it all over

Acer beTouch E400 Android smartphone

ReviewHTC beater?

Premium rate rants plummet again

I just called to say I hate you rather less

HDS coy about future compression tech

Who, us?

Dell blames staff for malware infection

Bloody humans

OFT outlines plans to protect online shoppers

Punters need scam education

Voting reform finally on the agenda

How fair MPs want the system is debatable

NAND flash bottleneck being blown away

Thank you Samsung and Toshiba

iPhones dialling up premium-rate bills again

It's enough to make one side with Apple

Country plods still not carrying mobile data devices

Seven forces have no digital coppers at all

Unpatched shortcut vuln exploited by mainstream malware

'Bottom feeders' latch onto zero-day bug

Canvas chairman gives up Phorm job

Kip Meek to appoint CEO

HP to pitch Windows Slate at Big Biz

WebOS tablets, netbooks for consumers

Spitzer 'scope spots Buckyballs in spaaace

Carbon-60 confirmed in distant nebula

'Freeware' phishing kit dupes s'kiddies

Dishonour among thieves

PARIS skins up with Rizlas and dope

Well, tissue paper and PVA...

Microsoft's ARM deal fuels hope of a chilled-out Xbox

Planning an A4, or perhaps a Cell?

Google cranks up Chrome release schedule

Quantity and quality - together at last

BBC Trust green lights Corporation's news app

No brainer

Possibly the world's most pointless review

The Sumo Lounge Sway Couple Beanbag Chair

ACTA leaks - but secret squirrel stays secret

Fingers point to the USA

'Soft robots' will use gut-wrenching propulsion method

Bowel-churning caterpillar boffinry breakthrough

The Sun saves parasailing donkey's ass

Flying days over, red top assures

Olympus PEN E-PL1 Micro Four-Thirds camera

ReviewSuperb

Apple delays white iPhone 4 - again

Real antenna fix coming?

Couple charged over hybrid car industrial espionage plot

GM secrets allegedly offered to Chinese rival

London bike hire scheme suffers pre-launch wobbles

Tourists excluded, payment site punctured

IBM's zEnterprise 196 CPU: Cache is king

Analysis'The fastest CPU in the world.' And more

Home Office mobe theft fight doubles in importance

Stolen phones in runaway value explosion

UK.gov soaps up public in latest data appeal

Sleepless in see-through panties

Oracle has '$70bn, five-year acquisition plan'

Oh wait, no it doesn't

BBC news apps squeeze onto iPhone, iPad

Android stays paranoid

Forget the Jesus Phone, here's the Rude Phone

NSFWA grubby little handset

Software giant SAS loses copyright case in London

David beats Goliath, Goliath says he's fine actually

Ex-staffer pleads guilty to massive T-Mobile data scam

Another yet to face the beak

UK's Zephyr robo sun-plane in record-buster 2-week flight

Ideal for missions not too far from the Equator

Forrester: IT spending growth holding up

Asia and Latin America counterbalance Europe

Google is ‘Obama’s Halliburton’

So who's Dick Cheney?

Riverbed removes steel from WAN juicing Steelhead

Fake appliance goes anywhere

Intel and Nokia's MeeGo Linux gets car boost

Penguin is my co-pilot

Judas Phone: more Photoshop tomfoolery

How many fingers does a guy need?

Blacklight: Tango Down

Shoot, is that all you got?

vBulletin vuln gifts admin credentials to unwashed masses

Just type 'database'

Google tests (semi) HTML5 YouTube embed code

It works with HTML5. Except when it doesn't

Empires built on free code aren't cheap

Open...and ShutStarting up is cheap. Success is expensive

Security world ill-equipped to solve digital whodunnits

'Unqualified and pedestrian'

Mozilla tames Firefox tab monster with Candy

Sweet organization

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