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SCADA worm a 'nation state search-and-destroy weapon'

With giant bullseye on Iran nukes

RIM's iPad rival 'arrives next week'

BlackPad on launch pad

Startup takes WAN optimization to the clouds

You don't need no stinking box (most of the time)

Weather gets granular with GPUs

HPC BlogJust say NOAA

Oracle stamps authority on Java roadmap

OpenWorld JavaOneSun doesn't work here anymore

UK schools to maintain ICT spending

Despite budget constraints

Philips 32PFL9705 Ambilight 32in LED backlit TV

ReviewMagic lantern?

Youth Justice Board about to face legal onslaught

Children's rights group ARCH prepares for war

GPU-CPU hybrids promise the moon*

HPC Blog*Code headaches not included

Europe sets minimum PNR standards

Transfers for terror and serious crime only

Head in the clouds

Sysadmin blogTrevor swoons over Cloudmin

US college girls: Fatter roomie helps control 1st-year plumpening

Rubenesque cohabitees set good example, apparently

Leica revamps rangefinder and compact models

£20k M9 special edition, anyone?

Is Seagate poised to go private?

What spins around goes around

Twitter blames website upgrade for re-introducing XSS hole

Rainbow tweets point to crock of sh...

Microsoft hopes divi rise will buy off investors

Multi-billion dollar debt hike too

Piracy threats lawyer mocks 4chan DDoS attack

'Big whoop'

Czechs stop Google Street View

Ignored our laws

Paris brushes off Japanese ejection over coke bust

Wants to focus on fragrance and fashion lines

LG launches low-cost BlackBerry rival

Town about town

Visa looks at NYC wave-pay trial, says 'I wanna be a part of it'

No Oyster, Octopus or Orca required

MS pitches Windows 7 at biz world ahead of Chrome OS release

Don't wait for Google rival Internet Explorer 9, urges Ballmer crew

4chan invades Tea Party website

Spiked

Moses' parting of the Red Sea: New sim explains whole thing

Israelites not chosen people, merely extremely lucky

Disability rights activist chains self to tax office desk

OpinionTaking the direct route on system failures

Swedes brew up 18.5 per cent 'Ace of Spades Porter'

Porter? You'll need a porter alright

Google crowdsources card index for 'humanity's last library'

Garbage in, garbage out

Panasonic expands Micro Four Thirds range

Lumix DMC-GH2 notches up 24p video

Apple iPod Shuffle 4G

ReviewNot-so-slight return

Xerox joins HP in printing by email

Just be sure the spam filter is in place

Bristol Council mulls mixed FOSS, Microsoft upgrade

One step back, two steps forward

Trojan poses as skeleton key jailbreak utility

greenpois0n and the poison pill

T-Mobile to fling Froyo at Samsung Galaxy S guys

Update coming this month

Lettuce head e-fit draws a blank

Coppers fail to bag Salad-haired thief

Blighty's carriers to field Windows Phone 7

Anyone care?

GPU Tech Conference - Tuesday show recap

GPU Tech Video BlogGPU-riffic!

From Cameron to Gazza, everyone loves Angry Birds

Mobile gaming just isn't cool any more

China's Nebulae supercomputer - zero to second in 3 months

HPC BlogThe perils of big-system assembly

Portable, rapid DNA analysis tech developed

Could allow mobile database checks by plods

Seagate straddles two horses in next gen disk race

HAMR and BPM

Vodafone shares subscriber info with world+dog

For your convenience

AT&T chief: 'All your iPhone are belong to us'

Trapped subs ease Verizon threat

Power Assure revs data center power control wares

NASA onboard

Facebook OKed by Canada privacy czar (for now)

Canuck eyes Zuck

IE captain flees Microsoft for Google

'I want to do good,' vows 15-year Redmond vet

Flaws on ESPN Fantasy Football site make cheating a snap

Game fixing trivial

Google frees Gmail updates from Android

(A little) less fragmentation

Oracle preps Google and Microsoft Office challenger

OpenWorldCloud Office floats Java against AJAX

Google's Microsoft browser outlives Wave nonsense

Chrome IE takes bow

IGF and crazy cabbies pull world together

Internet Governance ForumThe end is not nigh

Red Hat revenues bulge 20%

Channel the hero in Q2

Google mounts attack on penis-pill pushers

One minion at a time

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