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Xsigo gooses I/O virtualizer

40 Gb/sec of InfiniBandwidth

Scosche Solbat2 solar charger

ReviewSunny disposition

Can Windows Phone 7 help Microsoft come from behind?

Failure an option not preferred

HP accuses Hurd of repeated lying

Ray Lane puts the boot in

Windows Phone 7 leaves operators on the hook

Locked-out operators want to know what's in it for them

Acer gets netbook Happy

Pastel colours to 'fill your life with excitement and joy'. Oh dear

Bruce Willis relaxes as asteroid skims Singapore

'Zero probability' of impact during fly-by

Virgin refreshes £8.50-a-month plan's phone line-up

Newish Nokias, old Samsungs

Yahoo! goes head-to-head with FaceTime!

Android invited to the party too

Rogue engineer supplied dodgy power to 1,500 homes

Hacking the grid

French network talks up Palm Pre 2

Plus puissant que son prédécesseur

Lovefilm to stream to PS3

More choice if you rent discs

Philip Green discovers ugly truth of government incompetence

Gravy train contains actual gravy

VMware boost vCloud Director cloud creator

VMworld EuropeAdds self-service portal, beefs capacity management

KeyCase iPad Folio Deluxe

ReviewThe tablet case with a built-in keyboard

Microsoft to stake Office 2010 beta on Halloween

Hopes downloads won't go bump in night

Windows Phone 7's best feature? It's not made by Google

Analysis'Tiles and hubs' aside, it's really fast and easy

DIY cloud box Pogoplug gets integrated wireless

Shares disks over Wi-Fi, internet

Gov rolls out 'dedicated area of the internet' for digi-ware tests

Do say: Innovationation! Don't say: Double-dip recession

Apple trade marks 'There's an app for that'

Reg subs break out in cold sweat

Viking Modular to double SSD speed

SandForce technology helps ramp up performance

Sex offender tagging system crashes

Database screw-up takes 16,000 off the grid

TPB 4 face prosecutor's wrath

The Pirate Bay plaintiff 'stands firm' on original verdict as appeal continues

CEOP chief accuses of putting kids at risk

Microsoft 'extremely unlikely' to maintain support, claims Gamble

Enslaved: Odyssey to the West

ReviewMonkey Tragic

Coalition promises to kill three-quarters of its websites

Not actually sure how many we've got though

Fujitsu's NAS box for beginners

Celvin Q800 is the (small) business

Windows Phone 7: handsets, operators compared

What to buy - and from whom

Facebook is 'killing privacy for commercial gain'

Crypto guru slates social networking

Pittsburgh boffinryplex fires up Altix UV 1000 combo-box

'Blacklight' to be joined by sister in Fusionopolis

Amazon shrinks books with Kindle Singles

Perfect for short attention spans 'killer ideas'

Google and friends scheme offshore windmill army

$5bn underwater power backbone

Windows to Linux defections to outpace Unix shifts in 2011

Recession or no recession, the penguin paddles

Ruskie gang hijacks Microsoft network to push penis pills

Redmond abused as scammers' IP bitch

Capgemini pushes efficiency limits in Swindon data centre

Merlin wields thermodynamic magic wand

Foxconn fires back at abuse allegations

'Caged' workers find powerful protector?

Intel reports first $11bn-plus quarter

Exuberant but not 'irrationally exuberant'

Microsoft releases fixes for record number of vulns

49 bugs squished

Cloudera and Membase unveil NoSQL togetherness

Hyper-scale analytics

Intel: 2010 is not your grandfather's refresh cycle

Servers, enterprise PCs keep plugging along

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