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Storage smackdown: EMC and NetApp go head-to-head

Converged IT stack ding-dong

NetApp Revs up ONTAP software

Sysadmins get more thrust and better control

SIA forecasts semi sales stall in 2012

IC Insights: 'don't be a bummer'

The forgotten, fat generation of Mac Portables

This Old BoxLong before the Air, there was Lord Lard Ass

Hacker unshackles Kinect from Xbox

Microsoft not amused

NetApp heads in same direction. Only faster

Array into the future

Kingston Technology DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 32GB

ReviewSuperSpeed storage on your keyring

VKernel does Hyper-V bean counting

Virtual machines cost real dollars — and now you'll pay

Multi-coring FAS6200 processors

What's the secret sauce

Steelie Neelie calls for 'every vehicle digital'

Glorious EU networked/electric car future foreseen

French go after Google for brand grab

We say Non!

E Ink unwraps colour e-paper reader

Triton to sink tablets?

Treasury asks for advice on eMoney

Who'd want to be a banker these days?

Vodafone flogs stake in Japanese carrier for £3.1bn

Needs cash to chip at debt

Tracking website eyeballs SpyEye

Security researcher plays Trojan peekaboo

Oracle enlists private dick to sniff out HP boss

Larry Ellison stalks Leo Apotheker, says report

Oz docs prescribed iPads by Premier

Vote me back in, and I'll hand 'em out, says state chief

HMRC spent £765m through Aspire last year

Just under half of supplier budget spent on IT outsourcing deal

Opera Mobile pops up on Android

But the fat lady ain't singing yet

Did break the law with its child database?

AnalysisWhitehall promises answers on specs of binned ContactPoint

Samsung NF210 dual-core netbook

ReviewQuirky design, state-of-the-art Atom CPU

Call of Duty: Black Ops

ReviewGo nuts in 'Nam

NHS website stops whingers clogging up the surgeries

100 million visitors can't be wrong

Firesheep developer poohpoohs mitigation tools

Woolly thinking on cookie-jacker-slapping

Facebook beats Google's block

Upload your contacts... bitch

Two-faced world spends billions on climate help, fossil fuel

CommentNot by the same people though...

Terracotta dumps Big Java's garbage problem

BigMemory for useless heaps

Stormy Peters jumps GNOME ship for Mozilla

As one door opens, another door opens...

Amazon awards self slimmer slice of newspaper pie

Doubles cut for publishers

Elon Musk vs NASA and the US rocket industry - ding ding!

Seconds out for the space fight of the century

Student Cluster Competition: The runners and riders

SC10Checking out the form book

Why Symbian failed: developers, developers, developers

Andrew's Mailbag ExtraFear and loathing in active objects!

Co-op cashier's breasts overcharged for fruit and veg

Mortified employee receives HR support

'One-trick pony' Zuckerberg yet to prove CEO worth

Show me the money... bitch

Lenovo sub-notebook outed

Lots of ports, odd design, autumnal colours

Oil heir loses $6m in 'CIA-Opus-Dei' malware murder scam

Pianoman got played for six years

Marvell fires first shot in ARM-x64 server scrap

Armada XP cruisers versus Xeon battleships

Counter-terror review to consider net jihadis

Extremism filters back on agenda?

Reg hacks crawl from London to Brighton

Cantankerous 1904 jalopy no match for PARIS team

Oracle gets DoJ to dismiss some aspects of fraud case

Court fight still incoming

Microsoft unveils cloud-mounting SQL Server

'New generation' of Visual Studio tools promised

US Marine hover-jeep to get robotic hands-off controls

'Good morning. All selections other than LZ CERTAIN DEATH are disabled'

The autistic network: Web2.0 makes you dumb

'One nation under a format', New York Review of Books pronounces

ScaleMP shared memory clusters tuned for Xeon 7500s

Upgrade for added juice

AMD ships first Fusion processors

CPU + GPU = APU (finally)

World's largest pilot union shuns full-body scanners

Warning cites radiation risk

Google search rolls out 'instant' site previews

Check-out-but-never-leave tech goes live

Quest gets some Bakbone for $55m

Upright data protection

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