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AMD laughs at Intel with Opteron Bulldozers

Have fun with that socket upgrade, boys

IBM to ship GPU blade server in December

SC10Four blades gang for 2 teraflops bang

Buffalo USB 3.0 ExpressCard 34

ReviewSuperSpeed interfacing for your laptop

Google bosses get tasty raise

10 per cent good enough for troops, not for officers

Gov report urges total consumer contract law overhaul

Make three consumer sales laws into one simplified law

Apple antennagate scapegoat scooped up by Cisco

Boardroom-hopping exec joins networking giant

BridgeSTOR dedupes primary storage for small biz

Bridge to the cloud coming

Dixons drops exclusive Toshiba Android tablet

UpdateYanked temporarily due to 'very high return rates'

Amazon adds GPUs to EC2 HPC clouds

SC10Where's InfiniBand networking?

Koobface takedown exposes money trail

Face/off

AOL preps mail beta

World continues to turn

MS preps service pack blocker tool for Windows 7, Server 2008 R2

SP1 action coming to a screen near you soon

Calls for US nudie perv scanner 'opt-out day'

NSFW'Go for the groin grope', Thanksgiving trippers urged

Three tempts mobile broadband buyers with free Times access

Sidestep the Thunderer's paywall

Scareware cold-callers target 1 in 4

Bogus software scam riles UK.gov

EMC buys Isilon for $2.25bn

UpdateEarly Christmas shopping

Gmail creator and FriendFeed co-founder quits Facebook

Buchheit has 'very little desire' to work on email

No hiding place - facial biometrics will ID you, RSN

OpinionFalling costs and error rates threaten to eliminate privacy

Toshiba Portégé R700 13in notebook

ReviewOne-time MacBook Air alternative gets chubby in middle age

PS3 jailbreak seller hits back with firmware downgrade

Step back in time to re-apply console crack

Brocade delivers 10gig FCoE switching

VDX products

Democratic phone network turns dictatorial

Giffgaff, the network run by... someone else

Man cracks open floppy disk, inserts USB Flash drive

The return of the 3.5in diskette

Auction for failed games developer hit by DDoS attack

Everything must go...

How to make boots on Mars affordable - One way trips

Space Cowboys oldster-pioneers to live in cave habitats

SGI gets its HPC mojo back with CPU-GPU hybrids

SC10Sticking it to racks and blades

Missing piece completes Stuxnet jigsaw

Malware targets frequency converter drives from two specific vendors

Brocade: Vertically integrated IT stacks are dying

CommentIt always fails

Nokia C7 will go NFC next year

But we still don't know why...

Apple adds Ping kill switch to iTunes

But has Jobs done a deal with Macca?

Don't wait to obey European data laws

Stronger laws are coming, but you still have to follow current ones

Tumblr and 4chan knock each other out

Fight! DoS attacks, hacks and erm... kittens fly wildly

Wikileaks urges Time death-list spot for Assange

Questionable anti-assassination tactic

Google accused of hard-coding own links in search

UpdatedHarvard prof waves Google antitrust 'smoking gun'

Facebook unveils 'next-gen' messaging system

'It's not email. It's everything'

Apple yanks Snow Leopard Server 10.6.5 update

UpdatedTrouble trove prompts disappearing act

AMD joins Intel mobile Linux push

Fusion play

'Super-secret' debugger discovered in AMD CPUs

Password-protected feature goes beyond x86

Cray kicks out midrange XE6m super

SC10Gonna wake up in a Gemini dream

Facebook 'next-gen' comms (sorta) answer Google beef

@facebook.com email handles exportable

SAP chief apologies to Oracle for TomorrowNow theft

Top-brass sent to bed without supper

Facebook's new comms: 'our largest ever engineering project'

15 whole engineers tackle Hbase!

Eric Schmidt whips out mystery Android

'Ah, but I said no...Nexus Two'

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