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Schmidt: Google Chrome OS 'a few months away'

Android Gingerbread 'weeks away'

Stony Brook in action at the Student Cluster Competition

SC10Why 'Bear-O-Dactyl'? Because it sounds scary

Florida A & M show up. Their hardware doesn't

SC10SCC update

Colorado: Is the fourth time the charm?

SC10SCC update

LSU Tigers defend home bayou

SC10SCC Update

Purdue Shhh....Boilermakers coding

SC10SCC update

Meet NTHU

SC10The pride of Taiwan clusters in the bayou

HPC clustering: A new spectator sport in Lone Star state?

SC10Umm... Texas Longhorns SCC update

GPUs go crazy at SCC

SC10Quiet confidence on the Russian front

World's most advanced rootkit penetrates 64-bit Windows

Windows driver signing mincemeat

Calxeda gears up for server ARM race

SC10'We need a new clock'

Apache strikes back in Oracle Java standoff

Ball's in your court, Larry, not ours

Baidu boss: Google don't know China

Native search giant nabs 99% of Chinese netizens

Ten... budget Android smartphones

Product Round-upLow-cost handsets for the hard up

Farming subsidy database 'breaches privacy rights'

ECJ frowns on agricultural exposure

Hitachi GST ends STEC's monopoly

Fibre Channel SSDs here at last

Cyber cops crush plod-snapper site following Millbank riot

Offending page now much more popular

Coraid lands $25m funding whopper

Underdog manufacturer can bark louder

Acoustic gunshot locators get UK military field trials

Bullet-crack backtrack attack-smack

Hitachi quietly slips in new, big hardness

And Hitachi makes three, so it's over to you, Samsung

TalkTalk posts jolly six months

It's good to (be) TalkTalk

Dell tablet-netbook combo PC out next week

Duo in-bound

Spy app firm charges £1.86 to remove its software

App developer targets the deeply paranoid

IRC botnets dying off

Web-based zombies dominate

Samsung readies Google TV tellies

Takes aim at Sony

'Spacetime cloak' could act as 'Star Trek transporter'

Hey boffins: You do the science, we write the headlines, OK?

LightSquared lights up first bird

Building a national mobile network, instantly

Apple readies iTunes for Beatles juice, says report

Didn't notice that the lights had changed

Head of UK.gov IT quits

Reforms himself out of a job

Royal Family engagement creates scareware opportunity

Wedding news searchers should stay away from portals of doom

ACTA draft falls from skies

This one looks final

Giffgaff says some subscribers yakked for 9 days a month

Financial reality hits Web 2 network

Second arrest for Phones4U robbery

Merseyside man nabbed following raids around Wigan

Aussie outfit offers Brits rock-bottom price tellies

Kogan's Run

Those govt cuts - slasher horror or history-changing brilliance?

OpinionComputers, menus and ideologies: take your pick

Europe questions move to block child sex abuse images

Probably not effective, or legally possible across the EU

Intel to unveil Sandy Bridge CPU line-up at CES

From vague to Vegas

50m-year-old mystery space object doesn't look a day over 30

Explosive extragalactic birth: Crab-type windy pulsar?

Fox News outs Beatles as 'Manchester's favorite mopheads'

It's a lorra, lorra larfs

Data Robotics SuperSpeeds storage appliance

USB 3.0 joins eSata, Firewire 800

Student Cluster Competition: And they're off!

SC10One team nearly doesn't make it

DNS provider decked by DDoS dastards

sitelutions pulls itself off the canvas

Facebook: Privatising the internet, one Poke at a time

CommentEmbrace'n'extend, bitch

NFS smackdown: NetApp knocks EMC out

Flash Cache as good as SSD tier

Steve Jobs no longer Eggman as Beatles hits iTunes

I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together

Alleged bad Appler should pay back $1m

Industrial espionage claims for iPhone man

Juniper blows small wad on Trapeze

$152m for 'seamless, high-quality experience'

Yahoo! hooks self into Twitter

Tests 'local' ecoupons

OpenSSL updated to kill code-execution bug

Remotely exploitable

North Carolina to raise army of Microsofties

Microsoft Career-ready training

Exposed: leaked body scans published online

Proves pervscan images can be saved

Prof to drill camera into own skull

Al-Qaeda hacker set for third eye

Flashy Anobit is on fiscal fire

Intel heads $32m boost to flash controller wizards

Intel melds football helmets and supers

SC10Crash test dummies linebackers

Moshe Yanai: critic accused of 'sour grapes'

Not the man I knew

Ex-Google duo open wallets of angels and Ashton Kutcher

$1.2m from 21 faces

BlackBerry boss renews disdain for Steve Jobs

Baits world with tablet mystery, um, module cavity

Social levelling with the iPad

The class destroyer

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