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McNealy to Ellison: How to duck death by open source

InterviewEx-Sun boss talks code, community, and underpants

Nimbula punts instamatic cloud kit to world+dog

Ex-Amazon über admin betas 'cloud operating system'

Apache loses Java showdown vote to Oracle

ExclusiveAssume positions, brace for exit

Google unloads Nexus S Gingerbread phone

Run, run, Apple. As fast as you can

Oracle slashes software prices on own iron

Hikes 'em on HP Itanium

Hacker brings enhanced security to jailbroken iPhones

ASLR to unwashed iDevice masses

Cisco and BMC in fluffy IT chase

Cloud riders

The year's best... HD TVs

2010: it's a wrapTop tellies

UK cops have warrant to cuff Assange, talking to his lawyer

Plod keeps schtum over handling of quite warm potato

Samsung readies less sockety servers for 3D stacked memory

RDIMM skyscrapers cram in more bits with less footprint

StorSimple wheels out head-in-Cloud, feet-on-premises solution

Cabinet has portal at back to infinite storage Narnia

ASSANGE ARRESTED in London - in court later today

Wiki-lord cuffed 'by appointment'

British troops in A'stan find festive minutes in Santa's sack

'Sorry love, bit of a firefight going on outside'

Apple 'iPad 2' shipping in three months

Manufacturer told to prepare for production

Brussels goes in to bat for beleaguered bees

But Brit boffin insists 'bees die all the time, chill'

iPad 2 to arrive around Valentine's Day - Taiwanese reports

New slab to be even more fondlesome

Financial vice tightens on Wikileaks, hacktivistas retaliate

Assange Swiss bank, Mastercard sucked into imbroglio

Why is Google's new Nexus S like no other smartphone?

First proper outing for NFC pay/scan/passcard tech

Facebook revamp gives away even more info, warn pros

Your kimono may open without warning

Wikileaks are for-hire mercenaries - Cryptome

Private enterprise not public interest

Theft scribe picked for Intellectual Property review

Liberté, égalité, téléchargement!

Acer outs skinny dual-core desktop

AMD, Nvidia Ion on board

Tehran conscripts Ninja masters to crush democracy

Men in black want black-clad black ops blackbelts

Google targets iPad with Android 3 Honeycomb tablet yumminess

$10k Moto slablet helps devs master new tools' girth

MS waves enticing moolah at Oracle, Salesforce punters

Go CRM and we'll make your trousers bulge - with cash

Sky music service goes

Never got off ground parks cloudy database over Ellison's head

Dreamforce 2010Now witness the relational firepower

Latest botnet rankings: Rustock still mother of them all

Zombie-puncher cowboys try out Twitter lariat

Blighty's kids nosedive down global reading, maths rankings

Cans of whup-ass popped by Irish, Canada, even US

Apple sells more mobile PCs than Dell

But only if the iPad is a mobile PC

Police back ends must be slimmed, says Home Sec

IT shop chop to beat off beat-cop crop

Sage Pay prevents punters blowing Xmas wad

Four hour ordeal leaves Santa's sack empty

Judge puts Assange behind bars ahead of extradition hearing

Prosecutor says he could attract loonies

Alan Sugar's 'cockup braindead in call centre clueless' BT row

Rude baron in tweet rage ADSL 2 triumph

Tumblr tumbles down, stays there for 24 hours

Maintenance was planned, cluster f*ck less so

IBM gorges on cheap debt for share buybacks, acquisitions

Forget the kit, everyone wants Big Blue paper

Sony adds Sky News to Bravia net TVs

Shame it's already on Freeview...

Samsung blows wad on Bada bling app compo starlets

Go with sailors - and edit out shameful exes

Quantum crypto experts dispute potency of 'blinding' hack


Google delays Chrome OS, punts brandless beta netbook

World of web heads grapple for 'Cr-48'

Microsoft unveils 'do not track' option for IE9

Like 'do not call' for browsers

Salesforce's Benioff: 'Ellison flunks vision test'

Dreamforce 2010Oracle dreams of a mainframe past

Whitehats peer into new botnet's heart of 'Darkness'

DDoSes R Us

Google speeds Chrome JavaScript engine with 'Crankshaft'

'100 times faster than pre-Chrome Internet Explorer'

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