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IBM's mainframe-blade hybrid to do Windows

Tighter server coupling coming?

Telcos, ISPs respond to floods

Services whacked, customer assistance, relief donations

Attacks on IE drive-by bug go wild

Microsoft unloads (temporary) workaround

Google axes Jobsian codec in name of 'open'

Dubbed 'utter hypocrite' by fanboi king

Ubuntu's Narwhal rides OpenStack cloud

Two clouds a crowd?

Microsoft disputes Apple's 'App Store' trademark

'It's just a store that sells apps'

HTML5: An antidote for Apple App Store-itis

Open...and ShutImitation not the sincerest form of flattery

Android-powered touchscreen Wi-Fi headphones offered

7.1 fondle-cans run Skype, Pandora

Google Nexus S Android smartphone

ReviewPowered by Samsung

Flood isolates Internode in Qld

Redundant link or equipment failure?

Bond 23 back on track for 2012

Daniel Craig back in action after MGM returns from the brink

Online channel sales dodge the dip in 2010

HP, Lenovo and Dell still growing

Yorks cops bust Bradford guinea pig farm

Cannabis 'hothouse' alert ends in cavy anti-climax

BBC kills off WML site

Anyone still running WAP gateways?

Archeologists toast world's oldest wine press

4,000 BC – a vintage year for dry reds

Nvidia to open Android games store

Tegra-centric

Ombudsman slams DWP, HMRC data dumbnesses

Catalogue of system snafus savaged

Discovery (finally) good to go on 24 Feb

NASA confident about 'elegant' fuel tank fix

EMC to launch low-end VNXe box

Celerra NX3e showed the way

Verizon Wi-Fi hotspot tool coming to all iPhones?

Tethering rebranded

JVC intros 'world first' 3D HD consumer camcorder

Double vision

Keira Knightley, Jessica Biel eye Batman

Thesps to test for The Dark Knight Rises

Financial fraud hits 23-year high

High-tech scams and tax fraud cost UK economy £1.37bn, says KPMG

MySpace unfriends 500 staff

Lesson in how not to run a social network

Ofcom: T-Mobile probe? Er, not really

Operator steps into the firing line after fair-use cut

Mozilla plots February Firefox 4 release

'Tired and stressed' team prepare for lift off

Sony Ericsson LiveView remote phone viewer

ReviewThe Android accessory that puts on a display

EMC follows NetApp's lead with VNX line

We all need bigger numbers, right?

Symbian’s Secret History: Davies on what went right (and wrong)

Part ThreeFormer CTO Charles Davies shares his memories

Government joins European fingerprint database

Home Office in on collecting asylum seeker smudges

Sony to spill PSP 2 beans this month

Handheld making headway

ISPs battle EU child pornography filter laws

Filtering at network level just pushes hardcore users underground, say ISPs

Sony sues PlayStation 3 'hackers'

UpdatedNo dongle, no problem

Silicon to stop next-gen powerline standards war

Will the mains networking biz put its squabbles behind it?

China's 'stealth fighter' flies – brown trouser time, or not?

AnalysisBenefits the US aerospace industry more than China's

Sony puts PlayStation app on iPhone

Jaw-jaw not war-war

Friends, GenesReunited cuts losses

Jute, jam, journalism and jeanyology?

Cuts 'could hit NHS patient record plans'

BMA frets online access will be hard

Bogus Kama Sutra presentation opens your backdoor to hackers

NSFW 'PowerPoint' file rogers Windows machines

Airbus secures whopping 180 plane deal

'Biggest single order in commercial aviation history'

Rackspace accelerates clouds with Akamai

Limelight CDN being phased out

Custom ICs in small numbers to be cheap as (normal) chips

DARPA boffins' amazing claim

T-Mobile backtracks on retrospective mobe data caps

But won't renew generous packages

T-Mobile u-turns on data cap

Puts the 'fair' back in 'fair use'

Virgin Mobile to throttle 'unlimited' mobile broadband

Bandwidth penalty for transferring 5GB imposed

EMC sidelines Data Domain boss

Update15-year vet takes over

Mythical 'iPad 2' caught on camera

'Dummy' vid

Open source Java 7 for Mac code appears

Port project, ahoy!

Gawker makes a hash of non-ASCII characters in passwords

Media site becomes a byword for password FAIL

Men sentenced for role in international ATM skimming ring

Scammer outted on MySpace

Microsoft's Novell patent cartel dodges German regulators

Reports of death greatly exaggerated

Supercomputer boffins warm to clouds

High performance computing clouding

Coming soon: the girl with liquid eyes

I am a long-lasting lightweight liquid lenses camera

Assange vows to drop 'insurance' files on Rupert Murdoch

News Corp and Bank of America too

Disgruntled TSA data analyst sentenced for sabotage attempt

50 ways to leave your employer

Telstra, Samsung launch tied integrated IPTV devices

We’ll give you the DRM for free

Pac Fibre secures more funding

PayPal co-founder included in $NZ5.5 million raising

Spain grovels to penguins over 'Linux' anti-terror plot

Violent separatist IT genius crackdown in codename kerfuffle

Without Meyer, what will AMD do next?

AnalysisARM Micro Devices

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