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Microsoft drafts .NET chief to lead Azure cloud war

Can red polo shirted strongman woo developers?

DIY crimekit brings advanced malware to Mac OSX

Next stop: iPad and Linux users

Assange: Facebook a ‘spying machine’

And media starts wars, says WikiLeaks founder

Russian search giant Yandex blows whistle on whistle-blower

You don’t say 'no' to the KGB FSB

Nirvanix storage cloud spills executive blood

CommentVice presidential putsch push

Telstra cozies up to small end of town

Invests $600m prepping SMB services

Fujitsu A/NZ tosses dollars at clouds

New CEO confirms new DCs in Sydney, Melbourne

Japanese boffins build internet kissing machine

Tongue twisting lip locks over IP

Storage duopoly to transform industry?

CommentHybridisation could goose I/O density

Go SMS Pro

Android App of the WeekSpice up your text life

Hacker pwns police cruiser and lives to tell tale

The dark side of 'situational awareness'

OCZ joins PCIe flash fray

Compression boosts I/O numbers

Google faces another privacy probe

South Korean cops raid offices looking for mobile advertising wrongness

4oD plods onto iPad

Xbox Live too?

Archos 32 Android media player

ReviewPint-sized PMP with potential

Google taps Ingenico for retail terminal expansion

'Google? That'll do nicely sir'

Sikorsky, US Army claim whisper-flapcopter test success

A chopper in every garage at last?

US acts on telco 'Ponzi scheme'

Chinese whispers at China Voice

CEOP accused of misleading public over site security fail

User who discovered the flaw says agency 'whitewashed' insecurity incident

RIM makes Bold move with OS 7

Updated smartphone, operating system

Apple shuts online Apple Store

iMac refresh imminent?

Hybrid clouds: You know they make sense

CloudLet's embrace diversity

RIM warns investors, greets developers

Blames slowed development cycle

Microsoft to release Windows thin PC in late June

Final test build lands

North Korea blamed for bank hack

Hackers not so lonely

Ohio cops taze naked marathoneer

'It was cold... I wasn't exactly proud of what I was showing'

Private investors pile into data centres

There goes the neighbourhood

Intel leaks show a flashy future

Six of the best – plus an extra two for good measure

Honda Jazz Hybrid

ReviewThird time a charm for Honda hybrid?

DARPA says surveillance vid-search tool is ready for use

To roll out across 'multiple military programmes'

Osama malware scams spread to Facebook

Twitter news breaker hacked

Robot pirate invented in USA: 'Yarr-2 D-2'?

'Marsupial' shot-bot has one eye, clambers up ships' sides

Gamer goes 3DS gaga with AR card tattoo

Indelible reality

HP to show off next gen EVA on the Vegas Strip

Viva Las Vegas: Fifth generation becomes P6000

Apple refreshes iMac with Thunderbolt, Sandy Bridge

AMD GPUs too

Seagate's terabyte platters make it the densest of the lot

Seagate has bust the terabyte platter barrier

Insurance firm pushes out iPhone app that rates driving ability

No impact on premiums… yet

Government slashes consultancy spending

Consultants: Public sector gave us 15% less dosh in 2010, but we don't mind...

Ubisoft to turn games into movies, TV shows

Publisher to green light own adaptions

Boffins develop liquid crystal solid-state raygun turret

Points laser beam with no need to shift laser

Vatican blogger meeting says no to copyright, yes to lifting content

Consider the lilies of the field...

Skyhook routes around Google to MapQuest

Location pioneer finds Android way

Sony says data for 25 million more customers stolen

Bleeding continues with Sony Online Entertainment hack

RIM taps Microsoft Bing for phone and tablet search

IE10 in the wings?

HP engineering veep spills cloud plans onto LinkedIn

Ruby, Java, open source, Microsoft Azure

.NET Android and iOS clones stripped by Attachmate

Open source Mono suffers layoffs

SGI juices sales, narrows losses in Q3

'This year. It's all coming together. Promise'

Woz snubs Paul Allen, praises pea soup

Disses deep-pocket patent trolls

Telecom NZ fibs to govt over network assets

Inflates value by over NZ$1b

EchoStar, Dish Network cough up $500m in TiVo settlement

Patent suit ends, at last

Oz minister ties privacy law review to PSN hack

Don’t just do something, sit there!

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