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Google Oz slips A$600 million through tax loophole

The old Irish jig

Apple thinks Intel is fab?

Rumor says foundry switch on cards

Vividwireless expands 4G footprint

Everybody, move close to a university

There is no big Silicon Valley tech bubble, says VC king

Just hundreds of small ones

FreeNAS 8.0 hits the street

Bitten by the enterprise bug: home user features missing

Apple ex-evangelist Kawasaki pans, praises Jobs

'Apple's existence proves there is a god'

Is there anything to find on bin Laden's hard drive?

Mining the 'mother lode' of intelligence

Platform embiggens Symphony financial grids

Piggybacks Hadoop

Elgato Tivizen iOS Wi-Fi TV tuner

ReviewFreeview on your fondleslab

Google Shopping hits Oz, still in beta (surprise)

Fetid Froogle lurches into the sunlight, again

Can two small startups solve big storage pains?

Scality and Nasuni should work together

Logica ups revs and orders

Rest of the world saves UK

Spotify denies movie deals (not very convincingly)

P2P is still the killer app

Parliamentary committee suspends intellectual property rights inquiry

Hargreaves review out soon, will suggest freeing up 'orphan' works

Nintendo to whack Wii price by 28%

'Wii 2' groundwork begins

Sage butters up SMEs in fiscal first half

But US wing of biz still flagging

Bin Laden corpse pics will be malware, says FBI

Team Six headshot headshots unlikely to appear in email

Brocade puffs CloudPlex and Virtual Compute Blocks

Data centres without walls

Spotify's new desktop client cuts off iTunes

While Apple stomps on less-legit alternatives

Go forth and deduplicate

Deep diveWill it benefit my data centre?

NetApp duplicates deduplication

CommentTwo much of a good thing

NHS Barnet reveals 187 breaches of personal data

Most leaky of 30 London NHS orgs that responded to data breach FoI request

Motorola's laptop-dock Android phone out on Orange

Get tapped into the Atrix

Samsung quietly lowers tablet graphics chip spec

Not only 3G that the Wi-Fi-only Tab lacks

New top-secret stealth choppers used on bin Laden raid

Wreckage shows whisper silencing, IR, radar pimpage

Novell bags anti-trust appeal against Microsoft

'Reversed and remanded'

Star Wars: From dream sci-fi bride to perfect Blu-ray wife

A new hope to sell even more Skywalker tat

Amazon tablet, touchscreen Kindle on course for H2, say moles

And a quad-core fondleslab from Asus

US operators shelve banking plan for Isis

Isis will be a wallet, not a bank card

Amazon jumps on time-limited sales

Next big thing, or late to the 'alternative' online retail party?

Panasonic DMP-BDT310 Blu-ray player

ReviewImage is everything?

Books biz talks up Kindle effect

Paper down slightly, but digital is still tiny

California Do-Not-Track web privacy law moves forward

Browser alone isn't tough enough

'Boil the ocean' data loss prevention needs to change

Check Point slams security so complex you never get around to turning it on

Powerline networking pops up in Parliament

But the song remains the same

Panasonic refreshes 3D Blu-ray recorder range

Changing dimensions

Cross-dresser kills goat while high on bath salts

Multi-day high ends in caprine tragedy

Goodyear blimps to be replaced by German Zeppelins

Revival of 1930s flying Cloudbase partnership

Freeman Dyson: Shale gas is 'cheap and effective'

Carbon reduction without the dodgy renewables?

US spooks to build 60 megawatt data center

What Federal budget crisis?

Fierce tablet fight to be rough for Apple's rivals

Less successful to exit market by year's end?

uDraw goes HD with PS3 and Xbox 360

Masterstroke

Sony calls in data Sherlocks to unpick megahack disaster

Plus Inspector Lestrade of the FBI

Virgin outsources techies, pulls plug on Trowbridge call centre

80 tech jobs cut immediately - sources

Intel debuts '3D transistors' with 22nm chip recipe

How do ya like them, Apple?

Amazon and PSN outages won't halt cloud revolution

Open...and ShutYou wanna go back to Windows?

Seagate to unveil 'perfect iPad companion'

Takes the tablets

Sony implicates Anonymous in PlayStation Network hack

UpdatedLegions 'duped,' company says

Apple squashes location tracking 'bugs' with iOS update

Cell tower and Wi-Fi database cache shrunk

Red Hat answers Microsoft Azure with OpenShift dev cloud

PaaS master speaks

End of the tether: Google plays nice with carriers

‘Free ride’ apps disappear from Android Market

Groupon starts buying Australian rivals

Crowdmass gets critical mass

EA buys Aussie game studio

Firemint founder becomes instant millionaire

Oz boffins in quantum computing breakthrough

NSFMP*

Voda stops worrying, learns to love the NBN

Joins mainland retail services trials

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