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HP sues Oracle over Itanic withdrawal

Oracle again insists Itanium is sinking

Man says he lost $500,000 in virtual currency heist

Digital coins: As discreet as cash – and just as more vulnerable

FTTN too expensive says Graeme Samuel

Departing ACCC chair’s thoughts on the NBN

LulzSec claims responsibility for outage

Website goes down briefly

Nintendo: no DVD, BD playback for Wii U

Not Invented Here

Ten... Premium Android smartphones

Product Round-upHardcore handsets

Google sees 15% speed boost with HTTP tweak

VelocityAll Google SSL connections now SPDY

Microsoft warns on support scams

Thousands still falling for old-school tech support swindle

'Spongiforma squarepantsii' lifeform found in Borneo

Bizarre rubbery sponge-shroom stuns jungle boffins

Iranian pimp plates arse up Afghan car sales

Buyers shun '39' numberplates of shame

Sony releases Android music streamer

Subscribe to tunes for your smartphone

Duke Nukem publisher parts company with flacks over Twitter gaffe

'Redner Group no longer represents our products'


iOS App of the WeekTap'n'tweak your pictures

MP demands government rethink on Digital Economy Act

Calls for repeal of proposed web-blocking laws

Motorola Milestone 3 no longer bound for Blighty

Brits miss out

Chris Chant: We've cut central gov websites

Only 300-400 left after efficiency drive

Woman puts shout-out for hitman on Facebook

Offers 'a stack to kill my baby father'

TeleWare makes telephony a little more cloudy

Mobile phone, fixed infrastructure

Facebooking juror gets 8 months

Jailed over msg lol

Be happy in the cloud with the right SLA

Fine print reveals providers' true intentions's 'public data' wagon spews out civil service lists

Nevermind pub sec unrest, look at these pretty charts

Facebook's mega-billion-dollar bubble ... will it float?

Only time will tell if stalker book valuation is valid

X-51A hydrocarb scramjet flames out in second test

Stupid hurricane keeps blowing out our match

Lenovo chief says netbook's day is done

Tablet to take 15 per cent of world PC biz

Boffins brew up formula for consummate cuppa

Enjoyment = Milk x Caffeine²

Mozilla pushes out final Firefox 5 test build

Silence of the browser lambs

LucasArts Day of the Tentacle

Antique Code ShowSo long, suckers!

DARPA issues call for notions on Starship-for-2111 plan

'We want an organisation able to squash the USA like a bug'

Site offers 24m PNRs from the past

Emigration no escape from genealogists

Germany opens cyberdefence centre to protect water, electricity

Infrastructure the most important target for cybercriminals

UK operators band together for NFC revenue

Gang of three (not including Three)

Microsoft blesses elite brotherhood to service big customers

The league of slightly less ordinary gentlemen

Facebook fuels Israeli cottage cheese insurgency

Curdish revolt, Jews for cheeses, etc

O2 won't touch BlackBerry fondleslab for now

User experience not up to snuff, apparently

BioWare latest hack victim

Now more real lady lesbian bloggers than secure passwords on the internet

Twin-screen LG smartphone spied

Split keyboard splits opinion

Apple preps iOS social tool for muties

Software in alpha, Johnny?

Jaybird Freedom wireless Bluetooth buds

Txt TakeHeavy listening

Latest Hubble Snaptastic goodness: Centaurus A

PicThrilling peek at galactic neighbour's glories

Obama's CIO quits White House

Cloudy czar Vivek Kundra skips away from funding crisis

GeoTrust founders offer free SSL

Ex-execs try to smack down rivals with free basic validation certificates

Can Big Blue survive another century?

100 down, 100 to go

Give VDI the personal touch

DVSettings anxiety can be serious

Apple iOS 5 gets web 3D...for ads only

iAds does WebGL

Google urges background tab websites to throttle themselves

VelocityHere, use this API

HP dubs Oracle 'bitter antagonist' in Itanic spat

HP vs OracleAnti-Hurd mentality

Telstra throws AU$800m at clouds

Courts top end of town

Well, that about wraps it up for the NBN

Stop looking at South Korea, says Turnbull

Firefox web 3D engine fosters image theft bug

Microsoft stokes WebGL security fears

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