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What a mix-up: using different hypervisors

The more the merrier?

A$100m supercomputer project queried

Auditor critical of Uni of Melbourne cluster of problems

Fun and games in NZ politics

Data breach claim and counter-claim

AMD trumpets next-gen GPU architecture

Fusion SummitThe road to the Holodeck

Citigroup breach exposed more accounts than first claimed

Revisionist pwnage report

Oracle and Itanic: Tech's nastiest ever row?

HP vs OracleAnd the pig enjoys it...

TomTom Start 20 satnav

ReviewTravelling light

Weird handheld keyboard comes with laser pointer

And touchpad

Mozilla eyes multi-threaded webpage rendering

VelocityOne page. Many cores

Lulzsec gets hacking downunder

Pranksters release 62,000 email details

Meerkats face financial regulation

Price comparison sites may be breaking financial advice regulations, says FSA

Panasonic preps outdoor Android slate

Daylight readable display, anyone?

NetApp may serve app server flash cache

Comment'Won't catch us with our Flash pants down' says NetApp

Sony teases tablet fans with bizarre 'mousetrap' vid

Ad team goes to town

Does a flash motor make a man more desirable?

What girls really think about boys, cars and money

Dell hails happier UK reseller relations

Don't go to bed mad - stay up and fight

Yuri Gagarin lands at Royal Albert Hall

'I must find a telephone to call Moscow'

US reveals Stuxnet-style vuln in Chinese SCADA 'ware

Nothing must interrupt our supply of iPads and bras

Microsoft launches official Windows code kit for Kinect

Set things in motion

Wireless networking without paying The Man, man

Slow, short range, incompatible ... but it's pure

Gloomy forecast, job cuts, product delays at RIM

Apple v BlackBerry fruit-fight going poorly

BOFH: CSI Haxploitation Cube Farm Apocalypse

Episode 8The new nanovector viruses hide in the parity handshaking

ICO drops News of the Screws probe

Missing emails might be missing, might not be

RedBubble CEO drops role at Aconex

Hitler not so hipster

NAME that DONKEY: Bella bests Barbarella

Inadvertent Twilight moment at Reg Asinine Affairs Bureau

BBC to stream news site to Samsung tellies

Web repurposed for IPTV

Ten thousand OLEDs unite in live Earth replica

World on display

Google: Our rapid load won't give you anything nasty

You could get exploited without even saying yes

Nokia takes hit in High Court priority-calls patent battle

Battle goes on, lawyers drool over war-chests

Kindle Store awash with auto-generated crap 'books'

Bargain barrelscrape rubbish obscuring decent reads

Apple iMac 27in

ReviewDon’t try this at home, kids

Samsung to refresh 7in Galaxy Tab this September

Gingerbread baked in

Aunty squirts serendipity into TV apps

Fondleslabs are now the "second TV"

NHS Trusts in the dark over CfH licence transfer

Please shed light on our software budgets

ALK revamps CoPilot smartphone satnav

Bing, Facebook, Wikipedia added and more

Refusal to unveil scuppers French refusal-to-unveil trial

Blind justice finds itself in a blind alley

Captain Cyborg: Computers are alive, like bats or cows

'I'm like Yuri Gagarin, me,' says moggy-chipping prof

True Utility FlyEye 7 LED torch

Txt TakeFiat lux

Brit CompSci student faces extradition to US over link site

'He's just a geeky boy,' pleads mum

German DDoSer jailed for World Cup gambling extortion

Frankfurter menaced bookies with rented bots

The world wants cloud coders. Where are the cloud coders?

Open...and ShutThere's an open source project for that

Oracle seeks 'billions' with Google Android suit

'That's right. Billions. Tell the world. Billions'

GlobalFoundries shuffles top brass

Hey, AMD. Want some sloppy seconds?

Hacker wrists slapped for stealing Lady Gaga songs

Trojan attack nets racy Kesha photos

Adobe offloads unwanted Linux AIR onto OEMs

Mercy killing

iOS 5 closes Apple's infamous homescreen webapp gap

So says Xuzz

Visual Studio infected with HTML5 by 'rogue faction'

Passion in action

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