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TPG swoops on cloud hosting firm

Makes generous bid for IntraPower

Fun and games in userland

A brief history of virtualisation

Google gets Punchd

$10m for compsci graduates

Is Anon ready for the social network?

Rules without tyranny is harder than it seems

Google: The one trick pony learns a second trick

Open...and ShutIt sells ads. And it clones other people's products

World's first turbine powered Batmobile hits roads

Bang. Pow. Boom ting!

SpaceShipOne designer produces hybrid flying car

Famous engineer Burt Rutan's swan song

Azure: it's Windows but not as we know it

Moving an application to the cloud

NASA 'nauts wrap box-shifting duties at space station

Raffaello module ready for return to Earth

Blighty's top cop quits over phone-hacking scandal

'Severe discomfort' as Rebekah Brooks cuffed by police

Tosh admits customer accounts pillaged

Everything but credit card details snaffled

Ion Audio iCade arcade-style iPad cabinet

Geek Treat of the WeekI game therefore iPad

Educating Verity the OU way

Stob'The skin of my C++ custard remained unruffled'

Valve strengthens Steam setup

System of a download

VeriSign to raise .com, .net prices

57 billion lookups a day don't come for free

Ofcom ignores radio in annual report

Here's our carbon footprint, though...

AMD says Xbox 720 graphics to be good as Avatar

Hardware is hardcore, exec hints

Cost-cutting spurs PC sales in Europe: UK stuck in a rut

Analysts don't understand how bad it is, says analyst

HP TouchPad 32GB WebOS tablet

ReviewCross my Palm...

Everything Everywhere boss jacks it in

Personal reasons

HTC loses prelim patent ruling to Apple, takes stock hit

Early goal for Jobs in patent battle

MPs round on plans to offshore gov IT work

DWP bods to move from being employees to customers

SeaMicro pushes 'Atom smasher' to 768 cores in 10U box

A lot more bang for some more bucks

Yates of the Yard quits Met over phone-hacking scandal

Last man out, leave your resignation on the desk

UK dodgy-political-donor watch database canned

Like we need a list to find corruption

Asda offloads affordable Archos fondleslabs

Tablets for budget shoppers

Atlantis bids final farewell to space station

Hatches closed as last shuttle mission draws to a close

Dixons Retail boss pockets £1m in face of consumer meltdown

Browett takes big pay cut but walks away with a smile

Toshiba Tablet 2.0 struck with 'sleep of death' bug

Some Thrive fail to wake up

Nokia reportedly readies mass price cuts

Cheap phones to pave way for WinPho?

Oracle bestows Sparc T4 beta on 'select' customers

UpdatedSparc T4 server chip not slipping into 2012

Apple plans to prune iPhone 3GS price

Budget oldie to tackle low-end Androids?

Adobe snarfs up electronic signature automator

EchoSign to bolster PDF inventor's online doc services

Seagate ships slim, fast Pulsar XT SSD

Slower, fatter version in the wings

Cisco doubles Catalyst Ethernet ports to 60 watts of juicy juice

More power to ya'

Pacific Fibre signs up undersea cable supplier

TE SubCom cordage to link Sydney, Auckland, Los Angeles

Microsoft turns screws on bot herders with hefty reward

$250,000 for arrest of notorious Rustock operators

Amazon tackles soaring textbook prices

Kindle ebook rentals boost beer bucks

Cisco lays off 6,500 workers, execs

And sells off another 5,000 to Foxconn

Hacked Sun site greatly exaggerates Murdoch's death

Sunday Times, other Murdoch sites, also down

IBM profits hum along nicely in second quarter

Centenarian mints money like prime-of-life mogul

Cellnet moves into online retail

Nearly a million for a startup equals Off Your Trolley

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