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3D printing for artificial blood vessels

Igor! Fire the laser!

Diminutive robot to attempt Iron Man Triathalon

Plastic Man Triathlon in this case

Anobit brings out second generation of Genesis SSD

Well it's not Genesis any more then, is it?

Buckinghamshire council seeks managed ICT deal

£100m pork cloud in the offing

Google reveals 'leap smear' NTP technique

Copes with problems of living on spinning space boulder

New Intel 710: The numbers don't look good

Apparent stinker from Chipzilla

Intel: You may already be using Xeon E5 without knowing it

IDF 2011In service with secret users: The rest of us must wait

Verity's secret shame revealed

StobPassword techniques and retrospective Daleks

M-Audio Keystation Mini 32

Geek Treat of the WeekiPad savvy MIDI controller

Samsung preps anti-iPhone 5 lawsuit before it's even out

'They will only escape us by removing phone capability'

Google now a serious rival to Microsoft in cloud email

Small players to be squashed as giant fatboys wrestle

Oracle rushes out emergency Apache DoS patch

Sysadmins shouldn't hang about with this one...

Computacenter networking boss Godwin heads to Avnet

Set to run Middle East region in time for European winter

Angry Birds theme park takes off in China

Grand scale gaming

Chinese bloke gets eel lodged up todger

Anguilline exfoliation treatment ends in 'severe pain'

Drupal's Torvalds figure gets life-sucking Android app

How you know you've arrived in the tech world

Give me 10 gig Ethernet now!

This back up is so backed up

Pirate party hauls in Berlin state election booty

Angela's party came second. Awwww Arrr

Royal rugby star bar snog CCTV upload - bouncer in court

'You did something wrong to your nation'

Gaps in the apps mean shops miss out on sales

UK retailers losing millions because of poor integration

Qualcomm showing signs of turning soft with age

AnalysisNew hardware hard to see at annual show'n'tell

Apple MacBook Air 11in Core i5 notebook

ReviewSmall wonder?

The amazing shipping container: How it changed the world

The other reason everything says 'Made In China'

Google grasps German Groupon-a-like

After failing to buy up actual Groupon

Lanci's Lenovo move 'negative' for Acer – Morgan Stanley

Former CEO's shift to rival may damage Taiwanese giant

Go Daddy mass hack points surfers towards malware

Password-snaffling miscreants hijack 445 sites

Maxima turns to M&A veteran after sale talks go stale

Managed services firm hires Ian Smith as non-exec director

Online gamers strike major blow in battle against AIDS

Distributed human-brain cluster cracks protein conundrum

Avere menaces NetApp with accelerators

Promises satisfaction without short-stroking

NASA releases asteroid flyby video from Dawn probe

Clanger homeworld boasts Everest-beating space mountain

Blighty's Android fans get British English voice control

Rind and rind the rindabite

Dell: HP's PC exit is an opportunity, not a death knell

Without hardware, there can be no software or services

Japan's biggest defence contractor hit by hackers

Submarine plant, missile factory among targets

NASA: Beam me up some power, Scotty

Space boffins want to drive future craft by RAYGUN

Boffins crack smartphone Wi-Fi for greater battery life

Juice magicians

Fox turns LightSquared political

GOP angered by billionaire's ties to Democrats

Microsoft's high-risk Windows 8 .NET switch

Revenge of COM, or something like it

Netflix: How to completely screw up

DVDs-by-email success story is losing customers...

IBM pitches overclocked Xeons to Wall Street

Hot server for hedge funds

Apple makes a hash of password security (again)

Shadow boxing

Microsoft 'paid over £1m to silence UK exec over sexism'

Claims of papering over the glass ceiling

Hackers break SSL encryption used by millions of sites

Beware of BEAST decrypting secret PayPal cookies

Craig Wireless splashes $US5.5m on Woosh

Buys Kiwi ISP

Red Hat's open virtualization mob signs up 200 members

Assault on VMware grows

Samsung fights back downunder

Launches countersuit against Apple

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