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Google opens digital Wallet on Nexus S phones

Tap-phone-to-pay tech goes live

Mellanox goes to Wall Street for cash

UpdatedChests filled for war and development

Games review site goes titsup at launch

Topless reviewers to jiggle the console

Yes, there's a Tech Bubble. But that's OK

Open...and ShutFacebook will live. Groupon will pop

EA shutters another Oz studio

In Dead Space, nobody can hear you swear

Arduino to add ARM board this year

Pre-release developer version on sale within days

ScaleMP (finally) glues together 128 Opteron servers

The 8,192 core, 64TB AMD behemoth

Cisco's virtual switching comes to Hyper-V 3.0 next year

Not just for VMware any more

More high-tech firms 'will merge to escape financial risk'

Revenues recover, but rising debt sparks bankruptcy fears

Skype for iPhone makes stealing address books a snap

Just add JavaScript

Philips GoGear Muse 3 PMP

ReviewThe iPod alternative?

EU recording copyright extension 'will cost €1bn'

Academic: Record companies, not artists, will benefit

NHS loses CD of 1.6 MILLION patients' records

'We reassure you it was old data'. Sure, my DOB's changed

Mobile voice revenue slowdown predicted from 2013

Who'll pay for all the data traffic then?

How to go from the IT dept to being a rogue trader

Remember, the successful ones are still out there

'iPhone 5' chippery captured on camera

Scaled up to A5

Elixir 2

Android App of the WeekAndroid's Swiss Army Knife

Reseller Insight gobbles consultancy biz

Services outfit Ensynch snapped up

US Matrix-style Cyberwar firing range moves forward

Sim-people's endlessly repeated armageddon draws nearer

Getting to grips with SSD performance

Deep diveLies, dammed lies and SSD performance claims

Motorola seven-inch slate snapped

Xoom Jr?

Hunt for long-lost Apollo 10 moon lander adrift in space

UK schoolkids to search skies for 'Snoopy' module

f8: Facebook Zucks in video and music for content king crown

f8:Read. Watch. Listen up... bitch

Microsoft delays LAR deal registration programme

Wants it to work from the off

MPs: 999 HQ revamp FAIL cost £469m

Public Accounts Committee slams fire service IT project

Windows 8 fondleslabs rock up on eBay

Premium price for Microsoft fiddling

Gears of War 3

ReviewGet the rounds in

Crooks push fake anti-virus via Skype calls

Robot on line 1 demands $19.95

Round two for Larry vs Larry Java face-off

Google-Oracle patent case goes into second day of mediation talks

Amazon's app store spotted outside US

Downloading ANYTHING proves tricky

DfE probed over Gmail use for official business

Whitehall wonk: 'I will only answer things that come from Google accounts'

Baltimore 'toilet bomber' acquitted

Robot, sniffer dogs deployed against Throne of Terror

Google Wallet pockets Visa

Credit colossus joins digital cash service

HP axes up to 525 webOS hardware staff

Tech titan also mulling over PC division's fate

Antitrust settlement over Big Blue's big iron nears

IBM agrees to supply commitments to other firms

Why was Duke Nukem Forever s**t?

Developer demands answers

DigiNotar goes titsup: Disgraced certificate firm is sunk

Secrecy caused as much trouble as getting hacked

Hitachi GST flashes HP 3PAR OEM deal

My SSD plus your array equals happiness

US survey: 1 in 5 telecommuters work an hour or less a day

And a third of them stay in their PJs

SAP gobbles Facebook-for-biz firm

Enterprise software giant gets social

Lib Dems vote for pirate-friendly 'one-speed net'

Hug a hoodie freetard

Adobe tosses more big deals dosh at resellers

Bring in some business, earn a small cut

Off-the-shelf servers spar with million-dollar storage arrays

VMworld 2011Cheap-as-chips Nexenta squares up to EMC and NetApp over performance

Microsoft milks Casio for using Linux

Go penguin, you're often paying Redmond

Google+ opened to world+dog

You too can embrace Google's Facebook envy

Stallman: Android evil, Apple and Microsoft worse

GNU founder: 'Show me the source'

Microsoft faces fresh antitrust probes in Ireland and Spain

Company not expecting the Spanish Inquisition

Watching hurricanes

Data center design titbits

Samsung bakes lower-voltage server memory

When every watt counts

Android bug lets attackers install malware without warning

Google patch cycle puts users at risk

Google defends itself before Senate antitrust hearing

Chocolate Factory blogs answers to anti-competition allegations

Dell shrinks vStart cloud boxes

50 VMs for the heavenly SMB

Dimension Data opens big digs in Sydney

Invests $AU107m in local ops

On-net customers drive TPG growth

DSL, fibre outperforming mobile

Prosecutor calls poker site 'global Ponzi scheme'

Full Tilt poker accused of defrauding players of $330m

Microsoft exec departs after tweet about Nokia phone

Should have given it higher marks

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