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Lack of data holds up Exadata deployments

OpenWorldUser group takes initiative on training

Oracle tweaks MySQL with milestone update

OpenWorldNoSQL ain’t the only story in town

IBM open sources Blue Spruce to aid medical research

Doctors get help on cause and effect

The iPhone 4S in depth: More than just a vestigial 'S'

Fanbois, shake off your 'No iPhone 5' anguish

Ten... Androids to outshine the iPhone 4S

Product Round-upThe smart (phone) choice

NASA to recruit fresh batch of astronauts

Fancy going into space once every ten years?

Security by obscurity not so bad after all, argues prof

Game theory suggests secrecy has some uses

Judge cracks down on Bayesian stats dodginess in court

AnalysisTerry Pratchett effect angers beak

Samsung seeks bans on the iPhone 4S

Korean giant gunning for Jesus-mobe in latest battle of patent war

Dell, HP Ultrabooks out Q1 2012

'Ivy Bridge' inside?

Belgian telcos ordered to blockade Pirate Bay

Court rules ISPs must cut access to torrent site

Oracle OpenWorld snub fails to put off Salesforce CEO

Ticked-off Benioff sets up speech at nearby hotel

Five... great iPhone racers


Symantec fends off VMware for data centre throne

Symantec VisionVirtualisation and clouds targeted

Boffins place living creature under control of brain chip

Hooray! Monkey butlers at last! Well, rodent butlers

Bulgarian airbag saves Russian in knife attack

Blade stuck in 'huge' jub implant

Bletchley Park lands £4.6m restoration bonanza

Codebreaking centre still needs private donations

Sony Ericsson: 'We dropped the ball on iPhone'

No, really? Good god

Europe to launch bold Sun swoop mission

And dark energy space 'scope will probe universe's growth

Unite calls off strikes at Fujitsu

Keeps quiet on pay deal for members

Americans offered sleep-monitoring datatouch card

What next? NFC incontinence pants?

Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman

ReviewLast shot for the not-so-smart music phone?

What's not in the iPhone 4S ... and why

Apple plays it safe on radio tech, Paypal et al sigh with relief

Google+ inertia sets in at Chocolate Factory

Googly elite uninspired by Googly service

The $35 android tablet, a snip at $50

UK designed, Indian built

Apple predicted AI assistant for tablets in 1987

You can not be Siri-us

UK firms splash even more cash on online ads

Videos and search adverts do well despite downturn

I/O holds up the traffic in virtual systems

Clearing the bottlenecks

EMC snaps up database optimiser for $10m

Zettapoint was founded with just $1.5m

Channel giant SCH sales up, profit down

Tax bill, crappy economy pulled down bottom line

Hitachi Data Systems on the acquisition trail again

Shoden buy to create make mega data-systems beast

Crooks beat anti-fraud cops with old-school bank scams

Fraud losses fell overall

When Ellison goes, will he go gracefully?

CommentAlpha Oracle CEO may never be ready to be replaced...

IBM woos Oracle punters smarting from price hikes

Stop, think, turn to Big Blue

iPhone 5: Apple 4S, pundits 0

CommentHacks, bloggers cover asses, as Apple readies right kit

Disney's animated back-catalog gets re-released in 3D

Dizzy yet?

Mobile industry fights San Fran 'carcinogen' labelling

Coffee shops don't have it, they're equally dangerous

Mozilla to Firefox users: Ditch crashtastic McAfee plugin

Security FAIL... but is it Mozilla's or McAfee's?

HP uncloaks 10GbE top-of-racker, IPv6 guidance

Interop 2011A day of HP sanity: no Apotheker, Whitman, or clueless board

Water like that of Earth's oceans found in comet

The seas may have arrived from the sky

Cisco CEO: The future of communications is video

OpenWorldJohn Chambers gets into prediction industry

Meltemi is real – Nokia’s skunkworks Linux

You can still p-p-p-pick up a Penguin

Rackspace spins up OpenStack Foundation

ExclusiveWill hand over trademarks and copyrights to independent group

Teradata adds hardware compression to data warehouses

Compress this, Larry

Netflix on global spree

Look at what people steal to find out what they want

Oracle previews RHEL-ish 2 Linux kernel

OpenWorldLawrence Torvalds

Patent troll lawsuits may be on thin ice

Is Innovatio trying an end run around new laws?

Infraserve goes with CA while Ninefold looks to open source world

Clouds at both ends of the pitch

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