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Super Micro revved up for impending Xeons, Opterons

Old iron selling like hotcakes

UK wants our geeky army

Initiative launched to lure tech Aussies to UK

Consumer Watchdog lambasts Los Angeles over Google Apps

Unfortunately, the council meeting is next week

RIM faces legal action following service outages

Canucks quick to class action suit

ASX down, blames glitch

Traders curse screens, mark time

Orbitsound T12v3 spatial soundbar

ReviewFlatscreen fortifier

Insulin pump hack delivers fatal dosage over the air

Sugar Blues, James Bond style

Cabinet Office on £2m digital talent hunt

28 new hires to get the civil service up to speed

Windows XP and iPod: A tale of two birthdays

Unwanted versus unforgettable

Credit card companies plan to sell your purchase data to advertisers

Evil plot may end up buried in the T&Cs ...

Sony and Ericsson divorce

Sony gets the business, Ericsson the cash ...

Vlingo

iOS App of the WeekSiri-ous competition

Inside WD's flooded Thai factory

Hard drive maker is wet wet wet...

Samsung gets fast-track appeal on Tab injunction

Aussie court gives firm expedited hearing on Apple's fondleslab ban

Telecom World tries to shake off its paper-pushing reputation

ITU Telecom WorldUN still caught in Barcelona envy

Crypto boffins uncover rogue task risk on Amazon cloud

AWS drops the SOAP, plugs backdoor quickly though

Nokia takes NFC phones to New York subway

If it ain't American, it ain't happening

Sony KDL-40HX723 40in LED 3D TV

ReviewA better class of Bravia

Virgin Media touts high-speed signups and TiVO

Squeezes nearly 2 extra quid a month from users in Q3

Mozilla delivers Binged-up Firefox browser

Seeing the web through Microsoft's eyes

Price-slashing fails to ignite PlayBook sales

Channel says fondleslab fever bypassing RIM

Google won't face Oracle in court until next year

Judge proposes three-phase trial to deal with copyright and patent issues

China Central TV comes to Freeview

It's broadcast, but not as you know it

Groupon will replace 1 in 10 sales staff to ensure growth

Repeat customers... Who needs 'em?

Google Maps API now costs $4 per 1,000 requests

Devs will have to cough up

Earth escapes obliteration by comet

Elenin breaks up into teeny bits and misses planet

Google splurges $1.5bn on acquisitions in nine months

Not including the $12.5bn it'll spunk on Motorola

Privacy warning as cops lean on domain registrars

Mind-boggling delays lead to hasty fixes in Dakar

Crescent Electronics proposes CVA

East Sussex e-tailer seeks distie support to ease cashflow woes

Acer execs play musical chairs

Who's sitting down with thump?

Cops find hackers' phone in NOTW office

Handset was codenamed 'The Hub'...

Porsche finds top gear with BlackBerry design

Custom RIM job

Machine translation cracks 18th century occult cipher

Secret society members were thrilled by ... eye surgery

Scrambling for spectrum: What to do when we run out

ITU Telecom WorldSnatch it off the military or build more base stations?

Google indoor Streetview images go live

Merchants waggle their tools at innocent Googlers

Respect your BOFH or watch your small biz fail

Study says hierarchical position of IT important for success of SMEs

Europe is computer biz disaster zone, says Avnet

Blames EMEA econ woes as numbers crash into wall

OpenLogic floats multi-language custom cloud service

CloudSwing promiscuous with platforms

As iPhone 4S battery suckage spreads, fixes appear

But not from Apple

Apple sending sun-juiced iPads to rural Zimbabwe

UpdatedTo replace unused or stolen computers

(At least) 4 web authentication authorities breached since June

SSL security chain as good a broken

Boeing 787 Dreamliner makes first commercial flight

Airliner makes much-delayed safe landing

AMD beats analysts' bets with profitable quarter

If only they had been able to bake more chips

Datacom, Revera expanding NZ cloud

Gummint contract spurs data centre builds

Friends join Facebook's Open Compute project

Open Compute SummitWhat's not to like about open source hardware?

Southern Cross Cable ramps up network

Phase H looked after by Ciena

HP flip-flops on sale of Personal Systems Group

We love PCs, after all

Fact check clears Czech in botnet case

Redmond removes dotFREE from defendant list

Facebook triple stuffs Swedish data center

Open Compute SummitIt's boxy, but good – and very cold

Urban legend nips iiNet 'subliminal' campaign

Free TV punts 'two-frame freebie' ads

AMD CEO vows 'maniacal' chip-baking fix

Customer trust 'eroded', not 'irreversibly damaged'

Google+ opens up to enterprises and apps

Catching up to Facebook, feature by feature

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