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Dell misses profit goals in fiscal Q4

Revenues up a bit, though

NASA seeks cooks for Mars trip simulation

No bean or cabbage recipes, please

SanDisk daddy: Flash to 'checkmate' hard drives by 2020

ISSCCNext on the hit list: DRAM

IBM arms robo-sysadmin QRadar with virus know-how

X-Force gear combs through 13 billion threats a day

Ten... sub-£100 mono laser printers

Product Round-upRead the fine print

ICO 'enquiring' about Google's serving of tracking cookies

Questions after Microsoft slams Chocolate Factory on privacy

Ericsson flashes wallet, beds hot Wi-Fi and billing bizes

MWC 2012Now it's spoiling for a fight against Chinese rivals

Councils spunk £515m in 4 years on CCTV

Hey big spender, Birmingham

Crap PINs give wallet thieves 1-in-11 jackpot shot

What are the odds? Cambridge boffins work it out

Wang charged in inappropriate electricity socket use

Battery top-up threatened metro station's power supply

We're! not! a! social! network! yells! Yahoo!

Doesn't want to be lumped in with riffraff like Facebook, Google

Proview offers Apple peace talks amid Shanghai iPad ban bid

Tech titan faces tablet knockout in dozens of China's cities

NASA sniffs little black hole's 20-million-MPH wind

Flatulent fallen star farts supermassive-grade hurricane

Distie vet Low to head new public sector biz at C2000

'New challenge' found at old employer

Cameras roll on 'blockbuster' new Who series

'Our craziest adventures yet,' promises Amy Pond

Freedom-crushing govts close to ruling our web, fears FCC boss

Baffled ITC denies plotting internet land-grab

Fujitsu flaunts Tegra 3 for future phones

High five core

Spam crashes to historic low as malware explodes on mobiles

Android Trojans soar, Mac viruses fall off a cliff

Samsung Series 9 skinny laptop priced for Blighty

'World's thinnest' claim

Logica profits slump in 'much more difficult' 2011

2012? Could be up, could be down

Top Euro beaks to probe ACTA for rights breaches

Reding wants court to check anti-counterfeiting treaty's small print

Will Windows 8 sticker shock leave Microsoft unstuck?

Metro and ARM threaten Vista-like compatibility badges

Court claim slapped on bloke via Facebook in landmark case

Solicitors' messages - another reason for an unlike button

VCE EMEA gaffer cheeses it after seven months

Enterprise sales veep Adran Carr departs vendor coalition

Finally a use for PlayBook: Tab bodged into Windows, PS3 remote

RIM's fondleslab needs all the love it can muster

Biz bazaar Alibaba goes private, watches shares soar

Firm exits market while mulling Yahoo! stake slurp

Inside Apple

ReviewMore than just a Jobsworth

Sony's 'Dot Switch' unveiled as interactive Android app

Don't bereave the hype

Labour targets Tories' Google problem

What's good for the Chocolate Factory is good for us

GPS jamming rife, could PARALYSE Blighty, say usual suspects

'Sometimes a jammer goes by EVERY FEW DAYS'

Microsoft blasts 'web video killer' Motorola Mobility in EU gripe

UpdatedGoogorola patents complaint probe launched

India seeks new supplier for $35 Android tablet

Performance grumbles

Planet-wide cloud dream burst by nations' laws - BSA

Report huffs at privacy safeguards and trade rules

Grumble-flick chat site exposes flirts' privates

Oh, put it away - no, too late

CIA tells big biz to serve up bite-size software

Spies want latest shiny tech on pay-as-you-go

Global DNS takedown plotters disowned by Anonymous

Alleged power grid threat also cobblers, say hacktivists

OPERA grabs spanner, fixes kit, and slows down neutrinos

Ye canna break the laws of physics, it seems

Spitzer spots first solid buckyballs in stellar disc

Stacks the size of 10,000 Everests found

HP earnings fall 44% on Whitman's debut quarter

Revenues crash in key markets

Harvard boffins cause buzz with robot bee

Our new insect overlords will come in a flat pack

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