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Fujitsu gets cloudy with home-grown logistics apps

Use our SaaS, dump your code

Google I/O conference sells out in 20 minutes

Profit-hungry scalpers flock to eBay

Zuckerberg flies to Shanghai for Apple Store visit

Facebook founder goes walkabout in China

ZTE winds down Iran biz after espionage claims

Chinese telecoms equipment firm not touting for new business

Australia urges miners to become data miners

New electromagnetic survey offers a chance to go deep with big data

Motorola Motoactv GPS fitness tracker

ReviewFor the wandering weight watcher

Apple Oz offers refunds for confused 4G iPad owners

Box-besmirching stickers rejected

F1 team wins CAD copyright war, wakes up to £700k hangover

Court battle over blueprints used to build rival cars

Actively cooled rocket primed for easy re-entry

German SHEFEX II mission trials new heat shield, sharp-edged design

China wants global ecommerce crown

Gov to 'guide' industry to £1.4tr in sales by 2015

London wage slaves face hour of Cloud discharge a day - official

Free Wi-Fi rolled out on Overground platforms

Scality shoves sparkling file system into its RING

Fourth major release

Oxford Uni chucks big brains at ivy-covered cybersecurity hub

CompSci bods join academics at new money-spinner

'Thermal cloak' designed, could solve major chip, spacecraft issues

Nuclear Mars cruisers, mega nano-electronics (... hmm)

Who killed ITV Digital? Rupert Murdoch - but not the way you think

CommentSnobbery and Tranmere Rovers dunnit, not smartcard pirates

Microsoft to upgrade Windows Kinect kit

Suite spot

Amazon sets date for Kindle Touch UK touchdown

Touchscreen kit arrives on 27 April

Novatech pushes affordable Ultrabook

Yours for 430 quid

Whitehall's G-Cloud: Hype or hope?

Special reportBig-swinging reform or buzzword bingo?

Hasbro fails to win Asus Transformer Prime ban

Tablet vs toy robot... FIGHT

HTC One X priced up for UK punters

Tempted by the Tegra 3 talker?

That latest student craze sweeping China: Supercomputing wars

HPC blogDozens of universities battle for cluster contest slot

FBI nabs AWOL soldier for stealing Paul Allen's debit card

Feds unseal charges alleging bank fraud against Microsoft biz baron

UK copyright exchange man: Nontrepreneurs are just stingy

Former Ofcom deputy chair is deaf to special pleading

Dell pulls Magirus out of the trenches for data centre assault

UK arm finally gets the call up

Angry Birds Space

iGamerHigh jinks in low gee

'Special relationship': Oracle bags contract renewal

Cabinet Office sticks to big biz for Whitehall database – with some caveats

Terrifying TV chimera born from Sharp, Foxconn lords' fling

Hon Hai spunks billions into struggling LCD biz

What system builders need to know about solid state drives

Get the best from flash technology

Adobe reels in game coders with a quick free Flash

Then taxes apps that bank more than $50k

Sony pushes PlayMemories picture suite to PS3

Customise content on the console

FTC, RockYou settle after 32 MILLION passwords pillaged

We will, we will, fine you

Apple IP details tech for 'iTV' innards

Cupertino HD TV to get FFS, FFS

Republicans shoot down proposed ban on Facebook login boss-snoop

House legislation on jobseekers' rights breach shot down

ONS: Growth forecast for Blighty worse than expected

Stats-crunchers revise down final 2011 quarter numbers. Ouch

UK public sector IT jobs rebound - for permies

Web devs feel the outsourcing squeeze

Dotcom hike will net millions of bucks for Verisign, ICANN

Domain prices to soar by a third in draft deal

Sarkozy hails 'success' of Hadopi's pirate cops

Soft stick approach to copyright infringement working?

No conclusions on EU's Google probe for weeks

Antitrust chief: 'We won't be rushed! Besides we're on hols'

Staggering Kelihos zombie army smacked down AGAIN

Resurrected spam-spewing network sinkholed by security bods


Billions more across the galaxy - stand by for aliens

Europe to assemble crack cyber-intelligence nerve centre

... as MEPs propose fresh hacking laws

Egenera bags new OEM agreement with Fujitsu

Virty server control freakery for BX900 blades

HDS channel boss: We must become relevant to resellers

Even if it means working with only a chosen few

Nimbus flashes flash cache cash at NetApp stars

Upstart biz woos bigwigs to boost sales'n'tech

EU mobile biz barons agree to slash roaming charges

Brussels strikes cheaper deal with operators

Plan ahead to make virtualisation work

Head for a better life

Nokia threatens to elbow Apple's rival nano-SIM off a cliff

Finns refuse to license vital patents in mobe tiff

MIT's building-block dev kit goes NFC

Wireless connectivity for idiots

China passes the US in free iPad app downloads

Actually paying for them? That's another story...

Sality botnet takedown plans posted online

UpdatedValid attack could seize infected machines

Cisco snarfs ClearAccess for remote broadband apps

Making service provider play

Google offers Oracle slice of Android profits for patents

Small payment and 0.515% of revenues until 2018

Funding deal saves Australian synchrotron

A measly $AU100 million keeps the particles moving

Multi-color laser created by UCSB scientists

Excitons with extra zing could make networks sing

Microsoft to open source ASP.NET Web API and Web Pages

Outside developers invited to submit patches and new code

Red Hat accelerates through $1bn in sales

Shadowman fills pockets

ARM-Android to outship Windows-Anything by 2016

Rise of the 'droids

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