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Austar one step closer to Foxtel

While Foxtel battles parent piracy claims

Oz to review copyright law for digital age

Law Reform Commission asked to consider social networks, time-shifting

Free CompSci 101 finally launches this month

Stanford lecturer's course teaches true coding secret: projects always run late

China purges coup rumours from social media

Six arrested, sites shuttered, after reports of Beijing coup spread online

Big Blue to handle SKA's Big Data about Big Bang

Dutch government hands over €32.9m for exascale computer

Huawei looks to India to spur 4G revenue growth

Chinese telecoms equipment giant set for 40 per cent growth

Chelsio box-o-SSDs does 1.1 million IOPS

JBOSSD di tutti JBOSSD

Bring-your-own-mobe pilot for BlackBerry-shunning council bods

Fandroids and Apple fanbois out themselves to bosses

Analysts see no Oracle hardware-biz recovery on horizon

Sun sinks slowly in the west

Blighty slaps £100m spending cap on govt IT projects

MPs fed up of blowing millions on crap contracts

Battling remote-control helicopters

Geek Treat of the WeekAerial combat

Druva adds BYOD crenellations to its data fortress

Fondleslab'n'mobe package lets you manage users not boxes

Are you an ECO POET? Climate science needs YOU

Creative writing and global warming formally allied

Red Hat: Amazon love 'yes', its own cloud 'no'

'We don't use Oracle as a model'

Nokia v Apple nanoSIM format war: Victor will be named next month

4FF: Even smaller than it sounds

Game chain sold

Retailer rescued by Comet owners

Freeview TV shoved aside for iPad-compatible 4G

Ofcom mulls 2018 frequency bump

Tibetan activists' Macs targeted using trojan-laden MS Office files

Backdoors popped by unusually sophisticated methods

UK.gov to unveil reborn, renamed net-snoop plans in Queen's Speech

If at first people protest, try telling them on Sunday

Sony opens up with comfortable headphone collection

MA in design

Toshiba AT200 Excite

ReviewThe world's thinnest tablet, apparently

Steve Jobs' death clears way for Ashton Kutcher's role of a lifetime

But WHO will play Ballmer?

Limber up for a more dynamic approach to managing change

Put away your fire-fighting kit

Pastebin.com hiring staff to get rid of activists' dumps

No matter how I scrub, stink of leakage still on me

Groupon bungles figures, slides $65m into the red

Investors squirm at web upstart's Q4 accounts gaffe

Capita job cuts, offshoring 'driven by expectations', says MD

Union rattles strike sabre as management gets out chopper

Adam Sandler's cross-dresser shocker is Razzies stonker

Jack and Jill sweeps all ten movie dishonours

Coders' 'lives sucked out' by black-and-white Visual Studio 11

Beta testers feel trapped in 1920s Metro movie madness

Big Blue preps 'next gen' machines that manage themselves

Well let's just see you install yourself, Mr Clever

Vodafone deputy chairman to quit amid CWW rows – report

Sir John Buchanan legging it to ARM

No-strings nookie radar tugged offline in stalking backlash

Women-hunting app was for 'geo-social exploration', say devs

Check Point in domain expiry snafu

How to firewall off your website - the wrong way

What does the Titanic's sinking tell us about modern science?

AnalysisNo, we didn't get that the wrong way round

Dell's bespoke server unit pushes over $1bn of tin

Five years old, and growing like a weed

Qualcomm's S4 chip set to shrink laptops further

Ultrabooks aren't light enough, apparently

Visa dumps Global Payments after it flashed 1.5m US card numbers

Processing firm: This was our first intrusion...

Internet Explorer nibbles browser rivals, swells by 1%

Microsoft celebrates market share rise as competitors droop

Mac Java hole exploited by wild Flashback Trojan strain

Flaw fixed for Windows, Apple fanbois left out

Terrafugia flies first prototype: Flying cars 'within a year'

Unleaded fuel-chugging wing-mobile passes the test

Thin-client giant Wyse gobbled by Dell

Someone's in a hurry to pump clouds into desktops

Ice Cream Sandwich gives Android mobes brainfreeze – Sony

Phones choke on big, slow and crashing upgrade

HTC sues fans for premature unboxing

One X-posed

Microsoft withdraws software silos from Germany in patent war

Distribution HQ moves to The Netherlands to dodge Motorola showdown

Proview snatched from liquidators' jaws to pursue iPad fight

Fat lady hasn't sung on trademark battle with Apple

Violin Memory flashes $50m wad from SAP

HANA in-memory database prospect

Parents shocked by priestly PowerPoint pr0n

'No crime committed' says church

Apple relents, doubles EU warranty (sort of)

Another victory for 'European Socialists'

Net access restrictions lifted for ‘Megaupload four’

Dotcom also allowed to go swimming, record an album

Google, Oracle settlement talks fail, trial to begin April 16

Java, Android patent tussle to have its day in court

Fujitsu fires up first petaflopper PrimeHPC FX10

A chip off the new K

Scientists refine smart self-assembling building blocks

'Smart sand' replication algorithms proven

Neutrino mass, dark energy measurements refined

South Pole Telescope spots cosmic Shadows

Sydney's CBD heading off the grid

Recovered heat from buildings, small gas generators, will make city 70% self-sufficient

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