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NBN essential for faster mobility: Vodafone

Confident Huawei meets trust requirements

AWS bids for cloudy SharePoint

Own experiences translated into how-to guide

Intel shows Apple how to win a trademark dispute in China

Shenzhen-based Inteljet ordered to fork out £20,000

Telstra says it could work with Libs NBN FTTN policy

Turnbull fierce on home networking costs

Google's Brin admits he under-estimated Chinese censorship

They've managed to put genie back in the bottle

Android Trojan distracts Japanese with anime and porn

Video trailers mask data pilfering malware

NHS trust loses personal data of 600 maternity patients, kids

Hands up whether patients' info should be encrypted. Anyone?

Is Dropbox good enough to be called 'good enough'?

Our man wanders lonely as a personal Cloud

UK server-makers weather Q4 sales droop

HDD shortages, poor demand and delayed purchases blamed

If Google's only taking a COPY of your personality, why worry?

MailbagPrivacy, property and permissions

Mobee Magic Numpad

Geek Treat of the WeekTurn your touchpad into numeric keys, kind of

Sony: UK ebook shop open for business

Apple and Amazon alternative

UK.gov: Firms can't fondle your smart meter privates...

...Unless you want them to

ISPs should get 'up to' full fee for 'up to' broadband

Wispa's campaign against Ofcom turns shouty

Samsung S III to enter Galaxy next month

Prepare for take off

Google fined for stalling Street View cars' Wi-Fi slurp probe

Must pay pocket change for gobbling unencrypted packets

Larry vs Larry: Oracle and Google in courtroom smackdown

Ellison's Java suit against Choc Factory goes to trial

HP ships hack-friendly all-in-one

Crack open the Z1 and tinker to your heart's content

How EMC stuffs channel cakeholes with VSPEX recipes

AnalysisStorage biz fattens up SMB clouds

Lesser-spotted Raspberry Pi FINALLY dished up

Cheap-as-chips ARM computer hits doormats

Apple TV third-generation (2012)

ReviewSet-top stop-gap for the 'iTV'?

BT blows fibre into 'multiple biz units' for first time

Hopes FTTP tech will help grow Acorn House

How far can you shift the shape of cloud software?

Tweak and ye shall find

Apple can't agree with Australian regulator on iPad 4G

Case against Cupertino continues after talks fail

Brits get red PlayStation 3 next month

Scarlet fever

MI5 stinks up website with dead SSL certificate

Secret policeman's balls-up

Hacker jailed for 32 months for attack on abortion-provider site

Judge: No excuse for targeting the vulnerable

Bulletproof iPhone case set to survive shootouts

Protected in iRaq?

Local gov buying group inks £50m software framework

Twelve resellers bag place on Pro5 agreement

Gov: New G-Cloud chief is no 'part-timer'

Rain will fall as planned, Whitehall says

Bytes' NHS deal loss hits revs – but biz margins rise

Profits up, sales plunge at Bytes Technology Group

Rackspace eats own OpenStack heavenly dog food

Betas cloudy database, block storage, virtual networks

Minister blows away plans for more turbines

CommentEveryone off the gravy train

EU boots UK phone cash bonk threesome out of bed

Telco trio must wait until August for NFC green-light decision

Apple fights off ebook suit with anti-Amazon defence

Win or lose, the US gov will lose

Google's top female cheese nominated to serve on Walmart board

Marissa Mayer maps way to world's largest retailer

Fanboys frolic on recyled rumours of Q3 iPad Mini debut

Tech speculation will eat itself

Peeling back the skins on IBM's Flex System iron

AnalysisMore Power – and x86 – to you

EA confirms Crysis 3 release

Bow to the Nanosuit

Pirates not to blame for Big Media's sales plunge

Sysadmin blogEvil empire caught in logic loop ... arrrrrr

VMware buys up benchmarketeer tools

Helping you to help us help ourselves

Moody's downgrades Nokia to near-junk status

Finns failing at high and low end of market

'Not guilty' plea in Utah cop site hacking case

Police twitter feed doesn't wait for court hearing

IBM ringing up retail system biz sale to Toshiba?

Checking out of POS market

SATELLITE SMACKDOWN: Turnbull vs. Quigley

We replay their NBN Joint Committee brawl

German software giant plucks London software outfit

my-Channels is now Software AG's

Microsoft sharpens Azure media tools ahead of Olympics

Redmond goes Vegas to tempt big media

Pew study finds one in five Americans still won't go online

Luddite fringe exposed as internet use plateaus

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