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Facebook wonk among 'digital' advisers to Cabinet Office

No room on board for Google or telcos, though...

Super Micro grows despite Xeon E5 delay, disk shortages

The Romley server romp begins

Nikon recalls camera batteries

EN-EL15 battery “overheats and deforms the camera body”

Billionaire astro mining venture long on hype and timescale

First launch in 2014, mining in 2022

Ten... eight-bit classic games

Retro WeekAn Antique Code Show Special

Speaking in Tech: Cisco haters, Kim Dotcom and virtual networking

PodcastPlus: Ed smacked down for technical fouls

Cloudy crypto SSO firm: Passwords must go

Infosec 2012Ping Identity: Forget 'insecure and annoying' logins... and buy our kit

SSH firm aims to untangle crypto key hairball

Infosec 2012Fo' SHHizzle

Uni plagiarism site buckles under crush of last-minute essays

'The internet ate my homework'

Tablets are the future of the PC, says researcher

Fondleslabs to eat into laptop sales, boost desktops

FIVE-day ZoneEdit outage freezes thousands of sites

Mystery glitch knocks out DNS config

Olympic champ ad blitz dents Virgin Media despite £1bn sales

Crosses finishing line with record revenue in Q1

Internet's first 'Hall of Fame' REVEALED

Which net shlebs do you think made the red-carpet list?

Wannabe infosec kingpins: Forget tech, grab a clipboard

Ditch the debugger, bone up on biz risk management

Panasonic DMP-BDT320 3D Blu-ray player

ReviewDisc spinner with a new twist

Sony cloud-based sync'n'store service goes live

PlayMemories takes on Dropbox et al

Tim Cook rejects Apple's old business model of suing everyone

CEO just wants to settle and get back to rebranding Foxconn kit

Official: Britain staggers into double-dip recession doom

Programmers, telly producers lose brave battle to save Blighty's economy

Wannabe-human bots face 2012 Turing Test in Turing's old office

Bletchley Park chosen to mark 100th anniversary of boffin's birth

Fifa fans kick up fuss over Euro 2012 team substitutions

EA accused of red carding complaints

Can Windows 8 bag Microsoft 20 more years at the top?

Live chatArgue the toss live online @ 2pm BST on Friday

US doc finally fingers elusive G-spot

83-year-old corpse flashes Earth-moving button

Jeremy Hunt clings on as SpAd quits over News Corp emails

Culture Sec's adviser 'went too far' in BSkyB bid affair

Crytek: Schemes to strike second-hand games biz 'awesome'

First person only

Iran cuts off oil plants hit by mystery data-destroying virus

Lockdown as officials drill into malware riddle

Ex-BP engineer cuffed 'for deleting Deepwater spill texts'

Allegedly destroyed evidence during oil disaster cleanup

Google Drive stalls on LAUNCH DAY

Blocks and FilesError: Disk not ready yet

Smartphones finally outsell featurephones ... in Japan

You took your time, lads

Sage Pay card stroker goes titsup for NINE hours

1,000 email addresses leaked in outage apology

Hanging's too good for 'em - so what do you suggest?

Reader alternatives to capital punishment invited

LG back in black after six-month cash bleed

Business picks up in tellies and mobes

HTC to produce exclusive Facebook smartphone, bitch

Wall flower?

Major science fiction publisher to zap DRM

E-books unencumbered

SAP still not a force in cloud after sales cash drizzle

Q1 not quite the deluge of euros software biz hoped for

LinkedIn edges closer to China with new Hong Kong gaff

Social network for suits has eyes on the holy grail

Microsoft takes on Spotify with sound of Woodstock

Zune successor on show at E3?

Symantec trims targets as subscriptions put off payday

Salem's lot not quite so big

Intel came a-knockin' for Cray super interconnects

'Once a Crayon, always a Crayon'

Acer Q1 profit falls

Not yet time for turnaround time

Ted Nugent fined for failing to kill bear

Probably won't kill Obama either, Secret Service says

Unisys grows in Q1, swings to profit

Services fills hardware gaps

EU privacy body slams ACTA as 'unacceptable'

Law would threaten privacy AND data

Dr. Web disputes Flashback Mac Trojan bot army estimates

Much bigger than Symantec says

VMware confirms ESX source code had been stolen and published

Penetration from Hardcore Charlie

AARNET upgrade touted as SKA lure

Link with Southern Cross will bring dual 100Gbps links by 2016

Swiss researchers demo ‘Avatar-like’ robot control

Controlled by thought, kinda

Micro Focus accuses NSW Police of software piracy

Wants $AUD10m in unpaid licences

Clouds rain money for Citrix in Q1

Some of it spills out of the net income bucket

UK retail wiz makes $61m by turning up at Apple

Ex-DSGI boss gets ID card, car space, pile-of-stock

White House threatens veto of CISPA surveillance bill

Obama lowers the boom on snoop law

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