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Big Blue supers crunch kaon decay

Massive machines probe matter mystery

'Biocoal' fuels steam train comeback

Uni of Minnesota steampunks plot loco speed record

Trekkie wants to build USS Enterprise … in twenty years

Suggests open source design process to get spaceship boldly going

Bandwidth broker to light up dark nets

Mobsource adds "network as a service" to the "x-aas" lexicon

ITU adopts two ultra-high def TV specs

4K and 8K both get UHDTV moniker

Acronis loses Australian General Manager

Interviews under way for replacement, steady as she goes etc.

China claims piracy at new low

Wait a minute, how low?

Biz social networking set for take-off

Asia Pac leading the rush to work smarter

Hands on with Nokia's 808 41Mp camphone

First lookLumia 610 too

Foxconn to create workers' paradise?

Report suggests 144 per cent pay rise on the way

Ex-Nokia Siemens engineer admits eBaying nicked routers

Cash-strapped dad in court for Wi-Fi kit theft

New Brit nano-satellite to use Xbox Kinect for docking in space

Consumer kit really is more powerful than trad space gear

TalkTalk subsidiary's customer data placed on the web in IIS whoopsie

UpdatedCalled TalkTalk, not ListenListen

Why don't the best techies work in the channel?

'Cos the channel doesn't want them

Jabra Clipper

Geek Treat of the WeekDiscreet Bluetooth headset

Disk-flash storage mix biz chief on the SSD situation

InterviewA NexGen view of flash

Fusion-io stuffs workstation storage into bulging hand luggage

HPC blogDual-GPUs, 3GB/sec I/O and fits in overhead bin

EU set to smack Chinese telcos over state subsidies

Getting money off gov is not playing fair, kettle tells pot

Free Windows 8 desktop app development is dead

Metro or bust with Visual Studio 2011 Express

LG shows off 'first' full HD LCD for smartphones

5in, 440dpi screen, anyone?

'6,000 RIM jobs at risk' of a pink slip

Heins source claims layoffs as early as June

Virgin Media wipes out websites with routing blackhole

'Issues which may cause issues' leave network 'virtually unusable' for days

Sony KDL-55HX853 55in 3D LED TV

ReviewFlagship Bravia with the Olympics in mind

Space Station crew enter the Dragon

PicPop the hatch, get blast of 'new car smell'

Cloud migration: The applications killing season

How to determine the business value of an app

Self-driving Volvos cover 200km of busy Spanish motorway

Real-world test for Project Sartre

Phoenix restructure sends profits down in flames

Salesforce distracted by overhaul

Dell Windows 8 tablet, hybrid details leak

United slates

Facebook ninjas scale wall, pluck iPhone techies from Apple's garden

Social network boosts hardware skills as Zuck mulls Facebook phone

YouView reportedly set for 2500-home pre-Olympics trial

Soft launch to justify deadline met claims?

Student cluster warriors to face off on new battlefield: ISC

HPC blogNearly THIRTY Chinese universities entered heat

Microsoft will fiddle with prices as euro burns, UK biz fears

Tumbling currency a nightmare for costing volume buying

Crazy Geckos: Nitot on Mozilla's post-Firefox mobile crusade

Open-source handset versus Android and Apple

Renesas rumours: Semi seeks $1.3bn stimulus, stiffs 12,000

Chip giant ducks mass redundancies claims

Agriboffins' site downed by DDoS after GM protest

Hactivists may have been linked to Anonymous

Steve Jobs' Atari memo, Apple I to go under the hammer

Bids for musings of 19-year-old pre-titan start at $10k

Hit upgrade on Symantec Backup Exec, and unleash Hell

Irate users jet into company HQ for facemail criticism

UK High Court split over Twitter airport bomb joke

New hearing ordered to discuss fate of Paul Chambers after judges disagree

Facebook phone tagged for 2013 release

Off the wall

Complex cyberwar tool 'Flame' found all over Middle East

20 times larger than Stuxnet, two years old... and still active

Dual-dock prototype iPad eyed on eBay

Own a piece of history

Facebook needs Opera - to rescue it from dependence on Apple

AnalysisFat lady barely starting a preliminary gargle, though

Scan co-jacking nets crooks '€40k in IT gear'

Imposters lure recession-hit suppliers

Indonesia cleans up SMS

Telcos spammed one other to harm service

ACCC set to okay Optus HFC exit

Monopoly concerns outweighed by consumer benefits, apparently

Bye! Bye! Yahoo! Livestand!

Mobile ‘personal media’ relevance app irrelevant

Internode founder exits exec role amid reshuffles

Gets seat on the iiNet board

NSW gov orders two new green data centres

Metronode creates 250 jobs

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