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Samsung refreshes ChromeOS hardware with first desktop system

Google's niche OS seeks new support

Australian ICT research spending surges

Supercomputer projects boost spending, but ICT languishes behind medical research

100-petabyte storage cloud names vendor panel

Who's who of storage on the list to build Australia's Research Data Storage Infrastructure

Chinese micro-blogs a hit with police

But Sina users urged to snitch on each other...

Symantec Australia MD Craig Scroggie to depart

symantec.cloud APAC boss Brenton Smith takes the reins

China relaxes .cn registration rules

Individuals allowed domains again, but registration will be no 'pi.cn.ic'

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

ReviewGun lickers

Cisco predicts 1.3 zettabytes of annual data movements

WiFi to account for >50% of fixed data downloads by 2016

Publishing barons: Free speech a 'cloak for tawdry theft'

Chief hits out at those who 'seek to erode copyright'

450-year-old football was hard to kick

Journal releases pile of sports research, possibly answers every pub argument forever

Friends fooled by Facebook Timeline 'removal tool' scams

Miscreants exploit users' keenness to get rid of crapness

NHS helpline 'won't be cost-effective' to taxpayers - Capita

IT outsourcer won't confirm or deny withdrawal of bid

Fedora 17: Mm.. this stew of beefy source tastes just right

ReviewNo miracles, just more seasoning

Assange loses appeal against extradition to Sweden

Judge gives WikiLeaks founder two weeks to mull decision

Score! Classic Goals

iGamerScore draw something

Draft law lets council bods snoop your tax records

OpinionPowers extend well beyond justification for data-sharing

Amazon's Lovefilm to stream Universal films

Content cornucopia

Sony to bring bog-friendly blowers to Blighty

Lav-loving Androids safe from spills

Americans invade Euro cluster compo

ISC 2012Buffalo, Bear-O-Dactyl vie for cluster glory

Nokia lights up Bat Signal for Lumia 900

Alfred not included

Galaxy S III pay-monthly tariffs compared

Priced for humans

RIM seeks bailout buddies as banks count Heins' beans

CEO predicts more half-baked finances

Intel inks deal to let Ultrabooks leech off Wi-Fi net

Lid-closed connectivity powered by Devicescape

MPs brand BlackBerrys for bobbies scheme a failure

Millions of pounds spent while only thousands saved

Measure up your applications for their move to the cloud

Preparing for a new life

Samsung Galaxy S III

ReviewThe ultimate Android?

Phoenix burns engineering and Northampton call centre jobs

Staff told of redundancy risk as bosses slash costs

Dot-word bidders in last-minute dash after ICANN reveals timetable

Just hours to go...

Olympic Wenlock plod cops condemnation from Amazon wags

'Worse than masturbating to a pic of Lord Coe: I've tried'

UPS death in Pulsant data centre knocks out websites

Four-minute outage sparks domino effect

John Lewis appears to punt Chromebook with Windows 7

Recognition Google's other OS isn't popular?

Julian Assange extradition: What's next for WikiLeaker-in-chief?

Supreme Court could be challenged on Vienna Treaty point

Apple's Ping has fatal pong, says CEO

Social networking fail

HTC slips One X, Evo 4G past Apple US patent ban

Fruity tech titan powerless to stop Android shipments

Trojan poses as privacy tool, spies on Iranian surfers

Looks like a popular free encrypted proxy tool

Leaked snaps said to confirm iPhone 5 speculation

Case in point

BBC uses lifted Iraq war photo to depict Syrian slaughter

AnalysisYou, media giants, and your digital rights

WD investigating origins of fake drives in UK channel

Year on from issue and HDD players no nearer to culprit

EE splurges £50m on OS-specific experts

'Cos existing staff are just idiots

SpaceX signs deal to put its giant rocket to good use

First commercial contract for Falcon Heavy from Intelsat

Steve Jobs was top of the flops, says Apple's Tim Cook

And Siri, is it true you're getting smarter?

Scandal-hit Olympus plans to axe staff, flog off stake – reports

Japanese newspapers say firm could lay off 2,500 staff

Google+ deposits Places in toilet after hungry Zagat buy

Still stitching EVERYTHING into that other social network

EU vows to make asylum-seeker database 'more efficient'

Gives police get powers to use it in 'serious crime' investigations

New compute-'n'-storage cluster-box like 'iPhone for the data centre'

Nutanix promises SAN-free storage

1 in 6 Windows PCs naked as a jaybird online

Millions snub antivirus, firewalls in web poll

HP boffins create net-zero energy data center

Crunch while the sun shines

Mary Meeker's top technology trends

Mobile not paying its way yet and Facebook failures

Unix, mainframes drag down servers in Q1

x86 machines can't fill the gaps

China wants to be techno SUPERPOWER

Er, aren't you already?

HP taps VC to run software unit

Whitman asks ex-Microsoftie to assume the COO position

Final countdown for NASA's NuSTAR X-ray black hole telescope

NASA hopes for local supernovas to study soon

Privacy Commissioner unhooks Google again

Won’t re-investigate StreetView slurp

Boffins build all-silicon CNOT gate

Only this time, ‘it’s quantum innit’

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