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Cable cut didn’t send Oz Transit of Venus feed dark

Network config, not backhoe mayhem

Oracle's big cloud announcement, again

Digs at SAP and Workday, better SLAs for tech support

How to put "Stuxnet author" on your CV

"Malware is a legitimate occupation," suggests analyst

AMD crashes Windows 8 tablet party with ultrathin hybrid

Trinity-based not-quite-ultrabooks could sell for US$500

HDD oligopoly to keep post-flood prices high till 2014

Surging demand and vendor lock-in delays return to 2011

Salary packager plans cloud boomerang

Hosted CRM to go on-premises, then off to cloud

Dinosaurs on a diet shed tonnes

Boffins revise sauropod weight estimates downwards

Dating site eHarmony plays data-breach me-too

‘Security of our users is important’

AMD and Nvidia extreme GPUs workout

Extreme PC WeekVisual feast

Apple taunts Proview with new store plans

Job ads point to Shenzhen and Chengdu stores

HP gets smart on storage with workload-aware caching

Gen 8 ProLiants caching 3PAR arrays

Vint Cerf: 'COMMUNISTS want to seize the INTERNET'

CommentActually 'meritocratic democracy' is the True Way

UK Gov not using six million of its software licences

Plans 'dynamic' transfer after premature PIN push

Android Academy cashes in on tests for well-off devs

Remember the Symbian Academy? Thought not.

We'll pull the plug on info-leak smart meters, warns

Lose customer data and lose your licence

Facebook techie strokes STEC's hot data flash drive

That's a Like for server-side caches

Vodafone and O2 to merge mobile networks

And then there were two

LinkedIn admits site hack, adds pinch of salt to passwords

Biz network says it has upped security

Code glitch floored Reg reader altimeter

LOHAN barometric kit off for reprogramming

Microsoft takes on the private cloud

FeatureTrevor Pott's take on Microsoft

'iPhone 5 case' sparks supplier fondle frenzy

Rumour with a view

O2, Be Broadband axe Pirate Bay access

Blockade to appear overnight

HMRC Tax Calc

iOS App of the WeekThe money program

Intel phone boss: 'Multi-core detrimental to Android mobes'

But if you want Windows 8, you need to be rolling in cash

NASDAQ offers $40m to Facebook IPOcalypse investors

Cash apology after gremlins hit trading

Ambulance-chasing resellers will die on life support

Trend Micro's Tim Ayling on value versus fast bucks

Touchscreens to get finger friendly

Haptic humping points the way

Windows 8: Not even Microsoft thinks businesses will use it

AnalysisAn entire enterprise cycle binned in Metro madness

Hungry reseller bags HMRC big cheese as COO

Steve Lamey brings bulging contact book to Kelway

1,000 Foxconn iPad workers trash dorms in riot against guards

Nothing to do with us, says just-slap-an-Apple-sticker-on-it giant

Molyneux chisels away at social experiment

Curiosity is the name of the game

Hackers, bloggers 'bunged cash to spin for Iran 2.0'

CyCon 2012Put in a good tweet for us, says Revolutionary Guard

Space shuttle Enterprise makes final voyage – to New York

Final destination: Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Musuem

Microsoft 'hardens' Windows Update from Flame penetration

How the hot malware burned a new hole in Redmond's backside

New London Bus API arrived at approximately ... 15.00

TfL's bus ticker reveals how late you'll be

Samsung 'to launch Galaxy S III in US', snubs Apple's ban bid

Pre-sale numbers have Cupertino worried

HTC torches forecasts as stock tsunami floods skint Europe

Eurozone meltdown as smartphones pile up in Q2

Bill Gates' used car sells for $80,000

Billionaire philanthopist's old Porsche 911 tops auction estimates

Samsung plunges $500k into Linux Foundation

P-p-p-picks up a different penguin in Apple struggle

Bradley Manning in court as lawyers wrestle over secret docs

Pre-trial hearing for soldier accused of WikiLeaks dump

MPAA sympathetic to returning legitimate Megaupload files

Court documents reveal conciliatory tone

LinkedIn users buried in spam after database leak

Hackers go phishing with their new bait

Samsung slams down $1.9bn for mobile chip fab

Names top chip-head CEO

US Navy uncloaks stealthy underwater solar cells

Energy capture up to nine meters down

SUSE Linux and Canonical invade Windows Azure

What about a Linux platform cloud, Microsoft? tell users to change passwords IMMEDIATELY

Jumps before the Pastebin post

Flame gets suicide command

Symantec honeypot spots ‘flame-out’

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