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Oracle acquisition gets Larry more Involver(ed) with Facebook

Bags tools to help marketeers become your BFFs

Zeebox lands in Aus with a click from Ten

Second screen dollars set to roll in

Apple's new iPad set for July 20 China launch

Scalpers prick up their ears

China's censors move to stamp out sex and violence online

Save the children from the Grass Mud Horse!

Gaping 'open data' loophole could leave your privates on display

CommentGov's white paper calls open season on enforced subject access*

ICO: Nearly HALF all FOI complaints are about local councils

Even central gov's hefty heap can't compete

WTF is... WiGig

FeatureWireless wonder to soup up networks, kill USB, HDMI cables?

Multi-platform exploit sniffs your OS, penetrates your back door

Offers tasty applet to fanbois, beardies, Win users alike

Watch out, Apple: HTC ruling could hurt your patent income

You might want to reconsider chasing patents that dissolve in court – expert

New electronic labels squeal to spare you from food poisoning

No more nights on the porcelain throne

Top spook: ISP black boxes NOT key to UK's web-snoop plan

We fully expect Google, Facebook and Twitter to hand over your data

Retina MacBook Pro nukes Apple's green credentials

Eco body urges hippies to return Foxconn-marketer's gear

Fusion-io server strokers show off 2.6TB RAM extension

Is that a PCIe card in your socket or are you just pleased to see me?

Ebuyer on the naughty step for fondleslab promo cock-up

ASA told 'it was the new guy's fault'

IBM database strategy chief on DB2: Devs are people too

Big Blue looks beyond DBAs for input on features

MS squashes 0day bug in July Patch Tuesday

Patches under-attack XML Core Services flaw in Flame-proof update

Fujitsu QUITS bid for superfast broadband gov funds

BT left as sole provider, but hey - who needs competition?

iPad Mini maquette spied on web

Sculptured slab

Minister of Fun bends Ofcom's ear on Freeview-4G knockout

Open letter backs watchdog on operator bribes

Dixons: Brits to get iPad Mini, Kindle Fire for Xmas

Crystal balls up?

'Proud' RIM supremo survives shareholder showdown

Board reelected, stock tumbles

Android games console scheme nets $2.5m

Free to play, sort of

LOHAN fizzles forlornly in REHAB

Rocket motors feel the lack of pressure

Can neighbours grab your sensitive package, asks Post Office

By Christmas you'll know if next-door trusts you

Microsoft tightens squeeze on TechNet parasites

Oi cheapskates, just buy the bloody software

US mulls outlawing rival product bans using standards patents

Congress probes essential designs used to win injunctions

ElasticHosts push out white label services for channel

Ditch cloud monsters, we are channel friendly, honest

UK.gov to clear way for Britain's first SPACEPORT

Science minister dreams of skies filled with spaceplanes

UK's brazen copyright land grab sneaked into Enterprise Bill

AnalysisCommittee 'ordered to rubber-stamp' rights shakeup

Chemical giant foils infected USB stick espionage bid

Malware-laden drive falls into the right hands

Microsoft drags 9 resellers to court in fresh piracy blitz

New PCs 'sold with illegal copies of Windows'

Speaking in Tech: Will big biz swallow the seven-inch tablet?

PodcastPlus: The 'death' of social media

McAfee vows to swell resellers' bottom lines with MEGA framework

On-again off-again channel lover promises sweet deal reg

All-in-one PCs: bright star of the desktop biz, says analyst

Saving the market - or re-arranging Titanic deckchairs?

O2, GiffGaff network goes titsup for unlucky punters

Some phones working, others down in outage lottery

Formspring springs a leak: 28 MILLION passwords reset after raid

At least OUR hashes were salted, says CEO

Tech Data gobbles Brightstar's piece of their Euro biz pie

Coughs $165.5m for equity in Brightstar Europe

Hadoop's little buddy Nutch 2.0 gulps down web's big data

Apache projects united

IBM lets fly single-socket Power7 Penguin server

Yellow stripe, big price cut, Linux only

Oil the wheels of virtualisation with 802.1Qbg

The magic of protocols

Microsoft promises resellers bumper 2013 with total line-up refresh

WPC 2012$12bn up for grabs by April 2014

Kindle Fire adds APIs for cloudy gaming features

Preparing for global war with Google, Apple this Christmas

The Great TLC flash cash-slash: Coming soon to tablets, Ultrabooks

Super-dense storage tech moves towards 20K cycles

DOE doles out cash to AMD, Whamcloud for exascale research

Pushing compute, memory, and I/O to the limits

Google pushing Jelly Bean updates to Android devices

Or one device, anyway, with three more to come

Microsoft hires hippy to lecture resellers on being nice to the world

Deepak Chopra touts new age cures for world problems

VMware cranks Zimbra collabware up to 8.0

'It's down to Microsoft, Google, and us'

Telco industry slapped with new consumer rules

Watchdog to stamp out bill shock and shonky tactics

Dwarf galaxy conundrum untangled

Electron energy puzzler resolved

Disable Gadgets NOW says Redmond

Remote execution vuln

Hubble finds fifth moon orbiting Pluto

New orbiter for the planet that isn't

Microsoft offers beta of Windows Server 2012 Essentials

Small Business Server it ain't

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