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Microsoft picks October 26 for Windows 8 launch

101 days left to develop an explanation for Metro


Need a bit of a rest afterwards, though

Oracle scales back plans for Java 8

Cuts out Jigsaw, aims for two-year release cycle

Wired broadband adoption dips as wireless flies

OECD data offers grim view of broadband's GDP-boosting prowess

Chinese gov splurges £102 MILLION to replace pirated software

Microsoft rubs hands with glee...

Humanity increasingly sitting on collective arse

Pre-Olympics study finds third of humans physically inactive, inc. 63% of Brits

French credit card allows Wikileaks donations

Assange hopes to raise EU$1m thanks to Carte Bleue

Internet Defense League to save the web from evil governments

Holy global web censorship takedown, Batman!

YouTube blurs faces to protect the innocent

New feature designed to help anonymise activists

LG Optimus 4X HD quad-core Android phone review

Understated excellence

China lays out glorious eight-point infosec masterplan

Aims to protect the people and the nation

Fake Facebook photo tag ruse smears malware on PCs

Doon't be a foool, doon't click oon that link

Coraid peers over shoulder, pushes out another ZFS-based NAS head

Two years later, tries its luck with Oracle-based system Real time PAYE and new benefits systems WILL work

Ministers: No really

Expert: EU Microsoft competition fine could reach $7bn

Oh go on, Brussels, give it to Greece

Java won the smartphone wars (and nobody noticed)

'If my battery runs out I'll call you back on the landline'

WD game-centric set-top spied on web

FCC briefly spills beans

Hey, starving storage wannabes! Michael Dell wants to give you CASH

$60m in the Fluid Data Storage Fund pot

Dell readies Linux Ultrabook for autumn release

Windows 8 refuseniks form an orderly queue

Compare the Market loses .XXX smut-squat appeal

It's not that simples, is it?

Judge: Apple must run ads saying Samsung DIDN'T copy the iPad

What next? Macs aren't very good value for money?

IT pro to storm Everest in Bletchley Park cash quest

She's tackled SharePoint, she can tackle ANYTHING

Hubble spots ancient spiral galaxy that SHOULD NOT EXIST

Milky-Way-like shape 'should be space train wreck'

Pure Stream takes on AirPlay

Avoid the Apple tax

Apple finally grabs – after just 16 years

Beret types make way for turtle-neck wearers

Scotland Yard collars seventh computer-hack suspect

Met tight-lipped after latest Operation Tuleta swoop

Vodafone silences punters in mini-mast upgrade bungle

Have you tried turning it off and on again?

Firefox 14 tabs no longer sneak a peek at users' privates

Cache me if you can

Google Nexus 7 shipping cock-up enrages fandroids

'My face will spontaneously combust if it doesn't arrive today'

UK sysadmins pry open wallets for servers ... but not for long

Expect purses to snap shut in Q2, says analyst

Google HARVESTS African mobile numbers with Gmail SMS

Welcome to Google+, we hope you... TXT FOR MORE

Nokia flogged 4m Lumias, still bled €826m this quarter

Plenty of money left in the bank, for now

Barnes & Noble: You won't need a Nook to read our ebooks

Boldly goes where Kindle went in 2010

Google ordered to censor 'torrent', 'megaupload' and more words

French Supreme Court bans pirate lingo from searches

Like clouds, like Big Data? You'll love our tape library – Oracle

Vendor bets that growing biz punters will cough for the SL150

Mega spam-spewing Grum botnet finally KO'd

Zombies lingered until security bods shot 'em down

Mellanox makes InfiniBand hay while the sun shines

But can you hear the ground shake? Chipzilla's a-comin'

Oracle tries to bust out of storage also-ran box

Software giant: Basic storage kit? We do that too

VCE hires Cisco exec to run the company

Takes nearly a year to fill the role

Home Office doc 'not qualified' to assess McKinnon suicide risk

Accused UFO hunting gov hacker still fighting extradition

OCZ shares jump as Seagate gobble speculation echoes

Will the big fellow slurp the flashy hustler?

Apple building 'tactical' data center with 'mantrap' doors

Compact, high-security partner for ginormous North Carolina facility

Apple iOS 6 beta limits number of apps per device

Don't worry, fanbois, it's a high number – a really high number

As promised, AMD posts disappointing financial results

And don't get your hopes up for next quarter, either

Dell details plans for 'remixed' software strategy

Lots of hardware, software, service mash-ups

OpenStack cloud fluffer growing faster than Linux

AnalysisTwo years in, and still not quite a cloud operating system

Boffins demo passwords even users don’t know

Using neuroscience to bolster crypto

Microsoft hires former Hillary Clinton adviser as top strategist

His mission: Put lipstick on Bing

Super Micro misses target in June quarter

A Sandy Bridge too far

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