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Leaked Genius Bar manual shows Apple's smooth seductions

It's all about empathy, and making the sale

Windows Azure adds code-free data services for mobile apps

Cloudy database backends in less than five minutes

Mission Impossible for animation house Fuel VFX

Oz company titsup despite work on Avengers, Prometheus and Iron Man 2

AMD CTO spills 'Steamroller' core specs

Hot ChipsShows off impending Opteron SeaMicro microserver

More of Kim Dotcom's booty released by court

Lord of uploads outlines even more mega upload service


Antique Code ShowPlasma TV?

Number-plate spycams riddled with flaws, top cop admits

Crims know location of some ANPR cameras, helps them evade capture on the road

Heartbroken app-maker Qt sneaks into Android's bed

The library that's too cute to kill

RIP Brian Wynne Oakley: Saviour of Bletchley Park

ObituaryWhen Big Government was a good thing

Apple: I love to hate, and hate to love thee

Open ... and ShutRebel, patent wrangler, aggressive litigator

Hack on Saudi Aramco hit 30,000 workstations, oil firm admits

AnalysisFirst hacktivist-style assault to use malware?

Intel tries to wangle China crypto-standards deal


Mars rover 'cast: A depressing day for space and technology

CommentInterplanetary voyages: Boring compared to pop, obviously

New rule on blood-soaked metals in mobes is POINTLESS

AnalysisTech biz already cracked down on Congo's capacitors

Cops cuff journo over anonymous plod blogger unmasking

Computer Misuse Act cited

Microsoft gives Android punters some official SkyDrive love

Come and Google Play

DOCTOR WHO world, or Magrathea, SPOTTED* orbiting twin suns

NASA star scope confirms sci-fi planets realistic

Ten movies inspired by video games

Film Round-upPlaying in the cinema

Worldwide server sales head south as shipments put on ice

Unix, mainframe transitions stall Q2

BT wins ad watchdog ruling against BSkyB's 'instant movie' claim

All a question of broadband speed, dear boy

IDC: Trying to flog PCs? It's not going to happen

Box counter slashes sales forecasts... Windows 8 not following the script

Apple: You'd want hi-fi streamage from us, not poor-people Wi-Fi audio

Admit it, you want everything to be shiny and swanky

Second LulzSec suspect charged over Sony Pictures hack

Arizona man hands himself in

Serco throws US in the clink for wrecking cash targets

Outsourcer's H1 2012 propped up by rest of the world

Samsung to offer Apple Dock style Start Button in Windows? Really?

Making Apple-ish stuff has gone well for them - oh wait

Ho ho ho! Apple's Samsung ban bid pushed back to Christmas

South Koreans gasp for breath after patent smackdown

'FIRST ever' Linux, Mac OS X-only password sniffing Trojan spotted

Windows? Who the hell uses that?

Young alcoholic star 'covered in fluids needed for birth of alien life'


Targeted firm smacks back, chucks patent sueball at Overland

What do you mean we're the ones infringing YOUR intellectual property?

Privacy warriors win right to fight Google's itty-bitty FTC payout

Is that $22m for stalking punters missing a zero or two?

Samsung chucks 'free' Galaxy S III at dragon sketcher

It's paid for itself in publicity

Red Hat's JBoss gets BPM facelift

Acquisition expands middleware reach

VMware adds EMC daddy's deduping backup to vSphere

Prepares for backlash of the backup vendors...

AMD to double up cores with Jaguars

Hot ChipsAnd maybe finally a Cat server variant

Look out, world! SUSE Linux's OpenStack control-freak is loose

CloudOpen 2012And it's chasing a cloudy bandwagon

Fired Toyota coder trashes systems, steals data

Insider info leak could cause 'irreparable damage'

Gelsinger wants VMware to be the Apple of the data centre

VMworld 2012Innovation without arrogance the goal ... just like Cupertino?

Intel adding wireless power sharing for smartphones and laptops

Dump the cords in 2014

Customs contradicts vendors over IT pricing

Joins Treasury in endorsing 'grey market'

Republican manifesto calls for internet freedom but no net neutrality

Trust the corporate sector to do you right

New Zealand softens software patent ban

Amendment welcomed by vendors, laywers

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