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University of Minnesota demos light-powered nano-relay

Photon amplification without electricity

HP previews OpenFlow virty network controller

Tie those applications to the network with flexible pipes

Ellison says Oracle eats own dogfood for cloud apps

OpenWorld 2012He's looking at you,

Liquefied-air silos touted as enormo green 'leccy batteries

Brit engineers try to keep the juice flowing

Power7+ chips debut in fat IBM midrange systems

Near the top at first, trickling down to smaller boxes next year

China domain name land grab about to start

'.中国' domain ready to roll as part of ICANN's non-ASCII plan

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 review

The most complete digital communications device known to man?

HMRC: Moving our data to the cloud will make it MORE secure

Skyscape deal will net £1m savings, claims UK taxman

'Leaked' doc shock: BT denies inflating prices for rural broadband rollout

DCMS won't comment on alleged dismissal of BDUK doc's author

Zombie-animating malnets increase 200% in just 6 months

Cybercrooks beef up botnet-powering badness

Brighton marathon munchers banned from all-you-can-eat diner

Snouts out of trough for porker pair

Momentum builds for iPad Mini launch

Raising steam - or vapour?

Thank Freeview for UK 4G by mid-2013 - NOT the iPhone 5 nor EE

Telly retuning clears way for networks to join party early

Google, Microsoft spar to be tech's also-ran behind King Apple

Ads giant nicked Windows 8 biz's 2nd-place spot, but not for long

Now Space Station forced to DODGE flying Japanese junk

First Indian, Russian debris - next Tokyo's gear is in the way

Sony PS3 sales soar on slimmer system

Numbers up 138 per cent

Googorola mysteriously pulls plug on ITC Apple patent probe

Does what no fanboi can do: drops the subject

Virgin Media's 'bye-bye to buffering' ad nuked by watchdog - AGAIN

David Tennant told to take his baseball bat home

Cash in the asset: Nokia may flog global headquarters in Espoo

As it tries to escape its economic poo

Top admen beg Microsoft to switch off 'Do Not Track' in IE 10

Browser 'blocks our adverts choice and competition'

SCH Group prepares for life after distribution

Banks double digit-hike in sales and profits for fiscal 2012

Skype touts FREE* Wi-Fi across the UK

* If enough small biz cough up a tenner a month

NIST crowns next-gen hash algorithm Keccak as official SHA-3

After six years, we have a winner

US data show slump in Apple tablet share

Kindle accelerates Android uptake

Turkish officials reach for YouTube's joystick

Vids posted in Google's vault now tightly curbed by Ankara laws

Hey, Third World! We know what you need: Mmm, patent wars

UK IPO signs education deal, jumps on next flight

EE sets October date to power up UK 4G network

Works not quite on everything, not quite everywhere

Will Elpida be gobbled by a rival or get a multi-billion cash jab?

Japanese court stalls decision on restructuring deals

Gather round, EMC's ol' man Tucci knows Big Data's 'killer app'

Oracle OpenWorldBig cheese tells a tale of real-time analysis

VC plans to flog or float public sector biz Civica next year

Sugar daddies at 3i ponders exit route

OpenStack certification up for grabs - if you pass its Kobayashi Maru

Klingons are in your cluster, what do you do?

Punch-drunk Xyratex takes another beating, expects Q4 loss

Technical difficulties, enterprise storage droop and coming soon: crap disk drive sales

Riverbed plunks ESXi hypervisor in Steelhead WAN optimizers

Gooses performance with flash, optimizes virty desktops

T-Mobile and MetroPCS mobile minnows merge

Taking on Sprint with LTE prowess

Oracle nudges Sparc T5s back out to 2013

OpenWorld 2012Solaris 11 gets an update, Sparc T4s carry on

Cloud storage exempt from Ninefold's uptime boost

Cloud company says uptime will rise yet still has all its disks in one basket

Pirate Bay back online as PRQ raid target confirmed

Anonymous kicks at Swedish government sites

John Key accused of Dotcom ‘brain fade’

February briefing hinted at illegal wiretaps

Oz gov to test ‘all renewable’ options

Releases base data for public scrutiny

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