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Surprise! Microsoft patches latest IE10 Flash vulns on time

Issues fixes same day as Adobe's patch

USAF declassifies ‘flying saucer’ design

Spiked 1950s project had high hopes

HP doubles up SAP hard-hearted HANA appliances

Scaling out and adding failover clustering

iOS 6 Alarms bug hits Australia

USA, UK, seemingly spared daylight savings SNAFU

Fossil reveals spider in mid-strike

Predator and prey, together forever

AMD unveils 'sweet spot' processor for 'sexy' tablets

Z-60 aims between Atom and Core i3 for Windows 8 fondleslabs

Patent troll targets ZTE

Legal hit lands after US congress adds ZTE, Huawei, to security risk list

NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson expects toothbrush commerce

Also says Big Data is really about Little Data

Pakistan blocks 20,000 sites in wake of anti-Islam vid

YouTube just the start for anxious censors

New Zealand issues Hobbit money

Previousss coins have horrible exchange rate

Huawei says US probe had 'predetermined outcome'

Argues Congress found no “clear information or evidence” of security risk

Borderlands 2 review

Smash and grab

IBM wrestles controls, pulls midrange array sales out of death dive

EMC strato-jet looks down as other flap wings, gasp

Don't delete that email! Why you must keep biz docs for 6 YEARS

CommentDon't be caught out when lawyers knock on the IT dept door

Citrix XenServer 6.1 fires live VMs from cannon across servers

Wanna avoid downtime? Well, just put this helmet on...

HTC profits lobbed off a cliff by rivals Samsung and Apple

And revenue plunges in Q3 as mobes fail to impress punters

Face-recognising spy drone tech tapped up by... Quantum

Storage giant jumps into live video processing game

Rover spots 'possibly artificial' MYSTERY SHINY OBJECT on Mars

Might be a piece of Curiosity, speculates NASA

SpaceX Falcon 9 flameout leaves commercial satellite in wrong orbit

ISS cargo on track, private sector customer looking blue

New British tax-cuts-for-patents scheme criticised

Consultants and lawyers think it's just spiffing, though

Campaigners roll out political-correctness Voight-Kampff CAPTCHAs

Works on (truthful) unrighteous - but not so well on bots

O2 flogs logs of mobe locations to anyone with a wallet

This anonymised guy lives here, works there ...

That horrendous iPhone empurplement - you're holding it wrong

'Grip your digital tool correctly, all will be well'

'Apps are replacing people everywhere', says Canalys chief

Channel ForumsBut not Channel guys delivering apps, so be one of them!

'Small' upheaval at McAfee, not many fired

The guy who knows how many, we already sacked him

HP: PC industry has forgotten how to innovate

Windows 8? Oh, that. Listen, check out this 'sleekbook'

Red Hatters seal chumship with Zend on OpenShift PHP cloud

Now you can Zend it like Beckham

VMware crams more cloudy calories in vCloud Suite's cakehole

VMworld EuropeChubby control freak now with more to grab hold of

iPad Mini pics spied on Twitter

Mock-up or real deal?

BT Infinity customers hit by outages at 'third party peering network'

Telco cops to five-day-long 'major packet loss'

Natwest's Get Cash app pulled, but NOTHING to do with frauds

Yes there were frauds, yes it is pulled, but NO NO NO

'It's not a post-PC world: Just a post Windows one, maybe'

Channels ForumRedmond is like Apple - it makes distributors cross too

Google finds MORE slurped Street View data down under

Ad giant unearths two more disks down back of sofa

Edge-of-space skydiver grounded by ANOTHER bout of bad wind

UpdatedBaumgartner's mission still on hold

Integrated storage hardware is DEAD, software firm says

VMworldIt's the food and the service that count, not the plates


Hmm, just as we thought. No sign of aliens after all

Quantum computer boffin 'had to sit down' on getting Nobel Prize call

Deserved glory, trouserfuls of cash for French/US pair

ARM upstart Calxeda pours $55m into server chip war chest

Hints at future 64-bit processors

ZTE slams Congress spying claims, doubles down on sales ban

'Ban all Chinese hardware and see where it gets you'

Mobile phone downloads now a blip on the radar: ABS

From miniscule to a little less miniscule

Judge goes postal on Kim Dotcom extradition appeal

US court rejects the 'I never got that letter' defence

MIT team sketches nanotubes with special pencil

This should put the lead in

Kernel crimps make Windows 8 a hacker hassle

The kernel is the new battleground, says ReactOS and iOS co-author Alex Ionescu

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