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Fujitsu assigns team of women to design PC for women

'All-out-pursuit of elegance' produces jewelled power supplies and mice

Boeing zaps PCs using CHAMP missile microwave attacks

Kills power, leaves IT admins intact

ESO's nine-gigapixel galactic image has 84 MILLION stars

A portrait of the Milky Way bulge in the infrared

Boeing recipe turns cooking oil into jet fuel

Come fry with me...

China's Goophone unveils US$99 Android iPad Mini clone

Every inch a GooPad mini with none of that Apple taste

NSW public servant's email hacked, used to criticise leader

'Source' of explosive missive about education policy was on holiday

Lenovo IdeaPad U410 14in Ultrabook review

Cheaper by design

Sky staffer plundered database to benefit naughty false firms

Keep your enemies close, your DBAs closer still

Acronis reveals plan to bust out of backup biz, thrust growth sideways

Plenty of room in enterprise sync 'n' share, right?

Vaunted Windows 8 RTM updates 'actually featured from Win2000'

Ex-Microsofties dispute Sinofsky's blogpost claim

Amazon ships Kindle Fire HD, Paperwhite to Brits

Lovefilm leaps for Fire too

Rackspace stream from the Clouds to you 'will out-flow the Amazon'

Behold our uncapped data torrents, Bezos, and despair

The Big Debate: OK gloomsters, how can the music biz be FIXED?

Battle of Ideas 2012Technology is sinking to the occasion

'Regular' PS3 gamers who've cancelled credit cards? You FOOLS!

'Network still secure' despite firmware hack and decryption key leak – security expert

James Bond doesn't do CGI: Inside 007's amazing real-world action

Bond on FilmInvisible Aston? We don't like to talk about it

Who is it that makes pots of cash from Apple and Facebook?

Putting the flash into the pan

Chinese boffins discover bizarro fish-oid creature with FOUR LIMBS

The THING that crawled OUT OF THE SWAMP

Renault Clio IV and R-Link Android console hands-on preview

Behind the wheel with the Google-based in-car system

Microsoft's 'official' Windows 8 Survival Guide leaks

What you really, really need to know

Carphone Warehouse outs LG-made Google Nexus 4 smartphone

Premature evaluation

Quantum blames LTO-6 switch-hit for crappy tape sales

But revenues on the mend as firm does well on disk-based dedupe, cuts spending

Ballmer has plans for more Microsoft own-brand hardware

Mmmm, this Windows 8 dogfood is tasty

No GPS in the iPad Mini Wi-Fi: People are right to criticise

CommentCharacteristically evil move by Cupertino

Why is 4G so expensive? Answer: The Post-Voice Era is coming

AnalysisThe money will go where the bandwidth is

Dyson alleges spy stole 'leccy motor secrets for Bosch

Clean up your act, says vacuum maker

Facebook's stock rally may be shortlived: Small advertisers enraged

These fake bisexual girls aren't helping my business!

Symantec CEO takes over global sales chief's job, shows him door

'Best position to win' is with Bennett in every position

Bookeen lights up Odyssey e-reader screen

Let's glow

Mysterious galactic glow caused by Hitchhikers' Krikkit style stars

Lone darkness-wrapped suns fingered in infrared conundrum

HP's 'strained' relations with Violin: Vulture-on-the-windowsill account

ExclusiveOur sources don't cry over spilt beans

LSI puts on brave smile, blames sales droop on 'soft' PC biz

Don't panic, it's nabbed a social network as a customer

Avnet looking to cut costs AGAIN

Fiscal Q1 profits slide by nearly 30 per cent

Windows RT still haunted by the ghost of Microsoft's 2001 tablet fiasco

CommentMake laptops or fondleslabs: the fondletop can't work

Windows 8 unleashed! Midnight launch for world+dog

Will it be remembered as an XP or a Vista?

VMware helps Hadoop roam the Serengeti a little easier

Hadoop WorldVirtual elephants chomping on real data

Apple's 13-inch Retina MacBook torn asunder for your pleasure

Bonus! Adorable kitten photos

Oracle rolls up and rolls out Solaris 11.1 update

Tweaked Solaris Cluster 4.1 system lasher tags along

NBN Co awards satellite station contracts to locals

Ten sites for regional satellites ready to roll

Apple squeaks over revenue estimates, misses earnings target

Mac sales stall

Sinofsky: Surface 'best tablet, best laptop' he's ever used

So solid Redmond built a Surface skateboard

Consumer group urges Aussies to spoof IP addresses

Legally dodgy, but great for the hip pocket given down under price premium

Can a new TCP scheme give wireless a 16-fold boost?

Understanding MIT’s latest save-the-wireless-world technology

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