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Apple to ditch Intel – report

Here we go again

Swiss boffins slap together homegrown zBox4 supercomputer

Overnighter yields 54 teraflops with flashy storage

Army patents neural chip design for quantum internet

Nonlinear chips for a nonlinear world

Verizon to close mobile app store, disappointing few

Apps to go dark by January 2013 or sooner

Mobiles susceptible to radio hacks

PodcastAttack could command phones to record and transmit your voice

Monitors to grow half an inch in 2013

Sales to go soft as it's what we do with them that counts

Red Hat's off to China with ambitious growth plans

Firm looks to cash in on huge cloud expansion

Classic game 'Elite' returns … on Kickstarter

Frontier Developments promises multiplayer 'space epic with stunning visuals'

Cover your 4G LTE legal arse for just 79p per mobe

Dive in to the patent pool party, the people are FRANDly

Chinese jitters as tech firms look to SE Asia expansion

Could the global tech power balance be shifting?

Sharp clarifies doom-laden English earnings report

'Mis-translation' of report corrected to remove reference to possible collapse

Flash-killer nanotube memory firm teams with Belgians to try again

3 yrs late, and counting - but now moving 'even faster'

Ten... Apple iPad Mini alternatives

Product Round-upPicks for the fruit-phobic fondleslab fancier

New trend: Trojan which steals your pics instead of your text

That private stash of, ah, special-interest jpgs? Lifted

TwinStrata wrestles Nasuni in the cloud-gateway Jell-O pool

Aims to twang rival's thong with new CIFS CloudArray

UN internet talkshop to meet, blue helmets still not poised to invade USA

Twitter bullshitters, porn, other vital topics on agenda

Good ship Quantum turns to Starboard, fires a few ranging shots

Responds to SEC filing across its bows

007 hardware: Gadgetry, spyware and things that make you go Boom

Tracking gadgets, stealth comms, underwater cars and more...

Avira 'fesses up: Our software isn't compatible with Windows 8

UpdateFirm clutches smoking gun, hops toward 2012

Are you an IT pro? It's no longer safe to bet your career on Microsoft

Obviously don't just become an iOS dev, though ...

Credit card-sized mobile simplified for oldies

Retirement phone

Mystery robot-bringing UFOs sighted by Indian troops on Tibet border

'Not necessarily from outer space', reports paper

Windows Phone 8 has a secret feature which may activate at any time

UpdatedAims to let users surf free Wi-Fi 'spots all unknowing

IT spending set to SOAR in Europe ... by, er, 1.4 per cent

Crack open the economically priced sparkling wine!

Two Texan teams tool up, ride out to enormo cluster shootout

SC12We're gonna kick supercomputer ass and chew gum - and we're all out of gum

Facebook starts to ingest Instagram: Users revealed to web

InstaFacers fear their mum may now see sepia nudies

In the loop: how Halo defined a new decade of first-person shooters

FeatureFrom 'Pillar of Autumn' to genre foundation

Skyrim DLC lets players FLY DRAGONS

Bethesda unveils 'Dragonborn'

Astronauts in the US election: No, NOBODY is voting from space

One 'naut may become a congressman, however

Surface more profitable than iPad

Microsoft's margins greater than Apple's

EXTREMELY RARE never-seen-alive WHALES found (briefly) alive

Not extinct after all. Probably, anyway

Firm-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named's tax dodge profit shift? Totally legit

Multinationals can 'choose where their profits are based'

Belkin flaunts non-Apple Lightning add-ons

Third-party first

Microsoft shoots Windows Live Messenger, brings in Skype IM

Only room for one VoIP service

China tries for 2012 WORLD cluster compo DOMINATION

SC12Sends NUDT, UTSC against the world at SC12 cluster-fest

iPhone 5 unlocked US prices placed on Apple website by accident

Just $649 for the phruit-chomp phondleslab

All-female code-crunching boffin team aims for cluster compo glory

SC12Comp sci, maths and hard science majors hope to draw more women into tech

Speaking in Tech: VMware $billion buy - brilliance ... or blunder?

PodcastAlso, how many bods needed to fit an SDN lightbulb?

Maude reckons UK.gov web makeover will save £1.8bn annually

Just want to talk to someone? Request it via HTML

Nvidia heralds Steam for Linux debut with 'double-speed' drivers

GeForce to be reckoned with on the open source platform?

LOHAN's cold heart beats beneath silicon breast

Spaceplane mission control electronics provisionally dubbed 'HILTON'

Cockatoo grabs his tool, manages to get hold of boffins' nuts

Birdy genius stuns scientists with twiggy feats

ARM Holdings licenses big chunk of MIPS patents

UpdatedGame over for MIPS ... or, just maybe, not

DCC SerCom: Suck on that, distie rivals - our sales went UP 20%

Micro P daddy reports operating profits rising too

Man who put the manhood into the Speaking Clock dies

ObitBrian Cobby - one-time Madonna arm candy - was 83

Fujitsu Technology Solutions CEO throws in the towel

Schwirz to 'pursue ambitions'. Don't let them get far

Brussels looks set to OK Apple e-book collusion deal, sources say

Alleged price caper put to bed after Amazon reads a story

Epic FAIL: Anonymous didn't hack PayPal, managed to frighten Oz hippies

#OpNov5 pyrotechnics disappear in puff of smoke

CA Technologies sues New Relic over APM patents

Cheaper than just buying it, maybe

HP deed-poll drama: MORE new names for storage kiddies

Isn't this getting a bit confusing?

Google bod exposes Sophos Antivirus' gaping holes

Ormandy - Are you pleased with yourself? Probably yes

Scraggly student veterans bid for SC12 victory

SC12Does experience = cluster triumph?

US election: New Jersey email voting plan 'best of bad bunch'

Better to give a man two votes than none

Apple rejects NAKED HIPPIE ebook, despite apple coverup

Photos'Censorship threat to a major part of the Danish cultural heritage'

Ohio voting machines have 'backdoor', lawsuit claims

VideoSecurity of e-voting called into question – again

HP taps server exec Fink as CTO, lab director

Business critical research and development needed

GPU-powered Chrome lets you watch YouTube longer

Version 23 also adds better permissions and Do Not Track

Satellite data gets a dose of Google cloudy goodness

CSIRO invades the Chocolate Factory

ACCC weighs in on IT pricing

Vendors warned: don’t fib to the public

Google's Brin: Elected officials should quit political parties

Calls US government 'a bonfire of partisanship'

NASA snaps revealing pix of visiting near-Earth asteroid

PhotosImminent end of civilization highly unlikely

Hardware failure melts down Chocolate Factory

CloudFlare engineers sort out Google's problem

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