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‘Hyperspectral’ camera surprises aurora researchers

41-band snapper spots Northern Lights interacting with airglow

IETF bakes Google's SPDY protocol into HTTP 2.0

Chocolate Factory's web accelerator looks to be going mainstream

Flash memory made immortal by fiery heat

Macronix's 'Thermal annealing' process extends SSD life from 10k to 100m read/write cycles

Xero gets $NZ60m to account for

Kiwi accounting software house expands

Speak2Tweet resurrected after Syria goes offline

Google and Twitter dust down phone tweet platform

Microsoft claims £3.6m piracy scalp in China

Shanghai retailer apologises after reaching settlement

Saucy Star Wars strip show - sorry, burlesque - to tour Down Under

'Wookierotica', sexy stormtroopers and yes, gold bikini

Don't worry, Apple: iPad still dominant in China

Cupertino approach suits the People's Republic

Adobe's revenge on Steve Jobs: HTML5

Open ... and ShutBloated Flash daddy offers web a new hope

Ready for ANOTHER patent war? Apple 'invents' wireless charging

Wait, it's already a thing? Sorry, can't hear you over the sound of our lawyers

British biz gets one in five of its pounds from the INTERNET

Even though 1 in 5 firms still don't have a website

EU joins Google, hippies, Uncle T Cobbleigh in fight against ITU

We'll stop the UN doing a thing it can't and won't do!

China Mobile to reveal how 10 MILLION people will BONK

Will slip new NFC platform into pockets in 2013

Tech titans lose our loyalty: Are fanbois a dying breed?

Sysadmin blogApple, Microsoft, Google? Whatever does the job...

Google buys parcel storage service for Christmas

'We have made rage a thing of the past'. Except at Amazon

Clap Google, Amazon in irons to end tax shenanigans - MPs

Influential panel demands change in law

Piracy haven Newzbin2 gives up, can't pay the bills

No more downloads, but hey, we may start a blog!

News International big boss flings himself overboard

Murdoch: 'Absolutely and entirely his own decision to quit'

TomTom for Android with hands-free kit review

A step in the right direction?

Twenty years of text messages: We've reached Peak SMS

Expensive, truncated emails finally plateau

Who's using 'password' as a password? TOO MANY OF YOU

Study of hacked websites reveals top 25 common passphrases

Children increasingly named after Apple products

The fanboi doesn't fall too far from the tree, eh, Mac?

Home Sec: Let us have Snoop Charter or PEOPLE WILL DIE

Do what I want or bad things will happen to children

HP lunges at EMC's midrange with new 3PAR StoreServ 7000s

Discover 2012Bruised from Autonomy bashing, but not kissing the canvas just yet

NetApp's dangerous dance with the killer brontosaurus - Amazon

Blocks+FilesOne wrong step and you're paste

EMC mixes database upstart into its Greenplum pudding

Allow more users to run queries simultaneously? Now there's an idea

Hold the front page for ETERNITY: Murdoch kills The Daily

Nobody wanted an iPad full of Rupert

Ericsson asks for unlikely ITC import ban on raft of Samsung stuff

Mob of pygmies hacking at Korean giant's shins grows

Stone Group: Beancounter Harbridge to replace flown Bird as CEO

Can the public sector afford British computers?

VMware ships embiggened vCloud Suite after price brouhaha

Discount chop looms; how many dollars per socket?

Curiosity finds organics on Mars, but possibly not of Mars

Mission director vows to hold his tongue in future

World's largest miner spooked by climate change

BHP Biliton rebuilds coal loader to cope with hurricanes, rising sea levels

Apple's new 'Assembled in USA' iMac a bear to upgrade, repair

PhotosWant to add more RAM? Break out your heat gun and guitar picks

Australian telco in $20m robot moon shot bid

PlusComms joins Lunar X Prize team, plans for Sydney mission control

John McAfee remains on the run, but outside Belize

'Drug crazed madman' apologizes for 'silence and misdirection'

His Holiness Benedict XVI to tweet to his Catholic flock

First papal Twitter feed will take Q&A format

Office 2013 now on sale for business customers

Non-subscription version available through volume licensing

Forget fluorescents, plastic lighting strips coming out next year

Glowing plastic mimics natural light

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