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Dell wants to be more than your box provider

Dell World 2012Solutions in hand – but supply your own drinks

Netflix names Google Fiber the fastest ISP in the US

AT&T the slowest mobile provider

After 50 years, Europe gets one patent to rule them all

New European Patent Organisation will apply patents to 25 nations

Dying to make greener batteries

Plant molecule a replacement for cobalt

Trolls and their ilk now file majority of patent suits

Study shows manufacturers, start-ups losing out

Microsoft Surface to hit third-party stores on Wednesday

US, Australia first, other countries to follow

Asia’s chip giant MediaTek reveals quad core SoC

Analysts predict another price war

Broadcom's new chip aims NFC at every smartphone

'Quad-combo' Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM, NFC chip provides no-brainer bonking

Another Apple maps desert death trap down under

'Mount Isa' is 141kms from the actual town

North Korean rocket works, puts something into orbit

Cunning PR ruse had West thinking launch would be delayed due to glitches

Linux kernel dumps 386 chip support

'Good riddance!' says chief penguin Torvalds

Is EMC really jealous of these nubile storage upstarts?

StoragebodSomething's rattled the tech giant's data centre cage

Review: Apple iMac 21.5in late 2012

An extremely thin client

Samsung's smart TVs 'wide open' to exploits

The downside to being 'more like a PC'

Tweeting bankers warned: U better not mislead customers...LOL

Did u rly just tranfer £20k instead of £200 #checkthedecimaldumbass

Russian space research org targeted by mystery malware attack

Korean message forum becomes cyber-espionage hub

Microsoft licence cops kick in TWICE as many customers' doors as rivals

30,000 companies face Redmond audit, says analyst

Revealed: The Brit-built GRAVITY-powered light that costs $5

VidFrom the department of 'why didn't I think of that!'

Speaking in Tech: The day Dell's server guys said 'Cloud is bulls**t'

PodcastHunger Games meets IT: 'Not everyone is going to make it through'

London Blitz bomb web map a hit-and-miss affair

Interesting but inaccurate WWII mashup lacks the human angle

Review: Mio Cyclo 300 cycling satnav

On yer bike, mate

Apple TV demand may drive Samsung-sapping sales

Cook, consumers keenly interested in iTelly

UN's 'bid to wrestle control of internet' stalled by asterisk

WCIT2012Consensus by exhaustion remains best hope for ITU treaty

Top-secret US spaceplane sets off on another classified mission

First X-37B launches for the second time

Email is so last century

Why don’t we just phase it out?

Avaya tosses 400 UK resellers overboard

Swim, channel men, SWIM

MPs: 'Chilling' new libel law will CENSOR THE TRUTH online

We're not trolling, you can silence a site with an email

Is this the sleek new BlackBerry mobe that will save RIM jobs?

PhotoQNX pocket-stroker pics emerge ahead of January launch

Worldwide Gmail crash was due to Google Sync bug

Engineer: How Oompah-Loompah config foul-up pulled down world's email

Guatemalan judge orders McAfee released from detention

Just wants to 'fish and swim', no more aerotrekking

Elon Musk's solar energy biz scraps IPO liftoff at last minute

SolarCity's stock debut postponed, sources whisper

WCIT settles into a long night as deadlocks solidify ... into logjam

Names, numbers and addresses, but not the internet

Feds smash international cybercrime ring with Power of Facebook

Ad-men and G-men form potent globo force

Microsoft Santa gifts you with 5 critical fixes in Xmas Patch Tuesday

Still using Word? You'll want to read this

SolidFire bags blue chip execs, hopes storage street cred will follow

Start-up hires seasoned HP 3PAR bods

Wait, what's that rumble in the storage jungle? Yes, it's Ceph

Open ... and ShutBut can the open-source distributed file system, er, make any money?

Facebook adding new privacy control tools for your 'stuff'

Voting's done, let's get on with it

AssangeTM spins Oz Senate candidacy again

Nobody’s written about me for hours

Xamarin tool lets devs build .Net apps for Mac OS X

Code for Macs the Microsoft way

GE boffins build micro-lungs to cool PC innards

Puffing piezoelectronics outpace fatter fans

Australian app inquiry launches

Aussies asked to think of the children ... and how much they spend by mistake

Internet Explorer tracks cursor even when minimised

Keep calm: it’s only being exploited by adware blood-suckers ... probably

Dell shoots for number one in servers, adds OpenStack to public cloud

Dell World 2012Ex-Prez Clinton preaches optimism, and R&D spending, to the multitudes

Apptio puffs up freebie cost control freak for public clouds

Hooks into the full-tilt-boogie, SaaSy IT bean counter

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