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VMware CTO Steve Herrod jumps to venture capitalist

Will remain as advisor after taking up post at General Catalyst

Applied Micro ARM servers all over Open Compute Project

Open Compute 2013Facebook friends, including Dell, spec out X-Gene microservers

Former CEO John Sculley: Apple must adapt or die

Prices 'dramatically different' in emerging markets

White House raises the signature threshold for petitions to 100,000

Calm down, you're being silly

ESA, NASA agree on Orion module supply

Your ultimate European driving experience

North Korean crackers hit South Korean hacks

Presidential transition team targeted by Pyongyang

Obama calls for study into games ‘n’ guns link

The only way you’ll get this joystick is to pry it from my cold, dead fingers

Iron Man to fly Chinese mobe-maker TCL around the world

China taps celebrity power

Capgemini staffers evacuated by cops after London helicopter crash

Chopper prang - the test of a proper contingency plan

EMC anoints ‘Elect’ group of IT pros

75 members see career upside helping EMC 'span brand loyalty and advocacy’

2012 in supercomputing: Ceepie-geepies, a weak ARM and the need for speed

HPC blogPlus: How are algorithms like your ex?

China visa changes could attract job-hunting IT pros

Must speak the language, endure nasty pollution, censored internet ... what's not to like?

US taxman joins UK politicoes on hunt for Amazon cash

Who would you be more scared of?

Top Brit Penguins spurn London Stock Exchange for NYSE

Silicon Valley HQ to wag 50 per cent Blighty-based dog

The Spherical Cow lands, spits out Anaconda

ReviewFedora's Linux distro no slick alternative to Ubuntu - yet

Dixons steps over Comet's bloodied body to nab bonus Xmas sales

Four per cent growth? Yoink!

Spanish city renames square in Clash frontman's honour

Granada remembers Joe Strummer

Tell Facebook who's the greatest: YOU are!

OpinionOr you can just buy a mirror instead

Cryptome escapes Thales' attack dogs in bank security row

Global giant pulls DMCA nastygram, swears it wasn't stifling research

eBay's festive sales soar, but what's this? Profit DOWN 62%?

Skype selloff aftermath and millions more mobe strokers

Hey HP: You may not rate Autonomy, EDS, but buyers do

VCs are circling, true, but so are tech firms - reports

Phone hacking saga: 3 men cuffed over alleged plod bungs

Murdoch's News Corp accuses two cops, one journo

VIA bakes a fruitier Rock cake to rival the Brit Raspberry Pi

Updated ARM-powered micro also brought to book

Pubic louse falls victim to eager Brazilian strippers

Waxes wax, crabs wane

Nokia axes 300 IT bods, outsources 820 to Tata, HCL

Former mobe king downsizes ahead of financial results

Computacenter UK beats its German biz to the pool for 2013

Blighty in 'good shape', Euro teams woken by room service

What ereader decline? Kobo pumps up the volumes despite grim forecasts

Big gains in 2012 even though world+dog in a fondleslab frenzy

Swartz prosecutor: We only pushed for 'six months' in the cooler

'There is little I can say to abate the anger', says Ortiz

Orange boasts: We made Google PAY US for traffic

Some packets are more neutral than others ...

New slicker Shylock Trojan hooks into Skype

Another way to extract a pound of flesh

RIM gets thumbs up from Visa for pay-by-bonk security tech

Trust us, we're Canadian

Web firms drool as ballgazer spies $11bn mobile ad spend in 2013

Gartner forecasts cash bonanza

Northgate Managed Services boss to exit

Andy Ross leaving in wake of attempts to sell biz

Big spike in Euro patents - but 63% were filed from outside Europe

UK a measly 8th in filings at European Patent Office

Storage for 'Enterprise': What does that even MEAN?

StoragebodFor biz, for large deployments, backup memory for the Star Trek starship?

AV-Test boss dismisses Microsoft criticism of malware test results

Says Redmond's not picking up the fresh threats

Facebook rolls out new web and database server designs

Open Compute 2013Old photos, like revenge, are best served cold

NBN contracts reveal the state of Telstra’s ducts

$AU300 million going down the tube

Intel's fourth quarter a bummer, as expected

Profits fall a lot faster than revenues

Linksys vuln: Cisco responds

Working on fix for WRT54GL router

FAA grounds Boeing's 787 after battery fires on plastic planes

Not just for iPods and laptops but Dreamliners, too

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