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Intel: Everything is absolutely fab-u-lous, particularly in servers

The chip fab edge will buy Chipzilla time in smartphones, tablets

Black holes bigger than first thought

Boffins ready to ditch linear galaxy size = black hole size assumption

Lenovo offers Chrome OS ThinkPad for well-heeled schools

Toughens up laptops for schoolyard survival

Cisco takes stake in virtualiser Parallels

If VMware's Nicira is no threat, why does Cisco need another virtual friend?

Office 2013 now available for some home users

If your boss offers you cheap software, say 'yes'

Dotcom's Mega to launch with mini call centre

50GB accounts for all!

Wikimedia gets the travel bug with Wikivoyage

Just what the world needs: another travel site in search results

PR people 'put duty to the public ahead of employers' interests'

Says press release based on what PRs said in interviews

Did ZDI snub your 0-day attack? Packet Storm will buy it for $7k

Assuming Google didn't offer $20,000 for it, either

Use your loaf, Europe! Eat more fibre - high-speed web lobbyists

InterviewDon't swallow BT's excuses, demand fast net access NOW

'Like most convoluted theories, it was an incorrect one'

All Hail Bob the Dev... Plus: 'A Death Star isn't on the horizon'

Cybercrooks send in Bouncer to guide marks to phishing sites

Website for one, monsieur?

Happy birthday, Lisa: Apple's slow but heavy workhorse turns 30

The story of the machine the Mac maker would rather you forgot

McDonalds burger app gives it to you straight from the horse's mouth

We're not flogging you dead horse, etc

Google's JavaScript assassin: Web languages are harder than VMs

Dart daddy Lars Bak: JavaScript? I have no problem with it

Brits' privates furtled in TWO-THIRDS of UK fraud cases

Keep your wallet close, keep your personal data closer

Hark! Mark McHale hailed as new Arrow ECS UK boss man

ExclusiveSteve Pearce moves to Euro role

What’s a computer? Eat yourself fitter!

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Best tech of the year is forking crap

EMC fires anti-Dropbox torpedo to sink off-site biz clouds

In Syn'city, the IT bosses rule the data

VXers exploit users' confusion over Java to punt fake update

Cheers, dears, I'll just pop through that backdoor...

Google sinks millions into plush new £1bn London HQ

Plus: Someone tell Choc Factory veep the web was born on Franco-Swiss border told to get a brain in wake of £1bn IT deals collapse

Small biz blasts ministers for cockup that cost them £££££s

Why no one wants to Joyn GSMA's Skype-killing expedition

Global agreement for each tiny step turns deadly hunt into slow-mo joke


Yeah, I don't see Facebook cars driving themselves, bitch

Facebook's sexy pick 'n' mix OCP model is great... for Facebook

Blocks and FilesChris Mellor discerns cunning plan behind open-source generosity

Top Gear isn't TV, not when it's on YouTube

Ofcom overrules streaming regulator

US general: Beware of Iran's Revolutionary Cyber-Guard

Stuxnet and other attacks have turned country into 'force to be reckoned with'

Microsoft promises big shiny tool to cheer glum Windows resellers

'It is painful, not easiest thing' flogging Redmond kit

Cash-ravenous Sony will flog Manhattan HQ for $1.1 BEELLION

Something the Japanese biz will actually make a profit on

Software Box banks double-digit profit spike in fiscal 2012

Who said there's no money in the channel?

Fujitsu Tech Solutions boss: I am an industry 'insurgent'

Badboy Michael Keegan plans to upset rivals, pilfer biggest partners

Smarm-bot Siri seeks side-splitting script-writer for charm transplant

Forget an Oscar or Bafta, Apple's offering the hottest writing gig in town

Paging Dr Evil: Philips medical device control kit 'easily hacked'

Homeland Security 'taking an interest'

GridIron gobbled up by Violin Memory

SAN acceleration added to Violin's string

Google files patent for eyewear that SHOOTS LASERS

Burn a keyboard on your arm

Microsoft to end Windows 8 discounts on January 31

Here's what it will really cost

Microsoft's ARM blunder: 7 reasons why Windows RT was DOA

AnalysisRedmond's low-rent tablet OS was doomed from the start

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