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Competition crowdsources blisteringly-fast software

TopCoder challenge helps immune system research

FUD flies as Raytheon reveals social media analysis tool

Privacy crisis in progress as social media tracking again found to be intrusive

New Zealand court hands out second peppercorn downloading penalty

Kiwi freetards have no taste whatever

Australian Parliament issues summons to Apple, Microsoft, Adobe

IT Pricing inquiry bares its fangs, prepares to bite Apple over price gouging, tiny tax bill

Bangalore's home state takes aim at tech manufacturing

State budget talks up exports, education and cyber cafes for 5,600 villages

NABERS ... every server needs good NABERS

Australian building rating standard comes to data centres

AT LEAST two-thirds mobile traffic will be video by 2017 - Cisco report

Total mobe data shifted doubled during 2012

Illicit phone rings in Sri Lankan inmate's back crack

Ill-timed call rumbles rectal ruse

BYOD is a PITA: Employee devices cost firms £61 a month

Report: Is making workers pay a false economy?

Don't be shy, vendors: Let's see those gorgeous figures

StoragebodNone of that five-nines crap... your actual real-life downtime numbers

Review: HP Spectre XT TouchSmart

The Ultrabook that reckons it's meant for bigger things

Virtual sanity: What if GreenBytes just DUMPED its hardware?

AnalysisIn theory, software-only could work just fine, argues Chris Mellor

Michelin critics to football blogger: Salaud! Unhand that URL

It's the best Michel Platini website we have ever seen

Can BlackBerry survive? Well, the woods are still full of bear poo

AnalysisBES and BBM, QED: Not RIP IMO

Playmobil punts bank-heist set to wide-eyed kiddies

Should actually be the bank robbing the punter

Barrall, beam me up: 'Private cloud' biz builds Transporter device

Interplanetary transport doodah - or networked drive?

Dead Steve Jobs 'made Tim Cook sue Samsung' from beyond the grave

Attacking iPhone's chip maker wasn't a bright idea, sources now claim

Multi-billion Euro broadband fund obliterated by EU budget cut

Steelie Neelie sees 2020 digital agenda for speedier networks wiped out

Pope resigns months after launching social networking effort

Cardinals to elect successor to @pontifex handle

Microsoft Surface Pro launch: It's easy to sell out of sod all stock

Frustrated fondlers: No desirable 128GB versions and too many 64GB ones

Curiosity raises mighty robotic fist, punches hole in Mars

PicRover is first bot to drill into the Red Planet

Bit9 hacked after it forgot to install ITS OWN security product

Malware signed by stolen crypto certs then flung at big-cheese clients

Music to investors' ears: Storage upstart Violin to go public?

Blocks and FilesAll-flash cash: Is Violin Memory IPO finally happening?

iOS 6.1 KNACKERED our mobile phone networks, claim Vodafone, Three

UpdatediPhone 4S fans ruin 3G, calls, texts for EVERYONE

Don't get 2e2'd: How to survive when your IT supplier goes titsup

AnalysisWhy you should always see it coming

'Let anyone be administrator' bug in VMware snapped shut

Party's over, back to be being a normal Windows user for you

Men's rights activists: Symantec branded us a 'hate group'

'Voice for men' muzzled

Cat cuffing: Japanese cops collar suspect for mass murder e-threat

Arrested man: 'That's not true at all'

UK financial watchdog bends Autonomy over for fresh probe

Financial Reporting Council sniffs allegations surrounding Brit software biz

Mellanox shoots higher and lower with long-haul switches

Adding MetroDX for campus and a MetroX that spans 100km

Samsung laptops can be NUKED by ANY OS – even Windows: new claim

'Guys, that's not what we meant by interoperability'

Microsoft's Azure SQL Reporting FAIL

UpdatedCloud component fails to report for duty after price-cut

Zombie CISPA cybersecurity bill rises from Congressional grave

Obama put on the spot over veto threat

Linux Foundation ships UEFI Secure Boot workaround

Should work with any distro, but not without hassle

Apple said to develop curved glass iWatch with Foxconn

Or is Cupertino simply juicing the rumor mill?

Chrome OS code suggests Chromebook Pixel could be real

Support for hi-res screens, LTE, fast CPUs in the works

Public told to go to hell, name Pluto's two new moons

Measures will be taken to avoid silliness

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