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Agile development may be taught in Australian High Schools

New curriculum wants “IF” statements for early primary, SQL for tweens

VMware promises better security, considers scheduled patches

Security enhancements, more and better warnings on the agenda

Whitman vows to end channel conflict at HP

Direct sales teams made to honor partner-led deals

Apple accounts for 20% of all US consumer electronics cash

Smartphones and tablets the only growth markets

Next HP CEO is already working at HP, says Meg Whitman

But won't get job 'anytime soon'

Chip daddy Mead: 'A bunch of big egos' are strangling science

ISSCCThe scientific revolution has stalled, here's how to kickstart it

HP rolling out shiny rebates programmes and tools

May deadline set for radical overhaul

Addicted to games? Maybe not in China

New, non-western, definition of games addiction under way for Chinese

Microsoft holds off on shooting Windows Live Messenger

Extra three weeks before the axe falls

Tizen mobile OS releases v2.0 code

Android alternative has Samsung's support

FIFA stages shoot-out between British and German goal line tech

Electric eyes will watch the World Cup, with Hawk_Eye to face off against German foes

Android 4.2.2 slides up skirt slightly, reveals a slip of fishnet

Android@Home and mesh networking - not dead, just sleeping

Meet the stealthiest UK startup's app Swiftkey - and its psychic* keyboard

* Actually quite a lot of maths in new version 4

Nasuni fondles clouds, says Microsoft's is nicest...

Amazon's S3 drops in the rankings

Mobe networks bag UK 4G for a steal - £1bn shy of Osborne's £3.5bn

BT, EE, Three, O2, Vodafone win spectrum licence auction, raise 10% of 3G's £23bn

I used to be an Oracle DBA ... but now I'm a Big Data guru

Dominic Connor shows you how to jump the bandwagon

Clarkson: 'I WILL find and KILL the spammers who hacked me'

Telly bloke promises to 'visit' Twitter hijackers

HP serves up backup-array combo platter to channel diners

On the LeftHand StoreVirtual and on the right StoreServ (3PAR)

Is it a bird? Is it a cloud? No! It's just a new Seagate biz NAS box

Four bays, external SATA bus, 16TB, no buzzwords

Concurrent gives old SQL users new Hadoop tricks

Lingual lets SQL devs speak HDFS lingo

Apple FINALLY fills gaping Java hole that pwned its own devs

Zero-day vuln also downed Facebook staff and other Mac users

BBC: Monster cargo ship delivers '863 million tins of baked beans'

New behemoth carrier hewn from 'eight Eiffel Towers'

Survey: Bosses are DESPERATE and GAGGING for Linux skills

Penguin gurus sought more than other tech workers

Ubuntu's Shuttleworth embraces tablet terror: Our PC biz will survive, too

Linux man's roadmap munches tab, phone, PC, TV

From stage to stream: The unseen tech at the BRIT Awards 2013

FeatureYou'll never moan about the price of Thunderbolt cables again

OnApp packs bullet-proof SAN into v3 of its cloud software

Hey, telcos, fancy some cut-rate cloud storage?

VMware sharpens axe for PCs: Horizon boxset brings Windows to iPads

Control systems, access files from 'droids, iThings, slabs, desktops

Sony flogs off more assets in scramble for full-year profit

£800m sale of medical market biz stake to staunch cash bleed

Future war, what it is good phwoar? asks Crysis skin-paint babe

Erstwhile Pussycat Doll dons spray-on cybersuit to stir up game sales

Rid yourself of Adobe: New Firefox 19.0 gets JAVASCRIPT PDF viewer

Built-in reader escapes into wild from beta incubator

Mail.ru tycoon, Silicon Valley titans announce $3m life science prizes

Yuri Milner teams up with Zuck, Brin and Levinson

BlackBerry squashes W-TIFF-F bug that's ripe for malware squirters

Picture this: BES servers hacked by evil image files

Ad-titan Google blocks Adblock Plus in Android security tweak

We're being singled out, claims app maker

France Telecom takes huge profit hit after swallowing €1.8bn writedown

CFO says it might put 20% of EE on the market

Red Hat has BIG Big Data plans, but won't roll its own Hadoop

Kicks HDFS to the curb and replaces it with GlusterFS

Linaro Linux-on-ARM effort sets sights on network gear

PowerPC, x86, and MIPS can run, but they can't hide

Forget Dropbox, here's Drobo-box: Small-biz array meets Barracuda cloud

When you just can't reach your office's cart o' disks

HP CEO talks up uncertainty in Dell buy-out

If anyone knows about instability, it's Whitman

Google stokes hype machine over Project Glass robospecs

Social networkers react predictably

Chinese search engine giant Baidu forges ARM servers

Marvell notches another design win after Dell and Codethink boxes

'On demand' fibre: Could it happen in Oz?

Trying to find the subsidy

CSIRO: Landscape is biggest carbon sink

No big enough, though

Microsoft: Office 2013 license is for just one PC, FOREVER

Can't be transferred, even to yourself

E-taxes aren't really stuffing Uncle Sam's pockets enough

Internet sales tax proves less lucrative than predicted

Microsoft, EMC, NetApp support Oracle against Google

Grey ladies of tech hope to bend court's ear

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