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NASA-backed fusion engine could cut Mars trip down to 30 days

FDR for the stars

Intel hints at server processor plans for the rest of this year

New chippery all around, from tiny Atom to big bad Xeon E7

Two new supers go live in Oz

Igor pulls the big switch

Mozilla devs plotting to put a stake in <blink> tag – at last

Firefox last browser to support offending text style

Boffins propose photon-swapping entanglement experiment on ISS

Spooky in space

Australia gets a space strategy

'Bruce in space' not on the table

Free online Uni courses pressure vendors to drop training costs

Cisco man says certification courses and content may be gratis, exams won't

Microsoft follows Apple into the dock over warranty terms in China

Surface Pro under the spotlight after state-run radio report

US spies' crazytech branch asks chip firm for 8-BIT-PER-CELL memory

Triple level cell? Pah! So yesterday

German boffins aim to burn natural gas - WITHOUT CO2 emissions

Der Flüssigmetall-blasensäulenreaktor kommt

HGST unveils 12Gbit/s SAS SSDs for bankers, gamers and cloud-pushers

Subsidiary of mega-corp punts twice-as-fast kit

Seoul plans anti-GPS jamming system to thwart NORKS

Naughty North Korea has been disrupting signals since 2010

GE shows off tank-tough tech

GTC 2013Sorry, Sarge... I just backed over the new PC

Mali to give away .ML domains for free

Gormless circumlunar HTML slumlord primly gimlets bottomless hamlet

Microsoft: Here's some cash, channel. PLEASE sell Office 365

Resellers bunged $40 per seat for first 3,000 sales

Microsoft's telly-over-the-net tech gobbled by Ericsson for mobes

Just as everyone gets used to watching TV via the Wii

EMC dishes up 8 times more cache to hungry Isilon PAN

Pushing out faster go-faster box

Your consent 'almost always' needed when firms use your data to profile you

Watchdog, er... reassures Euro punters

French spies do a Barbara Streisand over secret nuke radio base

Sacrée vache! Violoneux-wiki ont laissé échapper le force de frappucino

Vinyl sales reach 15 year high, Blighty becomes No. 3 music buyer

You just can't trust that singing fat lady

How to decide when to pass on PaaS

A changing cloudscape

Capita's top brass bags 20% rise - as IT bods shiver in wage freeze

Staff and bosses locked in salary talks for 2013

Finance bods probe RBS over bank-crippling IT cock-up

Bank could face fine for outsourced system collapse

UK ad-slingers spent TWICE as much smearing sales-bluster on mobes in 2012

Google and other ad firms laugh and laugh and laugh

Who wants a smart meter to track'n'tax your car? Hello, Israel

Avoid the rush hour, avoid higher rates. Oh and something about privacy

Stop with that LTE-B nonsense... it's NOT a thing - mobe standards guardian

4G, dude... as if it weren't confusing enough

Review: Kobo Arc Android tablet

Apps and books done right, eventually

Frightening fondleslabs branded Hannibal Lecter of UK PC market

'Cannibalising' tablets chomp on desktop, notebook jugulars

EU competition chief stays in touch with Google via TEXT MESSAGES

'Get real, Eric' - Sent from my iPhone

Yahoo! chats! up! Apple! for! lots! more! iPhone! lovin'!

Seen the scrolling Y! Finance bar in iOS? Purple Palace wants more of that

Achtung! German Amazon workers out on strike

In a very orderly and efficient manner

Therapy for 2e2 survivors: Online confab on 12 April at 2pm BST

Live ChatRelive the pain and learn with The Channel ed Paul Kunert

'Close to one in three - sorry, one in eight - SMEs are software pirates'

Check your shoulders for parrots, lads

Attack of the CYBER NORKS! Pyongyang in frontal assault online

Jong-un's a WRONG 'UN, claim southerners

Inuit all along: Pirate Bay flees Sweden for Greenland

Tip-off of imminent domain seizures sends pirates scurrying

Dell shareholder: 'Rush' is because Michael D wants to buy

Pell-mell Dell sell = 'Like hell' yell from SAM

Oracle to resell Fujitsu 'Athena' Sparc64-X servers ... worldwide

The more Sparcs, the merrier, apparently

ACLU documents shows free access to emails for IRS tax police

If it's opened, or old, then no warrant needed

DropBox adds single sign-on

Amazon-dependent storage provider goes for the enterprise

Office for Android, iOS pushed back to late 2014?

New apps for Windows slabs to come first

Foxconn's revenue down on slowing iPad, iPhone sales

More disappointing results ahead for Apple?

Google brings in blue-chip VC firms for 'Glass Collective'

KPCB and Andreessen Horowitz commit VC funds

Windows 8 has put the world's PC market to sleep - IDC

Double-digit shipment fall 'both surprising and worrisome'

Oracle cuts down Big Data Appliance to make pilots cheaper

Talks up zippier Oracle apps – and new apps – tuned for Exadata engineered systems

Australia's alternative NBN plan: some taxpayer-friendly questions

Puncturing political promises with practicalities

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