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Mars orbiter finds remains of pioneering Soviet Mars 3 probe

Red Planet's first semi-successful visitor spotted

Google: 'We'll track EVERY task on EVERY data center server'

Chip-level performance tracking in thousand-server Googly clusters

... time machine. Iranian Dr Who claims he invented a ...

State media pulls report on PC-sized box with powers to see the future

Chinese boffins predict iPad-sized supercomputers

Quantum physics discovery could spur even lower power consumption

Oz regulator “welcomes” debate on limiting net neutrality

ACCC Chairman likes the idea of ISPs charging by time of day and quality of service

Want to know if that hottie has HIV? Put their blood in the DVD player

Crafty boffins hack sitting-room boxes into lab kit

'North Korea Has Launched a Missile' tweet sent by mistake

Red faces at Yokahama city government after slip of the mouse

GSMA: $11bn for 'universal service' UNSPENT, nations' poor still not connected

Operators ask governments to probe stockpiled universal access levies

Handwriting beats PowerPoint's teaching power says MIT boffin

To make a point online, do it with a pen

Check Point bakes anti-malware tech into firewall bricks

Software 'blades' whisper from scabbards. En garde

Go-go Gadget watch? Apple posts job ad for 'flexible display' bod

Recent posting sought 'senior optical engineer'

Half of US smartphone owners have no idea which mobe to buy next

What was that about platform lock-in?

AVG: That World of Warcraft hack? RIDDLED with malware

Freebie scanner firm drapes arm 'round defenceless PC, smartphone users

Geolocation tech to save 60 Londoners from being run over next year

Look out there's an accident hotspot just ther - Aarghh

'Sorry, I don't get the drama around having an always-on console'

QuotwPlus: 'I buy my lunch with after-tax dollars'

Flash-pusher sTec coughs $36m to settle class action suit

That's a whole quarter's worth of revenue

IT salaries: Why you are a clapped-out Ferrari

Skills shortages? The thing in short supply is cash

LOHAN chap to launch Raspberry Pi eye in the sky

Live stratoimages promised as minicam invades European airspace

The Man Who Fell to Earth: Plane plummet plod probe phone

SIM chip IDs stowaway who completely went to pieces

Tech Data Mobile UK boss Michel resigns after 18 months

Plans to take some time off for 'personal reasons'

Oh S**T, here comes a robot to take my job

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Workers of the world, dump on your masters' doorsteps

Most brain science papers are neurotrash: Official

Don't believe everything you read

I salute Lady THATCHER - Shoreditch's SILICON GODMOTHER

¡Bong!Investor Steve directs the baroness's funeral

Brit cops blow £14m on software - then just flush it down the bogs

Plods lose love for Siren, decide to go with another system

ScanSource will axe Euro staffers to save itself $3.1m a year

US distie plonks man in MD's chair, closes Euro service centre

Winklevoss twins claim to have enormo $11m Bitcoin stash

Zuck's arch-nemeses say they keep virtual coinage in, er, the bank

Space elevators, vacuum chutes: What next for big rocket tech?

Pic specialHow boffins hope to escape long shadow of the V2

Nasdaq chief's large package shrinks after terrible Facebook blow

IPOcalypse slashes CEO's bonus, still takes home $1.3m in extra dosh

'You can keep it' - Brit's nicked laptop turns up on Iranians' sofa

Tracking app on swiped PC snaps pics of family

Windows 7 'security' patch knocks out PCs, knackers antivirus tools

Job done, lads. Now no one's getting infected

Moist iPhone fanbois tempted with golden Apple shower offer

Brouhaha over water-sniffing warranty tech 'settled for $53m'

XMA back on its feet after 2011 public sector knockdown

Sales rise in calendar 12 but profits dip

Anons torn over naming 'n' shaming of 17yo's gang-rape suspects

UpdatedRogue hacktivists may snub family plea for peace

BlackBerry slams Z10 returns report as 'false and misleading'

Seeks investigations by US and Canadian securities agencies

Amazon: We cut prices to scare ourselves into innovation

Bezos outlines thinking behind own-goal margin destruction

New York cops testing Big Brother crime-data Android app

'Funny, you don't look like your photo'

Netbooks projected to become EXTINCT by 2015

Farewell, underpowered li'l fellows, we hardly knew ye

Nearly a quarter of all books sold in US in 2012 were ebooks

Hard times for dead-tree booksellers

Amazon cloud gobbles Microsoft data

Storage Gateway sucks up Hyper-V info

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