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Entangled matter the next big thing in qubits

Teleportation inches forward

Oracle slaps critical patch on insecure Java

Tries to educate users about potential dangers of in-browser Java apps

Desultory figures from Intel as Otellini makes his last call

Expects data centers and touch to revive fortunes

Huawei Ascend Mate lands in Australia

But where's 'Oz tax'?

Yahoo! thanks! Asian! equity! for! 36! PERCENT! income! boost!

Irony police circle as Jerry Yang's far-sighted deal buys Mayer more time

O2 tries something completely new: Honesty

Monthly bill to be torn from real cost of 'free' phone

AMAZEBALLS: Buy a doomed Apple TV, get a replacement free

3rd-gen Wi-Fi-hungry telly boxes can't do Wi-Fi

Hands up who wants 3D finger-controlled fridges? That's the spirit

AnalysisYou thought 'slide to unlock' was bad? Gestures are the next patent battle

Chinese iOS pirate Kuaiyong launches web app store

Bad news for Apple developers targeting PRC

Angry Birds fire back: Vulture cousins menace UK city's mobiles

Brits must suffer until mast eggs hatch

Are biofuels Europe's sh*ttiest idea ever?

AnalysisFamine-causing ... and not even environmentally friendly

Eerie satnav boffinry claims it can predict THE FUTURE

In 20ft stop, turn around, don't bother eating at that restaurant

Cloudscaling licenses Juniper virty networking for new OpenStack distro

Getting ready for Grizzly with OCS 2.5 this summer

Move over, Mythbusters: Was Archimedes an ancient STEVE JOBS?

Happy 2,300th, old man... Beware of turtleneck-wearing Greeks?

Google erects tech specs tech specs, APIs hit the decks

First head-mounted Glass gear roll off production line

TalkTalk ads banned by watchdog over 'misleading' YouView offer

When free ain't 'free' cos there's a 50 quid fee

EU trade chief looks to reboot anti-dumping case against Huawei, ZTE

Commission looks to ministers after firms refuse to complain

Office 365 - what's in it for you? Speak your brains

Live ChatNavigate the features and licensing maze with Mary-Jo Foley and Team Reg

Foxconn must pay Microsoft for EVERY Android thing it makes

New deal to earn dosh from Google's labours

Dell kills 3-year-old object storage appliance line

ExclusiveMoves to software-only model

PC floggers scavenge for crumbs as Apple hoovers up profits

Macs now 5 times more profitable than 5 biggest PC players named THE BEST THING Britain has made all year

Website beats Raspberry Pi, The Shard, Olympics et al

Boffins: Tireless star spurted deadly jets for half an hour at a time

Long-lasting gamma ray bursts were death throes of a supergiant - study

Samsung: Posting of fake HTC hate was 'unfortunate'

Watchdog probes anonymous comments slating rival's mobes

Google Apps goes TITSUP for millions - users REJOICE on Twitter

Cloud rains on parade. Again

Linux in 2013: 'Freakishly awesome' – and who needs a fork?

LCS2013Features, performance, security, stability: pick, er, four

Inside Secure snatches BBC iPlayer downloads from Adobe

Doctor Who on your Android slablet to follow?

UK Supreme Court backs news leech in copyright fight

But asks EU court to give final say on browser cache scuffle

Brit IT biz boss wrongly 'terminated' in red-tape blunder

Are you Sarah Connor?

US Justice Department pushes for fairer spectrum auctions

Giants shouldn't be allowed to hoard spectrum to lock out rivals

US to hand out wads of green (cards) in bid to staff tech industry

Microsoft alone desperate to hire 3000 brains on top pay

Google tells Microsoft IE shops: We can help you with those 'legacy apps'

Offers Explorer users Chrome migration extension with long lists

White House threatens to veto redrafted Cyber Intelligence act

Still too evil, insist presidential viziers

Microsoft joins the two-step verification party

Late convert to dual-protection club

OpenStack: Control freak is a platform, just like Android and iOS

And increasingly for enterprise users over cloud operators

Intel: Now THIS is how you forge physical, virtual switches

Chipzilla wants to take over data center and telco networking

Data centers can't save Intel's first quarter

But they might save 2013 if Atom and Xeon chips take off

Intel grabs API management company Mashery

Chipzilla takes a slurp of cloud

Antares aborted after launchpad mishap

Supply line separated early

Malware and domain-squatters target Boston Marathon bombing

Tragedy inspires threats both true and false

Boffins spin a solid state qubit in a nucleus

Reliable quantum memory in silicon

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