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Azure is Microsoft's billion-dollar baby – maybe

More like a whole lot of software sold to partners

BT unleashes SIP licensing troll army

Small players collateral damage in Google-versus-BT patent drone-war

The Chromebooks are coming! New models due late 2013

Will battle head to head with Android notebooks

Google Now lands on iOS

Siri: What's it like to have competition in your backyard?

China became world's BIGGEST PC market in 2012

PRC yokels have a penchant for desktops and 14-in notebooks

Pivotal a 'cult' led by charismatic visionaries

Asian head says talks already under way with VCE

Apache attack drives traffic to malware

Blackhole redirect served by modified daemon binary

Continued lack of women in tech bemoaned by ex-techie lady MP

'Women would never have made automated supermarket tills'

Japan's naughty nurses scam free meals with mobile games

Hungry women trick unsuspecting otaku into paying for grub

Pirates scoff at games dev sim's in-game piracy lesson

Dev seeds cracked version of 'Game Dev Tycoon', watches as Pirates run rampant

Red-hot students, an all-day romp and an £11,000 bonanza

ASC'13Yup, China's cluster-crafting combat contest concludes

British biz walking around with 'Hack Me' sign taped to its back

Gov cyber strategy? There is one? Good lord

T-Mobile UK punters break for freedom in inflation-busting bill row

What do you mean, the small print doesn't apply?

Stealthy storage startup PernixData picks up VMware guru

Flying Dutchman weighs anchor for accelerated seas

Object Storage: A solution in search of a problem?

Blocks and FilesThis industry deserves an OSCAR

Crap computers in a crap box: Smart-meter blackouts risk to UK

AnalysisSniff a device's wireless, pwn a power plant, warns Brit biz

Fanbois vs fandroids: Punters display 'tribal loyalty'

Buying a new mobe? You'll stick with the same maker - survey

Quid-a-day nosh challenge hack in bullet-hard chickpea drama

Obstinate legume resists force of steaming cauldron

IBM storage crew: Why bury your BEST kit at the back of the larder?

StoragebodOne jar of exquisite truffles hidden behind 20 different brands of baked bean

Salesforce boots SAP from customer-wrangling software top slot

SaaS outsold on-premises in 2012, says Gartner

Is this the first ever web page? If not, CERN would like to know

Eggheads recreate what could be the original website

2,000km-wide Eye-of-Sauron MONSTER hurricane spotted on Saturn

Cassini craft spots massive swirler atop planet's north pole

Oi, journos. Try NOT to get hacked again. Lots of love, Twitter

Hackers have painted a bullseye on hacks' heads, chat site warns

Yahoo! tries! to! tempt! TV! crowd! with! tiny! dick!

Original comedy telly and sex-talking celebs coming to the Purple Palace

Brits on benefits: 'Dole office site only works on PCs over 10 YEARS OLD' snubs blind, disabled and pensioners

SoftLayer hoists Riak NoSQL datastore onto its cloud

Basho hopes to mine rich seam of cloudy dev gold

Huawei boss: Next CEO won't be member of my family

Company won't go public either, Ren confirms in leaked internal email

Judge sets the date for Patent Smackdown 2: The Damages

Apple and Samsung go toe-to-toe again in November

Credit safety net ripped from under elder IT distie Northamber

Sliding trade at Surrey-based wholesaler fingered

What's that noise upstairs? It's a shakeup at enormo reseller Insight

Welcome back, boss, your temp replacement did an excellent job...

BT and O2 ink deal to build mega 4G network

Prodigal child needs paternal backend support

Bechtle's double digit sales, profit hike in UK? Satisfactory, says parent firm

Wait a sec, isn't there a Euro meltdown on?

Intel supremo backs biz pal SoftBank's billion-dollar bid for Sprint

Otellini: Japanese have made a 'very compelling' offer

Apple: You thought Google dodged taxes? Get a load of THIS

'The market is going to be all over it...'

MongoDB gets incremental restores ... for a price

10Gen cranks monetization handle to lift MongoDB into the cloud

Fujitsu sells off microcontroller and analog chip biz to Spansion

Japanese giant books a loss in 2012, optimistic about 2013

BlackBerry CEO: Tablets will be dead in 5 years

PlayBook, anyone?

Feds want to fine companies that refuse wiretap requests

Apparatchiks whine that technology's making it too tough

Cloudera revs up Impala SQL for Hadoop

Big-data elephant to pronk like a gazelle - or roar like a Chevy

Budweiser's bonkable Buddy Cup brings Facebook to the pub

Toast now, stalk later – no convo required

Amazon goes legit with cloud certification plan

'Enterprisey enough for ya?' bellow Bezos & Co.

ESA retires Herschel space telescope as too hot to handle

Lonely star-spotter stranded 1.5 million km from Earth

Alibaba splurges half a billion on a slice of 'Chinese Twitter'

E-tailer sees commercial opportunity in Weibo

One of the world's oldest experiments crawls towards a fall

Fever pitch excitement at planet's most boring webcam

Cray peddles more iron than expected in Q1

Not enough to keep it from booking a loss, though

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