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Java EE 7 melds HTML5 with enterprise apps

New release arrives with GlassFish, NetBeans support

Facebook turns on frigid Swedish ice-maidens in new data centre

And by maidens, we mean slim, 'vanity-free', low-maintenance models

Vodafone Oz launches '100 Mbps' 4G service

Nice speed if you can get it

Speech-to-text drives motorists to distraction

Will talking to you mean I crash into that car up ahead, Siri?

PRISM snitch claims NSA hacked Chinese targets since 2009

Snowden suddenly looks safer in Hong Kong after revelations

Pre-election phishing spike blasts Iranian Gmail accounts

Google warns DigiNotar hackers are back on the scene

Young blokes blinded by video-game addiction: THE FACTS

DARPA-funded eggheads' amazing discovery

Boffins read memory bits with light

Non-destructive reads for FRAM

Boffins fire up old dish to send interstellar SMS

LO aliens of Gliese 526, DIS iz erth. How R u?

CTO's man at VMware whistles an 'appy tune

Paul Strong says 'containerising' applications is the next big thing

NetApp musters muscular cluster bluster for ONTAP busters

Storage array OS overhauled to juggle more nodes, go down on you, er, less

'Office Facebook' firm Tibbr wants you to PAY for mobe-meetings app

Great idea. Punters won't cough for it though

Desperate Venezuelans wiped clean of bog roll

Turn to, um, smartphones... naturally

IBM tells Vegas crowd: Software-defined? Yeah, we're all about that

IBM EdgeStorage buzzword bonanza in gamers' paradise

NetApp clambers over stumbling Big Blue as storage market shrinks

IDC numbers show giants jockeying for 2nd and 3rd place

IBM's $1bn layoffs latest: Now axe swings in US, Canada - reports

Union claims 121 storage bods canned after dismal sales

Acer Iconia A1-810: The Android tab longing for eight-inch Apple action

ReviewiPad Mini? We've heard of it

#Facebook: Now all your hashtags ARE BELONG TO US, Twitter

Zucktags? Bitchtags? Cashtags? Spafftags? You decide

Eurogeddon? Pah. UK banks are more terrified of hackers - big banker

Threadneedle Street ignores collapsing currency, stares fearfully at monitors

MySpace zaps millions of teens' tearful rants, causes wave of angst

'Your crappy redesign SUCKS, I wanna read my blogs' screech users

STEVE JOBS hits back at ebook ruckus FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE

Tech tyrant's bone-chilling touch felt at price-fixing trial

What do you mean WHY is Sony PS4 so pricey in Oz?

OpinionEr, you see, there's this thing called capitalism...

Microsoft botnet smackdown 'caused collateral damage, failed to kill target'

Zombies just won't stay underground

Clearwire board to shareholders: Go on, grab that Dish cash

Sprint looks on in dismay

Violin Memory shuffles out 'half-price' PCIe flash cards to eager tech channel

Blocks and FilesChannel players hope for blooming biz under Rose

Thought you could rely on ever-rising storage hardware sales? Think again

IDC: On the bright side, software sales are up...

Months and months on, tech floggers still waiting to feel Microsoft's tool

Resellers were RIGHT to be sceptical about rebate utility

US Supremes: Human genes can't be patented

It's not quite that simple, of course – but is it ever?

Confidence in US Congress sinks to lowest level ever recorded

So why the %$#@! do we keep re-electing the same politicians?

Big browser builders scramble to fix cross-platform zero-day flaw

Mac users, you're just as vulnerable to phishing scheme

Son of Yahoo! launches Hadoop company

Raymie Stata hopes Hadoop-as-a-service won't be a HaaS been

Microsoft to open Windows Stores inside 600 Best Buy locations

Product showcases 'must be seen to be believed'

ACMA mulls cloud regulation

Aussies don't really trust cloud providers

Google to put Chrome Frame to pasture in 2014

You're all using modern browsers anyway, right?

Google gobbles HALF of world's mobile ad cash

If only people would pay attention to those adverts

Apple said to be 'exploring' 5.7-inch iPhone

Who's the copycat this time, Mr. Cook?

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