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Egad! Could Samsung be cheating in Galaxy benchmark tests?

What's this lipstick-marked 'BenchmarkBooster' we found in your system file, Sammy?

Intel's homage to Raspberry Pi: The much pricier Minnowboard

Open source, or open your wallet?

Disney finds new way to give movies depth

2D pic to 3D background tech came too late for 'The Lone Ranger'

Microsoft adds Visual-Studio-like text editor to SkyDrive

Word Web app gains syntax highlighting tools and ability to read code files

Southern Cross completes cable upgrade to 100 Gbps

Even more taunts about All Black superiority now possible on OZ to NZ link

Oz defence department: We don't have a ban on Lenovo kit

UpdateNobody said you did, sunshine

Panasonic claims world's first ReRAM-equipped product

Non-volatile RAM debuts in tiny packages, helping sensors to remember

German guardsmen growing mono-boobs from drilling with Nazi-era rifles

Tits & GunsNazigewehrvorge- wölbtenkrügesmacht

CommVault gives Simpana the share 'n' sync treatment

Another take on cloudless Dropbox for the enterprise

Beam me up? Not in the life of this universe

Student boffins find walking to the moon would be faster than teleportation

Scalpers gouge China's fanbois for Genius Bar appointments

Where there's a yuan there's a way...

Upstart chip chef Diablo's DIMM yum dumplings cram NAND in RAM

Solid-state storage wired into DDR3 bus

Move over, Freeview, just like you promised: You're hogging the 4G bed

Digital TV tosses and turns as UK cleared for high-speed mobe internet

Tool time: Implementing configuration management, properly

Don't be a CM fashion victim

Ha ha, Osborne, these Gov 2.0 web wranglers have wiped out UK debt

Behold Jeffrey, George, whatever: The power of infographics

May the fourths be with you: Muso John Williams returns to Star Wars

Da-DA, da-da-da-DA-da, da-da-da-DA-da, da-da-da-DA

So, who here LURVES Windows Phone? Put your hands up, Brits

Well, one in ten of you shunned Landfill Android, anyway

Amazon adds 5,000 warehouse workers in the US

Shiny new faces at 'fulfillment centers' just in time for President Obama's visit

Breaking bad: Oracle's Unbreakable Linux website takes a break

What's in a name, eh, Larry?

Airports' passport controls SHUT DOWN by 'malware' - report

Think Heathrow queues are long? Take a gander at Istanbul

Google Glassholes can't take long walks off short piers thanks to Merc app

Flash motor giant's new in-vision satnav mingles driving and dawdling

Cloud upstart ProfitBricks tries to undercut Amazon on price

Grocery store takes on Walmart

Kevin Bacon avoids slapped wrist after TV pipe-fatness claims

EE done over for saying same thing on tinterwebs, though

Wall St 'Likes' Facebook again: Shares edge up to pre-IPOcalypse price

Show me the money ... bitch

WikiLeaks: Manning guilty verdict sets 'dangerous precedent'

Leaker faces up to 136 years topping up stripey suntan

Apple FINGERED our personal packages every day, claim shop staff

Hired fanbois demand thousands of dollars in sueball

Wii U sales plunge: Nintendo hopes Mario and Zelda will shift some kit

Weak yen saves gaming firm's profit

You're 30 years old and your PIN is '1983'. DAMMIT, biz mobe user

Staffers hardly ever use alphanumerics, let alone complex passwords - report

SAP's cloud sets on-premises bods free from licence fees... Oh, hang on

Better read the fine print

Symantec: We've lopped off half our heads, but look how well we're doing now

Only 76 of 'top 146' senior officers remain, but revenues are up

How did Microsoft get to be a $1.2bn phone player? Hint: NOT Windows Phone

CommentBill Gates anticipated Android in 2004... and they're cashing in now

HTC warns of likely loss next quarter

Shares tumble to a nearly eight-year low

Dell: Gov's cost-cutting mania is driving away suppliers

UK biz losing interest in gov contracts, warns PC giant

No fondleslabs please, says Microsoft as Office 365 hits Android

Bored fandroids now have no excuse not to work 24/7

New NSA tool exposed: XKeyscore sees 'nearly EVERYTHING you do online'

Makes PRISM look tame

NSA headman: 'Don't worry, our watchful analysts TAKE EXAMS'

Black Hat 2013Puzzle palace prince wishes more countries would hop on the intercept train

Dell committee says 'no way' on takeover vote change

Willing to extend the vote deadline on a sweetened deal, however

Fed watchdogs sniff around IBM's cloud revenue reporting

It's official: Big Blue coughed up 'about' $2bn for SoftLayer

Bipartisan senator group goes to bat for Apple in Samsung dispute

Letter to Obama & Co. doesn't mention fruity firm, just plugs 'innovation', but...

Malicious JavaScript flips ad network into rentable botnet

Black Hat 2013Enslaved machines helplessly press Apache's buttons

Google Glassholes to be BANNED from UK roads

Drivers warned to keep eyes on road, not on YouTube

Oz sets $AU900 million reserve for remaining 700 MHz spectrum

Emergency services shunted to 800 MHz

Murdoch machinations mean Microsoft must rename SkyDrive

Any suggestions from readers?

Microsoft morphs HPC efforts into 'Big Compute'

More than traditional supercomputing, and all about big gobs of CPU

And the new ISP for US Starbucks stores is ... Google?

AT&T ousted in nationwide Wi-Fi upgrade plan

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