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Dell juices Latitude line with Haswell Ultrabook, skinny lappies

Touchscreens and vPro for all

Intel ships high-powered C++ compiler for native Android apps

Drop-in replacement for GCC promises better performance

Server sales continue decline – time to bargain hard with your supplier

Blame weak economies, CPU transitions, virtualization, and the dog who ate your nodes

Nissan promises to sell self-driving cars by 2020

Bus drivers and truckers face extinction

Microsoft Xbox One to be powered by ginormous system-on-chip

Hot ChipsWhy does a game console need billions more transistors than an Itanium?

Another big SAP project hits the rocks in Oz

App scrapped after governance fail and musical chairs fun at Fujitsu

Boffins force Skype to look you in the eye

Look into my eyes, not around the eyes, don't look around my eyes, you're under

IBM lands spook data-sharing standard at Oz airports

Airline passenger data and 'other relevant material' checked in 'real time'

iPad classes for DOGS offered in New York

Dumb chums lured into fanboihood with peanut-butter-smeared fondleslabs

Boffins' keyboard ELECTROCUTES Facebook addicts

Don't you dare click –!ZZAAPPP!- Like one more time

VMware CEO Gelsinger: How we'll beat Amazon Web Services

VMworld 2013 PodcastVirty giant plotting software-defined-data-centre-in-a-box

Flash-forward for virty desktops... Jeez, why didn't WE think of that?

Fusion-io rolls out me-too cache-me-if-you-can software

Eggheads turn Motorola feature phone into CITYWIDE GSM jammer

Innocent mobile turns bad... with good software

Pimoroni PiGlow: Rainbow LED swirls for the Raspberry Pi

ReviewEverything is illuminated

Quarter of a million quid fine for data-wipe gaffe? ICO told: Nae, laddie

Ruling on tough Scots council sanction will 'blunt talons' of watchdog, says legal bod

MIDI daddy Dave Smith: '30 years of version 1.0 shows we got it right'

Q & AEl Reg chats to muso interface co-founder on this enduring digital spec

Arrow Electronics engulfs hefty data centre player in €230m gobble

VC sellers light big cigars, chuckle fatly

Boffins lay bare exotic Lara Croft meteorite element ununpentium

Time's Uup: Now you'll HAVE to replace that mouldy periodic table shower curtain

What's that racket? Oh my God, it's VMware's vSAN bull in the disk array shop

New robo-storage software versus the rivals

Amazon tells mobe devs: Bring your app-strokers to us, we'll look after you

6% of sales sound good? You don't need slip-ons to be an associate

Supercomputer hacker coughs to flogging DoE logins to FBI agent

Guilty plea means gov access-flogger may only swallow 18 months' porridge

Web showered in golden iPhone 5S vid glory - but is it all a DISTRACTION?

VideoWhat's Cupertino really holding back for its 2013 'One more thing...' moment?

Scale Computing's SCRIBE vows to lob virty storage kit into the bin

Physical arrays too. Watch out EMC, we're tearing through those storage layers

Three axes data-roaming fees in SEVEN countries

Calls and texts home no more costly than they are in the UK either

Do not adjust your eyes: This Kobo ten-incher has a 2560 x 1600 resolution

E-book reader-cum-tablet has about million more pixels than the Retina iPad

Storage biz mystery as upstarts Primary Data and Tonian 'merge'

Ex Fusion-io chief's new venture surfaces briefly, then vanishes from view

Thought the PC market couldn't get any worse? HAH! Think again

Prepare yourselves for a mid-teens decline, vendors

Keep on truckin'... Qualcomm sells OmniTRACS for $800m

Old cash cow put out to pasture

Microsoft's $15m won't last forever: Quantum, CommVault to flog new backup kit

Lattus and Simpana deal to make converged backup solutions

Ebook judge: Guilty Apple must hire anti-antitrust watchdog to probe itself

But you won't have to scrap your movies, music and telly contracts, Cupertino

Obama prepares to crawl up NSA's ass with microscope

We could tell you, Mr President, but then we'd have to...

Oracle revs up Sparc M6 chip for seriously big iron

Hot ChipsBixby interconnect scales to 96 sockets

Google's Project Glass headman answers most pressing question: 'Why?'

Hot ChipsThe computer that 'lives on your head' will change mankind, it turns out

3D printed guns are for wimps. Meet NASA's 3D printed ROCKET ENGINE

Print-to-order launcher parts survive 20,000 pounds of thrust

VMware bursts into public cloud with vCHS

AnalysisGreat cloudy hope pinches partners and lacks key features

Moto X teardown shows US manufacturing adds mere $4 to handset costs

Motorola goes for standard chips and software wizardry

Apple tries to trademark the term 'startup'

Filings hint at educational services in Apple Stores

Couchbase database pelted in $25M of filthy Valley lucre

Frothy funding market means VCs chucked money at NoSQL database

Boffin snatches control of colleague's body with remote control brain hat

No rude gestures, though, this is science

Python regurgitates Dropbox secrets to boffins

Researchers pick over the entrails to spot vulns

Kiwis (finally) confirm software ban under new patent law

Lone stand or first domino?

ACCC told cable nets should offer wholesale

HFC declaration debate re-opened

Red Hat mints OpenStack certification

Helps devs turn open source project into CV-filling bulletpoint

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