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Deep Impact succumbs to 'HAL bug' as glitch messes with antenna

Dave? Our AE-35 unit equivalent is out of alignment

Oracle hides ExaLogic price cut

Old price lists prove price halved, so why has Big Red deleted the post announcing it?

'Occupy' affiliate claims Intel bakes SECRET 3G radio into vPro CPUs

Tinfoil hat brigade say every PC is on mobile networks, even when powered down

DeputyDog attack targets latest IE zero day

Bit9 attackers aim malware at Japanese 'entities'

Want FREE BEER for the rest of your life?

You'll need a strong stomach – literally – for this truly 'local microbrewery'

Mobile broadband 'fastest growing technology in history' says ITU

Spectrum ... depleting ... fast ... can't ... send ... at ... desired ... speed

VMware to customers: STOP INSTALLING OUR SOFTWARE! NOW!

Update'Very critical' error in vSphere Replication 5.5 could cause 'irreversible' damage

Boffins debate killing leap seconds to help sysadmins

Bureau International des Poids et Mesures contemplates upgrade for UTC

StorNext gets revamp, Quantum claims 5x data throughput boost

Multi-threaded code, flash, metadata redesign and Infiniband support

Launchpads, catapults... what a load of - WAIT, there's £15m for grabs?

CommentQuango sprinkles cash on games, animation and trendy meeja types

Big Blue seeks romantic partners with a view to money, maybe more

IBM WLTM MSPs, ISVs, solvent, GSOH for intimate 3-ways

The target: 25% of UK gov IT from small biz... The reality: Not even close

Proud mandarins ignoring Cabinet Office's master plan, note MPs

Java updates too much of a bother? Maybe online banking's just not for you

There's a Trojan that's got your number, and it's calling its chums to clean you out

Violin's data-slurp flash SAN frontend to cram box at furious speeds

Force 2510 from Santa Clara

Oracle's Ellison talks up 'ungodly speeds' of in-memory database. SAP: *Cough* Hana

OpenWorldPlus new, RAM-heavy hardware promises 100x performance improvement

Can't fit slab AND mobe in your tight pockets? 10 tablets with built-in 3G/4G

Product Round-upFondle the web wherever you are without Wi-Fi or a clingy phone

Michael Gove: C'mon kids, quit sexting – send love poems instead

S.W.A.L.K.: Education secretary plugs mate's app

Hardbitten NYC cops: Sir, I'm gonna need you to, er, upgrade to iOS 7

Yes, really

RSA: That NSA crypto-algorithm we put in our products? Stop using that

Encryption key tool was dodgy in 2007, and still dodgy now

EE still has fastest, fattest 4G pipe in London's M25 ring

RootMetrics unfurls crowd-sourced 4G coverage map

Our LOHAN rocket ship team exits Spain with a bang

Pics+VidExplosive Vulture 2 reveal caps eventful 10 days

Shopping list for Tesco: Eggs, milk, bread, tablets (the £60 7in Android kind)

As the cheap-as-chips Hudl arrives, will supermarkets bother with food in future?

How I hacked SIM cards with a single text - and the networks DON'T CARE

US and Euro telcos won't act until crims do, white hat sniffs

Grand Theft Auto V: Violent, sweary and amazingly ambitious

Game TheoryThe 170-MEELLION-dollar monster has landed

CloudBees straddles firewall with VPN connection

Java cloud makes Jenkins work harder with secure connectivity

Pure poaches NetApp preacher

Stewart dumps disk array drama to fluff flash

Foxconn: 11 hurt in 'personal' fights between workers

It all kicked off after booze-ridden bash, claims manufacturer

Great Fall of China: iPhone 5C sales lag as blinged-up 5S sells out

Peak AppleGold iPhones sell like hot cakes. Everything else, er, doesn't

New iPhone sells out, millions in hands of lucky fans, Cook cock a hoop ...

Updated... Anyone else dying of déjà vu here?

How many apps does it take to back up your data?

Sysadmin blogTrevor Pott counts the ways

Steve Jobs' boyhood home may become protected historical shrine

Monday meeting will decide pilgrimage status of 2066 Crist Drive, Los Altos, California

BlackBerry inks deal to go private for $4.7bn

Struggling Canucks have until November 4 to find better offer

Microsoft: Surface is DEAD. Long live the Surface 2!

Hey, things with kickstands are COOL, right?

Apple ups revenue estimates in wake of nine million–phone weekend

Now predicts total take to squeak past that of same quarter in 2012

New digital curriculum draft softens CompSci emphasis

Course outline for Oz kids has less coding, more detail

Valve shows Linux love with SteamOS for gamers

Plans more announcements to pwn gaming industry

It's official: Firm numbers show firm global lead of pricey iPhone 5s

Carrier activation numbers show first adopters shun the iPhone 5c – especially in China

Kiwi cable signs TE SubCom for build

Hawaiki a step closer to reality

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