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Apple ban win: Now you can't buy Samsung gear no one was buying

What a slam-dunk, Cupertino

Selling phones? Nonsense, BlackBerry is all about THE CLOUD

Mobile management service planned for BB, Android, iOS

Mobile downloads limp, fixed surges: ABS

More mobile devices suck down less data

Google holds its nose, lets the hoi polloi run PHP on its shiny cloud

Checkmate, Amazon ... in 2028 maybe

NASA Juno probe HOWLS past Earth - and goes into HIBERNATION

UpdatedUnexpectedly dozing like a 140,000kph baby towards Jupiter

Nothing to sniff at: Cisco finishes $2.8bn gobble of Snort'ing guy's Sourcefire

Biggest security purchase since Intel wolfed down McAfee

London plod plonks, er, pull request on EasyDNS

Square Mile squad wants redirection to 'gotcha' page

Be prepared... to give heathens a badge: UK Scouts open doors to unbelievers

'Duty to God' dropped from promise

Japan needs 80,000 EXTRA info-security bods to stay safe

Chronic shortage of 'outstanding manpower' in the Far East

Canuck truck stuck in muck

World Solar ChallengeEXCLUSIVE Team Blue Sky falls foul of 100 km/h hot wind

Thai kids find free tablets hard to swallow as govt scheme hits trouble

Report claims 30 PER CENT of devices have broken

NAND flash chips to beat shrink wrap cash trap with 3D stack

Save us from the INCREDIBLE shrinking NAND...and incredibly expensive alternatives

Digia gives Android and iOS devs a chance to get Qt

One library to rule at least 14 of them

Printing the Future: See a few of UK’s 6.2 million 3D-printed ‘things’

MonitorThe Science Museum examines additive manufacturing

HP offers enterprise fatness to small biz bods in bulked-up sales push

MSA 2040 'first entry array' with 12gig SAS, 16gig FC, says firm

Speaking in Tech: Stop ogling my Google Glass, my eyes are up here

PodcastPlus: You backronymed a reference architecture to call it 'Tally Ho Mother F$%*er'?

Samsung Ativ Book 9 Lite: 13.3-inch slimline notebook with a secret

ReviewQuad-core coyness and a so-so battery life

Samsung touching up ROUNDED, CURVY plastic enhanced MODEL

World's 'first curved smartphone'... except it isn't

Expert chat: The end of Windows XP and IE6

Live ChatSpeak your brains, pick ours: Trio of migration experts line up

OCZ balances books, files results following 4-year omnishambles

New management finally makes sense of financial records

Brit inventor Dyson challenges EU ruling on his hoover's energy efficiency ratings

Claims dust-free lab tests 'mislead consumers'

Happy 10th b-day, Patch Tuesday: TWO critical IE 0-day bugs, did you say?

A decade on, Microsoft pushes out 8 bulletins – half of 'em critical bug squishes

Dear Apple: Want to stay in business? Make an iPhone people can afford

You're going to run out of rich folk to keep your sales growth up, predicts analyst

Tintri unveils VM-aware mutant hybrids and all-in-one array joystick

Hip, hip, array...

Brit IT veteran Kelly takes job at investment advisory firm

Investors keen on UK tech sector - not doing so badly, eh?

Panasonic throws in towel on plasma tellies, preps for BILLION-dollar kick in pants

Strong yen pulling rug from under Japanese tech firm

Microsoft covers Brit who penetrated Windows 8.1 with GOLD

A thin sheet of gold, anyway, worth $100k

It's that time again: Sources whisper about NetApp Quantum slurp

CommentIt could work – just like it could have worked two years ago

EU digital tsar 'Steelie' Neelie Kroes: Telcos must adapt to losing roaming cash

+CommentWith less money you will do more

Meg Whitman asks HPers to drag their asses into the office

Joins Purple Princess in exposing the PJ-clad to glare of fluorescent light

MI5 boss: Snowden leaks of GCHQ methods HELPED TERRORISTS

And denies it snoops on world+dog. That's alright then

Nokia tears devs' hearts out, shutters Symbian and Meego stores early

Open until 2016? Nah, we actually meant early 2014

BBC announces plans to spend your cash on digital goodies

And enlists luvvies to lecture plebs on the joys of coding

Azerbaijani election app announced winner before polls even opened

Precognition? There's an app for that now

'Computer GEEKS' snatch NOBEL Prize for chemistry - without using chemicals

Balls and sticks? Bubbling beakers? Old hat

IBM checks itself into therapy after touting Frankencloud to the CIA

Gobbled SoftLayer mutant tech offered to Uncle Sam's other spooks

Wanna run someone over in your next Ford? No dice, it won't let you

It's the end of jokes about women parking, too

Hey, put away that scythe, Death: Pulse found in HP's 2014 financials

Whitman's bleach just might be stopping the rot

Microsoft store staff to hold all night vigil for Surface 2

Rapper Pitbull to lead charismatic group prayers for slablet revival

Rumoured rain can't dampen sun-racers' spirits

World Solar ChallengeDon't fall down that mineshaaaaaaaft!

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