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Forget superstars, this HYPERGIANT star is 1,300 times the size of OUR SUN

PicTry orbiting this: the largest yellow giant ever spotted

Google offers up its own flesh to the world's braying cloud hordes

First a partner program, now a 'roadshow'

Backdoor snoops can access files on your Samsung phone via the cell network – claim

UpdatedAndroid-replacement Replicant team discovers odd data API

Wireless charging standards war could be over 'as soon as 2015'

Wireless Power Consortium signs up Microsoft, Samsung

WhatsApp chats not as secret as you think

Malicious apps can steal chat history

Web inventor Berners-Lee: I so did NOT see this cat vid thing coming

Web @ 25'A primarily neutral tool'

Joomla issues upgrade to patch critical SQL vuln

Joomla issues upgrade to patch critical SQL vuln

NetApp to 'realign', cut 600 jobs worldwide

Axe sharpened due to 'constrained IT spending climate'

Soliton makes its way across silicon in CUDOS experiment

'Intricate' research paves way to glass-free on-chip interconnect

Square-kilometre radio telescope wins millions in UK funding

Jodrell Bank showered with cash for European Spallation Source and exoplanet-spotter

New CEO, CTO for Riak database upstart Basho emerge from the cloud

ExclusiveDon't Riak the boat, baby

Brawling neighbours challenge 'quiet' cul-de-sac myth

Traditional epithet hit by flying cat crap

Fibre fanaticism overrode proper NBN planning says report

Productivity Commission slams lack of cost-benefit analysis

Oracle promises 'skin editor' for Fusion apps

Release 8 shows off iOS-7-inspired looks

Tiny heat-sucker helps keep Moore's Law going

Graphene, is there anything it can't do?

Orchestral manoeuvres in the dark: Violin restrings its instrument

We shed light on new moves at memory firm

Object Storage suppliers: Bikers? Dentists? Or Biker Dentists?

Blocks and FilesThese rebels need to find a cause, says the Sage of Storage

Nipper rolls up at nursery with 48 wraps of HEROIN

Daddy will smack

X-IO to heat up ISE storage bricks with iSCSI access

Plans higher capacity drives, too

Enterprise adolescent: Salesforce.com's struggles at 15

Clarity now, serenity later

Battery vendors push ultracapacitor wrappers to give Li-ions more bite

Claim wrapping pack in wonder stuff will extend life

Ethical hacker backer hacked, warns of email ransack

Switches registrars, tightens security after 'upsetting' incident

BuzzGasm: 9 Incredible Things You Never Knew About PLIERS!

Gripping stuff

Fanbois SQUEAL as DNS snafu knocks out iTunes website

Even the System Status page went AWOL - but who's to blame?

SATANIC 'HELL DIAMOND' tells of sunless subterranean sea

Scientists get answers from green gem inside ugly sparkler

Spinning rust woes: NetApp bumps along bottom while EMC soars

Tracking the wrong way in Sunnyvale

BT caught in data gaffe drama: Whistleblower squeals over alleged email fail

ExclusiveBritain's privacy watchdog probes 'likely breach'

Lord Shug ends Viglen ownership with a bang

Directors pocket £1.8m dividend as sales and profit rise by double digits

UK.gov to train up 11-year-old cyberwarriors

Biz-backed scheme aims to create white hat apprentices

Will Yelp help 'Yahoo!' compete with Google? Search us...

This is a local listing for local people...

FANBOIS' EYES ONLY: United Airlines offers FREE MOVIES on iOS kit

In-flight content deal: Have Apple, will travel

YOINK! Toyota reveals – then DENIES – Apple CarPlay by 2015

Dashboard Siri by next year ... only joking

Fujitsu restructure shunts Brit boss Tait into top EMEIA role

India to take orders from London after major carve-up

Noooo... WAIT. Google slaps on Chrome patches ahead of Pwn2Own hackfest

Pwn2OwnHackers break IE11 and Firefox, hand $82k to charity

Didn't you know? Today's Patch Thursday! Adobe splats hijack bug in Shockwave Player

Update now before someone reverse-engineers this RCE

Behold, the TITCHY T-REX that prowled the warm Arctic of long ago

Runty monster was a paltry 25 feet long, got sand kicked in face by other dinos

Is Microsoft hinting at a fully fondleslab-friendly future for Office 365?

New (slightly) cheaper cloud subscription points to touchscreen tablet fate

Huawei: We'll sell a dual-boot Android, Windows 8 smartphone because, well, isn't it obvious?

'If it is Windows only ... people will not find it an easy decision'

Apple pedometer patent filing cranks up the iWatch rumor mill

Prior art? Let's just say that the USPTO has its work cut out for it

Microsoft gives away Windows Phone 8 licences in India – report

'Experiment' welcomed by local mobe-makers who would otherwise embrace Android

Google's Drive SLASH, secret 'big upgrade': Coincidence? Hardly

How low can all these Clouds go? Pretty low

Nvidia uncloaks GeForce 800M GPU series for gaming notebooks

Seven new chips for ultrathin, ultralight Ultrabooks™

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