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Microsoft: We plan to CLEAN UP this here Windows Store town

Paid-for apps that provide free downloads? Really
John Leyden, 21 Aug 13:28

Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array suppliers are bleeding

Comment Cloud, all-flash kit, object storage slicing away at titans of storage
Chris Mellor, 21 Aug 12:57

Go on, inhale our G-Cloud via 'Digital Marketplace' – UK.gov

ANOTHER pricy project to prop up barely used G-Cloud?
OUT-LAW.COM, 21 Aug 12:01

Is it an iPad? Is it a MacBook Air? No, it's a Surface Pro 3

Review Nice hardware, shame about the use case
Tim Anderson, 21 Aug 08:02

Pull up! Pull up! Pull up! Ding ... HP ends eleven-quarter sales nosedive

Take that parachute off, Meg. You won't be needing that, eh?
Shaun Nichols, 21 Aug 00:42

Speedy software upstart PernixData showered in gold by expectant VCs

Whippersnapper gulps down initial funding, greedily tucks into second helping
Chris Mellor, 20 Aug 17:04

Samsung bags second Internet of Home Stuff home firm in a week

Samsung has announced its second smart home slurp in a week with the acquisition of heating, ventilation and air conditioning distributor Quietside.

Stand clear! Will HTC's One act as a defibrillator for Windows Phone?

Analysis HTC gave Microsoft a huge PR coup yesterday during the New York unveiling of the most stylish Windows Phone ever made. Redmond could certainly use some good news right now.

Can it be true? A BIG DATA benchmark? Yes, says TPC

Vendor-neutral stats for tech's biggest meaningless buzzword

AMD slaps 'Radeon' label on Tosh flash: >Beard stroke< Hmm, cunning ...

Hey, you wanna SSD with that graphics card, man?
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Nexenta reckons it has Edge in squeezing your object storage BLOB

Nexenta says its latest NexentaEdge software product delivers petabyte-scale block and object storage with inline deduplication.

Apple takes blade to 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display

Review This is getting to be a habit. So far this year we’ve seen £100 lopped off the price of the updated iMac and MacBook Air, and now it’s the MacBook Pro’s turn to get the price-cut treatment.

Object storage bods Exablox: RAID is dead, baby. RAID is dead

Bring your own disks to its object appliances
Chris Mellor, 19 Aug 08:29

Code42 seeks channel partners for LTR, much TLC on offer

Small print: They want 300 of you lovely people
Chris Mellor, 18 Aug 11:43

Reg man grills HP Software big cheese

Youngjohns reveals plan to harden up software sales
Paul Kunert, 18 Aug 09:31

US regulators OK sale of IBM's x86 server biz to Lenovo

Now all that remains is for gov't offices to ban the boxes
Neil McAllister, 16 Aug 00:44

Rimini Street promises 'business as usual' after Oracle IP judgment

Rimini's wrong on Oracle database licence, says judge
Gavin Clarke, 15 Aug 16:48

Samsung slurps Internet of Home Stuff upstart SmartThings

Korean chaebol nabs home automation platform for rumoured $200m

Cisco prepares to take $700m hit to make 6,000 layoffs

Fiscal 2015 pain includes severance pay and benefits

EMC customer? You can only buy from third-party sales bods now

Firm plans to pull direct reps' sales tool
Paul Kunert, 15 Aug 13:17

eBay in talks with Bitcoin firms about payments processing

Online bazaar's Braintree subsidiary chatting up Coinbase and others

Microsoft punts FREE Office 365 mail migration, but some are not chuffed with the idea

Mmm, drink from our delicious fountain o' cash, partners
Paul Kunert, 15 Aug 11:29

Brits' BORKED Samsung kit held up after repair centre slips into administration

What ... you don't know where my borked slab's gone?

Oracle claims knockout blow in IP lawsuit

Judge says Rimini Street pinched Larry's goodies
Simon Sharwood, 15 Aug 07:28

Visual Studio Online goes titsup as Microsoft wrestles with database

Updated Cortana, what does 'multi-region full service interruption' mean?
Neil McAllister, 14 Aug 19:42

Lenovo posts an INCREASE in desktop PC and notebook sales

Death of the PC market may have been exaggerated, reckons Chinese firm
Gavin Clarke, 14 Aug 13:04

A beheading in EMC's ViPR lair? Software's big cheese to advise CEO

Analysis The head of EMC's Advanced Software Division – the man behind the storage giant's ViPR technology – has become an advisor to EMC CEO David Goulden. We'll explain why this is a big deal.
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Storage array supplier Dot Hill: Revenues are down, but so are losses

Storage array supplier to OEMs has less to be dismal about with declining revenues but much less of a loss in its second quarter. The business isn't growing, but at least it is not shrinking.
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Gartner mages throw deduping backup appliance bones, claim EMC's in lead

Gartner has released its first deduplication target backup appliance Magic Quadrant, confirming EMC's Data Domain in the lead but placing HP in a distinct second place, Quantum as a challenger and Exagrid as a visionary – surprise all round.
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Rackspace: Record revenue shows managed cloud strategy 'working'

Despite record revenue growth in the second quarter and good expectations for this quarter, profit at Rackspace Inc was flat, disappointing shareholders.

Opinion

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Felipe Costa

Pressure to perform for stock market bearing down on disties
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Michael Cote

Anything that simple to use has got to be complex to set up
Internet of Things

Gavin Clarke

This time, Larry's Oracle is going after the networking giants
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