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MPs want to postpone ID

Better late than never, they say

People still too human for Stephen Hawking

Damned biological units...

Sun tempts corporate JBuilder users

Working the uncertainty angle

FSA prepares for website pressure

As food scare enquiries skyrocket

World chip sales slip

June revenues down despite higher shipments

In the beginning was the mainframe...

CommentTechnical evolution

AOL prepares to slash staff

You've got notice

Attackers pass on operating systems

Aim for drivers and apps instead

Apple to bring Core 2 Duo to MacBook Pro this month?

Next-gen dual-core mobile processor comin

IBM System p5: bigger, better, faster

CommentHeading down the speedway

Apple may need to restate last 15 quarters

Stock options probe 'likely' to warrant restatements

HTC's 'Muse' music phone played out?

Rumours of death

Secret agents on fire and Microsoft feels the love

LettersEverything's gone horribly wrong

Horizon scoops up e-learning biz

A little cash, a lot of shares

The game maker's apprentice

Book reviewLearn OO programming by writing games

Kinpo preps second-gen iDo smart phones

Eastern promise

Norton smites ecclesiastical app

Unholy row

Creative draws bead on iPod Nano with second-gen Neeon

Bigger screen, more capacity... er... shorter battery life

Reg plan to take over Ireland thwarted

World dominance campaign grounded...for now

Northerners in hard boozing shocker

Dying for a drink

How to clone the copy-friendly biometric passport

AnalysisSo easy the manual tells you that you can do it

Will eating crusts make your hair grow curly?

The benefits of bread

Does thumb-sucking run in families?

Genetic tie up

How do I taste things?

Mmmmm Mmmmmm

e-passport cloning risks exposed

RFID hack attack

Was human skin really used in book binding?

Creative uses for corpses

Orange SPV M31000 pops up on carrier's UK site

The M3000's successor is official

Pipex, Tiscali and TalkTalk problems

ISPs dropping like sick flies

Man strip searched for packing overactive thyroid gland

US border patrol steps over the line

Lenovo moves into the black

China rocks

UK universities love open source

Firefox doing well

No prison break on BT prices

It's a captive audience, Mr Grout

Thai police crack credit card wiretap scam

Noise on the wire

Team Three Pair go code complete

Imagine CupAnd head off for fun in India

Back from the dead, Silicon Valley icons hitchhike across the US

Into the ValleyBelieve it when you GPS it

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