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CodeGear bets on Application Factories to transform JBuilder

Optimus primed

Remembering the CDC 6600

This Old BoxThe Craying Game

New mobile app to track carbon footprints

Walk this way

Bluetooth marketing window could be shut

Privacy regulations under scrutiny

No Fusion illumination for Oracle users

Information company confounds

Laptop power cranks up a gear

Put the pedal to the... er... laptop

Capita targets SMEs after public sector losses

Predicts strong performance in 2008

Intel 'Penryn' Core 2 Extreme QX9770 and X48 chipset

2007's Top ProductsSay hello to the 1600MHz desktop FSB

Blu-ray widens US disc sales lead

Big share of Thanksgiving viewing

MI5 warns over China hacking menace

PLA implicated in targeted Trojan assault

Sellers price up 8GB Eee PC

Black and white models coming Q1 2008

Home Sec: Tasers could become standard police kit

Whistle? Check. Truncheon? Check. Cattleprod gun ..?

Dell marries WPP in big ads push

Bachelor days are over

Nokia N95 update speeds apps with virtual memory

Sorry, 'on-demand paging'

Facebook founder loses court battle to keep personal data offline

Poked by his own petard... bitch

ID sales sites start loss leader marketing programme

Journalists find thousands of IDs online

Bought some uranium ore? You'll need the anal douche, then

NSFWStrange goings on at Amazon.com

Best Buy kicks out misbehaving Geek Squaders

Video killed the downloading staff

NASA pondering electro-hypersonic jet boosters

Spinoffs? Mach-7 raygun fighter planes

UK justice ministry investigates non-updating of PNC

Warrant withdrawals and a resulting mess

Dear customer: you owe us $211 trillion

Wachovia Bank chases record-breaking overdraft

MS Word edit history snares Scottish Labour on donations

Curse of Clippy fires funding scandal

Public says no to ID cards, No2ID says 'starve the beast!'

Time to cut off IPS' air supply...

Apple iPhones offered up for hire

Try it out for 30 quid a day

Mozilla rubbishes IE Firefox security study

The fix is in

Galileo funding finally agreed

Farm-money snatch OK'd in pork carve up

Gibson plugs in self-tuning roboguitar

Tuning fork industry beware

Microsoft's sex-obsessed RoboSanta spouts filth at children

UpdatedMSN bot in festive fellatio outrage

Samsung readies 'fastest' graphics memory

Microsoft wireless keyboards crypto cracked

Tapping up

Beeb coughs to Panorama WiFi-scare travesty

Wrists red raw with self-administered slappings

LiveJournal flogged to Russians

Blogging problem child sent to gulag

Pedophile gets 110 years in MySpace extortion scheme

'Tools of Terror'

XBRL could learn from XML's success - Bray

Controlled approach stalling

Google officially quashes PageRank passing

Sell at your peril

What’s in a name, asks Bodog founder Calvin Ayre

Is a seized domain worth the paper it’s written on?

IT departments poised to fly past airlines on CO2 emissions

How green is your love?

LogLogic eyes new CEO Sueltz as IPO propeller

Data dominatrix

TJX agrees to pay banks $41m to cover Visa losses

Up to 100 million accounts stolen

Activision and Vivendi Games merge into Activision Blizzard

$18.9bn union to out earn EA

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