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Apple updates MacBooks

Bug-squishing continues apace

2008's top three radios

Kit of the YearDigital sounds from DAB to the web

IWF rethinks its role

Ministry of Justice misleads on extreme porn

Seagate slashes bare drive warranties

From January

Google removes Chrome beta wrapping

As Linux, Mac versions remain MIA

Germany tests tadpole airship

VidUses Graf Zeppelin style gas-fuel tech

Nokia readies HSDPA dongle for laptops

Good news for netbook owners?

T-Mobile socks it to O2 over BlackBerry launch

Curve 8900 sees early launch on T-Mobile

Application platforms: different stuff, same story?

Build, reuse or buy – the eternal argument

Addonics to strike big with matchbox NAS kit?

Bring your own drive

La Cie's quiet fans

Shh

Dell battles HP to trash Mother Earth

Aboxalypse now1 sheet of A4 paper, bubblewrapped...

Public support for ID cards dips to 55 per cent

UpdateHome Office: 'Gov won't be able to access card data'

Top UK cybercop dreams of PC breathalysers

Plod friendly kit tops PCeU technology wish list

Doctor Who heads iPlayer hit list

Jezza Clarkson and co race into second spot

FSF throws sueball at Cisco

Brings lawsuit for alleged copyright infringements

Vote now for your worst net neologism

Reader pollROFLMAO? No, actually

The key to safe driving?

Car key blocks mobile phone use

LG KF300 budget clamshell phone

ReviewAn easy-to-use offering for the non-techie in your life

BOFH: Blackmail and fine wine

Episode 40That's how they Roll

Staff get the chop at London's web 2.0 poster child

CBS makes cuts at Last.fm

Music copyright extension - strings attached

Sort yourselves out, warn Burnham and McCreevy

Closing the gap between development and operations

Two countries divided by a common language?

Mixed reviews for semen-based recipe book

NSFWNatural Harvest not to everyone's taste

Boeing sets (another) date for first Dreamliner flight

787 now go for Q2 2009

Nintendo whacked with $5m Wii strap lawsuit

Wrist action comes back to bite

Mercedes reveals plug-in, fuel-cell concept cars

'Leccy TechBlue-Zero E-Cell series unveiled

Contractors and managers hit in Alcatel-Lucent layoffs

6,000 'realigned' to dole queue

Daft list names Firefox, Adobe and VMWare as top threats

Bit9 trolls for publicity

Grove: Intel should make electric car batteries

Assault not included

Any clouds in your sky?

Hype aside, is there anything in this cloud computing lark?

Man trademarks ;-) emoticon

Winker in chief?

Orchestral Star Wars spectacle to debut in London

A Musical Journey

Welsh Tories ask taxpayers to pick up iPod tab

Apple fan boyos

BT offers £15,000 to catch London exchange burglary gang

Bought any heavy duty network kit in the pub lately?

Aussie boffins use sarcasm to investigate brain illness

Oh rilly??

'Facebook for Kids' slammed by security researchers

Updated'Users could be anybody: a child, an adult, a child predator, or a spambot'

O2 flunks Litmus test

Hops Web 2.0 bandwagon, just as wheels fall off

IE zero day bites broader group of users

Misconceptions about root cause also exposed

Brazilian hackers blamed for aiding Amazon deforestation

Computer cracking carbon footprint

Google cranks up the Consensus Engine

Manufacturing isn't dead - it just went to Mountain View

Nintendo sells metric %#@&-load of Wiis in November

DS hits 3/4 a %#@&-load

Lenovo touchscreen talker leaked online

OPhone's features still a mystery

Amazon caught in cloud container craze?

Microsoft data center brain defects

Wisemen bring Jesus Phone (free) cut-and-paste

How-toJobsian hole filled

McCain campaign sells unwiped Blackberry for $20

Reporter's windfall includes hundreds of emails

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