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Advent unveils stylish 18.4in-screen Atom desktop

Sexier than an Eee Box?

Samsung taps touchscreen phone UI for PMP

CESFun with haptics

Toshiba touts 'deep lagoon' top-end telly design

CESEdges that fade away

Samsung shows off wall-mountable slotload Blu-ray box

CESLook at me. Look at me. Look at me

Meltdown turns Time Warner red

AOL owner/Lehman landlord admits $25bn write-down

Sony intros 8in notebook-not-netbook

CESVaio P dubbed an... ahem... 'lifestyle PC'.

Panasonic demands 1080p 3D TV 'standard'

CESBut will bring one to market, no matter what

Ballmer talks 'post-PC' Microsoft with Windows 7 beta

Zune-phone free future

First Windows 7 beta puts fresh face on Vista

ReviewMore polish so you don't spit

Microvision protoypes iPhone-sized projector

Macworld ExpoCan you wait a year?

SanDisk's Netbook flash uncovered

Not great, not bad

Rolls-Royce to work on electric cyber raygun aero-tech

USAF to jazz up jet juice use

Droid sub goes under Antarctic ice on 5000 D-cells

Ultimate Xmas dad challenge

Tech industry still leaving dirty great footprints, says Greenpeace

Improving but must try harder

OLPC lays off half staff

Laptops for developing world credit crunched

US smutmongers want big bucks bailout

We're losing wood, give us $5bn

MI5 head calls for comms data access

It's the national security, stupid

UK's listed firms must tell markets of serious executive problems

Shareholders need to know about sickness

Samsung camera recognises faces, names, shoe sizes...

I know you from Adam

Dell shuts Limerick factory and scraps 1,900 jobs

UpdateYour Shannon Water, tears of joy that flow

Branson rocket piggyback plane has control 'issue' - report

Virgin: 'What did you say about my mothership?'

Take a hammer to your hard drive, shrieks Which?

Wiping-tech confidence collapse insanity

Lenovo ditches 2,500 employees

Execs can stay, but get pay cut

Sapphire HD4870 X2 Atomic water-cooled graphics card

ReviewLiquid engineering and the world's most expensive graphics board

Apple wrongfoots iPhoneys

Forgers fuddled by non-Nano

Sony gets touchy feely with Walkman X1000

CESBuilt-in Wi-Fi too

Astronomers view heavens through Galileo's eyes

Replica 'scope celebrates four centuries of heliocentrism

LG confirms 2009 launch for 3G wristphone

Time to dump that Rolex?

BT cuts 0870 charges

'Rip-off' numbers go free

MobileMe wreaks wipey revenge on freetards

UpdatedCancelling the trial? Better check yourself

ASA indignates prematurely over billboard sex ads

Prescription-only recipe for widespread offence

Google quietly ices contractors

Keeps hush-hush SEC filing off the interwebs

Banks told to spend £1bn on new IT to prepare for failure

How to ensure an orderly collapse of the banking system

UFO damages Lincolnshire wind turbine

Teams comb countryside for extraterrestrial evidence

HMRC warns over tax email scams

Death and taxes and crime

Where will EMC's restructuring axe fall?

CommentContent Management and Archiving is sick

Deception of 'up to' broadband speeds exposed

Ofcom reveals true download speeds

US doc demands $1.5m for donated organ

Missus runs off with kids, kidney

Sony sticks it to Xbox 360 and Wii

If you can't beat 'em, criticise 'em

Virus peddlers set up shop on Google code project

Skin-flick codec scams follow MSN Spaces abuse

Powermat cuts ties with cabled power

CESWireless charging for phones and laptops

The incredible vanishing Satyam boss

Profits evaporate, chairman disappears

Wrath of Spielberg smites Welsh uni leaflet

Unauthorised use of image, lawyers thunder

Asus demos touchscreen Eee

CESSwivelling screen for tablet use

Carder linked to TJX hack jailed for 30 years by Turkish court

Ukrainian boards Midnight Express

World's first portable Blu-ray player launches

CESHD format gains wheels, sort of

SanDisk flashes notebook flash

Third generation with the secret sauce

Apple should start taking enterprise servers seriously

CommentNot as cool as iPods, but profitable

OQO Atomises Vista UMPC

CESVIA out; Intel, 3G, OLED screen in

Seagate gadget links tellies to external HDDs

CESPlay your media files on your TV

WowWee demos latest spycam 'droid'

CES on VideoRoll Spy Ball into a corner, take secret snaps

Major League Baseball pitches visitors foul ads

Website admins go AWOL

AKG headphones sound out US market

Macworld ExpoFrom cheapo buds to premium cans

Palm to take on iPhone with web 2.0 banana phone

CESPray, pray, Pré for success

In action: the Powermat wireless gadget charger

CES on VideoPut down your iPod, charge it up

Lenovo dual-display laptop shows its stripes

CES on Video17in screen not big enough? Just slide out an extra one

LaCie showcases hella-expensive display

Macworld Expo$4,240 gets you 30 inches

CES 2009 Complete Coverage

All the stories

Sun downgraded to Goldman Sachs sell list

No discounts on your next iron deal, buddy

Hackers, insiders blamed for US data breach growth

Taking a leak

Ballmer reacquaints Microsoft with its PC past

CommentWindows without risk

Yelpian astroturfers invade Blighty

Sketchy sales pitch to follow

Firm pitches 'HD audio' wireless streamer

CESUncompressed tunes on the 2.4GHz band

AMD's 45nm Phenoms ride 'Dragon'

HP, Dell breathe fire

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