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LG demos super-contrast ratio TV


New OS X research warns of stealthier Mac attacks

In-memory code injection covers tracks

Apple in iWork piracy boost

Tinfoil-hat marketing analysis

FCC fingers Comcast VoIP favoritism

'Protocol-neutral' indeed?

Open-source chief optimistic about proprietary support

Interoperability appeals

IBM defies hardware woes with record 2008

Big Sam chuffed

Google AdWords: 11 herbs and spices revealed

Bidding on ignorance

Google kills iPhone-optimized iGoogle

Jesus Phone: 'Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?!'

Atek Logio password storage gadget

ReviewRemembers the login details you can't

Scotland's porn laws: Can we talk about this like grown-ups?

Motley bunch join forces against extreme measures

Logitech steps up job cuts

Strong dollar, weak retail sales

China's anti-censor software pimps user data

Dissident data for sale

Nokia talks up Securitas GPS app

Personal protection for paranoid persons

Seagate firmware fix bricks Barracudas

Killer cure

Microsoft ditches Comcast shares

Money isn't everything, Mortimer

US aerospace giants stall Elon Musk's NASA deal

Can Falcon 9 overcome heavyweights' Washington pull?

Sony talks up PS3 update

UpdatedA must for organised photo fans

Hilton 'sucks face' with MySpace CEO

At last, the Paris IT angle

Toshiba launches A350 Satellite into orbit

16in HD screen for film fans

Ericsson sharpens axe - again

Another 5000 jobs go as mobile business flattens

ECJ: Sick workers earn holiday entitlement

Blow to business as law change forced

£1 coin gains GPS

Flip for food decisions

Oz cops cuff Jungle Jane pump-and-dump perv

Cairns inflatable doll shag menace contained

Google fails to flog Web 2.0 auto-ad model to papers

Print Ads goes six feet under as profits disappoint

PBX phone phreakers ring up huge bills in Oz

Security loophole allows bad nattering

Suffolk braces for 300mph winds

A mild -12°C, though

Nokia 5800 XpressMusic touchphone

ReviewNokia takes on the iPhone in its own way

Obama: 1m electric cars on US roads by 2015, please

'Leccy Tech$7000 tax break pondered

Spy chief to Obama: Let DARPA fix economy

Voodoo economics must give way to mad science

Seagate promises second fault fix in 24 hours

UpdateTurn brick into working Barracuda

Rapists should be raped, declares Jordan

Bulgarian airbag scaffold demands an eye for an eye

SEC to probe Apple on Steve Jobs' health issues?

US regulator scrutinising disclosure

DWP IT projects bust budget by £391m

Buys 14 extra years to finish them

Goat hangs self in Canadian zoo

Authorities claim tragedy an 'accident'

Joiku gets profit joys from unlimited mobile data

Operators will take convincing, though

Kinetic kit promises gratis gadget power

Make your own electricity

Airline ticket receipt scam spreads malware

Trojan horses sprout wings

Coming soon: Pills to 'turn down' your ears at clubs

Amps that go beyond 11 widely expected

iPhone app warns of driving restrictions

Thou shalt not drive and dial in Wyoming

Tiscali pulls plug on 186K

Sparks broadband customer scramble

Citrix and Intel go to bare metal to virtualize PCs

Giving VPro a Type 1 personality

Gov stumps £4.3m bee health funding

Steps up campaign to save UK's hives

Brown backs down on expenses secrecy


Apple drops white Macbook processor speed

But slams in much better graphics

Manx P2P for 'one Euro a year'?

ExclusiveMinister floats blanket music tax

Sony and Microsoft clash over consoles

Nintendo sitting pretty above the squabble

Chinese porn crackdown goes mobile

'I pt on my rbe & wzrd h@...They're coming for me!'

Kentucky reverses 141-site net casino land grab

Fried chicken state self-corrects

Meltdown mauls memory market

DDR prices up/down

Supremes defend American net smut (yet again)

COPA still dead

EU sees high speed networking in Photonics

4G? Like tin cans and string

Microsoft trades TV dreams for priorities with Comcast share dump

CommentReturns only in profit

Open-sourcers get with the git

Sucking from the teat of Linus

C dominated 2008's open-source project nursery

PHP and Ruby poor showing

Russia says no more space tourists after 2009

ISS too crowded for layabouts

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