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eBay revenue shrinks for first time in history

Profits plummet 31 per cent

Intel axes five plants, 5,000 workers

And maybe more

iPhone iLounge threatens Jobsian cult reunion

Update:Macworld at the brink?

Rackable gets physical with the virtual

Real fake servers

New Jersey sysadmin gets 5 years for Cisco scam

Does bird for replacement kit switch

Disabling Windows Autorun - there's a right way and a wrong way

Redmond's Downadup protection

Apple boasts record Q1 as revenue tops $10bn

No love for netbooks, Palm

Ubuntu's Shuttleworth praises Windows 7, welcomes fight

End of an 'awkward situation'

Cops capture counterfeit consoles

First discovery of fake DS Lites for sale in UK

Sony Ericsson Walkman W302 budget music phone

ReviewRecession-busting wonder?

Police search another Tory MP's office

Haven't these people ever watched The Sweeney?

Sophos to shed one in 20 jobs

Redundancies due to shifting priorities, not credit crunch

BT shares tumble on £340m Global Services bill

More big charges expected

Huawei talks up Android phone

To be unveiled next month

Boffins monitor strato-weather from half-mile underground

Met boys no longer have heads in clouds

Gunners get PSP footie service


German engineers punt 'open source' OLED-clad car

'Leccy TechCollaborative approach to design?

Acer to phase out 8.9in Aspire One netbook?

Making room for the 10in model, moles claim

OcUK puts £10K bounty on the heads of DDoS varmints

Wild West response to week-long hack attack

US Army working on 'exploding marmalade' missile tech

You literally don't have to be a rocket scientist

ISPs slam CEOP bid to rewrite RIPA

'Money well spent'

Lords rule nurses blacklist 'unfair'

Stops workers being banned without hearing

Oprah slow to Kindle - fans left out in cold

What, no O?

For sale: Six European virtual strip machines

MEPs to flog peep-scanner basement stash

Where's Wally Vista SP2?

Coming soon-ish to a miserable computer near you

Infant calls cops to dad's dope plantation

Phone not a good toy, pop discovers

Fujifilm Finepix F100fd compact camera

ReviewGood performer

Symbian Trojan strikes Indonesian operator

Python script squeezes unwary

£229m Sumitomo spyware trial begins in London

'Bank hackers' used poker game as cover

HTC pimps up Touch Cruise

Bulk out, slimline in

Wii weights unveiled

"Six, seeven, eiiiight, niiiiiiine...."

The Netbook Newbie's Guide to Linux

Episode 4'F/X'

Chaotic Coroners and Justice Bill reels into view

CommentNet suicides, gay rights, data transfer - it's all here

Flickable data-transfer gadget unveiled

Solution in need of a problem?

USAF cops seek netflinger rifle to down ultralights, paragliders

'Non-lethal' - until you hit the ground, anyway

Obama's rainbow stealth aircraft uncloaks over Virginia

Spreading the luuurv in Chesapeake Bay

Zimbra! founder! quits! Yahoo!

As another exec reportedly returns to MS

Nokia sales and profits dive in fourth quarter

Finnish giant feels the chill

Microsoft axes 5,000 staff as Q2 profit dives 11%

Sales and earnings miss Wall St consensus

Autonomy sews up Interwoven buy

Content management comes at big price

Jobs' stand-in quashes iPhone Nano rumours

Do we believe him?

Benjamin Button eyes 13 Oscars

Heath Ledger also up for award, naturally

Satyam boss 'invented' thousands of staff

And took their wages, prosecutors claim

IT vendor layoffs: The axeman cometh

CommentIBM, Intel, and Sun slice and dice

Tesla asks early adopters to cough up more cash

'Leccy TechWhat the US govt gives with one hand - Tesla takes with the other

Apple explores auto iPhone audio

Smart sound sensor

Obama unfurls master plan for US cybersecurity

Here comes the cyber czar

Sony warns of first operating loss in 14 years

Forecasts $2.9bn hole

Apple gives QuickTime new version number

UpdatedPromises speed, security

Jimbo Wales ends death by Wikipedia

Kennedy murder shames online cult

Mac malware piggybacks on pirated iWork

Over 20,000 served

HP and Microsoft trumpet blade marriage

Greasing the server skids

Programmers take to the clouds

Sure beats trolling the financial sites

Obama gets to keep his BlackBerry

It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's 'super-encryption'

Google flaunts Meltdown-proofiness

Revenues pumped 18 per cent

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