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AMD keeps promise with fresh Shanghai

Opterons heated/cooled

Nokia N79 smartphone

ReviewChange for change's sake?

Thames windfarm execs: We need more subsidy

Energy chiefs getting windy

Yahoo! freezes! pay!!

Oh! Great!

Microsoft Songsmith ad trumps Seinfeld shocker

The day the music died, and then some

CommVault first to de-dupe to tape

Feature-packed Simpana 8 drinks your milkshake

RIM chief: buggy smartphones the 'new reality'

CEO comes clean

Stop'n'search gets touchy-feely

Section 44 not to detect terrorists 'but to reassure Londoners'

Expansys leaks Samsung talker trio

Thanks, guys!

Absolutely Fabulous ups sticks to LA

Fox picks up US remake pilot

Microsoft merges Windows Live with Office Live

There were two in a bed, and the little one said...

Conficker botnet growth slows at 10m infections

Diary of the Dead

Samsung LE40A786 'smart LED' 40in LCD TV

ReviewMultiple LEDs make for a plasma-style picture

Linux to spend eternity in shadow of 'little blue E'

Fail and YouInside the mind of John Q Windows

Games outsold home video formats in 2008

DVD demand down

Accusations fly as another Nominet director quits

Nominet drops action against Jim Davies

NetApp - just like perfection?

Behind the scenes in storage Disneyland

Satyam shortlists bosses and banks

Watches customers leave

Iron Maiden axe cut ribbon on 'rock’n’roll' hotel

Management poised to open £6.5m London sanctuary

Deviants, perverts, 'weirdos' - who's going down?

CommentOpposition rises to extreme porn law

UK.gov opens up delayed child protection database

First admins play with ContactPoint

Spam volumes increase to pre-McColo takedown levels

Mega-D botnet spewing out junk mail torrent

Gov announces Severn tide-energy scheme shortlist

Carbopocalypse prophets silenced by nimby twitchers

Open source anti-Semitic as well as communist shock

Well, that's what I heard

Watchdog issues DABetamax warning

What You Hear isn't What You Get

Microsoft delays Iowa data centre plans

If we build it they won't necessarily come...

Study slams brain-training games' mental improvement claims

Pencil and paper just as good

PSP Carnival Colours come to town

Plus, a red Xbox 360 in the works?

NASA working on boomless supersonic jets

And contrived acronyms

Veteran F1 designer readies 'affordable' sportster

'Leccy TechP1-E a 'driver's car for the 21st Century', claims creator

Sprint Nextel chops 8,000 workers

Caterpillar sees Sprint, raises to 20,000 layoffs

Rogue contractor admits Oz gov hack attacks

Cracking spree followed 'brain snap'

BT going mobile - again?

Joint venture with T-Mobile and 3 mooted

Windows 7 public beta end date named

Two-day wiggle room

Apple to pay $22.5m for scratched iPods

Free Applesauce Polish!

Philips admits first loss in six years

6,000 jobs cuts in 2009

Kanye West blames Gmail hijack for bisexual porn hoax

Hey, world: Let him be great

Mac malware tide on the rise

New Trojan, rogue AV storm beaches

Google and the Great Wikipedia Feedback Loop

The information triumvirate monolith

Microsoft's Windows Vista 'Capable' bill could hit $8.5bn

Recession? What recession?

WTO backs US in Chinese piracy dispute

66.6 per cent guilty

IBM sends Blue Clouds back to school

Qatar exchange

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