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Global chip sales shriveled in 2008

First shrinkage since bursting bubble

Irish ISP Eircom in 'three strike' filesharer crackdown

Music labels score with settlement deal

Russian rides Phantom to OS immortality

The iPhone that never dies

Dell pairs with Xsigo on virtual I/O

Parries IBM, HP

What's next for Microsoft's Flight Sim partners?

Redmond clips ACES wings

Investigators claim UK's largest 'illegal game copying device' haul

50,000 units found

Kyocera Mita FS-C5200DN colour laser printer

ReviewImpressive running cost

French court fines Google over trade marked keywords

Search giant says Non, appeals case

Iranian rocket puts satellite into orbit

UK soon to be left behind

Xbox 360 NXE audio patch posted

Gamers given hearing back

Nikon jazzes up Coolpix range

Refined ergonimic shooting

Weak pound helps Vodafone dial up profit

Currency balances books

Dimension Data scoops up Teksys

Goes for Gold Microsoft reseller

Don’t let Microsoft timescales dictate your Windows migration

Move at a pace that is comfortable for you

Ofcom woos theatricals and delays digital dividend

Bows to EU, shuffles Digi TV, buys off luvvies

Sun beefs up modular arrays

To 448TB but no SAS or SSD

Asus unwraps 10in Eee with 9.5-hour battery life

Intel's new N280 CPU too

Kurdish spyware suspect faces espionage charges

Traces of guilt

Father of Playmobil dies at 79

Hans Beck, we salute you

Seagate sets Constellation above Barracuda

Matches Western Digital

Finland fingerprints all Finns and foreigns

Overkill from icy minnow of the north

Swiss EV coupé gets Berlin runabout

'Leccy TechDriver's verdict: not full of holes

NetApp virtualises third-party SSD

Speeds up PAM too

Apple patent points to tablet PC

With light-up Apple logo

Sony cuts ties for 3G real-time video streaming

A new concept in on-demand video?

Oz man collared with pigeons down trousers

Wings fall off cunning smuggling plan

Sony Ericsson J132 vs LG KP100

ReviewUltra-budget handset head-to-head

India could change takeover law to save Satyam

As founder faces further inquisition

X2 triplex supercopter gets tail-drive hooked up

3 eggbeaters = 1 worldbeater?

EU security agency draws 'privacy baseline' for ID cards

Waits for measures

Kurzweil to found 'Singularity Uni' in Silicon Valley

In the sense of technogasm, not matter-implosion

Toshiba wows crowds with sexy touch smartphone

TG01 hits headlines

Blizzard of smut cuts off Council websites

From Wittering to ogling, and beyond

Dell expands XPS all-in-one line with 24in boy

Full HD display

Seagate kisses Maxtor goodwill goodbye

$2.3bn down in ink, up in smoke

Intel plucks power from TV signals

At last, a use for Paris Hilton's British Best Friend

Harry Potter Lexicon published after judgment-guided edit

Rowling over on legally iffy material

Facebook turns pollster in search for cash

What do you look for in a washing powder... bitch?

App promises superior suntan from iPhone, PC screens

Tech-tastic tanning

Gimme some (more) money, demand Spinal Tap

Legendary rockers back in the studio

Unpatched web vulns turn internet into drive-by warzone

Can't patch, won't patch

Immortal Dr Who jellyfish poised to rule Earth

Self-mothering clone blobominations amok

Uncle Sam buys 20 petaflops BlueGene super

Packed with 1.6 million Power cores

Intel shows Visual Studio multi-threaded way

Parallel beta

Exploding mobile phone kills Chinese man

For whom the cell tolls

Hitachi takes losses, chops jobs

Conglomerate hit on 910 fronts

Motorola handset profits still MIA

Posts $3.6bn loss in Q4

Sun angles cloud-on-credit-card play

Just like open source, right?

ASProx botnet dials into Conficker domains

Collusion or collision?

Ask.com preps Google-like* malware warnings

* Internet-breakage not included

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