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Elevator music files for Chapter 11

But keeps on playing

Gmail adds location-aware signatures

This email is coming from INSIDE THE HOUSE!!

Cuba crafts extra-communist Linux distro

Down with the Microsoft bourgeoisie

Barcelona boffin births swarming microrobots

ISSCCProgrammable, autonomous, and aware

New Windows virus attacks PHP, HTML, and ASP scripts

Virut gets around

Silverlight for Linux hits with Microsoft punch

Adobe claims "fizzle" not "sizzle"

Kids online: Parents need to regulate, says Ofcom

Take some responsibility, would you?

BT profits crash

Global Services loses half a billion

Satellites crash over Siberia: Iridium bird destroyed

Orbital frag up by 3%: conspiracy theories, 100

Software body slams's 'special treatment' of music biz

Don't ya think we're sexy?

Tesla names Model S rollout date

'Leccy TechCourtesy of US Department of Environment cash?

NetApp restructures after $75m loss

Large system buying strike

McKinnon UK trial decision delayed

Hacker has to hang around

Bletchley Park fires up Big Green-Eyed Monster

Vintage air traffic computer lands at National Museum of Computing

NSA offering 'billions' for Skype eavesdrop solution

Counter Terror ExpoBusiness model for P2P firm at last?

Garmin-Asus unveils M20 Nüvifone

The first motorway-inspired handset?

Apple White MacBook Early 2009

ReviewApple's best-value mobile Mac by far

'World's first' eco satnav hits the road

'Turn right at the next corner... Use less gas...'

BlackBerry seduces punters but not profits

Subscribers up, profits down

Capgemini reports flat 2008 revs, expects 'modest' decline

Says 'non' to full year outlook

Pioneer unplugs tellies and 10,000 workers

Hopes the DJs will save its life

MI5 to get unmanned 'manned unmanned' robo spyplanes?

Counter Terror ExpoFleshy dominance strictly optional

Nokia chops and changes for cost-efficiency

Site closures, 'temporary lay-offs'

Spotify: We kick the tyres

ReviewBest thing since sliced vinyl?

Pioneer turned off HD TV

Farewell, Kuro...

Sony plans movie+game dual-media Blu-ray Discs

Coming this year, says exec

Police drop investigation into 'rent-a-Lords'

Quivering peers brace for 'robust' treatment

Photography rights: Snappers to descend on Scotland Yard

CommentPapping the police shouldn't mean a pop to prison

What did you do on Emergency Services day?

Aide, hilfe, ayuda, hulp, etc

Colonel: US Army has working electropulse grenades

Machine rebellion strangled at birth?

Win 7 and smartphones targeted in Pwn2own challenge

Hacker security shootout shindig

Low-end Nüvifone to make 'satnav simple'

For navigation novices

Copyright cops launch MS-happy software compliance tool

Fast way to make a buck (or £3.5k)

Brits find accommodation a little uncomfortable

Further Febuary February spelling fail news

Doubled-sided Acer phone spied on web

Two screens and a physical keypad

Nokia comes clean as Ovi bombs

Both Ovi users seriously inconvenienced

Siemens ditches consultants

Long walk for men with clipboards

Scareware scammers Rickroll Digg

Bot comment blitz intensifies

Pope's star watcher to visit Nasa and talk aliens

Unlikely to arrive in Chariot of the Gods

Facebook hits back at Italian ban

Horse's head for Master Zuckerberg

Netbook gets Hello Kitty overhaul

Wind for the kids

PC firm offers Ultra-Quiet Xbox 360

Console redesigned to reduce noise

MS puts up $250K bounty for Conficker author

Zombie masterminds wanted undead or alive

Apple animating iTunes stream machine?

Slaking the demand for on-demand

IBM, HP, and EMC press for encryption key juggler spec

Push unified protocol though open standards org

Google pays $51.7m for newspaper destruction metaphor

Project Will Power eats paper mill

Mozilla calls for 'open web' in EU Microsoft row

Defines good, bad, and ugly IE remedies

Heartland data breach hit 160 banks (and rising)

How deep does the rabbit hole go?

Symbian Foundation in anti-Android recruit drive

MySpace, Qualcomm, HP climb aboard

Cray thanks Uncle Sam for juiced revenues

Still in red

Sun pitches JavaFX Mobile into RIA squabble

Microsoft and Adobe trade shots

Lenovo cuts 550 jobs across Europe

Re-embraces low-cost PCs

Opera proxy promises 'game changing' browser speed

'80 per cent boost'

Intel convenes iPhone hitman summit

Chipzilla goes mobile?

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