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Adobe and Nokia pledge $10m for Flash and AIR apps

Mobile PDF rewritten

Intel to put internet in your pants

Moorestown MIDs due by 2010

Dear Obama: Please consider open-source a waste of your time

Ruby on Rails will not save the planet

Debian 'Lenny' arrives: bigger, longer, searchable

Linux distro gets medical injection

Libra freezes out Welsh legalese

UK.gov pumps another £4m into computer system

HP iPaq Data Messenger Windows Mobile smartphone

ReviewFugly

Ofcom snatches spectrum

Ubiquitous 3G in 2009?

UK.gov to tap BT as data harvester

Small ISP customers to be monitored upstream

How to survive the crisis: Sell kiddies booze

Tesco shows the way forward

2008 a top year for UK games sales

More than twice as many units bought last year than in 2003

Sony Ericsson kicks off Barcelona love-in

MWC:Let us entertain you

Missed flight woman goes absolutely mental

Mother of all tantrums proves YouTube hit

Man U fan pwned in Facebook honeypot

'Emma' actually Liverpudlian hoaxers

Brit, French nuke subs collide - fail to 'see' each other

UpdatedExpensive undetectable machines undetected - shock

Pilots boycott gov ID cards

Security claims don't fly

Italian crooks use Skype to frustrate wiretaps

Bitter P2P pill

Michelin strikes key 'e-wheel' deal

'Leccy TechThe future de la 'leccy moteur

Landmark copyright trial against Pirate Bay gets underway

'They won't get a cent'

HTC launches updated Touch Diamond and Pro

MWCBoth pretty similar

Mobile operators combine to flog customer data

GSMA woos advertisers

Intel MID men sign LG

MWCVapourware until 'Moorestown' ships

Samsung's Omnia touchphone goes HD

Shoot movies at 720p

Samsung NC10 netbook

ReviewThe new mini-laptop champion

Huawei shows iPhone-style Android handset

MWCFrom CGI to reality by Q3, says vendor

Woman sues over Vista to XP 'downgrade' charge

Accused of abusing 'market power'

Police arrest first Heartland suspects

$100K gift card scam unpicked

70s Disco inspires latest Samsung music phones

MWC'Touch the Lights' UI, oh aye?

ITV 'could dump' Friends Reunited

Unfashionably profitable social network on the block

Nvidia touts Tegra with $99 handheld net tablet notion

MWCPitches new chips too

Tesco email is broked

DNS?

Beta-blocker 'erases' unpleasant memories

Possible cure for emotional disorders, Dutch team claims

Royal Navy to be first running-jump-jet force

VTOL V/STOL STOVL STORVL? Arrgh

ISP music for 'older than iPod gen' users

Sky first to sign?

Obama's BlackBerry still hackable, warns Mitnick

You'd be a nut to try and crack it

LG lauds world’s first transparent phone

MWCWe see through your marketing

Windows goes Mobile 6.5

MWCBaller and chums launch latest OS

Terabit Ethernet possibilities

Breakthrough switching speed

'Lenny': Debian for the masses?

ReviewUbuntu without the straitjacket

Nokia opens app everything store

Sell those dancing cat videos through Ovi

Samsung gets own models confused

MWCTocco Ultra Edition becomes Ultra Touch

Red Hat and Microsoft ink virt interoperability deal

No patent protection or license payola

Microsoft just wants to be touched

Windows no longer mobile

Hackers: BitDefender site exposes private data (yet again)

UpdatedSecond time in seven days

Apple sued over iPhone smooth scrolling

Scots claim first zoom

Google's Android Market accepts price tags

Anglo-American coders get license to sell

Yahoo! cuts! web! bookmarking! fat!

Three services? Too many. Two? Just right

iPhone and iPod Touch dominate handheld web traffic race

RAZR V3 a distant third

'You're Goths, and you can't serialise my next book'

FoTWSocial Media spinola from deepest Shoreditch

Apple's Mac OS X update breaks Perl

Never trust a vendor

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