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Microsoft team hacks Silverlight for Chrome

Results may vary

Apple shares MacBook break-in tips

Easy no more

Sirius XM gets 11th-hour $530m loan

Bankruptcy avoided. Why so Sirius?

Voltaire preps InfiniBand switch for IBM blades

Cisco on the outs

Mellanox enables server adaptor sharing

At InfiniBand edge

Google gears Gmail for PC hack attack

'Offline' web apps exposed

Intel sees future in Mega Data Center

Hitches self to cloudwagon

NHS patient database goes titsup

CSC disaster brings more woe for NPfIT

DLNA compliance testing: It ain't working

CommentIomega NAS not talking to Sony TV - whose fault is that?

Gigabyte passively cooled Radeon 4850 card

ReviewHow quieter does your GPU need to be?

AA sniffs out Blighty's best bacon sarnie

West Midlands cafe honoured

McDonalds to cook up EV charging station network

'Leccy TechSwedes get first McCharger

LG unveils everlasting solar phone

MWCLimitless power... on standby

Econav spied on Nokia phone

MWCEco-friendly satnav makes smartphone jump

NTT DoCoMo shows off futuristic modular phone

Like Modu, only better

RIM execs settle with SEC over backdated options

'Undisclosed compensation'

Attack of the Windows replicants replication vendors

AutoVirt joins Double-Take and Neverfail

Emulex pins adapter future to Ethernet and encryption

Adapter maker goes for FCoE

Watchdog mauls billboard sex ads

Nasal spray punt 'unsuitable for public display', ASA rules

Fake Canon exec blogger rebuffs legal beef

Jobs a good 'un for faux exec

20 per cent of laptop buyers opted for netbooks in Q4 08

Consumer uptake even higher

US Navy orders new electric hyper-kill railgun

They will not let me off*

Too busy to make a jam sandwich? M&S can help

'Quick fix, credit crunch lunch'

Cisco to bundle Trend security suite with wireless routers

Another route into the home security market

Sony shows off stacks more compact cameras

And a rather nice 'superzoom'

Abba star slates 'lazy, stingy' Pirate Bay fans

As Sunde gloats with 'EPIC WINNING LOL'

Dell hires new UK channel boss

Gives Paul Harrison the nod

Facebook does U-turn on eternal data grab

All your photo are not belong to us... bitch

UK 'bad' pics ban to stretch?

Is that a loophole? How disgusting

Oberthur paints go-faster stripes on SIMs

MWCShaking things up, Wii-mote stylee

Rail workers get shirty with see-through blouses

Little left to passengers' imagination

LG updates netbook with on-board HSDPA

UpdatedX120 joins X110

Samsung showcases wristphone

MWCA rival to LG's video watch?

Western Digital My Book World Edition 1TB NAS box

ReviewGreat value network storage

Google sued by biz directory

Antitrust claim

Minister trashes ex-spook chief's liberty warning

Man tipped to replace Jacqui calls 'abject nonsense' on Stella

DARPA seeks self-aware AI robot mega-tanks

We care not who welcomes us, meatsacks - all shall die

Sky network downed in London

Saarf of the river

BP snips IT contractor rates

Take the cut, or take a hike

Wanted: £160k-a-year Twittercrat

Your taxes at work!

Microsoft confirms Equipt kill date

Dead man walking

Robert Llewellyn drops Red Dwarf clanger

Unplugged special cancelled?

Judges plead guilty to jailing kids for kickbacks

PA youngsters jailed for MySpace pranks

Barcelona pickpocket swipes Microsoft secrets?

MWCPhone with unreleased software gone bye-bye

BearingPoint buckles under debt

Shareholders wiped out as firm goes Chapter 11

Mr. and Mrs. Boring lose Google Street View tilt

Streisand Effect undoes privacy crusade

DreamWorks to bake 3D flicks on desert cloud

Shrek studio rents super cycles

Wireless wonks face shrinking economy, vanishing porn

MWCMobilising World Congress

Mozilla, Skype join iPhone jailbreak fight

Open up, please

Hulu yanks vids from

OldTube networks collide

Behind IE 8's big incompatibility list

Growing, growing, gone

IBM lobs airplane miles at x64 shops

Fly the Big Blue skies

Apple iPhone police censor South Park

Schizophrenic puritans

Intel reneges on Irish job cut promise

200 to 300 posts 'consolidated'

HP printer, server, and PC sales in double digit dip

EDS saves bacon

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