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Microsoft woos open sourcers with Visual Studio 2010

VSLiveWhat price MySQL?

Google punts unlimited cloud sitting

App Engine gets price tag

Samsung unsheathes screaming phone

What could possibly go wrong?

The internet is for violent jerks, study finds

...or violent jerks are for the internet

Apple iPhone poised for China touchdown

1.3 billion to be served

Banking app vuln surfaces 18 months after discovery

Patch procrastination bares 24 sites

Server sales cratered in Q4, says IDC

Blades the only bright spot

Beware the dazzle of Microsoft's Azure lure

Cloud clarity needed

Home Office plans to force CCTV on shops and pubs

Buying booze? Smile for the camera

OCZ Apex 120GB SSD

ReviewQuirky performer

Straw slaps ban on Iraq debate docs

Why appeal when you can veto?

Snowstorm swallows GPS skiing gizmo's creator

Probably not wearing the gadget, say mates

Government promotes open source for public sector

Better value for all

E-tailers can't claim on returned goods

ECJ endorses refundamentalism

Cheery Chinese car maker makes splash with EV hatchback

'Leccy TechDesign look familiar?

Ryanair trades blows with 'idiot blogger'

Online booking glitch provokes almighty punch-up

PlayStation Network members top 20m

Xbox Live lagging behind

Obama says his new chopper is 'procurement gone amuck'

'The helicopter I have now seems quite adequate'

Excel Trojan targets unpatched flaws

Another day, another zero-day threat

Qualcomm UK engineers under threat

Cambridge cuts planned

Google blames Gmail outage on data centre collapse

Domino effect crashes through the cloud

Intel sues Psion over 'netbook' trademark

Chip giant accuses PDA pioneer of dirty tricks

Cheeky NetApp does it better than biggies

Trounces EMC, IBM, HDS and HP

Super-sensitive MS mouse goes on sale

Blue-laser tracking tech deployed

What are the security threats?

Sophisticated Malware or just People?

Texting peer gets prison

12 weeks for dangerous driving

UK kiddies cop a righteous tasering

LibDems decry increase in electro-justice

Japan's boffins: Global warming isn't man-made

ExclusiveClimate science is 'ancient astrology', claims report

Gmail phishing attack hits on heels of outage

Oh the humanity

Canadian prof: Green IT is a waste of time

Digital nomads will destroy the planet

Aussie internet-net will be drawn wider

Comms minister expands on site blacklist

Earthworm blamed for laptop crash

It's all gone a bit literal

UK censors revolt against 'pornalone' ordeal

The loneliness of the long-distance smutwatcher

NASA releases moon return globo-projection movie

Can be played at home (with 4 HD projectors + 6 PCs)

Dell delivers gargantuan gaming beast

With recessed media tray coin collector

Multi-coloured DSi models emerge

But only in - you guessed it - Japan

Sharp UK intros 108in monster telly

Costs less than £1000 per inch

Small ISPs reject call to filter out child abuse sites

IWF blocklist effective despite workarounds, charities argue

Pirate Bay prosecutors get jiggy with charge sheet - again

IFPI boss 'vague' on BitTorrent tech

Report names LG's phones as least reliable

But firm's users are 'tech boffins'

MS warns testers to activate Windows 7 beta

Otherwise desktop will be painted black

Fraud linked to US payment processor breach

Malware on servers to blame (again)

Sony shows off wacky fuel cell designs

Power packs inspired by... er... radios and coffee machines

Google eats social bookmarking sideline

More fat trimming

What's next for NetApp hardware?

Storage and the PCIe switch

HP and Sun in Solaris bear hug

Unix survivor

Microsoft aims 'non-security' update at gaping security hole

Disabling Autorun once and for all

Microsoft plays with small, sleepy servers

Like kittens, only crunchier

Music industry's Irish ISP shakedown letter leaked

Blacknight ain't scared

AMD lifts veil on six-core Constantinople Istanbul

The Road from Shanghai

Nortel to cut 3,200 workers

Without severance

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