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Bootleggers jump on 'complete' Windows 7

Ultimate knock off

Child porn suspect ordered to decrypt own hard drive

Self-decryption not self-incrimination

Virtualization soars on Big Blue Power boxes

Fake server catch-up

Italian iPhone makes like Roman candle

Jobsian hardware flames out

Ballmer to go Kumo on Microsoft's Live Search?

Just like .NET

ICANN supremo opens escape hatch

Flees gTLD wasps' nest

Inside Cisco's Hotel California

CommentA unified fabric should include storage

Fujitsu Siemens floats private cloud plan

Cebit 09Just selling stuff is so pre-meltdown

Etailer flogs signed Jade Goody biog for £1,000

UpdatedSun less than impressed with eBay punt

UK opposes copyright exemptions for mash-ups

You ain't got a bootleg to stand on, chum

Intel: We'll spend our way out of the downturn - again

Cebit 09Barrett recycles slogans at Cebit opener

BT wins pricing control over faster broadband

Competitors must pay to play

Surface surfaces in Europe

The touch-sensitive coffee table is here

Brother MFC-990CW all-in-one printer

ReviewWith a fax and an answerphone too

Fridge-fixeable netbook debuts

Doubles up as a tablet PC too

Fiorina treated for cancer

Ex-HP boss to undergo chemo

McKinnon extradition review date set

Sting backs campaign to keep Englishman out of New York

DSGi crosses fingers on new store format

City = thumbs up, HMRC = thumbs down

Spare Backup pumps up the volume

While HP Upline deflates

Expedition to probe cavern lake 3km beneath Antarctic ice

Bizarre, 'extreme' prehistoric lifeforms expected

Sony waves in HD-shooting high-end Cyber-shot

With sweeping panorama capture mode

Sony exec hints at third PSP Grand Theft Auto outing

Sony miffed by game's shift to the DS?

Asus lights up 1TB SSD Lamborghini laptop

More storage space than the real thing?

BT accused of 'sharp practice' on rolling contracts

TalkTalk calls for Ofcom action

Local authorities must change child privacy practices

Report wants better data protection

Ford shows off e-van concept

'Leccy TechNot weird, for a change

Intel announces autos, mobiles Atom ambition

Embedded netbooks, anyone?

LG Super Multi Blue BE06-LU10

ReviewVery fast, very capacious

Pirate Bay rejects law-breaking claims

'Cocky attitude not sufficient to issue guilty verdict'

Facebook sues 'Spamford' Wallace over spam scam

Bring in the usual suspects

Brussels and Beijing work to end trade show police raids

Cebit 09Angry patent holders offered mediation

Study: Girls still not swarming into sci-tech, dammit

Playing FPS, Tetris makes you good at sums, seemingly

Securing the corporation

The Alpha and Omega of risk management

Ancient pulsar still radiating like a young 'un

'Surprisingly active' X-ray source after 200m years

Apple updates full desktop Mac line-up

Mini. iMac. Pro. All change.

Asus keyboard PC due May. Or maybe June

OLED screens coming too

Barclays heralds new wave of wallet-waving

Contactless tech going in cards - data-gathering to follow

Apple adds simultaneous multi-band Wi-Fi to routers

Time Capsule and Airport Extreme updated

NetApp gives MetroCluster a good going-over

From minutes to seconds

Oz runs Romero-themed zombie awareness week

Throw another braaaain on the barbie

BT OpenZone: Is it or isn't it?

Hotspot controversy stoked by ambiguity

Telenor shuns IFPI's 'block Pirate Bay' demands

Like asking post office to open every letter, says Norwegian ISP

Extreme-sports fans offered tough compact camera

Dive-proof, ski-proof and frost-proof

Nokia N97 price skyrockets

Smartphone's launch date put back too

Snacker discovers Nokia phone in crisp packet

Bag Finnished off?

NZ unleashes sonic Manilow weapon

Oh Barry, you came and you dispersed my mallrats

SGI lays off another 9 per cent

Itanium support still in limbo

Tandberg puts DiskStor library on books

Virtual tape teaser

Environmentalists greenmail Google, Dell

Cebit 09Greenpeace presses suits to lobby pols, launch products

Nokia releases cuter Qt

Open-source, web, Mac bases covered

Google CFO nabs $1.2m bonus for five months' work

This ain't Wall Street

Neil Young posts angry YouTube missive

After the Gold Rush

HP quashes executive jet perks

Arrives after company-wide wage reductions

Hack-off contestant dubs Apple Safari 'easy pickins'

Pwn2Own's low-hanging fruit

Apple Mac-sprucing bores fanbois

OpinionThe thrill is gone

Contractors risk mini-Microsoft-protest

Turner talks new hires

US spy agency gains support for cyber security role

DHS not up to task, Congress told

Intel dubs 2009 'The Year of 10Gb Ethernet'

Coming soon to a motherboard near you

Server market gets second opinion on Q4

Gartner confirms sickness

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