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Google expands ad empire with expandable ads

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Cold-water treatment for Ballmer on Windows Mobile

Coming down's a bitch

Suit seeks close of Craigslist's red-light district

Chicago sheriff's resources stretched thin

Skype to give away wideband audio codec

King of VoIP eschews royalties

Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Mini UI 3520 netbook

ReviewCustomisable covers, hurrah!

ICO raids and shuts builder blacklist firm

No more snoop for you

'World's Worst Banker' joins Lads from Lagos

Sir Fred Goodwin flashes his 419 credentials

March patch Tuesday omits Excel fix

Zero-day, nada relief

Forced retirement due to age can be justified, rules ECJ

65 all out

Camcorder-cum-compact piloted by JVC

Allows for simultaneous snapping and shooting

3D car dashboard displayed

Up yours, Navman

NAO calls for better crown court IT

You are accused of providing useless IT. How do you plead?

Sexy Namir sportster to rewrite fuel economy rulebook?

'Leccy TechIt's Grrrrreat

Infortrend to launch enterprise Fibre Channel arrays

Virtualisation and replication ago-go

HTC Magic to materialise next month

Vodafone keeping mum about prices, though

Samsung launches not-2TB drive

Playing it safe with 1.5TB green drive

Vulcan appeal in emergency tin-rattling

Pledge cash today or historic aircraft grounded - forever

US killer robo-plane makes strike without remote pilot

Automated killware now handled by sergeants

Bletchley's Colossus makes beautiful music

Code-cracking kit sings for 'Electronica' composition

'Lex Nokia' company snoop law passes in Finland

Employee-monitoring law waved through

NES emulation phone unfolds online

Features split gaming keypad, 16:9 display

Metallica's Lars Ulrich illegally downloads own album

'It was kind of bizarre'

Philips launches GoGear PMP - again

The smallest one yet?

ESX 4.0 to hit the dancefloor in May

Tracking footprints in cyberspace

Italians boffins prove plausibility of spam-javelin spam

Todger-stretch device actually works

Eurocrats declare war on e-commerce cross barrier red tape

'Complex, interdependent, mutually reinforcing'

Gang jailed over failed Sumitomo cyberheist

Commercial software used in multi-million scam

Slash your way inside Apple's Mac Mini

PhotosPutty knife adventure

DARPA, US Army seek 'social computing' tech

Not Deathbook/Facekill; more Asimov 'Psychohistory'

Satyam gets greenlight for sale

Big Blue? Really?

David Blaine tw*tdangles into Urban Dictionary

Linguistic fame for US gitwizard

Microsoft to force New Xbox Experience upgrade?

Games may soon come with mandatory NXE installation

Iomega Home Media Network

ReviewPromises more than it delivers?

Nokia transforms text messages into art

'CU L8r in pub' yields Hogarth's Gin Lane?

UK.gov ditches multi-million spooknet project

MPs up in arms after Scope gets scrapped

iPhone monopoly-kicker starts charging for jailbreak apps

Application competition brewing

Enormous pain-ray patio heater towers erected in California

Military excrucio-beam tech guards fruits

Illinois restores Pluto's planetary status

13 March is Pluto Day, senate declares

IT feels the pain as US loses 651,000 jobs in February

Previous months' figures revised, again

MS coughs to hokey-cokey IE8 option in Windows 7

Wishes it could turn off EU regulators too

Twitter SMS spoofing still undead

Micro-blogging body-snatching risk

One-eyed man creates prosthetic 'surveillance' eye

The aptly named Eyeborg Project

Fanboi co. punts half-price Mac mini memory

More putty knife fun

Did TomTom test Microsoft's Linux patent lock-down?

No choice but to kill open source

Obama seeks econ advice from Web2.0rhea king

Solving the Meltdown in 140 characters or less

Fanbois will abandon iPhone for Palm, says Wikisugardaddy

Predicts July death for Jobsian status symbol

NASA's Kepler ready (again) to snoop for Earth-like planets

The Gladys Kravitz of spacecraft

AT&T wants to run your data center

Or at least your fake data center

Apple's Snow Leopard set for June 8?

So say tea leaves, Amazon

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