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Getac fires out rugged PDA

Well 'ard...

Intel 'Nehalem' Xeons poised for March 31 launch

IT managers, start your checkbooks

Ofcom plots out wireless mic future

Redefine and reduce, then turn digital

Oracle reaches for Virtual Iron

Virtualisation platform bulk-up

EuroMidEastAfrica server biz tumbles

20.6% rev drop

Eric Schmidt reanimates el cheapo PC zombie

Fail and YouGet out the shotguns

IBM has lousy disk storage quarter

IDC report shows 22.7% revenue drop

Big biz slams brakes on new domains

The Cornish will just have to wait

Zhao 'C' - Chinese police computer says no

Left field 'Left Crescent' left nameless

Falconstor/Sun wins speediest dedupe race

Comment:So who's suffering from ingestion?

Tiscali shares suspended on titsup fears

Italian group goes cap in hand to bankers

Jobless Brits face influx of foreign IT workers

3.2m unemployed in 2010 says employers group

Twitter users hit by smut spam hack attack

Wasn't Britney's four foot vagina warning enough...

Orange and Barclaycard partner on touchless pay-by-phone tech

Sony goes alone e-payment TV remote

Magna boils up EV kit for car makers

'Leccy TechYou spec it, we build it, you badge it

Google Docs suffers serious security lapse

Cloudbusting bug shares documents

Boffin unveils facial expression-controlled iPod

Total winker?

Discovery ISS gig go for Wednesday

No problem with shuttle's hydrogen flow control valves

Asus adds dual-core Atom to Eee desktop

Eee Box B208 sneaks out with... er... Vista

Pentax Optio P70

ReviewNice face, shame about the snaps

Microsoft Mixes it in Vegas with Silverlight, Azure and IE 8

Radio RegSticker shock, Safari love

LaCie releases USB keys that... er... look like keys

Don't mock this lock

Straw bends on Coroners & Justice data-sharing proposals

CommentLegislation dropped - but are proposals really dead?

Cebit 09 too dead to trash says Greenpeace

Cebit 09But Schwarzenegger says he'll be back

Daily Telegraph hit by SQL hack attack

Middle England pwned

Designer BMW PC unveiled

Firm takes top down on engine-like PC

Swedish police claim massive anti-piracy bust

Waiting in wings of Pirate Bay trial

PC World cuts off Capita call centre contract

Insourcing is the new outsourcing

Gamers risk early graves, claims advert

Health groups warn against inactive lifestyle

Ombudsman probes European Commission over late payments

EC does all it can to support SMEs - except pay them

Gov launches 'Healthy Bees' plan

Calling all apiarists...

Wattpad furnishes iPhone with bootleg books for bupkes

Pirate-lit sets sail

IBM boasts of full 8Gb Fibre Channel for blades

From blade to SAN and back again

Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite to be pulled from console line-up?

Will become basis for game-themed editions instead, it's claimed

Republican e-chief exits, denounces 'blog-flogging simpletons'

Must program harder

Vista to XP 'downgrade' lawsuit revised

Microsoft accused of plumping up Vista sales

Scottish hospitals laid low by malware infection

Worm causes appointment bother

3D TV by Christmas, hints Sky

The Queen's Speech... stereoscopically?

Hyundai confirms watchphone

Video calls not supported

US cybersecurity chief quits over NSA power grab

A threat to democracy

Microsoft's Turner: Yahoo! search deal, but no acquisition

Woos new CEO

Taiwan supplier fingered in Apple touch-screen netbook rumor

Newton rising from the grave?

FoxIT update defends against PDF peril

Not just an Adobe problem

IBM not worried about Cisco blades

Or HP's leading blade share

Social networking and blogs more popular than email

Old-timers love Facebook, Nielsen says

Boffins breed new programming race

ETechEveryone's a coder

Feds file new felonies against alleged Palin hacker

Circular reasoning straightened out

YouTube blocks music videos in UK

Content yanksploitation against royalty collectors

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