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Aussie firms makes Surface-readable business cards

MS tech serves up employee pics, Tweets, blog posts

Wikileaked donor list shames US lawmaker

IT pro bares 4,700 names and numbers

Wall Street: Google, Apple good - Palm, AMD bad

The Meltdown shuffle

Texas Memory Systems punts Texas-sized SSD

450GB PCI-Express server flash

Vodafone Music drops the protection

Like Amazon, only more expensive

Poor pound ups Wii's trade price

Gamers facing ten per cent price hike

IBM rejiggers x64 servers, blades

Fat Opteron plus new chassis, disks, SSDs

Failed probation system 'masterclass in sloppy management'

Even the NAO is impressed

Apple 24in iMac (March 2009)

ReviewNot enough of an upgrade?

Grand Theft Auto IV update spied in publisher's accounts

Fiscal filing promises game update before the financial year's out

ContactPoint will cost more than thought

Gov project in budget creep shock

Hydrogen leak grounds Discovery

Launch no sooner than Sunday

Court rules 'ceaseless liability' for net libel fine for free speech

European Court of Human Rights backs old English law

Designers mock up bonkers 'leccy car concepts

'Leccy TechThe future of motoring?

Three short papers about virtualization and data centres

I am a recovering tape addict

Bletchley Park attracts £300k extra funding

Round of applause for Milton Keynes Council

BT freezes wages for 100,000

Bosses can expect 'substantially reduced' bonuses

'Bland' iPod Shuffle gets third-party arty visual update

Designer displays his etchings

O2 wins UK Palm Pré exclusive?

Market sources claim carrier will offer iPhone, iPhone clone

Google Voice goes call-forward crazy in US

All your talk are belong to us

Gates retakes rich list top spot as Zuckerberg slides off chart

Life's a... bitch

FAST fingers another Cardiff biz over software compliance

Outcome of probe remains a mystery

Level 3 burglary gang plead guilty

Trio face up to 10 years each

Nintendo shifts 100m DS consoles worldwide

Double the PSP's tally

Samsung quietly uncovers stylish music player

Q2 unveiled

Superfast-charging batteries? Whoa there, MIT

New 'lectrode tech causes premature inkgasm

Rogue international ‘M&A advisors’ target Brit ISP customers

ExclusiveFSA warns on ‘Recovery Room’ cons

Sofia Dark Knight Englundh protests footie chant slur

My surname's non-English, non-drunken

UK.gov thinks internet should be run like BSkyB

Makes case with Wikipedia cut'n'paste

BBC botnet investigation turns hacks into hackers

Changing PCs without permission always wrong

Robbie Williams, Billy Bragg et al say downloads aren't illegal

Hits out at music industry bigwigs

Georgia withdraws from South Ossetia Eurovision

Declines to substitute 'anti-Putin' ditty

Dell cooks up all-in-one PC treat

Suggests putting it in the kitchen

Google jacks up fees for Checkout service

Rip-off Britain is back

UK's privacy watchdog not very bitey

Trailing Europe on fining powers

Romanian cops cuff 20 phishing suspects

Big phish

Kodak ESP 7 all-in-one inkjet printer

ReviewPhoto printing doesn't get much cheaper

Govt advisor calls violent-videogame tax

Fears over alleged 'negative impact' of games on teens

EC calls for tech help on carbon targets

Making micro-generation work

Amazon's cloud adds reserved seating

Pay now, play later

Ice in fuel feed caused Heathrow 777 crash

Further AAIB tests confirm early findings

Texting peer released from prison

Sentence suspended for 12 months

Science-boosting thickie questionnaire backfires

UpdatedCalifornia Academy of Sciences flunks own poll

Nature security breach prompts password reset

Hacked in tooth and claw

Microsoft claims Firefox- and Chrome-whopping IE8 speeds

Lies, damned lies and questionable lab tests

The eroding enterprise boundary

Lock Down and Open Up

Multi-site bug exposes cloud computing's dark lining

One vuln fits all

Google behavioral ads scare US lawmakers

House mulls privacy law

Apple lands democracy on fanboi party-goers

iTunes' egalitarian DJ

Former employee of Obama CIO pick busted for bribery

Appointee not linked to wrongdoing

Supercomputer niche chucks rocks at Nehalem

SiCortex and the Intel 'problem'

ISS crew flees flying space junk

Astros huddle in Russian-built 'lifeboat'

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