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Zend offers PHP cure for Java bloat

Application-server speed pill

US Defense Dept shuffles self

Obama 'disarms America'

Egenera grooms Nehalem EP blades

Dell re-ups PAN Manager deal

Multiple security scanner bugs give users a headache

Kaspersky pop-up glitch, Symantec mouse madness

Isilon cuts staff, recruits NetApper

Fizz, not Fitz

Google digital book 'monopoly' feels heat

Redmond blamed

As Sun unravels, it's time for a new suit

OpinionUpdate: Sun says not so

IPS misses its ID cards for foreigners target

Database contract goes to Big Blue

Motorola spends $216m on money-saving job cuts

You've got to spend a lot to save a little

Sony W-series Walkman MP3 player

ReviewEat this, Shuffle

LG eyes up comfy viewing monitors

Another excuse not to leave your desk

Boffin: Titan moon largely made of LPG, not cheese

Patio-heater paradise in the outer solar system

Grav-mapping satellite fires ion engines

GOCE xenon-fed drives 'performing nominally' says ESA

Phoenix predicts hitting end of year mark

Walk the line

Go-Between actress backs McKinnon extradition fight

The US is a foreign country. They do things differently there

HP and Fusion-io now quicker than QuickSilver

A million IOPS with less flash: Next stop, a squillion!

Japanese unleash Jedi Obama

Prez also available in James Bond and Samurai versions

Symbian maps out mighty app hangar

Painting it yellow, in its own sweet time

GM, Segway to unveil iPhone-driven wheelchair e-car

'Leccy TechSorry, 'the future of personal urban mobility'

Balls saves history lessons from Facebook and Twitter

Twittering won't replace Empire Building

Zune exec Tweets of 'new Zune hardware'

When? Where? How? What? Why?

Sony Ericsson intros basic Walkman phone

The latest - but not greatest

Bacon sarnies cure hangovers: Official

Good news for boozers, bad news for porkers

Realtors charged with Glengarry Glen Ross-style rival hack

Closers face cracking charges for webmail peek

Online casino pays off US investigation

US bets remain off

Photocops: Home Office concedes concern

Zooming in on the snapper-stoppers

Report: Legalising drugs would save UK plc huge packet

CommentCommon sense doomed by Guardian/Daily Mail axis

Google's trademark keyword sale kyboshed by Appeals Court

'Use in commerce' ruling overturns earlier judgement

Drobo doubles up storage robot capacity

4 slots good, 8 slots better

Firm finalises Wii weights design

Bulk up while playing videogames

Wi-Fi BlackBerry Storm rumour blows in

Storm 2 to replace Storm... er... 1?

Aussies get gov-backed uber-broadband

Women will glow, men will chunder

Boffins list sci-fi words which wormed their way into dictionary

Nine words that came from deep space

Amazon UK kicks off low-end price scuffle with iTunes

Hunt for lesser-spotted 59p track begins at Apple store

Arizona teen's mobile shops him to cops

Rings 911 while owner boasts of theft

EC blasts mobile masts away from schools and hospitals

Report inconclusive, sides with campaigners anyway

BT blocks up to 40,000 child porn pages per day

Cleanfeed busy

DSi UK sales off to strong start

92,000 sold during week one

Sony Ericsson says phone makes snapping, shooting simpler

S312 camcorderphone debuts

Wi-Fi Beeb viewing may break law

Live net telly could be licensing foul

State-owned RBS to axe 9,500 workers

Cutting taxpayers to pay off taxpayers

Apple plays catchup with Nehalem EP-powered Xserves

But Mac servers still short on memory

Brocade launches FCoE switch and adapters

End-to-end Ethernet storage networking in sight

Microsoft to offer Windows 7 downgrade to XP

Gives Vista predecessors the nod

MS pushes back Forefront security offensive

Sterling recast and postponed until 2010

Obama & Gates vs the US military-industrial complex

AnalysisBattle of Porkbarrel Hill begins

Indian Feds arrest more for Satyam fraud

Blame list growing

YouTube a 'half billion dollar failbucket'

What this means for musicians

Microsoft killing free XP support next week

Office 2003 on chopping block too

AMD offers Opteron upgrade discounts

Drops Istanbul's price before launch

Linux device developers not weird, just mainstream

CE Linux ForumIntel man hopes embedded distinction disappears

Blade server standards coming this year

But who will adopt them?

Apple iTunes unwraps (precious few) 69 cent tracks

Vanilla Ice. Still 99 cents

Double-Take expands beyond server replication

It's now called workload optimization

Animal rights group protests seal clubbing in World of Warcraft

Stages battle against Canadians undead

Dungeons & Dragons slays its digital distribution

Loses saving throw against piracy, pulls PDF products

Google taps your IP address for Starbucks targeting

Except when it does something else

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