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Nine-inch Asus Eee not doomed after all?

Firm may sell mini laptops to schools

Acer flaunts first Ion-based nettop

Smaller than a breadbox

Google animates 'offline' Gmail for iPhone, Android

Cache machine

Intel chips get new logos, star treatment

Confusing the masses

Did Sun's total package kill the IBM deal?

Stop thinking like a Web 2.0 start up

Sun revs VirtualBox to 2.2

Supports OVF standard, ready for Snow Leopard

Google pours Java on code cloud

App Engine freed from Python

Tata win Child Maintenance COTS IT deal

Past disasters ensure deliberate lack of innovation

Fusion-io gets funding infusion

50 meellion dollars?

South Africa punts money into e-MPV maker

'Leccy TechBoost for Joule

Intel intros 2GHz Atom

Expect to see it in notebook-not-netbooks shortly

Brando injects storage

The syringe that thinks it's a Flash drive

BT still struggling to fix Olympic problems

Thames Water admits hole lotta trouble in Stratford

Nork splash shot snapped by passing satellite

PicOrbiting pap pic shows duff commie rocket in flight

Male chimps strike 'meat for sex' deals

Sharing food brings reproductory success

FCO warns over bogus credit crunch relief phishing email

Fraudsters adapt methods to hard-up times

'Mad as hell' news agency declares war on light-fingered sites

That sounds like fighting talk, AP

Repeat space tourist Simonyi back on terra firma

He should think about a timeshare

Race heats up for Satyam

Monday could be the day

Acer extends Aspire One netbook line with 11.6in model

'Pro' version too

Acer touts touchscreen Windows 7 PC

...with Blu-ray

Isolated Aussies left really isolated

Even further from anywhere

Hackers pwn Macca site with banking malware

Ringo forgotten again

UK butterfly numbers hit hard

Wet summers, climate change, loss of habitat...

Advent AIO-100

ReviewWhen a netbook's screen is just too darn small...

British film board rejects 'disturbing' sexual torture film

Is Obscenity Law undermined by extreme porn?

Hugh Jackman speaks of Wolverine leak heartbreak

A 'serious crime', thunders thesp

Secret European project to battle online jihad

'Significant' international bid to block extremism

Sling to offer £25 discount on new Slingbox

If you own the original model

Wanna upgrade from Windows 7 beta? Go back to Vista first

Stick-in-the-muds can edit code to swerve unloved OS

Microsoft hit with €9m fine over German pricing

Ve haff vays off making you not talk to each other

Can't get a job? Try plastic surgery

US unemployed go under the knife in competitive times

Nokia Life Tools help Indian farmers get one

Smart apps for dumb phones

Acer debuts thin and light notebooks for the masses

Bigger battery life

Prof: Fat ladies don't get to be CEOs, lardy blokes do

Greasy pole, glass ceiling stymie chubbette biz execs

Brown pledges to make Britain's drivers greener

'Leccy TechPM restates UK e-car ambitions

Sadville besieged by bitey 'spampires'

Tiresome pyramid spammers bothering avatars

Phorm moves beyond privacy - except when slating rivals

Emotive statements blow City Town Hall wide open

French adhesive workers stick it to Brit boss

Sacre glue!

Wii gamers get arty

Virtual spray cans developed

BMW opens up to haptic car doors

The doors that respond to surrounding dangers

BT's great hole of Ilford still causing grief

Olympic-sized problem

SQL Server 2008 SP1 washes ashore

Batteries Whistles and bells not included

MS blames non-Redmond apps for security woes

Issues are third party and they'll cry if they want to

Ad watchdog gives thumbs up for female TV orgasms

Positive ruling on slippery subject

DARPA gives Cal Tech boffin $6m 'to save Moore's Law'

Invulno-chips that can 'self-modify' in microseconds

iPhone's Wi-Fi problems cause heated speculation

Apple recommends turning back the clock

Oops: Microsoft wonk hits Live Messenger red button

Accidental interwebulator tourist

Mitsubishi unveils 3D TV line-up

With just a few drawbacks

Google loses third bigwig in four weeks

Cassidy exits Chocolate Factory

Spies hacked US electrical grid, says WSJ

The Russians, the Chinese, and "others"

Sun Sparc guru splits for Redmond

When it rains...

Intel demos Moorestown, embeds Nehalem

Software still chasing hardware

Laptop Hunters snare Microsoft on Linux

Linux FCSGiampolo, how low will you go?

Demand for IT jobs stinks in UK

Slightly less stinky than other months though!

Google chief lectures newspapers

As he destroys them

Sims creator Will Wright leaves EA

Prefers Stupid Fun Club

Intel puts five Xeons on death row

Nehalem's first casualties

IBM fingered over early Linux mistakes

Linux FCSAgenda first, kernel second

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