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Microsoft supplies Interpol with DIY forensics tool

Cofee to the rescue

Microsoft's online Office variant preps for business

There goes the desktop

Public rejects Time Warner metered-bandwidth tests

All-you-can eat protest

Rebuffed by western cellcos, Dell turns to China and retailers

Eastern promise for smartphones

MPs call for inquiry into Tory terror arrest

Security risks over-egged for effect

Nowak astronaut romanta-scuffle affair: New evidence

'There was no molehill' insists lawyer

Fasthosts' market leadership claims banned

'Number one' was talking number two

Carry On producer Peter Rogers dead at 95

Carried off

Rorke's drift towards RAID ASIC replacement

Rorke Data's Nehalem video post-production storage box

Govt powers up electric cars with £5k subsidy

'Leccy TechSweetener available from 2011

Which zoo animals like artificial sweeteners: Facts at last

Experts baffled by aspartame-guzzling Swiss pandas

Samsung planning three Android phones for '09?

Yes, says mole

Tiscali titsup fears grow

Auditors say no

Microsoft gets second extension in IE EU antitrust brouhaha

Deadline to respond pushed back again

Oracle releases whole security blanket of patches

43 updates, 15 remotely exploitable

Symbian show struggles for identity

Just needs name, theme and branding

Family-friendly gaming site launches

Guides and reviews for mum, dad and the kids

Jamaica cracks down on 'daggering' after broken todger upswing

Dance craze or sexual practice? Who knows

Sapphire Vapor-X HD 4850 vapour-cooled graphics card

ReviewThe cooler that turns a Vindaloo into a Korma

Silicon Valley's biggest winners and losers in 2008

HP biggest $ riser, Symantec biggest $ loss

eBay buys Korean rival

Sold... to the primary-coloured magpie at the back

Can the iPhone save NFC?

Retro-fitted sensor still pointless

Nokia's profits dive 90 per cent

Retail clear out hoses bottom line

Nokia shifts 13m 2.6m 5800 phones

Model numbers cause sales confusion for Nokia exec

DHS offers glimpse into life of its top snot'n'slobber expert

Points up disease-doom disaster 'drivel' threat

Nirvanix nabs $5m for cloud expansion

Start-up fattens self up for enterprise customers

Pizza-polluting YouTube plonkers soil Domino's

Internet bogey bandits wreak corporate havoc

No charges for terror arrest Tory

Nor for civil servant

Microsoft cut 'n' shuts search engine with bribery machine

Live Search receives Cashback

Mac and Linux Bastilles assaulted by new attacks

No one here gets out alive

UK dons dunce hat on copyright law

F-grade on user protection - gov stalls reform

Sun begs IBM to come back and talk

UpdatedWhy can't you commit?

Google nabs purse snatcher

Sister-tracking app used for good, not evil

US parkies in 'burrow-buster' marmot detonation campaign

Explosives forestall squirrel population explosion

Patent application uncovers PSP RC car

Play driving games and spy on friends

HP goes sweet sixteen with HP-UX 11i update

Serviceguard but no leather boots

Q1 PC sales: Bad, but not quite awful

And HP whups Dell in US

NetApp snuggles up to Cisco in data centre love-in

Partner up with strap on storage

Touchscreen phones to take 20% market share

Top panel maker predicts big sales for '09

Iomega opens sub-$2k box of storage tricks

Rackmount NAS and iSCSI for the SMB masses

Pirate Bay server becomes museum artefact

Marvel at the flashing lights!

Antitrust-shy IBM closed to fresh Sun talks

Good thing, gone

Researchers dissect world's first Mac botnet

When zombie Macs attack

Blizzard ditches long-time WoW operator

Dependency issues

Hackers develop 'memory-scraping malware' to steal PINs

They are probably watching you now and laughing

Flagship satnav paraded by Garmin

The 5in Nüvi 1490T

NASA's Kepler dazzles with first pics in new-Earth hunt

One snapshot, millions of stars

IBM and pals to start baking 28nm chips

Fast, efficient - just don't call it 'high-k/metal gate'

Fake SMS snoop utility turns spies into zombies

Bite back

Hacking internet backbones - it's easier than you think

'Disastrous havoc' made easy

Bush-era NSA wiretap violations exposed

US hawks not amused

Jaunty Jackalope release candidate unleashed

Claims of distro riches

Microsoft v TomTom: a GPLv3 wake-up call

Free software's alarm bells ringing

Google money machine records Q1 choking sound

Five-year revenue streak finished

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