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Will Oracle kill MySQL? Who cares?

Fail and YouMySQL's already killing itself

Kyocera Mita FS-2020D

ReviewWhat, no networking?

UK agent leaves secret drugs info on bus

'Scatterbrained' spook's error costs £100m

Swiss woman rolled over Facebook

Sack for migraine sickie social networker

Big Blue, Brocade to show united front to Cisco

IBM to OEM Brocade's Ethernet gear

Western demand for netbooks in decline?

Chinese 3G networks taking up the slack - and then some

Samsung unveils first Android handset

O2 gets exclusive on I7500

Ofcom leery of Beeb's uber-set-top box

Regulator notes its problems on Canvas

Jacqui drops central snooping database

Burden falls to ISPs

Windows 7 gets built in XP mode

Microsoft's new OS comes with compatibility insurance policy (sort of)

US declares 'public health emergency' over swine flu

UK advises coughs and sneezes spread diseases

Greens: Telcos must share cell towers to save on CO2

Gathering low-hanging fruit with tweezers

Dell prices up XPS 435 gaming beast

Expensive, but sexy, desktop gaming PC

Anonymity proves grey area for IDScan

Redacted 'fake' card details exposed on website

Thieves lift hives as UK bee numbers drop

Beekeepers feel sting of 'apian black market'

Swine flu apocalypse: Batten down the hatches

Are your IT systems braced for Black Death 2.0?

Boffins dream up Sleeptalking PC standby-mode tech

USB NIC gizmo handles (some) BitTorrent on its own to spend £2bn on ISP tracking

Uberdatabase ditched, but IMP is go

Strumpets strut Spain's Street View

NSFWHandy visual guide to Madrid leisure services

Surgient revs fake server headache pill

Self-serve VM stacks

Zotac GeForce GTX 275 AMP! Edition

ReviewFactory-overclocked for extra grunt

Texas passes videogame tax break bill

State's aid on booming industry expands

Musician dumps instruments for iPhone

Apple addict to perform with handsets only

Cameron: Give the UK's health records to Google

Government should look to Wikipedia for inspiration

No queue to succeed at QLogic

CommentAfter Desai who?

Microsoft ditches Live Search product upload tool

Dies in beta

DHS trials musical brainscan wellness tech on US firemen

'Federal agents' to get Russian bonce-sonata boost, too

ISPs eye role in Jacqui's mass surveillance system

As long as you're paying for it

Reding demands Cyber Cop for Europe

'Member States have been quite negligent'

Taxman denies Wikipedia UK charity status

Decision unlikely to be amended

RFID rag launches radio ID database

Keeping tabs on taggers

Carphone Warehouse linked to Tiscali buy-up (again)

Wake us when it's over

Tandberg Data taps out but doesn't go liquid

The bright side of bankruptcy

Obama awaiting super-secure BlackBerry delivery

The BlackBerry One, for presidents only

Sony pops out Bluetooth headphone duo

Look ma, no cables!

Mexico? US? Just don't go there, warns EU health chief

Porcine flu terror spreads

GE talks up 500GB-per-disc optical storage tech

Micro-holographics equal massive density discs

Liquid crystals - Display genius no match for petty politics

Happy Birthday, ICHow the LCD lost its Daddy

IBM pits Watson super against humanity

This time, we're in Jeopardy

Pink-slipped sysadmin admits to threatening ex-employer's network

Breaking up is hard to do

Yahoo! hooks Adobe digital-media veteran

Online-applications remit

Microsoft unfurls BizTalk Server 2009

Windows Server lovin' meets Oracle pluggin'

Wikipedia's Norwegian press officer cuffed for killing mum

The free encyclopedia anyone can edit

Qualcomm surrenders in Broadcom patent spat

Only lawyers annoyed

Obama pledges 3% of GDP for science

Research boost for nation's health

Google and Microsoft get in Obama's ear

Tech rivals to advise on national strategy

Apple shareholders get 'say on pay'

Jobless outfit admits vote miscount

EFF accuses Apple of muzzling iPhone hobbyists

Reverse engineering posts censored

Craigslist founder defends 'erotic' listings

Masseuse murder microscope

Open cloud crusade yokes Microsoft, Intel, VMware, Sun...

What to do while Amazon waits

Virt tool maker Cassatt is going titsup

Tough times of the B in BEA

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