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Year 2010 bug wreaks havoc on German payment cards

Son of Y2K also hits SpamAssasin, Symantec

Microsoft's 'almost ready' Azure set for April delivery?

We ain't done 'til we're done

MIPS squeezes Android into set-top box

Commercially available. Someday

NetEx tosses Hyper-V VMs around WANs

Dropping HyperIP into Hyper-V

MSI's Pine Trail netbook: 'Do you think I'm sexy?'

CES 2010WiMax certification too

Me, me, me: Iomega clones PCs virtually

VMware technology does the trick

Sony BDP-S760 Blu-ray disc player

ReviewBest in class?

The Googlephone - there's more where that came from

Nexus indeed

Recession forces software escrow releases to jump by 150%

Save the code, save your world

Speculation takes flight over 5th generation Velociraptor

USB 3.0 My Book announced

Westfield opens kimono on EV Cup racer

Leccy TechLean, mean and green

Kindle DX goes global

Amazon to sell e-book reader outside US

Cybersitter firm sues China, Lenovo for Green Dam code lift

Solid Oak swings legal baton

Boffin calculates pi to 2.7 trillion digits

On a humble desktop PC

Ballmer readies slate PC for CES

Monkey boy to hurl spoiler at Apple?

'Peeping Tom' caught on own camera

Police issue self-portrait of changing room spy cam man

Asus goes wide with Bang & Olufsen laptop

Sounds good to us

BT names 63 more exchanges for fibre upgrades

Rollout focuses on the south east

NASA's nuclear Mars tank gets improved cooker mod

Hungry robot to make soup of tenacious alien lifeforms

Seagate boards USB 3 train

BlackArmor external drive gets new interface gear

Kodak parades photo-sharing compact

Slice of social networking life

Microsoft to herd third parties with licensing patent

Patent app hopes to funnel ISVs

Hadopi three strikes law hits another hurdle

Data protection agency says 'Non'

Copia sets sights on Kindle's collaboration dream

eReader platform could allow mass reading festival

Samsung N140

ReviewTicks all the right boxes, almost

Slovakian flies to Dublin with 90 grams of explosive

'Unconventional security operation' goes seriously awry

Imperial calls on SGI super for answers to big questions

Academic thinking

FSA charges four ex-directors of NHS software supplier

Former iSoft bosses face conspiracy charges

Nexus One web address used to punt smoky jazz

Google forgets to Google name of new phone

Firefox 3.7 to feel need for speed with multicore boost

Mozilla revs up browser

Airbus: We'll cancel crap A400M unless we get more £££

CommentOK, you do that. It's rubbish

Sony confirms 3D TV channel plans

Specs at the ready

Bosses warned over Scrooge-like approach to snow problems

Home working and common sense suggested

Skype offers living room TV action

Just disconnect while watching specialist films

UK prosecutors drop 'tiger' sex video case

North Wales Police missed Frosties connection

No more dirty phone calls

Wash your phone out with soap, potty mouth

You and what Android? The Google iPhone killer that isn't

CommentThe Mountain View hippies just ain't hard enough

Dot Hill buys into storage virtualisation

Picks unlucky Cloverleaf Communications

Cisco scarfed up the most venture-backed firms over 10 years

Having munchies in the Noughties

Slingbox touts one TV remote to rule them all

CES 2010Touchscreen with five buttons

Cisco trials consumer video call gear

CES 2010Skype, Polycom join in Jetson phone market

Hacker pierces hardware firewalls with web page

No interaction required

Toshiba unwraps Cell TV

CES 2010On the fly, 2D to 3D conversion anyone?

Toshiba preps 3D BD player for Q3 release

CES 2010

US feds kick in funny money for green data centers

Helping IT vendors help themselves

FCC raises eyebrow at Google 'white-space' play

Don't you back neutrality?

LaCie launches compact telly-ready hard drive

CES 2010Disc sized

Logitech aids laptop movie lovers with audio upgrade

CES 2010Lap rest with speakers

Fed watchdog barks at cloud security

Consumers might get bitten

Microsoft joins IE SVG standards party

Don't pop the poppers

Baidu launches (legal) online video company

Shades of Hulu

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