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Google may exit China after 'highly targeted' attack

UpdatedActivists hit in 20-company dragnet

'Sandwich attack' busts new cellphone crypto

Kasumi cipher cracked (in theory)

Microsoft Office 2007 retailers dodge patent injunction

Redmond misses update deadline

VMware relieves Yahoo! of its Zimbra

Our grand plan to simplify IT

Terracotta polishes Quartz job scheduler

Boosts Java caching

Calcitic astro-whiz clogs ISS piss recycler

Yesterday's coffee, today's problem

Tech downturn is history, says Forrester

No more Dumb Computing

Symantec buys Gideon to bow before government idols

Slaps some SCAP on the grill

Seagate Barracuda XT 2TB Sata 3.0 HDD

ReviewThe first hard drive with the new bus standard

'Fizzy phone' tops wacky handset list

Closely followed by ivory tickling alternative

Israeli ducted-fan robo sky-jeep in hover trials

Not a flying car, but perhaps a flying mule

Sony Ericsson Android phone caught on camera

CES 2010 on VideoXperia X10 demo'd

Home Office picks new prof for Nutt job

As Spaniards blame coke for three per cent of deaths

Dell's pimps 6gig SAS for DAS

Faster PowerVaults

Alfresco ECM gilds IBM's Lotus suite

Enterprise 3.2 supports cloud deployment

Demystifying architecture for non-enterprise organizations

WorkshopHave you got a map?

Diva: Samsung touts tarted up telephones for WAGs

Handbag handsets

An academic take on Santa

Brit firm aims to make airport perv scans obsolete

Voyeurs despair, chemistry fetishists delighted

Prysm pitches ultra-green laser telly tech

Reinvents the CRT for the 21st Century

Supercomputing in retail?

What are they getting out of it?

Critical Adobe updates overshadow MS Patch Tuesday

PDF peril finally plugged

US faces critical lack of (mad) computer scientists

Outreach project to teen tech dorks planned

Wii welcomes video on demand

Nintendo and Netflix shake hands

Economics backs net neutrality, say researchers

The dollar has spoken

'Plutonium pinch' nips NASA

Shortage of fuel squeezes exploration programme

HP loses massive DWP contract

ExclusiveFujitsu Services to pick up desktop deal

GSMA sees 2.6GHz future

Digs knife a little deeper into WiMAX

Mini-asteroid sneaks up on Earth

Lunchtime flyby for diminutive rock

French culture minister flames Google over book scan plan

Mitterrand tells Google to go conjugate itself

ntl:Telewest forgets who its customers are

Someone else's fault obviously

What Ballmer and Hurd should announce this afternoon

Hyper-V not Slates please

Labour MP experiences nasty video shock horror

Proposes censoring sport, music, religion. Is nothing sacred?

Lethic botnet knocked out by security researchers

Zombie network taken down

Canon Digital Ixus 200 IS

ReviewTrendy touchscreen snapper, anyone?

Schools minister strikes elegiac tone at Bett

BettYou should coco, Vernon

Google leaves censorship to China's experts

CommentChina crisis not exactly a human rights triumph

Seagate CEO rides again

Pops up as leading light in LED firm

Spam filters stuff Canadian Beaver

Venerable magazine to adopt less suggestive title

Fem-rage shocker: Woman zaps ex-boyf with pink taser

Battery charge(d) loverat dustup unpleasantness

Yikes! It's the Yike Bike

Leccy penny-farthing, anyone?

French top MOT failure league

Mon dieu mon brave, that's gonna cost you

Facebook snuggles with McAfee in security spree

Symantec unlikely to like updated relationship status

Cisco taps Avnet to peddle 'California' servers

Up next, Arrow Electronics?

Rugby Football Union scores 3D first

England vs Wales match to be beamed into cinemas

Sun marries Hadoop to Grid Engine

DIY Googleplex

Sony Ericsson outs see-through screen phone

CES 2010 on VideoXperia Pureness

McKinnon granted another judicial review

Is Pentagon hacker too ill for US trial?

HP, Microsoft form $250m IT tag team

Frontline battle with Sunacle, CiscoEMCVMware

Google flips default switch for always-on Gmail crypto

Hours after dropping Chinese hack bomb

3D TV gets cold shower from Avatar man

CES 2010Geek spec chic will have to wait

Googlephone sales off to a sluggish start?

'Only 20K' in first week

Microsoft predicts Linux will fail mobile 'quality' test

Victory through cheap Windows branding

Trojan pr0n dialers make comeback on mobile phones

By popular demand

RealNetworks boss in sudden exit

Glaser steps down after 16 years

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