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Sun's Schwartz finished under Ellison?

Too many CEOs 'round here

Motorola seeks ban on US BlackBerries

We have patents on your fruit

AOL seeds future with video buy

Finds $37m after December layoffs

Red Hat sponsors open source religion

More than code wants to be free

German court finds parent liable for child's file-sharing

Someone's going straight to bed

SourceForge bars 5 nations from open source downloads

Some countries more equal than others

IBM attempts Google Vulcan death grip

The future of Notes is Wave

Apple tablet wins open source Appceleration

Webdesktopmobile kit hooks into Jobsian fable

Adultery website boosted by Christian publicity campaign

What would Jesus do? Get on Facebook, definitely

MPs probe Climategate

If you can't stand the heat...

Apple: iPhone App and iTunes stores don't make money

How to hook a fanboi

HMRC warned on wrong tax codes

Check your letter

Smut-peddling hackers pwn TechCrunch

UpdatedTech site back up off the canvas

Adobe processor price switch riles developers

Thanks for the beta input

Remember CVE? Say hello to CVN

Cisco, VMware and NetApp start their own gang

'Cyber Genome Project' kicked off by DARPA

The code you write - it'll be as traceable as your DNA

'You own the road!': Google gets spanking from media giant

'Go buy another car', responds Mountain View

The DoD's very cloudy thinking over Gmail

Let's get physical

Solicitor General takes fresh pop at PunterNet

Baird blasts web-based brass band

'Aurora' code circulated for years on English sites

UpdatedWhere's the China connection?

DHS 'brainiacs' to commercialise airport liquids-OK scanner

'Washington feels your pain', apparently

Analysts predict early upturn this year for tech deals

Tentative revival to follow last year's collapse

Oz eyes Chinese cane toad market

Amphibious pest to supply traditional remedies

IDC raises PC chip forecast as AMD claws back share

What recession?

Belkin Home Base

ReviewPrinters, hard drives etc on your WLAN

HP talks up slate launch

Later this year and (well?) under $1500

Dell bulks up on EMC products

Spread a little OEM

Fujitsu workers take strike to Parliament

No more job cuts

Aurora-style attacks swiped oil find data from energy giants

Social networks implicated in planning Google assault

German retailer Tweets iPad details

If only it had...

New inside out hover-magnet fusion reactor debuts at MIT

'Turbulent pincher' to bitchslap tokamaks, pellet-lasers?

Entire UK will be on ID database sometime in next 3 millennia

If it was down to them, that is

Large minority of users fancy touchscreen PCs

Survey signals good news for Jobs?

Chinese Avatards scale Hallelujah Mountain

Tourist chiefs rebrand peak in honour of sci-fi epic

Panasonic intros compact camera foursome

The sexy shooter, the tough guy, the ultra-portable and the cheapskate

Dunstone vows to bash Tories on filesharing laws

And the record labels can shove their partnerships

Huffington Post retweets all of Twitter

Microblog confusion causes online huff

StopBadware morphs into standalone non-profit

Anti-Malware Inc backed by Google and Mozilla

Spanish towns vie for nuclear dump prize

Mixed local reaction to controversial 'cemetery' bid

IBM's monster tape will take three days to fill

35TB cartridge poses whole new set of problems

Top Gear's Stig prowls Loch Ness

Street View sighting of elusive motoring beastie

Orange serves up Monkey's brains to advertisers

UpdatedPainting Orange customers Blyk

EMC emerges from recession doldrums

Back to square one, in the good way

Apple's Tablet won't save Big Dumb Media

Where there's Steve, there's hope

Windows Mobile 7 to arrive on HTC smartphone?

Touch Diamond 3 uncovered

Nokia's X6 now Doesn’t Come With Music

Phone’s storage upped, free music ditched

Symantec dishes equal backup dedupe portions

Backup Exec and NetBackup both happy

Red Hat mulls BI strategy as Oracle overlords close in on Java

Who's the JBoss daddy?

Teen attacks father in Fifa 2009 fight

Argument over 'non-violent videogame' prompts stabbing

Voltaire pairs InfiniBand and Ethernet

Why can't we all just get along?

HP to appeal over potentially massive BSkyB ruling

Judge delivers verdict in '£700m' contract case

Amazon EC2 watcher kick-starts cloud of clouds

Six clouds. One kick

Microsoft yanks leaked Windows Mobile 6.5 tools

Wait for it, wait for it...

Novell beefs software appliance kit

How to harden SUSE Linux

IBM reloads Sun poaching gun

New kit for the Oracle-phobic

Google's Voice speaks from iPhone

If you can't beat 'em, web 'em

Google to ape Apple with Nexus One 3G patch

The sincerest form of flattery

Defects in e-passports allow real-time tracking

This threat brought to you by RFID

NASA's Spirit rover stuck for good

Starts new life as stationary robot

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