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Cisco sets free video con protocol

Big enough to share

Google Toolbar caught tracking users when 'disabled'

We'll ignore this window if you close it

Yahoo! wows Wall Street with revenue drop

Only 4% down. Well done

Prolific hacker releases PlayStation exploit

Some memory-bus corruption required

Avere adds flash to filer accelerator

Missing tier arrives

Netezza slims TwinFin analytics appliance

Skimmer aims low

US book giant confirms Apple tablet

'It's going to be terrific'

Second US man admits DDoS attack on Scientology

Not so Anonymous after all

Gates backs China in Google censorship spat

Uh, that's just what the Chinese do

Kiwi airline adds PC, iPod support

Hi-tech mile high?

Scott McNealy signs off in style

Walks into the Sun set

Keep a close eye on your subsidiary, says Court of Appeal

They can run away from parent companies

Sun shops unnerved by Oracle Alpha man

The Larry Factor

Verified by Visa bitchslapped by Cambridge researchers

More about pushing blame than preventing fraud

Samsung ready to sell World+Dog 3D TVs

Mass-production point reached

Seagate expanding into PCIe flash

LSI to hop on board alongside

iPhone OS update sticks customers with premium call bills

Hard knock for Bubblewrap, Admob tie-up

Potty mouth hackers pwn TechCrunch (again)

This time it's personal

O2 axes broadband laptop bundle connection fee

Two-year subs only

Science czar calls for openness on climate questions

Reveal the things we know we don't know

Swiss computing lab offers free bug-immunity tool

Clouds, browsers can self-debug without help, says prof

Government IT strategy confirms savings target

Pulls £3.2 billion per year out of its hat

MPs demand UK government end secrecy over ACTA

International plan of mystery

HTC Hero to get Android 2.1 update in March

Delayed again?

Home Office says 'no decision' yet on sex offender disclosure

Government may actually benefit for once

Playmobil throws down animation gauntlet

Fan films inspire stop-motion challenge

Microsoft hit with cash-for-Points lawsuit

Lawyer cries fraud over Xbox Live download payments

Amateur CCTV sleuth site probed by privacy watchdog

ICO is very definitely watching the watchers

Nokia N97 Mini

ReviewSize matters?

Toshiba looks ahead, sees a 14TB disk

CommentSifting through the bit pattern

EMC blows CIFS benchmark away

But shies away from NFS

California school pulls 'oral sex' dictionary

Merriam-Webster too explicit for wide-eyed kiddies

Nokia cuts down X6 handset

Comes without music

Apple granted multi-tap detecting tablet patent

How to do multi-touch circa 2005

UK.gov tweaks open source policy small print

Enforce or fall on own sword, warns Ingres

Airships can defeat roadside bombers, says ex-US officer

'ILLEGAL foot-dragging by air force kills our troops'

Compulsory perv scanners upset everyone

The European Court of Human Rights is going to love this

Near-field comms gets 'peer-to-peer' data sharing spec

NFC gadgets to swap info at a touch

Spanish town to reward good drivers

By giving them the fines from crap ones

Which? warns on pirate letters

Ambulance chasers chasing wrong ambulances

Power-brick maker touts... colour e-book reader

Yours to buy - 10,000 pcs minimum - in Q2

Microsoft 'offered sex and drugs to distributors'

And the problem is?

Phantom app risk used to bait scareware trap

The non-threat with no name

We7 goes after Spotify with iPhone app, subs

Aims for the Big Time

Negroponte sends broken OLPC laptops to Haiti

Relief for Haiti - relief for OLPC owners

Larry to take integrated Sunacle direct to CIOs

Oracle reveals its surprisingly reasonable plans for Sun

Rubber Duck banned from txt

Wev gt rslves a cnvy

South African Police reveal Apple tablet photos

11 varieties, MDMA support

Apple iPad spanked with Defective by Design protest

'Entering Apple restriction zone'

Oracle promises golden trip to yesteryear on Sun

Like 1960s IBM. But 'open'

Steve Jobs uncloaks the 'iPad'

UpdatedWorld continues to revolve around sun

Ubuntu Firefox shuns Google for Yahoo! search

Microsoft to fund Linux development

Oracle in MySQL, OpenOffice autonomy vow

You will take our extensions

eBay refiddles with auction fees

Free listings, higher sale charge

IE Windows vuln coughs up local files

One click bares entire C drive

Apple's iPad - fat iPhone without the phone

CommentThe tablet that can't multitask

Ellison to recruit thousands for Sun integration army

Linux needs to grow up

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