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Updated Legalized SlingPlayer 3G TV joins App Store ranks

MWC'No, we didn't' vs. 'Yes, we did'

US lab births flexy, stingy solar cells

99 per cent less silicon

Cisco cuts and runs on Dell blade partnership

'Dell, you broke my heart'

HP Pavilion Elite HPE-180

ReviewDoes it justify the premium?

MPs, Lords ask if Mandybill is human rights friendly

Don't just go chucking people off the internet now

Fujitsu grabs billion pound HP contract

As strike action rumbles on

Overland Snaps into iSCSI

Hopes SnapServer SAN will be growth engine

LG to bring over-the-air phone sync to all

MWCDropBox-style service coming to feature phones

Virtualisation and packaged applications

LabWhen is a silo not a silo?

Sony backs away from OLED TV future

More money in 3D, LED TVs

MoJ and police discipline Twitter sinners

I sentence you to the fail whale

Cyclist Floyd Landis accused of hacking into doping lab

Arrest warrant puts a brake on possible Tour return

HP puts mid-range storage on steroids

MSA and LeftHand lines get new names, bigger biceps

Another annoying cloud pitch

Why do vendors think Cloud is new?

Microsoft made a phone, and I hate it already

OpinionWhy can't Redmond stick to computers?

Scorsese and De Niro planning Taxi Driver II?

You still talkin' to me?

Freeview HD EPG debuts on iPhone

Don't know what to watch? There's an app for that

Apple bans iPhone hackers from App Store

And stay out!

Windows Phone 7 Series website collapses under weight of traffic

Microsoft's iPhone-bashing marketing campaign hits buffers

Apple to stick padlocks on books for iPad

FairPlay DRM will rise again

Firm punts USB 3 SSD

Drive whups SuperSpeed HDDs?

Raygun 747 missile-zapping test video released

VidBack-burnered energy cannon jumbo fries the skies

NFC gains Wi-Fi connection, loses name

MWCProximity payments standard suffers ID crisis

EMI puts Abbey Road under the silver hammer?

Can't carry that financial weight no longer

Samsung shows off 4G netbook

MWCBut we'll still have to wait two years to see it here

Miniskirt outrage Brazilian becomes Carnival queen

From uni strumpet to Elizabeth I

Orange teases with HTC Desire debut

MWCAndroid 2.1 handset out in April

Small firms say UK taxes are strangling growth

But will take on more staff anyway

Plantronics Voyager Pro UC

ReviewThe business?

Steve Jobs anoints official biographer

Einstein biographer to produce the Book of Steve?

Labour MP denies calling Tories 'scum-sucking pigs' on Twitter

'It woz a hacker wot did it'

Echelon computers can't cope with bad lines

'What? Osama bin who? Yes, we sell nukes. Say again?'

Royal hack police worker avoids jail

Not serving at Her Majesty's pleasure

My mother-in-law wants this! (For her birthday, you understand)

Big phone, big buttons

EMC adds awesome to Atmos

Bigger drives, faster cores, and better protection

Google and Yahoo! join Oz protests

Mass clog-up of Conroy's web filter

HP helps customers go cloudwards

Facilitating your fluff-based infrastructure

Only Apple can get away with App Stores

It's a Flash™ in the Pan

Scots unleash world's strongest beer

41% ABV 'Sink the Bismarck' torpedoes German rival

Vodafone chief gripes at Google dominance in online ad market

Search and destroy

Life's a BONDI beach for widgets

MWCOr it will be very soon... honestly

Vodafone lets Androiders in on 360

MWCIt's all about People

Nokia patches N900 firmware

Bug crusher

IBM consumes network kit automation firm

Intelliden rolls into Tivoli

RIM unveils free BlackBerry server

MWCEnterprise Express set for March arrival

Contest offers $100,000 for smartphone, browser hacks

Pwn2Own the iPhone

Google Buzz bug exposes user geo location

Updated'Pretty nasty vulnerability'

Yahoo! looks beyond Google's data cruncher

Can you really MapReduce natural language?

Facebook goes lighter than Lite

MWCYes, it's Facebook Zero

Skype set for Verizon 3G

Cellular VoiP for BlackBerry, Android

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