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Nvidia drives in second-gen Ion

Revamped HD graphics for netbooks

IBM sneak peeks Nehalem EX iron

Goes modular with homegrown chipset

Oracle buys into Sun's 'Project Copy Linux' dream

Former Sun exec lowers red flags

Cisco rolls out mobile VPN trifecta

Remote access without borders

MPs get ready to grubby hands in 'wash-up'

Clean-up marks count down to election

iPad launch may be limited to US, says analyst

'Manufacturing bottleneck'

Race Telcom WiGoMo One

ReviewThe mobile phone for overprotective parents

OpSource puffs up VMware cloud

RHEL 4 and CentOS into the fold

Google Chrome API experiments with browser history

Historical override

Secret documents: The Truth about MoD's UFO files

'Soon they will have no paperwork at all'

NASA sniffs out (yet more) lunar ice

North pole craters lined with the stuff

Getting there – the road to virtualisation

LabAre you playing the maturity game?

Qualys crawls into the malware scanning biz

Friendly robots provide drive-by download alerts

Climategate hits Westminster: MPs spring a surprise

'Don't panic, carry on' isn't working

Intel: Think of the children - give them PCs, not e-readers

Tablets for the kids

Gulag awaits Russian Olympic trainers

Medvedev menaces Vancouver flops

Unisys flags up customer storage waste

80% of large storage shops inefficient, badly run

NHS denies pre-election stitch-up

Tech contracts rewritten in a hurry - Tories

Apple kicks out quack app, keeps boobs/farts

But application rules start to emerge

Windows Phone 7 blocks out popular HTC model, blames buttons

Other smartphones fail to meet criteria too

Hunt for murderer of lost golden cloud toads hots up

Who 'pulled trigger' on el-Dorado sky forest amphibians?

Intel exec takes medical leave

Architecture boss taking time out

Intel shows off 48 cores

Servertastic chips

Converged IT stacks threaten storage interfaces

CommentVertical optimisation could oust layered standard interfaces

WoW authenticators bypassed by middlemen hackers

Your shiny weapons are no good here

Micron to make even teenier NAND dies

25nm ain't small enough

Sony: PS3 leap year glitch caused network lockout

Clock up

Google now owns location advertising

US patent awarded

IEEE names 28-year-old woman its new 'Face of Engineering'

'Energiser Bunny' is tech's answer to Megan Fox

3D TVs to drop below £1000 in 2012

Only early adopters need apply until then

BBC confirms death of 6Music, slashes online budget by a quarter

Still hopes to connect Web2.0rhea dots, however

How to pimp your supercomputer

The HPC Advisory Council is here to help

National Theatre hack forces password reset

Minor drama

The anthrax scare: Case and flask closed

But conspiracy theories still very much open

Nokia intros last of its four phone files

N, X, E and now C series

Oz watchdog nips Pammie Anderson's bikini-clad ass

Domain outfit's TV ad 'crosses line of decency'

Logitech unveils Harmony universal remote duet

One control to rule them all

Android app brings in $13K a month

It's not just iPhone developers who get rich

Asus assures no more delays for keyboard-computer

Phantom Eee will manifest soon, honest

Google Maps boss to Germans: 'We don't want to invade you'

Offers nervy burghers Street View delete tool

Universal label shows digital gains, praises Spotify

CD sales still heading south, though

Panasonic punts glove-friendly rugged touchscreen tablet

ToughBook upgraded

Buzz Aldrin goes Dancing With The Stars

Fly me to the Moon ABC studios

Apple accuses HTC of iPhone tech theft

Lawsuit launched

Apple is suing HTC

Touchy feely infringement accusation

Asus goes small on aluminium, big on Bamboo

CebitShows off latest models, and latest models

Zombie tactics threaten to poison honeypots

Hive minds vs bot herders

Sony Pictures virtualises filers

Avere gets a big one

IBM cuts more than 1,600 US jobs

Under the reporting radar

LTO-5 tape comes from Quantum and Overland

Dead-ended road-map

iPhone ego clash costs Flash at Virgin America

UpdatedHTML for all

Woman called Window joins Apple

Ex-Mozilla security bod dons white earbuds

FCC talks National Broadband

TV spectrum for the interwebs

Microsoft wants to put infected PCs in rubber room

RSAAnd while you're at it, watch out for the cloud

Chrome beta bakes in auto-translation

Pickier privacy settings

Ballmer: One day, Bing will actually make money

Big Steve on Firefox, the iPhone, and search bribery

Authorities dismantle botnet with 13 million infected PCs

Half of Fortune 1000 touched

Opera 10.50 goes from pre-alpha to final in 10 weeks

How to race a Windows ballot screen

US burg renames self 'Google'

What would you do for Gigabit internet?

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