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Google Research probes educasearch engine

Holds fire on Google Wave

Asus will hit e-pad market this year

The iPad? That's the big iPhone, yeah?

Skype arrives on Nokia Symbian phones

Live at the Ovi

Hacking human gullibility with social penetration

We don't need no stinking exploits

HDI Dune BD Prime 3.0 Blu-ray media player

ReviewOne box, plays all?

New use found for 'world's most useful tree'

Water purification method offered for free download

On enterprise networking and administration

Is anyone actively doing anything?

Security in the virtualised world

WebcastPractical Matters

Street View threatens to throw Eurostrop

Spymobiles to exit EU?

Web wags stage IE 6 funeral

Oh right. Haha! Yes. Because it's 'dead'.

SeaWorld killer killer whale must die, Bible insists

Enraged blogger cites vengeful Judeo-Christian tradition

Ofcom wades into UK 'Net Neutrality' row

BBC tech boss says web is 'primary outlet for future Beeb content'. What's that now?

Samsung readies SDHC HD camcorders

Something to take to South Africa?

Murdoch promises WSJ on the iPad

Like a web page, only more expensive

DARPA to build military App Store, battlefield 3G

Android wins war for battle phones, iPhone and MS lose

Vivienne Tam packs paint on HP netbook

'Butterfly lover' case design, ladies?

LibDems score copyright coup

MandybillBlocking by network address extended, after Lords hijack

Will we stop talking about virtualisation?

LabEnough of the V-word, already

Sony readies revamped netbook

Retailers reveal all

Google search results go all starry-eyed

Ad broker ditches SearchWiki

Monster botnet held 800,000 people's details

Fourth zombie admin could be in South America

Apple yanks Wi-Fi detectors from iTunes

Pretends they were never there

Men lie more in online dating - except about their weight

He: 'I'm rich, thinking of marriage' She: 'I'm not fat'

Microsoft expects to flog 300m 270m copies of Windows 7 in 2010

But COO admits business spending may remain 'conservative'

Oscars can Sacha Baron Cohen Avatar skit

James Cameron protected from Na’vi lovechild claim

Brits blame Apple, Nokia, RIM et al for smartphone woes

Yet most problems appear network related

PR outfit trumpets NHS deaths 'crisis management'

Killer bacteria outbreak? We can control the media!

NetApp models uplifting BRaaS

Getting together with Asigra

Intel tightens up Westmere security

Promises wide open spaces in data centres

eBay scammer gets four years

Porridge for under-par golf kit

Intel preps new Xeons for March 16 launch

AMD does a 48-core giveaway

Intel pitches Atom storage platform

It ain't Xeon X86 but it's cheaper

Microsoft embraces another Linux company

Patently clear patent deal

NFC breathes new life into tombstones

A dead technology for dead customers

T-Mobile to slash international call rates

PAYGers get up to 75 per cent off

Hull Daily Mail exposes depraved local porncoder

Supplied 'html' and other services to hard-core smutmongers

Buffalo preps SuperSpeed USB 3.0 portable HDD

Fast laptop-friendly storage

US 'Anubis' stealth assassin robo-missile nearly ready

Manhunting suitcase kamikaze to put snipers out of work

Asus shows media player's USB 3.0 upgrade

O!Play gets SuperSpeed boost. O!My

Big Phone's first Google Android defaults to...Yahoo!

Yahoo! goes where Ballmer fears to tread

Netezza squeezes out Q4 growth

Self-styled Oracle beater

Ubuntu Lucid Lynx changes its spots

Runs brown out of town

'Severe' OpenSSL vuln busts public key crypto

Private keys pilfered through power supply

More doubt tossed onto iPad numbers

Apple manufacturer denies claims

Ballmer in the clouds: 'Microsoft redefines, Amazon repackages'

Nothing does Windows Azure like Windows Azure

Real Networks rolls over to Hollywood

Will kill RealDVD, pay $4.5m

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