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DWP upped IT development spend by a third

Everyone needs £303m

Intel pushes workhorse Xeons to six cores

Go Westmere, young man

Opera unleashes final Opera Mini 5 and Opera Mobile 10

Yes, Jesus Phone Mini still in limbo

Sony Bloggie

ReviewYouTuber cam with 360° imaging, anyone?

ID cards have three databases, says minister

Biometrics, passport data and in-betweenies

Sheffielders must retune their Freeview boxes tomorrow

BBC channels move to make way for HD

PC sales are back in the black

Second half improvement

Windows Phone 7 - what's in and what's out

Mix10MS says everything's in. Just not in this release

LibDems drop net blocking, blame activists

MandybillMinisterial superpowers back on the table

Small biz suffocated by employment red tape

Not waving but drowning

US Marine robot supply skyhook compo: Enter the A160T

Lid remains firmly on whup-ass can, however

LSI's SAS DAS SAN

SAN in a rack with no network

Twitter seeks to embed self in everything

Web2.0rhea 'anywhere'

Reality star Pratt shuns showbiz to be cybercrime superhero

A right tool for the job

Sony announces pre-announced netbook revamp

Vaio M debuts

LSI and Seagate take on Fusion-io with flash

Muscling in with PCIe flash product sampling

Google fails to grab Nexus name

It's nothing new

Google vows to delete Chrome's unique client ID

After it's installed on your PC

Street View plays spot the army numberplate

Royal Artillery thwart Google blurring tech

After Sony PSP phone, a 3G Nintendo DS?

Rumour mill

EMC's big DaaDy box

CommentYou gotta havva box to make this sucka fly

Pirate Bay blocking row silenced in Norway

Copyright holders lick wounds

US Army considered attack on Wikileaks

Mole hunt mulled

Twitterati swarm on malaria campaign

Status: itchy

Manchester's on fire for ID cards, claims ID minister

Support doubles to hit magic 10k mark... allegedly

China tells Google to obey law even if it's leaving

No exit papers received

Five loses Freeview HD bandwidth

Capacity handed to BBC instead

Anti-virus suites still can't block Google China attack

AnalysisProtection layer flunks independent tests

Jobcentre ejects Jedi Knight

Refuses to dehood, stormtroopers intervene

'The LHC will implode the Moon or PUT OUT THE SUN'

Tinfoil TuesdayProton-billiards miscue might pocket the black (hole)

SNCF website announces major train disaster

TGV 'explosion' leaves 102 dead, operator claims

Sky to pack pubs with 3D TVs

Broadcaster buys 15,000 LG tellies

Panorama unleashes Torrents of Web2.0rhea

Pick a character

O2 gets exclusive on Samsung Jet Ultra Edition touchphone

Gangster giveaway to promote iPlayer handset

Home Office, EHRC rap top cop knuckles

Over-enthusiastic plodding alienates public

Shuttle gets a handle on all-in-one touchscreen PCs

Takeaway nettop launched

Googlephone sales top, um, 135,000

Only 865,000 behind the Jesus Phone

PayPal says sorry to Cryptome

No you're not

Pliant's SSDs are awesome, says Pliant

You said. So?

Intel wants vintage x64 servers on rubbish heap

Time to buy Westmere, says Westmere maker

Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 embraces - yes - HTML5

Browser preview powers web standards with GPU

Computer forensics tool for banks aims to trace Trojans

CSI UK High Street

Waledac botnet 'decimated' by MS takedown

Up to 90,000 zombies freed

SGI punts baby Xeon blade box

Going back to its Origins

Navy, NASA 'committed' to restoring Silicon Valley Colossus

Hangar One to survive - if funding appears

Feds use phony MySpace profiles to nab bad guys

Insert ironic comment here

IBM taps Red Hat KVM virt for dev cloud

VMware can't win them all

Twitter plans Chinese presence

But don't hold your breath

Feds sue Russian for stock pump and dump hack

Hijacked accounts = easy money

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