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Apple uncloaks deep details of its 11 iPad apps

UpdatedHoly tablet is not giant iPhone

Sony Ericsson Vivaz

ReviewSymbian snapper with HD video

Royal Navy starts work on new, pointless frigates

CommentFirst two: HMSs Wag The Dog and Self-Licking Icecream

Million pound Usenet indexer found guilty

Judge not impressed with 'we're only a search engine' claim

Vodafone kicks off Legend pre-order process

Out on Friday

Outsource back office, Gershon tells Tories

Pass that buck

Patch Management: Should it even exist?

WorkshopNecessary drudge or Elastoplast?

Orange to dangle games as carrot to lure Apple fans

Want games for your iPhone? We got 'em

Goodmans-Grundig intros identical Freeview HD set-tops

As does Grundig-Goodmans...

British Gas signs Voda so meters can snitch direct

Smart meters call home

Bank security guru: Sue your bank for refund

Play hardball fast, advises Anderson

Probe spots Pac-Man on Saturnian Death Star

That really is no moon, suggests Cassini

Freeview HD launches, gets Channel 4

Jon Sneur to read the news in hi def

Virgin's Music Unlimited gets limited

The sound of silence

Best Buy buys in modest iPad supply

Cue the queues

US lawmakers urge trade commission to scrutinise Google Buzz

As much privacy as a goldfish in a bowl

Trustpilot prunes florid iFlorist tributes

Weeds out suspect reviews

LHC particle-punisher in record 7 TeV hypercollisions

Earth apparently still here: Tinfoilers omelette-visaged

Biting the bullet on ERP implementation realities?

Mini PollWhat really makes the difference?

Legal high fire sale starts now

Before it's banned

Nominet chairman quits

Nominomore

Weak passwords stored in browsers make hackers happy

Insecurity complex still rife shock

Turk unwraps doner kebab robot

Automated death wrapped in pitta bread

Google gets happy-clappy with file transfer in talk widgets

Chat fat clients

Brits blasé about 3D TV 'fad'

Survey suggest very few early adopters

BT fibre upgrades hit full speed

303 more exchanges

TomTom upgrades beginners' satnav

Lane guidance at last

Woman finds Romanian living in shed

Mail readers fire up the Tw*t-O-Tron

Your internet policy sucks, US tells Aussies

America tuts as Oz tightens screws

Cops' quango to come under freedom of information laws

Quick, fire up the shredders!

Greenpeace labels Dell 'a bloody marketing machine'

Protests against computer maker in India, Netherlands

NASA coughs $57m for another year's HPC support at Ames

World number 6 cluster juiced

Chip makers slammed in 2009

Samsung, Hynix squeak out some growth

Google backtracks on cause of China search block

Updated AgainAccess returns after mystery snuff

Microsoft teams with Google in name of privacy

Strange bedfellows back US law overhaul

Google mocks Steve Jobs with Chrome-Flash merger

Mountain View comes out of the plug-in closet

Intel (finally) uncages Nehalem-EX beast

Like Itanium. But you might actually use it

Novell (not SCO) owns UNIX, says jury

Yes, SCO vows to fight on

MS delivers emergency IE fix

Roll up

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