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Site auto-trawls embarrassing Facebook posts

'Delete Facebook account' surges into Google top 10

Emulex and QLogic both claim to be best

Fight fight fight

Big Blue's big iron: The Biggening. Screening 2010

'This enormous mainframe will devour us all'

Met Police new HR technology broken, bloated, absent

Fell down the stairs, presumably

Grow-lamps roast Yorkshire dope farmer in his sleep

Cops swoon on entering deadly hothouse

Simpana getting object storage, added de-dupening

Onward, up the storage stack

Five in slammer over iTunes/eBay card-laundry caper

Rochdale quintet nabbed in laptop grab bust

Cops back in on BT/Phorm case

Plods backtrack on tracking of track-pact

Samsung offers $2.7m of grease for wrestling Bada devs

Paltry £2k tucked in Android champ's thong

Flash! Enterprise SSD looming at HP

Dance of the spinning platters to cease. Partly

Atlantis 'nauts suit & boot up for bolt release spacewalk

'Righty tighty, lefty loosey', remember

Gov beats BOFHs to snatch worst-for-service crown

Civil servants: Even less use than tech guys

Ten Essential... Android Games

Product Round-upGet gaming on your Google phone

Vulture 1, Eyjafjallajökull nil (half time)

From the Ash CloudBA, beaks, unions invade pitch in second half

Microsoft TechNet blogs go into stasis for revamp

Redmond: One-week freeze to add web-2.0 cool factor

Vodafone shocks data users with roaming price rise

25MB of data could cost 400 per cent more

Software liability ruling: 'Supplier beware', says IT brief

AnalysisTs & Cs offer chocolate-fireguard grade protection

UK border security ring-o-steel flagged 48,000 travellers

Intrusive backroom probes for EVERYONE!

Logitech Squeezebox Touch Wi-Fi music streamer

ReviewSound offering with pictureframe pretensions

Seagate brewing bizarre Flash/Platter chimera

Interweb mutterings of unholy experiments

Budding Bonds offered disguised spycam

The lighter touch...

Mobile Office 2010: Free, and worth every penny

Download relief for the WinMo 6.5 ghetto denizen

Lost Planet 2

ReviewSo-so shooter

Costa Rican elbows out South African as UN climate boss

SA not small and powerless enough, insist delegates

Siphon Wars: Pressurist weighs into Gravitite boffin

'The professor sucks' insists angry reader

US military chokes on stream from robots' fat pipes

'Swimming in sensors and drowning in data'

Steelie Neelie batters at China's Great Firewall

Censorship screen also illicit trade barrier, claims EC

Samsung tellies get Lovefilm on-demand movies

Joins Sony

The Remote Access arsenal

BOFH "killer feature"

Where to use Remote Access

Remotely accessing the GUI

Daleks poised to invade tour UK

Doctor Who Live promises hot arena action

European PC racket's rocket rebound

Soon we'll all be knee deep in computers

HTC unwraps Wildfire Android 2.1 smartphone

Not on fire and certainly not wild

Shock! Facebook cycle-slut smutvid is adware front

You'll get your screen all splattered ... with popups

Symantec fires off false alarm on WoW update

UpdatedHere be dra... oh, ignore me

Microsoft, martyrs, and the sizzle of Natal

Radio RegCurb your enthusiasm for Windows Phone 7

Getting your head around mainstream mind mapping

RegCastNiche technology now ready for prime time?

Security guard admits he hacked hospital PCs

Ghost Exodus undone by YouTube vids

Atlantis 'nauts wrap boltastic first spacewalk

Antenna installed, battery bolts loosened

CA rechristens self CA Technologies

The cloud maker formerly known as Computer Associates

Most browsers leave fingerprint that can ID users

Your signature tested here

Hadoop takes Big Data beyond Java

Stuffed elephant mates with Python

Juniper rolls out multi-product attack on Cisco

'We're the future. They're the past'

Vision Solutions does a Double-Take

IBM Power player snaps up x64 outfit

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