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Search begins on seized Gizmodo journo kit

Steve Jobs in Der Ring des Gizmodophonelungen

Microsoft's Ballmer and Ozzie tag-team on mediocrity

CommentFailure to communicate

Bookeen Cybook Opus e-book reader 2010 edition

ReviewNever judge a book by its colour

Vince Cable: Feel my mighty SME love

Pledges red-tape slashfest, bank-loan bonanza

MS lines up 10 bulletins for bumper Patch Tuesday

Including three critical fixes for IE and Windows

Is your office World Cup sweepstake legal?

Spot the balls-up

Everything should be encrypted, right?

Workshop PollSecurity's magic bullet

Post Office finds new tech boss

If the boss gets £3.5m what does the IT director get?

TD-LTE sounds death knell for WiMAX

OpinionIt tolls for thee. Or does it?

Cray packs DataDirect into supercomputers

Hooks up meanest array

Google blames Wi-Fi snooping on rogue engineer

Patented accidental Street View slurp defended

Government opens public spending database

COINing it in over previous Whitehall incumbents

Idle gear: It's too darn hot

Sysadmin BlogPower management - use it or lose it

Facebook plugs email address indexing bug

It's just not your month, is it, dear?

Advertisers set iPad pester-standards

Eye-assault levels fixed

Tesla Motors: Elon Musk's divorce won't sink us

But our cars' declining battery life might

Rdio snubs 'second rate' Indies

ExclusiveKazaa founders now in bed with majors

Google buys Invite Media, invites protest from rivals

'Conflict of interest' claims thrown at ad broker

Romanian boffin touts 1PB holographic disk tech

Ceramic-glass objects for the millennia

MI5 recruiters enter the Strategy Boutique in CIO search

Whale song, joss-sticks, exploding pens

Twitter airport bomb spoof joker launches appeal

What will he pretend to threaten to do if he loses?

Pentax Optio W90 rugged camera

ReviewWhatever the weather

Sky snaps up Virgin TV channels

You TV, me Telco

Alpha Protocol

Sega soaked espionage

The world's ugliest dog is dead

Miss Ellie bites the big one

NetApp grows fastest in rebounding storage market

Nearly three times quicker than the rest

BT reaches deadlock with union

Strike ballot to go ahead

Summary Care Records project lives

Minister confirms database is healthy

HP plays musical chairs at PC group

Euro pack gets shuffling

Panda soups up freebie cloud anti-virus

Oi. Behave

Gadget tax needed 'to save US newspapers'

The FTC does the sums. And they don't add up...

UK Waves hello to Samsung's Bada

Bada or Gooda?

SGI ends Itanium era with UV supers

ProPack for Linux glows UltraViolet

Dolphin talks to humans – but does he love Toughbook or iPad?

‘Don’t eat me’

Google's $124.6m open codec hits Chrome dev build

WebM browser

iPads in spa-a-a-a-ce!

Rockin' the Vomit Comet for science

Microsoft pulls plug on search bribery machine

So long and thanks for all the farce

Apple's HTML5 'standards' hype debunked

'It's open. But it only works with Safari'

Michael Dell mulls taking PC colossus private

Shareholders begone

Fujitsu, Oracle ironing out Sparc server deal

A 'mutually complementary' relationship

Appeals court absolves firm that exposed man's SSN

No harm, no foul

US census inflates latest employment numbers

Computer makers add, service providers cut jobs

Google open codec wins OSI love after patent shield rethink

Open is as open does

Hack on e-commerce co. exposes records for 200,000

'Highly unusual search command'

SpaceX Falcon 9 achieves orbit on maiden flight

Elon Musk rocket overhead

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