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Mozilla submits browserless Firefox to Jobsian app police

Give our Home a home, please

Korg NanoKey MIDI controller

ReviewCompact keyboard of the musical variety

Beeb sacks teaboy, hires Press Association

UpdatedTelevision Centre photo debacle continues

EMC cans Atmos Online service

No longer for production use

Colorado vampire drives woman into canal

SUV takes a dip in Nosferatu chiller

Amazon buys wacky retailer

Woot the fook?

Naomi Campbell to appear in war crimes trial

As a witness, we hasten to add

eBay sticks sell-as-you-go on mobile app

Insta-tat-flog at your fingertips

ECJ sorts FOI v data protection brewery beef

Have a beer and forget we ever asked you

Sony releases 3D shooting update for NEX

Pictures for your 3D TV - if you have one

Sony turns a profit on PS3, so why cut prices?

Bleeding into the black

Animated CAPTCHA tech aims to fox spambots

Wiggly words will weduce web wexation

Pixel Qi releases sunlight-readable netbook screen

Upgrade kit for netbooks now available

Nokia snaffles user data on the down-low

Both N900 owners in uproar

One third of Brits are gamers

Blame Farmville

Google plays waiting game on China ICP licence renewal

Application submitted, fate unknown

Former CIO returns to Cabinet Office

Watmore gets efficient

Health minister outlines tech spending

Which consultants screw the most out of the NHS?

New surveillance-CSI method: Beverage hair-isotope trail

Gloves? Check. False numberplates? Check. Perrier...?

Apple iPad 3G 32GB

ReviewWandering star

US authorities shutdown websites accused of movie piracy

'Sheriff, this is no time to panic'

Euro mobile data best buys

Product Round-upAs new rules come in, we compare the carriers

Regional banking Trojans sneak past security defences

Under the radar

Meryl Streep to tackle Margaret Thatcher

Coming soon: Falklands: The Musical!

Sagem boots up Puma phone

Famous sports brand's first handset inbound

Amazon hails 'beautiful' new Kindle DX screen

Compare and contrast

Seoul police crack down on Holy Water filter prof

For you sir? Sparkling or Holy?

Government lunatic magnet goes live

Commentards of Clegg's Britain have their say. Democracy is reborn. Yay

Airline passenger videos Atlanta maggot horror

Plane evacuated amid 'beyond disgusting' scenes

Two infosec blunders that betrayed the Russian spy ring

Password: KGBmoscow2010

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11

On course for more swinging

Yahoo! releases! Android! apps!

Renovates iOS clients

IBM declares undying love for Mozilla's Firefox

But what browser did it tell its 400,000 staff to drop?

Poll finds falling support for coyrightinfringers

Leechers unloved

ISP condemns new BT backbone

'Simply cannot cope'

Online crims not just 'speccy geeks', researchers warn

They're normal and they're after your mother's maiden name

Everything Everywhere now something somewhere

Orange and T-Mobile begin legal coagulation

Big Blue buys BigFix

Patching and security is big biz

Nokia makes merry with iPhone death-grip

Or as merry as Finns can be, anyway

Apple, AT&T slapped with iPhone 4 lawsuit

Updated'Willfully, falsely, and knowingly' shipped defective phone

Google chief: Nexus One was 'so successful, we killed it'

What a load of Schmidt

50 arrested in smartphone spyware dragnet

Cop, judge, and parliamentarian among the suspects

Likewise Open polished with 6.0 release

Making non-Windows boxes friendlier with Active Directory

Adobe auto-launch peril not fully purged, researcher says

'Pwn me'

Amazon Kindle DX drops price, improves display

Still twice the price of its little brother

Adobe kills separate mobile Flex under Jobsian Flash attack

UpdatedOne Flex, indivisible

Google to buy flight data company for $700m

Part of search giant's world domination improvement plan

Low-priced home digital media connections promised

HDBaseT to your PC, Blu-ray and more

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