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Apple app police anoint un-Flash code translation

You're not Adobe? You're in!

Microsoft drops Win7 deadline for XP and Vista holdouts

Downgrade now, upgrade whenever

Vodafone 845

ReviewSmall size, low cost

Egenera bags another Fujitsu OEM deal

More converge-happy resellers

Blighty's stealth robojet rolls out a year late

But it preserved Brits' jobs at BAE! Well, some of them

Facebook for hackers shut down in Pakistan

5 arrests as cybercrime forum cracked

Profits rise at Computacenter

Looking ticketyboo (except in Germany)

Zeus baddies unleash nasty new bank Trojan

New generation of infamous cybercrime toolkit targets UK, US and Germany

Government plans 'NHS information revolution'

Online tools for patients

NASA, Microsoft offer new 3D Mars maps

Red planet gigapixel HD probesat cam imagery distilled

Beardyman beats up with Dolby

Virtual surround sound for gadgets

EU boffins aim to reinvent the hard disk

1Tbit/in2 nanosphere platters

Analytics made easy

Bigger, better, faster, stronger?

Five HD turns on Virgin

Cable broadcaster adds channel to HD roster

I own Facebook, claims New York fuel salesman

Next: The Moon

Yorks cops charge Segway rider under 1835 road law

He didn't even have a man carrying a red flag

Android will sink Symbian

It's the UI, stupid, analyst warns

EU Commission plans 'umbrella' data protection deal with US

'Piecemeal approach' doesn't sit right with Reding

MS springs service pack preview of Windows 7

Thumbs nose at 'tech enthusiasts'

Ambulance radios don't like the rain

Airwave better in a heatwave

Apple MacBook mid-2010

ReviewWhite mischief?

PegasHosting gets its wings clipped

Plug partly pulled on 'scam-friendly' ISP

Apple iPhone forums gripped by deleted thread paranoia

Don't mention the war Consumer Reports

Fring-Skype iPhone slanging match: Telcos v freetards

AnalysisSkype grows up, gets haircut, goes to work for The Man

GFI wraps its hands around Sunbelt

Tech acquisition marks security biz consolidation

Oracle patch batch to fix 59 flaws

TimesTen, Secure Backup and Solaris

Microsoft 'gets serious' with Windows Phone 7 tools

'KIN 'ell, we're back!

Hugh Hefner makes private offer to Playboy shareholders

Ancient grumble mag publisher fights the internet

World Cup Stats Prof: I was right all along

Holland had 88% probability of not winning World Cup

Coalition spends £3.75m on ContactPoint

Good money after worse

SNIA's SSD performance test draft

Steady state testing

Phorm man tipped to head Project Cartel

Is this Web-wise?

Microsoft's Outlook gorges on Web2.0 junk food

Pulls on elasticated Facebook pants. Mmm, roomy

Boeing's 'Phantom Eye' Ford Fusion powered stratocraft

Twin car engines let robocraft make 4-day flights

VMware scales up vSphere virt, rejigs prices

Maneuvering around Microsoft for SMBs and money

Cockeyed 'Knob Face' confusion masks real malware threat

Obama viral vid hoax makes mischief

IBM employee sparks massive bank outage

Big Blue liveware triggers seven-hour FAIL

Fanbois end Judas Phone 'Death Grip' with, um, SIM tape

Or a shave

Spotify ports its music streamer to Linux

Penguin rock

BlackBerry tablet to trump iPad with Flash, videoconferencing

Year end arrival?

US domain registrar does IPv6, DNSSEC

What's in a Name.com?

Intel claims 'best quarter ever'

Wall-Street guesstimators beaten

Amazon rejigs EC2 to run parallel HPC apps

A veritable cluster

No Bing bang for Microsoft's Yahoo! marriage

Google's Android gets shot of MS

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