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Apple details privacy policies for US Congressmen

Not sharing location info with carriers

Reg reader tweaks Jobs with Judasphone.com

Ms Annbel Tenna makes light of death grip

NASA drops Ubuntu's Koala food for (real) open source

Open core is not open source: a cautionary tale

Advent MT22 21.5in touchscreen all-in-one desktop

ReviewBudget point and prod PC

Bubble-baron Bigelow bags Boeing boosters

Farnborough'Bob, bless him, is the nearest thing to commercial space'

Intel escapes monopoly fine as competition probe ends

More volume pricing restrictions

Extraterrestrials strafe Bosnian with meteorites

'I have no doubt I am being targeted by aliens'

Sky announcement on Easynet sell-off expected by Thursday

We'll talk about this speculation later

Sharp readies colour e-book reader

Seeking international publishing partners, 'pparently

Dell swallows deduping and compressing Ocarina

Startup to bought out in 3 years

EU pledges huge spend for small biz R&D

Biggest ever investment

Yellow alert over Windows shortcut flaw

'Wide-scale exploitation is only a matter of time'

Panasonic plugs movie rental service into net tellies

Acetrax added to VieraCast roster

Symbian fans to get Foundation voice

But are there enough to form a choir?

FileMaker Pro squeezes onto an iPhone

Works better on iPad, though

Russians quizzed over parasailing donkey

Asinine aerial stunt ends in police probe

Sharp cuts palmtop from Android cloth

Netbook-cum-smartphone out next week

Small biz stays nervous on recovery

Cost-cutting is focus, not chasing sales

Directgov gets Cabinet Office overlords

DWP stripped of public services website duty

Dell sandboxes Firefox to boost corporate security

Free application virtualisation tech

Who cares about encryption?

Workshop Poll ResultsMobility holds the, ahem, key

Council urges army drinkers to break the law

'Pragmatic' approach to spare council blushes

Asus switches Eee Pad to Android

Windows CE out, hurrah

Creative World of Warcraft headphones

ReviewWireless gear for weekend warriors

Mobile phones cause tinnitus, says study

The phone's ringing. Oh, no it's not. Must be me then.

C&W issues profit warning on public sector cuts

Shares slump at unscheduled update

RIP: The copyright quango that wanted to terminate your rights

What was the point of SABIP?

HTC Wildfire Android smartphone

ReviewThe best value Googlephone around?

Knives out for Nokia boss

Suomi wrestling

Google switches on Buzz firehose

More a streak of p*ss than a stream

UK's Watchkeeper drone 'can see footprints through cloud'

FarnboroughAlso 'keep off the grass' signs, apparently

Adobe to fortify widely exploited Reader with security sandbox

Like airbags for apps

Grey beards seize power at Big Blue

Software and systems get merged

Russia confirms shiny new cosmodrome

$800m facility to give 'full independence of space activities'

Lenovo eyes iPad-alternative opportunity

LePad to run Android 3.0?

MP3tunes and Roku stream music to your TV

To boob tube via Wi-Fi

Google discovers Chrome can (really) block ads

AdBlock add-on of Firefox proportions

IBM preps Power7 iron for August launch

Four bitty boxes and one enormous revenue engine

Google image search gets facelift

Nips, tucks, and ads

Apple revenue tops bullish expectations by $1bn

iPod sales slipping. But who gives a %$#@?

IE and Safari lets attackers steal user names and addresses

Ripe for the picking, researcher says

Apple iPad – the 'Tickle Me Elmo' of 2010

Can't make 'em fast enough

Fake Toy Story 3 scams creates malign buzz

Woody's Roundup rogues

Yahoo! blames so-so revenues on 'sluggish' search

Bing tests ahoy!

Google Chrome bug bounty ups Mozilla's ante

$3,133.7 for most 'elite' reports

VMware juggernaut rolls on and on

Q2 sales up 48%

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