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1984's MacPaint source code hits web

Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

PC consultant pleads not guilty to malware 'sextortion' plot

Unknowing victims shot in some sort of undress

Consolidation to a super-silo

One storage facility from HDS

Disaggregating the storage controller

Xiotech makes storage blade a better citizen

Mac sales tripled since 2005

Jobsian wave sweeps Asia

Raumfeld multi-room wireless music system

First UK ReviewFrom Wi-Fi to Hi-Fi

Apple lays claim to expired patents

Cheap pops at Cupertino

IT delays cost HMRC £33m

Tax & pensions system plagued by issues

Cops taser Somerset chap's nether regions

Accidental discharge narrowly misses Beemer owner's 'nads

Europe outlines snoop laws

What you need to know, about what they need to know

Perv scanner code of practice still a balls-up

CommentPrivacy concerns hand-waved

Microsoft prices up cheapo Xbox 360, Kinect bundle

Wii-style pricing for new console

Dell warns on spyware infected server motherboards

UpdatedWindows snoopware buried in server firmware

'Howling lesbian gangs' greet jailed Lindsay Lohan

'Terrifying' first night for bespeckled thespiatrix

Cameron asks Obama for McKinnon compromise

Please sir

Oakland green lights 'industrial' marijuana cultivation

'Silicon Valley' of dope for medical use

eBay Earl beats rap for punting Parliament tours

Ermine-clad tour guide is awfully sorry

Wanted: Killer app for Bluetooth SIG (still)

$23,500 reward, citizens

Panasonic updates Lumix line with five models

Creative compact, yes indeedie

Zuckerberg admits working for man claiming Facebook ownership

Claims of frivolity looking more frivolous

Firefox update guards hen house

It's browser update time. Again

Grauniad faces offshoring strike

Father of the chapel's on Facebook and everything

Fujifilm claims most compact 18x optical zoom cam crown

Latest bridge unveiled

Microsoft hits stubborn volume licensing site with more updates

Interface with this

Fujifilm intros compacts with DSLR-style autofocus

AF hybridised

Raptor over Blighty: Watch the stealth fighter in infrared

FarnboroughTail-balancing 'thermos' jet outclasses Eurofighter

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro

ReviewKeyboard gives the edge?

Toshiba Australia boss waves tablet around


Harbinger brands wannabe US LTE network LightSquared

$7bn needed for new American network

IT council chiefs ditch Sadville after splurging £36k

Virtual town hall demolished

James Bond's autogyro revived by Brit spec-ops pilots

FarnboroughWhirly-wing 1930s protocopter 'ideal' for covert ops

Postcard App has stamps licked

Wish you were here with me and my phone!

Tablet buffs sift HP site for traces of lost Slate

Post mortem remains - or sign of revival?

HP scores billion dollar GM win

Big win for EDS, which used to be GM's IT department...


Help for the tone deaf

YouGov tests the waters on internet snooping

Mind if we spy on you?

IT bods: Cloud won't turn us into dinosaurs

Base jumping into data centres. Mind how you go, now...

Cross-dresser shags mutt at historic castle

Hot heritage dry moating action

Canonical, IBM plunk DB2 databases on Ubuntu

Still talking to Oracle

Google throws Apps bone to sysadmins

Not terribly meaty, but hey look, you can suck out the marrow

Sky confirms Easynet sell-off

Management taps private equity cash

Developer slips tethering into iTunes

Oi! Put that light out

Net task manager waves cash at devs

$2,500 prize to christen API

Drupal looks beyond open source zealots

Trade-offs, cocoons, and broken APIs

Apple 'stunned' by iProduct demand

'We do not create shortage for buzz'

Microsoft issues stopgap fix for critical Windows flaw

'Fix It' for ailing shortcut vuln

Google shutters Nexus One webstore

Schmidt happens

Facebook tops half-billion users, wants your innermost thoughts

400,000 years of lost productivity

38 states grill Google on three-year Wi-Fi slurp

More questions than answers, official says

Nokia latest to feel wrath of Jobs

Inducted into Dropped Bar Hall of Shame™

Atrato's adventuresome challenges

Sales VP resigns as channel changes

VMware removes bare-metal virt from View

PC market not ready for naked hypervisor

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