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Google cracks open Android's closed development

OSCONFuture control to curb OEM enthusiasm

iPhone thief nabbed by GPS, cops say

Take note, crooks

Airline ejects passenger for being hungry

United makes meal of flight security

Linux police offer deviant Android return from exile

OSCONGoogle, you have three options...

Buffalo USB 3.0 PCI Express card

ReviewSuperSpeed drives and cards compared

Imitate Real Ale quaffers, save the economy, says biz prof

'And I don't even like beer'. Weirdo

Fusion-io's flash memory OS plug-in

Operating system subsystem

Hitachi GST solid state drive spotted at convention

An eye on ZeusIOPS SSDs?

Nvidia kicks out CUDA 3.1 for GPUs

Parallel Nsight plug-in for Visual Studio, too

Plextor releases budget 3D BD drive

External add-on

Skype shelves call charges

Operators will collect the money instead

Zuckerberg: I'm 'quite sure' I own Facebook

Dancing on the head of a pin over lawsuit

Mariposa botnet suspects quizzed in Slovenia

Butterfly investigation spreads its wings

Hitachi hides Magic Wand vibrator under a bushel

CommentFloats like a butterfly, sounds like a lawnmower

Huawei accused of corporate theft

Motorola's secrets shipped to China - again?

Mozilla prepares second Firefox 4 beta launch

Cute little heartbreaker

What's the difference between an iPod and an iPood?

One letter, says Apple

Movie, tech giants prep universal online media store

Buy from who you like, play where you like (except Apple)

XIV gets SONAS booster shot

NAS gateway for block storage

UK Skylon spaceplane set for engine test in '3-4 years'

FarnboroughAlso - fly to the space station with Brian Blessed!

UK.gov sacks lead e-Borders contractor

'On schedule' programme actually 12 months late

Lancs reseller wins Goodwood deal

Horses, cars and computers

HP MediaSmart Server EX490

ReviewHome backup goes large

O2 dithers over Apple iPhone 4 refund pledge

Existing Ts&Cs apply for now, says carrier

Rescuing Nokia? A former exec has a radical plan

InterviewThe Risku Manifesto - now in English

Acer 'HTC killer' gets UK release

Stream on sale

4chan flings faeces at Gawker

News blog stumbles after hacker twattery

Nokia smartphones dumb down profits

Cheaper phones mean lower profits

Microsoft lines staff pockets with Windows 7 phone

iPhone? iForget about it!

The Hack in the Box ATM talk that never was...

No vendor threats, 'cos no talk, says researcher

Linx outage caused by upgrade

20 minute lie-down

Samsung woos developers with Bada book

But, but, it's free... come back!

MPs call for crackdown on pre-paid credit cards

Child abusers getting away with it

Malaysia bans 'satanic' Man Utd kit

Your mother sucks Barca and Brazil shirts in hell, also

Bill Gates' other company dinged for fraud

Battling the image beast

Boffins develop greenhouse invisible to night-vision goggles

'Glass cloak' would show up on thermal imagers, though

ContactPoint to be erased from history

Children's Minister torches child database, suggests we never speak of it again

Apple ad-addled OS scheme resurfaces

(Marginally) less draconian

Microsoft to banish 'responsible' from disclosure debate

Google, too

Xiotech won't get OEM ISE deals

Seagate single-sourcing show-stopper

Removing SCADA worm could disrupt power plants

Security catch 22

Dell pays $100m to settle accounting fraud charges

Michael Dell pays $4m

Amazon's profit disappoints, thanks to Apple's iPad success

Current quarter not so sanguine, either

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