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Google site fools interwebs into China blockage scare

It's fully blocked!

Pioneer BDP-330 Blu-ray player

ReviewPure and simple

Data.gov.uk chief admits transparency concerns

Raw info may be too confusing

Hitachi details unified management

Running the stack from one screen

Gaming sites bet on merger

In time for US welcome?

Street View spooked by 10 Rillington Place?

Orwellian black Opel scoots past infamous murder site

Beware the blizzard of torrents of Starcraft 2

Expense accounts

French operator pooh-poohs iOS4

UpdatedDismissed with a 'non' and a Gallic shrug

Nvidia and HPC's second act

Sitting pretty - but for how long?

Chaos surrounds New Zealand iPhone 4 day

Launch? What launch!

Happy Sysadmin Day!

Today's the day to pat yourselves on the back

Fake Firefox update used to sling scareware

Watch where you click

UK.gov drops £6m on Google

Fat dollar spent on health advice sites

Nexus One phone rockets to 28,000ft

Android in spaaace

Nude trampolinist bounces free from court

Hey, Mr Trampoline Man... what's that in your hand?

Alleged expenses fiddlers to face justice

Parliamentary privilege claim kicked out

YouTube ups video time limit

Generosity knows no bounds

NatWest dumps O2 Money

So who gets the DVD collection?

Polaroid 300 instant print camera

ReviewFun retro-snapper revived

T-Mobile UK pumps out the iPhone 4

Shaves tariffs

UK.gov sticks to IE 6 cos it's more 'cost effective', innit

Stunned web developers die a little inside

TalkTalk talks up SIM only mobile deals

Signs Voda UK for heavy lifting

Cyber Security Challenge winner announced

Quickest crypto off the mark

Xiotech forging secret Katana project

HDD & SSD hybrid craftsmanship?

Czechs toast Bud-beating beer win

Na zdraví!

Microsoft goes on the road with Kinect

Try before you buy

Delegate hacks into Black Hat streaming video

What happens in Vegas...

Mozy insists: It's not a bug...

...it's a... yes, one of those!

Microsoft should starve on radical penguin diet

Open...and ShutCapitalism and open source

UK supermarket starts contactless payments

No touching

US law to neuter libel tourism

Render foreign beatdowns unenforceable

BlueArc gets extra greenbacks

$20 million

Unisys floats mainframe cloud

A ClearPath to the development skies

Futurologist defends 'malevolent dust' warning

Dust up over supposed evil particles

Microsoft Street Slide: Street View done properly

Take a peep

3D Dot Game Heroes

ReviewThe closest you’ll get to Zelda without dusting off your NES?

Microsoft cries foul on Yahoo!-Google Japan deal

Hunts down Japanese FTC

MS preps emergency patch for Windows shortcut peril

Attacks on rise

Boffins authenticate Apple 'Antennagate'

Judas Phone 'death grip' proven fatal

AMD, GlobalFoundries, and the Intel gap

Gate not closing

RIM answers Apple iPad with...The BlackPad*

* - offensive humor may vary

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