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Nokia C3

ReviewBudget Qwertyphone that looks the business

Alien spymobile menaces Street View

Navteq geographic analysts prowl Blighty

iPhone 4 satisfaction high, but lower than iPhone 3GS

Beleaguered AT&T not a fanboi favorite

Ofcom enlists 4-year-olds to boost dodgy DAB stats

Unborn, recently deceased to follow?

HK 'Dog Man' jailed for voodoo ritual sex

Fails to work his magic on judge

Monitoring for security effectiveness

WorkshopROI beyond the bounds of security

Report questions millions spent on NHS.crap

4,121 websites cost £86m

Naomi Campbell admits handling 'blood diamonds'

Tells Charles Taylor's war crimes trial of 'dirty stones'

Swedes decline to FCKU2MF

Vanity numberplate applicant told to eff off

Facebook gets mobile privacy

And a new Android client too

Treasury considers Coins replacement

Project Oscar begins to take shape

NetApp slims for Storage Foundation

Goes on thin reclamation diet

Virus writer charged with destroying property

Squid virus targets pirates

IBM ditches DS6000

Last cigarette for storage array

Australia imposes parental lock for digital TVs

No controversy here

UK ICT classes killing kids' interest in tech

Like PE lessons but with computers

Lonely Planet augments muggers' earnings

Wander around holiday hotspots with your phone at eye level

Murdoch predicts iPads all round

Still taking the tablets

Google boss turns Wave demise into success of sorts

'We're watching you - get used to it'

Caretaker faces jail for putting abuse images on boss's laptop

'Wickedly evil and vile plot'

Human hive-mind game whups computer boffinry ass

Science glory for 57,000 protein-origami Tetris players

Leicester Council's iPad can chair meetings

UpdatedTells dwindling staff it's not a 'luxury, must-have toy'

Aussie opposition will scrap firewall

'The internet filter will not work'

Verizon, Google agree to bury net neutrality - reports

Can we have our campaign back?

Brian Blessed lends his tongue to TomTom

Drive, my Hawkmen, Drive...

Ofcom sets out recompense for luvvies

Find out what those old mics are worth

Want to use WD diagnostics? Buy Windows

Linux lovers left out in the cold

Conficker's 6m strong botnet confounds security probes

AnalysisCross-industry group baffled by super crypto shield of infamous botnet

Feds admit storing pervscanner pics

Court captures 35,000 naked ghosts

Carphone's music service to seek and destroy freetards?

We know where you've been

Philips pumps out 7605 LCD TV series into the UK

LED to the side

Navy SEALs to deploy armoured dogs in A'stan

Elite, bulletproof commando canines go to war

eBay car vendor flashes wedding tackle

Claims accidental upload for bathroom shocker

Orange jumps on BlackBerry Torch bandwagon

RIM holds a torch for 02?

Clearwire puzzles over LTE migration

Take two wireless standards to the airwaves?

Microsoft dry-cleans browser trousers ready for IE 9 beta

Slings out final, Acid3-happy preview to testers

Amazon opens UK Kindle store doors to teeming hordes

Let the price war begin

Indonesia joins BlackBerry wiretapping pile-on

Stops short of ban threat

Comedy Central HD hits the UK

A better quality of laughter?

Cracking software retrieves iPhone 4 passwords

No jailbreaking necessary

Teradata records historic second quarter

Pent-up demand builds

Adobe plans emergency patch for critical Reader bug

That was fast

Why the mobile App Store bubble will burst

And why Ovi will fail

IE9's Acid, speed and HTML5 trip to land lost surfers

ReviewMicrosoft back in the browser wars

Ballmer's 'lost generation' note finds resonance

Bad, getting worse — for Windows

Microsoft to set record with next Patch Tuesday

14 patches, eight critical

Oracle chops Sun HPC jobs

Will talk systems next week

Google, Verizon deny secret FCC end run

Network neutrality battle cranks up to 11

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