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Nvidia takes charges punch as Q2 sales drop

Thanks for the expensive memory

Oracle sues Google over Java in Android

Legal clash of the titans

LG 50PK990 Infinia 50in plasma TV

ReviewLooks a picture, even when it's off

London tenders for speed cameras

'They reduce accidents and save money'

DoJ demands HP docs in bribery probe

Inkgate? Can we call it Inkgate?

Raw iron or dynamic data centre

Reader StudyWhere have you got to?

Mozilla Thunderturkey and its malcontents

Andrew's MailbagAnd better email alternatives

RIM tries to placate everyone

UpdatedImpossible task sure to irritate all parties

Security flaw creates Android, Palm Pre snoop risk

It's like James Bond! But not

Micron intros SSD speed king

6Gbit/s SATA interface

Perseid meteors 'thrill star-gazers'

Well, not quite

Waledac zombie attacks rise from the grave

UpdatedAs hard to kill as a horror movie baddie

Skype and Google next against the wall in India

Today BlackBerry, tomorrow the world

Shareholders sue HP over Hurd's sex scandal probe

'Give us back our money'

BOFH: Lies and the lying liars who lie about them

Episode 9Some truly beastly behaviour

BBC new media boss defends iPlayer Flash, slaps Microsoft

Taxi for Mr Huggers

Ten unlikely iPhone insurance claims

What's the damage?

Third ISS spacewalk set for Monday

NASA hopes to wrap ammonia pump replacement

Rise in Latvian botnets prompts Spamhaus row

Small nation battles rudeness

Android gets talk-tastic Froyo upgrade

Speak slow-ly and clear-ly to your hand-set

Opera and QuickTime updates slay buffer bugs

Client side fixes are go

Cashpoint mugger flashes distractionary chesticles

Cunning jub-based attack

Tesco touts budget textaholic SIM-only deal

But is it really the cheapest?

Big Blue blows $480m on Unica buy

Sidling up to software

Council staff breach DWP database

26 employees dismissed

EC consults on low take-up of e-commerce

Wants more cross-border trade

Symantec revs BackupExec

Tweaks to the right of me, tweaks to the ...

Blackhole your malware

Sysadmin blogBlock the bad domains

Open source's ardent admirers take but don't give

Open...and ShutFree riders' self-defeating logic

Dell'Oro gives QLogic CNA market lead

HBA and CNA peeing contest

Nvidia licenses Rambus memory tech

Lawsuits still alive

Alleged pirate fingered for filming film at Harrow flicks

Faces fraud, illegal distribution charges

Hackers spoof car warning system

Blowout

Symbian Expo opens for submissions

Speak now or forever... bugger off to Apple?

London Tube app adds Augmented Reality

Directed by a live consumer compass

16-year-old makes £1m selling ads

Little swine Join us in congratulating him

Premiership footie ticket scam targets Barclays users

As blank profiles on ManU site provoke fanciful conspiracy theories

Hawking's big-bang team harness SGI super power

A precise science demands big hardware

Ellison wrestles Google to strangle 'unofficial' Java

CommentJava. Software. Complete. Ownership

Dell accused of hiding incriminating evidence in defect case

Dog-ate-our-email defense alleged

Microsoft patent victor targets Apple, Cisco...

VPN infringement blitz

OpenSolaris axed by Ellison

Long live SoLarry's Solaris

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