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Sony confirms 160GB, 320GB PS3s coming to Blighty

Will oust current models

IBM whips out its TPC-C...cluster

OLTP pedal to the metal

Asus rolls out 'executive' netbooks

Snazzy job for the Japanese market

Retailer serves up Monty Python 'waffer thin' mints

Just one more...

Apple iMac 21.5in 2010

ReviewPro performance

Sony to bring ITV to PS3

More movies to stream too

Street View hauled into Spanish court

Google to face judge over Wi-Fi slurping

Iran clamps down on mullets

Chris Waddle cancels Tehran weekend break

ISS ammonia pump 'working well'

At those prices, we should hope so

Michael Dell snubbed by quarter of his shareholders

They ain't happy

Nokia: Ovi developer price plunge permanent

Don't all rush at once

Adobe to patch Black Hat bugs on Thursday

Once more unto the breach

Intel supercharges storage Atoms

More GHz and faster memory

Malware protection for the rest of us

Sysadmin blogHome and small businesses out in the cold on DNS blacklisting

Booze makes you clever, having none makes you stupid

UK alcohol duty turning us into nation of morons

Clickjacking threat punts Facebook survey scam

Share and Destroy

Acrobatic pilot survives loss of wing

VidBallistic parachute system does the business

IBMer blames mistress for making him mis-talk

Hedge fund hottie played him like a fish

Police slam internet justice - then use it themselves

OpinionWhat is contempt anyway?

Wikileaks clambers aboard Pirate Party network

Must remember to download Power, Corruption & Lies

Samsung sprinkles Anobit with gold

Israeli startup provides flash DSP technology

Croydon Advertiser blows lid on 'sinister' brothel

Fails to probe own small ads, however

BCS creates Truth Commission to heal wounds

Moves to win back 'sizeable minority' of members

People have no bloody idea about saving energy

Those keenest to be green are most ignorant - survey

Shopping mall mulls Supreme Court bid to back no-speaking ban

Talking to strangers? You're under arrest

Spotify-style streaming beats piracy, boosts sales - survey

Users more likely to buy

Monday Night Combat

ReviewGuns, runs and multiplayer fun

Minister hints that libel reform will create privacy law

Calls for open debate

Giant vulture menaces Scottish skies

'A genuine threat to airplanes'

Dawn raids catch 9 for massive iPhone 'fraud'

£1.3m worth of SIM skulduggery

Project Canvas prompts new Ofcom complaint

Competitors 'scared off'

Google plots pre-Christmas Chrome OS iPad killer

Big carrier subsidies to slash up-front price, says mole

HMRC staff fired for racism over benefits

Changed records to withhold payments

FringOut phones home

Similar to SkypeOut but like totally different

Jackal novelist blames NSA for wife's laptop hack

Barking tale of West African cyber-snoop told to Beeb

Boffins baffled by 'magnetar': Ought to be black hole, but isn't

Cluster conundrum amid the night of a thousand moons

Ads watchdog: PS3 graphics 'discernibly' better than Xbox

When it comes to graphics, at least

Amazon challenges cloudy startups

Free compute and storage slices

Facebook login page still leaks sensitive info

Security malpractice 101

Shuttleworth spears Natty Narwhal for Ubuntu 11.04

Cold, stylish, and...endangered

Mozilla man: Firefox 4 will leapfrog JavaScript rivals

Eyebrow raised at Google dev cycle overdrive

Apple yanks music streamer from App Store

Grooveshark jumps the shark

Woman sues to force exposure of YouTube bullies

Give me names, Google

New code-execution bug found in Windows and 40 apps

When 'safe' files aren't

AIX 7.1 moves forward to Power7 iron

And backward to older Blue boxes

Google spanked for bidding on its own ad auctions

'Impermissible conflict of interest'

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