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Jailbreak hole found in Apple TV firmware

Jobsian control gets SHAttered

Fedora 14 beta takes MeeGo for a spin

ReviewFast without the Ubuntu fancy

Novell SUSE appliance toolkit hugs Amazon EC2

Testing its WorkloadIQ

iPhone devs' riches exceed expectations

Light a fire under App Store plods

HP soldiers on without a head

No one follows the Hurd

Nokia C6 smartphone

ReviewWorkshy workhorse?

Miliband retains Labour line on DNA and CCTV

But criticises party's civil liberty blunders

Iranian blogger gets 20 years

True price of freedom

Nintendo 3DS misses Xmas launch window

Santa, kids said to be 'shocked'

Everything Everywhere unveils contrary figures

Up, down, black, white

Star Wars set for 3D rehash

Phantom Menace returns in 2012

UK cybercops cuff 19 ZeuS banking Trojan suspects

UpdatedGang blamed for £6m losses in three months

Apple jumps the pond in Nokia fight

Adds blighty court to world tour

Vodafone unveils second own-brand Android phone

945 whups 845

New Euro multicopter aims bitchslap at American X2, V-22

Targeting low end of supertwirlycraft market

MS emergency fix plugs ASP.Net web development hole

Yellow alert over severe server peril

Dell to take on iPad with ton of tablets

Five screen sizes, two or three OSes

NetApp shoots down Virgin Blue outage claims

Nothing to do with us, mate

Hammer time as AOL nails TechCrunch

Mike Arrington and Stanley Burrell together at last

Las Vegas death ray roasts hotel guests

'Solar convergence phenomenon'

YouTube accounts for 13 percent of mobile data

Mobile TV seems to have happened

Van driver follows satnav up goat-track, gets stuck on mountain

HELLO! I'M HANGING OFF A HELICOPTER!

US consumers don't want web-enabled toasters

And three-quarters downloaded nothing in last quarter

Nigerian perv scanners lay Lagos ladies bare

Operators ogling passengers 'for fun'

Dead Rising 2

ReviewYawn of the Dead?

Bing! man! drops! Microsoft! for! Yahoo! job!

Like quitting Selfridge's food hall for tills at Asda

US.gov set IPv6 upgrade deadlines

Get set, go

Tech firms promise EU they might cut electricity use

16 new signatories. Well, 12. Or maybe 10 or less

Flying gyrocopter jump-jeep gets $3m from DARPA

VTOL Humvee/autogyro/plane combo aimed at US Marines

Net TV to consign Net Neutrality debate to dustbin of history. Why?

Easy. ISPs can charge more, says BBC boss

Satyam financials detail £1bn in dodgy transactions

Revenues, losses, and lots and lots of notes

Youth of today demand mobile payments

They're sick, don't you know

Aussie bloggers forced to balance anonymity with influence

Media group faces both ways on the issue

Tweety profs offer political smear-meme 'truthiness' ratings

Wisdom of crowds to be improved by, er ... the wisdom of crowds

Dell adds self-service to AIM virty tools

A virtually integrated - and open - system

Google shocks world with unthreaded Gmail

Conversation View death switch

Fujitsu starts building 10 petaflops Sparc64 super

Special Kei

Car wrecks rise after texting bans imposed

Blame shaving, makeup, bees

Microsoft claims state first with Minnesota cloud

Email money saver

LinkedIn Zeus spam run targets prospective business marks

Let's connect

Judge orders turnover of woman's deleted Facebook posts

Does content ever die online?

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