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Everyone but Oracle demands Java independence

ExclusiveRoadblocks for Ellison's roadmap

Wireless USB rides again

Version 1.1 a close talker

2 out of 3 Android apps use private data 'suspiciously'

Google protections 'insufficient'

Amazon one-upped in RIM tablet ebook duel

Canucks unite

Penguin in the picture: top video editors for Linux fans

Best of LinuxWindows and Apple get cut

Pay rises up thanks to recovery and inflation

What are you worth?

Apple TV stripdown reveals mystery solder pads

PhotosFuture iPad innards?

Acer Aspire 5940G 15.6in notebook

ReviewMedia takeout

Jaguar celebrates 75th year with e-supercar concept

Tasty

Stereo 3D best on mobiles, says chipmaker

Movidius anticipates 3D handhelds, handsets early next year

Nokia: N8 shipping

Units mailed out to pre-order customers

FalconStor loses its head

CEO accused of improper payments

OCZ plays bottleneck card with new SSD interface

Enough with SATA and SAS already

Whitman accused of hypocrisy over servants

eBay boss smacked with own gavel

Kia POPs out see-through OLED dash readout

Not quite a HUD but getting there

Police charge 11 over Zeus cybercrime scam

Essex round-up

Samsung backs Windows Phone 7 for the duration

All over by Christmas?

HP says P9500 is bullet-proof

CommentMore than slap

Downloads are not performances, rules US court

So hard disks aren't audiences?

Microsoft fits SQL Server 2008 with roomy second service pack

Loosens belt for middle-age spread

PayPal plugs mobile site phishing risk

XSS bug purged

Trek fans served Enterprise-grade pastry slicer

Boldly cuts where no pizza cutter has cut before

Virgin Media introduces P2P throttling

Major policy change on traffic management

Standivarius Arte notebook stand

Txt TakeProduct reviews in 140 characters or less

Amazon plots Android store

Platform fragmentation or healthy competition?

UK.gov refines pub sector software code, database re-use licence

It's got the word 'open' in it

T-Platforms: Russian Big Iron

GTC Video BlogBear enters HPC fray

HABITABLE ALIEN WORLD discovered 20 light-years away!

War inevitable if advanced life present, thanks to Bebo

HP eager to replace brittle IT

AnalysisData center profits from mobile and population explosions

Facebook security team zeroes in on Koobface hackers

We know where you live

EU sues UK.gov over Phorm trials

We didn't do nothing

Video vigilante site emerges from legal battles

Internet Eyes spies on Costcutter

Seagate stuffs 3TB drives in NAS box

12TB for under two grand - for 30 days

Samsung E60 e-book reader

ReviewiPad envy? Newton envy more like...

Texas Chain Saw Massacre declared top horror flick

Gorefest luminaries pick their fave chillers

BT promises biggest ever rural broadband project

£132m for Cornwall and Isles of Scilly

Next fashions budget 10in Android tablet

Cheap for a reason

Skype and Facebook sitting in a tree?

Zuckerberg (possibly) puckers up for VoIP

High-flying! Yahoo! trio! look! for! purple! door! marked! exit!

Carol Bartz loses more heads: Report

US demands right to snoop the world

EU discovers backbone: Politely asks for clarification

Tablets in, netbooks out, forecasts analyst

Most of them iPads

QNX to power BlackBerry handsets too

Not just a tablet OS

BIS will name'n'shame Scrooge bosses

Pay the minimum wage or drown in bad publicity

TomTom pledges to tackle traffic

Satnavs for all! Er... no...

Microsoft assembles unlikely band of brothers against patent trolls

i4i get tooth-for-tooth response from tech world

US military Cyber Command won't go operational as planned

Not even quite sure what 'operational' means yet

The Navitaire cock-up, filleted

Datacentre details behind Virgin Blue outages

Smartphone buyers want Apple, Android

BlackBerry, Windows and Palm do not impress

Buy your own Batmobile

$150k for a caped cruise-aider

Google revives dead Nexus One store as Android 'gallery'

Bing-free one stop shop

Open-source Sugar rips open partner pack

Hello, ISVs and service providers

Feds accuse 37 of being Zeus 'money mules'

More than $3m scammed

Verizon courts Star Wars set with Droid R2-D2

Force or farce?

Google menaces penguins with Street View Antarctica

Flightless bird face blur tech goes missing

HP names SAP vet as chief exec

Apotheker the right prescription?

Google open sources JPEG assassin

GPEG claims 40% more smallness

Final Ubuntu 10.10 and first Drizzle beta in release duet

MySQL fork jumps with Meerkat

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