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Google Earth 'Liquid Galaxy' open sourced*

* source code does not include $80,000 construction fee

Budget Mono Laser Printers

Group TestLow cost page churners to keep you in the black

Buyer's Guide: Budget Mono Laser Printers

Group TestThe choices in black and white

Best Buys: Budget Mono Laser Printers

Group TestThe fine print

Brother HL-2035


Canon i-Sensys LBP3010


Dell 1130


Epson Aculaser M1200


Qualcomm's ultralow power tech targets body area networks

Peanut power listens to your heart wirelessly

HP LaserJet P1102w


Samsung ML-1665


LG holds back Android tablet for Gingerbread

Awaiting a less smartphone-centric OS

Western Digital gearing up to sell 3TB drives

Isilon to sell itself

IAB retracts 48-hour retargeting cookie advice

Oh behave

Ministry of Sound floored by Anonymous

More payback for file-sharer harassment

Toshiba outs no-glasses 3D LED TV

OLED over again?

NetApp product refresh time

Your three years is up

Reseller touts cheap-as-chips 7in Android tablet

Yours for 85 quid

Met chief fears Brit cybercrime gangs

Swapping drugs for bugs

Hundreds of Americans, bystanders injured playing video games

Mostly normal sofa-spuds, too, not Wii jiggy-gamers

Brazil welcomes Street View with open coffins

Graphic contentGoogle pulls body from Rio street

Three intros pay-per-day mobile broadband

Cheaper data for casual connectors

Google bags Blind Type

Touch-type-tastic Android keyboard coming

HTC intros new-look Legend, Desire

Black and white

Larry Ellison comes out fighting against HP Apotheker 'madness'

'Speechless' for a nanosecond. Oracle boss lashes out (again)

BT bids bumpkins to beg for better broadband

Fibre competition

Official: Windows Phone 7 to launch next week

Taking place too Zune?

Which Ethernet SAN storage protocol is best?

You the ExpertiSCSI easier choice for IT shops with no Fibre Channel

Iran boasts of Stuxnet 'nuclear spies' arrests

But astrologer-botanists fingered by security researchers

London Transport plans Oyster bypass

Pay at turnstile coming in 2012

Good clowns battle evil at the 'Carnival of Screams'

Zippos and Alton Towers trade Halloween custard pies

Microsoft secretly scoops up 15 companies

Just doesn't like to talk about it

Samsung Q430 14in notebook

ReviewDo ya think I'm sexy?

Bungie blasts 15,000 credit snaffling Halo:Reach gamers

Server glitch exploit

US navy to battle Iranian mini-ekranoplan swarms with rayguns

Laser energy cannon vs 'stealth' WIG-ships

Texan smut baron spanked over UK schoolgirl snap

Florida court breaks new ground in copyright claim

Anti-virus vendor trio plug website flaws

XSS marks the spot

Andrew grapples with Android in readers' Mailbag

Andrew's MailbagOur most-rated story ever produces an unseemly bulging inbox

Microsoft's Ballmer dances with Spotify in Windows Mobile deal

Redmond boss descends into mosh pit

India claims access to BlackBerry comms

Long way from resolution, with only weeks to go

UK to make FoI data machine readable

New law will make information more accessible

Flakey scales brand Commonwealth boxers bunch of blobs

'One at a time please sir'

Google's Schmidt: We know what you're thinking

Human autonomy is just a bug, basically

Chip sales continue modest gains, SIA holds steady

But iSuppli cuts back 2010 semi forecast

Fruitcake profs demand strict curbs on killer robots

Noel Sharkeys of the world, unite!

Hybrid drives: the next generation

A new flashy optical drive from HLDS...From who?

Goldman downgrades Microsoft stock to 'neutral'

Dear Ballmer, is cloud computing nature or nurture? You decide

Skype taps Cisco vet as chief exec

Hello, IPO

Web marketers pledge easier targeted ads opt-out

'No thanks' button coming to website near you

Verizon to refund $30-$90m in 'mystery fees'

As FCC investigation continues

AT&T to lead Windows Phone 7's US touchdown

T-Mobile eclipsed by politics

SGI bags vanishing stimulus dough

Two supers and 100 teraflops for Los Alamos

Twitter co-founder Williams steps down as CEO

Laser focused on 'product strategy'

Rogue Wave eats Acumem

Lifting HPC multicore performance

iPhone apps put user privacy at risk

Unique IDs free for the taking

Comcast to notify subscribers with infected PCs

Bot alert program goes nationwide

Twitter turns entire accounts into ads

'Promote' anything

OpenStack infiltrates Ubuntu's cloud diet

ExclusiveAmazon not the only fruit

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