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Microsoft confirms Russian pill-pusher attack on its network

Is there a Linux admin in the house?

Blade Network kicks RackSwitches up to 40 Gigabits

Single ASIC pumps 1.28 terabits

Behind the Kindle, under the iPad: an unholy alliance

Frankfurt Book FairE-book software and services vs. literature

Digital Stream DHR8203U Freeview HD DVR

ReviewGoing with the flow?

Opera Mobile for Android: Nearly there!

Opera 11 set for Firefoxy extensions

Apple regains top-three computer maker placing

Back where it started

Ryanair wins ihateryanair.co.uk because of £322 ad revenue

Critic must surrender domain name over trademark issues

Former White House advisor wants cybercrime haven crackdown

Harbouring hackers not cool

Paris Hilton flashes her Brazilian...

...virtual fashion range

Sony updates Nex camera firmware

Better support for Alpha lenses

Nokia takes C5, adds Wi-Fi, GPS

Touchphone tweaked

3 bigs self up as biggest 3G network

For now at least

Bonfire of the quangos begins

Website falling over likes it's 1999

Nokia N900 to gain MeeGo dual-boot facility

Try the future OS without losing smartphone functionality

High-speed asteroid pile-up prompts X-File

Astronomers probe 'peculiar' object

AOL, News Corp, private equity firms all have hots for Yahoo!

Report cites big interest in struggling web portal

Archos users celebrate Android app access

For as long as Google doesn‘t notice

Germans develop sleepy-driver car 'warning' system

Vorsprung durch disziplin- und ordnungstechnik!

WD intros latest network hard drive

MyBook Live in, MyBook World Edition out

Cameron to spend £1bn+ on cyber security

Operation 'active defence' is go

When Dilbert came to Nokia

Fascinating report shows how bureaucratic fear sealed company's fate in 2003

OOo's put the willies up Microsoft

Fear of the other

Ixos Divo 2.1 iPod dock and speakers

ReviewSound reinforcement for your PC or TV

Tape backup could be binned soon

Imation gets into bed with BDT

RIM gets another Indian reprieve

Terrorists dash to their BlackBerrys for three-month free-for-all

Overland to cluster SnapServers

Storage company snaps up Maxiscale assets

Manchester cops hit Twitter - spoof feeds fall down stairs

Are there Twits on Mars?

Powermat debuts 'case-less' induction charging kit

Wireless power

Quango bonfire torches websites

This site is unavailable - forever!

Facebook dismisses Ceglia lawsuit as 'scam'

Firewood salesman's lawyers insist teen Zuckerberg gave him 50 per cent

Major US carriers sign up to sell Apple iPad

AT&T, Verizon join Walmart, Target and Best Buy

QPad Heaton XL gaming mousepad

Txt TakePad plus

'Squeeze green oil from North Sea by squirting CO2 in' - prof

AnalysisBut who'd pay for the salty Perrier? Er, you would

Florida cops tase naked jogger

'Superpowers' didn't include insulation

Tablets? Pah! Netbooks still selling well, says analyst...

...while quietly cutting its netbook sales forecast

Handheld porn market growing fast

Pocket-based tug-market beats off downturn

LightSquared courts disaster with rapid response team

Has new customers too, but won't say who

Robot goes berserk in Balkan lab: 6 boffins given dead arms

Vending-machine repair unit's violent rampage

Opera: Can someone free Korea from IE?

Land of the living ActiveX

Facebook leaked users' real names with advertisers, suit says

Tell-tale referrer headers violated privacy policy

Mozilla names SAP's mobility man as CEO

Not an Apotheker

IBM floats new CloudBurst stacks

Fluffy and virty x64 blades and Power7 racks

Larry Ellison to buy EMC?

Rumeur du merde

Google money machine tops self by 32%

Mobile ads on pace for $1bn year

Microsoft polishes Office Docs for Facebookers

Ozzie deigns to blog

Cheers for AMD's shrinking losses

Or are they for Fusion?

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