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Hong Kong monitor maker sues Apple over iPad moniker

Proview to a kill

ITU congress: where Kabbadi meets telecoms

ITUVery silly. Oddly fascinating

Intel lobs pork buns at world gone Google

Cloud alliance got no clouds? Chuck the dim sum

Sex.com sellers roll eyes at $13m price tag

'A home run. Not a grand slam'

Duracell MyGrid cable-free gadget charger

ReviewWireless electricity

DfT to install new motorway tech

More cameras, but not that sort

Gov consults on UK's corporate governance

Does 'boardroom hubris' put long-term economic growth at risk?

Vulture One spaceplane NOW AIRBORNE!

UpdatedPARIS soars to glory with plastonaut inside her

Intel forms flash gang of five

Dell, EMC, Fujitsu, IBM posse pushes for SSD standard

Compellent basks in Wall Street's love

Enterprise here we come, as share price soars

Mozilla quickly patches Firefox flaw

My Gran can code better exploits than that

MP slams ICO for 'lily-livered' Google probe

Withering words on Wi-Fi wimpishness

UK net economy report crosses silly line

Google-commissioned bumf is mentally interesting

Vulture One PARIS spaceplane telemetry LIVE ONLINE

+++ Modelmodule PLUNGING TOWARD THICK WOOD +++

Bond car bought at auction

Sells for a 007 figure sum

'HULC™' robot exoskeleton war-walker suit 'at gen 2.0'

Luxury padded interior offers 'comfort and support'

Privacy researchers plot RIM's route

BlackBerry users asked to play 'hunt the servers'

PARIS HAS LANDED!!! Epic supra-atmos flight ends

Model-module eases down atop thick wood

Three is voted the best UK network

Roaming reliability squeezes Orange

Hells Angels slap London dressmakers with trademark suit

You ain't going nowhere dressed like that

Did ZeuS's daddy give hard Trojan love to rival cybercrook?

Über-powerful malware baby may be on its way

Intel's gang of 5 grows to mob of 17

Twelve newbie 'contributors' join the solid state party

Fable III

Myths the point?

Most smartphone users breach employers’ security, says survey

Employees' mobile devices a major safety risk for companies

419ers threaten terrorism charges

Lads from Lagos call in the FBI

Oracle goes in hard on Google Java suit

Claims Java was pillaged to make Android

Boffins mount campaign against France's official kilogramme

'Eet cannot be changing. Eet weighs exactly 1 kg - sacré vache'

MYSTERY of vanished PARIS spaceplane, playmonaut

Ground team embark on epic Fossett-style search

Radio amnesty fails to lift DAB

Scrappage scheme flatlines

Russia files charges against alleged penis pill pusher

Supposed spam-javelin spammer slapped

China takes HPC heavyweight title

GPUs, Arch interconnect knocks out Jaguar and Roadrunner

Oracle adds tiered storage to mainframe VTL

3.5PB of the good stuff

M&S cooks up goods for gadget recycling

All mouth and trousers?

Over 100,000 stops-and-searches: zero terrorists

Home Office stop stats show police wasting own time

Tribal rights charity weathers DDoS assault

UpdatedTorture footage provokes deluge

LOST Vulture One PARIS spaceplane FOUND!!!

Updated with picsDramatic scenes as pursuit team recovers heroic playmonaut

Adobe Reader browse-and-get-pwned 0day under attack

Yes, another one

Apple doesn't need Spotify - and Spotify doesn't need Apple

Acquisition Impossible

Oracle takes stake in networking pal Mellanox

Time for HP to pounce

Google Apps get Android admin tools

Froyo eyes only

Opera Mini 5.1 goes native on Nokia S60

Beta browser taps cut-and-paste, email

Ballmer pitches PC as smartest device on planet

PDC 2010Reveals boy crush for HTML5

Microsoft's IE9 'nearly finished'

PDC 2010Faster, HTML5ier, Chromier

Microsoft earnings up over 50%

But there's a catch

First tube station to get Wi-Fi next week

HELLO?! I'M AT CHARING CROSS!

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