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Google's 'copied Java code' disowned by Apache

Dis-Harmony from Oracle's Android suit

Crystal ball sees tepid IT growth to 2014

We're not gonna party like it's 1999

Scottish police IT sorely lacking, audit finds

Heads shaken over shonky SPSA support

App Store II: Steve Jobs sucks Mac's soul

CommentThe Human Interface Commandments

Top Ten Retro PC Games

Product Round-upA blast from the past

YouTube founder quits

And Turkey lifts ban

iPhone alarm bug: now it's the UK's turn

My phone forgot to wake me up

PayPal hardware failure fingered for worldwide outage

A brace of Friday fubars

Hollywood ruling sends piracy chill through Google

Disney and Warner set mice on the elephant in the room

Artificial replacement human livers made in lab

Boffins presumably celebrate with round of triples

The terabyte iPad is coming

BlogSexy slab doesn't need disk backup

Chip trio aims for 10nm class NAND

Manufacturers club together to shrink process geometries

Sacked IT director banged up for revenge hack attack

File deletion leads to new job sewing mailbags

E-commerce smackdown as PCI standards revised

AnalysisComply or die pay fines

Cameron gets small biz adviser

Lord Sugar fired, Lord Young hired

Google rejects spy-happy Android app


Vulcan bomber lives to fly another day

Campaign almost successful

AdMob main man walks away from Google

It's personal

Stay at home and watch telly, trade bodies urge Brits

That's what your peers are doing, sheeple

Murder victim-mocking troll jailed

Judge said man 'derived pleasure' from hearing details of his crimes

Enormous Paleozoic flesh-eaters created in lab

UpdatedLuckless undergrads used to feed hyperoxic horrors

Microsoft squats the living room with XBox LIVE refresh

Family-friendly pricing

Tech grads least likely to find a job

Graduate unemployment continues to grow

No wonder CompSci grads are unemployed

OpinionNo interest in tech, crap teachers, and they can't spell

Microsoft chips away at 3D tech with Canesta buyout plan

Insert appropriate hand gesture here

Freecom Mobile Drive CLS storage

ReviewPortable drive array with archiving ambitions

BBC radio chief: You may experience a little pain (but not much)

Davie acknowledges FM loyalty

Gentlemen, start your engines – with your phone!

GM puts cars under mobile-phone control

Webroot snares UK security firm Prevx

Cloud tech used to turn back malware front

PARIS in 89,000 ft climax

Amazing vid captures Vulture 1 release

IBM sniffs around Fortinet

But Big Blue is late to the converged infrastructure game

NASA Mars rover leaves moist skidmarks in boggy struggle

Boffins sniff wetness in churning soil

Startup promises money for fanbois

Cash in on being one of the crowd

Ballmer pulls on furs for Russia's answer to Silicon Valley MoU

R&D spend splurge outside Moscow

Dolphin speaks: Ditch the iPad, give me the Toughbook!

I can haz Tuna

Serco apologises for chiseling suppliers

City and Cabinet Office unamused

RIAA and Anonymous sites both downed by DDoS assaults

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Amiga on the block (again)

The Master brand singers

Samsung Galaxy Tab data contracts compared

What's the best plan for your 7in Android tablet?

Music biz vows to end CD scandal

Go digital, save a polar bear's toenail

Microsoft concedes on blank-screen operations

But only if you've got prior permission

Shuttle Discovery to bring back PLAGUE RODENTS from SPACE

Virus we all carry to be enhanced by effects of orbit

Google Wave crash helped push Maps man to Facebook

Mountain View pulled plug too early, says Rasmussen

Sharp intros record-to-USB Freeview TV

Bring your own DVR storage

Intel lets outside chip maker into its fabs

Achronix goes all red, white, and blue

Android phone sales up 1,309%

Steve Jobs in rear view mirror

First official HTML5 tests topped by...Microsoft

Memo to Redmond: CSS ain't HTML

Spamhaus blocks fellow antispam outfit

UpdatedSome whitehats more equal than others

Nokia, HTC, Sony attacked by hidden megatroll

Smartphone Patent Follies, Act XVIII

Internet Explorer info leak festers for 2 years

Microsoft's 600-day bug bite

Google sues US gov for picking Microsoft

Feds dodge Google Apps over security

Google calls bug bounty hunters to YouTube, Blogger

'1337' cash for web flaws

Fans roast Microsoft for Silverlight demotion

Careers damaged, technology unready

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