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The year's best... laptops

2010: it's a wrapThe stand-out notebooks and netbooks

Major Facebook redesign, smoothed-off Zuckerberg unveiled

Social Network 'got the sandals right'... bitch

Minister 'C*nt' promises £50m to get fabtastic fibre for all

The BBC's naughty Naughtie tongue-slip

Toshiba charges up battery equipped LED TV

Aimed at nations with iffy power grids

Alleged Russian spam-lord hauled into US court

Bogus todger-stiffening pills flogged to Wisconsin cops

Inside the Ordnance Survey's new HQ for the digital era

Building designed with servers – and job losses – in mind

Gov decides not to have scientific advice on drugs any more

Get Gillian McKeith on the phone!

Seagate puts out Barracuda Low Power Green


BlackBerry to Indian gov: Ban us, you have to ban Skype too

'La la la, we're not listening,' politicoes respond

Microsoft 'Xbox TV' rumours: Over the Cable Guy's dead body

TVoIP, not one to hold your breath waiting for

Stuxnet expert nuke-boffin killing: Iran claims arrests

Sticky-bomb assassins took out worm cleanup chief

White iPhone inbound for spring of 2011

Will be invisible in typical fanboi white-cube dwelling

How I went from punting PCs to betting a quarter billion on Betfair

InterviewBut failed to convince Warren Buffett...

Crazed reindeer stalks, attacks Scottish woman with antlers

Victim forced to jettison lunch in festive horror chase

Doctor Who: Return to Earth

ReviewReturn to Shop?

SpaceX's Dragon poised to go orbital

Falcon 9 fired up ahead of Tuesday's capsule launch

Groupon shuns Google's $6bn takeover bonanza

What? You want my kids to starve, is that it?

Smartphone users are faithless slappers - survey

Wide open to all comers

Final mission of shuttle Discovery postponed until February

'Strong confidence' that leaky tank can be sorted out

CNN flashes gay todger over interwebs

NSFWHot and hard same-sex marriage news

Indian feds' site besmirched in tit-for-tat Pak hack attack

'Cyber Armies' clash, befoul gov sites

Google acquires DRM henchmen with Widevine buy

Content enshacklement comes to the Chocolate Factory

Apple: white iPhone 4 out 'Spring 2011'

Vernal blooming

Nottinghamshire back-end taken over by giant reseller

Logica grabs pork in gov savings plan

Judges reject Operation Ore appeal

Claims of card fraud in child abuse pics case dismissed

Nokia patents touch-tastic NFC operator leapfrog

Rub your equipment against things you like

Anonymous attacks PayPal in 'Operation Avenge Assange'

Wikileaks = 'freedom and democracy', say 4chan anarchists

Operation Ore decision a 'serious miscarriage of justice' - lawyer

Judges ignored evidence, lacked expertise

Steelie Neelie floats pan-European phone number notion

Apparently just writing +44 in front of it won't do

Juniper gobbles Altor Networks in $95m startup snack

Now the beefening of virty cloud firewalls can begin

Google launches 'free' 'open' 'cloud' eBooks digiback service

Our cloud is open for you to freely give us money

Google aims Nexus S smartphone at US, UK

Gingerbread taster

Burmese junta strongman considered buying Manchester United

Wikileaks bonkersness will plainly never, ever stop

WikiLeaks: Intel strong-armed Russian apparatchiks

UpdatedCryptographic end run

Chinese hackers 'slurped 50 MB of US gov email'

Windows source code tapped, say WikiLeaked docs

Feds arrest man who juiced Google's 'just be evil' search

Comeuppance for foul-mouthed bully

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