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Cell phone search needs no warrant, say Cal Supremes

Plods can slurp your mobe like they rifle your cigs

Apache server thumps Microsoft and Google

Growing with the web

Beastly Android will batter Apple's iOS beauty

Open...and ShutComplexity: the price of freedom

Samsung SH-B123 internal 12x BD-Rom drive

ReviewSpeed reader?

Wot? No glasses! Tosh goes 3D crazy

CES 2011Spectacles-free spectacles

Called 999 recently? They've got your number

Reporters of crimes have info retained

Snowstorms knacker Acer sales

Storms in the Channel hammer the channel

MOSSAD SPY VULTURE seized in Saudi Arabia

Online outcry against carrion-gobbling 'Zionist plot'

Storage pros: Big or small, you still have to hit the sweet spot

You the expertHow does size matter in a hard drive?

Google readies 2011 pay-by-wave for Nexus S wallet chip

Just brandish your blower to buy, for realz this time

Courtney Love in court over 'Boudoir Queen' Twitter bitchfight

Bony singer v modiste in tweet slap dress-bill smackdown

US gov funds censorship-busting tech alternatives to Wikileaks

How about some Chinese or Iranian secrets for a change?

HTC Desire HD

ReviewBig-screen Android smartphone

'Operation eMule' feds bust duo with 500+ eBay, PayPal accounts

Handled $1m+ in tat-bazaar loot churn cyber-cash blag

Amazon Kindles love for Windows and Android

We love your tablets

Kodak intros waterproof camera

And something rather small

Microsoft's 2009 Uniloc patent victory overturned on appeal

Original $388m award 'tainted', new trial called for

Doctor Who to marry Doctor Who's daughter

Child of two Doctors to marry one, be given away by the other

Wireless HD video sticks demoed

CES 2011Room-to-room uncompressed HDMI - do you want it?

Brick house Xiotech grows new NAS head

Jerks wheel, swerves wildly off previous road

B&W refloats Zeppelin premium speaker

CES 2011Revamped with AirPlay

Asus slips out keyboard equipped Android tablet

CES 2011Bridge to laptop land?

Video games go off quicker than tomatoes

Apples cheaper than oranges

Dubai assassins used email trojan to track Hamas victim

Mossad kill squad tried poison before hotel lock-hack

Qualcomm gobbles Atheros, arms self for coming tablet wars

Wireless boom set to keep on booming

Lenovo slims down for All-in-One PC

CES 2011Frameless option

Amazon preps upmarket US Android app emporium

Cream-off shop intended to suck in passers by

WD embiggens Scorpio Black notebook drive

Take that, Seagate, you big brute

Why did my server just die?

The importance of update testing

Fujitsu aims Sparc64 supers beyond Japan

Special K, meet Monsieur Fusion

Black day for LG's Android range

CES 2011World's thinnest 4in touchscreen phone, apparently

Microsoft 'maintenance' blocks Hotmail

Some paying customers affected

Google money chief vows, uh, return to China

World information advertising mission

LG makes a dash for TV apps

CES 2011Smart TV makes its debut

Intel touts 'Sandy Bridge' video chops

CES 2011'Eye candy' men

LG white goods get net savvy

CES 2011Mobile home?

Body of murdered cyberwar expert found in landfill

Military man dumped into three-ring whodunit

Apple patents 'net-booted' OS contraption

Mac in the sky dream

Netgear integrates HomePlug and Wi-Fi

CES 2011Pitches 500Mb/s powerline too

Samsung launches 'world's first' Android MP3 player

CES 2011iPod Touch-alike from another Galaxy

Microsoft embraces ARM with Windows 8

CES 2011Breaks Wintel fidelity

Samsung shows off tablet-cum-netbook convertible

CES 2011Can't choose which form-factor you fancy? Have both

Samsung to bring wireless printing to Android, iOS

CES 2011Scanning too, if you have the hardware

Google suit halts Microsoft fed contract

Court order bars Redmond 'lock-in'

Nvidia forges ARM chip for PCs and servers

CES 2011Rumors true – except for the x64 bit

Kingston readies 'fastest' USB 3.0 Flash drive yet

CES 2011HyperX now for more than memory

Nvidia to take on Intel with PC-centric ARM chip

CES 2011AMD all over again?

Iomega intros auto-backup dock for iGadgets

CES 2011But what about the data it doesn't protect?

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