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Microsoft sucks open source into its WebMatrix

Newbie programmers wanted

Embotics delays Microsoft Hyper-V support

'More VMwareness!' customers cry

Microsoft to hire 4,000 in UK

Apprenticeships and more

Adobe (finally) makes it easier to delete Flash cookies

Privacy menace made manageable

Altec Lansing Octiv 450 iPad speaker

ReviewDoes the twist

PC market limps into 2011

Tablets, misery and snow

UK.gov descales public data with new corp launch

But murky waters remain...

Apple posts dev-only iOS 4.3

Features leak immediately

Cable vendor slapped for unproven claims

Thousand pound kettle cable won't sound better

Android passes iPhone in mobile ad race

3,130 per cent climb in 2010

Motion Computing outs Windows slate

'Oak Trail' inside

Dixons warns on crap Christmas

Shares fall on profit warning

Russian ransomware SMS smut-scam raised $30k

And 'penis' is Russian for what?

Yank fires up iPhone-controlled beer cannon

Greatest. Invention. Ever.

BlackBerry bug bugs India

Corporate communications spared, for now

MySpace could be someone else's space soon

News Corp mulls spin-off, takeover or sale plans

Oxford gets electric car charge-up network

Milton Keynes too

Analysts weigh in on Android and iPhone

Will the Verizon deal change the outcome of the race?

Hope springs eternal for Obama poster plagiarist

One case settled, but Shepard Fairey still faces Grand Jury probe

DUP website translated into Irish by mischievous hacktivist

Aon ghéilleadh (no surrender)

Asus NX90Jq 18.4in Core i7 laptop

ReviewNotebook audio gets the B&O treatment

O2 becomes a reseller with 2e2 deal

Converging like its 1999

Sarko to use G8 presidency to promote net regulation

'Regulating the internet is a moral imperative!'

US air force has new scramjet hypersonic plane plans

Son of Blackswift, grandson of SR-71 Blackbird spy plane

SK Telecom to bring LTE 4G mobe data to Seoul

WiMax? We prefer not to mention it nowadays

BBC Trust says no to kit-specific iPlayer apps

Standard platforms only - unless the vendor coughs up

HP to unveil WebOS tablets next month

PCs and TVs too, hints exec

Bletchley Park to rebuild pioneering EDSAC computer

Will omit deadly 1940s mercury-based memory

Palin's email snooper sent to prison

So much for judicial promises...

SAP buys secure login tech

ERP plans to bake in basic security

Google dispenses first jackpot award to security bug hunter

Elite bug-finder handed $3,133.7(0) reward

Thunderstorms found to squirt antimatter into space

NASA sat pelted with positrons from around planet

Perot Systems top dog exits Dell

Dell vet Shuckenbrock helms services

Google scarfs up ebook tech firm

'Kindoogle' anyone?

Cloud juggler eyes Microsoft's floating VMs

RightScale does Azure

Steve Ballmer at 11: A Microsoft power play too far?

One man, so many jobs

Intel's 2010 income up 167% from 2009

Otellini vows 'even better' 2011

Penguin goes hybrid with ClusterWare

Linux meets Windows HPC

Vodafone sacks login leakers

Insiders less secure than Internet, apparently

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