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Prisoners cannibalise mice for mobile power

USB cables hacked to charge phones

Ubuntu - yes, Ubuntu - poised for mobile melee

Open...and ShutA wide open post-Wintel world

LG Optimus 7 smartphone

ReviewWinPho 7 handset with a DLNA difference

EMC VMAX gets software brain transplant

FAST 2 finally arrives, doubles performance

MS Dynamics CRM Online trumps server release, says Ballmer

Cloudy biz model shake-up continues

Case cut-outs connote iPad 2 SD, HDMI connectivity

Accessory after the fact?

Carphone Warehouse has peachy Christmas quarter

Ends 2010 on a high

Orange wins PlayStation phone exclusive?

Everything Everywhere nabs Xperia Play

Susan Boyle joins Lads from Lagos

Nigeria's Got Talent offers £1m booty

Data Domain gets new boss array

Nehalem booster rocket

Facebook suspends personal data-sharing feature

Developers kicked back out of your undie drawer

Pirate Party seizes Tunisian ministry

Sports and Youth emancipated, yaaaaaar!

Prosecutors opt for 'malfeasance' over DPA to charge officials

New crimes, old law

Illegal cyber-hunting rig spied

Call in the shots

Sony Ericsson sues over Clearwire swirl

Knickers in twist over similar spinny logos

Third party developers blamed for Windows security woes

Users just don't apply security patches from non-MS applications...

Sky to rejig EPG to push HD

Pay TV channels lifted up too

Galileo euro-satnav 'driven by French military', says sacked CEO

German sat kingpin fired over bleedin'-obvious Wikileak

No cuts made on UK police national database

Cop agency says budget slash only applied to an interim index

Acer: tablets will replace netbooks

Mini laptops to be phased out

Stephen Fry explains how GPS and the Internet work

It needs a great big clock

Razer StarCraft II peripherals set

ReviewYou sure got a purty mouse

Sage moves into cloud with online SMB accounting package

Bustin' out of the shrink-wrap

Who are the biggest electric car liars - the BBC, or Tesla Motors?

CommentKryten from Red Dwarf weighs into 'leccycar race row

Pavement hogging Segway rider convicted

A UK first

Plastic Logic scores $700m from Russians

Plastic electronics, real cash

Lenovo forms 'connected kit' division

Beijing team to focus on tablets, phones, tellies

OpenStack fluffs inaugural open source cloud

Internap takes storage to the heavens

BBC iPlayer in 'hugely popular at Xmas' shock

Corporation lauds record 145m catch-up views, listens

Microsoft readies official Kinect support for PCs

Windows to get Xbox tech

Europe bites Hungary over media and internet censorship

Content-bash provokes protests

Shocked mum muzzles foul-mouthed toy mutt

'If you're happy and you know it, f*ck with me'

EMC declares war in the channel with entry-level VNXe

VNXe is EMC channel's anti-Dell weapon

Tablets to eclipse e-book readers

Thanks to Amazon and pals' focus on the US

Greyhats had up for AT&T iPad celebrity backdoor slurp breach

Feds prep charges over slab-fondler exposure

Sprint introduces $10 smartphone premium

Robust OS? That will be a tenner a month

Chip upstart Tilera lines up $45m in funding

Cisco, Samsung, and equity firms open wallets

Mass Effect 2 for PS3

ReviewSaga shoots over to Sony

Microsoft Kinect man enlists with Google special ops

Face-time at Mountain View

Dell morphs into Amazonian 'public cloud' biz?

Round-Rock-as-a-Service

Hackers eyed sale of celebrity iPad data

Feds charge Goatse trolls

Ubuntu Qt equality promised post Narwhal

'Not a criticism of GNOME'

Apple without Jobs: Who's next?

Analysis'Frustratingly obtuse' succession plans

Apple tops $6bn in quarterly income

'Phenomenal,' says Jobs

Univa forks Oracle's Sun Grid Engine

Ellison's mind elsewhere

IBM (nearly) hits $100bn in 2010 sales

Mainframe rebirth

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