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NYT casts Assange as 'arrogant' (with a little 'Peter Pan')

My time with Julian

Xen sends Citrix Q4 into the clouds

Skywrites Amazon interop deal

Mac daddy predicts all-knowing, all-seeing UI

Macworld'I have seen the future, and it's in your ear'

Samsung N350 dual-core netbook

ReviewSlimmer, faster and - ahem - pricier...

Change to sustain public sector ICT spend

Spending to support cost cuts offsets cuts

Mac Tel sends in the clouds

An architect all your very own

Intel's biggest ever buy is going ahead

EC approves $7.7bn deal, but with conditions

State of the Internet Down Under?

Life in the slowish lane

Met re-opens NoTW phone hack probe

'Significant new information' prompts reinvestigation

UK proximity payments by phone this summer

Everything Everywhere goes NFC

Sony preps PlayStation gaming for Android

Not one PlayStation Phone but many?

Anon hackers join Egyptian protests

Scientology-baiting less pressing just now

HP makes flash music with Violin

You wanna play, Larry?

Lenovo and NEC to combine PC ops

JV established in Japan and... er... Holland

Microsoft sues ex-general manager over Salesforce.com exodus

How very dare you...

Forget Flash – content is king

A bit of web wisdom too often forgotten...

Theresa May announces new counter-terrorism package

Stop-and-search, RIPA sort of limited

China Mobile asks Apple for LTE iPhone...

...and Apple seems willing

MP: Googlepoly hurts British business

You are in a twisty world of Google sites, all alike

Middlesbrough cabbie relieves lad of iPhone

No cash on you? Just leave the mobe on the dash...

Blackadder style chemists transform gold into purest ... purple

Descendant of James Watt in fruity feat

BSkyB reels in Wi-Fi network operator The Cloud

Buys hotspot specialist, bigs up growing broadband customer base

Man demands police protection from sex-mad missus

I need sleep, begs exhausted hubby

LightSquared gets satellite waiver

A bird in the air is worth ignoring

PSP 2 'as powerful as PS3'

Sony specs up next-gen portable console

Xiotech's go-much-faster storage brick

Adds SSD speed

Pothole-spotter app aims to stop arse ache

Names and shames councils along the way

HTC DG H100 Media Link DLNA adapter

ReviewPhone and PC to TV streamer, anyone?

Data retention 'ineffective' in fighting serious crime

Lift the blanket, urges German privacy group

UK cops arrest five in Anonymous attacks probe

Suspects aged 15 to 26 cuffed in raids

Cameroonians cleared in 'surreal' dyed banknote scam

Victim of €200k hit to blame for own misfortune, says court

Antique Nimrod subhunters scrapped – THANK GOODNESS!

CommentWorld's biggest vintage aircraft club finally shut down

Mexican army interdicts dope-slinging catapult

Smuggling marijuana into Arizona, medieval style

Heroic London carbon trading scheme fails

Islington Greens snatch up homemade raffia crafts from table and flounce off

Hubble squints at most distant galaxy

Dim cluster spotted at 13.2bn light-years

Google disappears torrent terms from autocomplete search results

But people able to type still get access to juicy stuff

Distie PC sales swell in US

Back from the brink...

Chaps tolerant of girl-on-girl cheating by other halves

Blokes hoping to join in, suspect shrewd profs

Smartphone shipments surged in 2010

Nokia vs Android, Apple vs RIM

Microsoft insists autistic Xboxer is a cheat

Mother furious

Your call is not important to us

Customer service costs time and money, but it's worth doing

Fanboi king hails Apple 'love affair with open web'

MacworldThe high comedy of web hypocrisy

New Nokia boss drops grenade: hints at strategy shift

Android in, Ovi out? He won't say...

Deliveries for final Apple Xserves stalled to April

Because 'hardly anyone was buying them'

Scareware mongers cough up $8m to settle fraud charges

More than a million duped

Mellanox itching to close Voltaire, crank up InfiniBand

Books loss on Q4 sales bump

Oracle spurns Ruby devs for Java love

NetBeans is not your home

Court orders seizure of PS3 hacker's computers

Sony 1; Geohot 0

RC flyer to watch over fires

'Can I have a turn please, Captain?'

AMD uncloaks Fusion dev kit

Parallel processing programming push

Amazon boasts first $10 billion quarter

Kindlebooks eclipse paperbacks

Happy New Year text prematurely blows up suicide bomber

SMS of death

Intel gifts world open source FCoE

Vows to save 400,000,000 feet of cable

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