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Gadgets boost software-centric Microsoft quarter

Kinect all you want. PCs and servers rule

Google named babysitter for steroidal white space Wi-Fi

Internecine squabbling already underway

FBI serves 40 search warrants in Anonymous crackdown

Worldwide DDoS dragnet

Iomega SSD 128GB USB 3.0 drive

ReviewSuperSpeed performance anxiety

Ten Roars at sports fans

Your comments matter to us, so we bought them

Gov unveils plans to reduce employment tribunal claims

Claims will be arbitrated before they reach tribunal

Egypt switches off the internet

The server at www.egypt.gov.eg is taking too long to respond

Quantum and NEC claim dedupe speed records

Speed records across entry-level, mid-range and high-end

DWP seeks data for identity verification service

Will pay supplier up to £2m for collection of benefit claimants' info

Apple, Rim edge up world phone seller list

1.4 billion handsets shipped in 2010

Microsoft hits autistic Xboxer with cheat evidence

Boy's mum confesses to 'mistake'

UK fraud losses soar to over £38bn

Public sector cops the lion's share of fraudulent scams

Gatwick Airport security swoops on 3-inch rifle

Contains deadly toy soldier menace

Finnish regulator calls for iPhone refunds

It's cold in Finland, bloody cold

LinkedIn to go public this year

Social network for biz set eyes Wall Street

Hobbit helmsman Jackson hit by $190K credit card scam

What has it got in its pocketses?

UK a 3D TV nation? Not half

Not even a quarter, Sky's figures show

Buying into the cloud

Hosted AppsMaintaining security and compliance in a SaaS world

Google's Schmidt perplexed by Facebook blather, still fears MS

I want you to notice, when I'm not around

Sci/tech doctorate protects you from unemployment – in the US

Picture rather different in old Blighty

Dead Space 2

ReviewThe nightmare returns

Apple and Google: New CEOs, old strategies

Taking the fight to Facebook?

Naked Honolulu bloke rescued from garbage chute

'Had been drinking heavily'

Tablets be DRAMmed – 9 times as much

How big will tablets grow?

Toshiba intros laptop that CHANGES COLOUR

Welcome your nano-tech chameleonoid overlords

Vodafone confirms Egypt lock-down

Just obeying orders...

Opera fixes critical form-handling flaw

Second act, malicious spies and click-jackers exit stage left

O2 to upgrade southern UK network

Wider bands, wider technologies

Digital TV team sets 3D standard

DVB-3DTV ready to go

Microsoft loses Office 365 man

Yet another cloudy exec bites dust

Amazon: e-books outsell dead-tree copies

Paper in decline

World's first space met office goes live

Will offer warnings of ion storms, 'space Katrinas'

EU ministers strip consumer rights law of controversial elements

UK will keep 'right to reject goods'

YouTube honours shuttle dead with 'Workplace Safety' ad

A golden Google inappropriate ad moment

Malawi poised to outlaw farting

Clampdown on undisciplined bowels

UK.gov 'HyperHighway' aims to 'speed up the internet by 100x'

Will only cost £7.2m, apparently

O2's free Wi-Fi in detail: How free is free exactly?

Freer than you might think

Yuppie cellphone-style iPhone case comes to Blighty

The bricks are back in town

MSI Windows webpad goes on sale

How much?

SeeSaw streams UK TV through Boxee

US IPTV platform gains UK content

UK.gov braces for Anonymous hacklash

Battle lines drawn up in cyberspace

CSC cost-cutting spreads to Europe

Compulsory holidays all round

Guru: Oracle's storage strategy is 'screwy'

InterviewToo much Exadata-type focus and over-priced arrays

Cold call scareware scammers aim to bring Mac fans into the fold

They prey upon your fear, not your operating system...

Memo to Microsoft, RIM, Nokia: Quit copying Apple!

Open...and ShutLeadership, please. Not imitation

Verizon borgs Terremark for $1.4bn

Cloud absorption

No Jobs, Schmidt deleted: Microsoft can't fail, can it?

Radio RegWindows on ARM to the rescue

Google algorithm change squashes code geek 'webspam'

More Stackoverflow, please

With net unplugged, Egypt cracks down on journos

BBC man beaten by police in Cairo

Microsoft issues temp fix for serious Windows security bug

Mitigates script injection threat

Google and Apple locked horns over iPhone location data

The roots of Jobsian divorce

Apple iOS app hunger swells

Survey says: App lovers love apps

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