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Verizon: 'We're not throttling bandwidth except when we are'

'Extraordinary' data hogs beware

Pentax 645D medium format digital camera

ReviewThe 40Mp field worker

BBC apologises for Top Gear outrage

'No vindictiveness' behind cheap Mexican jibes

Microsoft discovers disposable email

Next up, dancing hamsters

PlayStation phone promo'd in creepy commercial

Droid gets sordid surgery

PSP playing boy plunges onto railway

Cop stops kid becoming a Darwin

Xiotech execs are betting the company on ISE

Bigger ISE coming

ISPs and Vaizey set to bump heads over default porn filter

Meeting to choose whether it's off or on

Stephen Fry cans Japan trip over nuke survivor quip

QI presenter likely to bomb, decides BBC

Zero-day update duo to star in upcoming Patch Tuesday update

But MHTML fix remains MIA

ICO Deputy exposes Data Protection law wish list

CommentHarmonisation of EU data protection law may be a pipe-dream

Britain takes delivery of first Nissan e-cars

Leaf wafts in

Flickr flap illuminates cloud concerns

Caveat emptor

Boss leaves Buying Solutions, writing on the wall?

We're not buying anything so we don't need an expensive procurement quango

BOFH: There's no 'I' in team, but there's a 'u' in suck

Episode 1My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die ...


ReviewThe future is mental

Dutch get wound up over invisible SMS

Smoking a little too much?

Big stink over Malawi farting ban

Solicitor general challenges trouser cough clampdown

World leaders meet to discuss cyberwar rules of engagement

Hague convention for state-backed hacking?

Apple pressed to show succession plan

Board asked to give shareholders a peek at the future

Russia has 'secret space warplane' to match US X-37B

Cold War 'Hurricane' shuttle-interceptor reborn?

Osborne bids nation fill his Budget portal

Have your say on spending, everyone!

HMRC warns (again) over tax refund phishing scams

Marks still sending their account info to email fraudsters

Humax adds BBC iPlayer to Freeview HD DVR

IPTV installation

UK police crime map website: Who's the victim here?

AnalysisDo a man dirt, yourself you hurt

Catalans to hunt wild boar with bows and arrows

Population control à la Robin Hood

Apple '6x more efficient' than Nokia at smartphone R&D

We're really uncompetitive. Let's have a meeting

Open source to bust up Cisco Borg collective?

Open...and ShutCan't beat that Sun Microsystems' feelin'

Fifa to give goal-line tech a shot

Good call?

Apple's app store policies: What will they provoke?

CommentBracing for consumer backlash, beef with Sony

Punters 'pooh-pooh video on demand'

TiVo gets Virgin rebirth, though

Wintery January hurts US jobs growth

IT loses jobs this time around

Toshiba trounces Seagate on mobile drives

Shuffling behind on shipment share

ROBOT COP scatters LIVE GRENADES in San Francisco STREET

Then runs them over when they fail to explode

Videogame developer defies hacker threat

Runes dude moons forum warning on data leak

Google v Facebook salary inflation riles Big Data startup

Cloudera. It's not the Evil Empire

Oracle and IBM carve up open-source Java leadership

Finally, Java without the 'Sun' bit

Chrome 9 debuts with WebGL, app store, instant annoyance

Google browser rolls in more Google

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