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Rackspace nears $1bn run rate

The would-be managed cloud giant

Microsoft sends IE9 'do-not-track' tech to W3C

Internet Explorer release candidate released

PS3 jailbreak judge refuses to rescind GeoHot order

'That's the breaks'

Enough with the Apple App Store apathy

Open...and ShutOpen sourcers unite!

RIM PlayBook fondleslab to 'run Google Android apps'

'Next generation' Java VM

Geeky gifts for Valentine's Day

Product Round-upTen ways to say I <3 U

It's official: Nokia bets on Microsoft for smartphones

15 years of rivalry ends with Losers Alliance

Rare metals found in Cornish tin mine

There's gold, and indium, in them thar hills

Overland's top tech guy: Great things ahead

Barrall talks tape

Street View to invade Israel?

Ministers mull security implications

Bluetooth Special Interest Group hands out cups

Low Energy, high aspirations

Facebook tagged with $60bn valuation

Price soars as social network mulls $1bn staff share sale

Apple 'iPhone Nano' back in the game, says mole

Budget action against Android?

World of StarCraft renamed

Starcraft Universe bound to keep Blizzard blissful

Detroit citizens demand RoboCop statue

I'll buy that for a dollar $50,000

Your mind's '.brain' jpeg-like picture file format probed

Cunning noggin algorithm favours curves over flatness

Evil grain-speculating OVERLORDS will starve us ALL

Sarkozy, food charities need to look at Adam Smith and DRAM

Three touts tablets

Dell combo Duo and others

Protection of Freedoms Bill is released

New Bill to curb Old Bill powers laid before Parliament

Vodafone squeezes internet into TV

Party like it's 1990

Malware endemic even on protected PCs

More pox than a back-street Bangkok brothel

Card surcharges face super-complaint

Come in Ryanair, your time is up

Albuquerque shopper samples free man oysters

Employee cuffed for creamy yoghurt surprise


ReviewQuad bore computing

O2 to raise broadband prices by up to 27%

UpdatedOuch's axing of school building plan 'unlawful'

Michael Gove abused power, says High Court judge

Mysterious crypto-book dated to 15th century

Real life Da Vinci codex features nude ladies, too

Should Apple enter the flat TV market?

CommentCupertino's way of doing business may put a stop to any plans ...

America spared Top Gear Mexican quips

Beeb cuts 'offensive' jibes for stateside broadcast

Kournikova worm marks 10th anniversary

Game, set and match

Grief and disbelief greet Elop's Nokia revolution

AnalysisGoogle becomes the one they all fear

English Defence League site pulled offline after defacement

'TriCk' shows mad skillz – vows to leak EDL members' details too

DEC: The best of systems, the worst of systems

OpinionDigital Equipment Corp's hits and misses

Joy Division get the Playmobil treatment

Dance, dance, dance to the radiooooo...

Locking antlers with a network Nazi

Die! Symantec Endpoint Protection, Die!

Coalition rejigs gov procurement to give SMEs an in

There's a website and everything

Now, Nokia, what about the hardware?

CommentGetting the OS right is only half of the story

The repeal bill: what's left in, what's left out

AnalysisWould Sir like Daily Mail freedom or Guardian freedom?

Dutch develop world's largest touchscreen

Pinch to zooooom

eHarmony plays down data breach on dating advice site

Cupid's slings and arrows

Sandy Bridge MacBook Airs inbound

Faster sub-notebooks in June, says mole

Nokia's 15-year tango to avoid Microsoft

AnalysisFor want of a smart(er) phone, €50bn was lost

Patent attack launched on Google's open video codec

UpdatedH.264 lord rallies troops against 'royalty free' WebM

Microsoft says exec took secret 'trove' to Salesforce

Claims 'immediate and substantial injury'

Intel defends MeeGo after Nokia defection

'Disappointment', not despair

Amazon threatens Texas exit over tax bill

Don't mess with Jeff

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