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New charge against alleged WikiLeaker carries death penalty

Bradley Manning accused of aiding the enemy

RIM brushes off HP fondleslab innuendo

When marketing monkeys attack

iPad 2? Let's be kind and call it iPad 1.5

AnalysisMr Jobs, your 'all-new design' isn't

Intel outs 'Poulson' speeds and feeds

ISSCCYes, more chip porn!

iPlayer Global iPad app price announced

Be proud of the BBC for ten dollars a month

iPhone to whup Sony PSP 2

Casual gamers won't turn out for portable console, says publisher

The Guardian 2.0.2

iOS App of the WeekSmart news app gets pricier... but better too

Privacy groups demand one commissioner to rule them all

How many privacy commishes do we really need?

Will Drobos support Thunderbolt?

CEBIT:Data Robotics chief breaks into song

Government flies kite for VAT changes

Tears for Tesco as Channel Islands tax holiday officially OVER

ICO evidence raises Freedoms Bill data worries

Where are the weak spots?

Nintendo readies iTunes-like app store for 3DS

Update to bring web browsing too

Wales calls on ICANN to unleash .cymru

.cym on now

Surfing while driving – that's multitasking

If you can read this you should be looking at the road

Hungry boffins turn 3D printer into snack maker

From Little Chef to Robo Chef?

Discovery 'nauts wrap second spacewalk

ISS maintenance jobs done and dusted

Eurofighter Typhoon: It's EVEN WORSE than we thought

AnalysisRAF gets just 107 jets – and new budget trainwreck looms

WikiLeaks movie screen rights secured by DreamWorks

Julian Assange gets his 'phone home' moment

'Self-incriminators' may be forced to tell the court what they know

High Court extends ability to strip people of right not to self-incriminate

Teen cybercrime forum boss jailed

Five years for Ghostmarket mastermind

Mario Sports Mix

ReviewBall's up

BT fibre-to-the-premises trial takes 7 hours per install

Knee deep in cableFingers, blowers and splitters in Milton Keynes

Sky News spun out as BSkyB takeover OK'd, more or less

Rupe gets Hunt thumbs up

Scientists crack spotless Sun mystery

Temperamental conveyor belt to blame for deep solar minimum

Ford punts prang-prompted auto cops-calling kit

Sync tech talks to smartphones, speaks the local lingo

Julian Assange sets out bid to appeal extradition to Sweden

Life is so unfair

Apple iPad 2: from rumour to reality

The stories, the speculation, the second-gen slab

Welsh battle killer shrimp invasion

Caspian crustacean cows Cardiff

Cobalt-barrel machine guns could fire full auto Hollywood style

Movie/videogame spray-and-pray gunfights real at last

Novell paints Red Hat Linux manager green

SUSE Manager drives RHEL

Yanks outweigh Canucks: Official

US leads in obesity stakes

Firesheep hack catches out Mr Demi Moore

aplusk minus for security

Ten... fantasy swords you wish you owned

Weapon round-upA slice of the action

Google insists it couldn't have been British. Excuse me?

Some of my best friends are creators, says Hargreaves

Hollywood eyes Blade Runner replicants

Prequel and sequel on the cards

Sage Pay suffers 2nd day of downtime

Blue sky for cloud service

O2 boots up boobies blocker

A bit of the old opt-in-out for phone filth

Introduction to data protection

Deep diveBackup to Tape, Disk and Beyond

UK.gov closes door against foreign boners

Still short of doctors, nurses and scientists

EU czar stomps into digital radio

Stone the Kroes

Second US 'secret space warplane' to launch tomorrow

They did tell one chap what it's for... had to kill him, obviously

Teradata snaps up Aster Data for $263m

Big data analytics

Can HPC methods yield 92% help desk satisfaction?

It's all about personal compatibility

WordPress comes under 'extremely large' web attack

Resistance futile

Apple cures iPad buyer's remorse

This pill will work for 14 days. Maybe 30

WebGL: Interwebs 3D tech emerges from puberty

Google. Mozilla. Opera. Apple. Microsoft

Solution found for climate change: Nuclear war

Just a 'splendid little war' would do

'Linux kernel for the cloud' gets new government

Rackspace rejiggers OpenStack board

Microsoft and Google tag-team GeoTag patent

Demands satisfaction on 300 Maps cases

Apple, Google, RIM in smartphone dead heat

Android rising, Symbian flaccid

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