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Message from South Oz: YouTube not for assaults

Moral panic or aggravating circumstance?

Microsoft and Mozilla edge towards web privacy consensus?

Header debate beats government regulation

Oracle kills after starvation diet

Goodbye to one of the web's oldest domains

RIM tells users of bloodied BlackBerry to disable JavaScript

More Pwn2Own fallout

Site-saving workers evacuated from Japanese reactor disaster

UpdatedIf radiation drops, they will return. If not...

Intel opens kimono on Sandy Bridge Xeon E3

Coming soon to a micro server near you

Make streaming a felony: Obama

Freetards? Throw away the key!

Thinkflood RedEye remote for iOS

ReviewGadget mastery over Wi-Fi and the web.

UK boffins to develop 'Solar Squaddie' electro-uniform

Leaches shivering troops' body heat at night

Flash standard now twice as fast

Fewer pins, more bits

Faster, Network! Kill! Kill!

The insatiable thirst for bandwidth

Samsung goes stereoscopic rental mental

3D VoD service coming to Blighty

Sexy eco-bulb wins Design of the Year

'Beautiful silhouette and organic form'

Mozilla to ship Firefox 4 on 22 March

Ready your best browser trousers

Twitter adds HTTPS opt-in button to micro-blogging service

Please RT: SSL crypto is, like, so sexy right now

Bloke with hammer fixes London's Olympic clock

Photo exclusiveCountdown resumes in Trafalgar Square

More cocaine found at Kennedy Space Center

Fly me to the Moon, part 2

Intel and Apple: tablet d'hôte

LeaderBoth making a meal of it?

Privacy group demands answers from Skype

How secure is secure?

Vodafone, Three fall under 'magical' iPad 2 spell

Operators issue identical pledges of loyalty

12Mb/sec to a mobile telephone, but is it a new generation?

Verizon launches what it likes to call 4G telephony

Virgin Media, Readers - an apology

Elementary, my dear million homes

Soyuz capsule 'nauts touch down safely

Kazakhstan landing for ISS crew

York Uni exposes students' private info

17,000 sets of details fall through website holes

Internet Watch Foundation: Abuse images takedown speeds up

But scale of problem remains the same

What is Mark Hurd working on?

Oracle loves NetApp - true?

EA dubs Nintendo Wii a 'legacy platform'

Wii 2 on its way?


ReviewConflict resolution for the Warcraft weary?

Watchdog disses City of Medway

Not a city, actually, says ASA

Foreign Office endorses 'free' Microsoft travel advice API

Civil servants not equipped to build mobile apps

Rambus gets Tosh top-up

Another five years please

Green Parrot to cure YouTube shakes

Google acquires Irish image enhancement firm

Phone, car companies collaborate to connect cars, phones

Motoring, there's an app for that

FTC sanctions behavioural ads firm over deceptive 'opt-outs'

Sing a new song, Chiquitita Chitika

Google Docs plugs into email, turns 'comments' into 'discussions'

Google Wave without the Google Wave

Fukushima situation as of Wednesday

Situation worsens - still no cause for alarm

Gov and ISPs clash over informal policing of net

If I said you should have a beautiful self-regulatory body...

OCZ opens wide and swallows Indilinx

Embedded SSD controller tech gives it deeper penetration into new markets

Wi-Fi security befuddles clueless home users

Have you tried turning it off and on again?

TV judge holds court over Wii modchip case

Piracy isn't the problem, though

Euro police smash online paedophile ring

184 arrests so far, 230 children 'safeguarded'

Hadron Collider 'could act as telephone for talking to the past'

Brane brainboxes' brainstorm predicts un-sticky singlets

SGI talks Windows on Altix UV

Datacenter Edition glows UltraViolet

Teen charged for Facebook birthday hoax that drew 200,000

Invite goes viral

Drizzle: Big-Data-happy MySQL fork debuts

Not your enterprise relational database

Jon Bon Jovi accuses Steve Jobs of murdering music biz

Apple boss 'personally responsible' revs open source data center makeover kit

Three hypervisors, one floating infrastructure

Microsoft malware removal tool takes out Public Enemy No. 4

Crafty backdoor gets de-wormed

'iPad cads' dash fanboi fondleslab hopes

Scalpers demand $2,000 per 'Pad

Telstra restores Japan cable link

Staff staying in Tokyo for now

News Corp to trade music for games, readies MySpace sale

Can Rupert replicate FarmVille?

Skyhook vows to take Google suit to bitter end

One way or another, says boss, we'll get on every Android phone

GaleForce blows into the cloud

Fluffs servers, storage, networking

Sony wins subpoena for PS3 hacker's PayPal records

Noose slowly tightens around GeoHot

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