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Microsoft+IE9: Holier than Apple open web convert?

About HTML time

How to slay a cellphone with a single text

SMS of Death explained

Sapphire Edge HD

ReviewThe world’s smallest mini PC? Maybe

Intel eyes up HP chief for top job

Looking for Otellini heirs

Google blames China for Gmail problems

No technical issues

Fans face freezing Apple MacBook Pros

Quad-core overheating woes for some

Microsoft Kinect hacked to control the PS3

Cross-console code released

System failure blamed for increasing data breach costs

Negligence drops to number 2...

After the mad rush to virtualise, what then?

CloudTools for building the hybrid cloud

SpectraLogic adds tape 'validation' to fight silent decay peril

Backup checkup fronts up

Busted Romanian TV star fingers Bulgarian airbags

Broken bosoms blamed for chesty celeb's naughtiness

Fukushima: Situation improving all the time

Food, water samples OK, Hyper Rescue Super Pump in action

Firefox 4 gets yet another final test build release

Deadline day looms, but don't call me Shirley

Extended Lord of the Rings Blu-rays to hit Blighty

Blu Mordor?

Nokia's Mobile Money roll-out bankrolled by Indian bank

Bankening the bankless billions

BAA outhouses 200 IT workers over to Capgemini

Ink hits £100m five-year deal

Osborne urged to end islands VAT-holiday by small-biz group

Big boys cram their stuff through florists' loophole

Hamburg vice girls to be serviced by cable car

Aerial trams proposed for horny gardeners, theatregoers

Dutch courts: Wi-Fi 'hacking' is not a crime

No storage, no foul

Porsche punts e-car pre-orders

Get your name on the Spyder hybrid list now

Interwebs stunned by musical atrocity

iTunes cash rains down on 'fun, loving' auto-tuned teen

Apple finalises first iOS 4.3 update

Firmware revision imminent?

Will world universities step to cluster challenge?

Tautology or just plain taunting

Cray to build huge, grunting 20-petaflop 'Titan' for US gov labs

Still mightier computer colossi to follow

Big union loving for AT&T's T-Mobile plan

Patriotism card also played - US cells for US jabber

Tumblr blames human error for 'minor' security breach

Ahem, your config files are showing

Google cops €100k French spank in Street View slurp outrage

'Sought dominant position' as it violated

MoD rejects Gaddafi low-flying aircraft complaint

Serious online blow to Libyan tyrant

When dinosaurs mate: AT&T and Deutsche Telekom

FCC weighs up a Big One

Google plugs new-age telephony into US carrier phones

Gives Voice to Sprint breach: Concern over safety of source code

Poisoned well pondered

Oracle puts out Solaris 11 compatibility tester

Will your Solaris 10 app make the jump?

Dell erects data centers in '10 countries'

Private clouds only! (except those Dell public clouds)

Chinese man jailed for provoking nuke panic

Shared fake Fukushima net warning 'without a second thought'

Fukushima explained in crap cartoon

Nuclear Boy creates a stink

Proposed NBN 'retail restraint' law is bad for everyone

CommentThe tortuous and ignorant debate over 'retail creep'

Aus gamers set to get adult rating?

Mortal Kombat still too hot

Eclipse sings open-web tune: No framework, no problem

Heavyweight backs JavaScript, HTML, and CSS

Microsoft sues trio over Androidian book reader

Redmond patent suit hits Barnes & Noble

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