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Judge to music industry: 'Worth trillions? Forget it'

LimeWire’s crime won't cost the Earth

Intel and HP defend honor of Itanium

HP, it's time to buy EnterpriseDB. Before Larry does

iiNet against the world: final round draws near(ish)

Film studios seek leave to apeal [sic*]

Red Hat: The first $1-billion-a-year open source outfit (almost)

2011 is the year

Apple Mac OS X: ten years old today

A decade of Ten

Slow Shutter Cam

iOS App of the WeekSlow-mo mojo

Government shells out £2m for ID card compo

Home Office details payouts to Thales and others

Spurned nonagenarian lets rip with semi-automatic

Hell hath no fury like a granny scorned

Asda slashes Samsung tablet price

Discount 'droid

Russian jailed for 6 years for smutty billboard stunt

Serious sentence for stoner silliness

Dell opens Exanet-based R&D centre

Wanting Israeli smarts

Quantum shoots down SpectraLogic product claims

Says it was first with integrated data integrity validation

Mobile Bing comes over all HTML5

iPhone owners get some Microsoft love

BAA promises to get its Heathrow act together

£50m investment to prevent further snow chaos

Apple should grant TV makers licence to stream

AirPlay video coming to your telly?

The curious incident of Oracle and HP-UX on Itanium

CommentWhat’s next: Maybe a backlash?  

iPhone 4 SURVIVES plunge from plane


HDS and its awfully good VMware integration

Cloud a bit cloudy though

Microsoft skills up IT pros for jobs in the cloud

Cloud security guys kick off in UK

Ofcom gives shonky Sitefinder Google Maps boost

T-Mobe and Orange still won't play, so inaccuracies multiply

Apple bashes 'gay cure' app

Gays 1, fundies 0

ProStor's InfiniVault sells slowly

Less than one customer per channel partner

Landlocked Bolivia seeks legal route to Pacific

Chileans unimpressed with sabre-rattling Morales

BBC, British Library empires expand under Tory 'growth plan'


EU admits deep impact cyberattack in run-up to key summit

Internal docs suggest longer-term problem

Ten... on-ear headphones

Product Round-upKicking cans

Duke Nukem Forever DELAYED

Here we go again

Securing the virtual desktop

All in the planning

Microsoft spends $7.5m on IP addresses

Domain names positively cheapo by comparison

Hackers make off with TripAdvisor's membership list

Can't recommend it

Five jailed for £140m VAT scam

Nearly 40 years' chokey for revenue cheats

BlackBerry bans drink-drive apps

But iPhone users keep boozing

Tintri flashes unique VMware storage credentials

Talks virtual disks instead of files and LUNs

NASA's Stardust set to 'burn to depletion'

Comet hunter's career ends with a bang whoosh

Nokia launches new corporate font

Strategy Boutique'As little design as possible'

Google open sources MapReduce compression

In the name of speed

Oracle to HP: 'Liar, liar, pants on fire'

Intel will kill Itanium, says Ellison and Co.

Google faces possible antitrust probes in two other states

The EU and Texas. Maybe Ohio and Wisconsin

Microsoft's Novell patent pals return to SuSE's homeland

Back in business

RSA won't talk? Assume SecurID is broken

CommentNo news is bad news for two-factor logins

Oz gov kicks off censorship review

A lot has changed in 20 years

Oracle cash grows on new licenses, hardware

Exadata 'selling itself'

Steve Jobs vindicated: Google Android is not open

Android for fondleslabs closed shut

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