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Firefox fans get IE-happy AJAX testing tools

Microsoft is not the only browser maker

Labour MP debuts fondleslab-assisted Parliament oratory

Twitter Tsar upgraded to iPad Princess

Nokia deal to 'rocket Windows Phone 7 past iPhone'

Dart thrower sees 50% smartphone sales surge

Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin Air speakers

ReviewiPod dock with AirPlay for high flyers

Data centres gripped by power struggle

CloudWaste not, want not,

Dixons whacked by profit warning

Blames the miserable British consumer

Twittering NASA 'naut's Moon snap honoured

Shorty Award for Doug Wheelock

Network failure closed hospitals to ambulance admissions

UCLH launches investigation after a network glitch

Air NZ safety vid provokes terror in the skies

'You're a giraffe!' wails prancing fitness guru

Permabit looks to Linux dedupers

Mainstream OEMs signed up or shut off

BP loses personal details on spill victims

Leaky leaks from lost laptop

George Lucas 'very happy' with 3D Phantom Menace

So far so good, reckons Star Wars supremo

Jesus Phone brings the DEAD back to LIFE

Get me an iPhone and 20cc of adrenaline, stat!

Gemalto launches NFC software - world sees hardware

Blogosphere getting over-excited again

Coalition to float prototype for single government web domain

Fate of Directgov in doubt

Berlusconi calls George Clooney to his defence

Sex trial witness request 'odd', admits Hollywood star

Game stocks shops with Tesco 3DS consoles

Pre-owned, never pwned

Nokia: Keep codin' for Symbian and Qt!

Why leave a sinking ship?

NASA systems dangerously at risk from cyberattack

Network security is not rocket science

Five ways your customers say they are unhappy

'R' is for relationship

BBC explains hour-long website outage

Aggregation and routes had a little lie-down, man

Human heart could power an iPod

Pump up the volume

Dell, Rackspace, and Equinix float free OpenStack test cloud

No charge for heavenly tire kicking

Irish cop child abuse image plan attracts data protection ire

Maimed, stark and misshapen...

Corporate hospitality is OK, says new Bribery Act guidance


FBI asks for help to crack mystery code in 12-year-old murder case

Cryptoanalysts ask those with mad code-breaking skillz to help decipher notes

Crysis 2

ReviewShoots onto consoles

Three UK finally turns a profit

Eight years on, with a little help from its friends

Cisco dispenses Nexus rack switch for speed freaks

FCoE all around, and a 'Westmere-EX' server preview

Messenger delivers first Mercury orbital snap

NASA team 'thrilled' with spacecraft's performance

Cisco fleshes out FCoE offering

End-to-end across the fabric

German Green extracts tracking info from mobile operator

Makes map of own movements

Tesla Motors sues BBC for defamation

Petrolhead pundit sparks electric storm

Comodo admits 2 more resellers pwned in SSL cert hack

How deep does the rabbit hole go?

Oracle and the Attack of the Killer Stack

CommentThe gravitational pull of convergence

Stop sexing up IT and give Civil Servants Macs, says gov tech boss

Ex New gov CIO lashes Labour's tech wastage

Cloud music lockers: who fricking cares?

Amazon launches solution looking for a problem

Gartner raises 2011 IT spending prognostications

Falling US dollar, fondleslabs save the day!

Google gets biennial privacy audit after Buzz blunder

Mountain View Chocolate Factory in settlement with FTC

Carrier-sold iPad 2 Sim locks snag unwary buyers

Caveat bites emptor

VMware corks hypervisor security hole

ESXi, ESX, and vCenter not affected

Microsoft cofounder Allen unloads on Gates

In money as in code: unforgiving

Vote compass unmasks Canadian political opinion

Testing, testing

Harvey Norman warms to etail

Gerry's 'heart beats strongly' at the thought of digital pennies

Mobile ads wither in January

iPhone still the best bet

Microsoft: IE9 not yet 'broadly' available

Have ye heard o' the interwebs, laddie?

Verizon boosts 'selected' US backbones to 100G

Drops E, bE, b/s, b/sec overhead from its Gigabit

Gloves off on Australia's NBN: Turnbull articulates policy

Clarity at last, we think

Google to NASA: Open source will not kill you

'Time to blow up some robots'

Is Samsung imitating Sony?

Researcher's claim: 'I logged your logger'
Updated: denied by Samsung

Dell, HP badmouth Apple's iPad

'Just absurd' (much like Dell's math)

Google unleashes (another) Facebook knock-off

'Tell us what you like. Just like you tell Zuckerberg'

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