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Suit settled, PS3 hacker donates $10,000 to EFF

Directs choice words at Sony 'goons'

Tron: Legacy 3D Blu-ray disc set

Review2011's home cinema demo movie?

NI Auditor: Data sharing could mean more dosh for pensioners

Northern Ireland has so far found £14m in unclaimed oldsters' benefits

BBC 'would not kill off the internet even if it could'

W3CBeeb digi-lord's iPad fluffs Tweety slideshow sideshow

Dear Facebook: your privacy sucks

Security not much chop either, says Sophos

Law Commissions call for new consumer compo law

Current regs lack bite, say lawyers

Mother of all Win 7 rollouts: Microsoft eats own dog food

DesktopRolling, rolling, rolling

Touch Calendar

Android App of the WeekCorking connected calendar

Lost records down even though breach incidents soared

Conflicting findings from Verizon report puzzle security watchers

Sony Ericsson still making money, to some surprise

€11m in profit during 2011, thanks to Google

Short domain land-rush coming to .uk could be yours for a tenner

Hunting of incredibly rare two-horned 'unicorns' forbidden

Only hillbilly hunters have ever seen one alive

Seagate sucks up Samsung storage biz

Pays $1.375bn to boost market share to 40 per cent

Flash cache exploit debuts in Amnesty attack

Cash from chaos

Apple-branded unicorn spotted at 3

It's breeding season for white iPhones

How to cut management overheads with VDI

Not that easy, actually ...

The best sci-fi film never made: Also-rans take a bow

Some classic works, but they didn't make the cut

Facebook forced to reinstate snogging men pic

Had labelled kissing clothed chaps 'sexually suggestive'

NASA funds commercial Shuttle-replacement spaceships

Cheese capsule battles rivals for ISS ferry work

Twitter eyes up its biggest client

But it's not the only one courting TweetDeck

Terrorists stamp on Indy's Kate Middleton jelly bean

Let's print this sh*t anyway, declares delightful URL

Dying quango says Britons oppressed by the Man

What did the Romans ever do for us?

Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Android smartphone

ReviewThe Playstation phone in all but name

Scottish news site hit by 'DDoS attack' in run-up to elections

Not happy

US proposes online IDs for Americans

Obama administration moves ahead with plans for adoption of internet IDs

Acer announces shock slump in Q2 PC shipments

New prez, new problems

Virgin Media Superhub customers still hitting big speed bump

Firmware updates yet to fix glitches

Angry Birds Magic up some NFC love

Nokia finds a use for the C7 ...

Microsoft markets 'collection' of PCs to consider

Thirty choices

Rogue Twitter counter app punts survey scam


UN promises self-driving intelligent cars

Only thing lacking is... standards

Modern-day ninja in epic battle with riot police, robot

Swordsman who laughed at bot, gas, baton rounds felled by Taser

Wills and Kate to wed live on YouTube

Gawd bless yer Web 2.0 highnesses

Smartphones eat games handhelds and cameras for lunch

Serial category killer?

Music spending stops defying recession (and gravity)

We've run out of wrinklies who can reform

Top IT sales guy leaves HP

'The time was right'

Brussels threatens to name ISPs with 'doubtful' market practices

ISPs: If you rip us off, Neelie Kroes will cut you

Opsview beefs up Nagios system monitor

Some REST APIs for the wicked

Samsung threatens Apple in response to patent lawsuit

'You sue us, we'll sue you'

Man arrested in crackdown on pro-WikiLeaks DDoS spree

And then there were six

People watch movies on stuff

Streaming remains minority pursuit

Fedora's Lovelock Linux is beta ready

Gives GNOME a big hug

Rackspace fluffs up load balancing for clouds

Goodbye HAProxy and Nginx, hello virtual Zeus

Microsoft imposes security disclosure policy on all workers

Redmond joins security advisory mill

Intel reports record first quarter

Double-digit growth across the board

Texas grandma gets first 'Super Wi-Fi'

White spaces open for email, Skype, religious videos

Kindle beats Apple's closed book on choice

Open...and ShutSync sells (some things)

Hardware boom boosts IBM in Q1

Software, services keep the dollars rollin'

Google pours millions into wind power

How to blow your cash

Carriers have bad rep

‘Telcos suck’ says AMR

Fraudsters target disaster searches again

The usual scumbag sucker-punch

Top-secret US lab infiltrated by spear phishers – again

IE 0day leads to theft of data

Yahoo! blames quarterly tumble on Microsoft search pact

Not what we earn, how we report it

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