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VMware inhales SlideRocket for its cloudy presentationware

Next, a heavenly word processor and spreadsheet?

Windows phones send user location to Microsoft

All there in the fine print

Google moves to extract more from Apps

Free isn’t forever

Sony hack revives Oz disclosure debate

Calls for disclosure laws and security guidelines

Smartfish Whirl Laser Mouse

ReviewRocking rodent

Teens who spend time online not dorks after all – study

Get more sex, drink more. Don't wear seatbelts either

Council forks out £160m: The last of the schools deal cash

Last BSF dosh doled out to construction and ICT supplier

MySpace bids expected this week

Six line up for knackered social network

Sky to show FA Cup match in 3D

Man C, Man C, Man C vs Stoke, Stoke, Stoke

Sony shows MacBook Air-like Vaio notebook

Eee Pad Slider-style netbook-cum-tablet too

London Olympics ticket grab ends with website wobbles

'Darling, what's this £926 on my Visa card?'

Toshiba readies über-thin 7in touchscreen

Tap tech integrated into LCD

Silver Lake and SMART Modular: The Privening

Hefty Flash'n'RAM firm to vanish off stock market

ARM jingling with cash as its chips get everywhere

Fondle-slabs, jabber-slablets, TVs - just not computers

Memo gives full details of Nokia staff cull and closures

Exclusive7,000 axed, many closures in Elopocalypse

Love Bug malware-inspired film gets big screen premiere

Boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy writes virus ...

Nintendo blames puzzled public for 3DS sales shortfall

Punters not getting it, apparently

Save the planet: Stop the Greens

CommentClimate change is a serious problem, but the solutions are a joke

US Senate weighs in on phone tracking

Stern letters dispatched

Cops hunt man who befouled drugstore's cough drop stash

P*ss artist leaves foul taste in cops' mouths

Vote now for the best sci-fi film never made

Reader poll50 classics vie for cinematic glory

China sets out space-station plan, asks public to name it

Orbital heavenly palace to get ISS-style robo supply pods

Free and subdomain hosting lets phishing sites live longer

Chinese now cop flak as well as PayPal, Western banks

Acer Iconia Tab W500

ReviewFunction-before-form fondleslab

Sky in surprise duct-and-pole-sharing trial with BT

'Price only indicative', so watch this space

Apple confirms white iPhone 4 on sale tomorrow

Fanboys all a-quiver

VMware takes a new direction

CommentPromises PPT presentations everywhere...

OCZ shares trashed by short seller's research note

I did bad stuff, but I also built a company with no venture capital, says CEO...

MIT Media Lab appoints college drop-out, socialite

Can you learn physics by intuition?

Supermarkets trounce telcos on mobile services

Happy shoppers

Apple breaks location-storing silence

Admits underestimating stupidity of its users*

CenturyLink borgs Savvis for $3.2bn

Rural telco morphs to cloudy IT provider

Duke celebrates royal nuptials with pugnacious portrait

Hail to the King - and not the next but one

Amazon fine print limits potential credits for cloud outage

Rackspace CTO talks EC2 failure

Barnes & Noble answers Microsoft's anti-Android suit

Cites 'exorbitant' fees, 'absurd' restrictions

Friendster wipes data slate clean

Rebirth or slow friendless death?

Feds move to uninstall bot that hit banks, airports, cops

Drainage of Coreflood continues

Dell borgs CIT financing partnerships in Canada, Europe

Dude, you're going to get a Dell ... banker

Google Docs app lands on Android

Offline access not included

Citrix profits fluffed by XenDesktop, NetScaler

Q1 better than expected, 2011 targets raised

TomTom sorry for giving customer driving data to cops

'Anonymous' info used to set speed traps

Cisco aims network code at 'Linux kernel for the cloud'

Ex-Sun man goes OpenStack

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