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Ten... Core i5 laptops

Product Round-upSandy Bridge computing on the go

Folder Organizer

Android App of the WeekYour UI, the way you want it

Server flash cache deathmatch: Bring it

CommentGrease up and grapple, contenders

Hackers pwn PBS in revenge for WikiLeaks doco

Tupac and Biggie Smalls fake news LOLZ

CEOP announces 'record results' in child protection battle

'Loving being under supervision', says new head

Daleks given a well-earned break

Off to put their feet up, says Steven Moffat

Android Marketplace starts cleaning house

Console emulators first against the wall

Skype pushes gaming software down users throats

VoIP firm disables unintentional adware-style push

Polaroid goes Gaga with instant printer refresh

Paparazzi in your pocket

Ousted Egyptian prez fined £20m for net cut-off

BT engineers left quaking in boots

eBay calls for cheap 4G networks

Tat bazaar turns operator lobbyist

Twitter forced to hand over user details to English council

Tyneside councillors hang spank Mr Monkey

EU parks disk drive mergers ahead of competition probe

Concerns over pricing, innovation

Stealth hovercraft armada poised to invade South Korea

Nork mud commandos get their skirts blown up

Linux 3.0 all about 'steady plodding progress'

20-year-old Sneaky Weasel comes into view

Multinationals out themselves as big Aaas fans

Comment60% more MNCs will 'migrate to the cloud' this year

Government plans cyberweapons programme

Cabinet Office and GCHQ lead on developing offensive cyber capability

Samsung Solid Immerse rugged phone

ReviewPlop and drop

'One size fits all' EU data law would undermine rights, says Clarke

Just too risky

Sony restores PlayStation Network in full

Back from the hack

Apple sues teenager for white iPhone conversion kits

Lam to the slaughter

Official: Apple to float iCloud on 6 June

Bringing sexy back to online storage? Really?

Robot air fleet can launch mid-air from cargo plane's ramp

Hundreds of jet decoys can fly from Hercules 'birdcages'

Filesharers spread Allied Telesis networking 'backdoor' info

UpdatedNo need for alarm over password-recovery feature, says networking firm

Dell boasts of cloudy server dominance

Whiteboxes on the rise

Depressed Scottish file-sharing nurse gets 3 yrs probation

Enormous karaoke stash 'boosted self-esteem'

Rumours confirmed: NetApp now supports tape storage

OEMing CommVault's Simpana

MP headshot sex rating site: Gentlemen prefer Tories

Pearl necklace set dominates Members' rankings

Nokia gives up predicting sales

Shares tumble on storm warning

Activision calls for duty with premium subscription

Profits set to shoot

Opera extends Speed Dial with Swordfish beta

Thumbnails evolve

MIPS enters Android Honeycomb tablet race

ARM and Intel face potent Chinese competitor

Malware from Google Market menaces Android users

Security firms sniff out threat so Google doesn't have to

Pentagon: Hack attacks can be act of war

Military response possible

World Health Organization: Mobile phone cancer risk 'possible'

Not 'probable'. Not yet

Zencoder serves HTML5 video freedom in spades

Leg up for Video.JS and Google WebM

Twitter slaps 'follow' button on third-party sites

Follow Justin Bieber. Without leaving Justin Bieber

VMware eats Socialcast for collabware

Munches way up the stack

Apple ships removal tool for Mac-menacing malware

MacDefender Defender hits the streets

Wake up, Linux hippies: No one 'morally obligated' to give back

Open...and ShutOpen source selflessness does not exist

Danes ban busty babes, Oz okays for teens

Between titillation and kiddie porn

Germany’s rights-holders hit freetards hard

ISPs hand over 300k addresses each month

HP issues annual exploding battery recall

If you checked yours before, check it again

Apple nemesis sues iOS, Mac, and Android devs

Lodsys in freak $1,000 wager with Jobsian coders

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