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eBay shopping lands wild colonial in lock-up

Was it the potassium nitrate or the anti-personnel mines?

Feds take closer look at Google plans to buy AdMeld

Hurry up and wait

Cabinet Office government-by-Facebook plans probed

'Get the ICO in,' advises 'Recipe for ripoffs' report

Call of Juarez: The Cartel

ReviewDrugs, thugs and automobiles

Birmingham council backtracks on moving IT jobs to India

Sent an email about it, got no answer

HP's fondle-slab dilemma: What to do when you're No 2

AnalysisThe TouchPad is good – but is being better good enough?

MPs slam government's 'obscene' IT spend

Gov pays 7 to 10 times the going rate

News leech loses appeal on High Court copyright case

Attention scrapers: Headlines are copyright

ICO probes Tory minister PI blagging allegations

I needed two things: a drink and a clue. I knew where to find the first...

Camera Prime

iOS App of the WeekSay, 'cheese'

Revenues down at BT for Q1, share price up

It sucks to be us, but it really sucks to not be us

Three prunes prices of smartphone contracts

Ends call for upfront charges

Symantec bubbles up, though services revenue deflates

'Threat landscape continues toxic and targeted'. Er, quite

Last day on the job for Phoenix IT Group boss

Robinson hanging up boots after 18 years

Jupiter spacecraft mounted atop bloody big rocket

Juno to ride the thrust of five mighty strap-ons

Pwned HBGary Federal boss cancels debate after threats

Barr barred from no-holds-barred battle

Nintendo cuts cost of 3DS by a third

Giant game giveaway too

Film studios thrash BT in Newzbin site-block test case

AnalysisWho comes out of this looking worse?

ICO won't investigate Tory minister

No-one will investigate his investigators

Ashley Highfield quits Microsoft, becomes Scotsman boss

Former iPlayer overlord gets £500k hello

Naughty JavaScript can be planted in IM status messages

Technique shown for ICQ as well as Skype

Ten... in-ear headphones

Product round-upAural fixation

Nearly everyone in SOUTH KOREA HACKED IN ONE GO

Local equivalent of Facebook hit: Fingers point at China

Intel: SSD 320 power loss bricking bug can be fixed

In the meantime, try not to have a power loss

UK's first Stealth fighter in successful catapult test

VidRoyal Navy version of the F-35 shot into sky

Beeb rolls out global paid iPlayer app in €urope

Slab-fondlers lured with Fawlty Towers and so on

Vanishing OEM robs Quantum of black ink

'There's a bunch of people who need to improve'

World first: UK boffins print out working 3D aeroplane

Tech for difficult, shapely beauties like the Spitfire or LOHAN

Lithium cells take salt to extend life

Imide live longer

Ubuntu dressed in cheap elastic support, sent out in public

Public cloud, that is

Ubisoft revisits Internet-at-all-times DRM

Drive away the pirates

DHS scraps nukes-in-cargo-containers scan plan

We will rely instead on Jack Bauer

Microsoft boffins propose cloudy home furnaces

Heat your digs with a basement data center

ElasticStack 2.0 allows clouds to catapult SANs

Sheepdog herds server disks

Bulgarian coeds exposed in hidden camera stuffed apartment

Air-bags, pizza, Florida? You get the picture...

UK Cops 'duped' into arresting wrong LulzSec suspect

Will the real Topiary please stand up?

Dell PowerEdgies built like Marilyn Monroe

'Cos some like it hot

NEC squeezes out Aussie blackspots

Extends DSLAM network in multi-million dollar investment

Pacnet adds Honkers datacentre

Rollout targets Asian cloud

Intel: Apple has online app sales exactly backwards

Hipsters mixing up hats and hammers says chip giant

Sony brings its online bank to Aus

No, seriously...

Cray gears up for big Q4, shrugs off US.gov debt worries

Waiting on Opteron 6200s

Novell's Vibe Cloud floats away

Farewell, web-collaboration service – we hardly knew ye

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