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Chaos feared after Unix time-zone database is nuked

Developer sued for copyright infringement

Intellectual Ventures wages patent war on Motorola

Claims 6 infringements of its property

Panasonic HM-TA20 underwater camcorder

ReviewTaking a dip

Mixing network traffic types on Ethernet

Expert ClinicA recipe for success - or disaster?

MoJ shops for ICT provider for Her Majesty's prisons

3-year deal to give services to crim-managers

TDK fires up LASERS to double hard drive capacity

HAMR blow to disk heads

Open Range rural broadband goes titsup

WiMAX on satellite frequencies – what could possibly go wrong?

TomTom ties up traffic with Top Gear

MORE POWER, insists Clarkson-voiced satnav

IBM attracts Crocus to magnetic RAM biz

Big Blue wants stiffer poles

Quote of the Week: 'I shave my balls for this?'

QuoTWOur weekly round-up of what the tech world says sells for $500,000

Smut site address commands stiff price

MS kills, un-kills Zune HD media player

Posts death sentence, pulls it, denies it

Altec Lansing iMT630

Accessory of the WeekRocking all over the world

ISPs must be honest to keep net neutrality alive, say watchdogs

Being transparent is now a good thing

HTC brings Beats to bigger blower

Sensational sound and size

Samsung predicts galactic profits

Huge smartphone sales drive third quarter earnings

HP denies shipping TouchPad tablets with Android

Probe launched

Cambridge Audio iD100 hi-fi dock

ReviewDigital-only interface for audiophiles

Sony tempts Potter fans with free 3D BDs

Buy a Sony player, get Deathly Hallows discs

Google Books app splurts 3 million titles in UK launch

Book-grabber faces off with Kindle and iBooks in Blighty

London 2012 Olympics: 17000 athletes, 11000 computers

UpdatedAcer: 'It won't run on Vista like we said it would'

Microsoft's €5.9bn Skype slurp to get EU rubber stamp

Just Russia, Ukraine, Serbia and Taiwan to convince

Virgin extends network with Orange

Roam onto Everything Everywhere

Lightsabres to illuminate Christmas dinner

Romantic lighting enjoy you will

Here come hypervisors you can trust

Intel to the rescue?

Furious HP staff stage protest over job cuts

PhotoLaying down on the job ... at a trade show

Samsung, Google delay next-gen Nexus launch

iPhone 4S release noise would drown out their signal?

Sony wants Ericsson's half of their mobile biz

Firm fancies fighting Apple and Samsung all on its own

Starbucks extends gratis Wi-Fi to UK

Not airport sites, though

Post-pub nosh deathmatch: Kapsalon v quesadillas

We who are about to dine salute you

IE security hole sewn up for Patch Tuesday

It's that time of the month. Again

BT hauls Digital Economy Act back to court

Last chance for telco to slay the beast

HP names Ubuntu top dog for OpenStack cloud

Secure, scalable, "business class"

Old Napster guy’s fan letter to Spotify upstart

'Grasshopper. You are almost as cool as I once was'

Visa muscles into Olympic pay-by-wave with microSD kit

Non-NFC gadgets to join Samsung's 2012 phone for on-site payments

'Silent majority' is content with elderly Java, says startup

Prise version 6 from cold dead hands

Google hits the boozer with own brand of beer

What ales thee?

AmEx 'debug mode left site wide open', says hacker

Customer cookies 'at risk'

Samsung, Micron bake 3D chips for next-gen RAM

Not-particularly-cube-shaped cubes prove faster

Geek girls lauded on Ada Lovelace Day

Tweets, sites big-up world's boffins of the female persuasion

Skye IT goes titsup

Reseller hits the wall after credit dries up

Ellison's cloud conversion is good for business

Open...and ShutSkeptic turned evangelist to win CIOs

Ofcom admits 4G auction will slip

More consultation aimed at placating all parties

This Dianamania is a slur on Jobs

OpinionLet's remember him properly

Galaxy Tab Oz ban ruling due next week

Apple, Samsung wait with bated breath

Oracle settles with Feds over price gouging

Larry loses one – actually, 199.5 million of them

Job creation better than expected in the US

Pink slips for IT workers, though

Microsoft gets trademark for retail store plans

Sadly no way to copyright cool

Homeland Security bungles 'pre-crime' tech test docs

Minority Report surveillance didn’t submit the paperwork

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