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Microsoft tempts Kinect developers with bacon

Is there nothing bacon can’t make better?

HP's server, PC, and printer businesses stumble

Is Whitman HP's long-awaited Lou Gerstner?

Tor launches DIY relays in Amazon cloud

Easy to build, cheap to run

Jamo S 426 HCS 3 home cinema speakers

ReviewStanding room only

Ofcom denies privacy to drunk-dial-and-drive trucker

Complaint backfires on thirsty pantechniconist

Chief Rabbi: I admire Jobs and Apple and use my iPad daily

Meant no disrespect to dead bearded Buddhist biz baron

Bed-hopping Big Blue pops up in sack with DataDirect

Saucy giant puts it about a bit

Huge US command-&-control airship gets quantum optics

Fibre-fat pipage for 'Blue Devil' aerial computer warship

UK retailers launch pre-Xmas sales Yank style

Paint it Black Friday

Tablets mean tubby HDDs must get thinner - A*STAR

Porky platter wobblers must trim their bulging booty

Successful space station shift change by Russian rocket

NASA commanders ride up and down courtesy of Moscow

Lapse It Pro

Android App of the WeekSpeed it up

ePlods charge man, 60, with chick-lit MP Twitter threats

Bonkbuster pol slightly out on age of bullying 'kids'

Security takes a backseat on Android in update shambles

Mobe makers sit on new versions for six months

US trade body rejects S3 'Apple nicked our IP' claim

Early 'did infringe' ruling ruled out

We're searching for life, Jim, but not as we know it

Boffins less fussy about what's a space alien

Man faces prison after enormous red chopper panics woman

Cops feared it could have prompted an evacuation

Coders are creatives too: Where's our love?...

OpinionThe underappreciated class

Fake doc cuffed in concrete arse shocker

Performed buttock-boost with 'cement and flat-tire sealant'

Apple boots MacBook Air wannabes out of slim case fabs

Building an aluminium ultrabook? Forget it

Boffins one step closer to Terminator vision

I want your clothes, your boots and your computerised contact lenses

Amazon's Android-friendly Kindle Fire splutters

Open ... And ShutAcclaim comes cheap

Facebook 'shrinks' six degrees of separation theory

Define friendship... bitch

No Xbox Live hack say insiders

But gamers losing money to phishing scams

Nimble Storage gets a little clustered

Scale-out coming

Hideous orchid that just wants a one-night stand found

One to definitely regret in the morning

Market watcher ayes claim iPad 3 to sport 1536 x 2048 screen

More dots before your eyes

UK nuclear: Walking into darkness with eyes screwed shut

Comment'Watching brief' will be difficult when lights go out

Ten... Monster tellies

Product Round-upThe big picture show

Gates: Novell are sore losers, Word trounced WordPerfect

Microsoft supremo testifies at antitrust hearing

Superhero oil-burping algae will save the world

No more war, no more tree-hugging hippies lecturing you

Netflix raises $400m to steady its global expansion

Movie rental firm taps investors for extra cash as it moves into Europe

When geeks turn Green: Performance tune your energy bills

Part 2How to stick up a fat two to the Big Six...

Facebook phone rises from the dead, again

'Hey, I've died twice'

Russian diplomat caught driving while 15 TIMES over booze limit

Blood supply was boozier than a glass of claret

Poll: One in six interrupt bonking to answer mobile

I'm never too busy for you

Acer eyes 'untapped' rural China as West snaps purse shut

PC-maker plans to make cash by penetrating farmers' market

Russian Mars probe heads into space WITHOUT ENGINES

Boffins baffled by rising orbit of Phobos-Grunt

Solar-powered data centre won't get IBM very far...

Big blue bombast

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

ReviewGripping Link

Cyber-cop Trojan used iTunes flaw to spy on crims

Gamekeeper turned poacher

Got a few minutes to help LOHAN suck?

Home-made vacuum pumps... bright ideas invited

The top five spam subjects sullying inboxes

FW: Re: Your malware ARTICLE 123508 is enclosed

SCC11: final results banquet, winners feted

Smelly cheese consumed

Samsung jumps into bed with Google TV

Telly service needs a lot of lovin' right now

Council not fined after 7,200 sensitive files dumped in skip

SHOCK! Unencrypted records left on PC

World population's appetite TO DOUBLE by 2050, boffin warns

Change farming attitude to help poor nations or face catastrophe

Cutting-edge Mirasol display finally comes to e-reader

South Korean 'Fire' touts next-gen screen tech

'Nervous' London bankers run mock cyberattack exercise

Banks test resilience of financial system as Occupy protestors mass outside

MS and Samsung tout interactive table

Surface paradise?

Penguin pulls its e-books off library shelves

Fed up with Amazon giving away its stuff for free

Microsoft pockets VideoSurf to create big search waves

Hell, forget the metadata lets SCAN instead

EU: Apple-Samsung row could be stifling competition

Standardisation, IP could be TOOLS OF EVIL

Nuclear power will let NASA Mars rover beat 1970s Soviet record

The throbbing plutonium heart of Curiosity

Samsung strokes big bulb that'll keep going for decades

Hopes it doesn't go down like a LED balloon

Pure Storage attacks EMC heartland

Taking the fight to Fibre Channel

US broadcasters team up to make Facebook for TV

Hey, TV is like orgasms - not something you do solo

Cray takes Oak Ridge super to Titan

Biggest computer upgrade – ever

Despite Android lead, iOS devs slurp scads more mazuma

iPhone, iPad devs laughing all the way to the bank

Groupon offer burns cupcake baker’s profits

Be careful what you wish for

Convirture revs up cloudy control freak

Spanning more OSes and clouds

Apple sucks porn domain names from squatters

'iphonexxxforce.com' forced to come clean

HP to forge x86 Integrity and Superdome servers

HP-UX Unix not making the x86 Odyssey

Amazon set to build Aus data centre

Hiring staff but still quiet on plans

Google mail crypto tweak makes eavesdropping harder

'Forward secrecy' protects data for the long term

Engineers seek funds for world’s largest Tesla coil

Ten stories of electromagnetic goodness

Cracked emails again deployed against climate researchers

Taking the whip to the dead Climategate horse

Oz Post taps telco luminary for new strategy

Your mobile’s in the mail

Attachmate checks into Melbourne for regional HQ

Hires 40 ground staff

Parallel import argument turns toxic in Oz

Vendors vs consumersCanon, Nikon in JB HiFi hissy fit

FCC slips dagger into AT&T, T-Mobile merger

'AT&T's thousands of jobs claim? Pure codswallop!'

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