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Apple to conquer connected TVs? Steady on, lad

AnalysisReport of telly kit success misses the mark

Dagenham council: Only language our tenants understand is SMS

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Apple accused of starving French reseller of hot stock

iPhone maker hauled into court over throttled supplies

DRAM it: Elpida, Toshiba may hook up

Anybody seen a white knight?

That Brit-built £22 computer: Yours for just £1,900 or more

RaspberryPi beta boards sell like hot cakes at auction

NASA's twin GRAILs reunite in lunar orbit

Formation-flying probes reach the Moon

LG to show 55in, 4mm-thick OLED TV at CES

Four-colour pixel tech on display

Area 51 to host sci-fi knocking shop

'Alien Cathouse' will cater to 'all flavors of geek fantasy'

Asus primed for 7in tablet outing

No more wait for late slate?

Nokia rests Symbian's future on a bunch of muppets

Sesame Street pals star in eBooks for handsets

HP teases next Ultrabook launch

Spectre wafts out

BlackBerry PlayBook in US price plummet

Everything must go - for $299 each

Samsung Series 9 900X3A laptop

ReviewThe almost Ultrabook

Asus drops GPS from tablet spec after issues emerge

Sleeping satellite?

Japan tasks Fujitsu with creating search-and-destroy cyber-weapon

Zombie boss hunter developed in lab

Steve Jobs action figure set for shop shelves

GI Jobs

Rupert Murdoch and 'unverified' missus in Twitter tangle

UpdatedMedia mogul's account is real, Wendi_Deng is not

Samsung parades dual-display camera with Wi-Fi

Frontal vision

Iron digi-curtain: Belarus nationalises internet

Massive fines to control foreign access

Boffins unimpressed by LOHAN's sizzling thruster

Vulture 2 designers suggest mightier hybrid motor

Asus asked to decrypt Eee tablet bootloader

Let us hack our firmware, petitioners demand

Stratfor so very, very sorry in wake of mega-hack

Private spook biz still reeling from credit card data raid

China's new year's resolution: Build a flash fab

Blocks and FilesIt wants to own all the chips at the table

How Apple won the West (and lost the world)

Open ... and ShutAndroid, even RIM and Java, taste victory

Darth Vader dies peacefully in hospital

Bob Anderson - the man who made lightsaber work of Obi-Wan

Oracle VM whips rowdy virtual machines into submission

Control freak hypervisor and VirtualBox updates unwrapped

Sprint grants LightSquared last-minute stay of execution

30 days to get FCC approval or wireless broadband dream is over

Riverbed could snap up failed WAN optimiser for $10m

Picking up assets cheap

Microsoft celebrates the death of IE6

We come to bury IE, not to praise it

SoundCloud gets US$50m for sonic growth

Mary Meeker joins board

Rhino horn price spike drives record poaching

More than 400 taken to feed crime and superstition

Big cloud Internap eats little cloud Voxel

$30m (or more) to net smaller fish

Mobile software devs to link arms at CES

Lobby group for the appocrats

Very tiny RF transistor made from graphene

Sweden’s Chalmers mixes up smaller, faster microwave electronics

Chip sales sag says semiconductor seller survey

2011 semi flat, 2012 semi hopeful

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