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New Yorker sues Apple: 'Misleading and deceptive' Siri ads

Is the ol' girl getting dumber? Woz says she is

Anchors away for Aus web hosties

Sets up POP in California

CEO takes leave of Sensis

CEO Akhurst out as profits plunge

Halo friends frag harder, longer

Study says more kills and betrayals when friends play together

Microsoft wants super-sensitive finger strokes

Says fondleslabs must go faster to satisfy

IT pros lack recent skills

CompTIA says technology outpaces training

China's online video giants shake hands on $1bn deal

Merger will create new SUPERCOMPANY

Asian PC market slowed by HDD misery

Thai floods continue to hamper shipments in south-east Asia

SanDisk Extreme 120GB SSD

ReviewSata 3 Sandforce speedster

Report: UK falls behind as smart meters rolled out across Europe

'Deregulated' Blighty could struggle to fit smart meters by 2015

ICT for Highlands and Islands fire and rescue 'inadequate'

Wads of cash needed to bring Scots' systems up to scratch, says watchdog

China's soft censors clamp down on micro blogs

'Weibos' riddled with 'harmful' rumours

iPlayer repeat fees threaten BBC earthquake

AnalysisWhat's fairer than 'pay as you go'?

Just like a real computer: Android gets Android IDE

What's developed on Android stays on Android

TuneIn Radio Pro

Android App of the WeekRadio killed the video star

Microsoft hikes SQL Server 2012 price 'by 20 per cent'

April Fools' Day will be no laughing matter

Microsoft shakes SQL Server 2012's business end at big data

ReviewStill holding out for Hadoop

Tim Cook scoffs $11m slice of warm Apple pie

Fruity tech chief flogs 20k shares

West Yorkshire Gay Police Association in email list leak FAIL

Details of Pride sign-ups spilled

Big biz nuts about iPad, says researcher

And that's before the new one was announced

Samsung Galaxy S II punters get a lick of Ice Cream Sarnie

Older models fed Gingerbread+

Sony intros Xperia Sola with no-need-to-touch screen

Cursor controlled with floating fingers

Computacenter's Euro ops outshine sluggish UK biz

Delighted, excited and confident...

JavaScript shogun deflects Google's mid-air Dart attack

QCon 2012Wirfs-Brock preaches Harmony

DLNA blesses HomePlug Ethernet-over-mains tech

Stream your content over power lines

Panasonic CF-53 Toughbook 14in rugged laptop

ReviewA bit of a hard case

iPad 3 benchmarked

1GHz CPU, 1GB Ram confirmed?

Top DARPA bomb boffin in explosive move to Google

Counter-terror expert disarmed by Choc Factory's charm

Capcom to unleash zombies onto UK streets

Clean infected cities with smartphones

CBS supremo: Apple TV is still dead to me, just like ...

Shan't be prying it out of anyone's hands

Phone-hack cops nab six 'including Prime Ministerial horse lender'

Op Weeting plods search gaffs, bracelet suspects

Apple, Motorola Mobility held patent war peace summit

EU Googorola papers reveal licensing chitchat

Blighty's pay-by-bonk gang goes cap in hand to Euro watchdog

Project Oscar files plan, US's ISIS bangs out a logo

Apple to kick start 'iTV' production in Q2

2-5m units pipelined, reckons analyst

Dell splashes cash on SonicWall's powerful firewall erections

UpdatedBuys up biz to lock down end-point to data center

Sony shines light on A57 single-lens translucent snapper

Fixed mirror refresh

TalkTalk takes broadband to 80Mbps

High fibre gobbles

Google bod: Fast net 'absolutely CRITICAL' to UK future

Digital LondonPukka mobile needed to save hard-up Brits

Jester hacker brags of mobe attack on Anonymous, baby-kisser

Pwned by QR code - or wind-up?

Everything Everywhere grabs UK 4G wheel, rivals thrown off bus

Ofcom green-lights 2012 LTE monopoly

Could tiny ebooks really upset the mighty Apple cart?

AnalysisSteve Jobs' last big deal may turn into costly roadblock

Finders of lost mobes can't resist staring at privates

Experiment: Half of them try to find the owners

Lords say data roaming costs 'unacceptably high'

Do something about it, govt told

Atari pings Pong Apple champion wannabes

Bushnell judging $100,000 App Store race

UK Home Secretary approves TVShack's O'Dwyer extradition

Website bod faces five in the slammer

Apple patches steaming heap of Safari bugs

Fixes record number of security vulns, adds speed

Tech industry climbs out of Silicon Valley, moves abroad

Open... and ShutHave open source, will travel

CSIRO: warming up to five degrees by 2070

State of the climate report casts gloomy predictions

EC researchers demo multi-gigabit fibre-to-the-home

Running rings around copper broadband

Oracle revs home-tweaked Linux kernel to 2.0

RHELison gets all kinds of new goodies

Microsoft warns of RDP attack within next 30 days

Mozilla stalls own update because of Patch Tuesday

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