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'Super rogue wave' scuppers Lego pirate

Video (.mov)Australian experiment shows how giant waves emerge

IT urine bandit fired and charged

Did that IT guy just pee on my chair? Yes

SharePoint 2010 now supports Chrome, Firefox

Latest versions of third-party browsers supported, but IE6 cast out

Ice age end was accelerated by CO2

Core study fingers culprit before  'big melt', not after

Digital inbox players go postal over names

Australia Post fails in court takedown of new rival

Scientists plan 3D printable robots for the home

Downloadable droids for every task

Sedna shrinks after new measurement

Trans-Neptunian object way smaller than Pluto may carry water ice

Intel goes back to school with StudyBook tablet

Chipzilla getting down with the kids

Netgear Powerline Nano 500 Ethernet-over-mains adaptor

ReviewMains-line networking

Asian recruiters on the prowl for IT managers

Jobs market looking good for ex-pat pros

Anonymous turns its fire on China

Over 480 gov and biz sites hit by hacktivist blitz

TfL tosses another $33m at CSC

Outsourcing extension tacks another 27 months onto contract

Sync 'n' share startups hawk safer BYOD file-sharing

Like Dropbox, but with locks on

Apple tells staff to 'capture' iPad 3s with Wi-Fi troubles

No-quibble replacements offered

Lords give automatic smut censorship bill the once-over

Opt-in web filth law will keep you safe from fun

LSI's Nytro bombshell blows roof off next-gen PCIe flash

Rebranding exercise gave us an eyeful

Zanther Taposé

iOS App of the WeekIll-fated MS tablet tech comes to iPad

Samsung rolls out ultra high-speed microSD cards

UHS-1 interface

Tesco's Blinkbox gets Disney films

Simultaneous release with future physical media

United Nations gifts NORTH KOREA with tech worth $50k

HPC blogA glimpse at Kim Jong-un's IT wish list...

Ofcom calls for end to 0800 charges on mobiles

Freephone should be free, not 21p a minute

Apple and publisher pals hold up US and EU watchdogs

Firms wriggle over ebook price-fixing probe settlement

StorSimple in swerve towards biz data

Clouds hang around new boxes' back ends

Panasonic sharpens system cam selection with snappy GF5

World's fastest focuser, apparently

Aliens Blu-ray disc set

ReviewThey mostly come out at night. Mostly.

Fake cop Trojan 'detects offensive materials' on PCs, demands money

Crooks exploit those embarrassing files we all have

UK top dog for home Wi-Fi usage... almost

Ahead of all... except South Korea

Google's Page: Dying Jobs called ME, I didn't call him

Plus: Facebook don't bother me none

California judge hauls in Samsung CEO, bigwigs for Apple to grill

Koh Choi blow joy for Cupertino in patent tussle

FCO splashes millions on Johnny Foreigner's energy 'awareness'

CommentBritish Empire reborn – 'outdoor relief' for the climate class

Motorola brings 3G to Xoom tablets

Better mobility

PLASMA GERM BLASTER GUN invented for cleaning skin

Set phaser to 'sterilise', Dr McCoy

IBM ramps up to catch up with undisclosed Netezza demand

Running out of boxes was 'great'

550,000-strong army of Mac zombies spreads across world

Infected machines, not blank-eyed shuffling fanbois

Asda knocks out Kobo e-reader for £49

Cheap reads

HP Labs chief Prith Banerjee departs

'Presided over demise of a once-great facility' - mole

Apple has 7.85in 'iPad Mini' in its labs

Multiple sources say so, claims blogger

A month to go on Cookie Law: Will Google Analytics get a free pass?

AnalysisSlippery ICO can't be pinned in privacy mud-wrestle

Minecraft maker plots ultimate videogame for coders

Star tech

Gorging Dell crams Canadian legacy-app rebore outfit into cakehole

Belly-busting goliath on the Make

CSC, NHS extend jaw-jaw on disaster deal: 500 jobs go

Fail to reach deal over twitching corpse of Lorenzo

Sky News admits two counts of computer hacking

Brazens it out with public interest defense

Viacom's anti-Google copyright case rises from the dead

Appeals court: DCMA squabble can go forward

Sophos shutters partner portal after hack attack

Suspicious software found on security firm's servers

Apple's stock price swells above stuttering Google

Somewhere, Steve Jobs is smiling

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