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Full Tilt Poker boss arrested over $430m 'Ponzi scheme'

Hands himself in to authorities over missed payments

Judge: Twitter offers free speech, American style

Just don't expect privacy, too

Pretty returns to telco land with Mahindra Satyam

Lands chairman role, set to drive A/Pac expansion

DDoS blackmailers busted in cross-border swoop

Cyber hoodlums targeted gold and silver traders

Orange San Diego Intel-based Android phone

ReviewFirst Atom-powered smart talker

GPS spoofing countermeasures: Your smartphone already has them

AnalysisBAE Systems gets to where Google was in 2007-odd

Border Agency comes out with another e-Borders deadline

Pop it in the diary so you can have a laugh in 2014

Big Data megaslurp 'to save £30 BILLION pa', raves thinktank

Gov should be more like FaceGooglezon! <wipes foam>

Security boffins brew devilish Android rootkit

Experimental vileware turns your mobe into a TRAITOR

Will Android, HTML5 tempt tabloid tablet tyrant Rupert Murdoch?

AnalysisWants his balls back from over Apple's garden wall

Amazon buys 4-person 3D mapping startup, claims report

Accidentally hit 'buy with one click'?

Mexican election loser and Anonymous say vote was 'fraudulent'

Nameless chaps say bad things found on server they hacked

Tosh handed $87 MILLION fine in LCD price fixing case

Japanese electronics firm vows to fight verdict

Micron 'fesses up: Yes, we plan to eat limping DRAMurai warrior

Signs 'definitive sponsor agreement to acquire and support Elpida'

CERN catches a glimpse of Higgs-like boson

Answer to life, the universe and everything coming soon

US defence biz fined for busting China arms embargo

No need for cyber-spying - just buy the damn software

Who runs UK? 'Tories, Lib Dems and Google' says Labour

Harman: Number 10 can't stand up to web giant

Can you judge a man by his Twitter followers?

Sysadmin blogThe enemy of my enemy is my Facebook friend

Google Maps takes shelter from the British summer

Indoor mapping comes to Blighty

Sluggish banking sector brings us down, moans Redstone

Integrator sales flat in fiscal 2012, but it's close to break even

Speaking in Tech: Apple, Oracle and Google SUCK at cloud

PodcastPlus: Does VMware's acquisition of DynamicOps change the game?

BBC TV boss George Entwistle nabs director general post

Ofcom's Ed Richards sent back to his spreadsheets

YouView launches with pricey premium DVR

No low-cost option. No unique content. No chance?

Microsoft claims Wii U is Nintendo's play for Xbox 360 gamers

Ninty, natch, disagrees

EC competition concerns stall UK's superfast broadband plans

Scrutiny of BT and Fujitsu deals 'will not delay rollout', insists gov

Cisco, Fusion-io's blade lovechild in EMC flash face-off

Blocks and FilesWill VBlock partner be forced to line a rival's pockets?

Apple to build freakish headgear with peripheral vision

Files patent to fill fanbois' fields of vision with shinies

Samsung fails to stall Galaxy Nexus sales ban

Google pulls mobe from Play store, works on fix

41 London tube station platforms now WIRED for Wi-Fi

HELLO, HELLO. I'm on the Underground

HTC bags UK win in patent war with Apple

No infringement... plus 3 patents lobbed by Cupertino ruled invalid

Sophos slips Junk into gap left by departing EMEA veep

No word on Ciaran Rafferty's permanent replacement

Boffins pull off room-temp quantum computing with home-grown gems

Diamond test gives hope to luke-warm server strokers

New site hits beta, flashes SINGLE typeface to punters

Designer: People want to get in, get what they want, get out. Quickly

Arrow ECS gets in on cloud aggregation game

Not so sceptical now, are we?

New UK network touts FREE* mobile broadband

* After you've watched these adverts

Euro Parliament kills ACTA treaty before court can look at it

Intellectual property is theft, says Brussels

Ten... alien invasions

Sci-fi round-upTake me as your leader

Bill Gates: iPad is OK, but what Apple really needs is a SURFACE

Still has his old knack for branding

Facebook: Our phone app DID seize your email

Blame the bug... bitch

Japan Anonymous aims to fight download law by picking up litter

Japanonymous aligns itself against nuclear power, too

Facebook signs on for Malaysia cable

Putting the social into a new network

Crafty cuttlefish mimics male and female – at the same time

Too sexy for my body, on the right side only

Apostrophe’s cause problem’s in e-health system’s

Record stupidity in Australian PCEHR rollout

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