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Climate denier bloggers sniff out new conspiracy

Moon landing faked ∴ climate science faked ∴ study of conspiracy believers faked

Google's stats show few Android tablets in use

AnalysisJust don't tell Amazon

Hackers claim to have Mitt Romney's tax records

But beware bait and switch fakery

Google snags patent on price discrimination

A sucker found in every cookie

Ex-pat IT pros have oversized packages

Japan and India pay more, but your wage may go further in developing nations

CIOs urged to take BYOD pleas with pinch of salt

CIOs can get away with it and satisfy the meddling kids

TV Now PVR-as-a-service shut down

Optus' fair use argument dismissed by High Court

Mio Spirit 695 LM satnav review

Map updates for life – hoorah!

Health Dept teases suppliers with mega NHS systems cash windfall

Holds conference on 18 Sept to discuss electronic staff record system

Amazon pitches cheap new Kindles for Blighty

Priced to sell

STORServer backup beast heads list of top tools

Analyst's guide

Titans of tech: Why I'll never trust 'em

Sysadmin blogWorld is what it is, but I yam what I yam

'GNOME people are in total denial about what their problem is'

QuotwPlus: 'We are amused here, all of us'

Edgy penguins test-fly Ubuntu's Quantal Quetzal

ReviewBeta 'bongo bird sluggish, crash prone - but it's here

Why I've got a sync'ing feeling about Amazon's new Kindle Fire

Open ... and ShutBezos' tablet is a pocket cash-register you can't escape

Windows Server 2012: Fickle pricing smacks Europe, Oz, Japan

'Market dynamics' mean you'll cough up more

Twitter to world: We have NO rivals, ha ha ha!

But will Asia will have the last laugh?

Fox to release movie downloads weeks before discs

Prometheus launch playing with fire?

Watchdog barks at EU plan to hand asylum-seeker database to cops

Brussels says it's fighting terrorism but EDPS calls it 'erosion of rights'

Emotional baggage

Something for the Weekend, Sir?There's nothing quite like a well-packed lunch

Amazon to create 5,000 UK jobs in Kindle Fire hire

Web souk can't wait for Christmas

First Irish-speaking virus holds bloke's computer to ransom

Póg mo thóin!

Huawei Enterprise's Muscles-from-Brussels Vanhamme scrams

Exit sparks hunt for new Europe channel chief

Judge: Apple not liable for dropped, broken iPhone screens

Lawsuits a pain in the glass

New broadband minister snubs 'ugly' fibre cabinet gripes 'cuts red tape' to speed up cabling rollout

SSL BEASTie boys develop follow-up 'CRIME' web attack

Ill Communication

Facebook seals Instagram buyout for roughly $715m

Despite sub-$1bn price, photo-sharing founder is 'psyched' ... bitch

Sparkfun punts bonkers banana-piano kit at hardware hackers

PicsProbes turn grub and other stuff into USB keyboard

Hold the chips: Apple axes Samsung RAM order for iPhone 5

Thanks for the memories

FCC to TV broadcasters: Ready, set ... give your spectrum up

Methods to the madness – and the money – go live today

Phone hack cops nick journo over data taken from pinched mobes

Op Tuleta officers arrest suspect #12

Listen up, Nokia: Get Lumia show-offs in pubs or it's game over

AnalysisLumia verdict: People, not pundits, will make or break this mobe

NASA's spy sat snaps Curiosity rover burning tracks on Mars

Life-hunting nuke tank's trail visible from space

Dredd movie review

ReviewChin up

Intel rolls eyes at flaccid PC biz, cuts $1bn off expected sales

Wall St warned of Q3 revenue downsize

Google beefs up security portfolio with VirusTotal buy

Promises to play fair with anti-virus vendors

Microsoft: 'Update your security certs this month – or else'

October update to block sites using weak crypto

Why is the iPhone so successful? 'Cause people love 'em

Sorry, haters: iPhone tops J.D. Power user satisfaction poll – again

Cash-strapped Sharp puts HQ, factories in hock

Seeks $3.8bn to get iPhone screen plant up to speed

UK ice boffin: 'Arctic melt equivalent to 20 years of CO2'

Older, more stable ice melting as well

Airbus predicts catapult takeoffs and formation flying by 2050

Futuristic free thinking to save both money and space

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