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Firefox support extended to older Android mobiles

Experimental builds for phones with ARMv6 chips

Hacker uses Kindle as Raspberry Pi screen

DIY instructions await the brave or foolish

McAfee: Emma Watson riskiest celebrity search

Malwaria activissima

AMD previews Piledriver, Ivy Bridge SeaMicro microservers

Stretches Freedom interconnect fabric out to storage

UK's loyalty set for £1.2bn Huawei reward

There's a good boy...

iPad no flight risk says Federal Aviation Authority

American Airlines allowed to use in-cockpit fondleslabs “in all phases of flight”

Oz court to test AdWords' WHOLE BUSINESS MODEL

Regulator insists ad placements can misled and deceive

Samsung accused of sex discrimination in China plant

Electronics giant's woes continue as CLW turns the knife

Archos 101 XS 10.1in Android tablet review

Magnetic keyblet combo, anyone?

Microsoft urges devs to 'lead Windows 8 app land grab'

Give the people what they want - ASAP

Ambitious Alibaba wants to take on Android

There's only one way to settle this...FIGHT!

Apple's soon-to-be-slurped securo firm shrugs off crypto warning

Windows passwords exposure confusion

WD to parade flash-disk mutant for Wall St moneybags this week

Thinner, 'extreme' capacities promised

Want to avoid another cookie law mess? Talk to EU bods next time

'Dear ICO, sue us ... We're sick of you and this ridiculous cookie law'

Gov IT bods must shield their budgets from gov's knife – Socitm

Increased use of council ICT services putting the squeeze on managers

Array biz Nimble: Quick, lob us $40m before storage giants wallop us

Hybrid racker needs VC cash

Kelway Holdings sales shoot up despite recession

But acquisition of ISC sends costs through roof

Blighty battles Oz for stratospheric supremacy

PicsAmateur ballooning rivals meet for head-to-head showdown

Acer racks up Xeon E5s, picks fight with US server bad boys

From little seeds giant oaks shipments grow

Trams crashes through £20m sales barrier

Apple and HP reseller stays on track despite economy

What a card: Brit boffin Alan Turing stars in Monopoly tribute set

Bletchley Park flogs custom board in honour of code-breaker

More 'iPad Mini' tat pics leak ahead of Apple's big unzip

Rumour mill in overdrive for 7in tablet

Everything Everywhere swept away by its own 4G hype tsunami

EE rises to promise 16 cities next-gen mobe broadband

Phone-hack saga: Prison officer cuffed in cop bung probe

Operation Elveden nets another suspect

Laugh all you want at 'the cloud' - it'll be worth '$100bn by 2016'

Public-facing services to coin it, predicts IDC

Windows 8? Nah: Win Phone 8 should give Apple the fear

Open ... and ShutTiled phone, not PC, could put Redmond on top

Backroom music streamer Omnifone palms first profit

Stuffs wallet with Sony and BlackBerry cash

Google skids car insurance comparison engine onto rivals' lawn

Now, Brits, tell us everything about your motors

Shuttleworth drops one million cluster bucks on Ceph upstart

Linux moneybags funds Um Bongo's cloudy file system

Cable offers to shower UK biz in taxpayer gold to stimulate growth

Govt-backed bank may pump bioscience, tech sectors

There is life after the death of Microsoft’s Windows 8 Start button

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Google's Nexus 7 tabs 'can't perform' if flash RAM crammed

Fondling fandroids say slab needs hard reset

Zombie PC herders issue commands from Tor hideout

Bury command server deep in the onion

Who'll save the 100 most endangered species? Microsoft, apparently

No, not Nokia engineers. Well, not this time

Viewsonic 22in Android 'tablet' hands-on review

First lookPasses the Google test and then some

Pirate Bay co-founder named in probe into Logica, tax office hacks

Warg hauled back to Sweden for copyright cooler stint blacklists Fujitsu from future contracts - report

Not good enough for government work. Cutting

Al-Jazeera's mobe news feed hijacked by pro-Assad hacktivists

More breaking news on the conflict in Syria

Day-long outage 'not a hack,' claims GoDaddy

Just a little router trouble, that's all

Channel legend Howard Strowman dies

CEO at Westcoast Asset Management

Microsoft betas System Center service pack for unified control

SP1 beta increases InTune integration

iPhone to account for half of US economy by 2030 - projection

America to get rich selling Foxconn gizmos to itself!

Touch tech firms tap Intel for factory cash

IDF 2012Chip giant to keep Win8 touch bandwagon rolling

Intel demos next-generation voice and gesture interfaces

IDF 2012Offers a million bucks for the best 'perceptual computing' idea

Intel to turn Ultrabooks, all-in-one desktops into giant tablets

IDF 2012Can't beat 'em, join 'em

Thomas-Rasset faces $220,000 file-sharing bill after losing appeal

Court rules $9,250 per track is constitutionally fair

GNOME hacker: Culture isn't holding desktop Linux back

'There is no single simple issue to fix'

Fuel VFX goes up in smoke

VFX house's staff gone, buyers in the wings

Content convenience squeezes freetards: Swinburne Uni

Auntie’s Dr Who experiment shows the way

NASA reports first sighting of dry ice Martian snowfalls

Carbon-dioxide flakes form and fall

More cloudy goodness in NeCTAR funding round

Cloud clusters countrywide

Reviewers say ‘yes’ to Higgs boson data

Close to rubber-stamping the discovery

Woz to visit Oz

Wearing his Chief Scientist hat

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