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Protestors target Google over that video

Thousands insist YouTube should take down offensive film

US wireless downloads hit 1.1 trillion MB/year

37% increase in smartphones helps wireless subscriptions top US population

Japan's Renesas set for £1.6bn rescue plan

Japanese microcontroller-maker to receive government rev-up, says report

China's tech elite crack Forbes' Rich List

Tencent, Baidu, Alibaba founders in with the big boys

Big Blue Fellow lured aboard by Dell

RAID inventor to give Austin a good beefening

Free games for all after EA discount code goes viral

SNAFU meant one code worked multiple times, for multiple people

Iran blamed for ZTE's 260 PER CENT profit slump

Chinese tech giant will close loss-making offices

Asus N56VM 15.6in notebook review

Audio enhanced entertainer complete with a separate sub

OFT writes volley of stern letters to naughty web retailers

You are in serious danger of getting another letter

SAP customers fancy licence payments 'holiday'

No staff = no users = no usage

NURSES' natural DESIRES to be SATISFIED, by technology

No more drinking tea and filling forms, empty that bedpan

Tremble, operators: UK gets ACCURATE mobile coverage guide

Who is this stranger come to free us from your lying maps?

British car parks start reading number plates

And tell the world you went to see Twilight

Microsoft launches ad-funded Xbox Music audio streaming

Consoles, Win 8 kit even iDevices to be covered

Sky support dubs Germany 'Hitler's country'

Told you not to mention the war

Miniature Baumgartner jumps from 128,000ft

Playmobil Lego or it didn't happen

The 3D die stack tack: Toshiba builds towering column of flash

Resistance is futile

Jam today: Raspberry Pi Ram doubled

All boards now ship with 512MB

Spiceheads keep Austin weird at IT's Comic Con

Sysadmin blogI'll tell you what I want, what I really, really want

Apple extends fail-prone Seagate HDD swap scheme

Own an iMac bought in or after October 2009?

Win 8 ready for slate ... but biz customers can wait

Who needs to be touchy-feely in the corporate IT world?

Water, water everywhere on the Moon: But not a drop to drink

Solar wind doesn't bring on the rain

Microsoft Halo 4 launch countdown continues as game leaks online

Master Chief makes premature ejection

Japan's Softbank offers $20.1bn to take big gulp of Sprint

CEO: We're coming to America

Windows 8 ads hit US screens: Death Metal, exploding laptops

Someone get a small kid in here, I can't work this

Amazon reportedly looking to buy TI chip-maker at heart of Kindle Fire

If you want something doing ...

Femto fail: Vodafone's Sure Signal gets a bit shaky again

Requires occasional square-wave in power supply, says Voda

Retailer leaks iPad Mini price list starting at £200

But inventory leaker admits catalogue could be filled with placeholders

iPad voice app back after patent spat: Mute kids get 'voices' back

You WILL think of the children, judge insists

Second LulzSec member pleads guilty to Sony hack

HideMyAss didn't hide his ass

Affected by ebook price-fixing? Amazon has a few shiny pennies for you

Publishers' settlement cash will go to customers

Investors shovel another $10m of 'fuel' onto the SkyFire

Whose side are you on? Server side?

Paid secur-o-ware is generally better than free, but not always by a lot

Some big names well down the rankings in lab test

AMD to decimate workforce several times over?

Plus maybe the first born male children - reports

Watchdog: Gov bods should rummage through BINS for FOI data

Files sitting in electronic trash cans fair game for disclosure – ICO

13-inch 'Retina Display' MacBook Pro to uncloak next Tuesday?

Unconfirmed notebook to join unconfirmed tablet at unconfirmed event

Leaked AT&T files show planned anti-piracy measures

Blocking websites and handing over repeat offenders

Mellanox etches software-defined networking onto SwitchX-2 chips

Working on OpenFlow controller for fabric manager

GIANT EYEBALL PANIC ends: Oceanic peeper identified

Sadly, alien origin debunked

Global notebook sales tank in recent months

One company bucks the trend big-time. Wanna guess which one?

Kindle DX delisted by Amazon

Large-screen e-ink reader quietly retired

Cisco rolls up its own OpenStack distro

Cloud control freaking on UCS rackers, Nexus switches

NZ blogger names source for data leak tipoff

Kiwi self-serve privacy outrage continues

Android app dev dashboard update eases headaches

Reworked Google Play Console brings better UI, more stats

Yahoo! hires! top! Googler! to! revamp! operations!

Marissa Mayer gets her man – for a price

Planet hunters double down with FOUR-STAR SYSTEM

Amateurs pluck nugget from Kepler data

Last month ties for WARMEST September on RECORD

'Is it hot in here, baby, or it just you?'

Engineer designs glass slipper on Quora

You shall go to the ball, Cinderella

Rackspace touts OpenStack private cloud prowess

When will OpenStack split into enterprise and development releases?

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