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Apple design bloke Ive finally honoured properly - with Blue Peter badge

Yeah not you, Scott Forstall

ICANN boss Chehade in China charm offensive

He wants an open and fair internet ... in China?

Singaporean men in naked web cam extortion scam

Pants down with bulging wallets out

Investors toss another $96m into Violin's instrument case

Forget the gold standard, give us paper backed by Flash

Online crims are getting away with it down under

Just eight per cent of perps charged, five per cent of attacks come from foreign powers

John Lennon's lesson for public-domain innovation

Open ... and ShutIP protection hurting, not helping, US and UK

Wikipedia's Gibraltar 'moratorium' - how's it going?

World's most interesting territory just gets more interesting

Phone-bonker Bump tells desktop users: We swing both ways now

Just press that button and your PC will give up the goods

Twitter row goes to court, beak says man must cough £17,500

And say he's sorry. On Twitter of course

Ex-pats take note: China IT salaries set to jump 40 per cent

It's a tough market but riches await some tech specialists

Crucial question after asteroid near-miss: How big was rock in Olympic pools?

BBC gets the measure of space boulder 2012 DA14

Brace for MORE ZOMBIE ATTACK ALERT pranks, warns security bod

Passwords left on default, kit facing the web, and worse

Ubuntu? Fedora? Mint? Debian? We'll find you the right Linux to swallow

Distro guideGo on: Stick a toothpick in the Penguin platter

Own a drone: Fine. But fly a drone with a cam: Year in the clink

VidEggheads furious as US state mulls ban on 'peeping-tom' craft

Barclays: So sorry about LIBOR... How about some free Wi-Fi?

1,500 branches to become coffee shops minus the coffee, food and tables

What do YOU look for in a tech CEO: Smart, sales savvy, his own hair?

From Apotheker to Ballmer - our guide to who's in charge and who should be in charge

Top Firefox OS bloke flames Opera for WebKit surrender

Why we'll never switch from Gecko, says Mozilla CTO

Amazon, eBay, banks snub anti-fraud DNS tech, sniff securo bods

'Other defences' available, they'll move when they're good and ready - Nominum

Iceland thinks long and hard over extreme smut web ban law

IP-address blocking and filters proposed to cull violent vids

Russian boffins race to meteorite crash lake as shard prices go sky-high

Space rock hunters flog fragments at $10,000 a piece

Mega-rotund Dotcom's Mega gobbles up Bitcoin payments

Virtual currency'll do for premium file-swap accounts

Acer's Wang: Size of PC shipments to shrink month after month

'Bottom out' prediction for Q1

Hard Man of Facebook: We might just eat those cheap TLC flash chips

Micron's teensy 3-bit NAND chips could feed FB data centre beast

VMTurbo 'invisible hand' control freak grabs more virty servers

Economic engine to be applied to networks, storage, and public clouds

Telstra opens up footy app

AFL for Optus, Voda customers as well

Incumbents plan new trans-Tasman cable

30 Tbps for TNZ, Telstra, Vodafone

Bill Gates: Windows Phone strategy was 'a mistake'

'Not satisfied' that Microsoft isn't leading in phones

AMD: Star Trek holodecks within reach

ISSCCExec explains heterogeneous computing to Geordi La Forge

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