People not really bothered about something get payout for acting like they are
Chipmaker argues EC failed to analyse 'all relevant circumstances'
So nervous about the Feds that he'll have to change his identical trousers
Hmm. Technically, eight and a half
Move could see spy organisation discuss how it operates under oath
Donating to e-sports is for life, not just for idiot trolls
11 months later the fightback begins
HP blames Oracle for causing sales of Itanium chip-based systems to sink
Claims rival has made 'billions' by abusing patented technology
Firm says licensees used threat to squeeze discounts of as much as 97.5 per cent
Figure would trump €1.1bn fine imposed on Intel in 2009
History books hurriedly being rewritten in biggest news story since records began
Firm also promised Zune would change the face of music
A lesson in the fragility of Qantas computing
Well thank god for that
Bring your eardrums to the slaughter
Competition authority fears deal will cause 'long-term damage'
George Osborne to set sights on freelancers to raise £400m
This is still going on?
Characteristic of a systematic decline, claim campaigners
Inventor blames lack of scientists in the Cabinet for paucity of IT specialists
Immersion claims company infringes three patents relating to haptic feedback
Could be viewed as a criminal offence
One beeeeeeeelieon dohlaaaaaars!
But a supply chain loophole lets culprits off the hook
Wait till they see our genetically engineered waspadillo
Network gets its wires crossed over Aerial
Virgin Media and Sky come out on top
They warned you and warned you and warned you
He only says these things because he 'loves this company'
It's a coding cock up, says firm
On the plus side, sunsetting clouds will make a great desktop wallpaper photo
But Philips escapes after grassing the others up
But whatever you do, don't mention Autonomy
Plus our original tipster has a full fix
Readers complain of data penalties and borked machines
Firm could face a fine of up to $6.6bn
Slams allegations as 'wrong as a matter of fact, law and economics'
Shady practices come to watchdog's attention
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