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Feds claim 'largest ever' CD piracy bust

Ricky Martin revival rumored

Yahoo! targets! Stanford! students!

Have some music - the first hit is free

Will you blother reading a bloring blook?

Emergent Literary Award in ambitious rebranding bid

'Be' Broadband updates on 24 meg service

They're trying hard, honest

Adaptec slips SAS under the wire

Storage Expo, LondonSerial storage killers escape early

Pillar pops up in Europe

Storage Expo, LondonDo-it-all storage vendor

Evesham pitches leaner NAS

Storage Expo, LondonFlash-based controller is a LeNA fit

Quantum taps DPM for low-end snapshots

But it's still pushing tape too

In Motorola vs Palmsource, who catches the OS?

We think Palm wants its baby home

UK broadband to get faster next year

BT expands trials of 8 meg ADSL

Claranet buys French hosting outfit

Artfully done

Data retention compromise mooted by EU Ministers

Holding on, and on and on

Space age scanners headed for airports?

Inspired by bats, naturally

Start-up buys Solid State Solutions

Storage roll-up

Oz Swiftel case settled in a shroud of secrecy

So, what happened? No ... really ... what happened?

ID card pricing announced

Home Office claims support of 75% of the public

PlusNet buys into LLU

Hooks up with Easynet

Researchers name gene suspected in Tourette's syndrome

Picked out of a line up

LLU falters in UK

'Cause for concern'

Compressed air could help bridge digital divide

The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind

Turkey new hotspot for holidays and viruses

LettersA politically flavoured bag of letters

Google Earth: the black helicopters have landed

Competition resultsHundreds of 'em

US firms get more for their IT bucks

Better managed than UK counterparts

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