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eBay scamming automation primed for fraud

Bots it all about, Alfie?

Two more laptops light up

Dell breathes a sigh of relief: one of them's an Apple Mac

Star Trek stuff up for auction

Set headlines to cliche

Big shows and little legs

CommentThe bell tolleth for some

Plextor preps CD, DVD zapper

Blitz the data on to-be-binned optical media

Woman forces US record industry to drop file-sharing case

Dangerous precedent set

IT is a cost not a money-spinner, biz says

And compliance a huge drag on IT budget

Wales seeks broadband deal

Open for tenders

TabletKiosk adds Intel CPUs to UMPC line-up

Celeron M, Pentium M join VIA C7-M

Tech Data profits melt in Q2

Curse of EMEA strikes again

Can phones challenge iPods?

Pay a premium, but download tunes over the air

PartyGaming buys Gamebookers

Plays its hand outside the US

Apple rejects Norway's 'unfair iTunes' charge

But admits it could make the iPod-only limitation more obvious

Online child safety card debuts

Net-ID-me

PDA sales in freefall

All a bit sluggish

Norway knuckles down for long iTunes fight

Shape up, consumer council tells Apple

Photonic crystals pave way for lab-onna-chip

Clever stuff

Avid buys Sibelius for a song

Shareholders score $23m

An introduction to rules engines

And why not

Evolution reinstated in Kansas

Nearly - it's a slow process after all

Razr cuts deep into Sprint Nextel

Q2 profits slump

Sony Ericsson Cyber-shot K800i photo phone

ReviewAnd the best 3G handset yet?

PlusNet admits customer emails are lost forever

But don't worry half of it was spam anyway...

VoIP hacking exposed

Calling up exploits

Red Giant fails to devour Brown Dwarf companion

Saving it for later

Gateway punts Core 2 Duo workstation at corporates

High spec

Ford, Mazda to drive in-car iPod integration uptake

General Motors too

Real inks Mozilla distro deal

As Firefox gets stability update

Scientists create real-time arousal-adjusted artwork

Come up and see my etchings...

UK gov spoiler for critical ID report?

Wait for the indi view tomorrow

What are we going to do about click fraud? Form a committee!

Save the Golden Goose

You're 0wn3d! Wi-Fi driver hack attack demoed

UpdatedThird party, fire and theft

IBM nets MRO for $740m

Minds the assets

Microsoft predicts 10-year road to online riches

Stop waving your wand at us!

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