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Novell delivers another mediocre Q3

Like clockwork

Teen data on Myspace compromised

Hack allows 'private' entries to be made public

Fine unlicensed software users, says BSA

Lobby calls for 'harder enforcement stick'

ATI unveils HDCP-native chipset for Intel CPUs

RS600 debuts as Radeon Xpress 1250

Guidelines needed to protect anonymity

It's an information free for all

Russian abuses apparatus in sex doll rafting race

Disqualification shame for aquatic Romeo

HTC touts record results

As i-mate rolls out latest smart phones

IBM beefs up security in global services

CommentGood news for big business, but what about SMBs?

Fujitsu preps perpendicular laptop HDD for Q4

Anticipating Intel's 'Santa Rosa' Centrino update?

NASA satellites spy on forests

Tracking trees in a changing climate

UK examines civilian use of UAVs

Skies filled with drones by 2016?

Japan tells Apple to probe burning battery problem

Risk of big fires fines if it doesn't

Gov stitches up IT price cuts

Great deals?

Sony ships 'world's fastest' DVD±R burner

Claims 18x burn speed

Dell kits out XPS 700 gaming PC with Core 2-class CPUs

Order backlog cleared?

Logica feels the labour pinch

Raises prices to fuel staffing

Beatles fan foils Scouse blag

Help!

Mac OS X-friendly OpenOffice to go public next month

No more X11... soon

Southampton Uni's computer whizzes develop 'mini' grid

A safe place for students to play

Emulex to buy Sierra Logic for $180m

Storage start-up cashes in its chips

EC moots telecoms super-regulator

Competition drive

O2 closes call records site after security flap

Phreaks like us

New guard take over at Morse

Make me feel brand new

Pope calls a meeting on evolution

Not known whether God will attend

Nuns have multi-point mind-link to God, say researchers

Er, sort of

Samsung models skinny 3G phones in Europe

Oh la la

Reporters Without Borders petitions Steve Jobs

As Chinese hacks sued senseless for iPod plant exposé

TomTom ships a pair of Ones

One-touch GPS gagdet updated

Core 2 Duo jargon decoder

Intel's dual-core technical talk translated

Core 2 Duo-ready software compendium

Enter the age dual-core computing with these Core 2 Duo-friendly applications

Ryanair joins the rush to allow inflight calling

Hello, I'm over the Atlantic

Thousands hit by AT&T website hack

D'oh

Violent porn crackdown

Possession loophole to be closed

Creative adds wider screen to Zen Vision PMP

Full 16:9 ratio now

No frills Rackable makes flashy Terrascale buy

Plain kit, sweet file system

Intel exec hired as top VC spook

In-Q-Tel funds another CEO

Berners-Lee calls for Web 2.0 calm

AnalysisFamiliarity breeds contempt

Soldier takes aim at HP printer

Shreds it

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