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EC goes Apple hunting – reports

One Union under iTunes

Supreme Court rules on EPA's bad case of gas

Massachusetts to become Waterworld

Sun to fry NetApp with FISH

Smells like NAS, dude

New vulnerability strikes heart of Web 2.0

More worries for the beta software fraternity

Virgin TV launches Freeview box

Sign of things to come, apparently

iPod case features replaceable clickwheel covers

Transcend touts ExpressCard Flash disk

Use for next-gen PCMCIA slot found at last

NHS delivers on X-ray specs

Reaches computer milestone

BestTreatments.co.uk goes private

Now charging for access to medical info

iPod owners want radio in next player - survey

More important than screen, size, capacity

Bill Gates's Corbis loses battle for corbis.net

Fails to demonstrate bad faith

US to consider evoting reform

Are you paying attention, Mr Blair?

Aaardman signs three year deal with Sony

Fully recovered from Dreamworks split

Intelligent machines expert heads for the hills

Utopia in the Highlands?

McKinnon loses fight against extradition

UpdatedFaces US trial on Pentagon hack allegations

French claim fastest train title

TGV hits 574.8km/h

Plusnet servers stuffed by spam

Hiccups ahead of email migration

US Navy ponders robot carrier planes

Maverick and Goose for the breadline

Google primes DoubleClick bum rush

$2.6bn Microsoft spoiler

China reveals nuclear lunar rover

Heading for the moon in 2012

Make your own mobile network

US start-up offers MVNO DIY

Serenity beats Star Wars in sci-fi movie poll

Aiming to misbehave

Computacenter reels in Allnet

Immaterial benefit

Free music has never looked so cheap

AnalysisDRM's gone. Now the problems begin...

Sony US cuts PSP Core Pack price

15 per cent off

Robot Cop ends tense Massachusetts siege

Motorised go-kart plod saves the day

EU needles Apple, EMI

Banging the DRM

Magnet supports give way at LHC

Ian McKellen has an alibi

Microsoft hits Middle East pirates

Student copies mis-sold

Giant pirate dumps cartoon lover on MySpace

LettersBe afraid

JavaScript hijacking - a new exploit, or not?

Have you heard it all before?

Xerox makes $1.5bn document management buy

Inking into the channel

Expansys set to float

Updated:Share sale ahoy

HP ProCurve recruits allies for war on Cisco

RebelProCurve Alliance promises interoperability testing and joint promos

Homeland Security grabs for net's master keys

All your DNS lookups are belong to US

Renting elastic servers

Strange name, interesting idea

Trash-talking Texas sues RadioShack

'Exposed victims to dumpster-diving' ID thieves

Slammed by the WTO, slammed at home

AnalysisIs Gonzo moralism at the DOJ on the way out at last?

Informatica wins $25m, maybe more, from Business Objects

Will judge give 'willful' BO a triple-kicking?

XenSource caters to Windows 2000 laggards

Fresh release for aging OS

Imagine, it's Cup time

Go to Hull, and win (again)

Windows Vista license change tackles virtualization

Thin client, not so fat wallet

Napster purrs over Q4 sales

More downloads tethered than expected

Data Domain readies de-duping IPO

Rival Quantum hopes to cash in

Marvell gets [SIC] on Sun's NIC

Licensee located on Neptune

Cisco инвестирует в России

Opens wallet for Russia's Amazon.com

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