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Adobe gifts internal file permissions to unwashed masses

Directory traversal shocker

Code dandy Transitive adds laptop, legacy Solaris/SPARC plays

Helping the damned

Sling Media intros simplified Slingbox

Pro model comes to UK too

Sling states SlingCatcher release plan

'Hardware SlingPlayer' due in UK in Q1 2008

Yahoo!'s insanity over Zimbra and Google's plan to rule open source code

Radio RegOh yes. It's Open Season

SlingPlayer Mobile released for S60 phones

Stats office deal sparks confidentiality fears

Possible Patriot Act entanglement raises hackles

Lobby group calls for police database access for prisons

Hopes to reduce in-custody death toll

Magazines go online in iTunes-esque move

Read all about it in PDF

Canadian privacy commissioner slams TJX data policy

Record-breaking data leak was 'foreseeable'

Microsoft: New Live Search 'as good as Google'

'And better than Yahoo!'

Tulip tries to buy back Commodore brand

Wants to get back into 'entertainment' products

US retailer Target lines up pink iPod Shuffle for charity

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Space station barney kicks off in India

Constructive debate, we're sure

Federal judge slams Patriot Act

Feds push for new, zestier Fourth Amendment

VoIP says hello to the iPhone

Ready to develop, if users want it

Hint of next PS3 spied on web

FCC website gives tantalising glimpse... sort of

Avnet to gobble up Acal

Eyes up EMEA market

A little more Conversation, to get in on the action

Symbian handsets get threaded messaging

Samsung SGH-G600 mobile phone

ReviewAll camera and no connectivity?

Jailed worm author offered job by victim

$133K salary awaits Fujacks fiend

Sharp rolls out latest Blu-ray recorders

Four new models to watch

Japanese to patent transparent frog

Boffins in mutant albino batrachian IP brouhaha

Channel wins the war, but salmonella wins the bacteria race to space

Note to despots: You can't kill the internet

Burma's wave of dissent floods through firewall

Dawn on its way to the asteroid belt

Lift off, at last

NASA holds vomit-comet docs v robosurgeons trial

Bones McCoy jobless before even born

Greenland's super-melty summer

Ice is sooo last season

Hospital's brand new '£1m' server room goes up in smoke

Money's too tight for air-con?

BenQ touts skinny, touchy-feely digicam

Pyramid flies white flag in Microsoft grey market row

Parallel import fight settled

Foam hinders Halo 3 disc scratching down under

MS foam home

Cambridgeshire letter bomber found guilty

Bedroom bomb factory in mother's house

Experts fret over credit card compliance

PCI DSS fails to settle SMEs

D-Link switches to green to make more green

Everything's gone green

Gateway launches iMac-alike all-in-one PC

World's cleverest AC adaptor too?

Adopt this dog or we'll kill it

The no-nonsense approach to rehoming mutts

Cisco borgs call center software maker Latigent

Tastes like Web 2.0, chicken

Blueberry heir loses libel suit against drunken lothario

Gorilla-fisting comment didn't sit well, apparently

Verizon lifts pro-abortion text message ban

Declares 'great respect for this free flow of ideas'

Two US computer engineers charged with espionage

Seeking to sell chip designs to Chinese military

Oracle embraces old Java apps in next IDE

Preview two

How to expose Gmail contacts without really trying

Onslaught of Google bugs continues

FCC wireless plan torpedoed by Google-loving mega-startup

Frontline takes a hardline

Hynix leaves DRAM market spotless

Falling prices causes memory loss

Oracle teams with Dell, EMC for warehousing

Pre-configured hardware/software package gobbles data

Brazil braces for TV soap-induced blackout

Climax of Tropical Paradise menaces power network

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