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Cybersecurity contractor warns of virus on own network

When this server's a-rockin'...

European Parliament wants criminalization of online 'grooming'

Hosting dodgy chatrooms too

Google on trial over Italian 'defamation' vid

Execs face jail time for Turin teenagers' taunt

'Infinitesimal magnetic tornadoes' set to ravage computing

Calling it qits

Microsoft SKUs Windows 7 clarity

Ultimate fixation

Aerielle i2i Stream 2.4GHz music streamer set

ReviewWireless music streaming for dummies

Panasonic promises slimmer, greener plasmas for 09

Less power hungry and with a thinner body

US airforce to get ground refuelling robot

'Greetings, plane.' 'Greetings, fuel unit.'

Tazzari specs up UK-friendly electric runabout

'Leccy TechHeir to original Mini concept to get right-hand drive

Parliament probes privacy law

Could give it legislative 'nudge'

Bluetooth message saves scousers' livers

Mobile connectivity enrolled in battle against antisocial behaviour

Kids' sites 'must register moderators'

New checks on staff

MySpace fingers 90,000 nonces

That's the ones it knows about

Competition regulator kyboshes Project Kangaroo

UpdatedStrewth

Netbook demand surge to slow next year

Acer to become Nokia of netbooks, claims researcher

Garmin and Asus partner for satnav phone series

Entire range of GPS-centric handsets en route

Google Earthlings fly to Mars

Now enjoying extraterrestrial extras

T-Mobile to release more G phones this year

G1 follow-up to launch in 'coming weeks and months'

Firefox 3.0.6 fixes yet another JavaScript bug

Coffee bean counters

UK data breach costs swell

UpdatedPGP-sponsored estimates far exceed TJX reality

Sage struggles in subdued market

Company remains upbeat despite rising debt

Born Again Delphi

StobA word in CodeGear's shell-like

Google will tell your mates where you are

If that's what you really want

EMC and Microsoft ignore elephant

Don't mention the VMware

Police pursue crime suspect by Wii avatar

Have you seen this Mii?

Nokia 6600 Fold clamshell phone

ReviewStyle over substance?

Samsung touchphone leaked online

Memoir revealed early

China, India to escape carbon hair shirt?

UN's climate veggie thinks so

SkyBox cracks open as Microsoft Mobile timetable leaks

All the integration you can eat

HP says weak pound won't force a price hike - yet

Lets Dell battle alone against sagging sterling

Primary schools hit by smut hack

Sleaze merchants infiltrate kids' web pages

Storage vendor bloggers - losing data or losing the plot?

CommentSo does EMC's Center really lose data?

Half Life 2 used for firefight fire drill

Boffins adapt shooter to teach safety

Twittering Dell coughs to Latitude E4300 delays

Blames 'components issue'

MP wants Welsh text on ID cards

Ddim at cela, ddim at arswyda

iPhone Nano arriving in June?

Telco lets slip possible sucessor launch date

BT puts the 'free' back into 'freephone'

Free calls to 0800 numbers, even from mobiles

Citrix boosts seat count for XenDesktop

The other, and shipping, virtual desktop

Geekerati brace for Unix timestamp milestone

Party like it's 1234567890

Windows 7 UAC flaw silently elevates malware access

Weak links in chain of trust

SAP goes modular with Business Suite 7 launch

Smaller bites easier to swallow

Microsoft search bribery machine refuses to pay up

UpdatedeBayers meet NoPayPal

Sun christens once and future Supernovas

Arise, AT7480 and AT7880

Google's AOL stake walks the plank

A $726m loss? We'll take it

GooSoft shapes super White Space database

TV technology bits battle

Man robs convenience store with Klingon sword

Revenge is a dish best served with Slurpee and microwave burrito

IT questions Obama's IT stimulus

Don't Buy American

Open sourcey bulletin board offline after hack attack

phpBB coughs up names, addresses, passwords

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