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Apple update plugs security vulns

Beefs OS X, Java, Safari for Windows

Google euthanizes radio ad biz

One trick Mountain View pony

VIA spins mini-mobo disk array

Big disks, small package

Microsoft goes retail with own shops

Line for Zunes starts here

FTC gives behavioral ad punters one last chance

Voluntary self-regulation's final shot

Rackable stomached $31.3m loss in 2008

Mystery customers cut cord

Cisco Linksys Media Hub 500GB home NAS

ReviewThe wireless router company does NAS

The dark horse in data centre I/O simplification

CommentThree candidates, not two

Credit crunch hits school rebuilding programme

The new abacuses are here kids...

GM Volt to get regular software-style updates

'Leccy Tech'Blast, I've bricked the gearbox'

Hospital boss slams patient records system

Euthanasia kindest option for failed NHS project

Wakefield does a Brum with possessive apostrophes

Second council drops 'confusing' punctuation

Non-shiny black iPhone images unearthed

Unseen model number spied too

Networked radar barrage balloons pass milestone

Poor man's defence against poor man's missile

Huawei shows tiny HSDPA Wi-Fi hotspot gadget

One mo' for i-Mo

Facial-recognition tech now used to greet hotel guests

'Welcome back to the Grand, your Highness (82±13%)'

Samsung crafts solar-powered phone

With recycled plastic body

Cocaine now cheaper than lager

Line 'em up, please barman

McAfee sales strong despite recession

Security firm rides out economic storm

Jacqui's jihad on web extremism flops

Counter terror ambitions countered by reality

Taliban man loves his iPhone

Fundy fanboi

Paul Allen's cable firm files for Chapter 11

Indebted to debtors

Rogue fishing skipper faked own death

Jail for author of premature obituary

Hacking the Apple TV

Part 2Adding new file formats

Serial security hackers hit F-secure

Sequel SQL assault

Semiconductor industry tries to re-architect itself

CommentConsolidation to boost Elpida

Mozilla asks developers to take Bespin for a spin

You truly belong here with us among the clouds

Cowon unveils sexy satnav-capable PMP

Watch films and find your way home

World's nuttiest MP3 player aimed at Acorn fans?

BBC Model Beech

No Android launch at MWC, says Samsung

You'll have to wait until H2

50m PSPs sold shipped globally, says Sony

There's life in the old gal yet

Tesla opens skirt, flashes bit of S

'Leccy TechBlink and you'll miss it

Danish sex museum loses wood

Financial crisis proves hard on Copenhagen

Twitter breaks Jam Festival record

You raised How Much?

CERN Proton-smashers: We are economically valuable

Bitchslap for Drayson 'research to benefit economy' call

PacketVideo opens doorway to Android

Google fans told to down browsers for the duration

Wanna see how to use Win 7 UAC to pwn a PC?

Just press play...

Kaspersky breach: No user info lifted, auditor confirms

But data was exposed

Defacement archive Zone-h gets defaced

Web graffiti attack harks back to age of innocence

Amazon pulls Japanese rape simulator from shelves

NSFWVile game not intended for Western audiences

Apple fights iPhone unlocking (again)

Wants jailbreakers jailable

Twitter attack exposes awesome power of clickjacking

Hard to stop, harder to resist

Intel's future Xeons to share sockets

Westmere mobo tock but no tick

Unix world braces for geekgasm

UpdatedPOSIX clock g-spot

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