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Online attackers feed off Norton forum purge

Silence isn't golden

Sun beefs servers with SSDs

Pushes open flash module

BT job cuts start to bite ahead of March deadline

And contractor rates cut

Atrato looks for cash to fill out sealed canister storage pitch

The other sealed drive supplier

Game creator slams Wii MotionPlus

Didn’t really add anything, claims developer

Sennheiser MM50 for iPhone stereo headset

ReviewsTime to chuck out your Apple set?

Online gambling safe from EU regulation

Job for member states

Latest subject for peer review? You

Wisdom of crowds gets personal

UK trade mark and patent fees to drop

Really? We'll take six!

Screeching rails close London Tube station

'Health and safety gone mad', thunders commuter

Pair of Nokias comes with more music

Third phone is Nokia's first with an internal FM antenna

Apple allows Twitterers to f**k the iPhone

App offers unexpurgated obscenity

Critical kernel fix stars in Patch Tuesday updates

Excel 0-day threat remains unpatched

French yoof offered Halo-esque electric buggy

'Leccy TechCan be disabled with a text message

Supercontinuum tickle-spot offers analogue-to-digital leap

Boiling optical mega-waves mastered in analogy flurry

Sony to unveil PSP... car?

The Citroën C-Crosser to come bundled with console

ID and Passport Service brings in ad men

What about... an orang-utan... playing guitar?

UK's net radicalization plans are 'crude, costly, counter-productive'

Get with the positive, says report - but will that wash?

AMD has sold Nintendo 50m Wii GPUs

Lotta consoles, lotta chips

Health department data practices are sick, frowns ICO

Doctors not impressed either

Google tosses free texting

iPhone app vendors betrayed

UK extends VAT crackdown as EU OKs cut-rate cobblers

Bike menders, hairdressers to spearhead recovery

Russian pops сабоs in pancake-eating contest

Winning face-fill proves fatal

Acer K10 DLP pico projector

ReviewSmaller than its own power brick

Channel 4 fails to open archives to Mac, Linux fans

4oD stays locked behind Windows

PRS v YouTube: No UK vids, but royalty row runs and runs

Not talking but hopeful

Swedes say nej to Sofia 'Dark Knight' Englundh

Batting away Ledger fan's name plan

Apple restyles iPod Shuffle

Controls off the player onto the earphone cable

Microsoft tempts enterprises with 'temporary' license cuts

Recession-busting 25 per cent off

Call of Duty kicks Grand Theft Auto at awards night

Game biz hands out gongs

Chinese crackers create counterfeit iTunes racket

Talkin' 'bout key generation

Have IT vendors been hit harder than IT departments?

Comment: Less hiring, more firing, but still a net gain

Gov: High-tech engineering (car making) will save Blighty

AnalysisSqueaky wheel gets the grease

BBC mobile gets pimped

Making the most of screen estate

BT rebuts database security breach claims

The very idea

Phorm CEO clashes with Berners-Lee at Parliament

Ertugrul demands privacy panel opt-in

Windows app store breaks old ground for Microsoft

Pitches 'honesty' not better price at Apple

'WALL-E' robot grunt obeys military hand signals

Vid'Follow' 'Stop' 'Door Breach' 'Kill All Humans'

Child offered for sale on Xbox Live

Cops on the case

Apple preps netbook 10-inch touch screen thingy

Tablet anyone?

Microsoft's IE regulatory date with fate extended

End of 'traditional' IE suggested

Google plugs your surf history into ad money machine

Wades into interest-based ads behavioral targeting

Kremlin-backed youths launched Estonian cyberwar, says Russian official

Mea Culpa without the culpa

Spansion gets Nasdaq delisting notice

Flash giant spiral continues

Real ID law to receive makeover under Obama

Battered, not dead

National Semiconductor to lay off 1,725

Two plants down, three to go

Hitachi cops to Dell LCD pricing conspiracy

'Bilateral meetings'

SEC: Magical stock brokering software was a fraud

Two Californians allegedly steal $40m with fairytale app

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