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Apple sits on critical Mac bug for 7 months (and counting)

Unix flaw fixed in OpenBSD, not OS X

Microsoft Office 2007 migration aches foreshadow 2010

Pain now, pain later

Google leaks small biz stats to random people

Traffic data snafu blamed on 'human error'

Say hello to Maxell-branded hard drives

Are you sitting comfortably?

Twitter hunts app-making, security-boosting techies

Can you apply in less than 140 characters?

Microsoft offers Oracle-phobes MySQL migration tool

Data play

TVonics DTR-HV250 DVR

ReviewFreeview+ recorder for yer folks

Brown offers free laptops to deprived UK schoolkids

Home Access scheme gets national rollout

Naked scans: Net cries nude-o-geddon

If gov says 'pants to terrorism', will you feel the breeze?

Small biz sees signs of recession ending

Can you tell what it is yet?

Delivering and deploying software for virtualisation

LabDevelopers, now it’s your turn

Emulex posts higher than expected results...

...on the P&L and in the lab

Nokia gets giggy with it

Gig Finder app shows you to the shows

Supersonic stealth jumpjet in first hover-system flight test

VidBrit pilot fires up Rolls-Royce lift kit

Twitter hack group hits Baidu.com

Chinese search engine giant in DNS hijack drama

Orange denies exec's Apple tablet 'confirmation'

Comments taken out of context, truth lost in translation

Consumer Electronics Show Complete Coverage

CES 2010All the stories, all the tech

US airport body scanners can store and export images

Uproar likely over threat of blurry customs pr0n

Gambling boss gets three years

US ignores geography

Record labels seek DMCA-style UK takedowns

ExclusiveShoot first, check later

SuperSpeed USB roll-out raises steam

CES 2010Official device tally hits 17 - plenty more to come

Nexus One bits and bobs cost $174

iSuppli does the calcs

Freesat BBC iPlayer trial coverage widened

Now available to all Humax Freesat set-top box owners

Volkswagen unfolds coupé concept

Leccy TechDemos hybrid future at Detroit Motor Show

Orange chief engulfed by Apple Tablet feeding frenzy

Actually just said he'd read a magazine about it...

Apple vanishes multi-touch ancestor

Will Cupertino be doing its own Qwerty work?

AOL sets itself mountain to climb with 1,400 layoffs

Wrinkly web outfit axes offices in Sweden and Spain

Avatar renders this earthly life meaningless

Can't go to Pandora? Kill yourself!

Acer announces 'Arrandale' laptops

3D-ready model included

Computacenter says profits 'materially' ahead of forecasts

As Morse signals confidence

2010: The year PC prices go up

Component shortages means end of cheap PCs - for now

US Matrix-style cyberwar firing range goes to Phase II

Duplicate internet for gov war-malware trials

Home Office misses Brussels' Phorm deadline

Guess who could pay

Nokia Booklet 3G

ReviewMobile maker's netbook debut

Frustrated bug hunters to expose a flaw a day for a month

Fed up about getting exploited about exploits

Browsers could host a (simple) database

APIs for offline data access

Latest Asus Eee Keyboard desktop demo'd

CES 2010 on VideoMulti-touch panel included

Data breach howlers to get up to £500,000 fine

Ministry of Justice awaits Parliamentary approval

Canada quashes Yes Men hoax with phishing claim

Too many boys crying wolf

Spider-Man 4 washed down plughole

Maguire and Raimi exit project

European court pulls plugs on terror stop and search

Another clumsy fail for the Home Office

Star Trek to boldly go (again)

Stardate 2012 for sequel undocking

Judge blames RealNetworks for DVD-ripping ban

Snuffs antitrust claims against Hollywood

Android and WinMo updates going head-to-head

Smarter smartphones inbound?

Google flaps free flag in white space database race

Competing to catalogue unused spectrum suddenly trickier

DARPA cuts back on Cray super project

Say goodbye to $60m

Women to 'chest drive' Bulgarian airbags

'Simulated breast prosthesis' - sport before you import

Google releases Nexus One SDK

Now, if they can just sort out the rest of it

Honda beats rivals to hybrid coupé launch

Leccy TechTake that, Peugeot and VW

Is it art or is it pr0n? Australia decides it's ALL filth

Won't someone think of the pictures of children?

Phoenix to rise from Martian ashes frost?

NASA checking for signs of life from Red Planet lander

Making big ones out of small ones: RNA networks

Memory aggregation

Police cuff citizens for videotaping arrests

Film a cop, go to jail

Sun, Fujitsu juice entry Sparc box

Yes, Sun still sells servers

Open-source BI specialist gets in-memory boost

Jaspersoft bundles up for the enterprise

Nokia opens Ovi Store for N900s

One Maemo 5 update away

'God help our smartphones,' vicar prays

Plough Monday ploughed under

South Korea sets up cyberwarfare unit to repel NORK hackers

M*A*S*H with hackers instead of medics

Google unveils GDrive that's 'not the GDrive'

Storage for any file on Google Docs

Next-gen iPhone rumored for April

When is 4G not 4G?

Hackers pluck 8,300 customer logins from bank server

New variation on an old theme scheme

Apache mulls end to 1.3 and 2.0 web server releases

Lack of developer interest

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