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Conficker outbreak infects Leeds NHS servers


Adobe apologizes for festering Flash crash bug

16 months...and counting

Ex-Intel exec pleads guilty to insider trading

Admits outing Intel earnings, WiMAX plans

Sun's cloud and gaming execs leave Oracle

Kenai reprieved

AMD talks energy with 'Llano' cores

Ceepie-geepie cold Fusion

Delayed Visual Studio 2010 RC due this week

Trimmer fit

OpenOffice is the new David Hasselhoff

Big in Germany. Not so big in Blighty

Intel's 'Tukwila' Itaniums - hot n' pricey

AnalysisHow much for an upgrade?

Shopping sites boost customer savvy

And improve legal compliance, says OFT

New cig peril: Third-hand smoke coats puffers in poison

Deadly 'electronic gaspers' fingered, too

China jails porn-monger

Crackdown continues

IPS's double IT has risks, says commissioner

Doing a good job nevertheless, he controversially adds

Heathrow 777 crash: Ice to blame

Final AAIB report confirms earlier fuel feed conclusion

Google forced to use humans to support Nexus One

Cuts get out fee for T-Mobile contract too

Tories will force BT to open up ducts to rivals

BT already prepping for broadband colonoscopy

Mozilla becomes latest to dump Mac OS X 10.4 support

Tiger, tiger, losing fight

SAP serenely promises to be less bad

You know all that stuff we did? We won't do that again

Safer Internet Day fights online foolhardiness

Kids get CEOP IE - rest of you can look after yourselves

LG preps 'smallest, thinnest' touchphone

Mini very pocketable, apparently

Server virtualisation beyond the x86 environment

LabIs the virtual life outside of x86?

iPad launch raises awareness, boosts disinterest

Not a must-have, but still a shift-loads

Samsung Omnia Pro

ReviewFor business and pleasure?

Touchscreens take lead in smartphone biz

Bumper year for finger-friendly phones

Jedi chapter seeks leader after master resigns

Surrey feels a great disturbance in the force

Battlefield skyhook robocopter 'passes US Marines' test'

Intermesh droidchopper can deliver supplies hands-off

Gmail to get realtime with Web2.0rhea makeover?

Plans to turn email service into Twitter, Facebook wannabe

Iranian net slows to a crawl before planned protests

Shipping tests immoral fibre

Cultists aquiver as Applestore goes into hibernation

Rumour mill grinds out video iPad, 'taller' iPhone

Global gov's shrugging lets cybercrims frolic

CommentSex and drugs and Rickrolling in Madrid

Nvidia launches dual-GPU tech for notebooks

Hybrid graphics done properly

Mobile games developers shift to iPhone

Not good news for PSP or DS

Street View spymobile snowmobile prowls Winter Olympics

All-seeing eye takes to the pistes

Labour Party told to stop spam-calls

While Tory MP hunts for missing emails

YouTube use makes up 10% of mobile data

FTP heading the same way as GOPHER

PureDepth grabs no-specs 3D OLED tech

Looking beyond the active-shutter era

Canadian cops taser 'naked and agitated' man

Baton, dog and pepper spray fail to do the trick

Buster's World gives Guardian Professional balloon-sized headache

Supplier coughs to DirectgovKids porno branding blunder

Avatar whups Confucius's sorry ass

Eastern philosophy no match for 3-D wizardry

Nasuni provides cloud-based filer

Just add storage

PayPal suspends India service

Why? Mind your own business

Riverbed WAN optimizers get SSDs, 10 GE

3X throughput, 2X connections

Upstart crimeware wages turf war on mighty Zeus bot

All your bots belong to us

Cisco and Juniper armed for wireless showdown

The Falcon has (kinda) landed

Google Buzz - Gmail mod for the Tweetbook set

Looking for relevance in Web2.0rhea

IBM gives birth to 'wire-speed' processor

ISSCCNeither server fish nor network fowl

Feds say dev's 'cookie-stuffer' app fleeced eBay

'Saucekit' milked referral program

IBM chills sealed data center with outside air

Ambient air water tank cooling

Hitachi inks Xsigo pact for server I/O virt

Be like Dell

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