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Energizer site still plagued by data-stealing trojan

Anybody home?

Privacy chiefs define 'data processor' and 'data controller'

Oo are yer?

Canon Powershot G11

ReviewThe resolution race is over, apparently

UK.gov spunked £153m on reorganisation IT

That's a lot of deckchairs

End government pre-snoop on stats

'24 hours allows for shenanigans'

Loch Ness Stig blurred into oblivion

Mere pixellation inadequate, Street View decides

Virgin Media to demo 200Mb/s broadband tomorrow

Whoosh

Student loan system failure could happen again

Watchdog warns as SLC handles double apps

And now - new stealth jumpjet makes first hover landing

Vid'Cobblestones' effect reduced, says Brit test pilot

Tiger Woods' alleged mistress publishes X-rated texts

NSFWGolfer's impressive SMS technique revealed

Chip maker to take on iPad with $99 tablet

Apple-beating mini Marvell?

Google to flee China on April 10, says report

Announcement on Monday. Apparently

PayPal enables cash-by-slap

iPhones that go bump in the night

Vodafone Spain admits 3,000 smartphones shipped with Mariposa

Pre-pwned snafu not so isolated after all

Microsoft talks up Windows 7 SP1, shy on dates

'Go ahead and deploy… you know you want to! ;-)'

Sky 3D to go live on 3 April in 'thousands' of pubs

First match: Man U vs Chelsea

Orange to launch mobile games store with HMV

All networks covered

China Mobile pleads for compatible iPhone

Go on go on go on go on

VirnetX flings second patent infringement sueball at Microsoft

Claims Windows 7, Server 2008 R2 use VPN tech

Mountain View promises Google Analytics opt-out

Another privacy tool few will ever use

Home Office planning to brick version 1 ID cards in 2012?

Yes, they really could get more useless

LHC boffins crank beams to 3.5 TeV redline

'Dump cores' catch and stop moving aircraft carriers

Virgin Mobile fined for pushing mobile spam

Ignored Oz opt-outs

Dell order status website suffers second server meltdown

That déjà vu feeling

Health records riddled with errors

Broken Summary Care Records

Blighty gives Street View the bum's rush

Google Moon, UK style

Blunkett: 'The dog howls when I whip out my ID card!'

Lifetime Privacy Menace in shock barking claim

YouTube accuses Viacom of secretly uploading videos

$1bn legal row gets touchy-feely

Facebook stands up to UK.gov's cyberbullying

CommentBeyond 'panic button' logic

Server makers prepping for Opteron 6100s

AMD almost confirms it

Just how does IT spend its time looking after ERP?

Poll ResultsThe results are in

Google knew YouTube did evil, but bought it anyway

Elastic ethics

Google ratchets interweb 3D on Windows

Open browser bling for the Microsoft set

Fake servers even less secure than real ones

But not necessarily so

Firefox zero-day fix set up for 30 March release

Mozilla acknowledges unpatched bug

Microsoft, 'open' data, and the curse of open source

Thanks a lot, HTML5

Computer glitch prompts 50 raids on elderly couple's home

51st time's the charm

Nerd alert: First Lucid Lynx Ubuntu beta fun

ReviewShuttleworthian style and substance

Massive FBI computer overhaul is put on ice (again)

Carrier pigeons still viable

Intel Labs unveils PC power plans

'Humongous' savings, tiny batteries

Steve Jobs and governator tout transplant reform

'I could have died'

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