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Mobile network hack reveals sensitive cellphone data

Brad Pitt geo tracking made easy

Apple in shock public attack on Adobe

I know Flash is but what am I?

More 'Son of Nehalem' details leaked

Prepare to replace your new motherboard

Reverse-engineering artist busts face detection tech

Hacking Big Brother with help from Revlon

Ten free apps to install on every new PC

Product Round-upBags of functionality for nowt

Architecting for IT service delivery

LabService by design? Really?

HPC storage vendor Panasas hot swaps CEOs

Pairman replaces Stahan

HDS scores one way deal with Sepaton

Lack of reciprocity

eBay shares down on good results

And founder launches local news for locals

Brussels to rule on cheap pub football sat decoders

UEFA claims copyright infringement

Doctor Who game to transmat in on 5 June

Episode one: City of the Daleks

Tesco VoIP takes numbers to the grave

If I'm going down I'm taking you with me

HTC sets timeframe for Hero Android update

Éclair 'preparatory upgrade' due in June

Probe uses solar panels to 'surf' Venusian atmosphere

Space 'windmill' experiment sifts boiling acid clouds buys cloudy Jigsaw address book maker

Before it rains anymore

The user view of IT delivery

LabWhen was the last time you looked?

Nokia launches ash cloud tracker

Boat sailed, plane flown, horse bolted...

Britain's bingers out-boozed by Irish

And Romanians. And Germans...

Why the banks aren't scared of the Robin Hood Tax

We'd all be paying it anyway


ReviewWondrously barmy beat-em up

Phones 4U not responsible for iPhone sex appeal survey

Nothing to do with us, claims retailer

EMC shows storage recession is over

The bellwether rings it out

Tory defence shadow's laptop nicked

The ideal man for the MoD

Sony confirms PS3 3D update inbound

Trophy tweaks too

The iPad will doom humanity to painful bog-roll horror

End of print + paperless office = sandpaper bumwad crisis

Official airport iPhone app prompts privacy fears

Heathrow Guide demands personal data

Buzz goes orienteering on Google Maps

Meta Web2.0rhea handed compass

Rogue McAfee update strikes police, hospitals and Intel

It's bad, but is it Blaster-bad?

Android on an iPhone? There's an app for that

Setting the robots on Cupertino

Want to escape ACTA? Move to China

Google may have jumped the gun

Nokia welcomes a slow 2010

More money, just not very much more

Facebook farms out 'social graph' to Microsoft and chums

Marketeers like it - users not so much

Cybercrime talks end in failure

US and Euros object to proposed changes

Mark E Smith pens World Cup ditty

Arrivederci, it's one on one-ahhh

BT loses on termination fee back payment

Tribunal says yes, court says no

Mellanox rides networking upgrade wave

QDR InfiniBand, 10 GE taking off

Dell growing EqualLogic engineering team by 50 per cent

CommentLinks with Exanet in Israel too

Marmite sends in the lawyers against BNP

You either love it or hate immigrants

Facebook flirts with RFID

Tracking developers in meat space

Phase change memory arrives

Numonyx launches Omneo product

Pentagon looks to revive Nazi space-bomber plan

Pocket 'Antipodes raid' hyper-smartmissiles sought

Google Street View logs WiFi networks, Mac addresses

Why are you doing this?, ask Germans

MS withdraws ineffective security update

The patch that failed

Sun sat sends stunning solar snap

NASA's first SDO images a treat

Dell preps Windows Phone 7 portrait slider

No 'low-priced' Win Mo, says Microsoft

AMD set to release low-cost six-core Phenom IIs

Motherboard makers getting ready

PGP co-founder takes OS security job with Apple

'I Could Tell You But Then I'd Have To Kill You and Associates'

Citrix profits soar on hodgepodge of desktop virt

Seven up

Forget the GPad - is Google building a server chip?

The needs of a 10 million node machine

Hulu to charge $10 for past-its-prime time TV

(Yes, it's still trapped in the US)

Amazon rides shoe-fetishist to 68% profit leap

As Kindle goes - gasp! - brick and mortar

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