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Russian gang uses botnets to automate check counterfeiting

Black HatOld-school crime with 21st century twist

Sony Walkman NWZ-A845 media player

ReviewThinnest Walkman yet

Toshiba intros second-gen Cell tellies

3D ready with 2D-to-3D conversion

Software emulation copyright case bumped to ECJ

SAS provisionally pwned

MoD increased annual IT spending by £240m

Defra outlay up £7m

Government goes after outsourced staff T&Cs

No less favourable could mean just a bit less

HTC says sorry for Orange Hero Android 2.1 update delay

Mea culpa

Apple posts Magic Trackpad drivers for Windows

Only Boot Campers need apply

VMware automates volume discounting

Keep buying, keep getting discounts

Sage expects to fall into line after improved Q3 growth

Biz software biz buzzes

SanDisk launches Cruzer Blade USB thumblet drive

Fits in a thimble

Mariposa mastermind arrested in Slovenia

Cybercrime toolkit suspect cuffed

Watchdog rules on Hull Daily Mail 'porncoder' exposé

Mild wrist slap for smut website scandalmongery

Carphone Warehouse overcomes 'dread' in Q3

In your glum face, Dunstone

Brits trump Ruskies with flying horse

Parasailing donkey? Pah

Virgin Media survives World Cup, buys back shares

Back of the net

Chilean tarantulas menace Bolton

Greater Manchester on arachnid alert

Firefox 4 beta 2 preaches tabs-on-top love to fanbois

Bookmarks toolbar relegated to right-side button

DreamWorks signs cloud computing deal

How to train your HPC dragon

UK.gov's phone and net snooping hits record high

We have ears everywhere

Reboot key Brit 'ready to save internet'

Seven keys to BIND them all

Vodafone fronts €150,000 for mobile start ups

Planned, or realised

UK bans Nintendo DS homebrew code installer

King R4 uncrowned

Samsung Galaxy S

ReviewThe Android iPhone clone that has it all?

Adobe to buy Day Software

Dips stick in Web2.0 content wasteland

Hypnotic illusions at the Wikileaks Show

AnalysisGreasepaint - check. Factoids - check.

Smart meters pose hacker kill-switch risk, warn boffins

Who turned off the lights?

Apple Safari extensions hit 5.0.1 deck

About time too

Tight-lipped Apple fixes Safari autosnoop bug

Black HatBlack Hat talk preempted

Adobe fights exploits with MAPPs

Black HatMicrosoft's advanced vuln notice

Google brews (another) Facebook rival, says report

'Beyond' Buzz

Swiss do lady-friendly iPhone 4 launch

Mildly diverting breakfasty promo shenanigans

Convirture goes open core with 2.0 virt tools

vCenter for KVM and Xen

X Prize offers cash for oil spill cleaners

Today the Gulf, tomorrow the world

Microsoft biz stars won't shine in Wall Street web show

Offline schmoozing for tired buns

Lara Croft, the Way in Derby

Ring-road opens

Apple fanbois not as data hungry as Big Phone says

Verizonites munch more

Facebook beta joins web Q&A craze

Ask 500 million people a question...bitch

Scareware victims seldom fight back

Too embarrassed or too ignorant?

Lonely boffins share Inception-style dreams

Stuck on a rock without a totem?

Citrix fluffed by XenDesktop virt in Q2

Pumped for the future

Purdue puts HPC cluster in HP PODs

Boilermakers of a different kind

Armed with exploits, ATM hacker hits the jackpot

Black Hat'Game over' vulns spew cash on demand

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