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Man cops to botnet-fueled pump-and-dump scheme

Securities fraud in the digital age

Mozilla man accuses Jobs of 'bypass the web' scheme busts Firefox 4

European Parliament: If you don't pay, you will pay

New late payments rules directive passed by EU members

iDapt i4 multi-purpose charger

ReviewDoes 'em all, apparently

Apple signals disk free notebooks way to go

Hard disk drive vendors watch out

EA takes Angry Birds publisher under its wing

$20m you say? Chickenfeed

Intel broaches fresh barrel-o-Linux

Because you can't use Android in a jet fighter - yet

MS to unveil fresh Flash challenge next week?

Silverlight MIA - for now

Phone 7: Another Vista or another XP?

ReviewWe scratch beneath the surface and find a bit of both

Beeb pulls in Yank to direct Auntie's online digital opera

Ex-AOLer steps in as operation shrinks

Easynet axes 1 in 20 staff

55 will get boot


ReviewWinPho 7 gets the big-screen treatment

Penthouse founder Guccione dead at 79

It is fate that rules us, Little Boots, not any god

BBC-led RadioPlayer may spark radio revival

A modest start, but doing it right

Vulture 1 sprouts wings and a tail

Lots of lovely construction snaps for your viewing pleasure

X2 triplex super-copter to be offered as Army 'Raider' craft

Actively damp chopper - a soldier's dream?

BBC One HD launch date revealed

UpdatedFreesat for sure - Freeview HD too?

Somali rebels threaten mobile banking group

Mobile money is, apparently, unIslamic

Acer upgrades Aspire One netbook

Dual-core CPU for the dual-boot D255

Dell takes aim at Apple with upmarket pledge

Never mind the prices, feel the screen width

EU privacy watchdog pans passenger data plans

Still not good enough

DARPA orders miracle motor for its flying car

Lo-maintenance superdiesel boasts poke of a jet engine

Crown Paint probed by ICO for 'possible' online data breach

ExclusiveCrazed database reveals customers to world

Google says hardly any Germans opt out of Street View

Says (nearly) all opt-outs accommodated

Bechtolsheim races Arista to zero latency

Every microsecond counts for Bechtolsheim's bolshy switches

Nokia to cut 1,800 jobs

But is making money for a change

OpenStack unfurls first full cloud fluffer

Compute and storage launch control, NASA style

Inside Opera 11: extensions and benchmarks

Take a peek at the nifty new alpha

Apple's FaceTime for Mac debuts with security holes

Beta puts iTunes accounts at risk

Adobe Shockwave bitten by code execution bug

Browse-and-get-pwned vuln confirmed

Cisco eats own cloud food

Mmmm, Vblocks

Apple threatens Java with death on the Mac

World of Android devs face Jobsian boot

Linux bug bestows attackers with 'superuser' powers

Fix coming

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