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Free software repository brought down in hack attack

Got root?

Interpol issues arrest notice for Wikileaks' Julian Assange

'Sex crimes' cited

HDS sells 'more BlueArc than BlueArc'

Four-year deal comes up trumps

HP ramps Superdome 2 shipments

Big iron rebound can't match ProLiant bounce

We probe the Google anti-trust probe. Vigorously

AnalysisSchmidt's mighty tool can penetrate any market he likes

Gear4 UnityRemote

ReviewGot an iPhone or iPod? You'll pay £100 for a remote

Incendiary MacBook blamed in house conflag inferno suit

Bonfire of the vanities

Apple patents glasses-free, multi-viewer 3D

Full autostereoscopic satisfaction for fanbois

Forget Xmas: Get set for the octacore v Bulldozer DEATHMATCH

Chinese dark horse eyed nervously by bookies

DDoS attack, sex warrant won't stop Assange's leaky discharge

Latest Wikileaks: Pope caught short during forest ramble

LG to cut greenhouse gas output by 4kg per handset

Green TechSulphur Hexafluoride emissions axed

Compellent bolts on first VMWare SRM disaster parachute

Brings you in to soft touchdown even if wings come off

Avatar tops Sky Xmas 3D bill

Three-dimensional Crimble

Cuffed Oz bank Trojan perp aiming to bleach his hat

Slave Hacker gunning for tin star once out of cooler

Dell rings up spin-screen Duo at £449

Netbook-cum-tablet priced up

Coffers swell as Sage squeezes more juice from flat revenue

North American supremo supplanted by French chief

Chinese telecoms giant furiously scrubs links to Phorm

Ad firm courts major router makers on comeback trail

TomTom Go Live 1005 satnav

ReviewRoutefinder General

LG kicks off work on quantum dot TV

OLED? Old hat. QLED is where it's at

Hezbollah sting bust sees first phone-unlock DMCA conviction

Mass terrorist jailbreaking not same as fanboi freedom

HP dumps Microsoft's Vail Home Server 'to focus on webOS'

'Drive feature kill just a coincidence' insists Redmond

Winamp plug-in backdoor wide open to viral penetration

But plugged firmly in latest release

Motorola tugs itself to bits in mobo-go-solo schism pact

You wanna piece a me?

Airport face-scan gate unilaterally imprisons traveller

Manchester robo-guards on 4-day Portuguese IT backup

Virgin unwraps three-tuner über set-top

Tivo box out this month, revamped early next

Facebook figures suggest WinPho 7 user base still small

OS' users not social - or just not many in number?

Yahoo! wonks! brace! for! lay-offs!

Embattled punctuationtastic empire still has 14k bods

Hitachi kicks open Door 4 in the House of Spinning Platters

Enter the Microwave Magnetic Dragon

People's Republic says it will purge self of illicit software

Ownership of means of production now compulsory

97% of INTERNET NOW FULL UP, warn IPv4 shepherd boys

'Honest, the wolf's chewing my trouser leg now' says Cerf

Russia beats off US, floods world with spam

Bot spankings = Yanks down rankings

BURNING LUST for SEXY BUSTY BLONDES - Science explains

Marilyn Monroe babe race to replace today's drab ladies

Feds pursue Russian, 23, behind ⅓ of ALL WORLD SPAM

Badges pursue bot cowboy who mustered huge Mega-D herd

German exec banged up in private-dick wiretap ring probe

Deutsche Telekom's leaky 'spy affair' exposed

Bolivians still grimly browsing on Sony Ericsson phones

Worldwide figures reveal crazy foreigners' mobe antics

Quantum crypto hack smacked

Implementation flaw only: 'perfect security' still coming

IBM chips the laser light fantastic

To exascale and beyond!

Steve Jobs embraces Google's bastard grid child

Cult plants ad empire on Hadoop

Google extends security sandbox to Adobe Flash

Like airbags for Corvairs

WikiLeaks ousted from Amazon US

Homeland Security Senator badmouths Assange

Oracle claims trademark on Hudson open source

Fork talk follows big lock out

Net neut rumble flares as FCC vote looms

US gov in flame war with self

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