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CERT warns of critical industrial control bug

Iconics SCADA software open to code execution attacks

Singtel announces iPad 2 ship date as customers pass 400 mil

And Optus hit nine million mobiles in Oz

FCC commish to lobby for Comcast-NBC giant she OK'd

Actor in Comcast's broadband's US rollout

Google hooks Native Client into Visual Studio, Eclipse

Google I/O'Threat to Mozilla vision' rolls on

Facebook pulls plugs on Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook profile

Not the Mark Zuckerberg, just a Mark Zuckerberg

Crucial M4 256GB Sata 3 SSD

ReviewLife in the fast lane

Qik Video Connect Plus

iOS App of the WeekiOS video call app that's Android friendly

Dixons warns it's getting worse

Time to call Dignitas?

Samsung prices up Chrome OS netbook for Blighty

3G and Wi-Fi-only versions inbound

Police ordered to disclose ANPR camera sites

Devon and Cornwall cops appeal tribunal order

Life after merger: data better together or apart?

Risk assessment

Slovakian cannibal's dinner calls in cops

Swiss man declares himself off the menu

iPad not stopping PC sales, says analyst

Cannibalisation rate declining

Broadband leads to drug abuse, say US boffins

Prescription drugs 'fast replacing' heroin, cocaine etc

The future of VMAX is flash and SASy

EMC WorldEMC going 2-tier

Nintendo knocks back 3DS software update

Unhappy eShoppers

BT sales down, pre-tax profit up in telco's Q4

'We are well aware there remains a lot more to do,' says boss

NASA's asteroid hunter creeps up on Vesta

Dawn returns first snap of asteroid belt giant

Northamber sees 'confusing picture' in Q1

Margins down, small loss overall

Train firm offers phone-based ticketing across UK

Chiltern Railways leads the avalanche to a ticketless future

Play prices up HTC 'superphone'

Sensational offer

Facebook spam prevention scam spreading like wildfire

Social media worm d'jour

Google lobbying to make driverless cars legal in Nevada

Kids, get in the car, time for school. No, I'm not coming

CSC locked out of new NHS contracts

Good money after bad

Home Office appoints Brokenshire as security minister

Hands over drugs, alcohol and violence to Browning

French publisher starts second round against Google

€9.8m of regrette

Sony joins car-smartphone tech team

Mobiles to meet automobiles

Apple's Dutch store plan leaves locals seeing orange red

Wants to strip down Amsterdam ladies' dress shop

Official: phones sting bees

Set them to buzz

Fiat 500 TwinAir

ReviewTwin-pot tearaway

Elon Musk prepares SpaceX rocket firm for IPO

Plans to keep 'freedom to ignore Wall Street', though

BPI: Music sales drop further, but digital on upward trend

Insists much-maligned freetard yoof did put hand in pocket

Microsoft searches for crypto boffin to steer U-Prove tech

ExclusiveShaken-up identity access group needs new bums on seats

Femtocells, not 4G, will solve spectrum crisis

Ofcom bets big on small cells

Three to supply UK Chromebooks' 3G access

Google's favoured broadband bundler?

Scammers take advantage of ticket allocation to craft Olympics scams

Faster, Higher, Scammier

X-Prize offers $10m for working Trek tricorder

Fascinating

Nothing to lose but your desktop PCs

Desktop VirtualisationWhen does VDI make sense?

Give the Met Office £10m, says Transport Committee

Strange silence from the MoD

US Navy produces smart, cheap 6kg fire+forget missile

Suitcase-size 10km-sniper assassin version, anyone?

EA reloads, aims at Activision, goes for headshot

War!

Student accused of posting bogus coupons to 4chan

Caught following TOR anonymizer flub up

Scala daddy wraps his Java baby in Red Hat-ness

Is it Typesafe? Yes it is

FBI fights to protect ISPs that snoop on their customers

Refuses to name warrantless wiretap partners

Amazon's 1-click hit with patent loss in Oz

Some bits of One-Click patent aren’t original

Microsoft claims Windows Azure appliances exist

HP? Dell? Fujitsu? Hello?

Cybercrooks set up shop in Canada

Blame Canada

How bin Laden thwarted US electronic surveillance

Prolific emailer used thumb-drive proxy

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