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Facebook cookies 'fixed' as Oz privacy bureaucrats investigate

Updated: Facebook confirms revisions in place

On its first birthday, LibreOffice has reason to celebrate

Happy code day to you…

Mobile messaging comes to Oihoo 360

Kouxin goes live in China

iiNet gets cloudy with voice

Targets SME customers

Microsoft staff savage Ballmer at company confab

Claims of staff walkouts and tanking morale

Renault Wind Gordini roadster

ReviewFeel the air in your hair

Java, Adobe vulns blamed for Windows malware mayhem

Five products hit in 99.8% of hacks

Woman nabbed for 'senseless' stiletto ATM attack

Cash rage case caught on CCTV

LibDems call for gov 'IT skills' office

Policy paper suggests senior civil servants don't 'get' IT

ICO: Uni workers' personal webmail may be pried open

E-missives may be requested if related to public business

Brits not keen on 3D, reveals poll

But they'll happily be told they have to watch it, anyway

The Secret of Monkey Island

Antique Code ShowI rate pirates

Nokia rolls out N9 across Europe, avoids UK

MeeGo no-go for Brits

US lawmakers call for FTC probe of supercookies

Hundreds of sites caught employee secret snoop tech

Toshiba outs 7in Android 3.2 tablet

Quick, before Amazon grabs all the headlines!

D-Link unhooks from UK boss

Chris Davies out as networking vendor gears up for 2012

Poll: Porn-watching, net-savvy kids are a myth

Cyberbullying grief highlighted instead

iLuv shows desktop-style iPad dock

Make your tablet look like an old PC

Leave nothing behind when migrating virtual machines

Ensuring a smooth move

Veggies tricked into dating meat-gobbling escorts

Watchdog bitchslap for

Gutsy golf-club granny collars crim in Flying Squad bust

Tackles robbers who sent SWAT cop to hospital

Chocolate weighed in Schwarzeneggers: Official

World's largest candy bar = 51 Arnies

Huawei gets tough with Discovery Channel handset


Google plants self on Silicon Roundabout

Media2.0websluts rejoice!

Mozilla forces Firefox 7 on memory diet

Project MemShrink payback

Carphone Warehouse whipped for cheap Jesus mobe ads

ASA: The important stuff was in the fine print

Virgin Media goes cloudy for biz punters

Bring me sunshine, bring me RAIN

Schoolteachers can't teach our kids to code, say engineers

Laudable plans doomed by ignorant corduroys

UKChatterbox urges password change following hack attack

All change please

WTF is... HbbTV?

Net connectivity for your telly done properly

Open-source hardware group puts out vid system-on-a-chip

Pretty visuals, no copyrighted hardware

Hackers disguise malware as emailed docs from smart printers

Clever ruse to catch out office workers

Larry Page sees 'tragic' future for Google

Chocolate Factory père et fils fear the biggening

Pierre Cardin reckons it can out-bling the iPad

Because what Apple lacks is style and brand value!

Amazon revamps E Ink Kindle line

Updated$99 Kindle Touch, $79 Kindle touchless

PCIe flash performance: Your mileage may vary

Researchers say TMS tops Fusion-io and Virident

Windows Marketplace goes webby

For that Mac-using-WP7-owning demographic

Amazon intros $199 movie Kindle

And a giant web proxy: is there anything it doesn't now know?

French gov trousers hefty wad in 4G spectrum sale

Liberté, egalité, avidité

Microsoft to skim Samsung Android takings

Royalties deal for each Google device sold

Apple to execute touch-less iPods

Ten years is long enough?

HP networking boss leaves after less than a year

First Brick, now Bonnett ...

HP parks Airbus supers in containers

Two PODs in an HPC

Electro-plaster points China Unicom mobes at 3G

Cunning 2G upgrade is a sticky business

Reebok used 'very fit woman' in buttock-related deception

Sporting gear group agrees $25m settlement over arse-exercising shoe claims

OnStar backs down over GPS tracking of ex-customers

Slams brakes after consumer revolt

Diebold e-voting hack allows remote tampering

$11 microprocessor-in-middle attack is 'significant'

US tops the class in IT competitiveness

Blowing the curve, apparently

Fixed broadband rules downloads, mobile rules new services

Nuggets in new Oz broadband stats

AMD misses Q3 revenue targets

Lays the blame on GlobalFoundries wafer baker

Linux Foundation merges MeeGo into Tizen

Linux OS always the bridesmaid

Global data center building booms

Three Googleplexes coming to Asia/Pacific

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