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Hackers target the Guardian's jobs website

500,000 jobseekers compromised

Mon Oct 26 2009, 12:00

Google board loses Apple member

Interlocking no more

Tue Oct 13 2009, 08:49

Red Hat asks US Supreme Court to bar software patents

All software is mathematics

Fri Oct 02 2009, 16:17

Net Neutrality to be curbed in the EU

Apparently the fix is in

Wed Sep 23 2009, 16:03

Intel lodges EU antitrust appeal brief

Moves for dismissal of course

Wed Sep 16 2009, 15:20

ACLU sues US Customs over laptop searches

Wants snooping records

Thu Aug 27 2009, 10:50

Microsoft pleads for a stay of execution

For patent infringement

Wed Aug 19 2009, 15:00

Chinese porn blocker killed off

The nation's youth rejoices

Thu Aug 13 2009, 14:37

Russia leans on notebook brands

Abolishing the Microsoft tax

Wed Jul 29 2009, 15:34

German parliament passes Internet censorship bill

For the children of course

Fri Jun 19 2009, 11:36

When the going gets tough, Intel gets dirty

Says AMD lawyer

Tue May 26 2009, 11:28

Cisco settles with FSF after filching free software

Says sorry

Thu May 21 2009, 13:14

Monster settles SEC backdating charges

Pays $2.5 million

Tue May 19 2009, 12:26

AMD squeals joyfully as EU delivers Intel guilty verdict

Chips in to comment

Wed May 13 2009, 16:52

Intel's EU antitrust ruling is due tomorrow

Analyst weighs in

Tue May 12 2009, 23:40

The INQ overclocks AMD bar bill

INQ TV The heat is on

Fri May 08 2009, 17:03

Brit outfit offers to buy Borland

Micro Focused

Thu May 07 2009, 10:14

SCO sacks Darl McBride

One down

Mon Oct 19 2009, 18:18

McKinnon denied appeal to Supreme Court

Extradition to the US looms

Fri Oct 09 2009, 16:56

US Congress wants warnings on P2P software

Nanny state for the great unwashed

Fri Oct 02 2009, 16:10

Otellini rebuts EU antitrust charges

IDF 2009 Denies wrongdoing

Wed Sep 23 2009, 01:16

Gordon Brown apologises to Alan Turing

For shabby treatment after WWII

Fri Sep 11 2009, 08:51

SCO gets a partial win on appeal

Analysis And a Chapter 11 Trustee

Wed Aug 26 2009, 10:54

Patent loss could rain on Windows 7 parade

Comment Microsoft caught out at a bad time

Tue Aug 18 2009, 14:09

SCO gets a bankruptcy trustee

Comment The iceman cometh

Thu Aug 06 2009, 16:36

China's web filtering mandate is delayed

Amid a storm of objections

Wed Jul 01 2009, 16:01

French 'three-strikes' law struck down

The greedy copyright cartels are foiled again

Wed Jun 10 2009, 23:42

Track that cheating spouse of yours

Gadgets and Google help betrayed spouses

Fri May 22 2009, 20:35

Google tries to build tower of Babel

Tongue twister

Thu May 21 2009, 10:49

Nvidia's bad bump misery deepens

Bumpgate Insurers bite back

Tue May 19 2009, 04:59

Intel's general counsel "mystified" and "dismayed"

Shocked, shocked we tell you!

Wed May 13 2009, 14:53

You have no rights, so buy Windows 7

Rant Forced updates and reboots, then shutdown

Mon May 11 2009, 22:31

Microsoft 'fixes' its malware problem

Rant Changes name from WGA to WAT

Fri May 08 2009, 14:13

Parallels prepares XP virtualisation tool for Windows 7

Playing the Vole at its own game

Wed May 06 2009, 17:45

ISP slams Mandelson's 'anti-piracy' scheme

Proves innocent users could suffer

Fri Oct 16 2009, 15:58

Viacom thinks it has found a smoking gun

Youtube in its sights

Wed Oct 07 2009, 10:42

FCC sets Net Neutrality hearing date

Showdown with telecoms looms

Fri Sep 25 2009, 12:49

EU Commission publishes Intel findings

Responds to Chipzilla's whingeing

Mon Sep 21 2009, 16:39

Inventor wants to see criminal patent law

Comment Barking

Wed Sep 02 2009, 15:35

Pirate Bay buyer claims it's been smeared

Denies the allegations

Tue Aug 25 2009, 17:06

Apple accuses Psystar of destroying evidence

Could be disastrous

Fri Aug 14 2009, 17:19

Snow Leopard hits Amazon's top spot

Comment And it won't even be available for another month

Mon Aug 03 2009, 13:00

Jammie Thomas-Rasset gets hammered

Again, for $1.92 million

Fri Jun 19 2009, 15:02

Vancouver endorses open standards

To consider open source too

Tue May 26 2009, 15:40

Open Source joins European election battle

Asterix goes digital

Fri May 22 2009, 13:22

Nvidia attacks Intel over pricing advantage

Anti-trust backlash spreads like swine flu

Tue May 19 2009, 13:05

UK launches registry of all children

Tracked from cradle to grave

Mon May 18 2009, 16:15

Intel CEO says EU decision "wrong"

Will appeal

Wed May 13 2009, 12:41

Craigslist troll nailed with a $75,000 judgment

Thought he'd skate

Mon May 11 2009, 10:08

Murdoch wants to start charging for online news

Send us 50p if you read this

Thu May 07 2009, 15:16
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