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2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.

2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.

2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.

2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.

2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.

2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.

2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.

2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.

2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.

2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.

2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.

2:10
May 25, 2005

Ransomed data: the next IT threat?

A new virus freezes computer files to extort money from victims.

2:20
May 25, 2005

Samsung banks on new flash disks

In today`s technology roundup: Samsung banks on new flash disks, start-up open source product 'rivals` Oracle, and online ID theft deters e-commerce.

3:20
May 24, 2005

Apple Mac in Intel switch?

In today`s technology roundup: Apple Mac may switch to Intel, IBM develops new memory technology, publishers oppose Google library, and hazardous Apple batteries recalled.

2:10
May 23, 2005

Netscape launched, patched

In today`s technology roundup: Netscape launched and patched, AMD tackles consumer electronics, and Orange launches mobile TV.

2:00
May 20, 2005

Phishers haven't given up yet

Russian phishers have tried to set up new links after Standard bank shut down their original site.

2:40
May 19, 2005

Patents 'hold us back`

Software patents have outlived their usefulness, says Linux International director Jon "Maddog" Hall.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Desktops next frontier for open source

Desktops are key to open source success, say Mark Shuttleworth and other open source proponents.

2:30
May 18, 2005

Apple already patching Tiger

In today`s technology roundup: Apple already patching Tiger, Sony launches mini HD camcorder, and Oracle moving closer to PHP language.

2:20
May 17, 2005

Apple wins round one of Tiger suit

In today`s technology roundup: Apple wins round one of Tiger lawsuit, host of new Xbox 360 games, and open source can halve UK schools` IT budgets.

2:00
May 17, 2005

SA could lead open source explosion

Software billionaire Mark Shuttleworth says SA is placed to lead the open source explosion.

2:10
May 16, 2005

German spam invades SA

Local companies are sifting through waves of German spam today, believed to be the result of another Sober variant outbreak.

2:10
May 16, 2005

Microsoft unveils security tool

In today`s technology roundup: Microsoft unveils security tool, cars are safe from viruses, and IE market share drops again.