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Dell admits Venue Pro faults
Battery and Wi-Fi problems plague Windows Phone 7 device.
Nov 15 2010 7:13AM
Google admits staff snooped Gmail
Engineer crossed the line.
Sep 16 2010 6:20AM
IBM admits erring in statistics on vendor patching
Google, Sun and Linux figures affected by flawed data.
Sep 1 2010 1:54PM
Microsoft admits Exchange update goof
Microsoft is warning users after a potentially unstable update was accidentally released for Exchange Server 2007.
Sep 16 2008 3:28PM
Red Hat admits to getting hacked
Linux distributor Red Hat has issued a critical security update after its servers were hacked last week..
Aug 26 2008 7:59AM
Jobs admits to iPhone blacklist
Apple does have the ability to remotely manage applications on the iPhone, said chief executive Steve Jobs..
Aug 12 2008 4:01PM
MoD admits to widespread data losses
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has admitted to the loss of 658 laptops and 121 USB data drives since 2004, a far greater number than had been admitted earlier..
Jul 22 2008 1:50PM
UK Ministry of Defence admits massive data losses
The UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) has admitted that it has lot 658 laptops and 121 USB data drives since 2004, much more than was previously admitted to.
Jul 21 2008 9:07AM
UK's DWP admits pension details leak
Department sent thousands of banking details to wrong addresses.
May 13 2008 9:46AM
FBI admits to internet spying
The FBI has admitted that it repeatedly broke its own rules in spying on internet communications..
Mar 10 2008 7:30AM
Comcast admits to throttling BitTorrent
Comcast has explained its controversial practice of limiting peer-to-peer traffic in a filing with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)..
Feb 15 2008 8:14AM
NHS admits to data losses, 4,147 staff smartcards
Yes another data loss disaster for the government to face
Feb 7 2008 1:35PM
Intel admits defeat with Viiv
Intel is set to roll back its Viiv brand, bringing an end to Viiv label PCs and limiting the platform to a sub-brand of Intel CPUs.
Dec 21 2007 6:59AM
Adobe admits to critical software flaws
Adobe has admitted that some of its software contains vulnerabilities that could leave computers open to attack, following information published on the Heise Security website.
Oct 12 2007 9:59AM
Paper admits iThumb hoax
There are red faces today in the US media after a story that broke over the weekend about a man surgically altering his thumbs for his iPhone was revealed to be a hoax.
Aug 14 2007 11:00AM
O2 admits defeat with i-mode
Closed system attracted just 260,000 users. Mobile operator O2 is to axe its i-mode phone service after less than two years.
Jul 19 2007 12:33PM
Reporter admits using Wikipedia as source
Japanese hack claims information was 'common knowledge'.
Jul 6 2007 8:10AM
Fidelity admits theft of data on 2.3m customers
Bank and credit card numbers lifted from payment monitoring firm.
Jul 5 2007 1:51PM
Hacker admits stalking US rocker
A stalker has admitted hacking into the email account of the lead singer of the American rock group Linkin Park.
Jul 4 2007 9:52AM
HP admits to fear of user reviews
Email addresses checked to make sure competitors don't post.
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