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Microsoft comes clean on Windows 10 data collection
Offers list of scooped telemetry.
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Unix co-creator Dennis Ritchie passes away
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Linus Torvalds backs Google's Nexus One
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Just when you thought that spilling a hot cup of latte was all you had to worry about while surfing the web at your local Starbucks - or any public place for that matter - think again: Nearby attackers can now exploit the wireless drivers used in many popular laptops to assume control of your machine, and there is little you can do to stop them.
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NetBSD attacked by creator
Charles Hannum hits out at 'irrelevant' operating system.
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Metasploit creator to reveal a flaw every day this month
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Jul 6 2006 10:15PM
Russian virus exchange creator jailed
Russian authorities have jailed a hacker who not only created his own malware, but ran two websites distributing more than 4,000 different computer viruses.
May 4 2006 9:45AM
Poll: Sentence too light for Blaster variant creator
Fifty-three percent of business PC users who responded to a web poll said the 18-month prison sentence a man received for unleashing a variant of the Blaster worm was too light.
Feb 2 2005 10:55PM
Sony and IBM to sell Cell as content creator
Sony's long-awaited parallel processor, Cell, will debut later this year in prototype digital content creation workstations, as part of a joint agreement with IBM.
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