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Contractor dies after NSW comms tower fall
Police and work safety authorities investigating.
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Debian founder Ian Murdock passes away
Tributes flow for open source figurehead.
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Apple to investigate death caused by iPhone 5
Charge proves fatal.
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Chinese antivirus war ends in death sentence
Vendor makes virus, rival blamed.
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Telstra rushes iPhone 4 restock
Sold out in retail telco store.
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HTC HD2 and BlackBerry 9700 also affected.
Jul 31 2010 8:05AM
Cybercriminals exploiting Winter Olympics, luger's death
Attackers utilise Twitter and black hat SEO tactics.
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Cybercrooks fake the death of Bill Cosby
New malware hoax touts passing of comedy legend.
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Microsoft denies that patches caused black screens
Issue may be caused by a trojan.
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Patrick Swayze's death kicks off new spam campaign
More celebrity death SEO poisoning.
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Death threat SMS comes to your phone
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Britney Spears Twitpic account hacked, fake death posted
Reports of the death of Britney Spears have been greatly exaggerated -- and caused by hackers.
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Michael Jackson's death sparks massive spam runs
Singer's demise gives malware writers perfect bait to snare unsuspecting users.
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Hackers may face death penalty in Pakistan
Hackers whose efforts cause the death of a person will face the death penalty in Pakistan.
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IBM proposes the death of flash memory and hard drives
IBM’s Almaden Laboratory has been outlining a new form of memory that it says will replace both flash memory storage and platter-based hard drives..
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Student journalist sentenced to death
A journalism student from the northern province of Balkh in Afghanistan has been sentenced to death following a court ruling that he had spread anti-Islamic messages..
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'Citizen journalist' beaten to death by Chinese authorities
A man has been beaten to death in China by a gang of city inspectors for filming them attacking protestors with his mobile phone..
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Car responsible for Korean man’s death, not exploding mobile phone
Yesterday’s reports about a Korean man being killed by an exploding mobile phone, have turned out to be a case of accidental murder.
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Analyst rings death knell for SMS
Mobile operators cannot rely on revenues from SMS growing at the same pace into the future, analyst firm Ovum warned today..
Nov 7 2007 7:29AM
802.11n sounds death knell for wired Ethernet
Despite security and reliability fears 802.11n wireless technology will start eroding the wired Ethernet market within the next 24 to 36 months, experts predict.
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