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Opinion: Mobile Me finally fixed... for now
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SAP Tomorrow's never now
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Only two-thirds of Chinese steal software now
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Tenth of junk email now MP3 spam
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The bad guys are in a creative crisis, and unable to conjure up new attacks to target networks, according to Kaspersky Lab's most recent quarterly Malware Evolution report.
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FeedBurner premium news feed now free
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2008 SC Magazine Awards nominations are now open
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The so-called storm worm is not letting up, as the gang of cyberthieves behind the mass-spammed trojan attack created new variants over the weekend to elude anti-virus software.
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Fibre broadband now cheaper than cable
Price reduction for FTTx services makes fibre more attractive.
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