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  1. Microsoft advises against homebrew update WP7 tool
  2. Commodore Announces New Commodore64, VIC Computers
  3. Mammoth Microsoft Patch Will Fix 64 Flaws Next Tuesday
  4. YouTube unveils live-streaming service
  5. Windows 7 share tops XP for first time in U.S.
  6. Mozilla shoots for June 21 release of Firefox 5
  7. N.Y. man presses Facebook ownership claims
  8. uTorrent 2.2.1 (2.2.1.25203)
  9. Microsoft opens up Office 365 as public beta
  10. Google Video Purging Content
  11. Retailers drop Wii price to $170
  12. Yahoo plans to keep search records for 18 months
  13. Nero Multimedia Suite 10 (10.6.11300)
  14. iTunes 10.2.2 (10.2.2.12)
  15. At 18 Months, Windows 7 Still Living in WinXP's Shadow
  16. Another Windows 8 pre-beta surfaces
  17. PlayStation hacker took user info
  18. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.4
  19. Nintendo: Wii successor coming in 2012
  20. Scammers exploit bin Laden news in search, Facebook
  21. Windows 8 leaks reveal alleged app-store details
  22. IE9 can't stop Microsoft's browser slump
  23. Sony suspends SOE gaming following PlayStation hack
  24. CloneDVD 2.9.3.0
  25. Microsoft to issue critical Windows patch next week
  26. Sony Was Using Outdated Software Prior to PSN Breach
  27. Sony considers offering reward to help catch hackers
  28. Mozilla fights DHS over anti-MPAA, RIAA utility
  29. Unpatched DLL bugs let hackers exploit Windows 7 and IE9, says researcher
  30. Images Show Violent Exchange at Apple's Beijing Store During iPad 2 Launch
  31. YouTube Launches Full-length Movie Rentals
  32. Google launches Chrome PCs, takes on Microsoft
  33. Facebook profile access 'leaked' claims Symantec
  34. Skype Bought By Microsoft for $8.5 Billion
  35. Windows 7's malware infection rate climbs, XP's falls
  36. Facebook-Google rivalry intensifies with PR fiasco
  37. Limewire pays $105m settlement to music firms
  38. Final Fantasy maker Square Enix hacked
  39. Opera 11.11
  40. Amazon Quad-Core Tablet Rumored for 2011
  41. Sony offers Playstation Network apology package
  42. Apple reportedly aims to shrink micro-SIM card
  43. 'Duke Nukem Forever' Demo Launching June 3
  44. CommentsApple iPhone 5 Could Have iPod-like Curved Glass Display
  45. Microsoft Offering Students a Free Xbox 360 with PC Purchase
  46. Microsoft backpedals from Ballmer's Windows 8 comments
  47. Lady Gaga's 'Born This Way' overwhelms Amazon
  48. Yahoo rolls out new e-mail service
  49. Hotmail Targeted by Zero-Day Attack
  50. Spammers Create Short URL Systems to Beat Security
  51. AMD guns for Nvidia with new FirePro graphics cards
  52. Microsoft downplays IE 'cookiejacking' bug
  53. Sony PlayStation Network to be fully restored by weekend
  54. Cellphones 'possibly carcinogenic,' WHO says
  55. HP recalls 162,000 batteries from Pavilion and Compaq ranges
  56. Shareaza 2.5.5.0
  57. WinRAR 4.01
  58. Google faces new round of Android malware
  59. Acer to launch tablet running Intel's MeeGo
  60. Hmonitor 4.5.2.2
  61. Sinofsky shows off Windows 8 at D9
  62. Asus to launch Eee PC pre-loaded with Ubuntu Linux
  63. 17-year-old sells his kidney for iPad 2
  64. Duke Nukem Forever Launch Trailer
  65. iTunes leak suggests Automatic Download option coming to iOS 5
  66. Google Apps Giving Older Browsers the Boot
  67. Sony Europe Hacked: 150 Accounts Compromised
  68. IncrediMail 2 6.2.9 build 4992
  69. SeaMonkey 2.0.14
  70. Microsoft slates hefty Patch Tuesday, to fix 34 flaws next week
  71. iTunes 10.3.1 (10.3.1.55)
  72. SeaMonkey 2.1
  73. Mozilla gets tough on Firefox memory leaks
  74. Adobe Reader X (10.1.0)
  75. Microsoft hints at Windows 8 release date
  76. Mozilla to add built-in PDF viewer to Firefox
  77. Happy 100th birthday, Big Blue
  78. World's Oldest Working Light Bulb is 110 Years in the Shining
  79. Virgin breaks the bad news to Trojan-infected customers
  80. Microsoft IE8 flaw exploited in the wild
  81. British teenager arrested over LulzSec hacking attacks
  82. Microsoft expected to officially launch Office 365 next week
  83. HWiNFO32 v3.82
  84. Computer Hacker Pleads Guilty to Stealing IPad User Data
  85. uTorrent 3.0 (3.0.0.25406)
  86. LulzSec calls it quits after 50 days of 'mayhem'
  87. Mozilla mulls Firefox 3.6 retirement
  88. Pidgin 2.9.0
  89. Alleged hacker Ryan Cleary out on bail
  90. Rootkit infection requires Windows reinstall, says Microsoft
  91. Bus-Sized Asteroid Barely Misses Hitting Earth
  92. Facebook becomes more popular than Microsoft in UK
  93. Trillian 5.0.0.34
  94. Winamp 5.62
  95. Fox News hacker tweets Obama dead
  96. Microsoft to retire Office XP, Vista SP1 next week
  97. PDFs that exploit iPhone, iPad zero-day available on the Web
  98. News of the World Shutting Down Amidst Phone Hacking Scandal
  99. Microsoft plans 22 patches for Windows, Office next week
  100. SeaMonkey 2.2
  101. Microsoft revs dump-XP campaign, says 'time to move on'
  102. Speedfan 4.44
  103. Outpost Firewall Pro 7.5.1 (3791.596.1681)
  104. Lady Gaga UK website hacked
  105. Hotmail puts a block on flimsy passwords
  106. Woops! Microsoft leaks social net image
  107. Google fixes flaw that scrubbed websites from search index
  108. Google warns new malware epidemic has infected two million PCs
  109. iTunes 10.4 (10.4.0.80)
  110. Mozilla hustles to handle demise of Google Toolbar for Firefox
  111. Facebook Scams Popping Up That Exploit Norway Tragedy
  112. Microsoft gives manufacturers a taste of Mango
  113. MS-DOS turns 30
  114. Windows XP PCs breed rootkit infections
  115. Nintendo 3DS price dropping to $170
  116. Rumors Pin iPhone 5 Launch Mid-September
  117. ZoneAlarm Pro 10.0.250.000
  118. Toshiba announces 1TB 2.5-inch standard internal hard drive
  119. OS X Lion requires Windows 7 for Boot Camp
  120. Skype now available for the iPad
  121. Internet Explorer users have lower IQ says study
  122. Microsoft slates 22 patches for Windows, IE next week
  123. HWiNFO32 v3.83
  124. Mozilla shrinks Firefox's memory appetite
  125. Microsoft Opens Up About Windows 8
  126. IncrediMail 2 6.2.9 build 5055
  127. Mozilla to drop Firefox version number, sparks backlash
  128. Facebook Issues Security Guide for Teens, Parents, Teachers
  129. Windows boss confirms Windows 8 app store
  130. Facebook finally giving users more privacy control
  131. Twitter adds photo galleries to profiles
  132. Apple rumoured to be preparing low-price iPhone 4
  133. Steve Jobs resigns as Apple CEO, Tim Cook takes helm
  134. Windows XP turns 10
  135. Microsoft's Windows 8 to speed up file operations
  136. SeaMonkey 2.3.1
  137. Hmonitor 4.5.3.1
  138. New Windows worm spreads by attacking weak passwords
  139. Windows 8 Will Sport a Revamped Explorer
  140. Facebook pays for security loopholes
  141. SeaMonkey 2.3.2
  142. Opera 11.51
  143. Microsoft's IE will drop under 50% share by mid-2012
  144. Apple and Police Ransack Home to Find iPhone 5
  145. Microsoft denies Windows Phone 7 user tracking accusations
  146. Microsoft defends use of ribbon in Windows 8
  147. Google puts Desktop app out to pasture
  148. HWiNFO32 v3.86
  149. Microsoft to overhaul Hotmail
  150. Windows 8 tablet to debut at Microsoft Build developer conference
  151. Microsoft demonstrates eight-second boot-up in Windows 8
  152. Most will access Internet via mobile devices by 2015, IDC says
  153. SeaMonkey 2.3.3
  154. 5,000 Microsoft developers get Samsung preview tablets
  155. Windows 8 steps beyond the desktop
  156. Adobe Reader X (10.1.1)
  157. Windows 8 Developer Preview Download
  158. Microsoft Build: No legacy Windows apps for ARM devices
  159. Windows 8 to get important security tweaks
  160. Windows 8 Samsung developer tablets turn up on eBay
  161. SeaMonkey 2.4
  162. Diablo III Officially Launches in 2012
  163. Amazon unveils Kindle Fire
  164. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.5
  165. Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus unveiled by Samsung
  166. Amazon's Silk browser raises privacy, security eyebrows
  167. SeaMonkey 2.4.1
  168. Apple unveils iPhone 4S
  169. Mozilla aims to add silent updating to Firefox 10
  170. AMD's first eight-core desktop processors detailed
  171. Pirate Bay Website Circumvents Belgian Blocking
  172. Nero 11 (11.0.10700)
  173. Microsoft to ship last service pack for Office 2007 this month
  174. iTunes 10.5 (10.5.0.142)
  175. Asus debuts ZenBook, a sub-$1,000 ultrabook
  176. Apple to Hold Memorial Service for Steve Jobs
  177. HWiNFO32 v3.88
  178. Sesame Street YouTube channel hit by porn hack
  179. Opera 11.52
  180. PlayStation Vita to Go on Sale in Americas, Europe on Feb 22
  181. Windows 8 will be on ultrabooks next year, Intel executive says
  182. Steve Jobs vowed to 'destroy' Android
  183. Apple quietly updates MacBook Pro laptop line
  184. Google inadvertently leaks details of Gmail redesign
  185. Mozilla, Microsoft debut Bing-ed Firefox
  186. Winamp 5.622
  187. ZoneAlarm Pro 10.1.056.000
  188. Windows 8 desktop to replace Aero UI with Metro look
  189. Microsoft's IE posts biggest share drop in three years
  190. Microsoft Unlikely to Patch Duqu Kernel Bug Next Week
  191. Google to roll out revamped Gmail in the next few days
  192. Microsoft releases manual fix for Duqu zero-day
  193. Windows 8 plans to better manage your battery life
  194. HWiNFO32 v3.90
  195. HyperSnap-DX 7.08.01
  196. Google said to be launching music service next week
  197. Steam hack confirmed by Valve game company
  198. RIAA: Google Refused to Remove MP3 Download App
  199. Intel peaks on PC performance with new six-core chip
  200. Apple Will Replace Your Overheating First-Gen iPod Nano
  201. Microsoft readies Windows 8 for embedded applications
  202. iTunes 10.5.1 (10.5.1.42)
  203. Facebook confirms nasty porn storm
  204. 40th Anniversary of the Microprocessor
  205. Windows 8 to Reduce Need for Restarting After Updates
  206. Google announces Google Music service
  207. Next generation consoles may arrive in 2012
  208. Facebook finds culprit behind porn spam attack
  209. Microsoft embraces Kinect hacks, readies PC hardware
  210. Microsoft slashes upgrade times for Windows 8
  211. Firefox's proposed silent updates carry a security risk
  212. European court rules that ISPs can't be forced to block pirated content
  213. Hackers launch millions of Java exploits, says Microsoft
  214. Microsoft reportedly readying Office for the iPad
  215. WinZip 16.0
  216. Seagate boosts laptops with updated Momentus hybrid drive
  217. Hackers jailbreak RIM's PlayBook
  218. Microsoft Updates Exchange 2010
  219. YouTube's website redesign puts the focus on channels
  220. Opera 11.60
  221. Microsoft slates Windows 8 beta for late February 2012
  222. Microsoft launches Xbox Live app for iPhone users
  223. Speedfan 4.45
  224. Facebook bug sees Zuckerberg pictures posted online
  225. Google pulls 22 more malicious Android apps from Market
  226. Modern Warfare 3 hits the $1bn mark in record time
  227. Winamp 5.623
  228. HWiNFO32 v3.91
  229. Microsoft quietly launches $99/hr. paid support service
  230. Pidgin 2.10.1
  231. Apple said to be developing Retina display MacBook Pro
  232. Microsoft to push out automatic Internet Explorer upgrades
  233. Trillian 5.1.0.17
  234. Apple rumoured to be working on 7.85in iPad
  235. Windows 8 to feature image sign-on system
  236. Microsoft To Withdraw From CES
  237. Musical Google Doodle Wishes Users 'Happy Holidays'
  238. SeaMonkey 2.6.1
  239. ZoneAlarm Pro 10.1.079.000
  240. ZoneAlarm Antivirus 10.1.079.000
  241. ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite 10.1.079.000
  242. Microsoft sues U.K. retail chain for pirating Windows
  243. Microsoft celebrates after Internet Explorer 6 declines in US
  244. Windows 8 Allows PC Refresh Without Deleting Files, Settings
  245. CopyTo 5.0.1.2
  246. Microsoft plans big January Patch Tuesday
  247. Symantec confirms theft of Norton AV source code by hackers
  248. uTorrent 3.1 (26650)
  249. Steve Jobs action figure pulled from market
  250. Expect Windows 8 in October