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  1. BBC iPlayer extends download service to Android
  2. Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 event September 23rd Microsoft confirms
  3. Sony unveils PlayStation Vita TV
  4. Wikileaks server for sale on eBay
  5. Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for September 2013
  6. Adobe Reader XI (11.0.04)
  7. Apple iPhone 5S and 5C handsets unveiled in California
  8. HWiNFO 4.24
  9. 'Harry Potter' spin-off movie series announced, written by J.K. Rowling
  10. Microsoft offers $200 token for used iPads
  11. Mozilla postpones Windows 8 'Metro' Firefox to late January
  12. GTA 5 iOS App Revealed Ahead of Midnight Launch Events
  13. Mozilla Firefox 24.0
  14. Microsoft makes Windows 8.1 more DIY-friendly with full versions
  15. Hackers exploit critical IE bug; Microsoft promises patch
  16. Valve drops hints about Steam game hardware
  17. Mozilla Firefox 25.0 Beta 1
  18. Microsoft pushes faster, touch-friendly IE11 preview onto Windows 7
  19. Apple's iOS 7 Now Available for Download
  20. 3 Arrested for Violent GTA 5 Robbery
  21. Apple iTunes 11.1 (11.1.0.126)
  22. Longtime Nintendo president dies
  23. GTA 5 Sales Top $1 Billion in 3 Days
  24. Google revamps logo and search page
  25. Microsoft Lifts Curtain on Surface 2, Pro 2
  26. Valve announces SteamOS as it renews living room push
  27. Google fixes lengthy, widespread Gmail glitch
  28. Microsoft offers 200GB SkyDrive storage for $100 a year
  29. Microsoft puts Windows XP laggards in a pinch
  30. Apple announces new desktops
  31. Bill Gates: 'Control+Alt+Delete' Was a Mistake
  32. Yahoo in recycled email privacy row
  33. Apache OpenOffice 4.0.1 for Windows/Linux/Mac
  34. jv16 PowerTools 2014 (3.2.0.1341)
  35. Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer dances at tearful send-off
  36. Mozilla Firefox 25.0 Beta 3
  37. Microsoft makes Xbox Live Gold free for the weekend
  38. Public release of IE exploit could spark widespread attacks
  39. US websites suspended after federal shutdown
  40. Microsoft shows off modern browser with 1995 computer game
  41. PS3 Update Adds Auto Downloads, Data Transfer With Vita
  42. Microsoft returns to CES Las Vegas tech show
  43. Microsoft to patch zero-day IE bug now under attack
  44. First Steam Machines Will Have Intel, Nvidia Inside
  45. Hackers steal data on 2.9 million Adobe customers
  46. Apple iTunes 11.1.1 (11.1.1.11)
  47. Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for October 2013
  48. Windows XP support cut-off hits six months until deadline
  49. Blu-Ray albums target hi-fi fans
  50. Sony PS4 controller will work with Windows PCs from launch
  51. Microsoft stores to open at midnight for Surface 2 launch
  52. GTA 5 Breaks 7 Guinness World Records
  53. Mozilla Firefox 25.0 Beta 6
  54. Facebook To Axe Search-by-Name Opt-Out Feature
  55. D-Link to padlock router backdoor by Halloween
  56. Microsoft gives Office to students whose teachers buy it
  57. 'Angry Birds Go!' Launches Dec. 11
  58. Argos takes on Tesco with £100 Android MyTablet as e-commerce soars
  59. Twitter opening up private messages to anyone
  60. Google Extends Support for Chrome on XP Until 2015
  61. Mozilla Firefox 25.0 Beta 8
  62. BitTorrent search site IsoHunt will shut down, pay MPAA $110 million
  63. PlayStation 3 beats Xbox 360's U.S. sales for the first time in years
  64. Nokia World reveals phablets and tablets in Abu Dhabi
  65. Facebook Criticized for Reversing Ban on Beheading Videos
  66. Trillian 5.4.0.13
  67. Apple iTunes 11.1.2 (11.1.2.31)
  68. HWiNFO 4.26
  69. AMD Unleashes Graphics Core Next-Based Radeon R9 290X
  70. How YouTube's Subscription Service Will Benefit Record Labels
  71. Dell assures laptop owners that the awful smell isn't cat pee
  72. Windows XP infection rate may jump 66% after patches end in April
  73. ISPs told to block 21 pirate sites
  74. Mozilla Firefox 25.0
  75. ZoneAlarm Antivirus 12.0.104.000
  76. ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite 12.0.104.000
  77. ZoneAlarm Pro 12.0.104.000
  78. WinZip 18
  79. Google launches Nexus 5 handset with Android Kitkat
  80. Apple iTunes 11.1.2 (11.1.2.32)
  81. Windows 8.1 creates mouse-control problems for gamers
  82. Nintendo to bring Wii Mini to US later this month
  83. Western Digital Inflates 3.5in HDD Storage To 6TB Using Helium
  84. Microsoft warns users of hacker attacks
  85. Apple iTunes 11.1.3 (11.1.3.8)
  86. Internet Explorer 11 Lands in Windows 7
  87. Internet Explorer 11 Blocker Toolkit
  88. Shared bug bounty program praised by security researchers
  89. Blizzard Unveils 'World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor' Expansion
  90. 'Lover Spy' hacker makes FBI 'most wanted' list
  91. Microsoft accidentally ships Xbox One two weeks early
  92. Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for November 2013
  93. Mozilla Firefox 26.0 Beta 4
  94. Facebook urges users to change passwords following Adobe breach
  95. Microsoft Releases Free 3D Printing App for Windows 8.1
  96. Chicago hacker tied to Anonymous given 10 years in prison
  97. Sony's PlayStation 4 goes on sale
  98. Mozilla Firefox 25.0.1
  99. Sony responds to PS4 glitch reports with guide
  100. Mozilla ushers in new Firefox UI
  101. Skype 6.11.0.102
  102. The end of an era: Winamp's shutting down
  103. Microsoft to deliver Office 2013 SP1 in early '14
  104. Microsoft acknowledges Xbox problem with disc drive
  105. Apple Reportedly Prepping 12.9-Inch iPad
  106. Xbox gamers suspended in cursing crackdown
  107. Winamp 5.666
  108. Microsoft Launches Xbox Video Service on the Web
  109. Acer announces first Chromebook with touchscreen for $299.99
  110. Fresh Microsoft Windows XP Flaw Exploited In Targeted Attacks
  111. Sony is taking wearable technology to a whole new level
  112. US agrees to pay $50m after 'piracy' of software
  113. Man Accidentally Throws Out Hard Drive Containing £4m Worth Of Bitcoins
  114. Apple ditches discounts, goes with gift cards for Black Friday sale
  115. Black Friday Amazon Deals
  116. PlayStation 4 'starting to sell out'
  117. Windows 7 market share still growing despite newer operating systems
  118. PS4 outstrips Xbox One to become UK's fastest selling console
  119. Microsoft working on a smart bra to measure mood
  120. Mozilla Firefox 26.0 Beta 10
  121. Microsoft lines up critical Windows, Office and IE fixes for next week
  122. Almost Two Million Account Passwords Stolen and Posted Online
  123. Google offers Gmail and Calendar data download
  124. Microsoft ends Windows 7 retail sales
  125. Microsoft disrupts ZeroAccess web fraud botnet
  126. Microsoft sells out Dell tablet doorbuster in minutes
  127. Facebook develops 'sympathise' button
  128. Mozilla Firefox 26.0
  129. Apple to launch its 12 Days of Gifts promotion in the U.S. after Christmas
  130. Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for December 2013
  131. Microsoft retracts Windows 7 PC end-of-sales deadline
  132. Yahoo Apologizes for Prolonged Outage of Revamped E-Mail Service
  133. Outlook.com aims to ease the switch from Gmail
  134. Xbox One sales top 2 million
  135. Twitter backtracks on blocking changes
  136. Overheating HP Chromebook 11 chargers recalled due to fire and burn risks
  137. Facebook tops Google searches for UK in 2013
  138. Mozilla Firefox 27.0 Beta 2
  139. Microsoft takes down faulty Surface Pro 2 update
  140. Yahoo Mail brings back popular tabs feature
  141. Balky browsers tick off tablet owners
  142. Apple large-size tablet rumored for launch in October 2014
  143. Cryptolocker ransomware has 'infected about 250,000 PCs'
  144. Follow Father Christmas as he rockets around the globe
  145. Internet Archive puts classic 70s and 80s games online
  146. Cash machines robbed with infected USB sticks
  147. Planet likely to warm by 4C by 2100, scientists warn
  148. 4.6M Snapchat Usernames, Phone Numbers Leaked Online
  149. Unencrypted Windows crash reports give 'significant advantage' to hackers, spies
  150. Hashtag, twerking and selfie: Most annoying words of the year
  151. Modern-style Firefox for Windows 8 pushed back to March
  152. 'The Hobbit' Named 2013's Most Pirated Movie
  153. Windows 8 regains uptake mojo, XP restarts death slide
  154. Facebook Accused Of Reading Private Messages, Selling Data
  155. Steam gaming portal left for dead after purported DDoS attack
  156. Wii Fit U Retail Version Hits Stores Jan. 10
  157. Kirsty Cox jailed for two years for £450,000 iPad scam
  158. Yahoo found serving Java malware-spreading ads
  159. PS4 outselling Xbox One by 1 million consoles
  160. Windows 8.1 update images pop up online
  161. Samsung Plans Galaxy S5 by April With Possible Eye-Scan Security
  162. Patch Tuesday preview: Get your Windows XP patches while they last
  163. Dropbox Says Site Down After Maintenance Error, Not From Hackers
  164. Windows 9 slated for 2015 as Windows 8 'tanking'
  165. Nero 2014 (15.0.03900)
  166. Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for January 2014
  167. Twitter rolling out new Web design
  168. Adobe Reader XI (11.0.06)
  169. Facebook Rolls Out Trending Topics
  170. Microsoft extends Windows XP anti-malware support to July 2015
  171. Samsung officially unveils Galaxy Tab 3 Lite tablet
  172. Google to face UK users in privacy row
  173. Microsoft re-releases latest Surface Pro 2 update following initial issues
  174. Nintendo Admits Wii U Failure, Slashes Forecast
  175. Google unveils 'smart contact lens' to measure glucose levels
  176. Google bans two extensions from Chrome store that sent malware
  177. You're Still Using Terrible Passwords
  178. Refrigerator Used By Hackers In Cyber Attack
  179. HP, citing popular demand, begins promoting PCs with Windows 7
  180. Windows 8.1 update may serve Metro apps from the desktop
  181. Microsoft in more hacking misery
  182. HWiNFO 4.32
  183. New Windows malware tries to infect Android devices connected to PCs
  184. Apple iOS 7 Update to Fix Random Reboots
  185. Facebook “To Lose 80 Percent of Users By 2017”
  186. foobar2000 v1.3.1
  187. Rare Nintendo cartridge fetches $99,902 on eBay
  188. Microsoft retains weapon to silently scrub XP
  189. FBI warns shops to watch for checkout thefts
  190. NSA and GCHQ target 'leaky' phone apps like Angry Birds to scoop user data
  191. SkyDrive is now OneDrive after trademark spat
  192. Apple iTunes 11.1.4 (11.1.4.62)
  193. Mozilla Firefox 27.0 Beta 9
  194. Apple patents solar-powered MacBook
  195. Were you charged $9.84? It might be fraud
  196. Prince fans' shock at $22m piracy action
  197. Pidgin 2.10.8
  198. Angry Birds website hacked after NSA-GCHQ leaks
  199. Gmail Bug Might Have Accidentally Deleted Your Email
  200. Netherlands court orders end to Pirate Bay ban
  201. Microsoft will give you $100 to trade PS3 for Xbox One
  202. Smartphones overtake handheld consoles as gaming platform of choice
  203. Yahoo Mail hit by hackers, passwords reset
  204. Amazon Prime Could Get $20-$40 Price Hike
  205. Pwn2Own hack contest puts record $645K on prize table
  206. Websites busted for pushing counterfeit Super Bowl gear
  207. Sorry Windows 8, XP Is Still in the Game
  208. Windows 8.1 refresh leaks to the Web
  209. Facebook: The Mixed Legacy Of Its First Ten Years
  210. Mozilla Firefox 27.0
  211. Big Xbox One Update Scheduled for Feb. 11
  212. Man pleads with Facebook to see dead son’s video
  213. Sony to sell PC unit and cut jobs
  214. Firefox for Windows 8 Touch Beta (28.0 Beta 1)
  215. Microsoft plans another short patch slate for next week
  216. Developer says he's taking down popular 'Flappy Bird'
  217. Microsoft asks for help coaxing users to ditch Windows XP
  218. EA faces criticism over mobile Dungeon Keeper game
  219. Microsoft adds critical IE, XP fixes to Tuesday's patch slate
  220. Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for February 2014
  221. Firefox to start displaying ads on ‘new tab’ page, Mozilla announces
  222. Hackers circulate thousands of FTP credentials, New York Times among those hit
  223. Is Microsoft rethinking its decision to build Office for iPad?
  224. Microsoft Windows 8 lags predecessor in first-year sales
  225. IE10 under attack as hackers exploit zero-day bug
  226. Facebook expands gender options for user profiles
  227. Thousands hit in Tesco.com attack
  228. Mozilla Firefox 27.0.1
  229. Microsoft Office may come to iPad before Windows 8
  230. Microsoft sets Oct. 31 as stop date for Windows 7 consumer PC sales
  231. Report: Samsung Galaxy S5 to have larger, sharper display
  232. Nvidia Unleashes First 'Maxwell'-Class GPUs
  233. Sony sells 5.3 million Playstation consoles, exceeds full-year target
  234. Valve challenged over anti-cheating tools
  235. Microsoft Completes Its OneDrive Rebranding, Adds Features
  236. First Ubuntu phones to launch in 2014
  237. Microsoft concedes Windows 8.1 needs more for mouse, keyboard customers
  238. Microsoft slashes Xbox price to £399 to boost sales
  239. SanDisk microSD cards hit 128GB
  240. Nokia launches first Android phones
  241. Gmail Adds 'Unsubscribe' Link for Pesky Mailing Lists
  242. Microsoft again urges customers to ditch XP, Office 2003
  243. 'Treasure trove' of personal details found
  244. Apple iTunes 11.1.5 (11.1.5.5)
  245. Microsoft hints at new apps for Office suite
  246. Virgin Media Boosts Top Fibre Optic Speeds to 152Mbps
  247. Windows XP will continue receiving security support in China
  248. Android Tablet Sales Overtake Apple's iPad in 2013
  249. Microsoft reacts to XP upgrade critics with free file transfer tool
  250. Shareaza 2.7.2.0