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Pro-Palestine vandals deface Army, NATO sites

Online vandals protesting Israel's military action in Gaza have defaced thousands of websites, including high-profile sites belonging to the US Army, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, and a Washington-based group that oversees homeland security.
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Microsoft delays first Windows 7 public beta

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G-Technology puts SSD RAID in your pocket

Macworld Expo G-Technology announced an exceedingly compact, exceedingly snappy, exceedingly durable, exceedingly expensive portable drive at this week's Macworld Expo.

Storage RAIDs Jobless Apple show

Macworld Expo Although Macworld Expo 2009 had a decidedly consumer-focused feel, high-end storage also played its part.

Bubble-gum cards go interactive

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Linux-based gizmo construction kit gets extra bricks

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Boffins offer plastic printing service

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APT finds fix for iffy Bluetooth stereo audio

CES APT reckons it can stop Bluetooth stereo sounding - not to put too fine a point on it - ghastly.

Hands on with Sony's PRS-700 ebook reader

CES Since we Europeans seem a far more literate bunch than our colonial cousins, it rather begs the question why on Earth the Shermans get the new Sony ebook reader while we don't.

Asus' angular laptop-of-the-future designs spied

CES Hidden away from the hordes of Eee PCs on Asus' CES stand - how many variants on the netbook theme can this company come up with? - was a set of concept laptop designs that quite caught our eye.

Sony shows 'flexi OLED' curvacious concept kit

CES While commercial products are still probably a few years away, the Flex OLED Future Concepts designs on Sony's CES stand rapidly became a major focus of interest at the show.

Mio enters spirit of motoring with new satnav UI

CES Mio has introduced a slick new satnav UI designed, it claims, to make it easier to spot interesting items en route.