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Rupert Murdoch's News of the World Accused of More Phone Hacks
Tabloid Accused of Hacking Terrorism Victims' Phones; Prime Minister Calls Scotland Yard
News of the World Accused of Hacking Phone of Murdered Girl, Milly Dowling
A story that has gripped Britain for a decade has now taken a bizarre twist. London's News of the World , a weekly tabloid focused on celebrity and crime scoops, is accused of hacking into the voicemail of a missing teenage girl in pursuit of exclusive stories. The case involves 13-year-old Milly
Breakdown Rocketmen and Internet Fixing Ferrets?
Finally! Automobile breakdown services can fly to my rescue rather than have to weave through traffic, ferrets can fix my Internet dead zone, and I can sit beside atoms travelling at the speed of light as I travel on the Underground! Be wary of Britain's news today, it's April Fools' Day ! Today
Virgin Media and Universal launch music service
Virgin Media, the cable TV operator owned by entrepreneur Richard Branson, launched a new kind of music download subscription service Monday with Universal, the world's largest music company. The service, described by the companies as a world first, will allow Virgin Media's broadband customers in
Choose Your Own Centerfold: Playboy on Sale for $300M
The Adult Magazine Is Scaling Back in a Last-Ditch Effort to Keep Publishing
ISPs Ready to Assist the RIAA?
Comcast and AT&T may be joining forces with the RIAA to stop illegal file sharing.
Leaked Report Details Secret Ad Software Trials in UK
A leaked internal report detailing the secret test of a targeted advertising system by BT could fuel further complaints about...
Microsoft to Go Hostile?
With its offer deadline come and gone, Microsoft might go the muscle route. TechCrunch posts bios for a possible new board.
Controversial Ad System Keeps Its Eye on the Money
Just a few weeks before the deployment of its controversial ad-targeting system, the CEO of Phorm is making a case that the...
Virtual Worlds: Risky Business?
Security and corporate image issues remain, but so do opportunities, a Gartner report says.