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Laurie Penny: A woman's opinion is the mini-skirt of the internet
You come to expect it, as a woman writer, particularly if you're political. You come to expect the vitriol, the insults, the death threats.
550,000-strong army of Mac zombies spreads across world • The Register
The Mac-specific Flashback Trojan created a zombie army of 550000 Mac machines by exploiting a Java hole that Apple only patched on Tuesday,
UK top dog for home Wi-Fi usage... almost • reghardware
Britain is second only to South Korea when it comes to the proportion of homes that have their own wireless network, we learned today. While
Ofcom calls for end to 0800 charges on mobiles • The Register
Brits calling freephone numbers for government helplines should be able to make those calls for free from their mobiles as well, Ofcom has s
Samsung rolls out ultra high-speed microSD cards • The Register
Samsung has launched a four times faster microSD card for tablets and LTE smartphones. The UHS-1 (ultra high speed) interface card stores up
Scientists plan 3D printable robots for the home • The Register
A team of academics has won a $10m grant for a five-year project to develop robots that can be designed and manufactured by anyone within 24
U.K. Hacker Accessed Accounts for 20 Months Before Bust
The takedown of Edward Pearson is said to be part of a larger crackdown on cybercrime in the UK.