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Make an iPod touch into an iPhone with 3's MiFi bundle

3 is bundling an iPod touch with a MiFi wireless modem. Add a VoIP application and a microphone headset and you've created a bodger's iPhone

By November 30, 2009

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Verizon MiFi lets iPhone download big files on the go

Sitting on a plane during boarding on the way to start Road Trip 2009, CNET's Daniel Terdiman uses Verizon's new mobile hot spot technology to create a Wi-Fi signal and downloads a large file on his iPhone.

By June 21, 2009

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MiGhtyDocs puts offline Google Docs on your iPhone

Want to get some Google Docs action on your iPhone but not go through Safari? Check out MiGhtyDocs, a simple document and spreadsheet viewer that's completely free.

By August 10, 2008

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Dutch firm linked to many more fraudulent Net certificates

Domains for which fraudulent security certificates were issued includes CIA, MI6, Facebook, Microsoft, Skype, and Twitter. Spying on Iranian dissidents may have been the hackers' goal.

By September 5, 2011

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Wife exposes chief spy's personal life on Facebook

The wife of the new head of MI6 reveals details of their vacations, their children, their celebrity friends, and even how he looks in swimming attire.

By July 5, 2009

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Buzz Out Loud 1012: Disregard this episode

Well, you don't really need to totally disregard this episode, but that is what 10-12 means in CB radio talk. And the news is light. Although we do learn that the head of MI6's speedo is not a state secret. But it SHOULD be!

By July 6, 2009

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Ep. 1012: Disregard this episode

Well you don't really need to totally disregard this episode, but that is what 10-12 means in CB radio talk. And the news is light. Although we do learn that the head of MI6's speedo is not a state secret. But it SHOULD be!

By July 6, 2009

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A Tour of Bletchley Park: Codebreaking that helped win WWII, and the birthplace of the modern computer

Estimated to have taken two years off WWII, saving countless lives, the code and cipherbreaking of Bletchley Park was instrumental to the Allies' win. Here's a photo tour of this once-secret pantheon of codebreaking, and the birthplace of the modern computer.

By May 30, 2014

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Govt employee posts '007' job ad on DirectGov website

A joke job advert was posted on a government website recently, looking for a James Bond-style special agent.

By November 24, 2012

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U.K. government tapped into PRISM surveillance program

According to a report, the U.K. government allegedly bypassed international intelligence-sharing treaties by piggybacking on the NSA's reported PRISM network.

By June 7, 2013