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Sony warehouse burns in London riots

The facility was the hub of U.K. distribution for optical discs, including Blu-rays, DVDs, games, music, and films.

By August 9, 2011

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Social networking fanning London's flames?

The British cities of London and Birmingham experience serious rioting. Rioters reportedly exploit Twitter and BlackBerry's free Messenger system to facilitate looting.

By August 8, 2011

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Are you a PHP developer with mad skills? We need you!

We're looking for an experienced PHP developer to support our ongoing efforts to fill the Internet with amazingness. We'd love to hear from you.

By April 11, 2011

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Windows Phone 7 filmed running on prototype Asus handset

A prototype of what could be the first Asus smart phone on the market to run Windows Phone 7 has been captured in a video.

By September 10, 2010

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Nokia and Intel promise unlikely sounding 3D holograms in phones

Nokia and Intel are working on fancy sci-fi 3D holographic technology, in a new lab they've built in partnership centring on their MeeGo OS.

By August 24, 2010

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Windows 7 service pack 1 coming early next year

Service pack will include updates based on those delivered by Windows Update as well as additional tweaks. Also coming is Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.

By July 22, 2010

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Microsoft: Azure's showing business allure

Developer tools will be the key to Azure's success, says Microsoft's Bob Muglia.

By June 29, 2010

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CNET UK is 5 years old!

It's our birthday, and we'll cry if we want to. Yes, CNET UK is 5 years old today -- and we're looking back at the best bits of the last five years

By May 18, 2010

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Jimmy Wales on what's next for Wikipedia

Founder of the online community-written encyclopedia talks to Silicon.com about what's next for the site and why it needs geeks of all kinds.

By November 6, 2009

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Report: Wikipedia losing volunteers

The online encyclopedia's volunteers, who write, edit, and fact-check, are dropping out at a suddenly quickened pace, says The Wall Street Journal.

By November 23, 2009