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London gets free Wi-Fi July 16, 2007 The Thames gets lined with free wireless Internet coverage, while fee-based hot spots emerge across the United Kingdom.
Alleged NASA hacker's appeal begins February 14, 2007 Gary McKinnon, accused of breaking into NASA networks, is fighting extradition to the U.S. where he could face antiterrorism charges.
BlackBerry's legal limbo February 2, 2006 As Research In Motion heads toward a key ruling in the U.S., the Justice Department and foreign courts weigh in.
Security from A to Z: Extradition November 27, 2006 Hacking is an international crime. Is extradition the right way for governments to go? Part of a series on hot topics in security.
Liquid explosives threaten air travel August 11, 2006 Leave your water bottle behind if you're flying anytime soon. In London, you can't bring an iPod, either. Airline luggage restrictions here to stay?
Ballmer: Microsoft is thinking green March 5, 2008 At the CeBit technology show in Hannover, the chief executive says the software giant is focusing on lowering energy consumption.
Office Live exits beta November 15, 2006 Microsoft's Net-based software becomes generally available in U.S., while betas are released in U.K., France, Japan and Germany.
U.S. reaches Net detente with U.N. November 16, 2005 United States won't give up Net management, but deal from United Nations summit in Tunisia creates new forum for more talks. Photo: Summit in Tunisia
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