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Despite concerns that federal authorities might fine or arrest him, hacker Chris Paget went ahead with a live demonstration of mobile phone interception at the Defcon hacking conference Saturday.
 
Twitter, the social networking site that allows users to say something in 140 characters or less, passed another milestone on Saturday with the sending of tweet number 20 billion.
 
The U.S. Veterans Administration is making upward of $12 billion in IT contracts available to businesses over the next five years, as part of an effort to modernize its operations.
 
Android isn't just for smartphones anymore. Google's mobile operating system is coming to tablets that could rival the iPad in portability and usefulness for business.
 
Working as a computer columnist is dangerous work. Living on the cutting edge of technology is fun, but it's an edge that cuts both ways -- it's a life-threatening lifestyle, according to new research.
 
A few companies in the Fortune 500 need to upgrade their Web browsers. And while they're at it, a little in-house training on social engineering wouldn't be a bad idea, either.
 
The former San Francisco network administrator who refused to hand over passwords for one of the city's networks was denied a new trial on Friday and is expected to be sentenced Aug. 6, a spokeswoman for the district attorney's office said.
 

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