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Do you think Apple has hit a wall with its iPod? Hmm, here are some interesting takes on the future of hard drive technology. Sony will show off 27 games for the PS3 at the Tokyo game show next month. A UK spammer gets two month curfew for taking down his former employer's mail server.

Lennon had originally been cleared of the charges in November 2005, after another judge ruled that it wasn't an offense to overwhelm an e-mail server with millions of messages. This ruling was later challenged by the Crown Prosecution Service. In May 2006, the case was sent back to the Magistrates Court.

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