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18th > April > 2007 Archive

Hitachi woos mid-sized Americans with new blade

560 cores, 110 volts

Curl back with Web 2.0 punch

Web 2.0 ExpoStyle and substance

University admins lend phishers a hand

Hacked cluster serves up addresses

IBM fires on some cylinders in Q1

Software and services good

Yahoo! profits nothing to shout about!

Panama fails to cap sales

Intel introduces ultra-mobile PC platform

IDF'Stealy' revealed as Centrino for UMPCs

Chip giant pledges integrated graphics boost

IDFRender mender

$1m concept PC contest winners named

IDFBut neither of them on the public shortlist

Woven threatens to make 10Gig E cheap and stable

Fibre Channel? Infiniband? Forget it

Quote of the Day

IDFWhat tickles Intel veep Steve Smith

C2000 projects high hopes for AV biz

Targets SMEs and education

Finance managers top company fraud list

Absolute power corrupts absolutely

Delusional thoroughbred chief wants US out of GATS

House of CardsHorseracing head keeps head in sand

Orange and Vodafone cripple Nokia's flagship

N95 comes with VoIP disabled

'Please read this important email: you are being shot'

AnalysisAre you Twittering this?

Intel inserts hack into Celebrity

IDFCast aside like Monday's mat

Google grants webmasters the power of China

Deindexing for the masses

US Navy malware infection risked submarine prang

Disgruntled contractor donned black hat after losing business

HP ProCurve gets the NAC

The enforcer at the edge

BlackBerry network squashed

Email-push pushed over in USA and Canada

Spanish flag flies over Gibraltar

British sovereign territory violated, military action likely

Austrian OAPs in crazed hare terror ordeal

Police shoot would-be leporine assassin

Fast trekkin' to requirements

Who's afraid of requirements management?

UK crematoria eye heavyweight incinerators

Coffins growing with the nation's waistlines

Dual- and quad-core 'Penryn' CPUs benchmarked


Data chief does a Bronson over Grange Hill firm's CV exposé

You boy!

'Smart dust' to explore alien worlds

Or assemble itself into shapeshifting android vampire assassins

Goldsmiths appoints professor of games

Ex-IBMer joins Brit art's alma mater

Orange broadband trials error hijacking

ASP: advertising service provider

China fails to ban nude web chats

No basis in law for a cover-up

Midlands police cuff war driving duo

Cardboard camouflage ruse fails Wi-Fi 'thief'

Workplace smut runs rampant

Security policies honoured in the breach

The VoIP wars: air supply is an optional feature

Mobile carriers seek to choke new market

MPs give Ofcom a high def battering

OfcomwatchDon't mess with Chorley

UK's 'elitist' immigration rules billed for January 2008

Byrne gets tough on border control

Rookie plumber torches £5m mansion

First day on the job goes up in smoke

Barclays deploys PINsentry to fight fraud

Chip-and-PIN marches into the home

LG launches first foray into dual-format HD arena

UK release of Blu-ray/HD DVD high-definition player

Ethanol cars unhealthier than petrol ones?

Quixotic Californian boffin favours windmill-powered motors

HD DVD player sales pass 100k mark in US

Rising demand

Afghanistan succumbs to killer virus hoax

Mobile message of death crosses border

Reg readers admit to faking it

Reg Reader StudiesPoll results: The frustrations of front line support

Heavy competition hits Motorola's bottom line

Slumping phone sales

Study: Users pay for Microsoft patent woes

'Patent tax' of $21.50 each

eBay profits jump 52 per cent

More, more, more

ICANN gets restraining order against RegisterFly

$6000 chihuahua brought to heel at last

Role-players amok in Second Life

ColumnGames within a game

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