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13th > September > 2007 Archive

Cisco and VMware buddy up for VFrame Data Center

You want to put my hypervisor where?

Canonical and VMware team on mini-Ubuntu

VMworldIt's JeOSy

eBay glitch sends packages to wrong addresses

Promises fix soon

Apple iPod Classic

ReviewIn a metal mood

Nvidia fills out Quadro DirectX 10 line-up

Entry-level and mid-range cards added

World's smallest economy dives into web scrum

Tiny Pacific islands target TinyURL territory

Report backs mobile IT for police

Could cut red tape

EDS shows one in four staff the door

Early retirement for 12,000 US staff

IT overruns costing business €375m a year

A quarter run 50% over budget

Belkin, SanDisk launch charity kit

L'Oreal sues eBay over counterfeit goods

Says tat bazaar is not doing enough

Fujitsu Services ends union dispute

Responds to union's demands

Religious hatred a crime from October, but exemptions are wide

Closes one loophole but opens others

Virtualization standards becoming a reality

Virtual reality, oh ho ho

Enraged bee bursts Taiwanese woman's breast implant

Swarm in a B cup

Ofcom fails to prevent release of cell locations

But operators might not play ball

Shuttle debuts 'deluxe, glamorous' SFF PC

Reference kilo shows mysterious weight loss

First Lindsay, then Nicole, now the standard unit of mass

Sony to roll out four Blu-ray recorders

Strategy to cement the format's popularity

Motorola transmits dual Walkie Talkie range

Come in Whisky, err, Vodka, Baileys, foxtrot, over

Morse snaps up consultancy firm

Goes after financial services X factor with Xayce

Trojan planted on US Consulate website

Russian roulette

If you think the IT industry is grey and colourless, wait until you get a load of this

Bebo fingers Yahoo! for display ads

Hey! Kids! Buy! This!

Led Zeppelin reunion opens with Communication Breakdown

Website goes down like a...oh

Keeping a Hawk-Eye on those miserable Wii kids

ColumnTechnology is bad, m'kay

US allows import of Qualcomm chips

As long as they're in someone else's phone

Wii becomes best-selling next-gen console

Early forecast confirmed

Blind Judo master floors tobacco stealing skinhead

Hairless, brainless and still ciggie-less

PC superstore unhinged by Linux

'Like buying a BMW and putting a Ford engine in it'

NZ surveillance target attempts to flog tracking kit

Kiwi 'Keystone Cops' uncloaked

You bought into mobile email - what have you got to show for it?

Mobile ClinicHave mobiles increased productivity?

Online car tax saves planet from carbon hell

One stamp at a time...

Cassini reveals two faces of Iapetus

Weird black and white moon

Wengé wood inspires Sony's autumn Vaios

Sod robots, send people into space: report

Manned missions will inspire the nation

RIM colours up BlackBerry Pearl

Pick a colour, any colour

MPs criticise e-health record progress

Better planning and more consultation needed

Boffins develop Terminator-vision goggles

Acid trips without the... er... acid

Symantec launches new SMB partner programme

Goes after lucrative, 'burgeoning market'

YouTube, Viacom bow to light-sabre wielding defender of online justice

Jedi Knight saves the world

Navman queues up flagship satnav range

Asus launches 'first' GPS laptop

Cybersquatter storms the Bastille (Linux)

Prompts rebrand

IBM holds 128-thread 'Q7' variant of Power7

Exclusive2010 super booster?

Hypercard tool gets Linux leg up

Runtime Revolution responds to Linux growth

Artist formerly known as The Artist Formerly Known As Prince attacks internet

Prince joins The Police to fight mouse pads

Canadian police detain Nigerian in alleged 419 scam

Ghana's greed

Azul smacks down Reg claims with $40m

All funded up with somewhere to go

Lawsuit claims sex-discrimination, bias at EMC

Flag raised over strip club bonding

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