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12th > December > 2007 Archive

When Commodore ruled the world

And programmers talked to rabbits

Hey, HP laptop owners: click here to get hijacked

Pwnage made simple

Three critical fixes star in Patch Tuesday update

Among the unmagnificent seven

Kylie wraps herself round Dalek

'Much bigger than I’d expected,' admits Oz popstress

Western Digital's 'crippleware': Some lessons from history

The panic that wasn't

Honda shows off space-dwarf robot butler capability

Also plans droids to 'work on street corners'

McKinnon extradition drama turned into radio play

Haxploitation

Recording industry puts stake in ground with Jammie Thomas case

Copyrights and wrongs

Boeing confirms revised Dreamliner schedule

First delivery late 2008

DHS accepts buggy Eye-o-Sauron™ border scan towers

Chertoff to Boeing: 'You don't own this border'

w00t voted 'Word of the Year'

In the US, we hasten to add

PS3 sales to surpass Wii's... in four years' time

An analyst writes...

Nokia 6500 Slide mobile phone

ReviewNothing slippery about this one...

Toshiba delays OLED TV development

But not for mobile phones

China pretty chuffed with lunar probe

'Another landmark achievement' declares prez

Microsoft squeezes out early release of 2007 Office SP1

Don't mention the word open, ok

NASA aims for 2 Jan Atlantis launch

Further tests on pesky fuel tank sensors

City to Intel: Kick the rest of the tech industry into line

What's the point of a (near) monopoly otherwise

Ofcom will probe UK mobile market - again

The market's changing, so the regs will too

SWsoft to abandon itself and become Parallels

One name, lots of products

Lily Allen to judge Orange women's fiction award

Royal Society of Literature unimpressed

Shell in Hawaiian algae biofuel pilot

Sees big future in green scum

US gov silent robot white (?) helicopter prangs itself

Groundbreaking technology

PC World parent awaits FTSE 100 relegation

Vista to blame? 'Absolutely not'

Tiscali sets 200,000 TV subscriber target

Thinking big, starting small

Six in ten UK punters fear what gov will do with private data

The other four believe the moon is made of tasty cheese

Paris Hilton cavorts naked in middle of desert

NSFWNothing but gold paint to protect her famous modesty

UK.gov data review calls for... data

We'll hide all the blank disks, promise

Cybercrooks lurk in shadows of big-name websites

Phishermen redirect via Google Maps, AOL et al

Orange unsure of own upcoming smartphone

Too much Egg Nog?

Designer pitches PSP phone

If Sony won't, someone else will

Rubbish UK management crushing creativity

UK tops negative management league

Orb opens up iPhone

ExclusivePlaceshifting comes home

Tosh promises March '08 launch for super batteries

Five minutes' charging yields 90 per cent capacity

Microsoft folds-in Multimap for '$50m'

Redmond fights Google, one grid at a time

Social networking and pron - together at last

Penthouse buys AdultFriendFinder

HSBC pins hopes on Borat and IPO-pimping ATMs

For make benefit sub-prime crisis

AMD braces for financial mayhem from ATI acquisition

In search of life raft

Latest NetBeans thinks big for scripting

Migrate and be damned

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