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11th > December > 2008 Archive

Solwise readies multi-gadget powerline networking box

Piggy 6 launched

Microsoft's Silverlight 'so good' it claims Netflix tech jobs

Windows Media Player support redundant

Microsoft recruits OpenID evangelist

So not Hailstorm

FCC boss gets knuckle-rapped

Dems brand Martin a martinet

The Mother of All Demos — 150 years ahead of its time

It’s not the mouse. It’s what you do with it

Titanium puts open source mettle against Adobe AIR

Web devs in deskstopland

Memset CEO gets female biz-leaders' award from IBM

'Truly an inspiration to other women'

2008's top three netbooks

Kit of the YearWhich Small, Cheap Computers topped the bill?

HP puts Linux on business PCs

Will recession boost open source desktops?

WordPad zero-day adds to MS security woes

Double trouble

Netbook SSD usage to fall under 10% in 2009

Market watcher predicts big shift to HDDs

Love-triangle astronaut nappies will not be trial evidence

Plods didn't want them, says Nowak PR

Europe tells states to get with the mobile TV programme

DVB-H for all

Dell confuses with festive SATA/Santa mix-up

Hard Disk

EMC wants more of the data warehousing pie

Virtual server mining and VDI analytics

Max Planck Institute punts 'hot, young housewives'

Mag cover Chinese calligraphy cock-up

No Zune phone at CES, says Microsoft

Pink rumours still doing rounds, though

Yahoo! waves goodbye to 1,500 workers

'Layoffs unfortunately unavoidable', says Yang

iPhone owners to help clean up vomit

iVom

Sony sued for collecting kids' data

Don't sign up with strangers?

Nortel shares sink on titsup fears

Another 20 per cent

High-spec iPod-friendly wireless music streaming kit launched

Audioengine adds dock

UK government negotiates new comms framework

Could be worth £170m to everyone except 3

USB fuel-cell prototype unveiled

25 hours of power

PS3 Home is '2005 tech', says Xbox exec

Live vs Home. Fight, fight, fight...

Junk science and booze tax - a study in spin

Where's the beer?

Groupware put to the test and found wanting

Business productivity mini-poll delivers your verdict

Intel takes legal swing at Korean antitrust decision

Chipzilla insists 'biz practices are fair and lawful'

BBC, ITV propose 'open' TV-over-net platform

Project Kangaroo alternative jump-started

Mozilla security boss bails

Snyder bids open source browser outfit buh-bye

Broadcasters and ISPs cosy up for iPlayer on Freeview

BBC, BT, ITV standards push for on demand telly

ArseASA rules 'Feck' non-offensive

Drink ad cleared

Datawind PocketSurfer 2R internet palmtop

ReviewMore 'cheaps' than a budgie

Hawaii says 'aloha' to Phoenix electric SUVs, pick-ups

'Leccy TechBook 'em, Danno!

Steering the IT Function

Running a tight ship, or running in circles?

Mac supremacists annexe Maidstone

The other Stormfront parks its tanks in Kent

Hutton robs forces, pours MoD cash into UK arms biz

AnalysisCarriers into touch, copters & vehicles go porkbarrel

iPhone gets virtual Windows desktop

'Bout time too

Chinese researchers inadvertently release IE7 exploit code

Butterfingers

Microsoft Surface helps Earth stand still

Tabletop PC crops up in new sci-fi flick

Google brings Street View to Windows Mobile and S60

But no pictures of Blighty as yet

Sun shutters Scottish manufacturing site

130 jobs axed

World's first 'thought images' seen on screen

'The dream police, they live inside of my head...'

Rogue Android apps rack up hidden charges

Turns on, tunes in, you pay

Choruss: legal file sharing on campus

Stealth plan gets a name

Cisco may sell blade servers

Let the blade wars begin

Clouds mass over data warehousing

CommentDAAStardly goings-on

Telegraph.co.uk succumbs to typo irony

Publish first, correct later

Why port your Firefox add-on to Internet Explorer?

Add-on-ConBecause your competitors won't, says Microsoft

Latest Firefox beta gets touchy on Mac

Gives Apple users the finger

Brit consultancy wants to scrooge IBM out of mainframe upgrades

Less MIPS, more IT budget

Lenovo talks potential acquisition

IBM's ex-PC biz goes south?

Atari promises it won't suck this time

Betting big on MMOs

Security pros groan as zero-day hits Microsoft's SQL Server

Meanwhile, IE 7 attacks on the rise

Apple files 3D-interface patent

Inspired breakthrough or sci-fi fantasy?

Google web toolkit upgrade due Q1

JBoss to support GWT

Microsoft's IE8 app dev survival guide

Add-on-ConMinimal breakage

Red Hat and Novell duke it out in real time

There's money in them thar milliseconds

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