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29th > January > 2009 Archive

5,000-year-old 'ice man' was shot to death

Had 99 problems, but dying of exposure wasn't one

US Congress kills digital TV delay

February 17. Ready or not

Google shamed by Low Countries search

Privacy Theatre upstaged

EC will force users to pick a Windows browser, says Microsoft

No escaping choice

GeoCluster - Windows from here to Timbuktu

Global Double-Take

Fujitsu sells out to Toshiba

No job loss shock

Asus ENGTX285 TOP overclocked graphics card

ReviewNvidia's new GeForce GTX 285 makes its debut

Extreme pron vigilantes are after you

Or are they?

Capgemini tells contractors to bite 15 per cent cut

Suck up or ship out

Universal thaws out The Thing

'You gotta be fu*king kidding'

Behaviour trumps 'non-waiver' clauses, says Court of Appeal

Peeved by Post Office perambulation

The A-Team flies into Hollywood

I ain't goin' on no adaptation, fool!

Dutch search engine ignores IP addresses

We ain't logged you, right?

NASA ponders Spirit's erratic behaviour

Mars rover showing its age?

WD financial platters spinning slower

Quarterly profit 95 per cent down

'Bart Simpson' punts Church of Scientology

Fox none too pleased

Symantec braces for economic downturn

Precautionary $7bn hit helps boost share price

Nokia intros Classic trio

Something for every pocket wallet

AMD upgrades VIP to VIP status

Warrington distie masters AMD channel

Third-gen Apple iPhone in development?

Firmware code points to new model

Force 1800 superhurricanes snapped on far-off world

Pic'These images are not artists' impressions'

Sony plans touchscreen Surface-like printer

Patent app reveals detailed sketches

Graphics biz feels first real pain since 2000

Worse to come

iRiver Spinn media player

ReviewWhy settle for a touchscreen when you can twiddle a knob too?

Falling chip sales cost more jobs

One in ten go at STMicro

Nokia eyes up innovators

11 apps fight to be the future of mobility

Vladimir Putin bitchslaps Dell-boy

'We don't need any help. We are not invalids'

Carter pledges file sharing snoop laws

Digital BritainAnd broadband for all

Digital Britain: A tax, a quango and ISP snooping

Digital BritainAll in a day's work for the modern bureaucrat

British Airways to enable mid-Atlantic texting

Thumbs: Up

Kodak quietly unveils its latest compact

Entry-level camera

IE8 Suggested Sites suggested to be snoopy

Privacy activists cry Phorm on Redmond

UK.gov backs ISPs on charging content providers, throttling P2P

Digital BritainCarter kicks net neutrality corpse

EU funds Antipodes-in-90-mins rocketliner concept

Winged droptanks recovered midair by 747 sky-tugs?

Exploding core counts: Heading for the buffers

Ferrari engine meet go-kart

Japan gets 3D phone

Surf the web, in 3D!

Sky hints at 3D TV launch

Possible launch within two years

UK to rely on mobile operators for universal broadband

Digital Britain2Mbit/s with 'a bit of wiggle room'

Indian embassy website hack part of wider assault

Ad ranking scam or massive malware attack?

Intel consolidates European R&D

No crystal ball on job cuts

Intel gives shareholders 'say on pay'

Weighing Otellini's package

US House OKs Obama's IT stimulus

$825bn bill hits Senate

AOL lays off 10 per cent, freezes pay

Ad slump blamed

Mobile broadband or WiFi? You betcha

Horses for wireless courses

Feds: IT admin plotted to erase Fannie Mae

'Server Graveyard' narrowly averted

Microsoft's Automatic Update - the way to browser competition?

Chrome, Firefox, and Opera ride with IE

CIA's Algeria chief recalled amid rape allegations

Spy boss laptop seized as evidence

Google gives world net test lab

Broadband sniff haven

Business Objects pioneer embraces open source BI

Remember me, SAP?

Amazon expands as etail shrinks

Post-Meltdown sales up 18 per cent

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