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26th > February > 2009 Archive

Jobs will return, says Apple's board

Shareholders serenade absent deity

Microsoft sues GPS maker TomTom

Lawyers blow IP infringement smoke signals

VMware, Novell hatch virtual appliance scheme

More hardware that isn't real

Windows 7 to take Surface mainstream?

VSLiveIkea-priced table computing

Hacking contest offers $10,000 for iPhone exploit

Pwn2Own your smartphone

Google seeks starvation of growling watchdog

(Semi-)apology for money-snuffing missive

Microsoft trades goodwill for TomTom Linux satisfaction

AnalysisSkeptics' 'told-you-so' moment arrives

VMware's one-trick pony: Destined to be a platform?

CommentA Maritz made in heaven - or not

Debt collection can be harassment, rules court

British Gas ruling sends warning to all suppliers

Samsung S1 Mini 1.8in external hard drive

ReviewVery cute

Dominican lad suffers six-day stiffy

Doctors battle in vain to placate priapism

Polluters to start paying, tardily

EU environmental liability regime for England finally kicks in

Nokia plotting Symbian laptops

MC400* route to keeping up with the Androids

UMD-free PSP coming this autumn?

Exec claims Sony's already working on prototype

Small biz still struggling for funding as RBS flounders

Last roll of the dice for UK economy

Hertfordshire drivers endure 200-year roadworks

Impact 'slight', mercifully

Boffins: Send robot lawn tractors to the Moon

Droid dump-truck Moonbase spaceport plan

Miley Cyrus hacker in MySpace spam ringtone scam

TrainReq invites surfers to vote on own punishment

Texting: Good for kids after all?

Regular texters read more gooder, finds study

Stargazers peer into the 'Eye of God'

Helix Nebula poses for ESO 'scope

Nokia eyes up notebook biz

Mobiles and laptops to converge, says company chief

Sony Walkman X1000 series priced, dated

Thanks, Amazon!

Carphone Warehouse to axe 450 jobs

Head office and call centres targeted

TechNet, MSDN subscribers get Vista SP2 release candidate

Coming soon to a screen near you

Sonim XP3 Enduro ultra-rugged mobile phone

ReviewWell 'ard

Spectrum Bridge maps out the white spaces

You said no strings could secure you

Reg Reader poll on notebook quality: results are in

Are Apple and Sony worth the price premium?

McKinnon's UK trial bid rejected by DPP

Health hearing becomes sole barrier against extradition

Google shakes AdWords snowglobe again

Add ads to Google News, shutters mobile biz pages service

Nintendo unveils 'Pro' Wii controller

Like the Classic, just with more grip

iPhoney nano found, tested in Asia

ReviewNot the gadget you were expecting...

Panasonic readies Freesat Blu-ray pair

Record the BBC, in HD

Sky taken to task for online promo cock-up

Broadcaster broke ASA rules after servers failed

UK kids presenter gets online support

Storm + teacup + stupid parents

Spooks told to get used to encrypted VoIP

UK start-up aims to conceal more conversations

Pirate Bay's neo-Nazi sugar daddy

And the strange silence of the Freetards

Teen sacked for 'boring' job Facebook comment

Marching orders for Clacton office worker

Cambridge security boffins slam banking card readers

'Optimised to fail'

Harry Potter hangs up wand in 2011

Warner sets release date for Deathly Hallows: Part II

Yahoo! parts! ways! with! CFO!

Microhoo resurrection swansong

Apple laptop ignites marketing department

Faulty PowerBook catches fire

Intel preps ultra-thin notebook chips

You can't be too rich or too ultra-thin

Supremes ankle AT&T DSL line-sharing suit

Reject antitrust pleas for lower pricing

Tweet hackers reopen Twitter vuln

Clickjack tit-tat

Google finally gives self Web2.0rhea

A spew before buying?

Dell profits dive 48% in Q4

More cost-cutting on the cards

Cisco lays off 250 in first wave of cuts

But don't call them layoffs

Big Blue flaunts Meltdown-proof coating

Re-promises record 2009

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