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19th > March > 2009 Archive

Pro tip: Don't include SEC lawyer in your $4.6m botnet scam

Texas men settle lawsuit over spam scam

Microsoft preps massive cloud expansion

Mix 09Hal goes big

Phone designers to improve reality

Multicore ExpoNew meaning for "deep pockets"

Has Microsoft matched Flash with Silverlight 3?

Mix 09Redmond certainly hopes so

Sun and IBM - What price Bigger Indigo?

CommentThe server world goes mad

Wii-style games keep kids trim, finds study

Wii Sports burns more calories than GTA IV? Well i never!

A grim day for browser security at hacker contest

CanSecWestSafari, IE and Firefox all down for the count

Ofcom insists on emergency roaming

And will teach your gran to love broadband

Secret Aussie blacklist leaked

Dental Nurse Daisy Chain Vol 1-90

Philips GoGear Spark MP3 player

ReviewThe ideal iPod Shuffle antidote

Microsoft promises 'lessons learned' on IE 8 download day

AnalysisStill fighting the last browser war?

Brussels: Old-school lightbulbs to be gone by 2012

Every little microscopic amount helps

Google Street View hits UK streets

Gawpfest is go

Government funds IT security research

Bids invited for £6m pot

How police busted UK's biggest cybercrime case

ExclusiveSumitomo unpicked

Intel desktop price cuts coming

More Core i7s too

Second Light not Surface 2, claims Microsoft

But we are working on a bigger version, hints exec

Samsung stalking SanDisk again?

Toshiba in the frame too

Microsoft readies IE8 for lift off

But will download servers cope?

Samsung punts popcorn flicks for pounds

You're gonna need a bigger purse

Oracle grows despite recession

Ellison still complains diamond shoes are too tight

Virgin Media to battle modem hackers

Fraudsters grab free high speed broadband

Dell's Studio One 19 gets UK date, price

Coming next month

Blighty orders first 3 supersonic stealth jumpjets

Fleet Air Arm still has tough battle ahead

UK fraud strategy 'more worthy of Uzbekistan'

Cambridge don lets rip

Samsung bashes out ruggedised ringer

Well 'ard

Sony seeks underwriter for Ericsson 'split'

It's not me, it's you

Manufacturers notch up weakest output since 1980

Too much supply, not enough demand says CBI

Air France trials biometric boarding cards

Fingerprints and smart cards

Astroboffins probe mysterious 'blazar'

Like looking into a bizarro cosmic blowtorch, seemingly

Sky calls for access to cable network

Virgin Media monopoly 'increasingly anomalous'

Fennec leaps into beta

Is that a fox in your pocket?

Pioneer BDP-51FD Blu-ray Disc player

ReviewTop-end performance at an affordable price

British International Motor Show cancelled

Econodoom does for trade show

IBM joins rivals in cutting contractor rates

300 face Spartan rates

Street View captures traditional British Christmas

UpdatedShoreditch, antlers and vomit

IT contractor charged over US oil rig hack

Roughneck cracker charges

Sony tunes in to stereo TV stands

Looks great, sounds great

Elgato H.264 encoder gains 1080p processing

Turbo.264 HD launched

Advertising watchdog okays 'gaming equals early grave' ad

Discouraging sedentary lifestyle, not gaming

Symantec opens Norton door to cloud

Norton extended to become backup brand

Cisco snaps up pocket video maker

Flippin' eck

Intel chip flaw gets double exposure

Security researchers converge on cache vuln.

Penguin floats hybrid Linux supers

The CPU-GPU one-two punch

Obama CIO's 'youthful indiscretion': shirt thieving

Fled security guard with four button-downs

Ballmer hails Windows Mobile for Welfare™

Fancy iPhone screen not recession-friendly

Google kicks Amazon in the Kindle

Sony pact opens ebook war

Sun banks future on multicore virtualization

Multicore ExpoYour data center needs a window

Online game given real-life bank permit

Offworld banking through Entropia Universe

Richardson death used to bait scareware traps


HP streams 'confidential' town hall meeting to world+dog

All in the family

Boffins sniff keystrokes with lasers, oscilloscopes

CanSecWestI know what you typed last summer

Sun's Niagara gets Linux (again)

A Wind River runs through it

iPhone 3.0 beta reveals mixed blessing

Apple giveth, and Apple taketh away

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