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17th > April > 2009 Archive

Microsoft accepts US antitrust oversight extension

'Appropriate and necessary'

Analyst postpones PC industry recovery

Dell takes a tumble

Prepare for Apple's self-resizing iPhone interface

Shake vigorously, stand well back

Jedi officers enlist with Scottish police

These are not the crims you're looking for

Carphone Warehouse blocks union website

Eats, shoots and leaflets

Tory 'terror' affair shows danger of ubiquitous surveillance

CommentCentral database will 'modernise' mole hunts

Councils to lose some spy powers

The end for super pooper-scooper snoopers?

Pirate Bay co-founder claims 'we lost'

BrokeP distributes unreleased Pirate verdict

Ford faces tax bill for unsold cars

VAT's gotta hurt

Boeing: Raygun dreadnoughts will rule the oceans by 2019

Missiles, laser sharks simply nowhere

Peugeot's on-road, off-road ‘leccy ATV

'Leccy TechAlso suitable for Moon landings

Pirate Bay loses trial: defendants face prison time, hefty fines

Co-founders will appeal decision

MotionPlus not backwards compatible, Nintendo confirms

No extra motion sensitivity for Wii Fit, et al

Police, Cameras, Inaction!

CommentBeing filmed never worried Morse

Swedish woman charged over 'stun gun castration attempt'

Questions raised on - but not much else

Rogues besmirch F-Secure with dodgy ad campaign

Dirty deeds done dirt cheap

NetApp coughs up $128m to close over-charging case

Gets US Gov off its back

Epson gets into interactive coffee tables

It's not Surface, honest!

BOFH: Grand Theft Auto

Episode 5The streets of London are paved with opportunity

Altec Lansing inMotion Max iPhone speaker

ReviewPortability and power?

Sony-Ericsson calls time on another 2,000 jobs

Tosh cuts staff, forecasts

BT chief: People don't need fibre to the home

Digital Britain SummitFord not Ferrari for you

Doughnut balloon-chute spaceships to reach Mars, Neptune

Rocket braking is so retro <cough>

Sony demos 21in XEL-2

Sadly just a prototype

Pirate Bay fans: Lay off our neo-Nazi Sugar Daddy

MailWhatever you do, don't mention Lundstrom

Facebook vote a 'massive con trick' says privacy advocate

Conspiracy theory? No-one saw that coming

Google puts Chrome tabs on options list

Web page thumbnails no longer default

Wikimedia becomes latest to ban Phorm

They'd have made a lovely couple

Tough on e-vehicles, tough on the causes of e-vehicles

The DfT pretends to have an electric car strategy

HP packing workers seal bosses in conference room

French workers box clever in jobs row

Dixon of Threadneedle Street plan threatens confusion

Hosing down cybercrims with alphabet soup

Pirate Bay guilty verdict: Now what?

Setting sail for the Supreme Court

iPhone beta OS cracks before release

Freetards rejoice, but for how long?

'Soon soldiers will have 3 tiny choppers in their pocket'

Norwegian 'Black Hornet' shown off outdoors

Fujitsu creates self-nuking Flash drive

This drive will self-destruct in 5, 4...

Symbian balances on an Atom

Because its there

Doc invents videogame sedation headset

Just for kids, though

Universal Music chief renews commitment to P2P battle

Digital Britain SummitPirate Bay founders down, more to go

Twitter worm author gets security job

Teen causes chaos, employed, hacked

Homeless Frank and Microsoft's cookie-cutter PC campaign

How Windows lost the world

Conficker botnet wake up call only pinged zombie minority

Resident evil

Football lottery scam targets UK punters

Big Cup con

Recession takes chunk out of game sales

Finally feels pinch

Microsoft targets Barmy Army with Silverlight

Broad front, not deep pockets

Verizon eyes future iPhones

4G possibility

Brutish SSH attacks continue to bear fruit

Blame the noobs

Boffins build super-accurate atomic clock

300 million years without winding

Hackers stuff ballot box for Time Magazine's top 100 poll

'World's most influential' list is mooted

Storage systems slot into Vegas line-up

Nehalem RAID among NAB debut

Harvard Prof.'s hearing against RIAA can't be streamed online

Appeals court reverses web broadcast decision

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