nav search
Data Centre Software Security DevOps Business Personal Tech Science Emergent Tech Bootnotes
BOFH
Lectures

24th > April > 2009 Archive

Microsoft records first ever revenue drop

Netbooks a mixed blessing

Google Android 'five weeks' from MIPS port

Embedded Linux 'standard'

Security maven sics 'special ops' on botnet gangs

RSALeague of net justice

Steve Jobs: 'I wanted respect, not backdated options'

SEC deposition outed

IBMware priced 40% higher on Nehalem

More power to you. More money to Big Blue

Sun mates MySQL with more iron

Non-Oracle appliance

Her Majesty's CIO braces US for Obama HIT

Health Info Tech? Good luck

Self-replicating machine replicates

Destroy industry and money and make us all wealthy? Sweet

Gov figures show IT jobs crisis

Some skills still needed

Toshiba Tecra M10 14in notebook

ReviewModern internals, old-fashioned looks

WD makes more profit than expected

Profits still way down on last year, though

Isilon reworks channels to drag itself out of the mire

Recession, write-downs, redundancies

What on earth do you think you are doing, Darling?

CommentSpeeding up company busts and pummelling the poor

Crunch will fuel outsourcing

Recession-hit councils look to outside suppliers

Data Domain revs up but profits crash

Sees sales rise in next quarter

Scaled Composites refutes WhiteKnightTwo rudder rumours

Mothership bottom-smack smackdown

Private ID scans leave fetish club-goers feeling exposed

If you don't go on the list, you're not coming in

Orange unpeels UK's 'smallest, lightest' touchscreen talker

The Johnny Vegas

Games trade group blasts budget

Failed to back the games industry, apparently

London cops trial 'leccy patrol cars

'Leccy TechGuilty as charged

Morse signals tough times

Shares slump after Q3 loss

Street View nod prompts call for privacy watchdog reform

UpdatedICO under fire

Go, Brown, go!

Leave! Depart! Pick a window! Etc.

Supersonic stealth jumpjet passes hover thrust test

PicLockheed produces unprecedented amount of hot air

3PAR revs CTO office for major changes

CommentTwo founders to share CTO job

Number 10 doubles as 'House of Flying Nokias'

PM also handy with pens and printers, aides claim

UK.gov cautious on EU cyberwar effort

Others not ready, officials warn

Duracell and Belkin in USB car charger race

Power for the long road ahead

Sheep ad not cruel, bleats Samsung

Telly maker thinks PETA's claims are plain baa-my

Apple slices retail staff as sales slide

Geniuses barred

Baby Shakergate: Apple officially sorry

'Deeply offensive' content banned, all world's woes vanish

Acer Ubuntu nettop to get quiet storage switch

First units with SSD, rest with HDD

GeoCities demolished

Yahoo! says! bye! to! $4bn! dotcom! relic!

Facebook wins Zimbabwe election on T&Cs

Oh, well done chaps!

Sockets, cores and threads, oh my

Intel's silicon brick roadmap

T-Mobile lays ground for embedded SIMs

Wanna change networks, sunshine? Not on my watch

Apple fined $19m in 'Predictive Snooping' case

Had hoped case would only cost it $270,000

Gadget charger harnesses sunlight and wind power

Hydro-electricity not supported... yet

Canon PowerShot SX200 IS compact camera

ReviewCompact-plus?

Apple medical leave halts Jobsian jet-setting

But cult head still 'deeply involved'

Joost puts self in shop window

Slightly-used net TV

Yelp (half-)answers 'Extortion 2.0' claim

User-generated damage control

Windows 7 and the Linux lesson

Just wait for the RC. And keep waiting...

MySpace taps Facebook vet as CEO

Mood: usurp-ish

US Congress inspects deep packet inspection

Return to Phorm

Security experts rate the world's most dangerous exploits

Pass the hash...

After mass security lapse, RBS Worldpay gets IRS contract

No bad deed goes unrewarded

The Register - Independent news and views for the tech community. Part of Situation Publishing