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25th > January > 2010 Archive

China denies role in cyber attacks on Google

Claims 'groundless'

Platform and Calypso serve risk analysis to traders

Hedging bets on hedge funds

Data watchdog slaps Southampton Uni hospital

Physician, encrypt thyself

Omnifone snares HP bundle deal

PC giant cocks an ear

iSlate leaves fingerprints all over the net

It's a big iPhone

UK gov ministers offer online Q&A on Afghanistan

Your votes count (in choosing the questions, anyway)

Official: Music biz still risk and revenue phobic

We've tried everything - except attracting customers

Loud sex ASBO breach woman spared jail

Will not go down

T-Mobile to revamp tariffs

'Chinese takeaway menu' of options

Whirlpool allows old stains to linger on site

Warnings put through spin cycle

Sun squeals over 'UK's first iPhone baby'

Calendar used to conceive for first time ever

UK PS3 sales exceed 3m units

Wii remains triumphant

Jumbo-jet laser cannon tested against missile

VidNork splash weapon tickles surrogate gently

Death of a commentard: Can the iSlate kill off Web 2.0?

CommentTablet to tongue-tie twitterings. Terrific

Wikileaks pledge drive hobbled by PayPal suspension

Cheers, Pal

Sony Alpha A550

ReviewLess is more?

Bloated Office 2010 kicks dirt in face of old computers

Features-heavy suite piles on CPU, RAM pounds

Slovak biker spat linked to rare destructive worm

Hi-tech equivalent of tyre-slashing spreads globally

Swan couple in surprise divorce

Gloucestershire wildfowl sanctuary witnesses rare bust-up

Ladbrokes, police probe data breach

Millions of customer profiles for sale

Acer to ship more than 1m Chrome netbooks

E-book readers and Apple-inspired tablets too

Pope tells priests - get to grips with blogs, web vids

Stained glass not a digital medium, apparently

Galaxy Portal joins Samsung's Android gang

Delayed smartphone finally launched

Government expects £277m from vetting scheme

That'll be £64 to you, squire uses booze to lure London kids into ID scheme

Madchester scheme heads south

NZ police pursue cuffed and naked fugitive

'Very evasive' perp leads cops a 40km merry dance

Nokia app to stream live skydive record attempt

Watch Felix Baumgartner jump from 120,000ft

Talend takes swipe at data-integration duo

Open-source comes to MDM

AMD adds Black Edition to Phenom range

Mysterious, sinister variant in five strong chip update

Ericsson ups jobs cull to 6,500

Profits plunge, competition rises

Australia leaves the internet

Invasion Australia Day censorship protest

Only nukes can stop planetsmash asteroids, say US boffins

Nix on the 'world free of nuclear weapons', Mr President

Damages slashed for US freetard

Happy day for Jammie blighter leaves recording industry in quandary

New music file aims to sink piracy using blogs and Twitter


Free postcoders bang on Ordnance Survey door

You've gotta give for what you take

Kaspersky update slaps Trojan warning on Google Adsense

UpdatedTsk, you and your false positives

Sony registers 'PlayStationArc' domain name

Motion controller brandname clue?

Multi-million investment hints at UK battery swap shops

Leccy TechBetter Place wins $350m funding not linked to Macworld says mag

Retailer's website says it is

Mozilla buries heels on un-YouTube open video

We will not pay license fees. Ever

Juniper, Polycom counter Cisco with video con play

Telepresence as a service from somebody else

IT spending to rise in 2010, says Gartner

CIOs not so sure

Apple to end AT&T's iPhone exclusive?

Good news. For AT&T

Once impenetrable PS3 cracked wide open

iPhone hacker: 'I have great power'

Google Chrome 4 lands (Windows) extensions on world+dog

Fanbois still waiting

Oil companies hit by 'state' cyber attacks, says report

Petrol reserves data targeted

Apple earnings leap 50 per cent

UpdatedJobs: 'We're a $50 billion company'

VMware profits pinched in Q4

Services can't save the day

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