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11th > March > 2010 Archive

Swedes serve up flicks with KVM

Cisco blades, minus VMware and EMC

CA eats Nimsoft cloud watcher

Acquisition binge continues

Feds likely to oppose Google mobile ad deal, says report

Sworn declarations on AdMob

Patent attack hits Apple, RIM, AT&T, Moto...

Texas troll two-step

Opera Mini 5 betas on Google Android

'No decision' on Opera Mobile

Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Mini

ReviewBlimp wristed?

Sony to peddle trade-in scheme to speed upgrade cycle

ExclusiveIncentives to encourage take-up of new tech, recycling

Carlos Slim is world's richest man, Bill Gates now number two

How's the recession been treating you?

Computacenter sees profits up, revenues down

UK div sees 'encouraging signs'

Bloggers spring 'baccy happy landlord from slammer

After a week of Paypal faffing

UK.gov OKs plan to flog digi dividend by end of year

Meek spectrum proposals triumphant

PayPal restores Cryptome for real

Now go away

Blighty surrenders to Street View

95% coverage goes live

Microsoft shows Bottom to Young Ones

Takes retro turn with video player

Bogus Playstation emulators pack Trojan payload

'Will be around for a long time'

Jobcentre turns to the iPhone

'gis a job - there's an app for that

US comp-boffins claim fix for multicore 'concurrency bugs'

Pleasurable programming for plentiful processors

Sony launches 'WiiMote for PS3'

PlayStation Move to debut... just as Wii begins decline

MySpace first to drop pants on Outlook

Microsoft slips through Web2.0rhea looking glass

Password reset questions dead easy to guess

Your pet's name is Poochie? You're pwned

Japanese phone boasts killer slacker-sensing app

Oh the data will find work for idle hands to do

Tories on cyber war: Waffle, mutter, waffle. Um, vote for us!

'Computers. Clicking, typing. Email. I could go on'

Top exorcist says Satan at work in Vatican

When did they bring in the equal opps policy?

Punters: we want our internet TV

Net-sourced video, yes; web browsing, no

Home Secretary swats away calls for Mosquito ban

Hoodie-busting sonic weapon row

Virgin signals start of telegraph pole broadband test

Stringing up rural communities

Home Sec says 17m ID cards in circulation by 2017

No! Really? That many eh?

Tories pat small biz heads in open source IT procurement pledge

Claims Conservative government would cap tech +£100m contracts

Estonian DDoS revenge worm crafter jailed

Infection still spreading

Database state breached 11 times

As Hillier says give kids ID cards for social networks

Mutated genetic supertrout developed in lab

Belgian 'blue cow' biotech produces: Das Überfisch

Buying bandwidth in the app store

The search for revenue continues

Carrier apathy depresses Google Phone outlook

Nexus One estimates drop 70%

Google, Facebook cop for preposterous patent potshot

Bits of the internet on a phone? WE OWN THAT!

BBC might pay for Tory broadband promises

Superfast broadband needs super funding

Koobface gang refresh botnet to beat takedown

Twitter scourge changes pants

Erstwhile Sun openista gets April Fool director job at OSI

It's not a joke, it's real!

BT rolls out new, 'competitive' consumer deals

That's competitive as in really expensive

Jesus Phone to exhibit holy gift of bilocation

Jobsian prophets predict multitasking for iPhone 4.0

Super Micro to launch AMD render cloud

A great game console in the sky

One-third of orphaned Zeus botnets find way home

Cyber security's short-lived victory

Microsoft plants Bing on Google-free Chinese Androids

Google apps 'postponed' on China carriers

TSA worker tried to sabotage terror database, feds say

One week after losing job

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