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29th > March > 2010 Archive

AMD draws x64 battle lines with 'Magny-Cours'

Opteron 6100s lock and load

Why the Google antitrust complaint is not about Microsoft

It's about 'bundling' services with a search monopoly

Buying Solutions signs £6bn framework deal

Supersize IT

Toshiba Satellite T130

ReviewSlim sensation

Choosing an ERP implementation partner

WorkshopAvoiding getting shafted

HP strike struck

Up tools, comrades

Virtualisation and sorcery: We’re all apprentices now

LabVM utopia too good to be true?

Capita bags another dealer

£15m for education provider

Are you a 'supertasker'? Probably not

Small elite really can chat and drive safely, say profs

UK Music wants Cabinet creative committee

Licensing reform needed too

Is iFlorist the greatest website in the universe, ever?

Raised eyebrows at gushing customer reviews

PS3 update to rid all consoles of Linux support

Sony making console 'more secure', apparently

Facebook prepares for another privacy row with its users

Zuckerberg tries to pimp your data again

N00b spooks to be pensioned off

Pipe and slippers, Mr Bond?

iPads sold out

And apps will set you back ten bucks each

Virgin Media talks up 'simple' mobile tariff revamp

Boy, 4, presses dad's iPhone, wins £500 eBay auction

Ouch!

DNS glitch sends surfers to China

Bad directions on the information superhighway

Orange to slash price of top iPhone plan

Exclusive£75 for unlimited calls, texts, internet

MS coughs to Hotmail block

Have you got anything without spam?

Brits still getting bull from broadband providers

Fast as an unladen swallow on afterburners, honest

Best Buy trumpets UK store openings

Five big box outlets in 2010

Erotic trojan keelhauls Japanese pirates

'Visual novel' download with a surprise ending

Official: Sony Ericsson X10 has no multi-touch hardware

Blow for fans of iPhone wannabe

Radio lobby 'hides' 2m analogue receiver sales

Mysterious boost for DAB

Nips slip past Apple censors

But is it art?

BT hijacks business browsers

For when email spam isn't annoying enough

Google pushes out Chrome 5 beta for Windows

Developer channel stacks up

Discovery is go for April launch

'We are ready to fly', says NASA

Carphone Warehouse splits with self

Best Buy Europe arrives

AMD claims no premium for four-way chips

The Opteron 6100 sales pitch

Lords: Analogue radio must die

Cash for trannies scheme, more ads

Trojan poses as Adobe update utility

Be careful what you invite in

Avnet rings up Bell Micro sale

Another breadliner gets borged

Child safety tsar demands faster action

Byron review, not all bad

AMD signs Acer to hit Intel in the Duomos

Flashes racks, towers in Milan

A quarter of underage children have social networking profiles

Study finds kids privacy-savvy

BBC ices launch of free iPhone news app

Beeb Trust investigates Auntie's Apple fondle

Tories to cut IT to keep National Insurance down

Down with this sort of thing

The Storage love-in

2U from us 4U

Ericsson pulls in $1bn from China Mobile

Not to mention a paltry $800m from China Unicom

3view names the day it'll take DVB-T2 box orders

Still mum on when the set-top will ship

Big Windows Server users get prepaid Amazon fluffing

The appliance of license

Apple unleashes four dozen free Snow Leopard fixes

Tiger loses out

Ex-contender for top IBM job pleads guilty on securities charges

Takes number, gets in line

MS to release emergency IE fix on Tuesday

Drive-by download risk prompts out-of-sequence patch

Tinfoil Condition Red! LHC 7 TeV mega-blasts today

'Dr Dark Energy': Only 49% chance of Earth exploding

Video giant embraces Flash-phobic iPad with HTML 5

Won't trash-talk Adobe's playa

Red Hat previews Terabyte-bustin' next virtual machine

More memory, more cores - just, more

Sun's IBM-mainframe flower wilts under Oracle's hard gaze

Theater of absurdity

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