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24th > May > 2010 Archive

Another Flash-only NAS? Come on in

Solid Access UNAS makes it a bit crowded in here

Wallace & Gromit rouse Atlantis crew

Shuttle undocked, prepares to return home

No refunds for ID card pioneers

Paid for a card? Tough

Understanding your information assets

LabWhat are you are trying to solve?

Brit honeybees crawl through rotten winter

One in six hives lost

Xyratex no-go for bit-patterned media

Lithography economics to blame

I Married a Monster from ISO 9000

StobWe're getting harried in the morning

BT hooks up SMS hubbing

I'm too texty. And tardy

Hitachi Maxell demos 50TB capacity LTO-class tape

Perpendicular magnetic recording comes to tape

Newzbin code leak could lead to return of Usenet indexer

'Hardy fu*kin' har', says Mr White

X2 triple-twirly speedcopter approaching 180 knots

Goes faster by slowing all its whirlers down

HP recalls 54,000 laptop batteries

Scope of past recalls expanded

HP exec confirms WebOS tablet

But Palm OS won't go into netbooks

School IT quango to be expelled

Dunces' caps all round at Becta

Eset slips on Comdom to stop spam emissions

Suited and booted

What does this button do?

BlogDesktop imaging lessons learned

Nuke fans, climate agnostics gain ground

Poll shows treehuggers dwindling

Copernicus reburied with full Catholic honours

'Science and faith can be reconciled'

iPads in short supply as tablets take off

Empty shelves vindicate Apple's vision

Ten Essential... Gaming Mice

Product Round-upChoose your weapons

Samsung brings Bada phone to Blighty

Wave ships

Scripted installs? So yesterday

BlogWINNERs know imaging is the future

HP to plunk WebOS onto tablet

The alternative's alternative

HP loses massive bank contract

Shortlist of two for Bank of Ireland deal

Secret US spaceplane spotted in orbit by hobbyists

Mysterious 'black' roboshuttle located - for now

Video smutware attack returns to Facebook

Of course I'm too security-conscious to fall for ooh look bewbs

Capita immediately suffers over government cuts

Share price tumbles's little sister loses $1.6m in pricing cockup

Handbags at dawn going, going, gone for $49.95 or less

Massachusetts man in vacuum marinade shocker

RoTMSausage-seasoning machine sucks up cleaner

Huge Indiana Jones rumbling Moon billiard potted in crater

PicLunar Juggernaut threat - cause of Clangers' extinction?

T-Mobile nixes US developer program

Partner Network not working

Facebook boss admits privacy 'errors' and promises revamp

Simpler controls coming, promises serial privacy offender

IBM spends a billion on AT&T unit

Sterling Commerce worth dollars

Halo:Reach release date released

Spartan and on and on

The cat ate my torrents: ISOHunt founder earns injunction

Freetards' friend Fung feels legal fist

Atlantis spacewalkers snapped through shuttle windows

PicFetching photo reveals classified US space writing tech

Bolt browser brings HTML 5 to J2ME

And Facebook integration too

Intel intros latest thin'n'light laptop chips

ULV update for Core i3, i5 and i7

Viacom vs YouTube spat slathered in F-words

Poetry is no place for a heart that's a whore

Red Dead Redemption

ReviewWild west wickedness

BMC reveals 'free money' mainframe and DB2 tools

Win just one for the zIIPer

Nokia! and! Yahoo! hook! up! over! Ovi!

Exclamation mark manufacturers drop dead from exhaustion

Two years later, Apple Safari still open to 'carpet-bombing'

Unlike most 'sane' browsers

Novell puts Identity Management into beta

Cloudy access, uncertain future

Windows 3.0 turns 20

'Happy Birthday, Apple crusher'

Microsoft fills Outlook crack with Apachesource

.PST opens up

Man jailed for sex with donkey and horse

22 months' porridge follows having of oats

NASA telescope gazes into heart and soul of universe

Sees unseeable nebulae and asteroids

Google open codec 'not open,' says OSI man

Net video play faces 'serious questions'

Cray-1 resurfaces in pieces on eBay

The stories it could tell. But then it would have to kill you

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