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28th > September > 2010 Archive

BlackBerry tablet boots from 'floppy disk OS'

BlackBerry DevConQNX microkernel lives

Apple iAds soar as Google, Microsoft, Yahoo! sink

Don't fight. There's enough for everyone (for now)

New regulator takes over video-on-demand content supervision

ATVOD and ASA team up

Olympus LS-5 linear PCM recorder

ReviewSound idea?

OpenOffice files Oracle divorce papers

Uncertainty breeds mistrust

Logica salvages gov contracts

'Savings', not cuts

Virgin Media launches 3D movie rentals

For the few with 3D TVs

Battle of the US super-soldier robot suits hots up with XOS 2.0

VidExoskeleton boffin: 'If only arc reactors were real'

French cops take down mobile phone hacking ring

Pick a number, any number

HP won't license WebOS, says exec

Make the same mistake Palm did? No way

Facebook staff get stuck into NFC

Doing the Bling (Nation) thing

LG launches almost full HD 3D laptop

Nearly there, guys...

Sony Ericsson screens wireless display for phones

For out-of-sight Androids

Larry wants triple money back from Micron

The overpriced chips are down

Spamhaus debuts whitelist service

Invite only list aims to ease junk mail filtering workload

iPhone fanbois run off road in CoolBrand race

Aston Martins more desirable than a fondle slab

MS-backed CodePlex Foundation morphs into Outercurve

'We don't want to be confused with our sponsors'

Iowa police mugshot exposes world's worst tattoo

Radio station human billboard becomes net celeb

RIM CEO says lawful intercept is not his problem

Governments should ask companies for the keys

RBS swings axe at another 500

21,500 jobs cut since 2009

PARIS launch go for 23 Oct

Where? Click here to find out

Baby Boomers committing suicide at unprecedented rates

Jammiest generation that ever lived finds life too cruel

Palin webmail hacker conviction upheld

More than a prank

Copper prices push cable thefts to new high

£35m swiped since 2006

WD Livewire four-port powerline Ethernet adaptor

ReviewOne plug to feed them all

Dell gets busy with GPUs

GTC Video BlogSurprisingly innovative

Coming soon: Mark Zuckerberg the comic-book hero

Creator of Facebook... bitch

Vodafone's 360 man walks

Who's going to run the internet now?

Viking Modular busts SAS SSD price premium

CommentSeeing artificial premium over SATA SSDs

But it said so in the manual

Sysadmin blogNTFS limits provoke scoffs, RAM purchases

ICO lets police maintain ANPR location secrecy

Failed to comply, but no action needed

No cassette required: ZX Spectrum games on the iPhone

Retro games in 21st century wrapping

Monkey squad sent in to secure Commonwealth Games

Security duties only - no building or cleaning work

ACS:Law's mocking of 4chan could cost it £500k

Doin' it for the lulz

Pirate Bay appeal begins without full defence line-up

Svartholm Warg struck down with parrot fever in Cambodia?

Nortel flogs switch biz to Ericsson

Swedes stump up $65m

Sony Ericsson confirms Symbian spurning

Our Android army is all we need

Sky talks up 3D channel attractions

If there's nothing on the other side...

Microsoft to hug fanbois on 26 October with Office 2011 for Mac

Signed, sealed, (nearly) delivered, I'm yours

App steers cyclists away from traffic, upward inclines

Downhill racing

IBM back in networking

BNT its cutting edge

Apple COO Cook to take the HP helm?

UpdatedWall Street worried? Not HPers vying for the job

Stuxnet worm can reinfect PCs even after disinfection

Beware of poisoned Step7 files

Amazon browserizes Kindle book samples

Enlists authors in ebook war

CA Tech snaps up Hyperformix

Hyperventilating for cloudy control

NetApp and TMS involved in Virgin Blue outage

Airline reservation system down for 21 hours

Google Voice embraced by Apple?

Hades chilly, porkers airborne

Researchers up evilness ante with GPU-assisted malware

Coming to a PC near you

Schmidt answers Google antitrust claims

Defends Universal Search

Apple's Cook not jumping to HP

COO says he's in love

Schmidt: Google is the 'inverse' of Apple

'Jobsian closedness is what we're not'

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