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13th > October > 2010 Archive

Intel CEO: 'We will win in the tablet market'

But the wait will be long, longer, or longerer

Big iron makers test their metal on SAP

Rites of passage in the server room

RIM BlackBerry Torch 9800

ReviewBurning sensation?

Facebook introduces one-time passwords

Users of sketchy PCs, take note

Spycam school to pay damages for kiddie snaps

Lawyers rake in most of the cash as laptop camera case ends

Nokia jumps into bed with LightSquared

And Qualcomm finds use for UK assets

Symantec aims for higher levels in auto management

More abstractions in SFHA and VOM

National Schools Film Week punts unsafe URL

NSFW - or class

Basic security housekeeping vital, says GCHQ boss

Containing cyber threats mostly straightforward

Bloggers swallow iPhone 4 screen weakness claim

AnalysisDisplay damage data not as transparent as they seem

Micron CEO waddles onto fattest cat list

Survey fingers Moneybags Appleton

Google Glamour girl joins Schmidt Privy Council

Mayer goes geo with Places, Maps and Latitude

MS confirms Zune for Mac

Sync WinPho 7 handsets

EMC picks Greenplum Data Computing appliance

Sweet

Currys punts cut-price 3D TV pack for Xmas

50in telly, specs, player all for under a grand

Power grid scare stories a 'bunch of hooey'

Bloody difficult for your average villain to trigger blackout, say boffins

Everything Everywhere starts staff cull

But it's no traffic light party

Huge jobs loss to follow public sector cuts

A million posts down the tubes as govt slims down

Bling phone maker invites celebs to flog first smartphone

'If that bloke on the telly has one, so must I'

Sony Reader PRS-350 Pocket Edition

ReviewSony shows the rest how it's done

Microsoft lays virtualisation beta egg

Windows 7 sleight of hand with virty XP

Sony uncloaks first Google TV television

Chrome and Android sans settop

Lovefilm confirms PS3 streaming scheme

Console UI to feature service 'soon'

Mozilla foot soldiers unleash 'Army of Awesome' on Twitter

Brwsr fans & haters tweet on ffox

Philips readies 'design your own TV' service

Colours, remote and size among the options

Foxconn warns phones prices will rise

Decent working conditions cost more. Sorry

Margaret Thatcher celebrates 85 years

Major British event trumps miner Chilean drama

Screwpop Tool

Txt TakeIt drives screws! It opens beer bottles!

Google tracks inflation with interwebs data

Consumer Google Price Index

British bank cuts 4,500 IT jobs

How many?

Small but lethal Lethic is biggest junk mail villain

MS cleaned botnet infections from over 6.5 million computers in one month

Jobsian fondle-slab in SEXY FILTHGRAM CRACKDOWN

Biblical irony in bitten-Apple forbidden knowledge ban bid

MS speeds ahead as Google stalls on hardware acceleration

Video thrilled the browser star

Almost a quarter of Europeans can't be bothered with the net

It ain't just cost keeping them offline

IBM expands Power leasing deal to Europe and Asia

Oracle and HP Unix shops deal goes globetrotting

NetApp going Dutch

Amsterdam is the place

Oracle re-commits to ODF after OpenOffice divorce

Some communities you can't cut off

Apple to lead fanbois 'Back to the Mac'

Media invited to October 20 event

Broadcom to acquire dual-mode 4G chip designer

Hedges bets with both WiMAX and LTE support

Microsoft's Bing to slurp Facebook users' data and likes

Scrappy upstart teams with incumbent

Appro overclocks HF1 server for hedge funds

A truly hot 4.4GHz Xeon box

PC shipments sag below Q3 targets

Apple now number three in the US

FCC bids to curb 'bill shock and mystery fees'

'Wireless subs, we've got your back'

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