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18th > October > 2010 Archive

Oracle: no license for Android's Harmony friend

But a lifelong Java deal for IBM?

WTF is... DLNA?

A cure for media playback blues - or will it just have you seeing red?

Microsoft steers OEMs away from putting Phone 7 on Tablets

Cynical fee-preserving move may backfire on Redmond

Benoit Mandelbrot, father of fractals, dies at 85

An interdimensional explorer

EMC in Isilon 'takeover talks'

Let's scale out together

Iomega's flashy SSD clones your PC

USB drive shifts from stick to 'slab'

Apple MacBook Air revamp snapped, posted on web

Prototype points to new design with more ports

The great Aussie firewall is back - and this time it's personal

PM Gillard wants Oz law to treat the net like the telly

HP snaps up Meego boss

Can webOS ever be as popular as Meego?

HTC outs Gratia low-cost Android smartphone

All the basics on a budget?

No legal privilege for accountants, says Court of Appeal

Prudential doesn't want to hand over tax advice of PwC, but it's too bad

ID fraud costs UK £2.7bn a year

Victims can spend up to 200 hours undoing damage

PARIS looking 50/50 for Saturday launch

Vulture 1 pilot jets in from US as skies threaten rain

Nokia heralds Symbian^3 with C7 smartphone

Place your order now, firm suggests

Pentagon: Wikileaks file-dump didn't reveal anything important

Standing by for next lot, think they know what's in it

iPad tethering does disappearing trick

Now you see it, now it's billable

Facebook gets poked in latest privacy gaffe

'No personal details were used. But we're changing our tech anyway... bitch'

Dual-dock iPad design gets official EU thumbs-up

Two-port look chosen for the iPad 2?

Gov axes £35bn Severn Barrage tide-energy scheme

Shadow minister laments loss of '100s of Green jobs'

'Condom in my Whopper' man pulls case

CCTV shows staff did not dish up rubber-and-sauce burger

Notorious Anonymous hacktivists launch fresh attacks

Latest counter-offensive after TorrentReactor and other TT sites attacked

Opera, Oracle and Qualcomm join WAC ranks

32 more members dig in against Apple/Google/RIM hegemony

EU pushes gov spending gravy train online

Brussels wants standardised e-procurement

Sly new tactic sneaks hackers past security dogs

UpdatedAdvanced evasion techniques can bypass network security, warn experts

Powermat iPhone 4 wireless charging kit

ReviewCutting the cord

Legal P2P venture fails

Singers wouldn't join the Choruss

Carphone Warehouse slashes Samsung Galaxy Tab price

Under £500 by all of a penny

More sensitive Wii Remote out on 5 November

Nintendo revamps remote

Dell's DCS is a big shiny server star

Server-maker is bigger than IBM, and maybe the Googlefactory

UK promises 'transformative' cyber security programme

Colonel's whoopsie suggests that = 'crib from the Yanks'

Google ties search appliance to the clouds

How to query heaven and earth

Wily founder returns with cloud management

SaaS harness

Apple squashes unauthorized MacBook battery maker

HyperMac powered off

Apple posts $20bn+ quarter

Jobs 'blown away'

Wikileaks founder denied Swedish residency permit

Scandinavian press freedom plan thwarted

IBM hits $24bn target thanks to big iron

Big Blue: less profitable than Apple

Microsoft loses chief software architect Ray Ozzie

Bill Gates replacement finished

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