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13th > December > 2010 Archive

Oracle demands another $211.6m from SAP

'Ahem, where's our interest on the $1.3bn?'

Gawker rooted by anonymous hackers

Passwords, chats, source code aired

Apple iPhone 4 vs... the rest

2010: it's a wrapFight, Fight

'Wear levelling' - a bedroom aid for multi-layer cell Flash

CommentHelps it last longer

IBM's blue bigness: A heftier systems bulge than you'd expect

AnalysisWe have two sexy models to prove it ...

MSI confirms tablets to be outed at CES

Windows, Android models pipelined

Southwest One misses savings target

Slimmed down council services take a bite out of outsourcing savings

ITV, C4 catch-up players coming to PS3

Out this week

OCZ scores huge OEM client

Supplier to ship enterprise SSDs to HP, says analyst

Amazon blames hardware – not hackers – for European outage

Anonymous denies Grinch-style attack on Xmas shoppers

Coder converts Kinect to air guitar

Tradin' clicks

Angry Birds find new way to take your money

The Eagle has landed, with operator billing

Twitter diet spam splurge blamed on Gawker compromise

Spammers spread berry silly nonsense

Samsung pitches 'luxury' Android tablet

Bundles leather case for the super rich

Google revives ‘network computer’ with dual-OS assault on MS

Chrome OS injects new life into netbooks and thin clients

Mark Zuckerberg's face in your inbox. Forever

Andrew's MailbagEmbrace and extend – or natural evolution?

Boffins crack walnut-shaped Iapetus moon mystery

Moon-moon became ring, prominent bulge followed

Beeb ordered to release TV licensing contract sweeteners

Capita deal under scrutiny

Paul Allen's monster patent attack hit by judge dismissal

Interval Licensing reaches for permanent gain

US Navy achieves '100 mile' hypersonic railgun test shot

Electro-hypercannon could bring back the dreadnought era

DUI suspect was watching porn DVD

One hand on the wheel...

Grey marketing is great - if you're the importer...

OpinionDistributors toe an ever-shifting line

Dutch hacker group offers to 're-educate' teen hacktivists

Make info-love, not war

Xbox 360 outsells PS3 2:1

Kinect-ic energy

Panda did not hire VXer

Chinese whispers whack facts on Fujacks black hat

Paris Hilton meets bikers, opens up... wallet

Two strokes for now – four strokes later

The deal is done: Dell is buying Compellent

Christmas comes early in Minneapolis

Men may be able to grow a new pancreas from their testicles

Dead chaps' junk used to cure diabetic mice

T-Mobile tots up cost of £199 iPad 3G

Operator pitches tablet subsidy

Fat NAND controllers to slim down

NAND controllers to lose die-dependent functions 

Kingston pitches Flash that's, you know, for kids

Snap together storage

South Sudan voters get SMS election hotline

Just like X-Factor, only with guns

Seagate takes a terabyte of the storage apple

First 1TB 2.5-inch internal spinner

Chinese official gets suspended death sentence over anti-virus scam

Gov man pocketed bribes to put innocent start-up veep in the slammer

Electric forcefield space sailing-ship tech gets EU funding

Solar windjammer to be biggest fastest thing ever built

Microsoft joins protest against Google web travel buy

Deal slurps Bing's software juice

Grand jury meets to decide fate of WikiLeaks founder

Assange under microscope

Ad networks owned by Google, Microsoft serve malware

Javascript obfuscation

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