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2nd > February > 2011 Archive

Researchers pry open Waledac, find 500,000 email passwords

Son of Storm is back

Unisys: balance sheet stronger, but sales lower

Profits under pressure in Q4

Google and Microsoft relive Joan Collins catfight

Hair pulled, eyes scratched over 'stolen search results'

WildPackets adds inTechnology to keep an eye on things

Distie for performance management software

US lawmakers eye internet 'kill switch'

Nothing like Egypt, surely

Gates: Killing the internet is easy

Gun power trumps tweet power

Citigroup clutches EMI to bosom

And you thought that we were faking, that we were all just money-making

Julian Assange wins peace prize

A rare gold medal not awarded by the US State Department

Motorola Defy Android smartphone

ReviewHardy handset for the rough and tumble

EC consults on procurement law overhaul

More transparency, more smaller companies

Yahoo! blasts Microsoft over WinPho 7 bug blame

Mail app's mail retrieval method non-standard, apparently...

Rev slammed for PAYE failure

Software problems, dirty data and overpaid senior staff

Three to offer Sony Ericsson Arc

UpdatedCurvy phone Blighty-bound

No new copters for Afghanistan troops

Needless road-bombing bloodbath set to continue

Google grabs Oracle veep to lift EMEA cloud biz

They have two settings: stun and kill... It'd be best not to confuse them

Photo loss blogger to Flickr: You're f*cking kidding

Insufficient apology for loss of 4,000 snaps

Egypt back online

But protests continue

Botnets fuel internet DDoS insurgency

UpdatedAttacks top 100Gbps for the first time

Amazon fiddling with film streaming service, says report

Someone needs to control the online projector

LG Android 3.0 tablet out next month

G-Slate slated for Spring release

NASA's NEOWISE wraps asteroid belt survey

Lots of new heavenly bodies for our viewing pleasure

Freesat to get Channel 4 in HD

33 per cent more HD content from satellite TV network

Facebook plugs gnarly authentication flaw

Bing impersonation bug boshed

MozyHome stiffs unlimited users

Delivers unasked-for innovation – and a price rise

Mexico demands apology for Top Gear outrage

Local sports car resembles local - 'lazy, feckless and flatulent'

Sulky fans biggest threat to gaming, says Black Ops developer

But please still buy our CoD expansion pack

Google's Chrome browser market share hits 10% mark

Makes gains as Internet Explorer slides

Who say Management and SaaS don't mix?

The integration conundrum

Ryanair disses booking system security fears

UpdatedSecure this

Sales show WinPho 7 off to a flying start

HP Palm should worry

UK probes ebook pricing

Why so much?

X-ISS builds turnkey HPC for the masses

Bricks in the wall

Official: PhD in 'Essential Oils' or 'Natural Toiletries' = 'a Scientist'

Also herbal medicine, homeopathy - amazing ruling

Flash versus HTML 5

The mobile perspective

Denon Ceol with Apple AirPlay

ReviewMini combo hi-fi gets iTunes streaming tech

UK.gov doesn't know its IT spend – but insists it will spend less

Whatever it is, it's going to be smaller

Nokia receives two credit-rating warnings

You're not as worthy as we thought ...

Murdoch, The Daily, and life without the web

News Corp boss trumpets big, beefy brands

Republican reps push for mandatory gun ownership

South Dakotan riposte to mandatory health insurance

Jabra EasyGo budget Bluetooth headset

Txt TakeWireless talk on the cheap

ICO drops BT, ACS Law probe

Dangerous precedent "worse than usual incompetence"

Moons, rings PROBED by interplanetary space robot

NASA reveals explicit Saturnalian pole-squirt imagery

Coders tool up for 10 petaflop Blue Waters super

supercomputer

Nokia's pedal-powered charger rolls into stores

Ring a bell?

Verizon iPhone 4 orders taken tomorrow

Quick! Join the rush!

Wrinkle-faced smartphoners demand 'BlackBerry Botox'

The facial perils of excessive squinting

BBC's uber-project is a loss-bleeder

Audit Office slams pan-BBC waste

Marry Microsoft, analyst tells Nokia

Adopt brace position, we reckon ...

Time Warner Cable bags NaviSite for $230m

Wile E Clouding

AOL fails to suck up ad revs in Q4 results

Knees up, mother Tim

Canada? The computer vendor says no

Trevor Pott reveals why he is not taking the tablets

Norwegian MP nominates Wikileaks for Nobel Peace Prize

Doesn't mention Julian. Probably safer that way....

Bradley Manning 'is British' – campaigners urge UK.gov to act

Welsh mum unlikely to mean SAS rescue mission, though

Microsoft reinfects Chrome with closed video codec

Handbags reloaded

Google in Android 'Honeycomb' fondleslab demo fest

Android app market opens on the interwebs

Dell (finally) peddling Canonical UEC clouds

Linux-Eucalyptus on bespoke hyperscale servers

Feds seize 10 domains accused of illegal sports streaming

Just in time for Super Bowl XLV

World shrugs as IPv4 addresses finally exhausted

Arpageddon postponed, the day after X-day

Aussie advertisers call for more bloat in web ads

They're coming for your bandwidth

Big Brother chooses Telstra for network

Endemol in managed networks services buy

Oz service provider consolidation speeds up

Honey I shrunk the ISPs

Want grant money for programming?

There’s an app for that ...

Google man: 'Honeycomb' only for fondleslabs (so far)

Mountain View mulls Android tablet v phone dilemma

Hacker admits stealing $12m worth of chips from Zynga

Do not pass go, do not collect stolen booty

Content owners lock arms in front of Aus content review

Belligerence may backfire

Murdoch & Co unveil iPad news rag The Daily

Editor: 'We are patriotic. We love America'

Jumbo quits on Manaccom

Another victim of Australia’s online shopping spree?

Amazon lobs Oracle onto heavenly servers

Ellisonware joins MySQL on Relational Database cloud

Google offers $20,000 prize in annual hack-off

Pwn2Own lets Chrome in, after all

Schooner ditches IBM, sets MySQL, caching accelerators free

No longer lashed to IBM iron

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