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10th > February > 2011 Archive

Cisco beats diminished sales targets in Q2

But profits get a big ol' haircut

No new strings for Guitar Hero

It was just a game that made it very, very big, that’s all

Hack of Irish job site exposes user names, addresses

Barn door promptly closed

HP rocks Redmond with webOS PC play

Wintel giant makes like Apple

Rackspace borgs OpenStack project cloud brains

NASA Nebula team beamed up

Google and Facebook named as Twitter suitors

#wsj #reports #takeover #talks

Nokia Digital Radio Headset DAB

ReviewWell received?

Three jailed for phone box thievery

Armenians – keeping it old school

Discovery survives feeler gauge disintegration

Flying metal fails to impact 24 Feb launch

Subdued RM says government cuts challenge its business

School funding shake-up hard to swallow

Mumsnet backtracks support for net filter

Who's been a naughty girl, then?

First reports on XM-25 Judge Dredd smartgun in A'Stan

US troops dub futuristic computer weapon 'the Punisher'

Wii Countdown conundrum brands family 'SH*THEADS'

Outraged mum recalls Nintendo wordplay filth trauma

Amazon buys bloody big shed for Dublin data centre

Every little helps

100s to be contacted in re-opened NotW hacking case

Just leave them a voice message... oh

HP cans WebOS 2 updates for older Palms

'I am altering the deal. Pray I don't alter it any further'

Nikon refreshes Coolpix range with serious zoom

several snazzy snappers

Everything Everywhere dips toe in retail waters

Less shop, more yoof hangout

Sony to use social network dweebery to sell 3D TVs

From Foursquare to three-dee

Brocade says if FCoE doesn't happen, it will be ready

Financial analysts get to hear interesting snippets

Five essential BlackBerry apps for leisure

Software for the sofa

BSA nabs Chester MS software pirate

Firm coughs up £24,000 for dodgy software copies

Android inches nearer NFC nirvana

Reading, writing, but no reckoning just yet*

Italian white van man nudges sound barrier

€165 fine for hitting 1,230 km/h plugs £10m into North Wales 'superfast' broadband rollout

Hi-de-hi, campers!

Roberts Stream 63i

ReviewThe only all-in-one music combo you'll ever need?

'Chinese cyberspies' target energy giants

Night Dragon, cyber tiger

WinPho 7 '1.1' set for March release

Microsoft or device makers behind the delay?

Holland slashes carbon targets, shuns wind for nuclear

We can't afford to be Groene

'Race against time' to find LOST TREES from the MOON

NASA says 'naut smuggled in vegetable invaders

Apple's casual Xbox: Apple TV seeded for online gaming

iPhone as touchpad controller, anyone?

MPs' IT support costs £1.122m

Those expense claims don't type themselves up you know

Iranian web developer faces death over porn site charges

He wrote the software porn-makers used to upload the filth...

Net censors use UK's kid-safety frenzy to justify clampdown

It's time to talk Turkey...

Russian volunteer army to fight 'dangerous content' online

The League of Internet Safety is deadly serious

British e-reader readers still not stealing books

Handing over cash for electronic words

US gov says it can't build an interstellar starship

Plans to spawn an organisation which can shreds last ID scheme hard drives

Damien Green waves 'freedoms' flag

Anonymous hack showed password re-use becoming endemic

Overlaps leave users open to attack

Nominet asks what you think of police domain grab

Should police be allowed to 'shut websites'?

Ford Focus 2011

First LookWe take Ford's new C-class for a quick spin

Opera uncloaks browser for Apple fondleslabs

The old no-interpreted-code trick

Hack reveals passwords from locked iPhones and iPads

No passcode required

Gaming sales wilt after Australian retail orgy

Nerds take hands off joysticks ...

Screen Australia and YouTube to put Oz summer in the can

Australia in a day, Mad Max style

Teradata says Ellison can't keep it down

Record data warehouse growth

Google brings 2-factor authentication to Gmail

1-time password zapped to mobile

Microsoft 'personalizes' Bing search results

Google wannabe mines your location and history

Free Android encryption comes to Egypt

The revolution will be encrypted

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