nav search
Data Centre Software Security DevOps Business Personal Tech Science Emergent Tech Bootnotes

17th > February > 2011 Archive

Nvidia's Q4 padded with Intel cash

Next stop: Mobile domination

Sony threatens to ban PS3 jailbreakers from network

For your own protection

Boffin breakthrough doubles Wi-Fi speed

Two-way packet pumper

IBM answer machine makes chumps of trivia chimps

'Robots will keep us as pets'

iiNet teams up with Microsoft

Telco offers VPS

ATM scammer jailed for 12 months

$1,500 fine for $270k crime

One-third of Aussies 'are pirates'

And that's AFACT

FOSS maven says $29 'Freedom Box' will kill Facebook

You say you want a revolution?

Mobile industry looks forward to spanking Apple

MWC 2011The dancing girls are back

Canon EOS 60D DSLR

ReviewShooting from the middle ground

Millennium bugs hit stock exchange

Crashing like it's 1999

Spanish whispers on Microsoft and Nokia

MWC 2011From the bars of Barcelona ...

National Audit Office: Open data the key to 'big society'

Citizens shouldn't have to ask for data, it is govt's duty to publish it ...

NO-SH*T CURE FOR BALDNESS discovered by accident

Shiny-topped mutant lab mice unexpectedly sprout rugs

Chinese mobile malware powers click-fraud scam

Android Trojan turns smartphones into bots

NetApp still smashing the competition

G-men at war

RoboCop statue fundraiser hits $50k

Detroit poised for Officer Murphy's return

Sony shows telly-centric memory card reader

Stick it up your Bravia

Virgin Media busts £1bn a quarter

Hot numbers for really, really cold quarter

Rugged-phone maker claims world's longest talk time

MWC 2011More-more jaw-jaw

20-tonne space truck heads for ISS

Successful launch of the heavyweight Johannes Kepler

Canadian finance ministries closed off from web after cyberspy hack

UpdatedBlame Canada China

Carphone Warehouse wins Moto Xoom exclusive

Honeycomb honeypot

Sarkozy: Microsoft represents all that is great about France

French prez sticks pin in Steve Ballmer

UK biz bled dry by cybercrime

Yes, the figures are sketchy, what of it?

The Doctor Who Experience

ReviewThe Greatest Show in the Galaxy?

Panasonic looks to the cloud for telly content

Viera Cast out, Viera Connect in

Update copyright law for pre-industrial era, says law professor

Behold, the Noble Savage?

Fifa, Uefa lose free-to-view footie challenge

UK can lawfully insist all major games are shown for nowt, court rules

EU bottoms up committee slates body scanners

Expensive, flaky, not fit for purpose ...

Oz news team pays homage to Carry On

'Long stabby thing' – ooooh, matron

Orange Cash goes live, O2 Money goes to Ireland

Next stop, your mobile phone

Five Reasons to be cheerful about Nokia-Microsoft

There's a Silverlight at the end of the tunnel...

Avere tries again in the UK

Va-va-value-added distributor VADition

Peruvian spuds entombed in Arctic 'doomsday vault'

Frozen chips off the old tuber

US robot ornithopter spy-hummingbird in flight test triumph

Al-Qaeda to form Dick Dastardly bird-buster squadron?

Anonymous security firm hack used every trick in book

SQL injection, weak password security, social engineering - oh my!

Google Apps boss says cloud computing is your destiny

Interview'Everybody' will move to the heavens

Cray wraps 2010 on high note

Top-flop act

SWAT team cuffs masked Dell flack for 'deadly' tablet promo

Call 911! He's selling the Dell Streak!

Free Wi-Fi, SMS alerts for Sydney commuters – if ALP wins election

Last-minute pitch for geek vote

NBN Co buys Aust regional spectrum for $120m

Austar exits 2.3 GHz and 3.4 GHz spectrum

The cloud and the channel

Part 2: What cloud providers want

Microsoft bans open source license trio from WinPhone

Reserves the right to block redistribution

The internet ate our homework

Part 2Borders, Angus & Robertson were already struggling

Oracle gives 21 (new) reasons to uninstall Java

A modest (security) proposal

Google asks US Patent Office to rethink Oracle Java patents

Android v Ellison rolls on

Obama in private confab with Jobs, Zuckerberg, Schmidt

Careful with the place cards!

Novell shareholders approve Attachmate buyout

And now for the regulators

The Register - Independent news and views for the tech community. Part of Situation Publishing