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22nd > February > 2011 Archive

Microsoft gives Kinect SDK to 'academics, enthusiasts'

Non-commercial 'starter kit'

Mobile net upgrades all the rage for Oz carriers

Voda calls on Huawei to replace all base stations

iTunes privacy hole shares library content with world+dog

Beware of SpyTunes

ZeuS trojan attacks bank's 2-factor authentication

Malware for your mobile

Griffin PowerDock Dual

ReviewFor iExhibitionists only

Thames Valley and Hampshire police merge IT services

They already share an ICT director

Tosh shows off snazzy external drive

But is it art?

Egyptian bloke dubs sprog 'Facebook'

Monicker marks routing of Mubarak

The Woz speaks: Fusion-io plans IPO

Server flash card vendor is going public

French back Google monopoly complaint

Let us advertise our search engines

Site to highlight social networks' security soft spots

Hey, Facebook, fly's undone

Northamber returns to profit for back end of 2010

Cautious, strict, tight, reasonable

Windows Phone update wallops Omnia 7

Samsung handset hurt

Discovery on countdown for Thursday launch

'In good shape' for 39th and final flight

Polyglot 419 scammers target German and Welsh speakers

Grammar remains poor ...

Virgin Media to issue firmware update after Superhub slows to crawl

ExclusiveFancy new kit FAIL

Blind man excels at videogames

Out of this world and out of sight

Applied desktop virtualisation: Reg readers speak

Survey resultsAging desktops and the old car syndrome

Poynt for BlackBerry

ReviewGetting straight to the Poynt

UK inks space research deal with Russia

I haven't seen anything like that except, uh, molecular acid

Fox promises all change at MoD

Leopard changes spots, cats sleep with dogs, pigs cleared for take-off

NFC is top, says GSMA, and put us in charge ... please?

Any revenue stream in a storm

HTC 7 Pro WinPho 7 smartphone

ReviewQwerty contender ready for business

Telegraph mulls cash alternative to suicide

Don't call it a paywall

Jacqui Smith 'shocked' to discover we're drowning in sea of porn

Visit to Erotica exhibition made her feel 'innocent'

First details on EC data protection action against UK revealed

Commission at last explains why it gave UK a Data Protection Directive fail ...

iPad 2 launch could be delayed by two months, analyst says

Mmmm, the unicorns have come later this year

Sony refreshes Vaio series with glowing body and dual batteries

Bright ideas?

Google switches on Christchurch earthquake service

'Personfinder' worked in Haiti

Slot machine serves drinks instead of money

Spin out completely

Oddjob Trojan keeps banking sessions open after victims log out

Positively shocking

BMW says 'i' aye to EV and hybrid car

2013 launches

German Foreign Office kills desktop Linux, hugs Windows XP

Cites 'efficiency gains' and 'interoperability problems'

Windows 7 service pack 1 set to lift off today

Microsoft preps download centre for update bonanza

Facebook pulls naked smutty filth from NY Academy of Art page

Social network's curators take down Andy Warhol school paintings

Three-day gaming session kills Chinese man

Another victim of online marathons

Make your own guitar with a 3D printer

No fret

Welcome to the Petabyte Club

It's not big, it's BI+g data

Memo to iPad mimics: No one wants a $799 knockoff

Open...and ShutYou can't beat Apple at being Apple

Steve Jobs clarifies 'Subscription Gate' confusion with more confusion

Minimalist App-Store memo debated

Judge guts suit against Sony for killing Linux in PS3

Tells console owners to try again

Brisbane's sewer fibre plan goes down the pan

i3 flushed out of the pipes

Acer launches server biz in the US

An indirect assault on HP, Dell, and IBM

Kogan turns consumers into working capital

Is there such thing as an economic free lunch?

Facebook users subjected to more clickjacking

Your consent without your approval

Microsoft's IE slipping into Chrome release cycle?

More frequent, smaller releases

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