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24th > February > 2011 Archive

Security shocker: Android apps send private data in clear

Facebook's persistent SSL isn't

Man admits hacking into NASA, e-commerce servers

$275,000 siphoned

iiNet wins AFACT appeal

Freetards still not ISP’s responsibility, says Federal Court

Apple: iTunes ascends to the heavens this spring

$1bn data center turns on

Google opens Android front in Zuckerberg data war

Nexus S contacts divorced from Facebook friends

BT Home Hub 3 ADSL Wi-Fi router

ReviewEnd of the line for signal box failure?

Discovery poised for final mission

Everything 'going beautifully' for launch tonight

QLogic: Software FCoE can't cut it

InterviewIntel indifference

Bloggable clickjacks its way into English

Time to get trolleyed, tbh

New balesio appliance liposuctions fat out of files

For Windows unstructured files

Doctors warn on patient data

Who gets to read your medical file?

Voyeurs invited to watch space truck dock

Live video as Johannes Kepler couples with ISS today

Severe bug deadlocks BIND

DNS lookup system peril

Firefox 4 squeezes onto phones

Foxy ... Android ...

Former Microsoft exec barred from taking job at Salesforce

US judge rules in favour of Redmond on non-compete contract

Conviction overturned for abuse images bought from bookshop

The Waterstones defence

Court OK's Assange Sweden extradition, given 7 days to appeal

WikiLeaker-in-chief to face questions in sex assault investigation

'Most stupid criminal ever' blew cover on Facebook

Burglar posted gloating self-portrait from victim's own laptop

Capita to get fat on govt cuts

2010 results were 'robust'

IT pros get Google Apps certified

Get online and get a badge

Facebook 'stalker tracker' tool just makes you a spammer

Paranoia don't pay, see

Samsung goes super slim with Notebook 9 series

Tries to bite into Apple

Electric cars not as 'green' as advertised

Quelle surprise

Samsung Wave II Bada OS smartphone

ReviewHD handset video editing on a budget

Operators to get new SMS 999 obligation

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John le Carré archives to rest at Bodleian Library

Oxford to protect manuscripts, diaries from moles

Nintendo brings fibre to Elephant & Castle

Kirby weaves his way into the UK's greyest area

Survey sets out to pin down nation's pr0n habits

Semiotics of smut sought for the good of us all

WikiLeaks boss labels UK extradition order a 'rubber stamping process'

Can't be sent to US without UK approval though

Apple's MacBook Pros chucked out ahead of iPad 2

5-4-3-2-1 – Thunderbolts are go

Norway gov mulls blocking online gambling

Probably not political, though

LightSquared squares off against GPS worriers

Just what the competition ordered

Microsoft bricking lesson bodes badly for Elop's Brave New Nokia

There are times when you need a bureaucracy...

Jester claims credit for knocking Westboro Baptist Church offline

Tango down, he tweets

How to make power conversion less sucky

And a whole lot cheaper

Intel throws Thunderbolt

USB 3.0 smackdown!

Phone seller pre-peddles white iPhone 4 for UNDER A GRAND!

Free unicorn when you buy five or more

SGI lays off 4 per cent of workforce

HPC belt-tightening

AMD's Bulldozer cores to push to 3.5 GHz and beyond

ISSCCBig bump in oomph per socket

Juniper flat-packs data centre networking

One layer is all you need

Space truck docks with ISS

Johannes Kepler mated with orbiting outpost

Lenovo flaunts ThinkPad with 30 hour battery life

Charge of the Light Brigade

Apple brings multi-touch, full-disk crypto to latest OS X

10.7 Lion unleashed to developers

Fujitsu relieves Ballmer's iPad pressure

Tablets for businesses, not for fun

Reactions to iiNet's copyright win

ISPs hope vainly that this is the end of the fight

Intel: 'PC makers took the light out of Light Peak'

Thunderbolt will go optical. One day

Thunderbolt: A new way to hack Macs

Blind trust turned on by default

Google wheels (another) Trojan App inside Microsoft Office

Google Office joins Chrome IE and Gmail Outlook

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