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28th > February > 2011 Archive

SeaMicro drops 64-bit Atom bomb server

'This is Intel's mantle to lose'

Cabinet Office pushes suppliers on open source

Govt wants to create a 'level playing field' for OS in its ICT policy

German data regulators move to tighten IP address laws

Marketers shouldn't pass on your IP without your OK

Facebook flick wins three Oscars

Leo drops the F-bomb as The King's Speech picks up best movie gong

Vodafone's network knackered by thieves

Silicon Corridor loses mobile coverage

Iron Mountain's eDiscovery made 2010 a rusty mess

Services priced too high

Asian soup peril menaces bionic shark

Augmented hammerhead study predicts maneater scarcity

Toshiba sells Cell chip plant to Sony

Sold to Sir Howard for 400 million quid

Mac Trojan uses Windows backdoor code

Ha! Yeah! See? etc

GM declares Ampera e-car 'production ready'

But still not out until 2012

Anon Mail commenters to stay anon

High Court rules they have right to privacy

Ads overseer told to bring down 'up to' broadband speeds

Punters don't believe them

Nokia DC-14 bike charger

ReviewPedal power

Kinect blesses rescue robot with 3D sight

Peripheral vision

Digital TV group sets 3D standard

DVB-3DTV approved

Gmail users howl in anguish at 'disappeared' accounts

Cloud dispersal

Bank of America retrofits BlackBerrys with NFC

Is that a battery, or a wireless payment wallet?

Midnight theft left Vodafone users bereft

Switch-lifters fingered for phone co fubar

Traffic-light plague sweeps UK: Safety culture strangles Blighty

AnalysisStealthy 2005 gov rule favoured feet over wheels

Faces of the iPad 2 and iPhone 5 revealed

All white on the night?

Cloud gaming storms into the UK

Try EA games in your browser for free

Tainted ads punt scareware to surfers on LSE and Myvue sites

Autotrader.co.uk, and possibly eBay.co.uk, also hit by malvertising attack

Android phone to replace shop till

Google phone rings up the bill

Julian Assange™ applies to trademark himself

Also time-travels to 1970s, stars in politically-incorrect sitcom

Nvidia revs up CUDA GPU coder toolkit

Unified CPU and GPU memories

Buzzmeisters value Twitter at $4.5bn

JP Morgan money toss explained

British Airways IT worker found guilty of plotting terror attack

Encrypted emails aired after 9 month brute force crack

Microsoft inflating cloud PC-management option

Win 7 Enterprise Edition upgrades welcomed

PlayStation hacker defiantly posts 'bible' following police raid

'Cannot live without programming, HV, and Linux kernel hacking'

Apple fanbois leak secrets of Mac OS X Lion

Internet defies Jobsian police

The Register and Australia-New Zealand

A brief word about what we're up to

VMware goes back for seconds on stock buybacks

Virtual desktop wares tweaked

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