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22nd > March > 2011 Archive

Protect online retail, says eBay

Calls to regulate 'restrictive' e-commerce

Apple sues Amazon over 'App Store' name

The inevitable arrives

Dozens of exploits released for popular SCADA programs

Giant bullseyes painted on industrial control software

Canonical's Dell and Lenovo love lets Ubuntu down

Open...and ShutThink small to beat the Apple experience

Thrutu

Android App of the WeekPush me

NHS to share foreigners' data with border agency

Nothing clinical included

Testers show MacBook Pro Turbo Boost oddness

It works! Oh no it doesn't! Oh yes it does! etc, etc.

4G über-auction coming next year

Ofcom pledges high speed access for all, maybe

RIM BlackBerry PlayBook tablet release slips

Nudged back out of iPad 2's shadow?

Texan charged over multimillion pump-and-dump spam scam

Really Rad badman's Russian hacking stock shock

Play.com spam points to malware downloads

Breach blamed on marketing company

Pliant puts shiny new CEO to work

Hot swap at the top for flash start-up

Jawbone Jambox Bluetooth speaker

ReviewPlays music, takes calls

China rejects Google snoop claims

Hot blame potato goes to and fro

Dell takes x64 micro servers mainstream

Vikings to conquer dedicated hosting, content streaming

Duke Nuke goes misogynistic for multiplayer

Gaffes for slaps

HP revs NonStop blades with Tukwila Itaniums

More fault tolerant bang, fewer bucks

BA jihadist relied on Jesus-era encryption

30 years for airline bomb plot

Southampton Uni shows way to a truly open web

Untangling the semantic webMaking Berners-Lee's vision a reality

Beeb reworks Wuthering Frikkin' Heights

'FFS, Heathcliff! It is for God to punish scumbags'

Fujitsu wins £15m Welsh supercomputer bid

Distributed grid in four years

Behind the Ofcom plan: four LTE networks, and not a lot else

Defining technology, without defining technology

Vodafone takes orders for PlayStation phone

Xperia Play can be yours... soon

Motorstorm Apocalypse

ReviewHit the quakes

Virtual Facebook thief jailed for two years

British hacker gets very real sentence

MeeGo or MS? Nokia ponders tablet OS

Phone giant seemingly unsure which one to pick

Desktop options today

Dtop StrategyA checkpoint on delivering desktops

Steve Jobs must face the music in court

Two hours' questioning for Apple boss

Fukushima's toxic legacy: Ignorance and fear

Hysteria rages unchecked as minor incident winds down

USB key to 4,000 vulnerable people's front doors lost

Leicester council rushes to reset staff access codes

Cloud says 'no'

WorkshopInternal challenges for the public cloud

UK iPad 2 to cost under £400

Will go on sale on Friday, Apple insists

'R' is for Revolution Analytics

BlogStatistical significance

Sensitive data easily swiped from eBayed mobiles

Smut, logins and bank card PINs - oh my!

DataCore adds NAS head, high-availability

More tunes for SANsymphony-V

Play.com: Only customer emails lost in data breach

Mailshotter Silverpop blamed for malwarey kerfuffle

BlackBerry users get free remote wipe, backup and location

Be your own BOFH

Converting between backup formats is possible after all

CommentOur storage man sustains moderate gast to the flabber

Wrong kind of wind blamed for renewable red-ink FAIL

It doesn't blow, it sucks

Samsung intros 'skinnier than iPad 2' tablets

Android 3.0 and low, low prices

NUDE WOMEN rally for imprisoned soldier Bradley Manning

PicsUnclad Frisco Wilileaks brouhaha

Firefox 4 debuts: The last kitchen sink release

Everything in. One last time

US gov opposes Microsoft in i4i patent spat

Juries get confused. And this is complicated

Apple showers love on Mac malware protection

Feeds Snow Leopard's neglected Xprotect

Opera Mini 6 and Opera Mobile 11 debut

Pinch it to zoom it

Judgment stalls Google book settlement

Judge declines to reward mass unauthorised scanning

Interview: Unisys on the cybercrime treaty

Why Australia should sign up

Facebook snaps up Snaptu

Gets democratic with mobile apps

Googlebooks pact rejected by federal judge

'De facto monopoly' feared

Japanese quake shakes semiconductor biz

Boards and chip packages hit too

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