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31st > March > 2011 Archive

Pre-release Windows 8 code hits PC makers

Microsoft prepping IE 10, already?

Google open source guru: 'Why we ban the AGPL'

Mountain View crawlers spot 31 million open source projects

Facebook HipHop serves 70% more traffic on same hardware

PHP to C++ Diddy

Adobe Photoshop Express 2.0

iOS App of the WeekPicture this

Microsoft files monopoly complaint against Google

Pot meet kettle

RM revenue declines in face of slash fest

US customer demand remains crappy as well

Quantum unleashes more robots on tape libraries

Key manager interoperability coming

Acer boss quits after board disses his future strategy

Gianfranco Lanci walks

James Cameron to amp up Avatar frame rate

Promises 'really stunning' sequels at 48 or 60 fps

Vodafone and DoCoMo bundle into India

Big bucks into a big market

Ofcom calls on BT Openreach price cuts for ISPs

Wholesome wholesale

Xiotech adds continuous ISE action

Storage blade failover

LizaMoon mass-injection attack reaches epidemic proportions

iTune URLs and 380,000 other pages poisoned

ECJ asked to rule on crucial internet publishing jurisdiction issue

Sports data churner says foreign companies are stealing its stats

WTF is... 3D printing

Roll your own

Three pitches 'premium' 3G data dongle


Middle England chokes on Nice Baps

Comedy bakery name rocks Bedfordshire village

TV election debate 'worm' graph found to undermine democracy

Could easily be used to manipulate voting

Samsung rolls out 22in see-through screens

Blade Runner-esque shop windows ahoy?

Fukushima fearmongers are stealing our Jetsons future

Hysteria now completely disconnected from reality

Testing confirms Samsung keylogger rumour just a false alarm

UpdatedKeep calm and carry on

Vanilla Ice to tackle panto Captain Hook

In Chatham, wherever that is...

Go Daddy CEO under fire for 'elephant snuff film'

PETA gives Parsons 'scummiest CEO' gong and boycott

Ofcom forced to publish tests on dodgy radio kit

FOI request prompts action

Men at Work lose Down Under plagiarism appeal

Must cough royalties for Kookaburra rip-off

Microsoft's Google complaint not an April Fool

Smith stands tall after 'decade wearing the shoe on the other foot'...

O2 loses lock stock in Palm Pre precedent

Small claims case frees exclusive swankphone

Playstation phone postponed for some punters

Late freight means a wait, mate

3DS bothers buyers with black screen of death

Fixed with firmware update?

Digital player maker 'incited consumers to break the law', says ASA

Ads for hard-drive CD player must not encourage copying, rules regulator

An introduction to Ethernet storage


Scientists eye curvaceous Earth gravity map

ESA unveils new geoid

Google Places puts QR Codes on the shelf

NFC is the way of the future

Deleting 'innocent' DNA will cost £5m

Batches blamed for multi-million pound bill

Tunisian government seizes Orange sub

Nationalised for the nation

The mainframe comes of age ... again?

Approaching the platform

BBC-led RadioPlayer arrives at last

Industry gets its act together

EU parliament suspends webmail after cyber-attack

More than kids playing around

Sega Mega Drive gets micro makeover

Simple and effective

BT wholesale kit crash silences thousands of customers

In Slough, no one can hear you scream

Google preps identity spotter app

Personal details in a snap

UK nuke lab, Korean Air Force buy SGI supers

Japanese companies get freebie cloudy HPC

Google app cloud juices Java and Python

Your very own Google Alerts

Google 'clamps down' on world of Android partners

When open means all changes must be approved by Google

APN hits regional Oz with group buying

Cheap waxing in the back of Bourke

Apple patent eyes Mac OS X tablet

Or multiple workspace iOS. Take your pick

Mobiles really do fry your brains: JAMA

Don’t yet know by how much

Oz network hits serious speed bump

Supplier prices too high, negotiations halted

Windows Home Server 2011 signed off

Will hit shops later this year

FSF to Google: Free Gmail's JavaScript now!

Enslaved browser code sullies world's machines

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