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15th > April > 2011 Archive

Intel to pay OEMs to build Atom-Android tablets?

Ten bucks here, ten bucks there...

FCC launches AT&T T-Mobile review

Gentlemen, start your lawyers, lobbyists, spinmeisters, arm-twisters...

Sonim XP3300 Force rugged mobile phone

ReviewTougher than a Newcastle nightclub bouncer

Brazilian fingers wife in venomous vagina murder plot

Intended victim smelled something fishy

Gmail mystery solved: Google went to Sun for backup

Oracle tape and IBM LTO drives saved the day, says insider

Menorcan politician flashes substantial chesticles

NSFW'Two great arguments' back would-be mayor's election bid

White iPhone 4 'in production'

More moles speak out

Intel and Micron reach flash frontier

20nm dies on the way

Microsoft data centre guru skips over to cloud-flirty Apple

Running up and down the stairs

1000s of websites vanish as TalkTalk lets domain slip


Wii 2 announcement in June

Definitely maybe, say sources

New tech lets you drink exhaust fumes

Handy in Afghanistan – or in an airship

Got a buck to send M Night Shyamalan to film school?

It turns out his talent was dead all along!

Emerging nations built bit bypass round Europe

BRICS countries plunge deep into the Atlantic to build a fast lane

EU and US agree to run joint cyberwar exercise in 2011

Global thermo-botnet warfare

FTP celebrates ruby anniversary

Many happy RETRs

Reviewers slam BlackBerry PlayBook software

No BB messages without your smartphone attached

YouView mandates Linux, HD content encryption

Set-top box spec published

Apple spits out increment iOS version

Another chance to lock up jailbroken handsets

Gaddafi's missus joins Lads from Lagos

'I need HELP to get out of this marriage'

Creative set to follow Cisco out of camcorders

No more Vado launches in the pipeline

Plane or train? Tape or disk? Reg readers speak

You the expertDisk speed versus tape economy and removabiity

Need for Speed: Shift 2 Unleashed

ReviewGeared up for action

RAF Eurofighters make devastating attack – on Parliament

Should have called it Operation Guy Fawkes, not Ellamy

Optimising IT isn’t all about the cloud

Have you had enough of the rhetoric? signals weary welcome to Brussels' web cookies law

Browser buddies with GSOH sought by communications minister

Google counterattacks MS in cloud contract row

It's MS that doesn't have security certification, says Google in court papers

So, what's the best sci-fi film never made?

You decide...

Ericsson to offshore hundreds of contract positions

A quarter of support roles to go overseas

Google whacked with another monopoly moan

Another day, another nation

Sony ships 50m PS3s

Not all of them into punters' hands, but still more than Microsoft

Google donates a billion cores to boffins

Hundreds of teraflops for the taking

New Obama-style missile defence scores test goal

Sat-nab navy missile picks off target above Pacific

Hertz offers Londoners e-cars for hire

iMiEV now, Nissan Leaf soon

Google unleashes toon squirrel on freetard uploaders

Stop. We mean it. Honest

NFC Forum touts phone-sniffable poster ploy

Mysterious whitepaper hints at hidden revenue

OpenStack 'floating Linux kernel' rides VMware hypervisor

With no help from VMware

Firefox needs heavy hitter Linux power

Open...and ShutBig boys' browser blind spot

Wireless devices to break one-billion barrier in 2011

Tiny ticking time bombs?

Perverted Justice vigilante sentenced for DDoS attacks

Two years for taking out sites chronicling steamy affair

Red Hat muscles in on Ellison's Java fluffing gig

Linux company claims middleware cred

Ellison's Oracle washes hands of OpenOffice

Community return promised, Oracle cloud suite MIA

IP registry goes to Defcon 1 as IPv4 doomsday nears

APNIC activates draconian rationing

Forget China and India, Sweden is tech's superpower

Primed for take off

Skype for Android is vulnerable

User data exposed

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