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9th > May > 2011 Archive

Intel's Tri-Gate gamble: It's now or never

AnalysisDeep dive into Chipzilla's last chance at the low end

Dell sharpens four-socket Opteron blade

More cores, less bucks

Communication aid sends CU team to New York

‘Brain Speller’ wins Imagine Cup in Oz

Ten... fantasy gadgets you wish you owned

Fictional Product Round-upLook to the future

Shoden Data CEO dies suddenly

ObituaryJohn Taffinder was veteran of HDS, 3PAR

The object of Dell's exercise

Adds file access to object box

Pippa Middleton in $5m grumble flick offer

Smut fame beckons princess's sis

Apple ousts Google in brand value

Perception versus reality

Nude gardener's arse hauled into court

'Distressed' neighbours protest 'indecent' horticulture

Huawei celebrates UK win with Everything Everywhere

Today: a 2G refurb. Tomorrow: the world

Queen to get an iPad (the Queen, not a queen)

Has a liking for things with shiny tops

HP shows off laptop revamp

Notebooks and netbook

Bletchley Park opens U-110 Enigma exhibit

Today marks 70th anniversary of code-cruncher-carrying U-boat's capture

Microsoft coughs to wobbly Office Live problems

Week-long account access frustration for some small biz customers

Dell fashions (more of) its own network switches

With a little help from Brocade and Aruba

Twitterer 'outs' alleged superinjunction celebs


HTC Facebook branded, buttoned phones appear online

Amazon spills dancing beans

Big Blue tapes up big data

IBM's 4TB format

Climate Change 'wise men' recommend more nukes, power cuts

Some things don't just add up

Motorola Xoom

ReviewA slab of 10in Honeycomb goodness

IBM doubles up Storwize V7000

Cluster fluster

ICO issues half-baked cookies guidance

Advice for websites - consumers, not yet

Computers taught to sing using autotuning talent show

Avoids need for 'fictionalised family tragedies'

MobileMe drove Steve Jobs to foul-mouthed fury

If Steve Jobs were an App he'd ban himself from the App Store

TalkTalk serves up website blocking to users

First we stalk, then you walk the limited interwebs walk

Sony mulls hacker bounty offer

Cash for Anonymous heads on platters

Las Vegas EMC Confidential

CommentOff the record, on the QT and very hush-hush

LinkedIn sets float price

Social networks for suits

Entrants called for 80s-era games coding contest

Write your own Speccy/C64/Model B hit

OpenID warns of 'psychic paper' authentication attack

Baddies can modify cross-site personal data ... though no one has yet

CEOP to retain ops control under National Crime Agency says 'vital work' will continue, despite criticism

Shhh! HP's cloud is called, er, Scalene

Exclusive'Our cloud is like a wompus triangle'

Feds raid home of teen fingered in DDoS on Gene Simmons

Attack followed tongue-lashing against file-sharers

HP unveils biz laptops with pay-as-you-go 3G

Wireless DataPass

Microsoft's iOS and Android love deepens

While WinPhone fans get abused

HP flexes fabrics to flatten campus networks

And maybe Cisco, too

Optus, IPstar win A$300m NBN deal

Gilat to supply the kit

Optus finally plays Fetch

Set to launch Krishnan’s IPTV service in Q2

WikiLeaks: East Timor knocked back high-tech Chinese spy base

Beijing offered free radar to 'monitor shipping'

Aussie synchrotron in doubt after Victoria pulls funding

Spiked by price tag and politics

Whitehats break out of Google Chrome sandbox

ASLR and DEP, too

Defence thin client trial gets OK

Government also rubber-stamps "networked soldier" project

HP lands handy half-billion taxman deal

Corrected: Hosting ATO data centres

Man sentenced to 3 years for ATM hack scheme

Attempted heist worth $200,000

SnapLogic demos 'Hadoop for humans'

It's a SnapReduce. Apparently

Judge approves handover of BitTorrent IP addresses

Sly Stallone freetard fans to be outed

Google says Android 'club' makes phone makers 'do what we want'

Lawsuit outs email from Android open source man

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