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24th > May > 2011 Archive

i3 touts sewer as NBN saviour

Cue rehash of internet toilet jokes

LinkedIn cookie vulnerable, claims researcher

The user is gone but the session lingers on

Telstra turns on 4G

On track for first to market

Google borgs fledgling price comparison site

SparkBuy bought

Citrix nabs Kaviza for skinny VDI

VMware View in rear view mirror

Exploited Hotmail bug stole email without warning

Attacks targeted email contents and contacts

Platform gets graphic with HPC cluster manager

Supercomputing for Linux noobs

PlayStation Network breach will cost Sony $171m

And counting

Digital Stream DPS-1000 BBC iPlayer set-top box

ReviewIPTV and DLNA for sub-par tellies

Catch of the Day hauls A$80m

Dotcom millionaire renaissance alert

SendSpace

Android App of the WeekFling files from your phone

Twitter buys Tweetdeck for $40m – report

The Tweetening continues

Judgment Day prophet resets doomsday clock

Rapture now 21 October, insists unapologetic Harold Camping

Steve Ballmer window-dresses Windows 8

'A variety of different form factors' coming in 2012

Isilon and a question of Big Data

InterviewOr was that ingestion?

Service Birmingham offshores IT jobs

Joint venture firm moves back-office positions to India

ExaGrid stuffs dedupe boost into hot new box

Thirty per cent better performance

3D fad fades for Yanks

Jack Sparrow x 3 != $$$

Data General's Tom West dies

ObitThe man who put the soul into a new machine

Making English injunctions apply in Scotland will be easy – expert

Bad news for Scottish publishers

ISS 'nauts touch down in Kazakhstan

Cady Coleman's hair back under full gravitational control

Windows on the Desktop? There's a group policy for that

Managing by the book

Fracking fears are 'hot air': MPs

Just keep an eye on it

Foxconn closes iPad factory after explosion deaths

Investigation underway, Wall Street shrugs

Osama alive scam snowballs on Twitter

Elvis-style bunkum entraps clueless tweeps

Ofcom pricks Shard's 'biggest erection' boast

Regulator engages in vigorous mast-urbation

Sony brings multi-gadget gaming to PSP and PS3

Carry on at your convenience

Much better wireless power transmission possible - boffins

Cars yes, Heinlein broadcast-juice 'broomsticks' not yet

Euro report slates wireless comms, recommends smoke and mirrors

CommentListening to our inner magnet

BT cheerfully admits snooping on customer LANs

For the good of the customers, of course

Ofnuke: UK is not Japan

Nuke inspectors rebuff Chicken Littles

Modern Warfare 3 teaser trailer reveals terror on the tube

London's burning

WTF is... 4G

Not LTE, for starters...

LinkedIn slashes cookie lifespan after research exposes security flaws

Token gesture

ESA: British Skylon spaceplane seems perfectly possible

Wizzo robot runway rocketplane cleared to proceed

€1bn handout from the EU targets ambient nagware and robot pets

'Hello. I am your cyborg buddy. You look fat'

SNIA specifies SSD performance test

Fresh out of the box plus steady state

Sarko to Schmidt & co: 'You can't escape' net regulation

G8 presidency gives France platform to sound off on net rules

Freebie Blackhole exploit kit appears on file-sharing websites

Good news for cybercriminals: their costs are going down

Student books Vegas trip with Twitter mood detection app

PHP on Azure prize winner

MS announces Windows Phone 7.1

Mango out in the autumn

Microsoft to up stereo 3D rendering on Xbox 360

A little spec-ulation

Dell intros world's thinnest 15in laptop PC

You-know-who's version is thinner

US and Russian smallpox stocks spared the chop

Another three years for vital vaccine research

Competition Czar weighs into copyright, trademarks

Barnier BREINstorms on IPR

Super Micro whiteboxes Ethernet switches

Well, they're grey boxes, actually

Engineering student cracks major riddle of the universe

Aussie undergrad, 22, finds the 'missing mass'

Microsoft squeezes out Windows Phone Mango details

Acer, Fujitsu, ZTE sign up

Cray XK6 super mates Opterons with Nvidia GPU workhorses

Ceepie-geepies all around

Opera rolls new Mini onto iPhone and iPad

Pan and zoom juiced

New hack on Comodo reseller exposes private data

And then there were four

Dear Dell and Microsoft: You're not Apple

Open...and ShutDNA transplant not an option

Apple iPhone police approve 500,000th app

Farts, birds, and billions of bucks

Fedora 15: More than just a pretty interface

ReviewGNOME emerges from last century

Google opens tiny window onto Baltic Sea-cooled data center

Inside the newspaper destruction metaphor

Researcher blasts Siemens for downplaying SCADA bug

Threats 'affect every industrialized nation'

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