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27th > June > 2011 Archive

Four National Broadband Network myths

Fetching out the four-by-clue

Travelodge still doesn't know who hacked it

I knew that Mr and Mrs Smith were up to something

Court orders trader to repay customers after failure to deliver goods

Other users get refunds after shipments were months late

Acer Android 3.1 update leaks out early

Honeycomb goodness for all

SLAs keep demands for business applications under control

Measure out the portions

Google kills sickly health, energy projects

Doctor Evil won't see you now

Cambridge gets a white (space) wash

Industry gangs up to prove licence-free radio

Asus $199 MeeGo netbook out next month

Eee PC 701 successor at last?

US Spec-Ops offered camouflage for a specific site

Take a snap, print out uniform you need for the job

PS3 hacker Hotz accepts job at Facebook

Status: Landed a surprise job

Lego Star Wars to be celebrated in TV special

'New and fun direction' for sci-fi series

Facebook elbows past Microsoft in UK

More visitors than everyone except Google

Samsung NC110 matte-screen netbook

ReviewInnovation, we've heard of it

Denmark gets its own NFC consortium

We can't let Google into our customers' pockets

Opera boss walks off stage, citing musical differences

Gives up job, keeps shares

You have to have standards – or do you?

Part one1 livre of pate, half a pound of cheese and 200g salty biscuits please

'Robots can save America', says Obama

'As C-in-C I can assure you the machines seem peaceful'

HTC to follow LG with 3D smartphone

All about Evo

Councils and police to publish speed camera data

DfT to set up central hub for guides to finding information

Automation begins with keeping track of your assets

Knowledge is power

Groupon faces multitude of legal headaches in US

Mo' money off, mo' problems

Russian payment processing boss held over DDoS-for-hire plot

Purported pill-pusher pinched

Vatican launches second website in just 2000 years

Cunning choice of launch date to avoid server outages

MobileMe web app features shapeshift into Apple's iCloud

iWeb and others fail to make the cut

Go Daddy on the block for $2.5bn

Going once, going twice ...

Boffins take REMOTE CONTROL of HUMAN HAND

Science out on a limb

Side-lined suppliers beat on Police procurement deal

Sprint ii: To buy or not to buy

ALK tells CoPilot owners no free upgrade to new release

Limited-time big discount instead

Liverpool cops compulsively snooped footballer's record

200+ police peeks at Gerrard's file

German chemical giant depending on biscuit-based security

But El Reg testing recommends savoury over sweet

Oracle cranks Sun Fire servers with Xeon E7s

Dense, in a good way

Filer maker BlueArc refiles for IPO

One hundred meeellion dollars wanted

600 tonne asteroid in low pass above Falkland Islands - TONIGHT

Will be nearer Islanders, Brit garrison than Japan is

Carphone Warehouse makes Euro bill shock boob

'Experts' in error

Avast still focused on Windows, despite new Mac security app

Czech firm aims to checkmate VXers

Wildfire shuts down Los Alamos nuke lab

Wind shifts on supercomputer behemoth

Microsoft nails second Android device maker

Patent dealing

US Supremes dump violent video game ban

Urinating on virtual burning cops deemed free speech

Hackers pierce network with jerry-rigged mouse

Mission Impossible meets Logitech

Fusion motherboards beat AMD chips to market

Asus, MSI, Gigabyte leap on APU bandwagon

All aboard the flash array train?

CommentTickets please, storage vendors

Google turns over user data in 94% of US demands

Facebook, Yahoo!, Microsoft? Who knows?

China Tel gets busy Down Under

Sets up shop in Sydney ... very quietly

Commercial math attracts NBN Co’s attention

No, we don’t mean “creative accounting”

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