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4th > July > 2011 Archive

HP plans to measure girth, thrust of channel pitches

Vendor deploys iQuote to improve bid times and attach rates

Atmos 2.0 now shipping

Cloud folder on your Windows desktop

Plucky Czechs force Street View changes

Slurpmobiles reined in by Prague authorities

UPDATED McGregor set to take control at Azlan

Networking distie to enthrone new boss

Earth orbit for £1,000? You must be joking

Amateur boffins vie for 'very nearly' impossible N-Prize

Pharmacy spam disguised as Google+ invites

Cock-like-a-rock July 4th specials spamvertised

Terrafugia flying car gets road-safety exemptions

Forget about the car in front, it's the car above

Fox News tweets hacked to show Obama death stories

Foxy pranksters outfox Fox for lulz

EU cloud data can be secretly accessed by US authorities

US-owned companies bound by Patriot Act, says Microsoft

Aussie retailer accuses UK shops of HDMI 'scam'

Four quid job just as good as a £100 one

Spooks made 1,061 bugging errors in 2010

MI5 accidentally spied on 134 people they didn't mean to

Facebook's 'awesome' plan to hook up with Skype?

MicroSoftFaceSkypeBook vidchat deal rumoured

Anti-censorship Radiohead tap into online Chinese market

Not so Paranoid Android really, then

Can Liam Fox break the power of British Army, Navy, RAF chiefs?

AnalysisTop brasshats set to be booted out of Whitehall

Sony to launch PlayStation 4 in 2012, say moles

Taking the initiative?

Apple v Samsung: Jobs strikes back

Tech giants swap legal bitchslaps

Pissed-off elves bombard Icelandic town with rocks

Musician attempts to placate meddling huldufólk

Scotland Yard still have no idea why their network fell over

Plods' finest IT brains baffled by 'major issue'

Microsoft inks Bing deal with Baidu

Google slipping in China as Redmond snuggles the dragon

Telcos: up your prices, lose customers

Networking switching stats show effect of tariff tweaks

WikiLeaks sues Visa, Mastercard over 'financial blockade'

Unleashes pack of slavering Scandinavian lawyers

Logicalis coughs $34m for Netarx

Integrator acquires managed services goodness

Samsung NS310 netbook

ReviewThere's life in the old dog yet

When Oracle bought Pillar for £zilch

CommentIs Pillar's fate its opportunity?

Boffins fix dead satellite using 'dirty hack' in space

Eat that, LulzSec

Custom speakers that should be seen as well as heard

Orna-mental design

Nissan backs off from Goodwood reverse-race car stunt

Arse-backwards attempt kyboshed

Apple site hacked 'by LulzSec' - report

No suggestion of snags at iTunes, though

BBC mulls talent Twitter ban to prevent storyline spoilers

UpdatedLoose-lipped thesps' stealing own thunder blunders

Google trebles its force of lobbyists ahead of FTC probe

Chocolate Factory insists it has 'a strong story to tell'

Stieg Larsson: Oxfam's number one best seller

Author most commonly given away in binliners is Dan Brown

Pacific rare-earth discovery: Actually just gigatonnes of dirt

Take a lot of acid and it might seem valuable

Top level domain explosion could wreak MAYHEM on NET

Suppose you owned '1'. Now you can set up ...

IBM chases Itanium shops with 'Breakfree' deals

Big Sam's big 'Thank You' to Larry

Operation Antisec lames out again

Public data posted in Pirate Bay facepalm

Ex-BigPond chief uploaded to Quickflix

As Quickflix picks up BigPond’s DVD rental business

Amazon swallows UK online bookseller

The Book Depository assimilated by a Borg depository

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