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8th > July > 2011 Archive

Apple slices iPhone and iPad ad rates 'by 70%'

Jobs bows to Google effect

Microsoft does collaboration with interwebs Word

Another step closer to the desktop

Optus busted for dodgy broadband ads

ACCC fines telco A$5.26m for 'misleading' unlimited claims

Facebook video chat 'leaks' music plans

Blogger spots hints in video calling app

Facebook dev rules tweaked after US antitrust complaint

Real beef over virtual goods

Quiet, astronomers at work

Aus government cuts radio silence deal for SKA

eBay boosts mobile payments with Zong acquisition

PayPal in your pocket for US$240 million

iiNet stiffens backbone with 100Gig Ethernet

Win for Juniper

HTC ChaCha Qwerty Android smartphone

ReviewFacebook favourite?

Nintendo lumbered with lawsuit in 3DS patent row

Going glasses-free is costly

FOIA requests climb to levels last seen when Act came in

But a quarter get knocked back

UK Channel insolvency rates soar to nine-year high

Trying to make a hardware living? You're 'dead'

Solitary critical Windows update to star in modest Patch Tuesday

Four square

Sony to can MiniDisc Walkman

19-year-old player no longer has legs

MTI acquires GSS

Storage integrator snaps up security shop

Press body looks at its naughty bits as hacking scandal grinds on

PCC to review journos' code, backtracks on prior report clearing NotW

OCZ fails to kill off Blue Screen Of Death issue

SandForce-powered SSDs still failing

PM promises change as police interview ex-spokesman

Email hack on dead UK soldier revealed

M-Edge e-Luminator Touch

Accessory of the WeekLights up e-books. Lights up books too

Will News of the Screws reappear as

Is mysterious Sun On Sunday domain name a red herring?

Coulson arrested

UpdatedPM's spokesman, and another man, banged up

Doom guy: tablets, phones to be gaming platforms of the future

Mobile kit will soon be more powerful than consoles, says Carmack

NHS told: freeze all Microsoft spend

Coalition re-centralises purchasing

Moles say Mac OS X Lion to bound in next week

Updated MacBook Airs too?

Whiptail cracks on: VCs pump it full of flash cash

CommentPlans to demolish disk arrays

Parmo v poutine: The ultimate post-pub nosh deathmatch

Middlesbrough battles Canada for supersaturated supremacy

Samsung BD-D8900 Blu-ray player and DVR combo

ReviewPerfect combination?

Portuguese hackers strike back at Moody's downgrade

Sub prime dishonour

Schmidt preaches 'deep integration' desire with Facebook, Twitter

As Google+ ambitions come into view

HP may replace 3PAR hardware

UpdatedRumour mill grinds out another one

Unemployment rate inches up in the US

IT sector hangs out Help Wanted sign

SNIA Archiving for data protection in the modern data centre

Deep diveDon’t put all your eggs in one basket

Baidu rejigs business units, operations boss quits

Biggest Chinese search engine rotates execs

London could face cuts for not sharing services

City has so far made just £1.2m savings out of £300m annual target...

Canuck ultralight pilot drops in on strip club

Lands in parking lot for a flying visit

JVC sees double with sexy dual iDevice dock

Two's company

Oracle resellers: 'Give us our cash and make it snappy'

Oracle playing scrooge with rebates

Atlantis blasts off on last shuttle mission

It's The Final Countdown, nah nah naah naaaaah....

Dev's iPhone cable melts after iOS 5 upgrade

'I am the Lord of Hellfire, and I bring you...'

MS to launch R2-D2 Xbox 360 and Kinect

Pushing buttons for Star Wars fans

Java cloud spins Jenkins Eclipse tool

Back at you, Oracle

Dell's faulty PC legal woes worsen (again)

Ailing Optiplex? Lawyers feel your pain

Feds seize kit from Apple Store spyware artist

Stealth face cams win Secret Service visit

Google gives in: Schmidt to face US antitrust grilling

Half relents, sends one of top two

Apple patent: 'Pour' your data from iPhone to iPad

Or flick it from fondleslab to device across room

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