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16th > August > 2011 Archive

Google's Moto move spells iPhone doom

Open...and ShutAnd it's Apple's own fault

AFL boss: NBN could let us bypass broadcasters

‘Give me more money, you bastard. Boom-shanka’*

Man reveals secret recipe behind undeletable cookies

New and improved cookie 'respawning' revealed

ScaleBase shatters MySQL for scalability

And glues it back together for speed

Apple delays 'retina display' iPad 3 to 2012

Screens still too costly

Acer Aspire 5755G 15in Core i7 laptop

ReviewSolid option?

Smartphones rain on Sony PS Vita parade

Pricey handheld console will struggle

Permabit goes into dedupe hyperdrive

'Primary, secondary, any-ary - it rocks'

£4.4m gov wad to get all Northern Ireland up to 2 Mbit/s

Ulster bands still not broad enough

Mag bitchslapped in Duchess Kate digi-slimming case

'We only meant to delete Wills', blubs glossy Grazia

Rights Commish warns of creeping gov data menace

'Need for personal info has to be clearly justified'

BT wholesale boss bails out, cites personal reasons

'Competing demands on her time'

ITU asks world youth, geeks for great tech ideas

Hefty cash prizes, free trips to Switzerland on offer


Android App of the WeekManage your texts on Gmail

Motorola beefs up rugged Android smartphone

Defy+ hits the 'G' spot?

Recovery-ware startup Zerto uncloaks, scoops $15m

Virty disasterproofing brothers back in the game

RIM emits 100-BlackBerry cloud for small biz

Not enough minions to bother with your own server?

Just 0.2% of Facebook flogged for $133m

Means it's worth 20% of Apple ... or ALL of HP

Apple changed shape of Galaxy Tab in court filing

Looks exactly like an iPad - if you stretch the truth a bit

Hunt empties broadband funding pot across Blighty

Euro speed dominance by 2015 as promised? Unlikely

HARRY POTTER CHAINED to new Sony reader

UpdatedBoy wizard to levitate gadgets off shelves this Xmas

Vodafone signals low-cost Facebook ringer

Status updater

Microsoft begins cagey Windows 8 disclosures

'We want to know we know what we're talking about'

Chinese giant figures to muscle into UK mobe market

No more partnering: It's my way or the Huawei

Intel says no to massive ultrabook CPU price cut

Notebook makers demand cheaper chips

BBC explains 'All your Twitter pics are belong to us' gaffe

AnalysisProperty is theft, man. So we're taking yours

Google gets UK OK on privacy in slurping probe

'Not a rubber stamp' insists kid-glove-clad regulator

Europe's PC mountain barely dented in price slash bloodbath

Biz still buying boxes, but consumers go slab-happy

PETA to launch .xxx smut site 'to help animals'

Naked celebrity campaign moves to next level

Sage looking to mind Mind Your Own Business' business

Looking for a bit of down-under gobblement

Injunction suspended: EU can buy Galaxy Tabs again

Non-iPad slabfondle fun still verboten in Germany though

News International mail server password FAIL exposed

Full login details published along with damning letters

Apple sells world's most expensive flash drive

The $40 Lion convenience fee

Giant iPhone 4 brings Mac OS X to the table

Honey, I blew up the blower

AutoCAD LT arrives on the Mac

App Store embrace

Cloud box does virtualization sans SAN

Practice safe SOCS

Malware mints virtual currency using victim's GPU

Bitcoin mining meets parallel computing

HTC hurls more patent spew on Apple

Mobile biz stuck on repeat

Mac OS X Lion gets bug-squashing update

HDMI, Wi-Fi fixes

MacTel, Verizon score AGIMO gig

Panel adds another two to coveted gov roster

Mozilla strokes coders with Firefox 6

JavaScript Scratchpad

Popular Android modder takes job with Samsung Mobile

Cyanogen to make Android 'more awesome'

Australia Institute: we’re all mindless sheep

What, there’s a second page of search results?

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