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18th > August > 2011 Archive

Google+ bans real name under ‘Real Names’ policy

Don’t be evil different

Red Hat: Where recessions are good news

Open...and ShutEconomic downturn antidote

Better ATM skimming through thermal imaging

Technique automates PIN theft

David May, parallel processing pioneer

Unsung Heroes of TechWe salute the architect of the Transputer

Samsung offers eco-econo green DRAM

It's like making a computer out of rainbows

A first glance into Nutanix storage

Once over lightly

Southwest One made overpayments of £4.6m

Glitch had staff chucking cheques out of town hall windows

Intel pushes back next-gen Atom release

Cedar Trail trials

iPhone users richer, brainier, more tasteful than Android-ers

Connoisseurs of fine wine, gourmets, lovers etc etc

Community Linux support for Penguin phones floated

'Let's all pick one kernel and stick with it for a bit'

World+Dog to get keen on consoles next year

PS3 to host 'most active' fanbase by 2015

Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online users suffer outages

'They should call it Office 364, really'

NetApp misses revenue goal

'We're in unprecedented waters right now'

UCAS website collapses - on results day

Who could have predicted such massive traffic? Er ...

Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader

iOS App of the WeekRetailer breaks out of the App Store. Hurrah

LOHAN seeks mighty thruster for trip to heaven and back

Special Projects to attend International Rocket Week

TalkTalk, Tiscali fined £3m in bogus billing smackdown

Telcos set bailiffs on people who owed them nothing

White Space: The Next Big Thing in networks

AnalysisAmong the mystery pub antennas of the Silicon Fens

Skype brings per-minute Wi-Fi to iPad and iPhone

Who here remembers mobile dial-up? Great days

Sage leads bidding for Mind Your Own Business

Geordie move into Antipodes looking good

Gerard Depardieu takes piss on plane, gets tossed off

'Je veux pisser', thunders bottle spatter mishap thesp

Op Weeting plods cuff 13th hack in phone-hack probe

Reportedly former NotW showbiz bin-rifler

Outsourcer says rivals faked stolen database offer

'Envious competitor in lame attempt to hurt us'

Nokia invigorates old Symbians with Anna

Belle slips out too

Symbian Anna makes her debut

Younger, prettier sister still not allowed out in public

iPad sales shove Apple to top of mobile computing tree

Jobs mob looks down on HP, Dell et al

Fort Knox military cops disgusted with solar patrol carts

Sluggish 'leccy buggies unpopular with bullion base plods

Free Ride: Disney, Fela Kuti and Google's war on copyright

InterviewLawrence Lessig's work 'isn't worthy of a Harvard prof'

Lenovo chiefs chortle over decision to buy IBM's PC biz

Fat numbers from reorg'd Big Blue boxes

Australian bank to run trial with human teller in ATM

Video link, not dwarf or brain in jar

Tech Data laughs at world market meltdown

Tweaks nose of global macro-economic woe

Computacenter guru outlines new Colt not-a-cloud plan

How do you draw a 'delivery platform' on a whiteboard?

HP confirms faster, paler TouchPad tablet

64GB Wi-Fi model out in two weeks

Snap said to show iPhone 5s being stacked by bunnies

Panels on parade

Oxford adds woot! to dictionary

Hello? 1994 wants its word back

DARPA shells out $21m for IBM cat brain chip

Here, Skynet Skynet

HP to 'spinoff PC biz'

$10bn Autonomy buy rumored

UK man faces five charges for repeated Facebook hacks

Phabricator penetrated

Nimbula 'cloud operating system' spans data centers

Ex-Amazon man transcends geography

Canonical ARMs Ubuntu for microserver wars

Oneiric Ocelot runs un-x86

HP murders webOS tablets, phones

Confirms PC biz spinoff 'discussion'

Microsoft, McDonald's absolved of tracking cookie abuse

Redmond and Ronald victorious

Compellent swoops in, saves Dell storage

Nearly doubled revenue

NetComm bags NBN device deal

Ericsson shares the A$1.1bn love

Oz cybercrime laws in need of repair

Sent back under warranty

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