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12th > September > 2011 Archive

More job losses on the way as Tata picks up Telstra back office

Hundreds to go in offshoring frenzy

Righthaven may have to file for bankruptcy

And MediaNews won’t renew its contract

Google Native Client: The web of the future - or the past?

This time, it's Mozilla v Google

Coraid delivers flash-in-an-Ethernet-box

MLCing it for all they're worth

Printable mini-display tech draws power from NFC devices

Really cool solution seeks problem to solve

BT channel overlord ponders still-bigger empire

Dissatisfied with diet of organically grown customers

Rubbing an iPhone on your face won't cure acne - FTC

Playing whack-a-mole with snake-oil apps

HP to refund full-price Touchpad and Pre3 buyers

Fondle-fancying employees left slabless

BT trying for fibre 'monopoly', claims TalkTalk chief

Telcos want to get their hands on BT's pole

Dole-office civil servants allowed Twitter but no Facebook

The fine line between tools and timewasting

Logitech Touch Lapdesk N600

Geek Treat of the WeekThigh saver

Microsoft inadvertently offers early peep at September patches

Kimono hastily snatched closed again 'til Tuesday

Netflix: Not interested in cloud 'heavy lifting'

Amazon gets them up in the sky, we bring the rain

LOHAN eyes hardcore partner's impressive girth

Vulture 2 spaceplane needs thrust you can trust

Guardian pratfall swaps homepage for US insurance firm

Proud sub-editing tradition spreads to website team

Two Larrys to go head-to-head in Google-Oracle case

Page vs Ellison in Larry-tastic Java wrestle

Man City boss quits over cancer email

It was teh haxorz! Well ...

Laptop batteries made of jelly invented

Wibble-wobble wibble-wobble 'leccy on a plate

Hacker defaces Irish Catholic paper: 'Gotta love false hope'

'Continue believing in your false religion'

Four terabytes (but five platters)

Five goes into four

Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Windows 7 tablet

ReviewOak Trail Atom-powered fondleslab, anyone?

Crooks rent out TDSS/TDL-4 botnet to the clueless

Mercenary zombies for hire to dumbed-down Baron Samedis

Glow-in-the-dark kittens to help produce cure for AIDS

Can't your cat liven up parties or fight killer diseases?

Unlikely contender tops rankings in Nokia ringtone quest

If possible, even more annoying than the original

Leader of Cisco counterfeit ring jailed for 60 months

Shut up behind real bars though

HP to bring 6,000 more TouchPads to UK - for staff only

See this? You can't have it! Ahahahaha!

'Amazon Tax' California decision pushed back a year

Webshopping giant hopes feds will step in

Sparc T4 chips: Oracle makes stealthy spec change

Hmm <beard stroke> - what could this mean?

HP shelves plans to offshore DWP support roles

Dole queues to be slightly shorter than expected

Team HP: Cloud Police

Globocorp wants to plug backdoors

Linux.com pwned in fresh round of cyber break-ins

Penguin brigade in a flap after latest compromise

LightSquared offers low-power olive branch to GPS

But in a few years we'll turn the knob up again

Tech Data gobbles Man And Machine distie biz

IT purveyor to bolster Autocad offerings

PostgreSQL revs to 9.1, aims for enterprise

The elephant in the data center

French officials: 'Don't worry about fatal nuclear explosion'

Radiation leak danger 'very, very low'

GlobalSign says 'isolated' webserver was hacked

Crypto key system appears safe

HTC mulls mobile OS buy – but won’t be rushed

Android outfit eyes HP webOS new playmate

MongoDB 2.0 debuts with shrunken indexes

'25% smaller, 25% faster'

Apple's new Lion beta bakes in iCloud

Reg crosses fingers for bugs fixes

Broadcom breaks piggy bank for $3.7bn NetLogic buy

Get a grip on MIPS chip

Optus and NICTA look for Android apps

Tapping student brains trust

Gravity wave detector gets more sensitive

Getting rid of quantum noise

LibreOffice uncloaks online extension cache beta

Plus: LibreOffice-on-a-stick!

IBM’s Jeopardy super hired to search healthcare data

Big Blue supermachine joins real world

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