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21st > September > 2011 Archive

Oracle defies the economy – and the curse of Sun

Preps four new systems

TiVo chief downunder ejects to the US

Kicked upstairs

Zendesk adds Melbourne

Melbourne to get own BOFH-in-the-cloud

Greenplum appliances swing both ways

Spinning up data warehouses and Hadoop

MySQL founder savages Oracle’s move to 'open core'

Monty yearns for the good old days

Nissan Micra DIG-S

ReviewDiesel economy meets petrol refinement

Google Android Market fee favours big brands

Andy Pad maker coughs to using unlicensed app store

Hynix gets out tiny NAND cell

Mine's smaller than yours

O2 tries to one-up the Apple store with SMB lounge

Facemail hookup hangout for those who don't have offices

Samsung may try to block next iPhone in Europe too

Jesus mobe's fifth coming could see fanboi frustration

Why do these traders get billions to play with, unchecked?

Because they're supposed to be hedging every bet

BBC website ditches modules in facelift

In come fondle-inspired slides and carousels. Really.

Blighty's slow-crawling broadband streets revealed

Live in Halesworth if you wanna party like it's 1999

HTC to bring souped-up Sense to handbag handset

Rhyme and reason

Self-planting plant discovered in Brazil

The ultimate gift for lazy gardeners

World's Smallest Camera gives big snappers the finger

Honey, I shrunk the DSLR

'Angry Bird in the Sky' spotted by astronomers

PicGlowing red space chicken features in 'scope snap

Sepaton recruits ex-Quantum CTO

AnalysisWhere to now for the 'no tapes' company?

Microsoft bumps up dividend by 25 per cent

Redmond raises divvy to calm restless investors

Mathematicians slam plans to fund statistics only

Strips all proper boffinry of its foundations

BT bitchslapped for misleading 'Join now' Infinity ad

ASA ruling after Virgin Media complains to watchdog

Why Samsung won't open the Bada OS box

AnalysisClosed nature is its greatest strength

Nikon sticks it to Sony Nex with serious snappers

Premium compacts

Interoute Communications snaps up Quantix

Cloud providers merge to form slightly larger cloud

Windows 8 secure boot would 'exclude' Linux

Microsoft wants firmware to only start authorised OSes

Microsoft cloud evaporated by one busted file

Services failed for hours

Kingston Technology HyperX 240GB SSD

ReviewMay the SandForce be with you

Dinosaur-murdering space boulder family found innocent

NASA discovers alibi for the Baptistinas

Apple to unveil white iPod Touch alongside iPhone 5

No 3G support?

Facebook 'personal' news feed gets algorithm rejig

Angry faces say that this is not a Plus ... on Twitter

GM OnStar cars will upload all data unless owners opt out

It's coming: Your car will rat you out to insurers

Capital gets trendy address: .London on its way

But not in time for the Olympics ...

Amazon staff toiled in 100°F+ warehouse

Temps stretchered out, local paper reports

UK firm denies supplying spyware to Mubarak's secret police

RATs nest found in Egyptian spook HQ

1-in-3,200 chance* that a fiery satellite chunk will hit someone on Friday

Defunct climate probe to make dramatic re-entry

Microsoft emits WinPhone seduction pack

Calling those abandoning the good ship Symbian

Adobe bets on Flash 11 to fend off HTML5 invasion

Hardware acceleration woos 3D game makers

Microsoft dumps Gold partner accused of scamming customers

Leave the badge on the table on your way out

Boffins step closer to steam-powered Babbage computer

Analytical Engine designs digitised by Science Museum for steampunk project

Booze giant's Facebook tie-up sparks ad concerns

Won't somebody please think of the children?

Huawei targets UK with sub-£100 smartphone

Set Blighty a-Blaze

Assange™ pens world's first unauthorised autobiography

WikiLeaks supremo's bid to censor self fails as book goes on sale

Virtual and real worlds collide in gamers' minds

Boss levels... with the boss?

Rumor: HP giving Apotheker Das Boot

Former eBay CEO Whitman to step in?

Yahoo! apologizes for blocking Wall Street protest emails

Spam! mistake! not! censorship! says! Yahoo!

Google preps Chrome fix to slay SSL-attacking BEAST

20-line patch targets plaintext recovery exploit

RBS megahack maestro sells flats to pay fine

Crime and punishment

No more tiers for flatter networks

Solving the east-west traffic problem

Police authority loves Sprint ii buying regime

Too expensive? Did we say that?

DataStax goes 'open core' with Facebook's Cassandra

NoSQL meets the enterprise

Adobe rushes out emergency fix for critical bug in Flash

'Zero-day' attacks already underway

Oracle 'engineers' SMB database appliance

'Smaller, tighter package'

Georgia Parole Board blocks Amnesty email campaign

Servers hosed by 800 messages, it seems

Aussie e-com start-up buyster gets bought

US e-tailer Wayfair in dotcom deal

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