22nd > September > 2011 Archive
Defibrillate me now
Windows Phone 7 facelift imminent
83 infected machines in 11 locations
'I'm not sure Google is trying to maximize profits'
So much Unix to eat, so little time
SRC and NSF sling semiconductor research dollars
Lack of gravity is the main culprit
Scots publish constituency maps in open format to avoid data drama
Investigators to take 'special care' over free service
200 trillion cubic feet of gas will net £6bn in tax
But classified ads site bitchslapped for buying up brand keywords
That took a while...
UK software firm offloads US unit, gives back to its shareholders
iOS App of the WeekNews, from source to 'pad
Guarding against mysterious inopportune accidents
FlameVeep lashes out at our coverage
Cloud platform, cloud client. Is Facebook and Microsoft Azure the perfect fit?
Carlos Sartorius set to fill the big seat in EMEA
Doomed project's costs doubled
German hacker serves up the 'people's bot'
Close to the edge
Ofcom numbers show provider is most bemoaned in the second quarter
ReviewHoley moley, a detachable touchpad
AnalysisTelco is worth less than its expensive assets
'We just decided to screw our share price for a laugh'
'It's a car crash waiting to happen'
Patient records, email and more held in private system
Rights-holders can 'opt out'
Re-writing the script
Forecast for Android slashed by 28 per cent
OpinionInstability at the very top
Students and yuppies rate web as essential
ExclusiveAgree to act, just not how
Amateur astronomers sift Kepler satellite data
It's the software or the science that's been wrong
NAND cache to make filers go with a flash
Looks for customers it doesn't know it has
One of Intel's secret Xeon E5 testbeds, perhaps?
Open...and ShutTech is amoral. Thank God
US Space Commander begs to differ
Al Gore: 'new iPhones' imminent
Targets Cosma2k after botnet victory
Your life as a 'product'
Apotheker set for nightflight to Frankfurt?
Plus: SQL-MapReduce alliance appliance
Devil code does authentication too
Dev pays $2.5m for hiding decimal-percentage flaw
'After careful and thoughtful deliberation'
Where’d that neutrino come from? The future
Australia breeds geeky gurus
Digging for victory
Cable set to be completed early 2012
Trans-Atlantic sweep continues
Xeon E5 and many-core MIC inside