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26th > September > 2011 Archive

Ancient auto: still running, up for sale

Igor! Stoke the boilers!

Oz Territory terrorized by MUTANT CANE TOADS!

‘The extra arm suits you’

DataDirect embulgens arrays for big data

Hopes to grunt with the big pigs in the Big Data pigpen

Online government services would exclude many Welsh

Keep counters open if you ever want to see Dr Who again

Lib Dems: Gov must look at security of public data cloud

Keeping stuff outside UK could erode citizens' rights

E Ink eyes 30m e-book reader sales in 2011

Big demand from Xmas prezzie buyers with tight purse strings?

MPs label police IT 'not fit for purpose'

Bleedin' 'ell, guv, the computer's fell down the stairs

Netflix whisks DreamWorks deal from under HBO's nose

Dream contract to stream studio's movies

Sonim nudges NFC into hard-as-nails handset

Communication that doesn't break down?

Byte-dock MacBook Pro port replicator

Geek Treat of the WeekWhat's up, dock?

NASA to trial laser-powered space broadband

Beaming probe data at 100Mbps

First-person shooter swaps guns for cameras

Point and shoot

Swindon to get first UK 4G mobile network

For the party, not the proles

Drinking alcohol wards off asthma

Booze. Is there anything it can't do?

Red Hat engineer renews attack on Windows 8-certified secure boot

Linux lock-out row rumbles on

Kiwis drop the ball on government server upgrade

Aotearoa: 404 Not Found... for two days

Facebook: 'We don't track logged-out users'

Site hits back at cookie jar claims

.Scot campaign seeks UK Gov backing

Scots say domain will pay for itself

Office of EC veep jumps gun on net privacy law

No statement on withdrawn statement

Sony Vaio SB 13.3in notebook

ReviewHandy dandy

Samsung shifts 10 millionth Galaxy SII

Filling punters' pockets before Apple can

Banks face e-payments antitrust probe

Complaint filed to Euro watchdog

EMC supremo Joe Tucci to quit as CEO

Will assume chairman's position by 2013

Huawei gets charged with juicy Android handset

Three-day battery life, anyone?

HideMyAss defends role in LulzSec hack arrest

Anons vow to give ass-hiders a hiding

Verizon: Samsung 4G ban not in our, er, public interest

Telco urges US court to scrap Apple's injunction

Virtualising your infrastructure? Get your numbers right

Avoid nightmares later

Watchdog takes aim at premium-rate phone apps

A slip of the thumb could cost you £££s

Google unfurls Dead Sea Scrolls

Ancient rantings scanned to 1,200MP

Panasonic beckons forth beneficial robot buddies

Move, talk and... er... wash your hair

Sites downed by 1&1 web outage

Services AWOL, users annoyed by lack of info

Star Wars MMO subscriptions match Warcraft outlay

Old Republic, dated and priced

Panda Security axes jobs, gets new chief exec

Anti-virus firm hit hard by freebie rivals

Dell resells SeaMicro 'Atom smasher' servers

A microserver in every hyperscale data center

Samsung signals HD smartphones with supersize screens

Galaxy S II gets high-def treatment

USA Today pwned by s'kiddies on Twitter

Who would you like us to hack next today?

IEEE task force massages 100GE for backplanes

25Gb/sec signaling for blade servers

AMD creates server division, loses chip head

Bergman leaves for 'a new opportunity'

Internet fails to dethrone TV news (so far)

Dead-tree rags hold up surprisingly well breach leaves visitors exposed to malware

Rash of embarrassing open-source hacks spreads

4G or 'faux G', it's a mealy-mouthed marketing mishmash

Verizon goes all-IP, AT&T hedges bets

Virtual cloud monkeys go bananas writing Shakespeare

Experiment to prove adage, without flung feces

Aussie fans of old BBC fodder get paid iPlayer offering

Vital slab-fondler/Tom Baker demographic targeted

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