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30th > September > 2011 Archive

Apotheker severance outrage: $2.4m 'bonus'

HP savior CEO Whitman? $1 (and a whole lotta stock)

Sony was a victim as well: Australian privacy watchdog

Off the hook for PSN hack

Qualys endorses alternative to crappy SSL system

Moxie Marlinspike's Convergence gets show of support

Toshiba Regza 47VL863 passive 3D TV

ReviewTelly that works with 3D glasses from the cinema

Euro beaks mull copyright of software features

Can what a program does be protected?

Bank emails punters asking for their, er, email address

Cahoot users feared headslap move was phish attempt

We7 morphs from jukebox into a radio station

Users un-demand on-demand

Netscape founder's web BI investment targets IPO float

GoodData CEO on common ground with eBay inflater

007's car outdrives iPhone in battle of the brands

Bond is better. Again.

Fire burns away the Kindle dream of interactivity

Your chance to lead a creative wolfpack - gone

Computer sim explains why hippies became extinct

Egalitarian societies of the past were doomed to oblivion

Logitech AV Stand

Accessory of the WeekTurn your tab into a telly, kind of

GNOME emits 'head up the arse' desktop update

All your online accounts are belong to OS

Prang finder site reveals accident blackspots

Road crash map from gobbled UK gov data

Adapt swallowed by Lyceum Capital

Plans to bankroll M&A action in UK managed services space

Maguro+ zombie resurrected as Oracle beast

Database server gets freaky fans and flaps

Don't bother with that degree, say IT pros

Bedroom coders just as skilled as graduates

Facebook spurns privacy probe as 'routine audit'

More of a gentle poke than an outright dig

Ico & Shadow of the Colossus Collection

ReviewBossin' in HD

Air traffic control data found on eBayed network gear

NATS passwords and info left on £20 switch

Feds probe triggers Chinese tech stock tumble

DOJ joins SEC and FBI in irregularities inquiry

Mobes to slurp messages, links over NFC

Optional mailbox feature added to specs

Samsung shows second second-gen 7in Galaxy Tab

More Apple lawyer fodder?

Mighty trash-bag balloon cluster soars above Nevada

High school student gets airborne for just $50

Fifa 12 kicks off with £2 HMV deal

Save a lot, that's the goal

Human 'alarm clock' enzyme discovered

Boffins isolate molecular wake-up call

Beer bottle shagging beetles with HUGE MEMBERS win prize

Boffins scoop Ig Nobel by stalking horny insects

Telcos cough mobe tracking habits

AT&T knows where you were last summer and the summer before

Quattrone blasts Ellison, says Autonomy is right

CommentThe Whopper Wars - what's Ellison's game here?

Nominet suspends fake pharma domains

Global pill crackdown pops 13,000 sites

Apple turns the screws on reseller channel

Halves early settlement discounts to 0.5% in miserly boom-time move

Huawei inks distie deals in enterprise push

Micro P confirmed, TD Azlan expected

MS names Nokia WinPho models in compo blunder

Sabre and Sea Ray slip out

Avaya and Azlan split, end UK distie pact

They're still loved up in other EMEA markets

500 jobs threatened as Virgin Media shutters Liverpool call centre

'Excellence' sought in Swansea

Electric plane-flinger for US and Royal navies doing well

New tech which will bring back UK carriers is on track

Life-size Lego assault rifle really works

Brickin' it?

Nokia punts cheapo NFC dev kit

Pretend you love Symbian and score a cheap C7

Kinect 'augments' Bulgarian airbags

Virtual chesticle enhancer looks swell

Microsoft takes the Android profit, the Wonkas take the pain

What price a Google Zeitgeist invite now?

Provider: Anti-piracy ruling has 'killed Usenet'

'Impossible to check the contents of 15 to 20 million messages a day'

Bo Peep insures jubs for $1m

NSFW'I thought I'd cover my assets', quips US burlesque star

Final insult for Full Tilt as Channel Islands kill its licence

Poker site in Ponzi scheme probe

Android's scariest nightmare: resurgently sexy Microsoft

Open...and ShutWill Redmond's new tarts out-seduce Google's frump?

Samsung offers Apple TOP-SECRET peace deal in Australia

Korean firm wants to end patent dispute Down Under

Pandemonium as Microsoft AV nukes Chrome browser

'Pleasepleaseplease someone come up with a solution to this!'

Amazon's Kindle Fire is sold at a loss

When losing money makes good business sense

Microsoft, IBM tussle for tech value runner-up

Steve Jobs suppresses chuckle

NASA: 'Asteroid armageddon less likely than we feared'

But what to do if one drops in to say goodbye?

Google open sources JavaScript testing tools

JS Test code moved from internal ops

Oracle in stiff competition with SF smut merchants

OpenWorldGentlemen’s clubs troll for OpenWorld rubes

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