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26th > October > 2011 Archive


Kelvin joins Einstein in has-been corner?

Amazon’s shares slashed as profits drop 73%

Sales OK, but costs through the roof

US gov requests for Google user data grow 29%

93-percent compliance rate

Obama man: 'Global internet surveillance skyrocketing'

Think it's bad now? Just wait

Soundfreaq Soundstep Recharge

ReviewAndroid friendly compact speaker

DVLA tosses Virgin Media £6.7m in 3-year phone deal

Agency will use PSN-compliant network for call handling

Facebook 'bug' temporarily disappears some links

'Spammy, unsafe' URLs mainly harboured by news outfits, it seems ... bitch

No BBM app for PlayBook soon, admits RIM

BlackBerry tablet OS 2.0 delayed too

Lenovo intros updated all-in-one

AMD CPU, lots of Ram, er, that's it

UN wants two-thirds of the world online by 2015

Moon-on-a-stick request still pending

Corning launches can-stand-the-heat Lotus glass for phones

Sheet hot

Sunday Mirror must face Kylie's ex-lover in France privacy case

ECJ: Internet publishers liable wherever material is accessible

Worm wriggles through year-old flaw, builds zombie-net

'More a business failure than a software security failure'

BioWare Baldur's Gate

Antique Code ShowPut down the dice

PowerPivot: a new spin on understanding your business

Building relationships

HP PC biz gets aggressive again

Reseller rebates overhauled in SME and mid-market growth drive

HP hooks up with Calxeda to form server ARMy

I see no Atom ships

Nokia launches Windows Phone range

Free satnav and more

Google cuts ribbon on Berlin research institute after ponying up €4.5m

It's not for Google, it's for EVERYONE

Google report reveals YouTube takedown requests... by country

UK wants jihadists off, Germany nixes Nazis, US wants to hide cop brutality

ITU sees an internet full of developing youth

Digital divide splits high-income and low-income countries

Nokia's Brave New World is (almost) Finn-free

Nokia WorldThings are different around here, now...

Nokia to flood emerging markets with budget blowers

Brimful of Asha

SUSE previews OpenStack-SLES cloud

Waiting on Essex release

WHSmith Kobo Touch wireless e-book reader

ReviewHas the Kindle met its match?

BT gets 14 days to block Newzbin2

Web-blocking begins...

Return of native: HTML5's enterprise battle

Open ... And ShutFollowing the Facebook playbook

Binned PCs were stuffed with MoD and Sun staffers' privates

UpdatedResold without wiping Rebekah Wade's naughty bits

Euro banks unhappy with proposed e-payment rules

Tighter security and fewer fees would interfere with the 'business model'

Tsunami Trojan: First Mac attack based on Linux crack

Slips in Mac OS X backdoor, phones home

Job-seeking university bods panic over incriminating online info

Don't turn into a pumpkin at the Halloween Ball

Fujitsu foresees gloom, blames exchange rates

Weak biz spending, yen and components

Gelsinger pops lid on top-secret EMC Lightning code

Flash cards reveal some parts of mysterious project

PC shortages 'inevitable' says Gartner

Flooding in Thailand set to rock supply chain

A rapid first hands-on: Nokia’s Windows phones

Nokia WorldOur man gets a grip on Elop's mangoes

Swedish password hacking scandal widens

210,000 login details dumped ...

Man builds smartphone dock into arm

Bionic handset

Cloudy tech start-up Twilio jumps the pond

US telephony API firm targets Europe from new UK office

Process, not just product, will save your IT department

RTFM is not enough

Pure challenges Spotify with cloud-based music service

Get tuned in

Avira anti-virus labels itself as spyware

Auto-immune confusion

Arrow Electronics sales and profits up in Q3

Distie behemoth claims share from rivals, plans expansion

Hitachi unveils roadmap for cloudy offerings

Layers upon virtualised layers

Apple plans big solar farm to clean dirty datacenter

Project Dolphin – how green can you get?

Rosat dropped over the Bay of Bengal: DLR

Unknown how much survived the burn

Citrix snaps up App-DNA for app migration

Throws kit and caboodle into clouds

‘Want to be more secure? Don’t be stupid’ redux

SANS Institute violently agrees

Quickflix set to stream from next month

Finally press play on digital

Why the FBI’s 'new Internet' is a dumb idea

Behaviour is the disease, insecurity is the symptom

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