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8th > March > 2012 Archive

Restaurant takes the piss, recycles it as fertiliser

Oz diner closes canola loop with world-first loos

Everything you ever wanted to know about private cloud

Keeping it to yourself

SimCity to return after 10-year holiday

2013 version adds 'robust multiplayer mode'

GRAIL lunar orbiters get down to business

First data coming in from Ebb and Flow

Disaster preparation gamified for Oz kids

iOs game teaches 10-15 year olds how to survive storms, floods

Australia considers national digital archive

Copyright Act amendment could see all electronic publications in National Library

Inside Sony's Home Entertainment HQ in Japan

FeatureImage is everything, say Bravia boffins

Lingerie-clad she-devils romp past watchdog

NSFWASA rejects Agent Provocateur vid complaint

Top Brit authors turn flamethrowers on barmy IPO

Bureaucrats, and Amazon, under fire

Ofcom supremo dreams of filling WORLD'S cracks

Gaps in spectrum need a lick of white paint

Crims fall back on old-school cons to avoid anti-fraud tech

Cheque, telephone banking swindles soar


iOS App of the WeekSteer yourself to cheaper petrol

Hands on with the Apple iPad 3

First lookWe fondle the new fondleslab

Proview demands 'new iPad' sales halt in China

And before Apple's even announced a launch date

Chinese tech firms fingered for military collaboration

US defence report alleges firms help army's R&D

Banks toss $8bn into Facebook's lap ahead of IPO

Not worried that FB's coughed to having fake users

Sky excludes Android with F1 app

'Not significant enough'

New iPad 4G data connection will only work in America

UK's Freeview TV, existing 3G squat on slab's LTE freqs

Telefonica flashes cash, jangles office keys to lure UK startups

They're only in it for the money

IBM shines light on terabit-per-second optical chip

The hole truth

Web 2.0 cash wad surge spunked on telly ads in UK

Ad revenues grew in 2011 thanks to Google and chums

Renault Mégane 265 Trophy 2.0 turbo

ReviewTuned to perfection

Anonymous takes down Vatican website

This one's for the kids, and, er, selling indulgences in the Middle Ages

Virgin TiVo iPad app out in September

Long gestation

SUPERCOMPUTER vs your computer in bang-for-buck battle

HPC blogiPad 2 pwns Cray-2? Wife’s desktop beats all?

NASA to blast 5 rockets in 5 min in jet stream test

Turbulence-mapping will light up night sky

Netflix lets Apple TV owners subscribe on screen

Cough up through iTunes too

Sky has lots in Store for Anytime+

Think outside the Box Office

SOPA poked an angry bear and set it loose on the net

InterviewFree Ride author Rob Levine on copyright and Wikipedia

PlayStation Network to be flooded with freemium games

Sony keen on 'free to play, cough up to win' titles

Stratfor email hackers were tricked into using Feds' server

Spotlight on source of WikiLeaks' files

New iPad: Crack open your wallets, fanbois, here's what it'll cost

659 quid for top-price fondleslab in Blighty

Pollster charts rise and rise of the e-book reader

But is the boom coming to an end?

Job-seeking IT pro? Head for China

But you'll probably need to speak the lingo, recruiter warns

Orange 3G data network goes titsup

Fault stretches from Glasgow to Bristol, at least

MYSTERY programming language found in Duqu

Anti-virus boffins appeal to devs for help

Huawei erects channel flag in Europe

Chinese kit-maker wants a slice of the enterprise pie

World's Raspberry Pi supply jammed in factory blunder

Unprotected network jacks spark delay fears

US Justice Department threatens Apple and publishers with court battle

Alleges firms conspired to push ebook prices up

Commtech Distribution to set up UK beachhead

Names channel veteran Mark Walker as boss

Microsoft tech turns any object into a touchscreen


Elgato's Thunderbolt SSD goes on sale

External SSD shuns USB 3.0

SECRET of the flashing Amazon jungle Drobo EXPLAINED

Data-hungry daemon came from the clouds

3D: 10% of LCD TVs in 2011, 25% in 2012

Passive catching up with active

Cisco outs third gen UCS blades and racks

California dreaming

Titanic director James Cameron prepares for deep sea dive

Filmmaker to plummet to the deepest point in the ocean

Lenovo recalls 160,000 all-in-one PCs after blaze warning

Potentially incendiary ThinkCentres must come back

'The new iPad' selling out at AT&T

White guys in short supply

Tim Cook's post-PC iPad domination dream crushed by reality

Gartner reckons 400 million desktops will shift in 2013

HD glitch for Apple TV punters

A lawyer has just rung Cupertino

Microsoft rolls over as Uniloc wins decade-long war

Oz David bags Redmond Goliath

NOAA picks IBM for supercomputer storm chasing

UpdatedPower out, Xeon in

Solar storm arrives, nobody notices

‘Spin’ deceived forecasters

Microsoft talking turkey with OnLive over Office to iPad

Strangle VDI at birth or tax it?

NICTA mines for hot rocks

Big data set to down tools for geothermal activity

NASA: The future of space is public/private partnerships

Google and others dream of heading to the stars

Flying Spaghetti Monster's works spotted in space

Boffins find noodly galactic gas filaments

Apple to Google Maps: ‘Get lost’

iPhoto geo-tagging switched to OpenStreetMap

NetApp reveals Exadata backup plan

Exadata users want more than Oracle backup

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