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15th > March > 2012 Archive

Submarine cables get simpler, faster

No need for signal regeneration at sea or on land

Microsoft slashes Office 365 prices

Big cuts for new, renewing customers. Why? 'Efficiencies'

Hong Kong Apple store repels fanbois, scalpers

Form an orderly queue ...

Thai Police shutter 5,000+ sites insulting royals

Touchy Thais don't want you dissing their king

Rising China costs get manufacturers moving

Big wage rises see costs climb, other nations rise as factory alternatives

Viewsonic Viewpad 10e tablet

ReviewAndroid take on iPad aspect

NHS trusts beg IT suppliers to manage eHospital plan

It's all they IaaS of you

Bring your backups out of the closet! It's time for 'Tape Pride'

CommentLet go of that hardness, honey!

Groupon's 'Botox' voucher push breached ad rules – watchdog

ASA: Wrinkly punters clearly being offered 'prescription-only' poison injection

Oz anti-gang law hits email, maybe torrents too

Consorting offence now includes 'electronic communication'

Flintstones was (sort of) true: Mammals did well alongside dinosaurs

Fred and Barney would have been proto-mice not men, though

Mobile banking security bypassed in fiendish malware blag

Bloody SIMple when you know how

Adobe Photoshop Touch

iOS App of the WeekThe Mac’s killer app finally comes to the iPad

Virgin Media snags London Underground Wi-Fi monopoly

Free in tube stations - but only for the summer

Virgin to touch up Tube with wireless

Free for a month or so

Lawyers of Mordor menace Hobbit boozer

Gandalf moves to protect Southampton pub

NASA postpones five-rocket launch spectacular

Technical hitch scrubs ATREX blast off till Friday

BBC boss confirms iTunes alternative in store

Corporation to add downloads to CD, DVD, BD range

Datatec hits $5bn sales milestone, profits rise

But Blighty market 'very weak', says channel giant

Samsung's Apple ban bid tossed out by Dutch court

Injunction battle lost but the war isn't over

Nokia design chief ayes tablet plan

Yet Finnish phone firm counterspins claim

US gov tells Apple chief Tim Cook: Send us a minion to grill

'Thanks for coming Mr Appler. No, don't sit down'

Smartphone owners demand bigger screens

Four inches or more preferred

Cisco vows to give 4,000 Brit kids a proper IT schooling

Digital LondonNew message to teens: Computing is cool

TV tax takers reveal Brits telly habits

3D? Meh. Mobile? Yes please

PhD pimp's mobe lock screen outwits Feds - Google told to help

Warrant served on Chocolate Factory

Gamers pledge almost a million dollars for Wasteland sequel

Classic post-apocalyptic RPG to return

CAE profit growth stalls but sales near £50m barrier

Margins hit by falling hardware ASPs and engineer rates

HPC battle royale: Exotic models vs Frankenstein monsters

HPC blogWho will win the exascale supercomputer's heart?

Comet and Walmart battle for Game

Bidding begins

Charge of the Metro brigade: Did Microsoft execs plan to take a hit?

AnalysisTouchy-feely annoyance a plot to keep Windows relevant

Euro antitrust watchdog sniffs telcos' back-door hot air

Voda, Telefónica and chums quizzed over cosy confabs

Everything Everywhere's 4G party bus could run Three off a cliff

MPs, rivals hit the roof over LTE monopoly

AOL: No plans to bin instant messager

Okay, we did AIM fire at a few staffers ... but we won't say where, or how many

UPDATE: GAGA team hunts down grass-smoking ROBOT

Where in the world is our lawnmower?

Flash DRAM wallop! Now Hynix fab cranks out NAND

China surges ahead in chip production

Readers suggest LOHAN mount single mighty rod

Vulture 2 launch method prompts lively debate

Xbox 360 video cable boasts NOISE VIRUS protection

Ears are ringing ... with alarm bells

WD releases Thunderbolt drive

Up to 6TB of storage

HP unzips, dangles fat wedge over PC dealers

Punt desktop gear, earn a slice of $20m

New iPad: The only review roundup you'll ever need

Introducing our new media boildown™ technique

O2 confirms HTC Tegra 3 phone for April

Five-core smartphone ahoy!

Cisco slurps News Corp's telly software biz for $5bn

Vid encryption outfit NDS approves buy up

Pillow purveyor sews up Steve Jobs doll for fans

Felt him up

Dell channel chief gives SonicWALL partners a cuddle

Don't fear change or our direct sales force

x86 chips squeeze out a growth in Q4

Rising ASPs pump up revenues

Diablo III out on 15 May, pledges Blizzard

In dungeons with drag on

LSI thrusts PCIe flash kit even harder

Warp drive standing by, captain

Apple iPad 3 packs LAPTOP battery

12,000mAh power pack, anyone?

Russell Brand 'threw small voice-enabled iPad through window'

Big Easy filth slap warrant on bad boy shleb

UK's Guardian prints 'Assad family' emails leaked by activists

Files reveal high-heel love, Iran's uprising advice

Vendors smack Thunderbolt punters with massive pricing markup

Bit rich

Newly discovered asteroid will not ANNIHILATE THE EARTH

Well, not for a while anyway

'Cheap' Oracle box bashes NetApp benchmark

Save one MILLION dollars, get 32% more speed

Cloud consultancy Appirio scores $60m VC wad

Wasn't cloud supposed to be a snap?

Moore's Law savior EUV faces uncertain future

CPTF 2012'The End of Optical Lithography' has arrived - now what?

IBM boasts of Power-AIX win at E-Trade Korea

Ellison loses another Sparc/Solaris shop

iPhone/PS3 hacker Hotz arrested in pot bust

Texas police roadblock SXSW talk

Spotify marks Australian launch

Digerati poised to lead local streaming

Australia and Korea link in super satellite hook-up

Target galaxy 3.5 billion light years away

Clock ticking on NASA’s low-cost X-ray stargazer

NuSTAR launch postponed

Mobile phones cause ADHD in rodents

Keep that handset away from pregnant mice

Boffins build cyborg snails to generate electricity

Species now needs a slow-mo Neo to free them

Cisco, NetApp, cook 100,000-user SharePoint rig

Design aims to stop users thinking SharePoint “never works right”

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