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23rd > April > 2012 Archive

Higher ground: plants seeking colder temperatures

Flowers take up mountaineering

US okays release of bird flu research

Ferret-killer research deemed to have public health benefits

Microsoft automates Office 365 installs

Deployment Toolkit 2012 released, helps Windows 7, 8 rollouts too

Megaupload case near collapse: report

Farce piled upon farce

Google Street View comes to Israel

Security officials insist only public areas snapped

China hits back at US cyber snooping allegations

Satellite exports to China will be tightened

Vodafone agrees to Cable and Wireless buy

£1bn deal to boost UK enterprise business, cut costs elsewhere

Sony and Nokia still a hit with Asian consumers

At last some good news for the under-fire duo

Woman cuffed for smuggling iPhones in beer bottles

Empties packed fruity contraband

Online criminal records checks to save Surrey council £300k

Will slash CRB process from 6 weeks to a few days

Turing's rapid Nazi Enigma code-breaking secret revealed

Maths homework kept in GCHQ vault for 70 years

EU-US name-swap deal actually gives passengers MORE privacy

Better than interim deal ... but still keeps your data for 5 years

Plumbers of the interwebs vow to kill IP hijacking

Task force to send 'Rover' out to wild web galaxy

Happy 30th Birthday, Sinclair ZX Spectrum

ArchaeologicThe story of an historic micro

Asus: Ice Cream Sandwich Transformer Pad out in May

Dixons exclusive for tablet-cum-laptop

From the Department of WTF: New USB tampon flash drive

Thieves will probably give it a miss

HP, Microsoft hop into bed for VS3 private cloud kit romp

For the sysadmin who needs 6,000 VMs, stat

Taxan touts tablet for bathing beauties

Shower and tell?

LG 3D phone revamp hits Europe

Guess what, it's lighter, slimmer...

Adobe Cloud offers leg up over Creative Suite's price wall

Monthly subscription for casual turtleneck types

CSC axes another 640 UK IT workers

NHS computer bungle biz slashes Blighty workforce by over 1,000

IBM fires Power-powered Penguins at x86's weak spots

Linux-only servers to gobble piece of a $10bn pie

Adonit Jot Flip precision tablet stylus

Geek Treat of the WeekA fine line

Microsoft lobs out first Skype for Windows Phone

Now does straight-up video calls

Martha Lane Fox hits caps lock, yells at small biz websites

UK web champ thinks Blighty can do better online

Lovefilm, Netflix 'no competitive constraint' on Sky Movies

Ofcom: satellite broadcaster has more power

Microsoft mulls backside display for mobiles

Rear guard action

Northamber coughs £6.35m to snap up its warehouse

Blows nearly half cash reserves on Surrey-based premises

Ofcom probes Sky News over Canoe man email hacks

Watchdog mulls public interest defence

Reader experts thrash LOHAN's mighty rod

Why not a launch rail for the Vulture 2 spaceplane?

PC World, Currys, Dixons websites all go titsup

Not enough fibre

Telegraph website falls over in outage riddle

UpdatedBreaking news

Getting rich off iPhone apps is b*llocks, say UK devs

MPs told sales can't cover costs while Apple coins it

Security bug stalls new dot-word TLD land grab AGAIN

ICANN's domain explosion backfires, fizzles out

How to wrestle storage in virtual server bear pits

Deep DiveTraining server admins into server-and-storage admins

Amazon Kindle Touch touches down early

Reader revival

Enterprise apps to bring bespoke BACK FROM THE DEAD

Sysadmin blogYo SME sysadmins, break out your Hammer pants, it's the '90s again...

Facebook beds silent-bonking mobe coupon biz Tagtile

App-gobbling spree continues with NFC upstart

Sony updates iPod docks with Bluetooth playback

Hi-fi fo fum

Solaris shops bunged cash to upgrade old duffers

Oracle spring cleans Sparc base

DARPA overjoyed that its hypersonic glider came apart, blew up

REAL inventors and scientists cause explosions

LightSquared pays off $56m debt with Brit biz Inmarsat

What could possibly be up mobile broadband wannabe's sleeve?

EMC 'poised' to gobble flashy upstart Xtremio

NetApp also perusing the menu - report

VC Horowitz: 'Why we only made $78m on $1bn Instagram sale'

Duo banked return that was 312 times their $250k stake

Chinese web tat bazaar takes profit hit, 'invests in quality'

Alibaba admits 25% profit droop in Q1 results

Microsoft and Facebook in $1bn pass the IP parcel play

Old vet and new media upstart bond - looks like trouble

Courier mishap sends woman's corpse to shopping club

Box marked perishable

Intel lets loose with 3rd gen Ivy Bridge tri-gate chips

Claims massive OEM push for Core i5 and i7 systems

Dell fuels up Precision workstations with Xeon E5s

Ivy Bridge rocketsled to launch next month

Facebook prospectus shows jump in users, fall in profits

SEC requirements are a bitch

Apple sued for every touchscreen device by Flatworld prof

Finger-based tech man makes massive money grab

Teradata gets partly cloudy to rein in big data

Forges SAS in-memory analytics beast

Google farewells apps in spring clean

Bye-bye Blackberry Sync, Picasa for Mac and Linux

Arctic Ocean may be releasing its methane

New source of greenhouse gas identified, but not yet explained

Gore, Bush, and Berners-Lee rock into 'net Hall of Fame

Internet Society ready to roll

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