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15th September 2006 Archive

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  • Red Hat takes Xen baby step

    A timid little guy

    Servers 15 00:16

  • Mistakes in identity

    Breaking up your identity can be good for security

    Security 15 03:14

  • Milky Way's spiral was a late addition

    Galactic home improvement

    Science 15 06:56

  • Mobile TV, too good to give away?

    Finally: a use for that unlimited data tariff

    Mobile 15 06:58

  • Broadband report highlights 'two-speed' Europe

    Nothing rotten in Denmark

    Broadband 15 07:13

  • Mobile phones drive down costs

    Leeds opts for BT fusion

    Mobile 15 07:18

  • Apple marches out Boot Camp update

    Core 2 Duo-based Mac support

    Hardware 15 08:49

  • Apple fan runs iTunes movie marathon

    30-minute download? Pah!

    Financial News 15 08:58

  • MS intros Zune music service, Wi-Fi song sharing

    Tight-lipped on prices, availability

    Hardware 15 09:14

  • JVC constructs 'pulsating sphere' near-ideal audio source

    Looks a bit Blakes 7 though...

    Hardware 15 09:51

  • Brits ignore bloke trapped down manhole

    Good show

    Bootnotes 15 09:51

  • MS flirts with online Works

    The rumour mill churneth

    Applications 15 09:56

  • ATI readies 80nm desktop GPUs for October?

    Hardware 15 10:06

  • Virgin Galactic goes Starck raving bonkers

    'Earth to Richard Branson, over...'

    Science 15 10:26

  • Trolltech prices up coder-friendly Linux phone

    Greenphone not cheap

    Phones 15 10:33

  • Line up for parallelism

    It could be the way of the future

    Developer 15 10:37

  • Censorship, naughty teens, biometrics and butt-plugs

    Intriguing, no?

    Letters 15 10:58

  • Apple iPhone 'on track' for early '07 intro, mole claims

    Echoes analyst's allegation

    Phones 15 10:59

  • Why does natural selection take so long to get results?

    Survival of the fittest

    Science 15 11:02

  • Why isn't pubic hair the same colour as hair on your head?

    Got you by the short and curlies

    Science 15 11:02

  • eBayer lays claim to net's dullest video

    For sale: one washing machine, working...

    Media 15 11:10

  • Jealous ex used MySpace to plot hit: police

    New tools, old jobs

    Media 15 11:16

  • Canadian shootings linked to website, videogames

    The blame game

    Media 15 11:23

  • Witchdoctor orders Serb to have sex with hedgehog

    Sonic pin ball

    Bootnotes 15 11:34

  • Man makes Xbox 360 laptop

    First mod that's actually useful?

    Games 15 11:36

  • Nominet solves rogue domain seller problem

    Transfer price reduction removes incentive.

    Media 15 11:55

  • Reg hack 'retarded and needs help'

    'All you UK fags are like that'

    Letters 15 11:59

  • Little Murdoch's 'scary' warning to BT

    Who's the Daddy?

    Broadband 15 12:09

  • Are there people with no sense of smell?

    Scentsory loss

    Science 15 12:16

  • Anti-spam crusaders slapped with $11.7m judgement

    Spamhaus unfazed by 'unenforceable' ruling

    Security 15 12:20

  • Investors betting against Sportingbet extradition

    Chairman falls on his sword

    Financial News 15 12:24

  • Toshiba readies revised HD DVD players

    Samsung plans Blu-ray machine update too

    Hardware 15 12:34

  • SWIFT stalled EU probe of US snooping

    Stuck between a rock and a hard place

    Media 15 12:43

  • Macs in better service than PCs shocker

    And everyone better than PC World

    The Channel 15 12:46

  • Lite-On to ship HD DVD drive next year

    Blu-ray Disc supporter backs rival format too

    Hardware 15 13:08

  • PC market slows but outlook positive: IDC

    Q2 forces down full year forecast

    Hardware 15 13:18

  • Nintendo: Wii to come to Europe on 8 December

    Pricing, games details announced

    Games 15 13:24

  • Spies, Big Brother and sweaty cops' fingerprints

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    Business 15 13:45

  • Spammers feel the pinch from Feds

    Sanctions against botnet operators

    Security 15 13:53

  • The iPod's Achilles Heel? It's er... Reader's Digest

    Zune, eMusic, and subscriptions

    Media 15 14:07

  • Shuttle XPC SD37P2 CrossFire-ready SFF PC

    Small yet powerful?

    Hardware 15 14:13

  • JK Rowling holds on tight to Harry

    Where’s a Nimbus 2000 when you need one?

    Bootnotes 15 14:47

  • Legend Docklands sinks customers

    Legendary snafu

    Data Networking 15 15:22

  • Universal to upload lawsuits to YouTube, MySpace?

    Royalties, please

    Media 15 15:32

  • Journalists’ society condemns HP snooping

    Hacked off

    Financial News 15 16:13

  • Mozilla security takes axe to redundant code

    Slim is in

    Security 15 16:24

  • Tired of linking, Yahoo! starts! making! the! news!

    Scooportal

    Financial News 15 17:08

  • What the anarchist blogger case means to the rest of you globules

    Gonna burn this city

    Media 15 17:40

  • Digital rights activists take aim at EU data laws

    See you in court

    Media 15 18:12

  • 50 years of the hard drive

    Amazing, but ...

    Hardware 15 18:32

  • Toshiba puts Lexar royalties spat to bed

    Cost: $288m

    Hardware 15 20:24

  • Freescale sells itself for $17.6bn cash – or more

    Who knows, maybe something better will come along

    Financial News 15 22:35

  • Arnie terminates drivers with hands-on cell phones

    Keeping California safe - but not yet

    Mobile 15 23:56