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2nd January 2007 Archive

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  • A Brief History of Information

    The word that means everything - and nothing

    Bootnotes 02 00:02

  • Security firm erects threat-level aggregator

    Brown alert

    Security 02 06:02

  • Novatel Merlin XU870 ExpressCard 34 'super 3G' datacard

    High-speed net access for the hottest laptops

    Broadband 02 08:02

  • Vodafone offers buyers Samsung BlackBerry-a-like

    SGH-i320 ships

    Phones 02 10:12

  • Germany and France split on Google-beater

    C'est la vie...

    Applications 02 10:32

  • AMD behind ATI R600 spec, benchmark leak?

    Downed site said to have company links

    Hardware 02 11:03

  • The devil is in the details

    Grabbing data quality by the tail

    Developer 02 11:11

  • Wireless not worth hacking?

    Times have changed

    Security 02 11:37

  • Xbox 360 led US Xmas sales - just

    Beats Wii by a nose, early figures show

    Games 02 11:40

  • Fight for Hutchinson Essar mobile intensifies

    Over 20 million Indian subscribers up for grabs

    Financial News 02 11:56

  • eBayer offers OS X-booting Dell laptop

    One notebook, two operating systems

    Hardware 02 12:08

  • How to crash a Windows mobile using MMS

    Test code spotlights mobile malware menace

    Security 02 12:17

  • 419 'money launderer' caught at Schiphol Airport

    Police say companies were plundered

    Media 02 12:46

  • Google steps in to the real world

    Successful trial selling newspaper ads points to corporeal future

    Financial News 02 14:39

  • Why the Novell and Microsoft deal is good for Linux

    All eyes on Linux

    Software 02 14:44

  • Katie Price and Peter Andre: the greatest album ever?

    'Songs so emotional, I go weak at the sphincter'

    Bootnotes 02 14:49

  • O2 late to start year

    Attempt to reduce network overload overloaded

    Mobile 02 14:51

  • Kansas temperatures hit all-time low

    A chilly -5572 Celsius

    Media 02 14:52

  • Singles charts goes digital

    Greetings, pop-pickers

    Bootnotes 02 14:56

  • Scientists look to straighten homosexual sheep

    Gay rights campaigners slam US research

    Science 02 15:05

  • Google plugs GMail exploit

    Callback calamity

    Security 02 15:09

  • Data modelling wars

    Scuffles, at any rate

    Servers 02 15:15

  • BBC peddles news filth to children

    British army photo shocker

    Bootnotes 02 15:23

  • Tokyo to blanket Ginza with RFID tags

    Forlorn attempt to prevent visitors getting lost

    Mobile 02 15:30

  • Growing rumpus over Saddam execution footage

    Iraq investigates mobile phone video

    Media 02 15:56

  • BOFH 2006: Complete and utter detox

    Talkin' bout a resolution

    BOFH 02 16:30

  • Munich buys Windows 2000 used licenses

    Money for old code

    The Channel 02 16:43

  • Saddam's YouTube smash

    User generated content at the gallows

    Media 02 16:56

  • eBay cross verification bug

    AKA error 3005

    Security 02 16:59

  • Happy New Malware

    Worm posing as seasonal postcard crashes into in-boxes

    Security 02 17:03

  • Microsoft accused of trying to buy bloggers

    Generous giving

    Media 02 17:28

  • Second Nasdaq warning for BEA

    Easy come, easy go

    Financial News 02 17:32