15th January 2007 Archive

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  • We are all Agilists now

    Software agility is a tricky beast to pin down, due largely to its 'fluffy' nature

    Developer 15 07:02

  • SMBs offered virtually cheap disaster recovery

    DataCore repackages storage for invisible data replication

    Storage 15 07:02

  • Open Phones with Open Moko

    Can an open Linux phone platform change the mobile application game?

    Mobile 15 07:02

  • Disclosure of government data mining could become US law

    Snooping bill revived

    Government 15 10:12

  • O2 delays XDA Zinc roll-out

    Release slips

    Phones 15 10:28

  • US wants all your fingerprints

    Digital crackdown

    Government 15 10:30

  • Woman dies after Wii competition

    Radio station water drinking wheeze goes awry

    Games 15 10:50

  • EU goes mad for Bulgarian breast-boosting beer

    Alcohol-enhanced airbag frenzy

    Bootnotes 15 10:52

  • Spammers get bullish on stocks

    Pump-and-dump pumped

    Security 15 10:57

  • Xbox 360 dominates US next-gen console December sales

    Advantage of good supply?

    Games 15 11:07

  • Ovum and BT in war of words

    VoIP figures disputed

    VoIP 15 11:14

  • Intel's Flash cache module wins PCIe thumbs-up

    Stage set for Robson's Centrino debut

    Hardware 15 11:36

  • Devolo dLAN 200 AVdesk HomePlug AV network adaptor

    HD-ready wired networking over your home's powerlines

    Broadband 15 12:02

  • Toshiba touts 51GB HD DVD

    Three-layer player

    Hardware 15 12:20

  • Scientists probe space origin of rare black diamonds

    'Carbonado' gems under scrutiny

    Science 15 12:33

  • Siemens ex-CFO named in bribery probe

    Telco contracts under microscope

    Financial News 15 12:36

  • HP bundles business desktop with free country

    Remarkable Computacenter deal

    The Channel 15 12:51

  • FBI warns of assassin spam scam twist

    Probe fairytale targets gullible

    Security 15 12:53

  • Two years on, Huygens data still delivering

    Titanic probe

    Science 15 13:04

  • N Korea puts giant rabbit on the menu

    German überbunnies à la Kim Jong Il

    Bootnotes 15 13:08

  • Asus revs second-gen Lamborghini laptop

    Hardware 15 13:19

  • Mac gets first RAID storage server

    iPhone? Pah!

    Storage 15 13:38

  • France and UK discussed 'merger'

    Secret documents reveal 1950s talks

    Government 15 13:41

  • The 'mob' to advise PM on gov data sharing

    String 'em up!

    Government 15 14:07

  • Avaya agrees offer for Ubiquity Software

    £74.3m for SIP developer

    VoIP 15 15:30

  • Bebo poaches Google exec

    Strategic partnerships ahoy!

    Financial News 15 15:33

  • Open source is good for the economy: report

    Worth €2bn a year

    Software 15 15:36

  • MI5 security alert finally runs on secure server

    Rush job patched up

    Policy 15 15:45

  • Could invisibility beat encryption?

    Canadians add cloaking device to Windows files

    Security 15 15:49

  • Doctors urge action on gambling addiction

    Ten to one nothing happens

    Law 15 16:48

  • Fact, fiction or bioterror drill? How to cook up a ricin scare

    Take one reservoir, two tons ricin mash, stir vigorously

    Security 15 17:48

  • PCI Express 2.0 released

    Twice the bandwidth

    Hardware 15 17:53

  • Ajax on Rails

    Bringing together Ajax and Rails with Prototype

    Developer 15 23:57

  • German fried in mole-electrocution experiment

    380V garden mishap

    Science 15 23:58