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8th March 2007 Archive

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  • Playtech parties on, hooks up with the Chinese Communist Youth League

    Party off for Partygaming

    Law 08 00:09

  • eBay goes hacker hunting in Romania

    Fraud rising at internet speed

    Security 08 01:11

  • Cuban gets stuck into YouTube, demands it squeals

    'Talk, morons'

    Media 08 01:18

  • Developers tell Eclipse why it sucks

    Respond to call

    Developer 08 03:04

  • Adobe edits the development cycle

    Less bugs, more weekends off

    Developer 08 09:24

  • Valentine's Day SMS refund nipped in the bud

    Complaint line dealing with other complaints

    Broadband 08 10:00

  • Italian gambling ban breaks EU law, rules European Court

    'Incompatible with community principles'

    Law 08 10:08

  • NASA ejects nappy-wearing astronaut

    Back to the Navy for you, Nowak

    Science 08 10:24

  • EADS wins fire contract

    £200m system upgrade

    Policy 08 10:24

  • NEC nears laptop-friendly natural light LCD

    Screens you can use in the sunshine, anyone?

    Hardware 08 10:41

  • Digital data will increase sixfold by 2010: study

    988 billion gigabytes to be stored

    The Channel 08 10:48

  • MPs: UK defence project was crap

    Bowman skewered

    Policy 08 11:07

  • Intel outlines PRAM production plan

    Flash-beater less than a year away?

    Hardware 08 11:08

  • Turkey blocks YouTube

    And France bans happy slapping

    Bootnotes 08 11:14

  • Best Buy and Microsoft target SMBs

    Online ecommerce? No sweat

    Small Biz 08 11:18

  • Game sends arcade enemies into the real world

    But only Treo owners can see 'em...

    Phones 08 11:39

  • Samsung upgrades UMPC for Vista

    Hardware 08 12:11

  • NPfIT champion suspended after speaking out

    Fujitsu suspends 'folk hero'

    Policy 08 13:06

  • Godless coins released in US mint cock-up

    Golden dollars

    Bootnotes 08 13:07

  • Borat's human rights restricted in Kazakhstan, US says

    No, really

    Bootnotes 08 13:10

  • Police investigate e-tailer as site goes off air

    PCPartsAndMore No More?

    The Channel 08 14:25

  • Who classifies the bugs?

    Management tricks that work for developers

    Developer 08 14:27

  • 3 starts giving away content

    Advertising-supported video from April

    Mobile 08 14:28

  • Smut spam drops to all-time low

    Pr0n pwned

    Security 08 14:52

  • South Korea to detail robot etiquette

    Seoul writes for automatons

    Law 08 14:58

  • Carphone Warehouse hangs up on Big Brother

    Omniscient entity seeks commercial backer

    Mobile 08 15:01

  • Volunteers sought to scrutinise UK e-voting trials

    Under the microscope

    Policy 08 15:06

  • Unhelpful Microsoft help denies helpless millions help

    What does this button do?

    Verity Stob 08 15:16

  • ICSTIS denies it's a watchdog without teeth

    Phone-ins to be licensed

    Broadband 08 16:19

  • Biscit goes titsup

    Crumbles into administration

    Broadband 08 16:48

  • Zicplay out to wow with Ewoo wireless iPod remote

    Hardware 08 17:44

  • Skype founder's high-flying hanky-panky

    Antics run into turbulence

    Bootnotes 08 18:56

  • LexisNexis hacker jailed and fined

    Celebrity snoop caged

    Security 08 19:19

  • OpenPGP presentation bug unscrambled

    Signature verification vuln

    Security 08 19:32

  • Israelis produce miniature Terminator

    Pint sized robo-assassin talks the talk, can't walk the walk

    Science 08 19:32

  • Electric cars may not be solution to all world problems

    Flame storm fails to alter reality

    Science 08 19:42

  • Blu-ray provides price cut agony to HD DVD device sales

    Hardware 08 20:24

  • Microsoft turns its guns to IPTV surveys and statistics

    Ominous leaks

    Broadband 08 22:29

  • SEC bars trading in 35 spam-touted companies

    Rampages through the Pink Sheets

    Security 08 23:42

  • Vonage ordered to pay $58m in Verizon patent flap

    Vonage 'delighted' damage wasn't more

    VoIP 08 23:49