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16th March 2007 Archive

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  • Old adware habits hard to break for AT&T and Travelocity

    Still defiling net

    Security 16 00:28

  • MySpace-hosted malware exploits QuickTime flaw

    French band wants to know its fans better

    Security 16 04:01

  • Blog: Housebuilding as a metaphor for software development

    Software is a thing called Comfort

    Developer 16 07:02

  • Sony unveils a 3D MySpace with games

    Socialise in your PS3

    Media 16 09:02

  • NZ council sues self and wins

    And loses

    Law 16 09:10

  • Carnivore ATM bites Florida kiddie

    Firefighters battle rogue cash machine for four hours

    Science 16 09:58

  • Why did your emplyees ejactulate into my grandmother's milkshake?

    McDonald's responds to customer query

    Small Biz 16 10:12

  • Domain tasting makes WIPO sick

    Speculative registration a threat to brand owners

    Law 16 10:15

  • Cricinfo bats against Sky in copyright dispute

    Simulation could be hit for six, expert says

    Law 16 10:26

  • Mio marches on with new GPS launches

    Four new personal navigation products announced

    Hardware 16 10:27

  • The top 25 UK web 2.0 start ups

    Watch out Silicon Valley - the Brits are coming!

    Small Biz 16 10:29

  • Tax credits portal to reopen in 2008

    Troubled system resurrected

    Government 16 10:31

  • Acer sends mini PC into the living room

    Hardware 16 10:50

  • HP Sauce goes Dutch

    Unsavoury end to UK production

    Bootnotes 16 10:56

  • Microsoft moves further into the Content Intelligence space

    BPIO is go

    Developer 16 11:07

  • Exam cheats get gadgety

    Turn over your mobiles now

    Mobile 16 11:08

  • Elton John menaces Tobago

    Could turn island gay, archdeacon claims

    Bootnotes 16 11:11

  • iLuv woos with DVD-playing add-on screen for iPod

    Hardware 16 11:11

  • Headphone wearing dinobots will raise our children

    FSC's research reveals society's ideal digital home

    Data Centre 16 11:48

  • BOFH: The new geek on the block

    Defending the sanctity of the computer room

    BOFH 16 11:55

  • Rock rolls out Meivo VoD HD TV

    Vista inside

    Hardware 16 12:01

  • Ubiquio 701 ultra-mobile PC

    The UMPC finally beats the laptop?

    Hardware 16 12:02

  • Ballmer says Google growth strategy 'insane'

    Tech world amazed by relative politeness

    Software 16 12:13

  • Readers win with Reg Hardware

    Phones 16 12:16

  • Wiki elevated to Oxford English Dictionary

    Read it and weep

    Bootnotes 16 12:17

  • Researchers take internet back to the drawing board

    Schtop, this internet is not ready...

    Security 16 12:24

  • The devil is in the data sharing

    To subscribe to The Register's weekly newsletter - seven days of IT in a single hit - click here

    Business 16 13:05

  • CeBIT clips vulture's wing

    As furry purple letters spell trouble

    Data Centre 16 13:50

  • SMEs still in dark over WEEE

    Red tape should be mainly suppliers' problem, though

    Small Biz 16 14:42

  • Skype does directory enquiries and dirty chat lines

    Value-added VoIP

    VoIP 16 14:48

  • Phoenix makes tentative offer for ICM

    Conditions apply

    The Channel 16 14:50

  • HP models security and trust

    Pitching at security soup to nuts

    Developer 16 14:53

  • Will Net Neutrality kill Web 2.0?

    Rerouting round the net

    Broadband 16 14:59

  • CeBIT 2007: The package

    These are a few of my favourite things

    Data Centre 16 15:09

  • Liberty, equality and Big Brotherhood

    Anyone for Wang seasoning?

    Letters 16 15:12

  • RSA unwraps small business authentication appliance

    Network bouncer

    Small Biz 16 15:20

  • Horizon digests year of feasting

    Burp

    The Channel 16 15:56

  • Beeb shuts down Jam education website

    Internet no place for free stuff, says EC

    Media 16 16:00

  • Plastic surgeon sucks out belly dancer's buttock

    £12,000 damages for half-arsed liposuction

    Bootnotes 16 16:05

  • Google phone - it's for real

    Think referrals

    Networks 16 16:16

  • BT announces escape route for Biscit customers

    MACs available on special helpline next week

    Broadband 16 16:28

  • Martian pole capped by planet swamping ice sheet

    There's ice in them thar hills

    Science 16 16:43

  • Cingular escapees win $160 each

    California claws back $18.5m for unfair termination payments

    Broadband 16 21:22

  • Prosecutors swoop on Cisco reseller fraud (again)

    SMARTNet dragnet widens

    The Channel 16 21:51

  • Apple to unbackdate (some) stock options

    Tax pity on the peons

    Financial News 16 23:39