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31st July 2007 Archive

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  • eBay 'Buy It Now' button survives latest attack

    But the troll is still lurking

    Law 31 00:12

  • F5 gets symmetrical, symmetrical gets F5

    See what we did there?

    Data Networking 31 00:13

  • Half of European calls to be mobile by 2008

    Already knocking 75% in Finland

    Mobile 31 07:02

  • BSkyB buys Amstrad

    Sugar turns to Murdoch

    Financial News 31 08:08

  • Nurses express doubts about patient e-records

    Lack of PCs and training still put system at risk

    Policy 31 08:47

  • Boffins unmask hidden galactic cores

    Swift helps ID new class of AGNs

    Science 31 08:51

  • Local councils give thumbs up to e-gov

    Promise more cash

    Policy 31 09:15

  • SMEs embrace wireless broadband

    Mobile pretty popular too

    Small Biz 31 09:17

  • The hunt for water on Mars goes nanoscale

    Small packages on Phoenix

    Science 31 10:17

  • McKinnon earns Lords appeal

    Pentagon hacker in legal victory

    Law 31 10:30

  • Tossfest 2007: are you a hardened open sourcer?

    Bangkok's seminal open source event

    Software 31 10:31

  • Scientists uncover lefty gene

    Also linked to psychotic illness

    Science 31 10:35

  • Xansa falls to Steria for £472m

    Shareholders say ooh la la

    The Channel 31 10:46

  • ICSTIS wants your views on anonymous SMS

    Regulating text flirting

    Networks 31 11:11

  • eMusic goes mobile

    At a price

    Media 31 11:14

  • Firefox update fixes bug brace

    Booby trap link bug defused

    Security 31 11:17

  • UK gov offers car CO2 rankings by class

    Prius gets ass whupped by supergreen Polo

    Science 31 11:31

  • OECD: broadband is unequal

    Report shows big cost and speed differences

    Broadband 31 11:43

  • Apple takes flak as AT&T drops iPhone bomb

    Sign-up numbers disappoint

    Mobile 31 11:43

  • UK gov should move into PC reseller biz, says report

    Flogging old kit could bring in £70m per year

    The Channel 31 12:11

  • The cold, cold heart of Web 2.0

    On the people-powered net, you're just another number

    Software 31 13:13

  • O2 UK reduces churn, while Europe grows more slowly

    Telefonica does well with acquisition

    Broadband 31 13:52

  • The BBC iPlayer 'launch' that wasn't

    Works on Vista though

    Media 31 14:12

  • Panasonic zooms in on HD camcorder market

    High definition and highly portable

    Hardware 31 14:25

  • Worm eats music on infected PCs

    This MP3 collection will self-destruct after reboot

    Security 31 14:26

  • Intelligent Finance upgrade downs web service

    IF only... we hadn't been 'taken by surprise'

    Servers 31 14:40

  • 3D handset hits streets of Japan

    Time to bin those specs you got with Jaws 3

    Phones 31 14:45

  • Reg health roundup: good and bad news today

    Laser printers as bad as cigarettes and not as tasty

    Data Centre 31 15:06

  • Samsung expands snapper series, again

    Shutter, not trigger, happy

    Hardware 31 15:07

  • O2 updates Orbit to WM6

    Oh! No it doesn't

    Mobile 31 15:23

  • Microsoft comes top of the tech pack

    MVP

    Software 31 15:38

  • Facebook security glitch exposes user in-boxes

    Cache glitch chaos forces users to work

    Security 31 15:55

  • Sony faces case for 'Cell' patent infringement

    Tough times ahead?

    Games 31 16:30

  • Eminem sues Apple - again

    Most litigacious candy-coated chocolate ever?

    Law 31 18:47

  • Linkedin spurns bug bounty hunter

    Will debug for food - but who will bite?

    Security 31 19:15

  • Adobe embroiled in War of the Fed-Ex Kinko Button

    Printers of America slam PDF madness

    The Channel 31 19:46

  • Techies sue Universal Media Group for overtime pay

    You load sixteen servers, what do you get? Another day older and deeper in debt

    Law 31 21:51

  • eBay rethinks firearms policy

    Virginia Tech gunman bought ammo clips online

    Applications 31 22:22

  • EnterpriseDB snags information strategist

    More than a database

    Applications 31 22:26