13th August 2007 Archive

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  • Moto Razr² debuts in US... almost

    Carriers taking delivery

    Phones 13 00:08

  • Fujitsu Siemens to drop PDA, GPS gadgets

    Laptop focus

    Phones 13 01:31

  • Intel cans last Pentium 4s, Ds

    Farewell, pre-Core past

    Hardware 13 06:34

  • Nvidia MCP73 'to debut 25 September'

    Entry-level parts to pave way for DirectX 10 version?

    Hardware 13 06:37

  • First two AMD 'Barcelonas' due 10 September?

    A third coming the following month, apparently

    Hardware 13 06:51

  • Total world Wii sales close in on Xbox 360 tally

    Next-gen console winner

    Games 13 08:02

  • Vodafone turns to eBay for handset supplies

    Largest phone network reduced to searching largest flea market

    Mobile 13 08:57

  • Fujitsu creates readable, writeable 'nanohole' hard drive

    Step toward 1TB per square inch data density

    Hardware 13 09:02

  • IT bosses: directors don't take security seriously

    Their fault for not talking the board's language?

    Security 13 09:05

  • Council employs automatic PC shutdown

    Will save £50,000 a year

    Policy 13 09:22

  • Silent bandwidth battles at BT

    You will not unplug that ISDN

    Data Networking 13 09:45

  • Halo 3 hits one million pre-orders

    Smashes all records

    Games 13 09:46

  • Net bride Aussie kidnapped in Mali

    Lovestruck farmer's fiancée actually armed gang

    Security 13 09:53

  • Future looks bright for video ads

    Runt of the advertising litter to grow up fast

    Management 13 10:08

  • Virgin Media to mount French invasion

    Channel hopping

    Financial News 13 10:10

  • Peterborough bloke warned over 'offensive' t-shirt

    'Don't piss me off', declares pissed-off perp

    Bootnotes 13 10:11

  • Next generation business intelligence

    From power user to user power

    Developer 13 10:21

  • Spammers debut FDF spam

    Rising tide as stock markets fall

    Security 13 10:39

  • iPhone thumb trim hoax gets online media buy-in

    Satirical commentary taken as fact

    Mobile 13 10:40

  • Cops taser crap-smeared Oz clubber

    Nasty shock for dirty protestor

    Bootnotes 13 10:40

  • Boots, House of Fraser not renewing IT director posts

    Short-sighted or smart move?

    Management 13 10:58

  • NASA examining Shuttle's dings, extending mission

    All go up on the space station

    Science 13 11:14

  • Blue Note label to offer downloads'n'social on web

    Wrinkle-funk bonanza foretold

    Media 13 11:19

  • ISPs hijack BBC in tiered services push

    How much would you pay your ISP for iPlayer?

    Broadband 13 11:36

  • Build up to UK Xbox 360 Elite launch...

    Games 13 11:41

  • Game shares bounce as competition probe launches

    Regulator says deal unfairly squeezes market

    The Channel 13 11:47

  • Drunken German joyrider totals 300 chickens

    Poultry pandemonium

    Bootnotes 13 11:49

  • Veoh files pre-emptive copyright lawsuit

    Don't hit us, we're Web 2.0

    Media 13 11:51

  • US punters gobbling up mobile data

    And it's not all SMS

    Mobile 13 12:01

  • US Customs gets kill-droids for Caribbean

    Booze cruise bloodbath likely as excise feds tool up

    Government 13 12:04

  • Tories aim to ditch data protection laws

    And scrap Ofcom

    Law 13 12:55

  • Hacktivists attack UN.org

    All we are saying is give hacking a chance

    Security 13 12:59

  • PlayStation 3 a-plenty...

    Games 13 13:28

  • Trevor Baylis cranks multimedia up a notch

    No we're not winding you up

    Hardware 13 13:32

  • Brando sniffs out USB new agers

    Smells pretty sweet

    Hardware 13 13:45

  • All you wanted to know about Wii

    Games 13 13:53

  • Smart radios still too dumb

    TV white space defies boffins

    Broadband 13 14:07

  • Boffins simulate plasma-eating dusty 'life-forms'

    Dust to dust, etc

    Science 13 14:28

  • Chav-hunting toffs cop some flack

    Public school chaps in YouTube vid wheeze

    Bootnotes 13 14:47

  • VAT fraudsters 'laughing all the way to their offshore tax haven'

    Explosion in carousel fraud

    The Channel 13 15:00

  • Samsung powers ahead with fuel cell tech

    Will it set the world on fire?

    Hardware 13 15:05

  • Welch on renewables deal, UK government told

    Where did I put that get-out clause?

    Science 13 15:07

  • Germany enacts 'anti-hacker' law

    Will the last security expert to leave Germany turn off the lights

    Security 13 15:15

  • Sprint helps fuel parental panic

    Search local sex offenders from the palm of your hand

    Mobile 13 15:33

  • BT rubbishes BBC bandwidth throttling reports

    'We're not part of the iPlayer gang'

    Broadband 13 15:35

  • Blu-ray meets tiny PC

    HD from another weeny box

    Hardware 13 15:53

  • Gull triphibiandroid sold to Welsh gov

    Part plane, part boat - all robot

    Science 13 16:09

  • Telstra sex romp woman back on the job

    Wins bath rumpy-pumpy unfair dismissal case

    Law 13 16:31

  • NASA inks deal for Shuttle replacements

    Timing nothing to do with Endeavour dent

    Science 13 16:33

  • Facebook quells fears over code leak snafu

    More of interest to lawyers than hackers

    Security 13 17:50

  • Citrix set to snatch XenSource

    Hypervisor grab

    Servers 13 17:59

  • Intel guns one four-core Xeon, cools another

    AMD talks to OEMs

    Hardware 13 18:16

  • Firefox leak could divulge sensitive info

    How to remotely share your settings with people you've never met

    Security 13 18:35

  • SCO 'disappointed' as shares plunge 70 per cent

    Sue it forward

    Servers 13 19:31

  • Microsoft sent FCC defective wireless prototype

    Wants a do-over

    Mobile 13 22:50

  • Blu-ray 300 outsells HD DVD version 2:1

    Clash of empires

    Hardware 13 23:13

  • SteelEye gets pat on the back for virtual clustering

    When VMware alone won't do

    Servers 13 23:20

  • AMD posts Catalyst 7.8

    Driver pack tweaked

    Hardware 13 23:41