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25th September 2007 Archive

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  • Venezuela to shift clocks half an hour

    Yankee imperialist time zone go home

    Bootnotes 25 00:29

  • Jack Thompson sets about Halo 3

    Anti-gaming gadfly back in action

    Law 25 00:40

  • NY probes Facebook over pedophile controls

    Questions social networker's commitment to protecting underage users

    Security 25 00:57

  • Unisys blamed for DHS data breaches

    FBI investigating contractor negligence

    Security 25 01:03

  • ICSTIS hits Opera for £250,000

    GMTV early-winners debacle comes to a head

    Networks 25 07:02

  • Young hearts roam free on UK cellco network

    But what happens when you turn 25?

    Broadband 25 07:02

  • Scotland reviews forensic data rules

    Examines laws on destruction of DNA and fingerprint records

    Law 25 09:01

  • OpSource signs MuleSource for SaaS integration

    More integration as a service

    Software 25 09:02

  • MySpace launches free mobile service

    Another string to social networking bow

    Mobile 25 09:11

  • C&W inks deal with online games firm

    €400,000 hosting contract

    Business 25 09:28

  • EchoStar to buy Slingbox maker for $380m

    Eyes Sling's clip sharing tech

    Financial News 25 09:33

  • NASA postpones Dawn

    Eat that, King Canute

    Science 25 09:34

  • Slingbox snapped up by satellite TV company

    Hardware 25 09:38

  • UK patent office ponders fast-tracking patents and trade marks

    Considers Gowers Review recommendations

    Law 25 09:43

  • China jails four over Panda worm

    Fujacks stole gamers' IDs

    Security 25 09:54

  • Privacy chief condemns weakening of EU data protection

    'Agreement should not dilute protection'

    Law 25 10:05

  • Microsoft eyes stake in Facebook

    Like watching your dad dance at the prom

    Financial News 25 10:28

  • Boffins offer explanation for meteorite sickness

    Space rock syndrome is ruled out

    Science 25 10:30

  • Apple reminds customers who's boss

    All your iPhone are belong to us

    Mobile 25 10:32

  • Conservatives cock-up over pound again

    Upstanding Blue blog promises hard line

    Bootnotes 25 11:10

  • Pipex announces plan to disembowel itself

    Intel WiMAX joint venture to be spun out

    Networks 25 12:09

  • Space makes germs more deadly

    Major Domestos rocket required

    Science 25 12:15

  • Sony poo-poos £299 PS3 claims

    Cheap model to ditch USB, PS2 compatibility, it's said

    Games 25 12:35

  • Nvidia GeForce 7150/nForce 630i integrated chipset

    Biostar's TF7150U-M7 mobo for Intel CPUs arrives

    Hardware 25 13:02

  • Symantec accidentally warns of internet meltdown

    Dr Strangelove, I presume

    Security 25 13:10

  • Fotango to smother Zimki on Christmas Eve

    Little donkey

    Software 25 13:22

  • Sun crams four sockets worth of Xeons into 2U box

    How's about 32 DIMMs?

    Servers 25 14:14

  • Freedom cuts Razr-like Bluetooth keyboard

    Hardware 25 15:01

  • Jabra shows 'world first' Bluteooth speaker-headphone combo

    Hardware 25 15:02

  • Downed blogger Murray vows to continue Usmanov attacks

    Ex-ambassador defiant in libel row

    Law 25 15:46

  • D-Link unveils desktop and mobile Wi-Fi cards

    Wireless for your desktop or laptop

    Broadband 25 15:55

  • Programming message services in Java

    Asynchronous interactions seem to be the way of the future

    Developer 25 17:40

  • When will VMware be bigger than EMC?

    Three months to apocalypse

    Virtualization 25 17:46

  • Amazon opens DRM-free music store

    Almost music-free, too

    Media 25 17:59

  • LAPD patrol cars to get sticky-GPS-tracker cannon?

    La la land syndrome reaches plod Q branch

    Science 25 18:04

  • TrafficMaster sells clients' location info to UK.gov

    Pay for your own spy in the cab

    Security 25 18:09

  • Guessing at compromised host numbers

    The fine art of pulling numbers from your nether regions

    Security 25 18:45

  • Google Maps rolls out the Mesopotamian nil-cubit

    Yeah, but what's that in cubic furlongs?

    Bootnotes 25 18:54

  • Don't get stuck with AJAX, Oracle warns

    JSF is so much better

    Developer 25 19:26

  • Ninja she-devils rob Pennsylvania gas station

    Crouching tigress, hidden blagger

    Bootnotes 25 20:12

  • Cisco teams with Haier for home network gear

    Hold hands and take the plunge

    Broadband 25 20:16

  • PHP victory over Ruby: was Gosling right?

    Project failure 2.0

    Developer 25 22:00

  • eBay forum mysteriously leaks account details on 1,200 users

    'Trust and safety' board in emergency shutdown

    Security 25 22:09

  • Halo 3 packaging in disk-scratch rumpus

    Limited edition scare shakes gamosphere

    Media 25 22:37

  • China spots 42 new glaciers

    Fresh ice on the Qinghai-Tibet plateau

    Science 25 22:56

  • China plans spaceport number 4

    Expanding space programmes need launch pads

    Science 25 23:26