29th October 2007 Archive

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  • Apple's Leopard rejects latest version of Java

    Forum overlords delete developer gripes

    Hardware 29 01:59

  • One day my mobile apps prince will come

    Soon, soon, soon

    Mobile 29 07:02

  • Boffins dredge up oldest living animal

    405 years, unmolested by science

    Science 29 10:33

  • Vint Cerf set to part ways with ICANN

    Vaya con dios, internet

    Broadband 29 10:54

  • NBC, Fox target YouTube with Hulu dance

    Big media bites back

    Media 29 11:01

  • Online scammers exploit California wildfire disaster

    No smoke without liars

    Security 29 11:09

  • Samsung confirms Blu-ray Disc player range reduced

    Company dumps BD-P2400 model

    Hardware 29 11:09

  • Shocked Shatner shunted from Star Trek XI

    No Kirk cameo for septuagenarian thesp

    Bootnotes 29 11:11

  • Join us for The Register's eSymposium on virtualization

    Online debates, heavyweight speakers, Ashlee Vance and so much more

    Virtualization 29 11:32

  • Sage gets upclose to personnel with KCS buy

    Spends £20m to increase SME market share

    Small Biz 29 11:40

  • Snooping on users Facebook 'staff perk' - claim

    See who's interested in whom, says Valleywag

    Security 29 11:45

  • Gatwick reduced to anarchy by 'computer glitch'

    Airport clocks failed to go back on schedule

    Management 29 11:48

  • Astronauts complete spacewalk two

    Discover dodgy metal shavings, too

    Science 29 11:52

  • Sharp shows 'world's first' 1080p 22in LCD TV

    Hardware 29 11:58

  • MPs call for climate change minister

    Central figure needed to coordinate policy

    Science 29 12:05

  • Tool opens iPhone, iPod Touch via web

    Look, ma, no PC/Mac

    Phones 29 12:18

  • Honda offers FCX for '08, bitchslaps Google

    Fukui on plug-in: 'Technically speaking it’s nonsense'

    Science 29 12:27

  • Intel 'Penryn' Core 2 Extreme QX9650

    The world's first 45nm gaming CPU

    Hardware 29 12:28

  • AMD confirms 19 November RV670 launch - analyst

    Spider too?

    Hardware 29 12:42

  • Consumer revenge site returns after DDoS attack

    Follow the money

    Security 29 12:43

  • UK small biz pleads with gov for more support

    SME SOS

    Small Biz 29 12:46

  • US Army xBot programme halted by IP fracas

    'He stole our robot'

    Science 29 12:54

  • Acer boss predicts blow-out Q4 numbers

    Despite hefty pay-out for Gateway

    The Channel 29 13:14

  • Europe grows more (and more) GM crops

    As study shows organic health benefits

    Science 29 13:17

  • T-Mobile slides Shadow IM phone out of the shadows

    'Official' phone of fun, apparently

    Phones 29 13:28

  • Nvidia introduces 'G92'

    Mainstream gaming targeted

    Hardware 29 14:03

  • Icahn blasts BEA board as Oracle walks away

    'This will hurt you more than it hurts me'

    Financial News 29 14:22

  • Aliens responsible for Italian machine uprising

    Canneto di Caronia report fingers Lizard Alliance

    Science 29 14:56

  • Carmack's X-Prize rocket explodes on pad

    Aspirations doomed for another year

    Science 29 15:01

  • DHS holds terror talks with UK Minister, then detains him

    Interested in terror, check, politics, check, step over here sir...

    Government 29 15:25

  • 3's Skype phone is go

    Hello? I'm calling via the interweb! Nah, it's rubbish

    Broadband 29 15:37

  • TV-Links man: 'I'm no master criminal'

    Website was 'just a hobby'

    Broadband 29 15:44

  • Nvidia challenges Intel as PC GPU shipments boom

    Record breaking Q3, says analyst

    Hardware 29 15:54

  • Barracuda skydroid to make comeback?

    Piscine killbot may not be sunk after all

    Science 29 16:01

  • Oz 'Family First' candidate sacked for todger-flash email

    Humiliation for 'Australia's smallest loser'

    Bootnotes 29 16:11

  • BBC readies global web and TV expansion

    US iPlayer in the works

    Media 29 16:14

  • Italian court rules against HP on pre-installed Windows

    Orders computer giant to cough up refund

    The Channel 29 16:34

  • Asus prices up Eee PC sub-sub-notebook for US

    Cheap as chips

    Hardware 29 16:37

  • NATO ministers get to grips with cyber defence

    'Hmm, I wonder what's for lunch...?'

    Security 29 16:46

  • Brazil keeps Cisco execs in big house

    Blame it on a reseller

    The Channel 29 16:55

  • UK mobile security still useless

    Clueless workers roam free

    Security 29 17:05

  • Designing software for testability

    You know it makes sense

    Developer 29 17:19

  • VoIP is Dead. It's just another feature, now

    How Hutch called Skype's bluff

    Broadband 29 17:23

  • Verizon bags slow-tracked wireless battle

    Google chuffed

    Broadband 29 17:50

  • Hyperic charges after disgruntled Ubuntu upgraders

    When will Bill Gates fix my Vista box?

    Servers 29 17:56

  • Putin tightens his grip on Russia's internet

    Will political forces split the internet root?

    Broadband 29 18:24

  • The secret to Web 2.0 success

    Fat fees

    Developer 29 19:13

  • Is desktop virtualization important?

    What do you think?

    Virtualization 29 19:52

  • Sun sues NetApp, California style

    Six patents topped with a slice of avocado

    Storage 29 19:58

  • NetApp vends $3k iSCSI storage array

    Ditches Fibre for price point

    The Channel 29 20:35

  • Print beats net for fraud

    Scammers still prefer old-world means, FTC study shows

    Security 29 20:39

  • Charmed by own tune, Egenera sells PAN to rivals

    More virtualization, less cloven hooves

    Virtualization 29 21:57

  • Seagate to close Northern Ireland plant

    927 employees laid off

    The Channel 29 22:40

  • World's most gullible supermarket chain falls victim to online scam

    Trying to get back $10m wired to bogus accounts

    Security 29 22:45