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2nd November 2007 Archive

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  • MyTravel's website woes

    'Code release' cockup downs booking system

    Broadband 02 00:01

  • Apple gives MacBooks some Santa Rosa loving

    Refreshments for Pros, too

    Hardware 02 00:34

  • MySpace backs Google's anti-Facebook play

    And Bebo too

    Applications 02 01:21

  • TheTrainline.com fixes web security derailment

    Points failure

    Security 02 08:02

  • VMware douses open source with waterfall of nonsense

    Peace, love and lack of innovation

    Virtualization 02 08:02

  • Law Lords back protection for credit card purchases abroad

    Status quo preserved, peace reigns

    The Channel 02 08:02

  • Shills protest Paris Convention on IP

    Why does commerce get second class trademark treatment?

    Law 02 09:51

  • Oz Army eyes electric vibro vest to replace batteries

    To 'harvest' power Matrix style from wobbling body parts

    Science 02 10:08

  • Seagate's US customers get refund

    When is a Gig not a Gig?

    Storage 02 10:11

  • MiFID: Financial borders fall but small firms must beware

    Minnows won't benefit much

    Small Biz 02 10:15

  • Manhunt 2 hacked open to reveal 'removed' gore

    Hot Coffee-like controversy brewing?

    Games 02 10:44

  • Insight profit down nearly half in Q3

    Blames pesky staff wages for $$$ dent

    The Channel 02 10:47

  • Big Blue gets into greenwash

    Data centres to get green certificates

    Servers 02 10:48

  • Canadian firm sues 22 firms over Wi-Fi patents

    J'accuse... everyone

    Data Networking 02 11:12

  • Asus' Eee PC laptop so small, buyers sent boxes of five

    Shipping blunder

    Phones 02 11:13

  • Minor Firefox update addresses stability glitches

    Nothing to see here, please move along

    Applications 02 11:13

  • Satanic car key traps 12 motorists in car park of horror

    Weeping drivers rescued by exorcist Ofcom

    Bootnotes 02 11:31

  • Website battles to free Oz barmaid's jubs

    Net exposure for Luana De Favari

    Bootnotes 02 11:55

  • BOFH: Budget cuts

    But how will we buy beer?

    BOFH 02 12:02

  • Friends Reunited considers dropping pay walls

    Stalking is a right, not a privilege

    Applications 02 12:03

  • Better plate than never: sign up now for the gold iPhone

    Diamond-encrusted version coming too

    Hardware 02 12:05

  • Demon satnav imprisons plucky trucky in pasty hell

    Yokels fed trapped driver of 'wedged' truck local diet

    Bootnotes 02 12:14

  • Microsoft fires cannon at counterfeiters

    Walk the plank, arr

    The Channel 02 12:46

  • Hackers field malware from fake US election sites

    The Trojan Candidate

    Security 02 12:53

  • Cops expose cross-dressing Catholic school principal

    Misdemeanor prostitution citation for leather-clad Kentucky educator

    Bootnotes 02 12:59

  • Oz motorist reacts rather testily to small todger slur

    Road rage attack provoked by 'little pinkie' gesture

    Bootnotes 02 13:02

  • Sony PS3 narrows gap with Nintendo Wii

    Xbox 360 in the ascendant as others fall

    Games 02 13:03

  • Immigration minister fined for car mobe chat outrage

    HELLO! I'M IN THE CAR!

    Mobile 02 13:06

  • Parallel ATA version confusion

    Q&A

    Hardware 02 13:18

  • Mac users get a new OS, and a Trojan for good measure

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    Business 02 13:46

  • Navman S30 satnav

    Cheerful as well as cheap

    Science 02 13:55

  • Teflon top cop evades justice, responsibility

    Menezes Met trial unsatisfactory on all counts

    Law 02 14:31

  • VC legend Perkins regrets HP debacle and taunting the poor

    Lamentation bonus pack ships with new book

    Financial News 02 15:31

  • CA reaps benefits of reaping employees

    Triple bubble

    Financial News 02 15:39

  • Yahoo! says! sorry! to! Senate!

    For being economical with the actualite

    Law 02 15:42

  • Scepticism over cyber-jihad rumours

    al-Qaeda (still) can't hack

    Security 02 15:56

  • Sony said to have sub-$100 PS2 in the pipeline

    Cheaper, smaller

    Games 02 16:14

  • African human-powered lighting plan announced

    People. Is there anything they can't do?

    Science 02 16:35

  • Confused BBC tech chief: Only 600 Linux users visit our website

    'Umm... or it could be 97,600'

    Software 02 16:43

  • Beer better than water: Official

    Hell no, H2O

    Science 02 16:51

  • Reality distortion for Java on Leopard?

    Not cool, Steve

    Software 02 17:10

  • X-Factor singer withdraws over 'happy slapping' vid

    Hit me baby one more time

    Media 02 17:11

  • Is MySQL's Google's Trojan Horse for world domination?

    Er, probably not. At least that's what IBM, HP and Sun hope

    Servers 02 18:28

  • Security site knocks spots off Mac OS X Leopard firewall

    Even when you turn it on it's no good

    Hardware 02 19:24

  • SaveTheInterneters to save the internet from Comcast

    'No more BitTorrent busting'

    Broadband 02 19:28

  • Task force aims to improve US cybersecurity

    'This is not a tech focus; it is a Washington focus'

    Security 02 21:23

  • Java and .NET to drive double-digit wage growth

    Talk turkey

    Developer 02 21:30

  • Masked thieves storm into Chicago colocation (again!)

    Think your data's secure. What about your data center?

    Security 02 21:38

  • ICANN annoints Vint Cerf's successor

    ICANN icon moves on to intergalactic internet

    Broadband 02 22:46

  • Sun's 'Project Copy Linux' hits milestone

    Download time

    Developer 02 23:49