12th December 2007 Archive

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  • When Commodore ruled the world

    And programmers talked to rabbits

    Hardware 12 Dec 00:38

  • Hey, HP laptop owners: click here to get hijacked

    Pwnage made simple

    Security 12 Dec 09:43

  • Three critical fixes star in Patch Tuesday update

    Among the unmagnificent seven

    Software 12 Dec 09:45

  • Kylie wraps herself round Dalek

    'Much bigger than I’d expected,' admits Oz popstress

    Bootnotes 12 Dec 09:56

  • Western Digital's 'crippleware': Some lessons from history

    The panic that wasn't

    Storage 12 Dec 10:20

  • Honda shows off space-dwarf robot butler capability

    Also plans droids to 'work on street corners'

    Science 12 Dec 10:25

  • McKinnon extradition drama turned into radio play


    Law 12 Dec 10:31

  • Recording industry puts stake in ground with Jammie Thomas case

    Copyrights and wrongs

    Media 12 Dec 10:43

  • Boeing confirms revised Dreamliner schedule

    First delivery late 2008

    Science 12 Dec 11:13

  • DHS accepts buggy Eye-o-Sauron™ border scan towers

    Chertoff to Boeing: 'You don't own this border'

    Government 12 Dec 11:13

  • w00t voted 'Word of the Year'

    In the US, we hasten to add

    Bootnotes 12 Dec 11:15

  • PS3 sales to surpass Wii's... in four years' time

    An analyst writes...

    Games 12 Dec 11:32

  • Nokia 6500 Slide mobile phone

    Nothing slippery about this one...

    Phones 12 Dec 12:05

  • Toshiba delays OLED TV development

    But not for mobile phones

    Hardware 12 Dec 12:14

  • China pretty chuffed with lunar probe

    'Another landmark achievement' declares prez

    Science 12 Dec 12:21

  • Microsoft squeezes out early release of 2007 Office SP1

    Don't mention the word open, ok

    The Channel 12 Dec 12:23

  • NASA aims for 2 Jan Atlantis launch

    Further tests on pesky fuel tank sensors

    Science 12 Dec 12:36

  • City to Intel: Kick the rest of the tech industry into line

    What's the point of a (near) monopoly otherwise

    Data Networking 12 Dec 12:40

  • Ofcom will probe UK mobile market - again

    The market's changing, so the regs will too

    Networks 12 Dec 12:45

  • SWsoft to abandon itself and become Parallels

    One name, lots of products

    Virtualization 12 Dec 12:48

  • Lily Allen to judge Orange women's fiction award

    Royal Society of Literature unimpressed

    Bootnotes 12 Dec 12:56

  • Shell in Hawaiian algae biofuel pilot

    Sees big future in green scum

    Science 12 Dec 12:56

  • US gov silent robot white (?) helicopter prangs itself

    Groundbreaking technology

    Science 12 Dec 13:56

  • PC World parent awaits FTSE 100 relegation

    Vista to blame? 'Absolutely not'

    The Channel 12 Dec 13:57

  • Tiscali sets 200,000 TV subscriber target

    Thinking big, starting small

    Broadband 12 Dec 14:07

  • Six in ten UK punters fear what gov will do with private data

    The other four believe the moon is made of tasty cheese

    Government 12 Dec 14:19

  • Paris Hilton cavorts naked in middle of desert

    Nothing but gold paint to protect her famous modesty

    Bootnotes 12 Dec 14:25

  • UK.gov data review calls for... data

    We'll hide all the blank disks, promise

    Government 12 Dec 14:35

  • Cybercrooks lurk in shadows of big-name websites

    Phishermen redirect via Google Maps, AOL et al

    Security 12 Dec 14:51

  • Orange unsure of own upcoming smartphone

    Too much Egg Nog?

    Phones 12 Dec 15:26

  • Designer pitches PSP phone

    If Sony won't, someone else will

    Phones 12 Dec 15:34

  • Rubbish UK management crushing creativity

    UK tops negative management league

    CIO 12 Dec 15:45

  • HD TVs

    Read about watching

    Hardware 12 Dec 15:51

  • Orb opens up iPhone

    Placeshifting comes home

    Mobile 12 Dec 15:57

  • Tosh promises March '08 launch for super batteries

    Five minutes' charging yields 90 per cent capacity

    Hardware 12 Dec 16:19

  • Microsoft folds-in Multimap for '$50m'

    Redmond fights Google, one grid at a time

    Applications 12 Dec 16:22

  • Social networking and pron - together at last

    Penthouse buys AdultFriendFinder

    Bootnotes 12 Dec 16:28

  • HSBC pins hopes on Borat and IPO-pimping ATMs

    For make benefit sub-prime crisis

    CIO 12 Dec 17:10

  • AMD braces for financial mayhem from ATI acquisition

    In search of life raft

    The Channel 12 Dec 19:29

  • Latest NetBeans thinks big for scripting

    Migrate and be damned

    Applications 12 Dec 21:11