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17th December 2007 Archive

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  • The year's biggest big thing? You be the judge!

    Festive hustings

    Software 17 00:02

  • Security fears stymy online sales

    Nothing to fear but fear itself

    Security 17 08:02

  • London PR outfit in sex-on-desk email shocker

    Security penetrated, knickers downed

    Bootnotes 17 09:42

  • Technical problems mar Barclays' PINSentry roll-out

    The tricky business of thwarting online fraud

    Small Biz 17 10:02

  • Sun spikes Java IDEs

    NetBeans or bust

    Developer 17 10:08

  • Cambs cops podcast 999 timewasters

    'I can't find Homebase and I'm very distressed'

    Bootnotes 17 10:42

  • Intel pushes back X48 release?

    Mobo makers want to sell a few more X38-based boards first

    Hardware 17 10:44

  • Talking to themselves - how uk.gov 'consults' on IT exports

    Transformational hamster wheels...

    Government 17 11:01

  • Orange France says 'testicules' to unlocked-iPhone-not-unlocked claim

    Of course you can use an unlocked iPhone anywhere, carrier states

    Phones 17 11:08

  • Dutch gov blows open standards raspberry at Microsoft

    Sweeps software monopoly off the board

    Policy 17 11:19

  • Turkish s'kiddies deface security forum

    F-Secure scalped

    Security 17 11:25

  • Old Sony console outsold PS3 in US last month

    While demand for DS Lite, Wii soars

    Games 17 11:42

  • US woman launches 'Taserware' parties

    We've protected our food, now let's protect our lives

    Bootnotes 17 11:45

  • Hauppauge XFones PC-2400 wireless headphones

    Dolby technology built in bundled

    Hardware 17 12:02

  • Cisco to get API-happy

    Putting the family jewels on display

    Data Networking 17 12:08

  • Gollum to play Haddock in Tintin

    Andy Serkis reteams with Peter Jackson

    Bootnotes 17 12:21

  • Intel plays down Viiv entertainment PC brand

    Now that all PCs are media PCs

    Hardware 17 12:47

  • Space brains resign over efforts to attract ET attention

    Yoo-hoo! Primitive race here, ripe for conquest/harvest!

    Science 17 12:56

  • HMRC manual on data protection was protected data

    Juniors kept in dark, then hung out to dry? Yes Minister

    Policy 17 12:59

  • NASA's Deep Impact mislays comet

    Boethin goes awol

    Science 17 13:07

  • O2 to join IPTV fray next year

    'I want a piece of that non-action!'

    Broadband 17 13:10

  • Credit crunch cranks up pain for SMBs

    CBI, Bank of Scotland play the grinch

    Small Biz 17 13:32

  • Parliament's security staff lose parliament security data

    Laptop goes MIA from Westminster

    Government 17 13:40

  • UK censor to appeal against Manhunt 2 verdict

    Wants High Court to enforce original ban

    Games 17 14:05

  • Amazon SimpleDB: a database server for the internet

    Disorganized for a chaotic world

    Software 17 14:21

  • Toshiba unwraps 'world's first' HD DVD-RW laptop

    Hardware 17 15:05

  • IT chiefs demand centralised e-crime unit

    Cybercrime reporting confusion

    Management 17 15:17

  • Microsoft to eBay name for $1m

    That's Microsoft Lda, we hasten to add

    Financial News 17 15:19

  • Nvidia 'nveils nForce 7 chipsets

    Tri-SLI time

    Hardware 17 15:37

  • Norwich Union Life fined £1.26m for security holes

    Bullet proof policies - if you're a director

    Management 17 15:56

  • Sysadmin admits trying to axe California power grid

    Homer Simpson-style rage attack

    Security 17 15:58

  • Facebook sues Canadian smut firm over hacking

    Nice N' Sleazy

    Security 17 18:03

  • Sonnet readies ExpressCard 21-in-1 card reader, writer

    Hardware 17 19:05

  • Darling plays wait and see on HMRC disc loss

    No intelligence pointing to fraud - no intelligence at all

    Policy 17 19:09

  • UK driver details lost somewhere in America

    Transport secretary says data drive unparked

    Policy 17 19:48

  • Surprise: Ohio's e-voting machines riddled with critical security flaws

    Vendors make plea for reality

    Policy 17 19:55

  • Firewire to gain 3.2Gb/s bandwidth boost

    If it weren't for those pesky kids and their USB 3...

    Hardware 17 20:09

  • MIA in Iowa - personal data on 3m UK driving test candidates

    Prestige contract goes Pearson shaped

    Government 17 22:21

  • Rumors swirl in WiMAX world

    Sprint-Clearwire detente?

    Broadband 17 22:33

  • New Trojan preys on commercial banking customers

    Feeding on fat cats

    Security 17 23:00