28th February 2008 Archive

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  • Boffin stacks 16 PS3s to simulate black hole collisions

    Consoles for cosmology

    Games 28 00:02

  • Agile lands role in games and business software

    Stranger in a strange land

    Software 28 06:02

  • Ofcom scuppered 61 pirate broadcasters in 2007

    Plus one Rubber Duck and half a dozen dodgy radios

    Law 28 07:02

  • HMV blames rival for PS3 PlayTV pre-order puzzle

    Not our fault, guv

    Games 28 08:02

  • Filesharers petition Downing Street on 'three strikes'

    BPI, government and ISPA should be first to sign

    Law 28 08:02

  • VMware opens its products to security apps

    Come on in, the hypervisor's fine

    The Channel 28 09:05

  • Swisscom chills to the sound of whalesong

    Joss-sticks inspire a 'sense of closeness'

    Bootnotes 28 09:07

  • Google enters underwater cable business

    Readies $300m cable from US to Japan

    Data Networking 28 09:22

  • Software company seeks 'Senior BJ assistant'

    An IT job that really sucks

    Bootnotes 28 09:23

  • Terminator Salvation is go for May 2009 release

    New Mexico to host 'post-apocalyptic future'

    Bootnotes 28 09:28

  • NASA reveals Moon's rugged south pole

    Hi-res images capture mountainous terrain

    Science 28 10:37

  • Asus Eee PC gives Sony the willies

    If Elfin laptop pulls in punters, it'll pull down prices

    Hardware 28 10:47

  • Cool Rules for the FCC: In the Lions's Den

    Bennett goes to Boston

    Broadband 28 11:00

  • Security can come cheaply

    Get ahead of the curve

    Site News 28 11:02

  • US gov now says Eye-o-Sauron™ border masts are crap

    Plan to buy new, better Eye-o-Sauron™ 2.0

    Law 28 11:05

  • Apple optimistic it will sell 10 million iPhones by year's end

    Irish debut, announced today, will help

    Phones 28 11:27

  • Tablet users jump for joy over K-Sketch

    Animation app euphoria

    Applications 28 11:32

  • Phishers clean up at online casinos

    Poker faced fraud

    Security 28 11:38

  • Nintendo DS linked to LCD price-fixing scandal

    Sharp and Hitachi probed

    Games 28 11:41

  • Information wants to be free... except at UK Customs

    Joined up e-govt in action

    Policy 28 11:41

  • Canon Digital Ixus 70 compact camera

    Minimalist masterpiece

    Hardware 28 12:02

  • Confidential Home Office data turns up in laptop on eBay

    But encrypted this time

    Policy 28 12:24

  • Many Xbox 360s fail within three months

    SquareTrade stats uncover more faults

    Games 28 13:16

  • BT preps 2000 per cent evening call price hike

    Someone's got to pay for free weekend calls

    Broadband 28 14:08

  • MacBook Air not snazzy enough? Get it crystalised

    More bling for your buck

    Hardware 28 14:31

  • Elon Musk delays SpaceX launch until 2009

    'Off the shelf' rocket suffering technical hiccups

    Science 28 14:52

  • Malware removes rival rootkits

    Worm wars get stealthy

    The Channel 28 15:05

  • Nokia wins another round in Qualcomm battle

    Trade body stands by US import ruling

    Mobile 28 15:41

  • Wipe the floor with Space Invaders

    Set phasers to fun

    Hardware 28 15:49

  • Sony drives at Ion with own-brand USB turntable

    Rippin' and clubbin'

    Hardware 28 15:58

  • Court must reconsider Microsoft Excel patent damages

    Show me the reason, and we'll show you the money

    The Channel 28 17:16

  • Elonex £99 Eee PC rival to arrive in June

    Pay £10 to get to the front of the queue

    Hardware 28 17:54

  • Start-up boost planned for Windows Vista applications

    Cold start heats up

    Operating Systems 28 19:17

  • Steve Ballmer lies to my mother

    Hotmail and Messenger still dead

    Applications 28 19:51

  • Sun throws a quicker tape parade

    Mid-sized library, new cartridges, and an Infinite Archive

    Storage 28 22:08