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14th March 2008 Archive

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  • Three questions for the Jesus SDK

    What? No IM?

    Mobile 14 01:37

  • EMC upgrades Centera software

    Disks hold more objects and stuff...

    Storage 14 02:45

  • Time for genuine 'write-once, run-anywhere' Java

    Oracle and BEA: a new hope?

    Applications 14 06:02

  • Next Eclipse platform could slip IBM's grip

    Blood letting is good

    Applications 14 07:02

  • Bag tax recycled into eco-PR slush

    Your taxes at work

    Science 14 07:44

  • Eurosecurocrat plans EU-wide stop'n'scan plodnet

    Frattini: 'Compliance will come with time'

    Government 14 08:02

  • Times pledges allegiance to Web 2.0

    Virtual fridge magnet exercise in democracy

    Bootnotes 14 09:35

  • Ofcom maps out next spectrum auction

    Where the rest of the world puts its DAB

    Networks 14 09:47

  • Beauty is in the eye of the CGI-holder

    A portrait of high quality digital art

    Site News 14 10:02

  • Small biz groups give Darling Budget a wary sniff

    Chancellor takes 'credible first step'

    Small Biz 14 10:03

  • Yahoo! leaves! London!

    But talks to Microsoft!

    Financial News 14 10:03

  • Watchdog gets new powers for public sector data mining

    Fraud 'fishing expeditions'

    Government 14 10:19

  • N3 dominates NHS IT savings

    Broadband network contributes £192m of £208m cost cuts

    Government 14 10:49

  • Indian gov says no plan to squeeze out BlackBerrys

    'At this point'

    Mobile 14 10:57

  • Intel's first quad-core mobile aimed at gamers

    Core 2 Extreme QX9300 due Q3

    Hardware 14 11:02

  • Gates calls on Feds to plug tech investment gap

    With more H-1Bs if neccessary

    Government 14 11:04

  • Google Sky brings the heavens to a browser near you

    Unshackled from Google Earthly bounds

    Science 14 11:13

  • Syria orders cybercafe owners to ID customers

    'Iron censorship' extended

    Government 14 11:21

  • BOFH: On the brink

    Every time a bell rings an SCO disk gets its wings

    BOFH 14 11:58

  • Convicted cybercrook stands for election in the Ukraine

    At last a politician you can trust

    Security 14 12:22

  • Cassini survives 'in your face' Enceladus flypast

    Returns pics from close encounter

    Science 14 12:24

  • Acer unwraps 'hologram'-clad Blu-ray laptops

    Aspire rational

    Hardware 14 12:30

  • Richard Gere not obscene, rules Indian court

    Shilpa Shetty kiss outrage case shown the door

    Bootnotes 14 12:46

  • Microsoft denies Xbox 360 is Blu-ray bound

    We're not talking to Sony

    Games 14 12:53

  • UK gov unveils 'Innovation Nation' plans

    Innovationation™? Innov(ation)2™?

    Government 14 12:57

  • MPs get £2k home cinema on taxpayers

    All back to Prezza's

    Bootnotes 14 13:04

  • French Googleslayer gets the green light

    No longer Chirac's pet project

    Applications 14 13:06

  • O2 signs up with Napster

    iTunes is not our only option

    Mobile 14 13:14

  • MPs and Lords turn on government over data protection

    'Insufficient respect'

    Government 14 13:23

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX33

    Not a camera for control-freaks

    Hardware 14 13:26

  • BBC's download iPlayer goes titsup

    Kontiki FAIL

    Media 14 13:27

  • Al-Qaeda seeks geek fanatics for Jihoo!

    Ricin mashup 2.0 in a cyberjihad stylee

    Bootnotes 14 13:39

  • Gibson and Activision duel over Guitar Hero

    Wah-wah

    Games 14 13:47

  • Telehouse plans £80m London data centre expansion

    Bigging it up

    Servers 14 14:12

  • Google-Doubleclick clicks as Phorm loses form

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    Business 14 14:40

  • US Army funds $10m bat-droid

    Make it up you could not

    Government 14 15:16

  • Lonely Paris Hilton seeks new best friend

    Web trawl dredges up candidates for MTV reality show

    Bootnotes 14 15:20

  • Manhunt 2 gets green light for UK release

    Axes controllers at the ready

    Games 14 16:02

  • Security firms split over Phorm classification

    Pushing onto the borderline

    Security 14 16:04

  • Toshiba lost $1bn ditching HD DVD, paper claims

    Would have lost $500m on it otherwise

    Hardware 14 16:17

  • Japanese boffin designs glasses for the absent minded

    Find forgotten items

    Science 14 16:24

  • Astronauts in seven-hour ISS construction session

    Canadian robot grappled by spacegoing veterinarian

    Science 14 16:52

  • 'Freetard ? more like advert programmed PAYTARDS!'

    F***tard of the Week opens fire

    Letters 14 17:07

  • XP daddy: go incremental on design

    Safe steps for hectic times

    Software 14 17:11

  • Korea's P2P pirate goes legal, targets Europe

    Free bundled P2P: The shape of things to come?

    Media 14 17:37

  • Russian serfs paid $3 a day to break CAPTCHAs

    Semi-automated attack or chain-mail gang

    Security 14 17:54

  • LSDigital drops federal botnet confession

    Hacker admits to hosing Rubbermaid

    Security 14 19:29

  • Other languages key to Java's future

    Platform play nice with others

    Software 14 19:41

  • Microsoft can pound sand with its IP - my grandma runs Ubuntu

    Go on. Get your Coté

    Open Season 14 21:28

  • Zend stacks PHP for work and play

    SLAs for your fave Paris Hilton clip

    Applications 14 22:14

  • House of Reps passes FISA bill sans telecom immunity provision

    Take that, Bushie

    Law 14 23:43