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17th March 2008 Archive

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  • No Borg-like release train for Ruby on .NET

    What does "done" mean, anyway?

    Applications 17 06:02

  • Your business communications are a mess

    But is Unified Communications the answer?

    Networks 17 07:02

  • BT admits misleading customers over Phorm experiments

    We know what you pimped last summer

    Broadband 17 09:52

  • China blocks YouTube

    Tibet protests prompt ban

    Government 17 09:53

  • Desktop Eee PC spied on web

    Brand-less slimline box runs 'Eee PC Linux OS'

    Hardware 17 10:50

  • Futurists predict a world of IT fairy tales

    Easier to manage? And the three bears...

    Management 17 11:15

  • Spooks want to go fishing in Oyster database

    Pearl-diving in London's smartcard beds

    Law 17 11:40

  • HTC applies for multi-keypad sliderphone patent

    Thumbs at the ready

    Mobile 17 11:44

  • Scotland Yard criminologist: DNA-print troublemaker kids

    Give me the child, I'll lock-up the man

    Law 17 12:06

  • Notorious spammer pleads guilty to tax evasion and fraud

    Al Capone of junk mail heading for the big house

    Security 17 12:07

  • US Congress members push Gates's line on visas

    Bills urge more H-1Bs for foreign tech workers

    Government 17 12:26

  • Japanese ISPs agree three strikes-style anti-piracy regime

    Ippon Ippon Mate

    Broadband 17 12:27

  • Boozed Belarusian dodges birthday train squish

    90mph express fails to interrupt 40 winks

    Bootnotes 17 13:15

  • Exploding turnip threat menaces Indiana town

    UK's 'Baldrick' bomb-squad tool may be rushed in

    Bootnotes 17 13:31

  • Brain training game aids kids' learning skills, study claims

    DS Lite sales to soar

    Games 17 13:35

  • Japan turns its back on 2G

    3G takes over

    Mobile 17 14:36

  • EC tries to get on top of carousel fraud

    Wants more timely reports from missing traders

    The Channel 17 14:54

  • California Highway Patrol rounds up queens, workers

    Accident leaves beehives strewn across highway

    Science 17 15:02

  • Vista SP1 on track for mid-March release?

    Microsoft shows ever expanding middle

    Operating Systems 17 15:08

  • Microsoft Mobile presses Flash

    What no silver(light) lining?

    Mobile 17 15:16

  • UK's Reaper wardroid imports slashed in budget pinch

    Pricey domestic buy strangely unaffected

    Government 17 15:31

  • Defacement archive Zone-h mulls closure

    Vote marred by suspected botnet interference

    Security 17 15:34

  • Free voice and video firm plans April 1 UK launch

    Red letter day for ad-funded Voixio

    VoIP 17 16:02

  • LG KF600 dual-display sliderphone

    Two screens are better than one

    Phones 17 16:05

  • BMC spends $800m on server admin firm BladeLogic

    BLOG writes itself out of history

    Servers 17 16:20

  • Apple speeds AirPort Express with 802.11n

    Broadband 17 16:24

  • Supremes reject Microsoft's Novell request

    Ancient anti-trust claim gets go-ahead

    The Channel 17 16:28

  • Net think tank: Phorm is illegal

    FIPR shells embattled ad targeting firm

    Broadband 17 17:00

  • Juniper routers get firewall service in Junos upgrade

    J-series boxes take on security duty

    Data Networking 17 17:09

  • Eclipse rounds up runtime project

    One framework, so many platforms

    Applications 17 17:42

  • Iomega wooed by new EMC offer

    Unzips superior proposal

    The Channel 17 18:08

  • eBay dumps ValueClick

    ValueClick pays FTC $2.9m over misleading ads

    Small Biz 17 18:25

  • Your iPhone Wish-List

    Making the most of MultiTouch

    Networks 17 18:26

  • Scientologists fight back against Anonymous

    But fails to get injunction

    Security 17 18:50

  • Intel 'Nehalem' CPU 'borrows' AMD Phenom cache plan

    L3 promoted, L2 demoted

    Hardware 17 19:02

  • HP out and proud with 8-socket server beast

    Reenters the bigosphere

    Servers 17 19:34

  • Sun lends qualified support to Eclipse

    Sharp poke with NetBeans

    Applications 17 20:03

  • Uncovered: the lost humor of flowcharts

    Luke, feel the flow

    Software 17 20:37