14th April 2008 Archive

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  • Pro-smoking website redirected to 'baccy free zone

    DNS attack provokes cacophony of hacking coughs

    Security 14 06:02

  • Dilemma meets opportunity: iPhone beta SDKs in review

    Will you tread the Cupertino path?

    Mobile 14 06:02

  • BT's 'illegal' 2007 Phorm trial profiled tens of thousands

    Hush-hush advertising experiment redefines 'small scale'

    Broadband 14 08:02

  • Sage update fails to convince the markets

    Punished by rumour

    The Channel 14 08:50

  • The missing five-minute Linux manual for morons

    Resista the Vista

    Software 14 09:02

  • Dubai impounds cable slicing ships

    Satellite images used to ID Gulf cable miscreants

    Broadband 14 10:02

  • BBC technology chief bounces on to Project Kangaroo

    ISPs: 'Don't forget to write'

    Broadband 14 10:04

  • IT culture and biz performance - click here for enlightenment

    Free insights from our expert panel

    Reg Technology Panel 14 10:46

  • Sharp unwraps 'world first' Intel Atom phone

    Runs Windows Vista

    Phones 14 10:53

  • Google App Engine: how much will you pay for freedom?

    Beware geeks bearing gifts

    Software 14 11:02

  • Intel Core 2 Duo T9500 mobile 'Penryn' processor

    Rock updates its X770 laptop with the latest mainstream mobile CPU

    Hardware 14 11:02

  • Database Trojan infests pro-Tibet websites

    Chinese whispers

    Security 14 11:02

  • LG punts Viewty-like PMP

    A Touch Me in disguise?

    Hardware 14 11:08

  • Google and Salesforce snuggle up with biz apps

    Hopes to deliver Microsoft smackdown

    Applications 14 11:18

  • IBM wants to get youngsters hooked on Power

    'We're hip'

    Servers 14 11:24

  • Australia giving snoop powers to employers

    No consent needed for reading staff emails

    Government 14 11:28

  • Nintendo preparing DS Lite update, pundit claims

    Rumours hot up

    Games 14 11:32

  • Toshiba reveals R500 sub-notebook with 128GB SSD

    Keeps mum on the price, though...

    Hardware 14 12:11

  • Terror on an Olympian scale

    Headspace: Looking for Western values in Kensington

    Government 14 12:28

  • Adobe zooms in on film industry with CinemaDNG

    Wants open format adopted as standard

    Applications 14 13:02

  • Asus spills Nvidia's nForce 780a beans

    Unannounced AMD-oriented chipset slips out

    Hardware 14 13:09

  • Canada.gov blocks sale of space company to US

    Wants to keep timeshare rights on Arctic spy-sat

    Government 14 13:15

  • Blockbuster bids for Circuit City

    Struggler + struggler = ?

    The Channel 14 13:16

  • Preatoni breaks silence over Telecom Italia spying probe

    'Nobody will ever be able to picture it completely right'

    Government 14 13:31

  • All because the lady loves... er... memory cards

    Mirror shine, USB interface

    Hardware 14 14:20

  • Home Office won't appeal immigration ruling

    Accepts defeat over skilled migrants switcheroo

    Government 14 14:37

  • Nokia admits DVB-H still not taking off

    Is TV still mobile if no one sees it fail?

    Mobile 14 14:53

  • High Court quashes decision to release secret ID card reports

    Decision must now be re-assessed

    Law 14 15:03

  • Scientist who named the black hole dies aged 96

    Famous boffin was 'last of the physics superheroes'

    Science 14 15:31

  • Wii can conduct an orchestra too

    Like Guitar Hero only more arty

    Games 14 16:51

  • Google crawls The Invisible Web

    Bots infiltrate forms

    Applications 14 19:08

  • (New) dirt-cheap bots attack Hotmail Captchas

    Captcha catching grows up

    Security 14 19:34

  • Security experts warn against Web 2.0 charlatans and 'premature AJAXulation'

    Old-school threats to rushed migration

    Security 14 20:55

  • CodeGear's Delphi PHP suite gets nip and tuck job

    What's in a name?

    Applications 14 21:16

  • New York lawmakers approve 'Amazon Tax'

    'A radical departure'

    Small Biz 14 21:52

  • UK's most popular Wi-Fi router defaults to insecurity

    Come and get it

    Security 14 23:41