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30th May 2008 Archive

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  • Android to offer iPhone-like App Store

    Google: 'That's our job'

    Mobile 30 02:49

  • Google brews mashier OpenSocial language

    For all your Web 2.0 ills - except people and Facebook

    Developer 30 08:52

  • The New Order: When reading is a crime

    Download a book, get arrested

    Law 30 08:59

  • Bletchley Park rattles tin for urgent repairs

    Visit us, save UK's codebreaking heritage

    Bootnotes 30 09:04

  • Dell rapped for £60 delivery charge on £200 laptop

    Unclear small print

    The Channel 30 09:38

  • British newspaper websites liable in France for privacy invasion

    Court fines Mirror Group and Associated Newspapers

    Law 30 09:52

  • Apple to launch UK movie downloads

    Major studios signed up, claim sources

    Software 30 10:27

  • Asus shows Wii-style controllers for Eee

    Coming to a PC near you

    Hardware 30 10:28

  • 9/11 an inside job, says Irish pop folkster

    Corrspiracy theory

    Bootnotes 30 10:44

  • Novell pulls in Q2 profit on lower costs

    Healthy pink penguins

    Financial News 30 10:49

  • BOFH: Testing the obscenity filters

    You can't say 'can't'

    BOFH 30 11:02

  • Download al Qaeda manuals from the DoJ, go to prison?

    In the UK it's all down to your motivation

    Law 30 11:16

  • Samsung retracts Safari phone claim

    Bad language to blame

    Mobile 30 11:21

  • Will your mobile squeal to the police?

    Digital forensics turns smartphones into supergrasses

    Mobile 30 11:27

  • ISS toilet spares stowed and good to go

    Discovery relief mission blasts off tomorrow

    Science 30 11:29

  • Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth headset

    We'll be sticking fish in our ears next

    Hardware 30 12:12

  • Optical boffins cut the cost of quantum cryptography

    Time shift dances the light fantastic

    Security 30 12:17

  • Phorm opponents to picket BT shareholders

    Activists refuse to let sleeping data pimps lie

    Broadband 30 12:38

  • Uncontacted rainforest tribe caught from the air

    Remarkable snaps highlight Peruvian logging threat

    Science 30 12:40

  • World's first Blu-ray record pressing

    'I wanna High Definition rock n' roll all night'

    Media 30 13:03

  • Economist: girls actually better than boys at maths

    Shows no sign of it herself, however

    Science 30 13:23

  • Brazil bitchslaps ratification of OOXML

    Dissenting voices against Microsoft grow

    Applications 30 13:25

  • NHS IT: what went wrong, what will go wrong

    We draw up a handy list of excuses for civil servants

    Management 30 13:54

  • Old Windows exploits dominate hack attack traffic

    China eyeballs US through the looking glass

    The Channel 30 14:00

  • Ofcom mulls BT Openreach price hike

    'Free' broadband economics tested

    Broadband 30 14:07

  • Blu-ray Disc body grants licences to Chinese firms

    Cheaper players en-route?

    Hardware 30 14:20

  • Sourcefire snorts at unsolicited takeover bid

    Barracuda circles security tools firm

    The Channel 30 15:22

  • EU begins formal probe into US gambling ban

    Free trade? We've heard of it

    Government 30 15:33

  • Japanese woman moves into bloke's closet

    House owner alerted by disappearing food

    Bootnotes 30 19:32

  • Metadata ruins Google's anonymous eBay Australia protest

    Should have used Google Docs

    Small Biz 30 19:45

  • Daily Mail cites video game as proof of terrorist doomsday plot

    Hacked

    Law 30 20:24

  • Low-end EMC NSX is on its way

    Stronger competition for NetApp

    Storage 30 20:44

  • Apple store detains teens for installing iPhone game

    Coppers called over demo unit download

    Security 30 21:53

  • Google defends open source from 'poisonous people'

    The Case of the Self-Centered Date Parser

    Software 30 23:16