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4th June 2008 Archive

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  • AMD targets Puma 'Centrino beater' at consumers, SMEs

    Laptop platform gets teeth into HD

    Hardware 04 04:02

  • Ogg-friendly phone, anyone?

    Q&A

    Hardware 04 06:02

  • Intel SSD squeezes into sub-notebook sizes

    Hear the pitter-PATA of tiny feats

    Hardware 04 07:40

  • Crimestoppers learn the joy of text

    hlp, dat man jst stole my mob phn

    Mobile 04 07:46

  • New Microgeneration report - what it actually says

    Home fires burning won't keep the lights on

    Science 04 07:52

  • Intel touts G45 chipset's full Blu-ray support

    Not so the G43...

    Hardware 04 08:02

  • The great British iPhone mystery

    Can Apple dispel smartphone apathy?

    Mobile 04 08:02

  • Yahoo! sets date for Icahn showdown

    And Icahn promises to sack founder

    Software 04 08:46

  • Blighty joins killer robot club with Afghan strike

    RAF's sole kill-bot gets in on the pressbutton action

    Government 04 09:37

  • Gigabyte intros tablet-style Eee rival

    UMPC and MID too

    Hardware 04 09:49

  • Boffins build self-replicating replicating machine

    For £300, so can you, thanks to open sourcery

    Hardware 04 10:17

  • Organised crime law crushes animal rights duo

    Sledgehammer meets nut

    Law 04 10:33

  • Japan's Softbank signs up for iPhone

    DoCoMo too?

    Mobile 04 10:40

  • HTC slides out Touch Pro

    Diamond + keyboard

    Phones 04 10:44

  • UK citizens' portal exposes edit kit interface

    HTML undergarments of Direct.gov.uk aired in public

    Security 04 10:49

  • RSPCA calls for dog chipping

    Pooches get their own database

    Law 04 11:41

  • Verbatim 500GB desktop external hard drive

    In case of a crash, just locate this little black box

    Hardware 04 11:46

  • Peter Gabriel cranks his f*ck machine

    Meet the website promising to defy the tyranny of choice

    Media 04 12:02

  • A quarter of UK adults to go on child protection database

    11.3 million working with children to be vetted

    Law 04 12:06

  • Time to move on from Chinook to the real MoD cock-ups

    Dead horse floggers lack guts to face live nightmares

    Government 04 12:36

  • Kit left on stand-by costs gadget fans dearly, report claims

    Power down to cut electricity bills

    Hardware 04 12:55

  • Blu-ray movie sales gathering momentum

    HD DVD's death the cause?

    Hardware 04 12:56

  • EU security agency warns over insecure printing

    Paper jam

    Security 04 13:44

  • 100,000 sign for BT Fon wi-fi love-in

    But where are they all?

    Broadband 04 13:51

  • Hacker demos Symbian security switch off

    Hacker gets straight to the heart

    Mobile 04 13:53

  • Hummer glummer on high oil price bummer

    GM moots ditching the Governator's favourite cigar box

    Financial News 04 14:01

  • Brits get iTunes movie downloads, rentals

    Local AppleTV user rejoices

    Hardware 04 14:34

  • Sanyo's waterproof camcorder makes a splash

    Perfect for punting on the Thames?

    Hardware 04 14:37

  • Security bug in HP support app aids hackers

    Grand Theft ActiveX

    Security 04 14:50

  • Verizon sends text messages to the big screen

    Don't turn off your mobile in the cinema

    Mobile 04 15:23

  • DARPA awards 'Deep Green' battle-computer cash

    General-ware to direct human pawns on future battlefields

    Government 04 15:31

  • Scottish ex-Moto chip factory to close

    Freescale swings the claymore

    Hardware 04 15:43

  • Klipsch targets headphones at big ears

    Big ears, better comfort

    Hardware 04 16:08

  • Google takes another bite out of NASA with 42-acre research center

    All your base can please belong to us?

    Science 04 19:48

  • World+dog ignores Sweden's Draconian wiretap bill

    'If your email crosses our border, we tap it'

    Law 04 20:27

  • Gates threatens to buy millions and millions of servers for Microsoft

    While Google builds its own gear

    Servers 04 21:40

  • Canonical rejiggers Ubuntu for laptots

    Netbook Remix on the way to OEMs

    Operating Systems 04 22:26

  • Boffins prove the existence of jet-setters

    You can believe them. They secretly tracked 100,000 cell phone users

    Broadband 04 22:30

  • Windows veteran jumps to second Silverlight

    Betas away

    Developer 04 23:36

  • EMC lobbying dollars reached $730,000 in first quarter

    Clearly, we're all in the wrong business

    Storage 04 23:48