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10th June 2008 Archive

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  • Apple's carpet-bomb Safari flaw can wreak havoc on Windows

    A tale of two security teams

    Security 10 00:18

  • VMware turns Thinstall into ThinApp

    Probably didn't get the name from Thinair

    Virtualization 10 04:02

  • Ingres alumnus joins DBMS scrum

    Cloudy conjecture

    Applications 10 05:02

  • Making the mobile web ubiquitous

    New wizards to take idiots onto phones

    Mobile 10 08:40

  • RM boss says school's out forever

    Quits 'demanding' role after six years

    The Channel 10 09:02

  • Whaling fraudsters harpoon 15,000 victims

    Two gangs blamed for attacks on credulous high-rollers

    Security 10 09:15

  • NASA preps GLAST for blast-off

    Gamma-ray 'scope good to go

    Science 10 09:17

  • Apple's Snow Leopard to cut the bloat from Mac OS X

    Separating out PowerPC and Intel code at last?

    Operating Systems 10 09:43

  • NZ hydropower drought could see leccy rationing

    Frosty towel-rails as Kiwi juice dries up

    Government 10 10:09

  • Asus floors it with Lamborghini laptop revamp

    Pedal, as they say, meets metal

    Hardware 10 10:23

  • Afghan cellco accuses rivals of funding Taliban

    Why else are we being attacked?

    Mobile 10 10:33

  • Angry? Try the Tw*t-O-Tron

    Automated vitriol for true patriots

    Bootnotes 10 11:02

  • iRobot Roomba 560 robot vacuum cleaner

    Clean quietly... or there will be... trouble

    Science 10 11:09

  • EU orders horsemeat and chips in equine passport scheme

    Four legs now, two legs next?

    Government 10 11:11

  • Canon pitches 'lightest' digital SLR at beginners

    Hardware 10 11:41

  • British workaholics win EU opt out deal

    Agency staff granted more equal rights

    Management 10 11:46

  • LG looks to Swarovski to bling up LCD TV line

    Hardware 10 11:59

  • EU mulls intervention over BT's secret Phorm trials

    Your views sought

    Broadband 10 12:56

  • EC's 'Steelie' Neelie snubs Microsoft Office

    Choose life, choose open standards

    Government 10 13:11

  • MPs urge action as spooky caller ID-faking services hit UK

    'Be anyone you want to be'

    Broadband 10 13:31

  • O2 prices up the latest iPhone

    You might need the calculator

    Mobile 10 13:47

  • Another police website hacked

    First the Home Office, now local plods

    Law 10 14:40

  • Microsoft struggles to rid US shores of pesky pirates

    Walking the plank - again

    The Channel 10 14:52

  • HP's VoodooPC challenges MacBook Air on thinness

    Hardware 10 15:08

  • Edinburgh Fringe box office system goes titsup

    No laughing matter

    Management 10 15:09

  • Cyber-fraudsters strike gold at South African government

    32 arrested but £12m missing

    Security 10 16:02

  • AJAX browser wishlist call goes unanswered

    Apathy 2.0

    Applications 10 17:30

  • Symantec tools up with Xen for VMware assault

    Storage management with a server virtualization twist

    Storage 10 18:59

  • US bars ID refuseniks from planes - but not ID losers

    Go figure

    Government 10 19:17

  • New York talks net giants into child pornography crackdown

    Time Warner torches newsgroups

    Broadband 10 21:55

  • Symantec fluffs up its backup getup

    Netbackup integrates de-dupe and CDP

    Storage 10 22:33

  • Get 'em while they're hot: critical security fixes from Microsoft, Apple

    But still no relief from Carpet bombing menace

    Security 10 22:34

  • Delayed SQL Server 2008 hits release phase

    Very close

    Applications 10 22:43

  • NetApp adds girth to its midrange storage

    Cache-serving modules and appliances for HPC

    Storage 10 23:16