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20th June 2008 Archive

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  • How the iPhone puts a bomb under mobile networks

    Jesus Phone scarier than anyone thought - analysts

    Broadband 20 07:02

  • What I learned from a dumb terminal

    Economy of language meets an excess of context

    Developer 20 07:02

  • Oracle hikes middleware license fees

    The spoils of more

    Developer 20 07:02

  • Flirty texting could land Scots in jail for 10 years

    Go too far and you're nicked

    Mobile 20 09:03

  • Snoop bill opponents post Swedish spy IDs on net

    Even Google condemns eavesdropping bill

    Government 20 09:17

  • Nvidia moves to 55nm with GeForce 9800 GTX re-spin

    GTX+

    Hardware 20 09:50

  • Yahoo! exec! exodus! continues!

    Last one to leave, please turn out the lights

    Financial News 20 09:51

  • Yes! It's the RC beer delivery system!

    Beer, direct to your seat

    Hardware 20 10:00

  • Sony confirms major PS3 firmware update features

    Version 2.40 to add in-game XMB

    Games 20 10:21

  • E-food crisis abates as Sainsbury's online sparks into life

    Netizens scramble to replenish frozen pizza stockpiles

    Servers 20 10:22

  • Liberty director threatens to sue Burnham over 'tawdry smear'

    When I hear the words culture secretary I reach for my lawyers...

    Law 20 10:26

  • Brando attempts to get climbers hooked to storage

    USB Carabineer flash drives, for data-dependent hikers

    Hardware 20 10:56

  • MSI Wind Windows XP Edition sub-notebook

    Size, it seems, is everything

    Hardware 20 11:02

  • BOFH: The all-clicking, all-whirring Roboboss

    Logic can be a wonderful thing

    BOFH 20 11:06

  • UK.gov ready to get muddy again on GM foods

    'Frankenstein's monster may be ugly, but at least he's well fed'

    Science 20 11:31

  • Shopper connects to Jesus via Denon link cable

    Constructs shrine to $500 miracle

    Broadband 20 11:32

  • Naomi Campbell pleads guilty to assault

    Court adjourns to consider sentence

    Bootnotes 20 11:42

  • MS tries again after faulty Bluetooth security fix

    Second time's the charm

    Security 20 11:42

  • Post Office aims to collect ID card fingerprints?

    Large branch network begs for biometric protection

    Government 20 11:53

  • Heavyweight physics prof weighs into climate/energy scrap

    Zero-carbon UK plans for all: Greens, nimbys, even Libs

    Science 20 12:01

  • Congress bails out telcos for illegal snooping

    Political compromise leaves civil liberties in the dust

    Government 20 12:02

  • Sixth British Columbia stray foot a hoax

    'Reprehensible and disrespectful'

    Bootnotes 20 12:26

  • Virgin Media collects customer banking details on CD, then loses it

    If only they had some sort of network instead...

    Broadband 20 12:30

  • Circuit City reports Q1 loss as US shoppers unplug

    Sales tumble more than 7%

    The Channel 20 12:36

  • Croydon devil dog execution: Exclusive photo

    Woof, woof, bang, thud

    Bootnotes 20 12:40

  • Third Brigade annexes open source intrusion detection tech

    GPL security project goes under commercial management

    Security 20 13:58

  • EU Commission plots to end rip-off Britain online

    One consumer law regime to rule them all

    Government 20 14:14

  • Limbo of the Lost music not stolen, claims composer

    Game's alleged plagiarism doesn't extend to the tunes

    Games 20 14:46

  • Samsung gets some pink Soul

    Magic Touch phone changes shades

    Phones 20 14:51

  • Enraged devil dog lover locks on to Reg photo team

    'Staffys are not devils... I've seen them sharing crisps with babies!'

    Bootnotes 20 15:11

  • A.M.P - the ultimate musical robot?

    "I am a freak-a-zoid, come on and wind me up"

    Hardware 20 15:35

  • Gumshoes fined for debt collection pretexting blag

    BT fooled

    Law 20 16:04

  • Mandriva's Linux on a stick will wow all the ladies this Summer

    Windows? No prob. I can tool you

    Operating Systems 20 17:00

  • Fujitsu preps 700 redundancies in NHS IT debacle

    Unite tells UK.gov to get a move on

    Government 20 17:41

  • Microsoft should buy Rackable instead of building custom computers

    Out-acquiring Google

    Servers 20 19:07

  • NebuAd looks to 'spyware' firm for recruits

    'Typical of the Valley'

    Media 20 20:16