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4th July 2008 Archive

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  • Would a data notification law improve UK data security?

    How to prevent more government data disasters

    Government 04 08:00

  • Apple takes axe to MacBook Air SSD price

    Overnight, £300 cheaper

    Hardware 04 09:26

  • Driver-updated satnavs to beat traffic jams

    Pile-up on the M25, says TK08 PGZ

    Science 04 09:39

  • Solar-curtain "soft house" plan proposed by MIT prof

    Soft buildings: require no foundation of hard facts

    Science 04 09:42

  • Oracle risks loss of influential BEA users

    Free from Applications Unlimited

    Applications 04 09:46

  • Government waves cutlass at IT budget

    Offshoring ahoy!

    Government 04 09:49

  • MS readies Vista code injection risk fix

    Redmond security gnomes get tough

    Security 04 09:52

  • BSA slams EC's 'narrow-minded' interoperability vision

    EIF 2.0 draft ruffles some proprietary software feathers

    Applications 04 10:02

  • Microsoft gets hip with da yoof to flog email

    Doing it for charidee

    Applications 04 10:07

  • Palm, BlackBerry-beating demand for 3G iPhone claims researcher

    US consumers eye Apple smartphone

    Mobile 04 10:10

  • Solar power gets curtains twitching

    Use your curtains to generate eco-power, says boffin

    Hardware 04 10:34

  • Pioneer plots Blu-ray Disc autumn offensive

    Hardware 04 10:43

  • Google deigns to comply with a privacy law

    Corporate Rainmen avoid panic attack over word count

    Bootnotes 04 10:58

  • Opera update fixes stability bugs

    And mystery code injection flaw

    Applications 04 11:00

  • BOFH: The admin gene

    That mysterious gift

    BOFH 04 11:02

  • Geldof backs Davis 'For Freedom' by-election

    Banana republic, sceptic isle redux

    Law 04 11:09

  • 'Anaconda' 200m rubber snake generator scheme gets funding

    'Bulge' wave power - a hard one to swallow?

    Science 04 11:17

  • eBay Australia ditches PayPal scheme

    Seller fury prompts backdown

    Small Biz 04 11:26

  • David Davis tells El Reg that Labour is 'mesmerised' by tech

    Liberties sacrificed for 'an illusion'

    Government 04 11:43

  • TVonics MFR-300 micro digital TV set-top box

    Bringing digital to Scart-free tellies

    Hardware 04 12:13

  • Wii racers get a wheel deal

    Stiffen your in-game kart control

    Games 04 12:15

  • Mystery over Verisign boss' shock exit

    Like déjà vu all over again

    Financial News 04 12:23

  • MoD mega gov-IT project only mildly catastrophic - NAO

    Military celebrate limited-disaster triumph

    Government 04 12:47

  • IPS finds no nuggets in ID checking goldmine

    Claims targets exceeded, but fee income tiny

    Government 04 13:00

  • Consider yourself Moderatrixed

    And be damn grateful about it, worms

    Bootnotes 04 13:22

  • Navman upgrades satnavs with 3D

    More realistic driving?

    Science 04 13:34

  • Ofcom flashes cash guarantees at BT for fibre investment

    Next gen network quid pro quo tabled

    Broadband 04 13:54

  • Serco sharpens the IT guillotine

    Job cuts consultation underway

    The Channel 04 14:12

  • Apple drags its heels on iPhone security patches

    Waiting for the second coming

    Mobile 04 14:39

  • Welcome back, WiReD!

    Photoshoppers, pick up your brushes...

    Bootnotes 04 15:20

  • DARPA calls for 'DUDE' combo infra-nightscope

    As in 'Dude, where's my multispectral imaging device?'

    Science 04 15:23

  • PC World pips Asus to UK Atom sub-laptop premier

    Who has the first SCC with Intel's new chip?

    Hardware 04 15:39

  • 2010: the 5TB 3.5in HDD cometh

    Hitachi promises 1TB per square inch

    Storage 04 15:45

  • Indies celebrate Independence Day

    Finding the sharing button

    Media 04 15:57