7th July 2008 Archive

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  • AVG chokes fake traffic spew

    LinkScanner to quit scanning links

    Applications 07 05:39

  • EU forms an opinion on CUS'ing

    But wants to see more polite radios

    Mobile 07 06:02

  • How to be an instant Web me-2.0 developer

    If you're so smart, how come you ain't rich?

    Verity Stob 07 09:02

  • Yahoo! talks! to! Time! Warner?

    And others...

    Financial News 07 09:12

  • Prius hybrid to get rooftop solar panel

    A £20 one from Maplins would do just as well

    Science 07 09:27

  • Asus details 'comfort keyboard' Eee PC 904


    Hardware 07 09:36

  • O2 starts 3G iPhone stampede - and runs away

    Chokes the upgrade madness

    Mobile 07 09:37

  • Trojan trawls recruitment sites in ID harvesting scam

    All your CV are belong to us

    Security 07 09:55

  • Daily Mail loses employee info

    Names, addresses, bank accounts and sort codes

    Security 07 10:22

  • Pioneer proudly pitches 400GB Blu-ray optical disc

    16-layer disc detailed

    Hardware 07 10:25

  • Final Arthur C Clarke novel on the way

    Last Theorem is last hurrah

    Bootnotes 07 10:54

  • Sony spin-off planning 2009 FED TV launch

    OLED? Pah... SED? Fuggedaboutit...

    Hardware 07 10:59

  • NZ sports fans cop eyeful of hardcore

    Rooting housewives invade Grass Roots Rugby

    Bootnotes 07 11:02

  • Drobo storage 'robot' to deliver music, movies to UPnP devices

    Content serving software coming

    Hardware 07 11:22

  • Bavaria sanctions police spyware

    Trojan horse rides roughshod over opposition

    Law 07 11:31

  • UK.gov serves up GM food as price hike fix

    Brown pushes Greens off plate while slamming food waste

    Government 07 11:37

  • Vodafone prevails in £2bn UK tax spat

    HMRC to appeal

    Financial News 07 11:40

  • Bon-viveur boffin: Biomimetic bird, bat & bug bots are b*llocks

    Pooh-poohs flap-happy eggheads

    Science 07 11:48

  • BenQ administrator threatens to sue Siemens

    Irregularities claimed

    Mobile 07 12:02

  • SCH scoops up Fayrewood leftovers for £2m

    Auto-dismemberment complete

    The Channel 07 12:10

  • Samsung SP-A400B movie and business projector

    The Wash & Go of the projector market

    Hardware 07 12:15

  • Pulled PlayStation update to be re-released next week?

    Console-confounding glitches fixed

    Games 07 12:28

  • Meet the UK's most spammed man

    Workshop foreman in junk mail hell

    Security 07 12:44

  • Sharp BDHP20H sub-£300 Blu-ray Disc player

    Sony's not the only option

    Hardware 07 13:04

  • No PAYG 3G iPhone in UK until Christmas

    Carphone Warehouse names the date

    Phones 07 13:14

  • Knife crime Definitely Maybe linked to games, claims Oasis man

    Singer blames stabbings on violent videogames

    Games 07 13:27

  • Google's spycar revs up UK privacy fears

    Privacy campaigners launch Street View ambush

    Law 07 13:48

  • 3 calls foul on T-Mobile price promise

    Says offers more minutes, but for less money

    Mobile 07 14:35

  • Samsung's latest touchscreen talker is uncovered

    Firm prepping entry-level design?

    Phones 07 15:14

  • Microsoft: Yes! We're! talking! to! Icahn!

    Raider would flip Yahoo! to Ballmer

    Financial News 07 15:36

  • Inside man in failed £72m electronic heist jailed

    Former HSBC clerk gets nine years

    Security 07 15:56

  • Trousers Brown: Blighty faces 'food security' threat

    It's all about the energy, stupid

    Government 07 16:04

  • Holidaymaker gets £31k data roaming bill

    3 dons cap

    Mobile 07 16:17

  • Autumn release for HSDPA-enabled Eee PC?

    Carrier deals come through

    Hardware 07 16:25

  • Undercover cash conversations

    Talk to your money

    Hardware 07 16:27

  • Blind spot - the trouble with optical drives

    Why so maligned?

    Storage 07 17:02

  • Segway CTO scoots to Apple's design team

    Moves to street-legal devices

    Data Centre 07 19:19

  • Microsoft criticizes EU's 'unreasonable' judgement

    Your manifest error blocks our manifest destiny

    Law 07 20:27

  • ISPs laud their data pimping services but refuse to use them

    The view from the Front Porch

    Broadband 07 21:08

  • Rogue IT troubleshooter pleads guilty to scamming Cisco

    The old bait and port trick

    Data Networking 07 23:15