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29th August 2008 Archive

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  • Sony Ericsson delays Windows phone to Jan 09

    So says SE website...

    Mobile 29 00:02

  • Internet Explorer - now with 35% less FAIL

    Playing catchup with IE8 beta 2

    Applications 29 00:19

  • Reformatting freetard fubars RIAA fight

    Kazaa user destroyed evidence

    Media 29 03:06

  • Google admits Android App Store Market

    No Jobsian ruby killing

    Mobile 29 03:28

  • Now Hollywood is chasing UK downloaders

    And getting the wrong guy

    Media 29 07:02

  • Ofcom considers termination charges

    Fancy paying to receive mobile calls?

    Mobile 29 08:02

  • Is the ION VHS2PC Macrovision friendly?

    Q&A

    Hardware 29 08:02

  • UK.gov child data-sharing scheme delayed (again)

    Controversial ContactPoint hit by 'user interface problems'

    Government 29 09:01

  • Two Shuttles hit by fuel tank problems

    Is it supposed to make that rattling noise?

    Science 29 09:13

  • Fog of attack clouds Best Western hack

    Are you local? Really?

    Security 29 10:39

  • Novell recovery continues

    Margins up

    The Channel 29 10:40

  • MSI repells reporter with armed response team

    You - off that booth. Now.

    Hardware 29 10:43

  • Erotic artist urges spanking for Jacqui Smith

    'Extreme porn' definition dithering drags on

    Law 29 10:46

  • Portsmouth Historic Dockyard: Further poster outrage

    'Twas on the good ship Venus...

    Bootnotes 29 10:48

  • Excessive IP protection causes economic gridlock, says expert

    Too much protection = lack of innovation

    Law 29 10:51

  • 'World's largest TV' sports super HD resolution

    Four times the quality of 1080p, Panasonic claims

    Hardware 29 10:56

  • Flip Ultra and Creative Vado pocket camcorders

    Mini cams for the YouTube generation

    Hardware 29 11:02

  • Hands on with Fujtisu Siemens' Amilo netbook

    Hardware 29 11:30

  • Microsoft breaks IE8 interoperability promise

    Microsoft said the right things, then blew it

    Software 29 11:37

  • Automated air-traffic network developed for robo-planes

    Would also be good for flying cars

    Applications 29 12:09

  • Common usernames get more spam

    Time to evolve, aardvarks

    Security 29 12:13

  • Cross-site hacks and the art of self defence

    The new browser wars

    Security 29 12:26

  • IE8 beta 2 locks down some XP lovers

    If the wind changes, you'll stay like that

    Applications 29 12:29

  • Microsoft bags European price comparison sites

    Can we gift-wrap that for you, Sir?

    Applications 29 13:11

  • El Reg slips into women's-fit tees

    You asked for 'em, you got 'em

    Site News 29 13:13

  • Acer: Aspire One HSDPA support is imminent

    Gentlemen, prepare your dongles

    Hardware 29 13:41

  • Windows Mobile 6 blamed for Xperia X1 woes

    Blue Screen of Death?

    Mobile 29 13:43

  • No cookie for Qualcomm as injunction breached

    Broadcom broadside bags more San Diego dosh

    Mobile 29 13:59

  • Hello, this is Oracle - we're not in right now

    Forum hiatus

    Software 29 14:02

  • Comcast users get UK-style capping, throttling

    Is 120 movies a month enough?

    Broadband 29 14:03

  • Humax pledges to ship Freesat HD DVR by year's end

    In time for Christmas?

    Hardware 29 14:12

  • EMC blogger tears into HP and NetApp

    Incoming, incoming, white papers alert

    Storage 29 14:16

  • Samsung tries to snatch 'world's first 200Hz TV' title from Sony

    Sony and Samsung fight over who got there first

    Hardware 29 14:23

  • Google makes Mozilla licence U-turn

    'A bit more nuanced'

    Software 29 14:27

  • Daewoo divided over display

    Divide your room, with TVs

    Hardware 29 14:27

  • Elon Musk might deliver new plasma drive to ISS

    Private space couriers vie for NASA deliveries

    Science 29 14:34

  • Garmin: Nuvi satnav phone release set for Q1 2009

    Wants carrier deals in place first

    Mobile 29 14:38

  • Customs raids tech trade show

    Armed agents search for patent infringers

    Hardware 29 14:40

  • Wi-Fi: You old new smoothie?

    Oblivious IEEE waves through standard for dead dream

    Broadband 29 15:33

  • Biometrics exhibit blushes over email snafu

    Fingerprints, iris scans sprayed to all comers

    Management 29 15:40

  • Cloned US ATM cards: Can they fool Brit self-service checkouts?

    Carder crooks say they can

    Security 29 15:44

  • Who should be America's CTO?

    Vote now and tell us

    Bootnotes 29 16:00

  • Psychologist invents new uber-wiki

    'Mememoir' tech to make Wikipedia obsolete?

    Applications 29 16:16

  • 45th Mersenne prime discovered (possibly)

    Move over 232,582,657-1. Your day has ended

    Science 29 19:02