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2nd September 2008 Archive

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  • UK punters scowl at webmail ad targeting

    Hands off our inboxes

    Security 02 07:02

  • Google releases open source browser

    Not an April Fool this time

    Software 02 08:27

  • The Google-isation of all the net's access points

    Chrome Sweet Chrome

    Software 02 08:37

  • Mimosa adds files to archive cocktail

    Archive's dusty old barn is shaken to foundations

    Storage 02 08:39

  • Road warriors offered office in a suitcase

    Crazy case contains printer, laptop stand, power

    Small Biz 02 09:36

  • Last days of Symbian - business ticking over

    Finland shores up freebie shortfall

    Mobile 02 09:50

  • Fujitsu wants NHS exit payment

    Wants NHS to pony up millions for unfinished job

    Government 02 09:55

  • Arrest made over data-stuffed eBay laptop hard drive

    Plods attempt to plug data leak

    Storage 02 09:58

  • Owner alleges iPhone 3G became red hot

    iToast?

    Hardware 02 10:19

  • Ex-BT boss off to Alcatel-Lucent

    Turnaround kid

    Networks 02 10:21

  • Aussie Customs in presentational-aid crackdown

    Prang peril pointers fingered

    Law 02 10:27

  • 3PAR thins storage arrays

    Revs its ASIC to slim down fat volumes

    Storage 02 10:34

  • Nokia pitches 'free music with old phone' offer

    Comes With Music comes with old 5310

    Media 02 10:45

  • Add-on to turn iPhone into games console

    Kind of

    Hardware 02 11:10

  • Microsoft eyes mobile app store

    Skymarket to challenge iTunes?

    Mobile 02 11:18

  • Scotland's oldest newspaper exposes readers' smalls in public

    URL manipulation snafu gives access to other users

    Security 02 11:32

  • GNU turns 25

    Happy birthday, software libre

    Software 02 11:37

  • Commodore launches little laptop

    Am-eee-ga

    Hardware 02 11:52

  • Zombie network explosion

    Long shadow cast by SQL injection surge?

    Security 02 11:53

  • Judge slaps Fasthosts for rubbish kit and support

    Damages and costs for all-round uselessness

    Data Centre 02 11:58

  • Why the US faces broadband price hikes

    Thanks, FCC

    Broadband 02 12:44

  • Furniture firm offers seat formed from old PS2s

    Gaming goes green

    Games 02 13:08

  • Women turn on to a throbbing Maserati

    'Primeval physiological response' to luxury motors

    Bootnotes 02 13:24

  • Boffins produce aerobatic copycat-copter pilotware

    Computer see, computer do

    Software 02 13:33

  • Sony Ericsson Walkman W980 music phone

    Too few non-music features

    Phones 02 13:44

  • Google cedes Belgium to Germany

    Chrome redraws the map of Europe

    Bootnotes 02 14:25

  • Sony pairs PS3 with Bluetooth headset

    Online gaming chats are go

    Games 02 14:36

  • Is the copper in my patch leads worth anything?

    Q&A

    Hardware 02 14:44

  • Discover OS X's hidden artistic side

    Jobs' past revisited

    Developer 02 15:02

  • Intel adds cheap dual-core, quad-core chips

    New life for the Celeron D

    Hardware 02 18:32

  • VMware R&D chief goes home again

    Back to Oracle after 9 months

    Software 02 19:38

  • Skype ignores PayPal siphoning hijack scheme

    The phone company without a phone

    Security 02 21:41

  • Google's comic capers: what they really meant to say

    The truth behind the speech bubbles

    Bootnotes 02 22:32

  • Google remodels top secret money machine

    'Perfect ad' be damned

    Financial News 02 22:59

  • IBM pitches 'network security' blade server

    Slimline P2P throttler

    Servers 02 23:43