3rd September 2008 Archive

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  • ICANN cast as online scam enabler

    And now a word for our illegal online pharmacy sponsor

    Security 03 01:17

  • Big demand for pay by phone tech, claims Nokia

    The sole manufacturer of NFC handsets

    Mobile 03 07:02

  • Reding tells Euro MPs to back telecoms reforms

    Lady's not for turning

    Law 03 07:02

  • McKinnon a 'scapegoat for Pentagon insecurity'

    US mil still wide open to attack, says reformed hacker

    Security 03 08:02

  • Dixons Group still suffering

    Firm has much to be cautious about

    The Channel 03 08:22

  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 to land next month

    Firm's first Windows Mobile phone release announced

    Phones 03 09:00

  • Sony e-book reader to debut in UK tomorrow

    To begin at the beginning...

    Hardware 03 09:45

  • Lenovo offers online backup deal

    Save it to the cloud...

    Storage 03 10:00

  • Buffalo touts 'first' external SSD

    Not cheap

    Storage 03 10:05

  • Northrop in electric blaster cannon milestone

    Weapons grade fry-ray to debut 'this year'

    Science 03 10:14

  • NebuAd CEO quits

    Captain declines to go down with ship

    Financial News 03 10:18

  • Is there a networkable Freeview box?

    Q&A

    Hardware 03 10:21

  • Google's Austro-Hungarian ambitions laid bare

    Chrome recruits Maximilian von Hapsburg

    Bootnotes 03 10:22

  • Clever, clever Adaptec

    A RAID controller can do power management as well

    Storage 03 10:33

  • Carpetbomb bug tarnishes Google Chrome

    Shiny new vulnerabilities winkled out already

    Security 03 10:34

  • Government kids database under fire, again

    It'll be over by Christmas

    Government 03 10:48

  • Getac B300 rugged laptop

    No mucking about with this hard-boiled hardware

    Hardware 03 11:00

  • eMusic rattles ISPs over legal downloads

    Pakman eats dots, avoids ghosts

    Broadband 03 11:08

  • Dell Inspiron 910 mini-laptop to be a hardware hacker's dream?

    Set to launch tomorrow, says mole

    Hardware 03 11:42

  • Chinese boffins crack invisible-shed window problem

    Unscrewing the inscrutable

    Science 03 11:58

  • Medion launches mini laptop in UK

    Hardware 03 12:18

  • Nokia starts to ship N96

    In the shops shortly

    Phones 03 12:43

  • Sainsbury's and HP buddy up on recycling jamboree

    Drop off unwanted gear, buy loaf of bread

    The Channel 03 13:18

  • UN email hacker jailed

    Blackmail backfire

    Security 03 13:24

  • PNY calls Ghostbusters to boost 2GB Flash drive sales

    Hardware 03 13:29

  • Burned by Chrome - Fire put out

    Your copyright does not now go up in smoke

    Law 03 13:39

  • Opera boss: Imitation is flattering

    But Chrome code isn't worth a look

    Software 03 14:53

  • Mozilla claims mass Ubiquity mobilisation

    Retro geek hog heaven

    Developer 03 14:57

  • Linux desktop freaks out Ubuntu man

    Shuttleworth speaks

    Software 03 14:59

  • Grid computer recreates ancient Greek lute

    Geeks go Greek

    Data Networking 03 15:09

  • Thailand clamps down on rude websites

    You'd think they have bigger problems

    Law 03 15:42

  • Sun splits DARPA photon-linkage cake with Kotura

    Chip-to-chip fatness sought

    Data Centre 03 15:56

  • Mythbusters RFID episode axed after 'pressure' from credit card firms

    Bust this

    Security 03 16:07

  • Reg launches Chrome-o-drome

    It wasn't built in a day...

    Software 03 16:16

  • Oracle buys ClearApp

    See-through acquisition

    Applications 03 16:34

  • HP launches virtualization armada

    Server, storage, desktops, research, ho!

    Virtualization 03 19:24

  • Homeland Security backs deportation with Wikipedia

    Immigration Judge approves

    Law 03 20:40

  • Emails allege ATI-Nvidia price fixing conspiracy

    'A jury would like to see this'

    The Channel 03 22:27

  • Anonymous domain registration nixed amid fraud complaints

    Directi strikes back

    Security 03 22:45