10th September 2008 Archive

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  • Glasgow tube gets phone coverage

    As if commuting wasn't hell enough, already

    Broadband 10 00:02

  • Amazon flash mob mauls Spore DRM

    EA's big title gets 1-star rating

    Applications 10 00:21

  • Google News farce triggers Wall Street sell-off

    Six-year-old story pummels United Airlines

    Financial News 10 01:22

  • Apple code of secrecy imperils Aunt Mildred

    Critical patches released (sort of)

    Security 10 04:52

  • Dell goes for gold at the virtualization Olympics

    What the Dell?

    Servers 10 06:31

  • Bury council carries can over spycam binmen

    RIPA-drunk authorities recruiting child informers

    Law 10 08:52

  • Sony can sue distributor for sales value of stolen goods, not just cost

    The price of memory-card loss

    The Channel 10 09:06

  • Today is not Hadron Collider Day

    Hadrons yes, collisions no. End of world to follow

    Science 10 09:11

  • DR Congo minister liberates imprisoned goats

    Caged on 'being sold illegally by the roadside' rap

    Bootnotes 10 09:15

  • RIM flicks open first clamshell BlackBerry

    Pearl 8220 unveiled

    Mobile 10 09:42

  • Microsoft moves to improve mouse movement

    BlueTrack tech for boy racer mice

    Hardware 10 09:47

  • Intel X-25M solid-state drive

    Stunningly Special SSD?

    Hardware 10 09:48

  • El Reg drops in on Bletchley Park

    Tin-rattling continues at Station X

    Science 10 10:17

  • NYC invites 911 crime-busting snaps

    Emergency 2.0

    Law 10 11:02

  • AMD intros mid-range Radeon HD 4-series GPUs

    DirectX 10.1 gaming on the cheap

    Hardware 10 11:03

  • American Airlines typo dispatches corpse to Guatemala

    Can't tell its GUAs from its GYElbow

    Bootnotes 10 11:07

  • Parents plant spyware to snare sex predator

    Court sin-bins ice hockey coach

    Security 10 11:14

  • Mills and Boon thrusts into pr0n market

    Paperback peddler makes lewd shrewd decision

    Bootnotes 10 11:32

  • Motorola gets down with the kids

    Discovers yoofs like to watch TV

    Mobile 10 11:37

  • Toshiba to ship 240GB 1.8in HDD this month

    Tiny whopper

    Hardware 10 11:45

  • Notebook battery famine set to continue

    Simplo says supply can't keep up with demand

    The Channel 10 12:07

  • US Senate wants answers on soaring text rates

    us nets caLd 2 acownt

    Mobile 10 12:08

  • Pump and dump scam hacker banged up

    US stock market manipulated by Asian crackers

    Security 10 12:38

  • Saatchi to promote foreigners' ID cards

    Ad bigwigs get busy bigging up biometrics

    Government 10 12:47

  • AMD to target Atom with... Athlon

    Old brand, new market

    Hardware 10 12:49

  • Freelancers might be taxed as employees after High Court ruling

    IT contractor hit with £99,000 bill

    Small Biz 10 12:51

  • BPM unravelled - a live, interactive event

    Reserve your place here

    Reg Technology Panel 10 13:02

  • Home Office screws prison data bunglers

    PA Consulting feels Jacqui's wrath

    Government 10 13:08

  • Yes, there was a viable liquid bomb plot

    Jury gives bomb makers benefit of doubt on target

    Law 10 13:18

  • Sony Ericsson confirms Xperia X1 UK launch

    Definitely the real date this time. Promise.

    Phones 10 14:13

  • HP designs handbag laptop

    Clutch-sized and pretty

    Hardware 10 14:31

  • Caterpillar plans 600 tonne godzilla-lorry robots

    Truckasauro-droids to crumple tanks like paper cups

    Science 10 14:31

  • Vodafone accused of talkingtoofastinradioad


    Mobile 10 14:53

  • Belkin delays wireless HD box, doubles price

    $500 -> $700 -> $1500

    Hardware 10 14:56

  • Microsoft mouse to bend but not break

    Not much use in a flood though

    Hardware 10 15:00

  • Lawyers slap Nvidia with chip glitch lawsuit

    What did you know and when did you know it?

    The Channel 10 15:08

  • The Great Circular Award Ceremony

    When the music stops, please collect a gong

    Bootnotes 10 15:55

  • Eye-o-Sauron™ poked out by Great Wall of America

    Presumably to be built from southern side

    Government 10 15:56

  • Rogue SF sysadmin may cost city over $1m

    Send in the consultants!

    Security 10 18:39

  • United 'bankruptcy' points to new stock scam techniques

    Why use spam to pump and dump when a botnet will do?

    Security 10 19:20

  • Red Hat sprints past ESX on VM running

    Oh Qumranet all ye faithful

    Virtualization 10 19:23

  • Yahoo! punts! mobile! development! platform!

    'We're talking to Apple'

    Mobile 10 20:16

  • 'Water bears' survive in outer space

    Look ma, no space suit

    Science 10 23:02