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1st October 2008 Archive

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  • Google stock in weird, spurious plunge to $200 mark

    Price reset after Nasdaq Google-whack

    Financial News 01 00:28

  • US House throttles citizen emails

    Bailout fallout strikes out shout-outs

    Government 01 05:48

  • Becta says Web 2.0 motivates schoolkids

    Go to library, open Facebook...

    Policy 01 06:02

  • UK console sales defy credit crunch

    Big year-on-year rises

    Games 01 07:31

  • 3 threatens, T-Mobile shoots on late payments

    Tough talk on tardy mobile bill payers

    Mobile 01 08:02

  • Apple faces iTunes case in Norway

    Negotiations with Apple prove fruitless

    Law 01 08:02

  • Ofcom: No premium numbers for previous offenders

    Drafts naughty list

    Broadband 01 08:46

  • Full-size Roman siege artillery offered on eBay

    Ideal for seeing off local Vandals. Or Goths

    Bootnotes 01 09:14

  • BT claims UK broadband boost breakthrough

    Filter-tipped technology

    Broadband 01 09:18

  • TDK tunnels through hard drive areal density record

    Achieves 803Gb/in²

    Storage 01 09:26

  • Pint-sized 3M projector makes UK debut

    Hardware 01 09:45

  • Phorm losses shoot up by half

    Advertisers wanted

    Financial News 01 09:52

  • Apple screws songwriters (again)

    Threat to silence iTunes

    Media 01 09:53

  • Next-gen Wii to be launched within three years

    Sources talk HD console

    Games 01 10:20

  • US consumers flock to Mac laptops

    One in three dollars spent on notebooks end up at Apple

    Hardware 01 10:28

  • Home Office finally approves UK cybercoppers

    E-crime unit gets green light but overlap worries remain

    Law 01 10:35

  • Vodafone compo confirms BlackBerry Storm incoming

    'There's a storm coming.' 'I know.'

    Mobile 01 10:35

  • Telco compares merger to Challenger space shuttle

    Remind me what happened to that again...

    Broadband 01 10:38

  • RM Asus miniBook Plus netbook

    Asus Eee PC 904 HD rebranded

    Hardware 01 11:02

  • Stob latest: It was a cunning trick, says Open University

    Pull the other one

    Developer 01 11:14

  • Honda, Yamaha ready electric, hybrid motorbikes

    Wheels o' steel

    Science 01 11:27

  • Freesat notches up 100,000 sales

    Not everyone's HD savvy though

    Hardware 01 11:31

  • UK banking fraud losses rise to £301.7m

    More financial jollity

    Security 01 11:32

  • Yours truly, angry mob

    Bringing Nothing To The Party: Cleaning up the net, one satirical vigilante page at a time

    Media 01 11:41

  • SkypeOut goes mobile, Skype goes beta

    Whither 3 now?

    VoIP 01 11:53

  • Postman Pat goes postal

    Kids' classic gets high-octane makeover

    Bootnotes 01 11:53

  • ITV gets adverts into video

    Blue sky thinking

    Media 01 11:56

  • Tiny MyCar named electric vehicle of the year

    Be handy if you could buy it

    Science 01 12:26

  • IBM delivers baby SAN

    Share and share alike

    Storage 01 13:02

  • Microsoft's application server goes Irish

    Restful Dublin state

    Developer 01 13:02

  • Hawaiian anti-LHC lawsuit thrown out

    Beak bins botanist's bid to bust boson-botherers

    Science 01 13:16

  • Carphone Warehouse gets into games consoles, Macs

    Retailer readies 'Best Buy Europe' scheme

    Games 01 13:28

  • HP grabs hold of LeftHand Networks

    Stronger competition for Dell/EqualLogic

    Storage 01 13:40

  • 'Windows Cloud' to descend this month, says Ballmer

    Microsoft prefers to 'obsolete ourselves'

    Operating Systems 01 13:53

  • Senators push for restrictions on laptop searches

    Probable cause, please

    Government 01 13:59

  • Ballmer: MS not getting into handset biz

    So much for the Zune phone...

    Mobile 01 15:07

  • Barclays online banking falls offline

    Pale blue screen of inactivity

    Financial News 01 15:22

  • Microsoft promises, fails to keep things simple for partners

    'Evolution is not an easy route'

    The Channel 01 15:31

  • Ransomware author tracked down, but not nicked

    Is Russia soft on cybercrime?

    Security 01 15:38

  • What does the offshoring backlash tell us?

    Making the most of distributed resources

    Workshop 01 16:17

  • Sprint threatens P2P throttling on WiMAX

    Like Comcast (without the lies)

    Broadband 01 17:12

  • Apple scraps iPhone NDA

    Jobsian reality check

    Mobile 01 17:13

  • IBM blades and racks get all-you-can-eat VMs

    Yes, you do need Datacenter Edition

    Servers 01 18:02

  • Blizzard awarded $6m in WoW bot case

    Glider crash and burn

    Hardware 01 18:09

  • Amazon plugs video leak flaw

    Adobe handkerchief solves streaming snafu

    Security 01 18:37

  • Amazon turns Windows against Ballmer's cloud

    Unix not the only fruit

    Applications 01 18:47

  • Emails show journalist rigged Wikipedia's naked shorts

    Overstock's Byrne vindicated amidst economic meltdown

    Media 01 19:41

  • TSMC, IBM gang trumpet 28nm chip recipes

    Will AMD throw in the fab?

    Hardware 01 20:42

  • DoS attack reveals (yet another) crack in net's core

    Self-trashing TCP exploit

    Security 01 22:04

  • French boffin: Mac Pros emit toxic fumes

    Hi, I'm vaporize benzine

    Data Centre 01 22:50

  • WebKit passes third Acid test

    Recovers from trip

    Applications 01 22:53

  • Hackers penetrate South Korean missile manufacturer

    Blueprints stolen (possibly)

    Security 01 23:41

  • Microsoft sneaks out Silverlight 2

    Release candidate stealth

    Developer 01 23:56