3rd October 2008 Archive

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  • Nintendo DSi's battery life shorter than DS Lite's

    Not up to snuff?

    Games 03 00:02

  • 3Tera in virtual Windows server mating call

    AppLogic does Microsoft

    Servers 03 00:02

  • Apple royalty skirmish ends in stalemate

    iTunes shutdown threats no more

    Media 03 00:11

  • Microsoft gives users six months longer to flee from Vista

    Buckling to OEMs?

    The Channel 03 00:35

  • Defrauded punter says 'catflaps' to PayPal marketing stunt

    Unwelcome doormat gimmick slips up

    Security 03 06:02

  • Credit crunch hitting IT mergers

    Deals drying up as advisers disappear

    Financial News 03 08:24

  • Fossett aircraft contains 'minimal' human remains

    But enough to provide a DNA sample

    Bootnotes 03 09:11

  • Thomas Crown blagger recruits decoy dupes on internet

    Identi-dress Craigslist flashmob caper foils plods

    Bootnotes 03 09:46

  • BT's Phorm small print: It's all your fault

    'Daddy needs to tell you about an exciting new service called WebWise'

    Broadband 03 09:47

  • Sony revamps e-book Reader with reading lamp

    Manuscripts illuminated

    Hardware 03 09:53

  • Finally launched: Nokia's iPhone beater

    Tube debuts at last

    Mobile 03 10:07

  • Thunderbird 3 release has wings clipped

    Schtop. This email client is not ready yet

    Applications 03 10:31

  • Axon tells Infosys to put up or shut up

    Bidding war for SAP firm

    The Channel 03 10:37

  • Artist to smoke Cobain's ashes

    Smells like... hey, is anyone else hungry?

    Bootnotes 03 10:41

  • Venturi shows eight-motor electric sportster

    Hand-made in Monaco

    Science 03 10:44

  • Phoenix Lander listens to Mars murmurings

    Crackly space earful imminent

    Science 03 10:51

  • BOFH: The Mandelboat virus

    A handy excuse

    BOFH 03 10:52

  • Nintendo gets chatty with WiiSpeak

    You speak, we Wii speak, we all speak together

    Games 03 10:53

  • Dell Latitude E6400 14in business laptop

    Dredd-ful new design?

    Hardware 03 11:02

  • Revealed: How Street View marks its territory

    Google cocks its leg on South London fence

    Bootnotes 03 11:24

  • Virgin rejects $1m space sex offer

    No grumble flick shoot aboard SpaceShipTwo

    Bootnotes 03 11:53

  • BT plots massive Openreach outsourcing deal

    Engineers could face open exit

    Broadband 03 12:01

  • How the fate of the US economy rests on a Dell workstation

    Quick, someone send Bernanke a supercomputer

    Financial News 03 12:02

  • Spice up your swim, with music

    Waterproof headphones and cases

    Hardware 03 12:15

  • Leadtek readies Cell-based video processing card

    Will not turn your PC into a PS3

    Hardware 03 12:16

  • Sony Ericsson zooms in on cameraphone tech

    Move in to zoom in, move out to zoom out

    Phones 03 12:47

  • PC market defies credit crunch

    HP bests Dell once again

    The Channel 03 12:54

  • Skype admits Chinese privacy breach

    Text messages tapped as well as censored

    Security 03 13:01

  • Roll up for the freetard smackdown

    El Reg infiltrates the UK's top cultural jaw-jaw

    Media 03 13:02

  • Eidos serves up ghoulish gaming treat

    Monster Lab videogame launched

    Phones 03 13:19

  • DRM-hating eMusic chief quits

    Farewell David Pakman

    Media 03 13:21

  • Tri-corders, alpine oxy-pills: Acropocalypse at DARPA


    Science 03 13:48

  • Spam swine break next-gen CAPTCHAs

    Hotmail, Gmail and kitchen-based checks all neutered

    Security 03 14:25

  • Reg readers: Distributed software development is hard

    But is there hope?

    Workshop 03 14:42

  • Barclaycard follows Barclays offline

    Different systems, same problems

    Financial News 03 14:47

  • Sega to launch PSP beater in 2009

    Upcoming handheld games, music, video player spied in the wild

    Games 03 14:51

  • EMI's Sadville man focuses Incoming Brain

    Buzzword Bingo

    Media 03 14:52

  • Commentard completely loses the plot

    Weighs into Reg readers, fists flying

    Bootnotes 03 15:14

  • Apple shares plunge after Jobs 'heart attack'

    Citizen journalism twaddle

    Financial News 03 17:02

  • Hackers exploit Neosploit to booby trap BBC, US postal service

    200K login credentials found on crimeware server

    Security 03 17:24

  • Sudden outbreak of democracy baffles US pundits

    That didn't last long

    Government 03 18:47

  • Microsoft taints open source CodePlex well

    Some projects less open than others

    Developer 03 18:57

  • Brit, German indicted for stateside satellite TV attacks

    Can't beat 'em? DoS 'em

    Security 03 19:14

  • Mapping the universe at 30 Terabytes a night

    Jeff Kantor, on building and managing a 150 Petabyte database

    Developer 03 19:15

  • HP preps secret iPhone rival

    Everyone loves a parade

    Mobile 03 23:26

  • Apple surrenders the Pink (to Microsoft)

    Zune pilfers famous codename

    Bootnotes 03 23:33

  • Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz calls it quits

    Parting is such sweet sorrow...bitch

    Business 03 23:51