10th October 2008 Archive

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  • US telco: 'Public broadband is illegal'

    Judge: 'Pull the other one'

    Broadband 10 Oct 00:02

  • Microsoft, Apple trumpet bevy of critical vulns

    Whether you're a Mac or a PC, you need patching

    Security 10 Oct 00:15

  • Bluetooth, iPods, HDDs to define in-car tech in 2009

    No longer options, now must-haves

    Science 10 Oct 07:23

  • Apple to detail latest laptops on 14 October

    But what'll Steve pull out of his envelope this time?

    Hardware 10 Oct 07:52

  • Plasmon Inc preps for rebirthing

    But little return expected on Plasmon Ltd

    Storage 10 Oct 09:00

  • MoD loses most of the armed forces

    Oh! what a lovely data loss

    Government 10 Oct 09:20

  • ATK shows off 'palletised, plug-in' robot cannon system

    From the crate to reaping fleshies in 10 minutes

    Science 10 Oct 09:25

  • Brussels bounces BT-Phorm quiz back to UK.gov

    'Let's try that once more shall we?'

    Broadband 10 Oct 10:02

  • Symantec hedges bets with large stake in hosted security

    MessageLabs deal pilots security giant into cloud computing

    Security 10 Oct 10:06

  • Serial commentard bitchslaps Reg hack

    'Run away you little pansy, the databases are coming'

    Bootnotes 10 Oct 10:10

  • Opera update quietly fixes bug brace

    Shh, we're guarding against 'severe' vulns

    Security 10 Oct 10:18

  • Radiation warning for low-energy lightbulbs

    UV emissions could be danger

    Science 10 Oct 10:22

  • Lenovo releases WiMax-fitted ThinkPads

    But only in Baltimore

    Broadband 10 Oct 10:33

  • US military: Electropulse bombs now from next year

    Maryland state gov preps tinfoil windmill defences

    Science 10 Oct 10:42

  • BT's 21st Century network, er... isn't

    No IPv6 support for you, sonny

    Data Networking 10 Oct 10:56

  • Nintendo unveils Wii Music

    Sounds good?

    Games 10 Oct 10:58

  • US woman shot by cast iron stove

    Pops a .22 cap in her sorry ass calf

    Bootnotes 10 Oct 11:00

  • BOFH: Unfriendly ghosts

    The expense of defence

    BOFH 10 Oct 11:02

  • Sun's not so cheap trick doesn't work

    A Unisys look-alike?

    Servers 10 Oct 11:10

  • Mandriva Linux 2009 threesome outed

    So many flavours, so little time

    The Channel 10 Oct 11:27

  • Taser rival offers cops 'Trade in your Taser' zapgun deal

    Also punts remote-control electroshock handcuffs

    Law 10 Oct 11:31

  • Asus Eee Box Atom-based desktop mini PC

    Small, Cheap Computers aren't just laptops, you know

    Hardware 10 Oct 11:35

  • Canada sex shop heist shafts proprietress

    Vibrator theft ruins buzz

    Bootnotes 10 Oct 11:38

  • Heads up, here's the HUD satnav

    AsusTek's projection satnav

    Science 10 Oct 11:48

  • Motorola's intros non-3G BlackBerry-style smartphone

    A phone, with a real keypad

    Phones 10 Oct 11:58

  • Startup promises auto Windows file virtualisation

    Consolidate file storage and drive up disk utilisation

    Storage 10 Oct 12:15

  • Turbo-charged wireless hacks threaten networks

    Graphics cards encryption skulduggery

    Security 10 Oct 12:25

  • US Justice Dept builds microwave heat-ray 'rifle'

    Settings: Radar, pain-blaster or nudie perv scan

    Science 10 Oct 12:34

  • BlackBerry Bold drops off Orange website

    Video software problems to blame?

    Phones 10 Oct 12:58

  • C4 abandons DAB

    Farewell, consortium

    Media 10 Oct 13:00

  • Dial 'M' for Microsoft's new programming language

    Oslo trio uncovered

    Developer 10 Oct 13:02

  • Vista scrabbles for X Factor

    You can't sing, you can't dance - what do you want me to say?

    Bootnotes 10 Oct 13:03

  • Channel 4 in Heathrow Playmobil reconstruction shocker


    Bootnotes 10 Oct 13:22

  • 'World's first' WiMax mobile phone spied

    HTC planning Russian WiMax launch?

    Phones 10 Oct 13:33

  • Oz radio newsreader skips broadcast for Facebook

    IT team probe exposes social networking hackette

    Bootnotes 10 Oct 14:02

  • Laptops to blame for Qantas jet plunge?

    Cargo hold over-filled with XXXX no longer thought responsible

    Hardware 10 Oct 14:14

  • Virgin Media calls foul on web speed testers

    'We're just too quick for you'

    Broadband 10 Oct 14:18

  • Verizon to charge for message termination

    Feed the masses, threepence a time

    Mobile 10 Oct 14:35

  • PayPal top-up card is titsup

    And nobody knows anything

    Financial News 10 Oct 14:41

  • OpenOffice.org welcomes gatecrashers to version 3.0 orgy

    Key-swapping is optional extra

    Applications 10 Oct 14:50

  • Agile Development’s Secret Sauce

    It’s all in the recipe

    Workshop 10 Oct 15:12

  • Merrill Lynch buys IBM's iDataPlex blades

    But with whose cash?

    Servers 10 Oct 15:24

  • MS: Xbox will not go Blu

    Giant has 'no plans' to bring the format to its console

    Games 10 Oct 16:17

  • Imation backpedals in Q3

    Blames The Meltdown

    Storage 10 Oct 18:04

  • Scotland Mountain Rescue turns on Ofcom

    Volunteers asked to put anger into words

    Government 10 Oct 18:10

  • Lenny might be late

    Debian: 'We're almost there'

    Operating Systems 10 Oct 18:17

  • New Google bugs empower phishermen

    Domain vuln + frame injection = dead ringer spoof pages

    Security 10 Oct 19:19

  • Wal-Mart pressured into tune keys life support

    DRM servers open 'for the present time'

    Media 10 Oct 19:49

  • Gates dethroned as tech's richest get thumped

    Larry Ellison searches sofa for change

    Financial News 10 Oct 20:59

  • Organized crime tampers with European card swipe devices

    Customer data beamed overseas

    Security 10 Oct 21:21

  • Sprint execs named 'most overpaid' in 2007

    $74m in CEO pay, $29bn in losses

    Financial News 10 Oct 23:34

  • SpringSource regains footing with support change

    Inclusive, not exclusive

    Developer 10 Oct 23:39