28th October 2008 Archive

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  • Scientists prep robo-Freud for depressed astronauts

    'I miss the earth so much, I miss my wife'

    Science 28 00:37

  • Student charged after alerting principal to server hack

    'Intentional criminal act'?

    Security 28 00:38

  • Microsoft could block popular Azure apps

    Don't put your business on the cloud, Mrs. Worthington

    Developer 28 01:24

  • Anti-white-space lobby enlists God, Dolly Parton

    A wireless divine right

    Mobile 28 01:43

  • Parcel mules scam exposed

    Cybercrook, keen phisherman seeks reliable partners on dating sites

    Security 28 04:17

  • Berkeley boffins save Moore's Law

    Plasmonic lens beats photolithographic limit

    Science 28 04:20

  • London consumers trounce corporates in wireless security

    WEPs of mass destruction

    Security 28 06:02

  • 3PAR partially makes its mind-up on SSD

    Drives chassis approach

    Storage 28 06:02

  • MoD pledges greener buying

    First step - low-energy radar

    Government 28 09:14

  • SAP profits fall, abandons full year forecast

    The future's not ours to see

    Financial News 28 09:16

  • The netbook newbie's guide to Linux

    One small step for Man...

    Software 28 09:26

  • French map out digital economy

    L'auction d'analogue, et apres

    Mobile 28 09:55

  • Asus' sexed-up Eee PC 1000-series netbook spied on web

    Take S101 chassis, add 1000H internals

    Hardware 28 09:59

  • Microsoft's Azure means dark days for storage vendors

    No silver lining here

    Storage 28 10:15

  • Humax names Freesat HD DVR debut date

    Dual tuners, 320GB HDD on board

    Media 28 10:36

  • Sun, Fujitsu launches entry quad-core Sparc box

    Mostly for developers, sometimes for apps

    Servers 28 10:45

  • Home Office guides plods on photography

    'There are no restrictions, but...'

    Government 28 11:02

  • The New Green Aristocracy

    They don't work for you

    Science 28 11:03

  • Harman Kardon brings high-end media centre to Blighty

    Hardware 28 11:23

  • Reding demands super-regulator to thwart US telco domination

    Viv not beaten yet

    Networks 28 11:48

  • How storage can save the world

    Have you hugged your storage manager today?

    Storage 28 11:50

  • IT contractor broke law in data raid on playground firm

    Copyright and database laws violated

    Law 28 11:58

  • WD Caviar Black 1TB vs Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 1.5TB

    High-capacity hard drive shoot-out

    Storage 28 12:02

  • VIA, MS fuel China-led low-cost laptop invasion

    Nano + XP = cheap-as-chips kit

    Hardware 28 12:04

  • Plymouth nurse punted panties on eBay

    'Naughty knicks' fingered by NHS IT security team

    Bootnotes 28 12:05

  • Immature tech likely to get lucky in credit crunch

    Security pros: 'Uh oh'

    Security 28 12:15

  • Plasma rocket space drive in key test milestone

    Nuke tech could carry astronauts beyond Mars

    Science 28 12:18

  • UK Govt claims lead in 'green motoring revolution'

    £100m Low Carbon Vehicles Innovation Platform announced

    Science 28 12:38

  • YaGoogleSoft! adopt voluntary 'code of ethics'

    No more grassing up Chinese dissidents?

    Government 28 12:42

  • Android security, market place under fire

    Researchers stick fingers in, developers put hands out

    Mobile 28 12:58

  • NHS IT project pulled up by hiatus hernia

    BT is 'taking stock'

    Government 28 13:21

  • Official who lost secret al-Qaeda report pleads guilty

    'My bad', says forgetful vomiter

    Government 28 13:28

  • Microsoft faces second 'black screen' lawsuit

    China still not happy

    Operating Systems 28 13:34

  • Led Zeppelin plan Plant-free tour

    The song remains not quite the same

    Bootnotes 28 13:36

  • Apple prices iPhone at $666, says analyst

    Devilishly good margins made

    Phones 28 14:16

  • Beeb cans TOTP Xmas special

    'So here it isn't, merry Christmas...'

    Media 28 14:39

  • Peaches Geldof cops a severe shoeing

    Readers nuke Nylon piece from orbit - repeatedly

    Bootnotes 28 15:14

  • Home Office acts to kick out Iceland's hate preachers

    No safe haven for Norway or Liechtenstein

    Law 28 15:19

  • Big Blue to build DARPA cat-brain machine

    To scale through 'entire range of mammalian intelligence'

    Government 28 15:22

  • Intel misses Competition Commission deadline

    Chip giant waits for court decision

    Hardware 28 15:34

  • Pipex upgrade causes email snafu

    Customers cut off by settings change

    Broadband 28 15:54

  • Windows 7 early promise: Passes the Vista test

    Safe, solid - exciting?

    The Channel 28 16:00

  • Microsoft unveils 'lightweight' Office for Web

    Works in Firefox, Safari and IE

    Applications 28 17:25

  • IT credit crunch comes home to roost

    Tech lease defaults on the rise

    Financial News 28 17:31

  • 'Series of Tubes' Senator convicted of corruption

    McCain calls for resignation

    Government 28 18:43

  • Google settles Book Search suit for $125m

    Will sell scanned works

    Media 28 18:47

  • Windows 7 borrows from OS X, avoids Vista

    No pain, no gain

    Operating Systems 28 19:45

  • TSA vows relaxation of carry-on liquid limits

    Pulling the curtain on 'security theater'

    Security 28 20:26

  • Carmack's rocket wins $350,000 in mock moon mission

    Third time's the charm for Doom creator

    Science 28 21:18

  • Intel sees little trouble in big China

    Defies Meltdown with $20m solar play

    Financial News 28 23:27

  • E-voting fears run high as election day looms

    'Flipped' votes reported in three states

    Security 28 23:36

  • Google sends 'Duke of Data Centers' to Land of Oz?

    Down Under with Project Will Power

    Servers 28 23:46