17th November 2008 Archive

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  • Adobe rallies Flash and AIR mobile partners

    End of the single Player?

    Developer 17 05:02

  • HP fine-tunes Opteron rack box for nonexistent servers

    Boosts virtualized blade bandwidth

    Servers 17 05:02

  • Top 500 supers: Big Blue Roadrunner outpaces Jaguar

    Petaflops abound

    Servers 17 05:02

  • Hidden recipes for OS X charts and graphs

    Get behind Activity Monitor

    Developer 17 06:02

  • Dell Studio Hybrid mini desktop PC

    Curvy, slim and sexy

    Hardware 17 09:53

  • 'Meh' makes Collins English Dictionary

    Whatever

    Bootnotes 17 09:54

  • Atos Origin suffers boardroom coup

    Chief exec shown the door

    The Channel 17 10:04

  • EMC's preferred cloud architecture is Art Decho

    We have a vision - but no CEO

    Virtualization 17 10:17

  • BT threatens to pull plug on better broadband

    Piling pressure on Ofcom

    Broadband 17 10:18

  • Google voice still not on iPhone

    Why won't anyone listen to me?

    Mobile 17 10:29

  • Hands on with the INQ1 Facebook phone

    Phone + Facebook = INQ1

    Phones 17 10:36

  • Unhappy people watch more telly

    Financial crisis? Stick the idiot's lantern on

    Bootnotes 17 10:54

  • Leicester nursery loses memory stick with children's details

    Details of 80 children potentially AWOL

    Government 17 11:03

  • Agile fraudsters prey on clueless UK surfers

    Get Safe Online week aims to curtail easy pickings

    Security 17 11:14

  • Gov to Manchester: No new trams without road pricing

    One-way congestion charge favours night shift

    Government 17 11:17

  • China clamps down on miming musos

    Ministry of culture pulls plug on lip-synch

    Bootnotes 17 11:21

  • Nissan: buy our electric cars... rent our batteries

    Cheaper in the long run?

    Science 17 11:23

  • Nokia rings warning bell

    20 million handsets down in Q4

    Mobile 17 11:25

  • Xbox 360 nears 25m global sales mark

    Wii still streets ahead, though

    Games 17 11:44

  • Carphone Warehouse considers TalkTalk amputation

    ByeBye?

    Mobile 17 11:49

  • Sun gives StarOffice ninth life

    $34.95 for 3 support calls, update button

    Applications 17 12:02

  • Linux weaktops poised for death by smartphone

    Powerless against Jobsian divinity

    Hardware 17 12:02

  • Asus launches 'world's fastest' smartphone

    An 800MHz CPU on board

    Mobile 17 12:02

  • Safari 3.2 update leaves Mac fanboys' balls in a spin

    Apple fails to shoot from hip with latest browser

    Applications 17 12:20

  • Magazine faces legal action for bowing to legal action

    Wiki-madness

    Law 17 12:31

  • UK health records should not be flogged off

    Health watchdog barks

    Government 17 12:57

  • Adobe pinballs 64-bit Flash Player 10 alpha into Linux orbit

    Astro climbs on board openista ship

    Applications 17 13:01

  • Fujitsu boffins build 'god-view' cam rig for drivers

    Third-person perspective motoring

    Science 17 13:33

  • Slo-mo MoD budget traincrash rolls on

    But the wireless cam-grenade will save us all

    Government 17 13:43

  • UK govt cuts web shoppers a break

    Customs Duty threshold raised

    Small Biz 17 13:48

  • Chinese TV suspends footie coverage

    Lads not giving 110% in the 'professional ethics' department

    Bootnotes 17 13:49

  • Nintendo 'bans' second-hand WiiSpeak sales

    Wii Speak Channel download code only works once

    Games 17 13:50

  • Platform fires discount cluster tools into schools

    A little kindness goes a long way - to future sales

    Servers 17 13:56

  • Supercomputing past masters resurface with coder-friendly cluster

    Convex Convey boasts unified programming

    Servers 17 14:02

  • El Reg seeks top net neologism

    Pod slurping? Meh

    Bootnotes 17 14:38

  • US Justice Department free to track mobile phone users

    If you have nothing to hide...

    Mobile 17 14:46

  • MS explains 7-year patch delay

    Legacy networking problem cure as bad as disease

    Security 17 15:02

  • One-eyed woman wants techno-vision

    Glass eye-cum-camcorder, please

    Hardware 17 15:15

  • Citibank, RBS and JP Morgan wield gilt edged axe

    City workers under siege

    Management 17 15:28

  • Three SiPort Inc bosses slain in gun rampage

    Ex-employee Jing Hua Wu arrested on suspicion of triple murder

    Law 17 15:34

  • Beeb gets its rocks off in Second Life

    E-shag guide: First, buy enormous e-todger...

    Bootnotes 17 16:12

  • Cybercrooks launch DDoS assault on anti-fraud site

    Backhanded compliment

    Security 17 16:37

  • Microsoft and HP gun for Hyper-Victory with SMEs

    Deep, down and dirty with the little guy

    Virtualization 17 17:13

  • Geek Wheels touted as the ultimate tech scooter

    Mo' 'ped

    Science 17 17:53

  • Obama's BlackBerry to be banned?

    Law could see President-Elect ditch email

    Mobile 17 18:33

  • Fujitsu follows Seagate with svelte 6Gbps SAS drive

    Sealed cannister love

    Storage 17 19:09

  • Apple sued over Jesus Phone 'hairline cracks'

    Divine handset exhibits flaws of the flesh

    Mobile 17 19:11

  • Mark Cuban charged with insider trading

    SEC: Mamma.com stock was so ugly...

    Financial News 17 20:13

  • Symantec's John Thompson to retire as CEO

    Will remain chairman of the board

    Security 17 21:49

  • Microsoft crashes Adobe RIA party

    Adobe throws sand in Microsoft's face

    Developer 17 22:13