15th December 2008 Archive

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  • Mobile spy app pitched at paranoid partners

    'I think I'm paranoid'

    Phones 15 00:02

  • ADSL - the VoIP killer

    Weak link in reliability chain

    VoIP 15 08:40

  • 2008's top three compact cameras

    Supreme small snappers

    Hardware 15 09:02

  • Cloud computing what’s really going on?

    A chance for you to have your say

    Productivity 15 10:16

  • Xmas 2008 Prezzy Trail

    Looking for last-minute inspiration?

    Hardware 15 10:45

  • NetApp closes down a replication product line

    Haifa development centre jobs under threat

    Storage 15 11:01

  • Browsers fail password protection tests

    Toxic soup of potential vulnerabilities

    Security 15 11:16

  • Attack of the quarter-ton, 'fridge-sized' killer jellyfish

    US gov: Slime-swarms threaten humanity's survival

    Science 15 11:25

  • Sony readies Walkman assault on iPod Touch

    The Walkman to beat all Walkmans?

    Hardware 15 11:35

  • Are iPhone users just tight?

    I'd buy that for a dollar

    Developer 15 12:20

  • Asus sexes up Eee PC 1000 series

    Notebook-style netbook debuts

    Hardware 15 12:47

  • Aussie protests over Great Firewall

    World+dingo objects

    Government 15 12:59

  • Roberts RDK-2 kitchen radio

    A 'kitchen radio' actually designed for the kitchen

    Hardware 15 13:02

  • Native Client d**k-swinging met with fake Googasm

    World notices Microsoft not dying

    Developer 15 13:02

  • The power of OS X hot keys unlocked

    Things aren't what they seem

    Developer 15 13:02

  • Managing the IT-IT-business relationship

    Grab a coffee and have a look at our poll

    Infrastructure 15 13:02

  • Germans offer MoD hope of Eurofighter postponement

    Blighty tries to shift surplus '80s superjets

    Government 15 13:29

  • Microsoft releases first flaky iPhone app

    Wot no Windows Mobile version?

    Mobile 15 13:33

  • MS issues brown alert over unpatched IE 7 flaw

    One in 500 exposed

    Security 15 14:06

  • Original lightsabre sale brings big, big bucks

    Sherrving! Kerrrching!

    Bootnotes 15 14:11

  • Hitachi Data Systems SSD flashes into view

    Will support HGST/Intel flash later

    Storage 15 14:15

  • Centera Belgian development centre to close

    Centera itself not threatened, though

    Storage 15 14:20

  • Virgin Media opens bandwidth choke for 50Mb launch

    If you've £51 per month to spare

    Networks 15 14:35

  • Quasar scrutineers use entire galaxy as telescope lens

    Dr Boffin: 'We could spot loose change beyond Moon orbit'

    Science 15 15:05

  • The £3 phone

    Splash out and buy two

    Phones 15 15:08

  • 2TB Caviar drive too good to be true?

    Quite right - but Czech website blows the gaff

    Storage 15 15:28

  • Flab-fighting EV powered by pizza

    No pain, no gain - and no mileage either

    Science 15 15:34

  • SGI slashes 15 per cent of its workforce

    The computers are super - business, not so much

    Data Centre 15 15:51

  • Couple to get hitched in Halo wedding

    Just think of the honeymoon...

    Games 15 16:04

  • Cryptic colour clock

    Bonkers

    Hardware 15 16:18

  • The role of the application platform

    Where’s yours going?

    Systems 15 16:24

  • Pret customers get free Wi-Fi

    Put that in your pipe and smoke it, Starbucks

    Networks 15 16:28

  • Fifth man pleads guilty over Citibank ATM hack scam

    Round up the unusual suspects

    Security 15 16:52

  • Verari, Rackable look to leasing

    Cash is scarce right now in Server Land

    Servers 15 16:58

  • FCC kills Puritanical wireless vote

    After whinging from Pres, lawmakers

    Broadband 15 18:28

  • Apologies after teacher's 'Linux holding back kids' claim

    Rant 2.0

    Operating Systems 15 18:59

  • AMD spins dual-core Phenom Cartwheel

    K10 goes budget

    Hardware 15 19:48

  • Google hints at the End of Net Neutrality

    This cache makes perfect sense

    Networks 15 19:49

  • Web who's who botches secure sockets layer

    Boffin outs CIA, NASA, and Microsoft

    Security 15 22:01

  • Orwellian Apple ad celebrates 25th birthday

    The year was 1984 1983...

    Bootnotes 15 23:29