24th > January > 2009 Archive


Google Analytics crippled by autoimmune disease

UpdatedYou have no interest in using Google Gmail? You're not alone. Google Analytics feels much the same way.
Cade Metz, 24 Jan 2009

Samsung posts first-ever quarterly loss

There's more gloomy financial news from the tech sector today with Samsung reporting its first-ever quarterly loss.
Austin Modine, 24 Jan 2009

25 years of Mac - the good, the bad, and the cheese grater

OpinionOn Saturday, January 24th, the Apple Macintosh turns 25. Over the short history of personal computing, no machine has inspired so much love and so much loathing, so many fanatical fans and so many frothing detractors.
Rik Myslewski, 24 Jan 2009

Monster.com suffers database breach deja vu

For the second time in 18 months, employment search site Monster.com has lost a wealth of personal data belonging to millions of job seekers after its database was illegally accessed.
Dan Goodin, 24 Jan 2009

Extreme porn law goes live - are you ready?

Unless you happen to have been living on Mars for the last year or so, you probably know that this week (January 26 to be precise) it will become a criminal offence (in England and Wales) to possess pictures that the government deems to be "extreme porn". You might also be aware of two diametrically opposed views on this legislation.
Jane Fae , 24 Jan 2009

Hands on with Sony's Vaio P netbook

Tony Smith, 24 Jan 2009

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