30th January 2009 Archive

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  • Citrix ejects 10 per cent of staff

    Looks to the clouds

    Financial News 30 00:29

  • Novell GroupWise bug threatens mass email theft

    A mole's dream

    Security 30 01:23

  • Memo to Microsoft: Enough with the SKUed Windows

    Windows 7 netbook plus for all

    Operating Systems 30 03:42

  • Yahoo! lobs! Briefcase! into! rubbish! bin!

    Google generation abandons YDrive

    Applications 30 05:48

  • Intel's Moblin 2 scurries into the wild

    'Fastbooting' netbook Linux

    Developer 30 05:53

  • 3G forever, cries Carter

    Spectrum licences don't wear out like they used to

    Mobile 30 07:02

  • Asus N50 15in laptop

    Have integrated ionizer, will purify air

    Laptops 30 09:02

  • Aperi dies on its arse

    Time-wasting diversion keels over

    Storage 30 10:02

  • PwC auditors fingered for Satyam fraud

    Beancounters been fiddling

    The Channel 30 10:09

  • Outsourcing suddenly less popular

    Potential savings don't amount to a hill of beans in this crazy downturn

    The Channel 30 10:30

  • Lucky Mancs could get ID cards first, Jacqui declares

    Praises the fall of gangs, hails New Order

    Government 30 10:57

  • Council fields world's first rubbish-fuelled rubbish truck

    Electric revolution in... er... Huddersfield

    Science 30 11:04

  • Patent app reveals Microsoft's smart smartphone cradle

    Halfway house between phone and PC

    Phones 30 11:06

  • First 'fully accurate' totally voice-controlled phone unveiled

    'Look, ma, no hands'

    Phones 30 11:11

  • Bosses swear data protection oath

    No, really this time, honest

    Government 30 11:15

  • Street View vehicle kills Bambi

    Cervine slaughter outrage rocks cyberspace

    Bootnotes 30 11:16

  • Boffins: Blue light kills MRSA 'superbugs'

    Just ask to ride on the ambulance roof

    Science 30 11:17

  • Techwatch weathers DDoS extortion attack

    Botnet blackmail

    Small Biz 30 11:19

  • Online data shows netbook demand rocketing

    Ten per cent of online buyers have one

    Hardware 30 11:54

  • Dell smartphones coming next month?

    Mole claims dual handset launch within weeks

    Phones 30 11:59

  • Texas lawyer sues Citibank over fake cheque scam

    'I'm a capital 'D' Dumbass', admits fleeced victim of Lads from Lagos

    Security 30 12:16

  • The Register Guide to securing your network

    Showing our vulnerability side

    Security 30 12:24

  • KCOM chops 150 as integration business slides

    Hullo, goodbye

    The Channel 30 12:35

  • 1m French out of work thanks to dodgy data - UK next?

    Get vetted and go... on the dole

    Government 30 12:39

  • American Stereotype™ walks Google's mean Street View

    Gun? Check. Liquor? Check

    Bootnotes 30 12:54

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1 12Mp µ4/3s camera

    The future of the bridge camera?

    Hardware 30 13:02

  • The HTML that says no - Joi Ito's pitch for a theft-free web

    But it's Creative Commons, not DRM

    Media 30 13:08

  • Firefox 3.1 release date hampered by cheeky monkey

    Show-stopping bugs could see browser slip into Q2

    Applications 30 13:17

  • Apache gunbird used as robo kill-chopper fleet command ship

    Gov-conspiracy pilots' reps vow to fight layoffs

    Government 30 13:26

  • Birmingham drops the possessive apostrophe

    'Pedants’ revolt' brewing, Times suggests

    Bootnotes 30 13:27

  • Acer test drives latest Ferrari notebook


    Hardware 30 13:38

  • Gordo's mobe interrupts economic summit

    I'll name that ringtone in one, Prime Minister

    Bootnotes 30 13:45

  • Nintendo inks 'Spring-Summer' DSi launch for Europe

    Eairlier than expected

    Games 30 13:50

  • Swiss cops sniff out dope plantation on Google Earth

    'An interesting chance discovery'

    Bootnotes 30 14:04

  • DEC 'hacker' questions McKinnon political bandwagon

    Boris didn't big me up - what gives?

    Security 30 14:19

  • Orange adds PAYG BlackBerry

    The choice for cheapskates?

    Phones 30 14:36

  • Nigerian car thief turns into sheep

    Swiftly cuffed in vigilante ovine suppression op

    Bootnotes 30 15:04

  • Encryption standards are here - but not for flash or tape

    Code this. Or don't

    Storage 30 15:11

  • Experian sends 'cheap' Lord a-leaping

    Don't let the door hit your bulging back pocket

    Government 30 15:17

  • Fring snuggles with Last.fm

    But how long before the music stops?

    VoIP 30 15:23

  • Dell quietly jacks up EMEA prices

    Currency just ain't wot it used to be

    The Channel 30 15:29

  • First piss-drinking astronauts to go on live TV

    Golden new dawn for spacefaring

    Science 30 15:56

  • HP gives SMBs zero per cent financing

    IT follows auto makers down that road

    Data Centre 30 15:57

  • US school in toothless Obama worm infection

    Round up the dweebiest suspects

    Security 30 15:58

  • ISPs relieved not to be Carter's Cops

    There will be no disconnection today, gentlemen

    Broadband 30 16:08


    Bootnotes 30 16:13

  • Toshiba plays sugar daddy to SanDisk

    Fab financial footwork for flash

    Financial News 30 16:23

  • White Space lobby leaps to Europe

    What's good for the sceptics...

    Mobile 30 17:51

  • Humyo cloud disappears from afternoon sky

    Hi ho! Hi ho! It's off to no work we go

    Servers 30 17:56

  • T3 girds loins for IBM legal fight

    Microsoft money steels clone mainframer

    Servers 30 18:12

  • Microsemi CEO slapped for fabricating degrees

    Chip maker will fine (but keep) its chief

    Financial News 30 19:10

  • Silverlight 3 and 4 to 'open up new areas' - Microsoft

    Dig it, man

    Applications 30 20:28

  • Windows 7 UAC shutoff 'bug' leaves Microsoft unmoved

    Insecure by design?

    Security 30 20:34

  • Google Chocolate Factory leaks (more) GDrive talk

    Oompa Loompa 'monitors' your clicks

    Applications 30 20:52

  • NEC to axe 20,000

    The meltdown is turning Japanese

    Financial News 30 20:57