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10th February 2009 Archive

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  • Kaspersky: no personal information lifted during web hack

    Vows independent audit by security expert

    Security 10 00:35

  • Delayed Debian plans Valentine's weekend arrival

    Android phones, prepare to get hacked

    Operating Systems 10 00:36

  • Ex-eBay CEO to bid for Schwarzenegger's California job

    What, no 'buy it now' option?

    Government 10 00:45

  • Deconstructing and rebuilding IBM's server sales

    Up is not always up, and neither is down

    Servers 10 01:19

  • Red Hat updates real-time Linux

    Fedora 11 goes alpha, too

    Storage 10 01:31

  • XSS bug crawls all over PayPal page

    'Fugitif' strikes again

    Security 10 02:10

  • Google beds Microsoft for mobile sync service

    Who's the big dog now?

    Software 10 02:24

  • Intel releases eight-headed* beast

    * - misbehaving heads may be severed

    Hardware 10 04:35

  • Big Blue boasts cloud drag-and-drop

    Private fluff meets public fluff

    Servers 10 05:02

  • Europe gets first petaflops super

    Gauss Genes, anyone?

    Servers 10 05:02

  • New-age cyber-attack inflicts major damage with modest means

    Ladyboydolls.com and the new DDoS

    Security 10 05:07

  • Nokia N85 smartphone

    Puts in a big-hitting performance

    Phones 10 09:02

  • No Intel mobile price cuts coming until June, say moles

    Recession delays new-tech introductions too

    Hardware 10 09:53

  • MPs confirm new information commissioner

    Ask him anything

    Government 10 09:54

  • Tories search Google for economic policy

    Gentleman bankers and Schmidt solve credit crisis

    Government 10 09:59

  • AMD 'confirms' unannounced mobile, desktop GPUs

    Driver support now in place

    Hardware 10 10:14

  • 3G BlackBerry Curve said to be in the works

    'Gemini' has revamped keypad too

    Phones 10 10:23

  • Amazon: Kindle 2 to sell internationally

    We just don't know when

    Hardware 10 10:25

  • US Navy SEALs buy twin-screen laptops, refuse Vista

    Blu-Ray drive essential military kit, seemingly

    Hardware 10 10:39

  • Scotland to battle grey squirrel invaders

    £1.3m investment to save the native red

    Science 10 11:04

  • Intel advances 32nm mobile CPU+GPU rollout to Q1 2010

    45nm version dropped from roadmap

    Hardware 10 11:05

  • DSA looks at 3D animated driving tests

    Theory tests to get souped-up

    Government 10 11:06

  • Sony Ericsson unwraps entertainment duo

    One for photography fans, the other for music buffs

    Phones 10 11:13

  • How can I get a Creative Zen to work with a Mac?

    Hardware 10 11:21

  • Canadian boffins develop mindreader headband

    'We can prove we think it works'

    Science 10 11:31

  • IBM's winter storage blast

    Blizzard of announcements

    Storage 10 11:40

  • Which wireless technologies will get credit crunched?

    Goodnight, lemmings

    Networks 10 12:02

  • UK cybercrime unit to meet IT leaders

    Cleaning up the mean online streets

    Law 10 12:12

  • Wacky Jacqui Smith says whole country crusading against CCTV

    Impales self on own negative, and boosts Tories

    Government 10 12:55

  • Morse sells loss-making consultancy

    Navigant steps in

    The Channel 10 13:08

  • Rogue admin faces court delay

    SF scallywag cooling boots til Friday

    Bootnotes 10 13:12

  • Dell streamlines channel biz exec team

    Reasserts commitment to partners

    The Channel 10 13:17

  • Joker must retire, insist Heath Ledger fans

    'Any other performance will be below expectations'

    Bootnotes 10 13:20

  • New ISS piss-extractor drinks unit to go up on Discovery

    A watershed for space exploration

    Science 10 13:43

  • Large Hadron Timewaster

    No collisions till October at earliest

    Science 10 13:58

  • Archos announces Android web tablet

    HD playback supported

    Hardware 10 14:07

  • Retailer posts unannounced Nokia phone's spec

    E75 detailed

    Phones 10 14:22

  • Anonymous digs ahead of more assaults on Scientology

    'Time to finish what was started'

    Law 10 14:45

  • Brum laid bare on OpenStreetMap

    First UK city with full-fat coverage

    Developer 10 14:50

  • Police bail sysadmin in animal rights extremism probe

    Colo contract prompts Serious Crime Act arrest

    Law 10 15:01

  • O2 saunters into laptop market

    Just little ones though

    Hardware 10 15:15

  • Mexican phone firms to fingerprint new customers

    If they have any fingers left, that is

    Phones 10 15:17

  • Freeway-averse Peapod runabout to go on sale in April

    Your chance to buy the self-propelled iPod dock

    Science 10 15:44

  • Norfolk town's schools first to be heated by burning cattle

    Should schools have to offer vegetarian heating?

    Science 10 15:45

  • Ticketmaster and Live Nation forge unholy alliance

    Because concert-going still isn't quite pricey enough for us

    Media 10 16:09

  • Phorm: BT system 'most definitely' online by end of 2009

    BT: Umm... err... yeah?

    Broadband 10 16:12

  • You did what? The trials of supporting remote users

    It's a dirty job, but...

    Notebooks 10 16:22

  • Intel to spend $7bn to upgrade US factories

    Setting an investment example for Washington

    Hardware 10 16:40

  • UFO ruled out of wind farm prang

    Mechanical failure did for Lincolnshire turbine

    Bootnotes 10 16:55

  • Flash mem maker Spansion Japan files for bankruptcy

    Sale in the works?

    Financial News 10 18:49

  • BitDefender distances self from gaping BitDefender.pt breach

    Can you trust the gatekeeper?

    Security 10 19:32

  • Symantec takes on Mozy with cloud backup

    Cumulo Symanticus

    Storage 10 19:53

  • Microsoft promises to slash cost of 'high-end' search

    FAST and SharePoint enterprise roadmap outlined

    Applications 10 19:57

  • Intel confirms Nehalem Xeons imminent

    Two-socket to me

    Servers 10 20:25

  • Intel 'accelerates' 32nm chip launch

    Keeping up with the meres and the dales

    Hardware 10 21:18

  • Hackintosh maker lands Apple punch

    Judge approves Psystar for more fight

    Hardware 10 21:37

  • Unisys tastes recession red ink

    Who wants a server maker?

    Financial News 10 21:51

  • Fraudsters cream opposition in cybercrime wars

    Unsafe Internet Day

    Security 10 21:54

  • Windows Vista man channels Neil Diamond with debut album

    Allchin salves your his soul

    Bootnotes 10 22:43

  • China preps internet porn snitching awards

    Ceiling cat wants the washer/dryer set

    Networks 10 23:15