12th March 2009 Archive

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  • Aussie firms makes Surface-readable business cards

    MS tech serves up employee pics, Tweets, blog posts

    Hardware 12 00:02

  • Wikileaked donor list shames US lawmaker

    IT pro bares 4,700 names and numbers

    Security 12 00:21

  • Wall Street: Google, Apple good - Palm, AMD bad

    The Meltdown shuffle

    Financial News 12 00:28

  • Texas Memory Systems punts Texas-sized SSD

    450GB PCI-Express server flash

    Storage 12 04:02

  • Vodafone Music drops the protection

    Like Amazon, only more expensive

    Mobile 12 05:02

  • Poor pound ups Wii's trade price

    Gamers facing ten per cent price hike

    Games 12 05:02

  • IBM rejiggers x64 servers, blades

    Fat Opteron plus new chassis, disks, SSDs

    Servers 12 06:02

  • Failed probation system 'masterclass in sloppy management'

    Even the NAO is impressed

    Government 12 08:32

  • Apple 24in iMac (March 2009)

    Not enough of an upgrade?

    Hardware 12 09:02

  • Grand Theft Auto IV update spied in publisher's accounts

    Fiscal filing promises game update before the financial year's out

    Games 12 10:24

  • ContactPoint will cost more than thought

    Gov project in budget creep shock

    Government 12 10:25

  • Hydrogen leak grounds Discovery

    Launch no sooner than Sunday

    Science 12 10:26

  • Court rules 'ceaseless liability' for net libel fine for free speech

    European Court of Human Rights backs old English law

    Law 12 10:48

  • Designers mock up bonkers 'leccy car concepts

    The future of motoring?

    Science 12 11:00

  • Three short papers about virtualization and data centres

    I am a recovering tape addict

    Virtualization 12 11:02

  • Bletchley Park attracts £300k extra funding

    Round of applause for Milton Keynes Council

    Science 12 11:16

  • BT freezes wages for 100,000

    Bosses can expect 'substantially reduced' bonuses

    Broadband 12 11:16

  • 'Bland' iPod Shuffle gets third-party arty visual update

    Designer displays his etchings

    Hardware 12 11:18

  • O2 wins UK Palm Pré exclusive?

    Market sources claim carrier will offer iPhone, iPhone clone

    Phones 12 11:34

  • Google Voice goes call-forward crazy in US

    All your talk are belong to us

    Broadband 12 11:41

  • Gates retakes rich list top spot as Zuckerberg slides off chart

    Life's a... bitch

    Bootnotes 12 11:46

  • FAST fingers another Cardiff biz over software compliance

    Outcome of probe remains a mystery

    The Channel 12 12:05

  • Level 3 burglary gang plead guilty

    Trio face up to 10 years each

    Security 12 12:09

  • Nintendo shifts 100m DS consoles worldwide

    Double the PSP's tally

    Games 12 12:17

  • Samsung quietly uncovers stylish music player

    Q2 unveiled

    Hardware 12 12:26

  • Superfast-charging batteries? Whoa there, MIT

    New 'lectrode tech causes premature inkgasm

    Hardware 12 12:38

  • Rogue international ‘M&A advisors’ target Brit ISP customers

    FSA warns on ‘Recovery Room’ cons

    Financial News 12 12:47

  • Sofia Dark Knight Englundh protests footie chant slur

    My surname's non-English, non-drunken

    Bootnotes 12 12:54

  • UK.gov thinks internet should be run like BSkyB

    Makes case with Wikipedia cut'n'paste

    Broadband 12 13:08

  • BBC botnet investigation turns hacks into hackers

    Changing PCs without permission always wrong

    Security 12 13:10

  • Robbie Williams, Billy Bragg et al say downloads aren't illegal

    Hits out at music industry bigwigs

    Media 12 13:20

  • Georgia withdraws from South Ossetia Eurovision

    Declines to substitute 'anti-Putin' ditty

    Bootnotes 12 13:23

  • Dell cooks up all-in-one PC treat

    Suggests putting it in the kitchen

    Hardware 12 13:25

  • Google jacks up fees for Checkout service

    Rip-off Britain is back

    The Channel 12 13:54

  • UK's privacy watchdog not very bitey

    Trailing Europe on fining powers

    Law 12 14:19

  • 'Sunshade' global-cooling plan would ruin solar power

    And then we'd never beat global warming! Hold on...

    Science 12 14:27

  • Romanian cops cuff 20 phishing suspects

    Big phish

    Security 12 14:54

  • Kodak ESP 7 all-in-one inkjet printer

    Photo printing doesn't get much cheaper

    Hardware 12 15:02

  • Govt advisor calls violent-videogame tax

    Fears over alleged 'negative impact' of games on teens

    Games 12 15:18

  • EC calls for tech help on carbon targets

    Making micro-generation work

    Science 12 15:42

  • Amazon's cloud adds reserved seating

    Pay now, play later

    Servers 12 15:51

  • Ice in fuel feed caused Heathrow 777 crash

    Further AAIB tests confirm early findings

    Science 12 16:43

  • Texting peer released from prison

    Sentence suspended for 12 months

    Mobile 12 16:51

  • Science-boosting thickie questionnaire backfires

    California Academy of Sciences flunks own poll

    Science 12 16:52

  • Nature security breach prompts password reset

    Hacked in tooth and claw

    Security 12 17:01

  • Microsoft claims Firefox- and Chrome-whopping IE8 speeds

    Lies, damned lies and questionable lab tests

    Applications 12 17:07

  • The eroding enterprise boundary

    Lock Down and Open Up

    State of Security Workshop 12 17:53

  • Multi-site bug exposes cloud computing's dark lining

    One vuln fits all

    Security 12 18:04

  • Google behavioral ads scare US lawmakers

    House mulls privacy law

    Media 12 18:43

  • Apple lands democracy on fanboi party-goers

    iTunes' egalitarian DJ

    Applications 12 18:59

  • Former employee of Obama CIO pick busted for bribery

    Appointee not linked to wrongdoing

    Government 12 20:11

  • Supercomputer niche chucks rocks at Nehalem

    SiCortex and the Intel 'problem'

    Servers 12 21:11

  • ISS crew flees flying space junk

    Astros huddle in Russian-built 'lifeboat'

    Science 12 21:32