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18th March 2009 Archive

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  • iPhone chip designer trumpets multi-core GPUs

    Use your Imagination

    Hardware 18 03:19

  • Opera promises netbook and mobile Turbo boost

    Graphics impact

    Applications 18 03:42

  • Sun breaks through the clouds

    Presque vu all over again

    Servers 18 04:02

  • Rackable shrinks CloudRack cookie sheets

    Pre-heat data center to 104 degrees...

    Servers 18 04:02

  • Mimosa mixes SharePoint, mail and files in one archive

    Are customers making their mind up?

    The Channel 18 07:02

  • Discovery docks with ISS

    No bat on board, sadly

    Science 18 07:43

  • Health trust pushing on with record sharing

    Long-term sick targeted

    Policy 18 08:02

  • Councils clamp down on Strategy Boutique Newspeak

    The end of blue sky horizon scanning coterminosity

    Bootnotes 18 09:45

  • ISS space bio-experiment freezer to return on Discovery

    Superheroes and/or bizarre space pestilences assured

    Science 18 10:09

  • IBM 'in talks' to buy Sun Microsystems

    Schwartz dives for cover in Big Blue

    Data Centre 18 10:34

  • Juror tweets could force retrial

    'Twit' doesn't quite cover it

    Law 18 10:38

  • Government flags ID cost increase

    Passport slice shrinkage

    Government 18 10:55

  • Aussie firewall blocks Wikileaks

    What's that Skippy? There's bad stuff on the internet?

    Government 18 10:56

  • World's first proper flying car makes debut flight

    Here's your flying car

    Science 18 11:09

  • Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS7

    Stand-out performance?

    Hardware 18 11:49

  • Fujitsu moves colour e-reader to pre-order stage

    Books, documents and presentations in colour

    Hardware 18 11:58

  • Philips Xenium handset leaked

    Cool design, with metal backing

    Phones 18 12:14

  • Online video regulation structure outlined by Government

    Ofcom steps up/sidesteps

    Media 18 12:29

  • Rogue Aus sysadmin jailed over hacking spree

    Drunken revenge backfires

    Security 18 12:31

  • London stab murder rate entirely normal, says top stats prof

    Media hysterics capital of the world

    Law 18 12:38

  • Dell pipelines Adamo netbook?

    Support app points to 9in version

    Hardware 18 12:49

  • Sex offender email monitoring plan mothballed

    UK.gov blames human rights judgment

    Law 18 12:50

  • Killzone 2 to drive XBox 360 owners to PS3, claims Sony

    A game so good you'll be powerless to resist?

    Games 18 13:07

  • Minister confirms U-turn on data sharing

    But zombie clause will return

    Government 18 13:11

  • Vodafone promises a response if you're really, really big

    SLAs? Only if you're a multinational

    Mobile 18 13:26

  • HP hits UK workers with canteen, car, pension cuts

    Cuts in May

    Financial News 18 13:51

  • Linux netbook share to fall to 10% in 2009

    Down from 70 per cent last year

    Hardware 18 14:17

  • Brit D-cell torpedo in icepack-bottom probe

    Icebreaker crew landed with 4 tonnes of dead batteries

    Science 18 14:21

  • Apple plays catch-up with new iPhone features

    Point the DeLorean at 1999!

    Mobile 18 14:28

  • Minister admits thought crime is on the agenda

    Oh George, you are a one

    Government 18 14:38

  • Apple unit sales fall sharply

    February a 'crummy month'

    The Channel 18 14:51

  • EMC fattens up flash drive second edition

    Size matters

    The Channel 18 14:53

  • BBC botnet 'public interest' defence rubbished by top IT lawyer

    V for Vigilante

    Security 18 15:39

  • Logitech launches laptop cooler

    Keep your PC cool during the British summertime

    Hardware 18 15:52

  • Brando unveils iPhone add-on lenses

    Improve your phone photography

    Hardware 18 16:03

  • Mormons demand ICANN plugs net smut hole

    No more crazy whoreses, thanks

    Broadband 18 16:09

  • Jaguar-Land Rover to develop F1-style energy recovery tech

    Motorsport concept to filter down to road cars

    Science 18 16:11

  • Treating today’s security risks

    Audio with slides attached

    State of Security Workshop 18 16:51

  • Congress re-mulls ban on wireless tax

    Grassroots movement comes from rather rich soil

    Broadband 18 16:59

  • Hefty 'battle strength' electro-laser breaks 100kW barrier

    We're gonna need a bigger shark, boss

    Science 18 17:06

  • Recession victims big on Linux, IDC says

    It's the talk of the poorhouse

    Operating Systems 18 17:55

  • Microsoft throws Silverlight 3 beta at Adobe

    Plugs gaps, and then some

    Developer 18 18:52

  • Privacy watchdog barks for federal Gmail probe

    The Google Cloud - Is it safe?

    Government 18 19:08

  • Crackers latch onto year-old Windows token vuln

    Unpatched bug features in multi-stage attacks

    Security 18 20:25

  • Apple intoxicated with ex-Vista chief's musical stylings

    iTunes honors Allchin's Allchest's 'Enigma'

    Media 18 20:43

  • Sun pitches new cloud as 'Open Platform'

    Like Linux, for grids

    Servers 18 21:00

  • The long slog to multicore land

    Chip future must wait

    Hardware 18 23:47

  • Ubuntu gets pre-Koala cloud love

    The sky is open

    Servers 18 23:53

  • TinyURL, your configs are showing

    Twitter pal leaves server wide open

    Security 18 23:54