19th March 2009 Archive

Browse by publication date, or search the site.

  • Pro tip: Don't include SEC lawyer in your $4.6m botnet scam

    Texas men settle lawsuit over spam scam

    Security 19 00:01

  • Microsoft preps massive cloud expansion

    Hal goes big

    Developer 19 02:48

  • Phone designers to improve reality

    New meaning for "deep pockets"

    Mobile 19 02:53

  • Has Microsoft matched Flash with Silverlight 3?

    Redmond certainly hopes so

    Developer 19 03:07

  • Sun and IBM - What price Bigger Indigo?

    The server world goes mad

    Servers 19 03:21

  • Wii-style games keep kids trim, finds study

    Wii Sports burns more calories than GTA IV? Well i never!

    Games 19 06:02

  • A grim day for browser security at hacker contest

    Safari, IE and Firefox all down for the count

    Security 19 06:11

  • Ofcom insists on emergency roaming

    And will teach your gran to love broadband

    Mobile 19 07:02

  • Secret Aussie blacklist leaked

    Dental Nurse Daisy Chain Vol 1-90

    Government 19 08:52

  • Philips GoGear Spark MP3 player

    The ideal iPod Shuffle antidote

    Hardware 19 09:02

  • Microsoft promises 'lessons learned' on IE 8 download day

    Still fighting the last browser war?

    Developer 19 09:08

  • Brussels: Old-school lightbulbs to be gone by 2012

    Every little microscopic amount helps

    Science 19 09:56

  • Google Street View hits UK streets

    Gawpfest is go

    Bootnotes 19 10:34

  • Government funds IT security research

    Bids invited for £6m pot

    Security 19 10:51

  • How police busted UK's biggest cybercrime case

    Sumitomo unpicked

    Security 19 11:02

  • Intel desktop price cuts coming

    More Core i7s too

    Hardware 19 11:18

  • Second Light not Surface 2, claims Microsoft

    But we are working on a bigger version, hints exec

    Hardware 19 11:26

  • Samsung stalking SanDisk again?

    Toshiba in the frame too

    The Channel 19 11:27

  • Microsoft readies IE8 for lift off

    But will download servers cope?

    Applications 19 11:32

  • Samsung punts popcorn flicks for pounds

    You're gonna need a bigger purse

    Mobile 19 11:37

  • Oracle grows despite recession

    Ellison still complains diamond shoes are too tight

    The Channel 19 11:51

  • IT vendors: Who’s hot and who’s not?

    Your chance to name – or shame

    Reg Technology Panel 19 12:02

  • Virgin Media to battle modem hackers

    Fraudsters grab free high speed broadband

    Broadband 19 12:02

  • Dell's Studio One 19 gets UK date, price

    Coming next month

    Hardware 19 12:11

  • Blighty orders first 3 supersonic stealth jumpjets

    Fleet Air Arm still has tough battle ahead

    Government 19 12:25

  • UK fraud strategy 'more worthy of Uzbekistan'

    Cambridge don lets rip

    Security 19 12:30

  • Samsung bashes out ruggedised ringer

    Well 'ard

    Phones 19 12:37

  • Sony seeks underwriter for Ericsson 'split'

    It's not me, it's you

    Mobile 19 13:02

  • Manufacturers notch up weakest output since 1980

    Too much supply, not enough demand says CBI

    Small Biz 19 13:16

  • Air France trials biometric boarding cards

    Fingerprints and smart cards

    Security 19 13:21

  • Astroboffins probe mysterious 'blazar'

    Like looking into a bizarro cosmic blowtorch, seemingly

    Science 19 13:24

  • Sky calls for access to cable network

    Virgin Media monopoly 'increasingly anomalous'

    Broadband 19 13:42

  • Fennec leaps into beta

    Is that a fox in your pocket?

    Mobile 19 13:47

  • Pioneer BDP-51FD Blu-ray Disc player

    Top-end performance at an affordable price

    Hardware 19 13:56

  • British International Motor Show cancelled

    Econodoom does for trade show

    Bootnotes 19 14:02

  • IBM joins rivals in cutting contractor rates

    300 face Spartan rates

    Management 19 14:04

  • Street View captures traditional British Christmas

    Shoreditch, antlers and vomit

    Bootnotes 19 14:06

  • IT contractor charged over US oil rig hack

    Roughneck cracker charges

    Security 19 14:50

  • Sony tunes in to stereo TV stands

    Looks great, sounds great

    Hardware 19 15:14

  • Elgato H.264 encoder gains 1080p processing

    Turbo.264 HD launched

    Hardware 19 15:14

  • Advertising watchdog okays 'gaming equals early grave' ad

    Discouraging sedentary lifestyle, not gaming

    Games 19 15:27

  • Symantec opens Norton door to cloud

    Norton extended to become backup brand

    Storage 19 15:35

  • Cisco snaps up pocket video maker

    Flippin' eck

    Financial News 19 15:39

  • Intel chip flaw gets double exposure

    Security researchers converge on cache vuln.

    Security 19 17:08

  • Penguin floats hybrid Linux supers

    The CPU-GPU one-two punch

    Servers 19 17:09

  • Obama CIO's 'youthful indiscretion': shirt thieving

    Fled security guard with four button-downs

    Bootnotes 19 17:11

  • Ballmer hails Windows Mobile for Welfare™

    Fancy iPhone screen not recession-friendly

    Mobile 19 19:00

  • Google kicks Amazon in the Kindle

    Sony pact opens ebook war

    Media 19 20:41

  • Sun banks future on multicore virtualization

    Your data center needs a window

    Virtualization 19 20:45

  • Online game given real-life bank permit

    Offworld banking through Entropia Universe

    Media 19 23:06

  • Richardson death used to bait scareware traps

    Off-piste

    Security 19 23:11

  • HP streams 'confidential' town hall meeting to world+dog

    All in the family

    Bootnotes 19 23:17

  • Boffins sniff keystrokes with lasers, oscilloscopes

    I know what you typed last summer

    Security 19 23:30

  • Sun's Niagara gets Linux (again)

    A Wind River runs through it

    Servers 19 23:43

  • iPhone 3.0 beta reveals mixed blessing

    Apple giveth, and Apple taketh away

    Phones 19 23:57