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24th March 2009 Archive

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  • Ex-EA man schools iPhone game makers

    Ask yourself 'What would Nintendo do?'

    Mobile 24 00:15

  • Worm breeds botnet from home routers, modems

    More than 100,000 hosts invaded

    Security 24 00:20

  • Bush Obama sides with RIAA in P2P fight

    No change to believe in

    Media 24 00:51

  • Novell kicks out SUSE Linux Enterprise 11

    Getting Mono and getting high

    Operating Systems 24 04:02

  • Medion tower makes supermarket debut

    'Eggs, bacon, bread, milk, PC...'

    Hardware 24 07:02

  • Taking the bull by the balls: A NetApp history

    Surefire Hitz, or a load of WAFL?

    Storage 24 09:02

  • Lawyer-client privilege no bar to surveillance, say Lords

    Yes sir, I can bug you

    Government 24 10:21

  • Failed tax system still causing grief

    More help needed for vulnerable

    Government 24 10:26

  • Ofcom finds few using e-gov

    Online services? Meh

    Government 24 10:35

  • O2, Vodafone in cabinet bunk-up

    No, really, this is huge

    Mobile 24 11:04

  • El Reg Street View snappers caught on camera

    Surveillance feedback loops threaten fabric of time and space

    Bootnotes 24 11:12

  • Nokia unfolds 7205 Intrigue

    With 'hidden-until-lit' display

    Phones 24 11:19

  • Adamo battery not hot-swappable

    Those damn screws...

    Hardware 24 11:30

  • London health authority put on notice over data breach

    ICO fumes over dumped PCs with patient records

    Security 24 11:41

  • Brainscan boffins build blunder-warning hat

    'Danger, Prime Minister! Do not trust the economist!'

    Science 24 11:50

  • All aboard for six gig SAS

    Hitachi GST and Atto get involved

    Storage 24 12:01

  • Pot Noodle boils up instant doner kebab

    'The ultimate man food snack'

    Bootnotes 24 12:04

  • ContactPoint rollout grinds to a halt, again

    Come on, while we're young

    Government 24 12:10

  • EMI rejigs digital unit, waves goodbye to ex-Google CIO

    Douglas Merrill in and out in under a year

    Media 24 12:16

  • Police ad urges: 'Trust no one'

    A nation of bin-rummagers?

    Law 24 12:17

  • Pure Digital Evoke-2S DAB and FM radio

    Quality sound

    Hardware 24 12:41

  • Police union leader calls for 'killer games' sales ban

    World would be better off without violent videogames

    Games 24 12:42

  • Orange and 3 talk back to Carter

    Vodafone and O2 saying nowt

    Mobile 24 12:43

  • LibDems want gov action on killer lorries of death

    Sock'n'scandal wearers focus on real issues

    Bootnotes 24 13:06

  • ID cards not compulsory after all, says Home Office

    Blunkett plan finding favour?

    Government 24 13:19

  • Windows Home Server fixes bugs with Power Pack 2

    Some improvements too

    Operating Systems 24 13:21

  • Facebook encourages ISP customer protests over Phorm

    But doesn't commit to opt-out

    Broadband 24 13:27

  • eCard scammer avoids jail

    Phishing scam targeted AOL subscribers

    Security 24 13:34

  • Online retailer offers Sim-free iPhone 3Gs

    They don't come cheap, though

    Phones 24 14:13

  • Seagate re-armours small business storage

    BlackArmor NAS offers bare metal restore

    Small Biz 24 14:21

  • Home Office details early ID vendors

    Put 3M and nCipher on your Christmas list

    Government 24 14:31

  • China bans YouTube again

    We're not afraid of the internet

    Government 24 14:59

  • Discovery crew prep for return to Earth

    ISS mission accomplished, undocking tomorrow

    Science 24 15:09

  • Romanian hacking group downs tools

    HackersBlog crew weary of the road

    Security 24 15:11

  • Samsung introduces NC10-successor netbooks

    2GHz Atom chips on board?

    Hardware 24 15:21

  • Sony hints at eco-friendly HD TV future

    Motion-sensing screen cut-off to be standardised?

    Hardware 24 15:27

  • Samsung B2700 Bound rugged mobile phone

    Phones 24 15:27

  • DARPA at phase 2 on human 'regeneration' tech

    Zaphod Beeblebrox™ extra limbs for multitaskers?

    Science 24 15:39

  • Penguin-free Linux 2.6.29 kernel released

    Tasmanian devil gives Tux the boot (for now)

    Operating Systems 24 15:53

  • GSMA scores 2, concedes 3, with EU

    But who is playing for consumers?

    Mobile 24 16:29

  • Michael Dell licks chops over Bigger Indigo

    IBM-Sun deal 'an enormous opportunity'

    Servers 24 17:35

  • PGP email marketing gaffe creates message storm

    Aren't you supposed to be experts at this stuff?

    Security 24 17:55

  • Mr. WebTV gives games thin-client treatment

    Crysis on your netbook

    Media 24 19:23

  • Cisco pitches new world server order

    The California School of Economics

    Servers 24 19:45

  • Kiwi telecom inks contract with convicted hacker

    Akill's killing

    Security 24 19:50

  • Red Hat aims open-source at IT discomfort zone

    Strike while the Meltdown is hot

    Applications 24 20:12

  • Google, Mozilla back 3D interwebs

    Accelerated API

    Applications 24 21:39

  • UK boffins to breed syntho-blood from human embryos

    As syntho-blood exec fakes terminal cancer

    Science 24 22:06

  • Newfangled rootkits survive hard disk wiping

    BIOS attack targets PC nether region

    Security 24 22:17

  • Kiwis scrap 'three strikes' P2P policy

    Frenchie copyright law gets rewrite

    Media 24 23:33

  • Novell boss in semi-apology over Microsoft pact

    Lost in the moment

    Operating Systems 24 23:38

  • Google goes long with new search pages

    Lengthy snippets dabble in paradox

    Media 24 23:53