1st April 2009 Archive

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  • Spam regains pre-McColo reach

    Junk mail strikes back

    Security 01 00:06

  • ‘Wikipedia killer’ pilfers blogosphere, taunts bloggers

    How to badmouth your way to free content

    Media 01 01:17

  • HP ponders Android netbooks

    Smartnetphonebook only a matter of time

    Hardware 01 02:53

  • Soothsayers slash IT spending forecasts

    Worse than the dot.com bust

    Financial News 01 03:00

  • Atlantis trundles to Kennedy launch pad

    Hubble mission go for 12 May

    Science 01 06:13

  • Aptare goes upgrade crazy

    SRM for a brave new virtual server world

    Storage 01 07:02

  • Bondage bonzer for bonding, beam boffins

    New Scientist finds smiling spankers, perky possums

    Science 01 07:02

  • Google to fund 'video Street View' for Central London

    'It's not surveillance, it's sharing'

    Bootnotes 01 08:31

  • Competition Commission scuppers Capita takeover

    Regulator dubious over potential monopoly

    The Channel 01 08:40

  • Motorola Aura

    Worth the £1250 asking price?

    Phones 01 08:59

  • Dept of Work and Pensions isn't working, says report

    Ombudsman tears it a new one - but is it that bad?

    Government 01 09:02

  • EC publishes Q&A on overseas data transfer

    Where your personal bumf can go on its hols

    Management 01 09:20

  • Florida cops taser satnav lake plunge woman

    'Premenstrual issues' blamed for loss of $100k Mercedes

    Bootnotes 01 09:30

  • VMare floats April date for cloud launch

    Shower of forecasts

    Virtualization 01 09:33

  • LametopsLaptops Direct offers free funerals

    'Unique sponsorship package' for cash-strapped bereaved

    Bootnotes 01 09:51

  • iPhone apps punt iPhone apps

    Dross-filtering in-app advertising feedback loop

    Mobile 01 09:54

  • eBay put Skype on iPhone 'to boost price of NSA backdoor'

    'Judas Phone' reaps $bns for 'man-at-both-ends' attack

    Bootnotes 01 10:02

  • Which desktop Linux distribution?

    Hobbyist versus serious deployment

    Operating Systems 01 10:09

  • ‘Unifying standard’ vital for mass-market 3D TV

    Gamers, not movie fans, to lead the way

    Hardware 01 10:28

  • Spd improves mobile TV experience

    Still spd all to watch, though

    Mobile 01 10:34

  • Detroit does mass-market e-car deal with Proton

    Made in Malaysia, sold in Europe

    Science 01 10:44

  • Conficker botnet remains dormant - for now

    All quiet on the malware front

    Security 01 10:46

  • US Patent Office exposes Apple secret plan

    Cupertino's 'silence' landgrab

    Bootnotes 01 10:54

  • Miss Universe pops into Guantánamo Bay

    'It was a loooot of fun!'

    Bootnotes 01 11:02

  • Nokia releases mobile info app

    Scan movie posters to get trailers, film times

    Phones 01 11:18

  • Firefox 3.0 ekes ahead of Internet Explorer 7 in Europe

    IE 8 unfavourably skews stats

    Applications 01 11:20

  • Intel 'Nehalem' Xeon 5500 series

    Breathtaking performance

    Hardware 01 11:21

  • Sign up, sign up for The Register IT security newsletter

    Narrowcasting for the email classes

    Security 01 11:36

  • Nokia apps points and shoots finds and sells

    Wish lists become pic lists

    Mobile 01 11:38

  • Logica snaffles police database deal

    Dibble's delayed data sharing plan

    Law 01 12:00

  • US atom boffins: Our cloud makes sky easier to see

    Vast astro pic-stash data portal unwrapped

    Servers 01 12:04

  • HP pitches Cloud Assure at corporate world

    SaaSy offering

    Applications 01 12:19

  • Bloggers could squeak out of court reporting restrictions

    Ignorance could be valid get-out. Unless you read this

    Law 01 12:49

  • Silicon Graphics goes titsup (again)

    Instant buy up by Rackable

    Servers 01 12:57

  • Moderatrix quits El Reg: Latest

    Tense negotiations at Vulture Central

    Bootnotes 01 13:02

  • MS punts stripped down Windows Server 2008 at tiny SMBs

    Back to basics with Foundation

    Operating Systems 01 13:22

  • Space launches could be capped to save ozone layer

    Fun? Interesting? Useful? Bad for you

    Science 01 13:56

  • UltraDNS back online after DDoS assault

    Back off the canvas

    Security 01 14:04

  • Boffins sound super-thin speaker revolution

    0.25mm thick speakers promise great sound

    Hardware 01 14:33

  • Verizon clocks on at the widget factory

    One billion customers to share application store

    Mobile 01 14:43

  • BBC Trust moots new licence laws to cope with net

    Telly ownership on the wane

    Media 01 14:58

  • EMC VP breaks company's own embargo

    New email management product revealed

    Storage 01 15:00

  • HTC unveils BlackBerry-style smartphone

    Snap formerly known as 'Maple'

    Phones 01 15:02

  • Yahoo! engineer in murder-suicide riddle

    Six dead and one critical after Santa Clara massacre

    Bootnotes 01 15:50

  • Who is going to run IBM?

    Chuckle or curse - you decide

    Data Centre 01 16:02

  • Acer Nvidia Ion-based nettop revealed on web

    Hornet picture and specs emerge online

    Hardware 01 16:19

  • Reg Hardware's April Fool's Day round-up

    Nine fakes and one real. Can you see what it is yet?

    Hardware 01 16:32

  • Yahoo! stacks big, purple mobile pack

    Feel the width

    Mobile 01 19:21

  • Shuttleworth: standards and open source against 'gross' cloud lock-in

    Jaunty Jackalope "fits" with Amazon

    Software 01 19:35

  • Architect of Google's YouTube deal exits Facebook

    We need a new CFO... bitch!

    Financial News 01 19:55

  • Twitter jilts Ruby for Scala

    A new love on the back-end

    Developer 01 20:55

  • Microsoft Office opening for iPhone

    Time to touch Word and Excel

    Applications 01 21:07

  • SEC sticks up Grand Theft Auto maker for $3m

    Settles backdating lawsuit

    Financial News 01 21:30

  • Cybersecurity law would give feds unprecedented net control

    For your own good

    Security 01 21:45

  • SGI's Rackable's future supercomputers

    Goodbye Itanium, hello Nehalem

    HPC 01 22:06

  • Texas senator wants to ban Vista purchases

    State agencies need written permission for Aero

    Operating Systems 01 22:32

  • Fedora 11 beta bares chest to all-comers

    Kick the tires, if you dare

    Operating Systems 01 22:38