3rd April 2009 Archive

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  • Linux chief calls for FAT-free Microsoft diet

    Moment on the lips, lifetime on the GPS

    Software 03 00:15

  • Google advises flushing your website

    Lessons in load time

    Developer 03 00:17

  • Clearwire gives devs free WiMAX sandbox

    Silicon Valley 'head start'

    Broadband 03 00:24

  • Super Talent flashes the big whopper

    Settle down - it's a 2TB PCIe flash drive

    Storage 03 07:02

  • How gov scapegoats systems for man-made errors

    Dead pupil letter shows it is human to err

    Government 03 08:02

  • White wine stains your teeth too

    Off-colour gnashers: the wages of sin

    Science 03 09:01

  • BT gets 8 NHS trusts in south

    Connecting for Health gets hooked up

    Policy 03 09:11

  • Xbox 360 update released

    And just after the PS3 firmware launch too...

    Games 03 09:13

  • Radiohead and chums demand copyright 'fair play'

    The Cliff Clause

    Media 03 09:14

  • Wacky DS gadget sounds playing-too-long warning

    Tells if you're too close, too

    Games 03 09:19

  • Obama gives Queen iPod

    'We have already got one'

    Hardware 03 09:25

  • Ofcom gets puffed out over wind turbines

    The answer is blowing in the wind

    Broadband 03 10:09

  • Fighting Thermageddon just got £1 trillion cheaper

    Thanks to the magic of numbers

    Science 03 10:17

  • Mandy ditches red tape pledge

    Cos what goes up, must always come down

    Small Biz 03 10:27

  • Locking up the cloud

    Ninja security group forms alliance

    Security 03 10:30

  • Asus Eee Linux-based Skype Videophone

    Chat with your chums, change the source code

    Mobile 03 10:34

  • G20 Summit: All the action caught on camera

    Our man braves London's riot-ravaged streets

    Bootnotes 03 10:38

  • Orange unveils Tabbee family organiser

    Take that, Joggler

    Hardware 03 10:51

  • Conficker zombie botnet drops to 3.5 million

    Map of the Problematique

    Security 03 10:54

  • China goes gung-ho for EVs

    Cure to nation's pollution ills?

    Science 03 11:03

  • Bucks village repels Street View spycar

    Blitz mentality halts progress of German-manufactured invader

    Bootnotes 03 11:11

  • Students Union reps vote to ban cheap booze for students

    Talk about your ivory tower viewpoint

    Bootnotes 03 11:18

  • Lloyd-Webber calls for clampdown on ISPs

    How do you solve a problem like peer-to-peer?

    Broadband 03 11:21

  • British steam car completes final testing

    Next stop 170mph

    Science 03 11:26

  • Google makes Gmail search accessible to all comers

    About time too

    Applications 03 11:43

  • Harvard Prof. praises 'file-sharing Radiohead'

    The whacky world of Charlie Nesson

    Media 03 12:02

  • Verizon promises 4G for every American

    Life, liberty and mobile data

    Mobile 03 12:09

  • BBC fined £150k over Manuelgate

    Ofcom slaps Auntie hard

    Bootnotes 03 12:28

  • French pass 'three strikes' file-sharing law

    Oh merde

    Media 03 12:38

  • Security's golden rules

    Audio with slides

    State of Security Workshop 03 12:57

  • Ready or not, IPv6 is coming

    Google attempts to avert interweb end-of-days scenario

    Data Networking 03 13:02

  • Twitter not yet in 'late stage' talks with Google

    Web 2.0 will have to wait for Googlitter

    Applications 03 13:05

  • Man gets life for killing game-obsessed partner

    Woman stayed up all night with Niko Bellic

    Games 03 13:07

  • UKBA to exchange fingerprints with US

    Someday, your prints will come

    Government 03 13:10

  • Next-gen iPhone to sport 3.2Mp camera?

    5Mp Apple device coming later this year, claim moles

    Phones 03 13:28

  • BT cuts phone charges for prisoners

    Scottish porridge eaters pay more

    Broadband 03 13:33

  • Unpatched PowerPoint flaw spawns Trojan attacks

    Clear and presentation danger

    Security 03 13:37

  • MSI prices up Eee Top-style all-in-one PC

    'Glassy' desktop to arrive next month

    Hardware 03 13:46

  • EMC could refresh Symmetrix on April 14

    DMX-5 - Tigon or try-on?

    Storage 03 14:08

  • Boffins invent automatic net-hookup roboffinry machines

    Exponential +feedback runaway droidscience epoch coming

    Science 03 14:22

  • AMD ATI Radeon HD 4890

    Get ready for gigahertz graphics

    Hardware 03 14:33

  • U.S. unemployment rate jumps to 8.5 per cent

    Tech vendors and telcos still cutting jobs

    The Channel 03 15:00

  • We can save the world, claim mobile operators

    If only you'll let us

    Mobile 03 15:04

  • Tories fear legal dodge over comms überdatabase

    Euro data law comes into force on Monday

    Government 03 15:15

  • Sky broadcasts live 3D pop concert

    Keane as mustard on 3DTV

    Hardware 03 15:42

  • Do we get the IT security we deserve?

    Balancing technology with governance

    State of Security Workshop 03 16:45

  • Parallels conducts Extreme Nehalem workstation wooing

    Virtual machines for actual whizzes

    Virtualization 03 17:31

  • Why the iPhone's megapixelage alone won't matter

    Size isn't everything

    Mobile 03 17:40

  • The Messaging is The Medium: survey results are in

    IBM is down, but not out

    Applications 03 17:56

  • Google brewing 'offline' web office apps

    Browserized Gmail for iPhone, Android

    Mobile 03 18:01

  • Japan talks lunar 'bots as commies go hot

    Time to stretch those servos

    Science 03 18:16

  • IBM cuts internet comp for work-at-homers

    Big Blue 'denies' internal memo

    Financial News 03 19:26

  • iPhone VoIP tussle heats up

    Skype vs Deutsche Telekom, AT&T

    Mobile 03 20:46

  • SAP promises maintenance metrics 'soon'

    Customer relationship breakdown

    Applications 03 21:22

  • Gnome answers Linux critics with 'big' vision plan

    "Experience" this

    Operating Systems 03 22:28

  • Google force feeds Web 2.0 to US gov

    And it comes right back up...

    Government 03 23:24

  • Massive Sun cuts planned as IBM focuses on software trio

    Death and the community

    Applications 03 23:44

  • AMD to spend $50m cutting costs

    If it wasn't for bad luck...

    Hardware 03 23:52