28th April 2009 Archive

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  • eBay scammer gets four years in slammer

    Busted

    Security 28 00:13

  • Konami nixes Six Days in Fallujah

    Iraq War 'game-amentary' dishonorably discharged

    Media 28 00:23

  • Big Blue shipped Power6+ last fall

    Been there. Done that. Didn't admit it

    Servers 28 03:49

  • Carphone Preston branch joins union blackout

    Spelling errors clearly not fixed yet

    Mobile 28 06:02

  • SiliconDust HDHomeRun

    Nice hardware – shame about the software

    Hardware 28 08:02

  • IP minister rules out 'three strikes' disconnection law

    Pirates breathe 'Arrr!' of relief

    Law 28 08:46

  • Seagate intros Replica slimline backup box

    Time Capsule, with wires

    Hardware 28 08:56

  • Small biz slams Harman's equal ops law

    'Get off our backs'

    Small Biz 28 08:58

  • Microsoft ropes in EDS to punt online services

    Roll up, roll up

    The Channel 28 08:59

  • PAC slams government's 'cosy' relationship with IT suppliers

    Officials 'not interested in managing contracts'

    Government 28 09:08

  • IBM gives Cisco some Brocade chatback

    Switches sally forth

    Data Centre 28 09:13

  • Verizon may gobble up Diet iPhone

    New iStuff would be useless outside US, though

    Mobile 28 09:19

  • Chinese e-car makers show wares

    Highlights from the Shanghai Motor Show

    Science 28 09:38

  • A Geeks Guide2 ...Design - Build - Run

    40% off at Reg Books

    Developer 28 10:02

  • DARPA at Phase 3 on solar powered surveillance strato-ship

    $400m robot radar dirigible to stay up for 1 year+

    Science 28 10:15

  • Yorkshire man wakes up Irish after brain surgery

    From top of the head to top of the morning

    Bootnotes 28 10:25

  • AMD intros $109 Radeon 4-series graphics card

    Money-back offer

    Hardware 28 10:32

  • Videos of SkyTone's Android netbook appear online

    Learn more about the Google-based mini laptop

    Hardware 28 10:38

  • Pig plague 2.0: Can't spell 'pandemic' without 'panic'

    If you can read this you're not dead, yet

    Mobile 28 10:59

  • Boffins pump out pop-up touchscreen

    The latest tactile touchscreen tech

    Hardware 28 11:10

  • Firefox devs ask navels when to curtail Mac OS support

    'I don't want to be worrying about 10.4 until 2012'

    Developer 28 11:19

  • Phorm boss blogs from a dark, dark place

    Ertugrul shouts at the bins

    Broadband 28 11:50

  • Solwise Piggy 6 multi-device powerline network adaptor

    Help gadgets get their snouts in the mains broadband trough

    Broadband 28 12:02

  • Infosec opens in new venue

    Dolly birds and cybercrime

    InfoSec 28 12:05

  • Blunkett to press for cyberwar probe of BT's Chinese kit

    Kill button fear

    Government 28 12:12

  • Hire your very own Fred the Shred

    Old school, industrial-grade data destruction

    InfoSec 28 12:13

  • Is DAS the storage comeback kid?

    LSI scents resurgence

    Storage 28 12:53

  • Connecting for Health suppliers told to get busy

    Connelly delivers November ultimatum

    Government 28 13:38

  • ASBO woman cuffed over raucous rumpy-pumpy

    Flouted 'excessive noise' ban, and then some

    Bootnotes 28 13:51

  • MEPs get the fear over nanotechnology

    But can't wait for car tracking and e-cash

    Government 28 13:58

  • Carphone Warehouse resolves union site ambiguity

    By banning site completely

    Mobile 28 14:12

  • London gym floors hoodies with Chav Fighting classes

    'Don't give them an ASBO, give them a kicking...'

    Bootnotes 28 14:23

  • Yes! It's the iPhone USB Missile Launcher app!

    Position and fire sponge rockets, using your iPhone

    Hardware 28 14:24

  • Vaio P-like Android netbook in works?

    Averatec unveils 10in 'mystery OS' netbook

    Hardware 28 14:56

  • Losses at Unisys run into Q1

    Japan stalls mainframe deals

    Servers 28 15:05

  • Honda executes 180° turn on plug-in e-cars

    Future's not all hydrogen, after all

    Science 28 15:15

  • Mozilla releases final Firefox 3.5 beta

    Minor bit of spit, polish applied

    Applications 28 15:43

  • Pork industry in 'swine flu' tag beef

    Pig plague threatens producers' bacon

    Science 28 15:45

  • Homer Simpson 'nuclear waste spill' panic at nuke sub base!

    Almost as bad as dropping a luminous watch in the sea!

    Science 28 15:47

  • Loudmouth workers leaking data through social networking sites

    Twitter ye not

    InfoSec 28 16:01

  • Bye bye BlackBerry mail

    Euro addicts get unexpected day off

    Mobile 28 16:21

  • HTC's second Android phone coming 1 May

    Vodafone unveils Magic and 'save a fiver' price plan

    Phones 28 16:35

  • Geek makes mobile fire-fighting robot

    End of the line for the Fire Brigade?

    Hardware 28 17:02

  • Amazon eats open ebook reader

    Doubles up on iPhone

    Media 28 17:03

  • IBM juices dividend (yet again)

    Stacks $6.7bn for share buybacks

    Financial News 28 17:08

  • Adobe users imperiled by critical Reader flaw

    Move over, Microsoft

    Security 28 17:52

  • Microsoft's TomTom patents under scrutiny

    Trimming the FAT

    Software 28 17:54

  • Google apes Digg with iGoogle gadget

    'What's popular' popcorn

    Media 28 19:02

  • Sun silent on sorry server sales

    Revenues plunge 20 per cent

    Financial News 28 21:29

  • Microsoft in the Pink with Verizon on iPhone?

    Search buddies double up

    Mobile 28 22:03

  • Microsoft retires AutoRun (kinda, sorta)

    Security as second fiddle

    Security 28 22:53

  • Web 0.2 archivists save Geocities from deletion

    Preserving history one hideous webpage at a time

    Media 28 23:08

  • Intel says new PCs will cost you nothing

    If you buy now. And wait 10 months

    Hardware 28 23:20

  • IBM slips Power6+ into racks, blades

    The chip that dare not speak its name

    Servers 28 23:46

  • Windows XP Mode: Certify like you mean it

    No Windows 7 soft option

    Operating Systems 28 23:50