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6th May 2009 Archive

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  • Safari, Opera browsers patch-shy, says study

    Chrome, Firefox users plug more often

    Security 06 00:31

  • Yahoo! breeds Pig that talks elephant

    Swine talk of a different kind

    Developer 06 00:43

  • Apple power brick sparks lawsuit

    MagSafe isn't

    Hardware 06 00:43

  • HTC Vodafone Magic

    Terrific

    Mobile 06 08:02

  • Sage numbers buoyed by falling pound

    Roundabouts and swings

    The Channel 06 08:49

  • 3PAR stumbles in fourth quarter

    Figures a blot on the scorecard

    The Channel 06 09:05

  • Secret US robo whispercopters head to 'undisclosed location'

    Somewhere with lots of trees, apparently

    Science 06 09:18

  • Gov to encourage e-commerce by clarifying consumer rights

    Complaining is cool

    Law 06 09:43

  • Skinn-Eee Asus out next week

    MacBook Air-style non-removable battery included

    Hardware 06 09:48

  • Virgin Media pilots 200Mbit service

    How much smut does one person need?

    Broadband 06 09:52

  • Four co-branded 'Navman Mio' satnavs en-route

    Name change coming two years after merger

    Science 06 09:56

  • Pré FAQs answered - by Sprint employee

    But don't expect a launch date or price

    Phones 06 10:03

  • Win 7 RC fails to thwart well-known hacker risk

    Malware extension renaming ruse stays undead

    Security 06 10:26

  • Browncasting: Why can't Downing Street do digital?

    YouTube does not play well for PM

    Government 06 10:31

  • Vauxhall city e-car won't be 'mini Volt'

    Trixx to use Volt drive train? Rubbish, say insiders

    Science 06 10:35

  • Car-prang secretary bites off boss's todger

    A Sin Chew Daily eyewatering report

    Bootnotes 06 10:40

  • 'Lunatic' Smith doubles ID card costs for Mancunians

    Voluntary rollout addresses vexed 'who am I?' question

    Government 06 11:00

  • iTunes: prices up, revenue down?

    Talking Heads and Long Tails

    Media 06 11:08

  • Brit software group swallows Borland for $67m

    Micro Focus mops up names from history

    Developer 06 11:20

  • Hot young guys whip out their throbbing iPhones

    Plenty of hot hardware in beefcake gallery

    Bootnotes 06 11:21

  • Taser use still plateau'd among firearms cops

    Old-fashioned drubbings generate less evidence

    Law 06 11:48

  • Dell dives as Western Europe PC market stagnates

    Only netbooks can save us now

    The Channel 06 11:51

  • O2 maps UK homes' gadget habits

    How much do you spend on tech each year?

    Hardware 06 11:58

  • Top British boffin: Time to ditch the climate consensus

    Don't use science to get round politics, says Hulme

    Science 06 12:02

  • Toshiba Camileo P30

    Not quite Full HD, but close

    Hardware 06 12:02

  • Vodafone and Avenir quit their bickering

    Ex-Avenir staff to spend more time with family

    Mobile 06 12:17

  • Victoria Principal 'pulled pistol' on maid

    Dallas star shows Naomi how it's done

    Bootnotes 06 12:19

  • UK.gov denies 'Google tax' plan

    Daily Mail vs BBC, part 8,855

    Media 06 12:23

  • Cisco source code swipe suspect charged

    Swede also indicted over NASA hack

    Data Networking 06 12:33

  • Swedish couple demand right to name baby 'Q'

    Now pay attention, Supreme Administrative Court

    Bootnotes 06 12:58

  • Online ticket reseller fails in internet immunity bid

    StubHub flubs on tout law flout

    Law 06 13:04

  • HTC working on Android netbook?

    Mole talks of HTC-developed, T-Mobile-branded Android PC

    Hardware 06 13:43

  • Volvo test-drive goes virtual

    Take a test-drive, from your PC

    Science 06 13:43

  • US game plods deploy robot enforcement menagerie

    Actually, some bears don't shit in the woods

    Science 06 13:48

  • Lame Mac 'email worm' limps into view

    Riddled with bugs and rather sad

    Security 06 14:01

  • Windows 7 promises better SSD-ing performance than Vista

    Tunes up for solid state

    Storage 06 14:56

  • Dabs founder Atherton cleared of rape charges

    Glad it all happened, apparently

    The Channel 06 15:06

  • Conservative US shock-jock to sue Wacky Jacqui

    Indignant Michael Savage banned from UK

    Law 06 15:10

  • New Kindle: Wider, but still no broadsheet

    Embiggened reader might just have your eye out

    Media 06 15:19

  • AMD to support Intel AVX instructions

    Doing the math on SSE compatibility

    Hardware 06 15:20

  • Conficker hype obscures sneaky botnet growth

    Cyberscamps merrily regrouping

    Security 06 16:02

  • EU telco reform trips over Three Strikes

    Back to the drawing board?

    Government 06 16:06

  • Dell hunting M&A guru

    Dude, you're buying an Acer?

    The Channel 06 16:56

  • Amazon patents hideous Kindle 1 design

    It's all yours, fellas

    Media 06 17:55

  • SAP kicks on-demand suite into 2010?

    Just forget about it, please

    Applications 06 18:00

  • US spy boss pushes for unified cyber-command center

    Partnership to protect civilian networks

    Security 06 18:03

  • Google, telcos in wireless agreement shock

    Memo to Congress: Draw battlelines, please

    Broadband 06 18:05

  • Apple fine-tunes app censorship

    Will the f-bomb find a home?

    Mobile 06 18:08

  • Green-laser micro-projectors green-lighted

    Movie theater in your pants

    Media 06 19:57

  • Microsoft blocks dirty dozen apps from mobile store

    Beats Apple on middleware restrictions

    Mobile 06 20:10

  • US P2P bill aims shackles at browsers, IM

    Warning: You are downloading

    Government 06 20:16

  • SCO threatened with Chapter 7 destruction

    'No reasonable chance of rehabilitation'

    Operating Systems 06 22:02

  • Super Micro rack-mounts micro Atom server

    Is it super?

    Servers 06 22:10