12th May 2009 Archive

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  • Facebook denies denying Holocaust deniers

    The fine line between jerks and the KKK

    Media 12 00:31

  • HP moves OpenVMS dev to India?

    No surprise there

    Operating Systems 12 04:40

  • Doro PhoneEasy 338gsm

    Fuss-free phone with dedicated panic button

    Phones 12 08:02

  • Cops collar Russian punting dog dressed as lamb

    Mutton on the menu in Moscow restaurants

    Bootnotes 12 08:51

  • STEC sees SSD business boom

    Enterprise exceeds expectations

    The Channel 12 08:57

  • Nortel confirms fire sale

    And shrinking revenues

    Data Networking 12 08:58

  • Gordon Ramsay breaches f**king broadcasting code

    115 choice language cuts in 40 minutes

    Bootnotes 12 09:02

  • Government failing on small biz skills

    Apprenticeship schemes told: You're fired!

    Small Biz 12 09:05

  • WoW scores Blizzard lead in 'top developers' poll

    Grand Theft Auto steals Rockstar top three position

    Games 12 09:09

  • High court judge: Data protection isn't defamation substitute

    Act does not have your back

    Management 12 09:17

  • Greece grounds Google's Street View fleet

    No more snooping pending 'additional information'

    Government 12 09:19

  • Kettering to London: 18 hours by rail, bus and pack mule

    East Midlands Trains offers bank holiday overnight epic

    Bootnotes 12 09:46

  • iPod designer's private nature costs him jonathanive.com

    I will surf Ive

    Mobile 12 09:48

  • ViewSonic dials into smartphones

    Monitor maker turns phone fan

    Phones 12 10:23

  • Q1 chip sales plunge reveals slowing demand for netbooks

    Fad finished?

    Hardware 12 10:24

  • Uni students invent 'radiation-proof' cloth for Moon tents

    Extraterrestrial real-estate bubble

    Science 12 10:30

  • Samsung unfolds phone with e-ink panel

    But for the keyboard, not the screen...

    Phones 12 10:36

  • XSS flaws found in sites of multiple anti-virus firms

    Dirty half-dozen

    Security 12 10:39

  • Vodafone opens gates to barbarians

    App-wielding hordes get global access, billing system

    Mobile 12 10:40

  • Taiwanese rat snake bites Taiwanese trouser snake

    Herpetological lavatory mishap began with 'knife-like' todger pain

    Bootnotes 12 10:50

  • No unified networking with Fujitsu's bladed server - yet

    FCoE coming

    Data Networking 12 10:54

  • Sapphire lauds 'first' 1GHz-plus AMD GPU

    High-speed card in a natty packaging

    Hardware 12 10:56

  • SAP buys carbon management tech firm

    It's a gas, gas, gas!

    Applications 12 11:08

  • Zero CTO unveils SS 'micro sports bike'

    Model SS to follow the Model S

    Science 12 11:13

  • Major law firm drops filesharing threats

    Staff continue 'bullying' at smaller outfit

    Law 12 11:27

  • Sony prices up OLED-screened iPod Touch rival

    Walkman X out tomorrow

    Hardware 12 11:32

  • Lost jungle tribe research: Nice guys can get the girls

    Sign of a society about to wipe itself out, though

    Science 12 11:41

  • US students 'required' to buy iPhones

    Funding loophole favours fruity firm

    Phones 12 11:55

  • Juniper tops off Ethernet switches

    Wee one on the way

    Data Networking 12 12:02

  • Linutop 2

    Linux desktop lightweight – in more ways than one?

    Hardware 12 12:04

  • US teen pleads guilty over Scientology DDoS attacks

    Anonymous botnet hacktivist faces spell behind bars

    Security 12 12:06

  • Euro elections go Web2.0

    Watch out Facebook

    Government 12 12:07

  • Microsoft insists debt issue not a prelude to SAP bid

    That's random, says Ballmer

    Financial News 12 12:11

  • Fetish club forces ID scanner climbdown

    As MPs give security industry a spanking

    Law 12 12:12

  • Intel's netbook roadmap downplays HD chipset

    Insufficient demand for GN40?

    Hardware 12 12:57

  • Adblock developer offers 'please unblock me' tag to sites

    Site says ads are cool, user says I'm no freetard, peace and love follows

    Applications 12 12:58

  • Dell punts £199 10in netbook

    Takes price fight to Acer, Asus et al

    Hardware 12 13:17

  • Film industry turns up P2P heat on Carter

    Hardens enforcement stance

    Media 12 13:36

  • Europe calls for rules on RFID chips

    Reding outlines responsibilities for companies

    Security 12 14:11

  • Pirate Bay co-founder demands new police probe

    Claims too many ties to opponents

    Media 12 14:46

  • Google blames cheeseburgers for destroying the planet

    OJ, newspapers guilty too

    Science 12 14:48

  • Pirate-pursuing lawyers get DDo$ money transfer slap

    Micro-payment cash-drain caper in Pirate Bay case

    Media 12 15:12

  • World's slimmest 3.5in external HDD uncovered

    Freecom's Hard Drive XS

    Hardware 12 15:48

  • Court upholds 'hacking' charge against smut-surfing worker

    Interesting definition leads to severe legal flagellation

    Security 12 15:52

  • HP forges Netweaver XML appliance

    Making SAP sit up and bark faster

    Servers 12 15:58

  • France says 'Oui!' to three strikes for music pirates

    Stern letters in the post

    Media 12 18:31

  • Iron-pumping Microsoft SQL Server due this summer

    Warehouse appliance

    Applications 12 18:36

  • Hitachi scores largest loss in Japanese manufacturing history

    NEC optimistic

    Financial News 12 19:01

  • eBay fees rejig will still hit casual auctioneers

    Sticker shock

    Media 12 21:29

  • IBM kicks out Nehalem-free racks, towers

    Not everyone needs it. Yet

    Servers 12 22:24

  • 'Della': Dell's very special site for women

    Separate spheres alive and well

    Media 12 22:41

  • Sun proxy details its dating game

    Three suitors and wacky questions

    Business 12 22:57

  • Sun admits Oracle didn't want the hardware biz

    Hope Larry gets a receipt

    Software 12 23:00

  • Google answers Twitter's real-time search

    What's new now

    Media 12 23:22