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2nd June 2009 Archive

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  • Twitter hit with rogue anti-virus scam

    For-profit attack

    Security 02 00:03

  • Microsoft buys gene-splicing software unit

    New meaning to 'Fatal Exception Errors'

    Financial News 02 00:12

  • Intel reveals next-gen ultrathin chips

    'Thin is in'

    Hardware 02 04:02

  • Website liable for Google-generated page summary

    It’s Google’s snippet. But you’re to blame

    Media 02 05:48

  • Scotland strikes national Oracle deal

    Four years unlimited use for pretty much everyone

    Applications 02 07:02

  • Hitachi CP-RX80

    Low price, practical projector

    Hardware 02 08:02

  • BCS writes data Highway Code

    Mirror, signal, burn to disc

    Law 02 08:18

  • Asus and co. co-opt Nvidia's Ion for mini-PCs

    Motherboard products in the pipeline too

    Hardware 02 09:20

  • Websense blocks Bing in IM snafu

    Coughs up to Chat confusion

    Applications 02 09:46

  • BSA urges London companies to check for pirate software

    Protect against pirates, me hearties

    Management 02 10:05

  • Volvo readies plug-in hybrid V70 estate

    Different wheels driven, depending on power source

    Science 02 10:16

  • Royal Navy trials 'paging system' for submarines

    HMS VANGUARD +++ Please call French missile sub +++

    Science 02 10:19

  • AMD ships dual-core CPU for thin'n'light laptops

    Neo takes on Intel's CULV

    Hardware 02 10:21

  • Microsoft shows controller-less Xbox game control gadget

    Project Natal uses voice, motion detection

    Games 02 10:28

  • Google Docs caves to MS Office 2007 file formats

    But misses out PowerPoint 2007

    Applications 02 10:58

  • Acer intros 'pro' netbook

    Business class, apparently

    Hardware 02 11:08

  • What's the fastest USB 2.0 HDD?

    Hardware 02 11:16

  • ISPs frosty on Jacqui's comms surveillance plan

    Home Office has a lot of persuading to do

    Broadband 02 11:16

  • Nintendo sells 1m DSi handhelds in Europe

    Older models selling well too

    Games 02 11:21

  • Euro server slump makes Itanium look good

    Nuclear war could push market share beyond 10 per cent

    Servers 02 11:25

  • Digital Spy struggles to pin down tainted ad infection

    Mystery malware assaults online gossips

    Security 02 11:32

  • A Geeks Guide2 ...Windows 7 Training

    Free Windows 7 Training at Reg Books

    Operating Systems 02 12:15

  • Microsoft guns down 13 unlucky products

    Encarta faces firing squad

    Applications 02 12:16

  • Qinetiq strike action could increase risk to British troops

    'Profiteers' v unions. Why not get shot of them all?

    Science 02 12:31

  • Promise Smartstor NS4600

    Stylish storage with server pretensions?

    Hardware 02 12:42

  • Atlantis hitches a ride to Florida

    While NASA preps Endeavour for ISS trip

    Science 02 12:46

  • Gordon 'to sacky' Wacky Jacqui

    Reshuffling off on Monday

    Government 02 12:52

  • Dell axes hackintosh makers' favourite netbook

    Farewell, Inspiron Mini 9

    Hardware 02 12:55

  • Acer taps Q4 for Android smartphone launch

    Also signs into Open Handset Alliance

    Phones 02 12:56

  • Twitter Yi not, as Beijing bins Bing

    Tiananmen-wary China crushes Hotmail and Flickr

    Government 02 13:19

  • Jailed Phil Spector wigs out on Twitter

    When you were in prison did you have a laptop?

    Bootnotes 02 13:43

  • HMRC goes underground to find new tech boss

    Good luck with that

    Management 02 13:49

  • EMC hopes for Data Domain 'I do'

    NetApp left standing at the altar

    Storage 02 14:02

  • Retailer reveals Gametrak Freedom launch, price

    Winging its way onto Xbox 360

    Games 02 14:04

  • Napster: Ex RIAA boss rues lost opportunity

    Where legals daren't

    Media 02 14:13

  • Astronauts suffer 'exploding' space headache

    A microgravitational pain in the butt

    Science 02 14:41

  • IBM gets RamSan cached flash boost

    TMS bursts in on SVC/Fusion-io love-in

    Storage 02 14:43

  • EC pressure on Microsoft grows

    Kroes trains legislative guns on Redmond

    Software 02 14:47

  • Bike kiosk grumbleflick shocks Spaniards

    Better than the funny feeling from riding over cobbles

    Bootnotes 02 14:50

  • Google slips Reg reader £500k!!!!!

    Really doing no evil during '10 Years Anniversary Awards'

    Bootnotes 02 14:51

  • DARPA killer AI robots to 'participate in own construction'

    Foolish meatsack! OF COURSE I need nuclear weapons!

    Science 02 15:23

  • Obama administration joins Google

    Reverse takeover almost complete

    Media 02 15:55

  • Triangular buttons key to touchscreen typing success - inventor

    Square ones sub-optimal, apparently

    Hardware 02 15:59

  • Acer: Android netbook coming in Q3

    Rumours of Windows' death very greatly exaggerated

    Hardware 02 16:08

  • IBM BladeCenters still touring Shanghai as Istanbul beckons

    Trying to find its x64 legs in choppy economic seas

    Servers 02 16:09

  • Smera tilting e-car debuts in Paris

    Loves the Arc de Triomphe, roundabouts, slalom races

    Science 02 16:33

  • Netizens tell court NebuAd's not dead

    Phormalike 'whack-a-mole'

    Networks 02 18:01

  • Google puckers up to biz world

    Goes after big fish, little fish with new products

    Applications 02 18:26

  • Intel paints rosy future at Taiwan confab

    Meltdown? What Meltdown?

    Hardware 02 18:38

  • Apple plugs QuickTime and iTunes flaws

    Hinted-at QuickTime exploit walled up

    Security 02 18:41

  • HP leads pack with Istanbul iron

    Double dense Nehalems too

    Servers 02 19:24

  • Sun succumbs to Apple envy with Java Store push

    I spit my last breath at thee

    Mobile 02 19:29

  • 40,000 sites hit by PC-pwning hack attack

    'Beladen' bedevils web surfers

    Security 02 19:36

  • US Patent Office backs Nvidia with Rambus rejection

    41 infringement claims swatted

    Hardware 02 20:05

  • Ellison pits Sun and Oracle against AJAX and Google

    JavaFX for OpenOffice and netbooks

    Developer 02 20:16

  • AMD trumpets HDTV-on-PC chip

    Worldwide acronym love

    Hardware 02 20:28

  • Windows 7 to ship October 22

    Development wraps in July

    Operating Systems 02 21:06

  • Rumor mill coughs up $99 4GB iPhone

    When scuttlebutt collides

    Phones 02 21:33

  • Sony shows off PS3 motion-control magic wand

    Great tech, but too late?

    Media 02 23:52