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2nd July 2009 Archive

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  • Iomega eGo 320GB pocket external hard drive

    Pocket-flat backup bargain?

    Hardware 02 08:02

  • Ofcom decides on white-space parameters

    Location, location, location and a bit of sensing

    Mobile 02 08:02

  • Bidding war breaks out for T-Mobile UK

    Telefonica joins Vodafone

    Mobile 02 08:30

  • Astronomers sniff intermediate mass black hole

    X-rays point to 500 solar mass 'middleweight'

    Science 02 08:31

  • File data to balloon sixfold by 2012

    Petabyte pandemonium

    The Channel 02 09:02

  • Russian's Bulgarian airbags burst mid-flight

    Airborne storm in an F-cup

    Bootnotes 02 09:21

  • Dell's Mini 10 to become location aware

    GPS kit inbound

    Hardware 02 09:23

  • Users claim iPhone 3.0 GPS mis-map mishaps

    'Hi, luv. I'm under the sea, apparently.'

    Phones 02 09:37

  • Software firm goes after Google for internet invisibility cloak

    The more you ignore me, the closer I get

    Applications 02 09:40

  • Prof: People reject news which conflicts with beliefs

    Utter rubbish, according to open-minded observers

    Science 02 09:47

  • Petrol station robbers cuffed after running out of petrol

    Pennsylvania pair in major criminal fail

    Bootnotes 02 09:48

  • Apple grapples with wave of filth

    Underage smut on the iPhone? Surely not

    Mobile 02 10:28

  • Air NZ rolls out naked safety vid

    Bare air derrieres

    Bootnotes 02 10:31

  • China not demolishing Green Dam

    Censorware not going anywhere after all

    Security 02 10:51

  • ESA lifts world's largest telecoms satellite

    TerreStar 1 heads for orbit

    Science 02 10:52

  • Facebook promises privacy settings to suit 'everyone'

    And kills off regional groups

    Applications 02 11:11

  • Apple nixing Nvidia from 'Nehalem' Macs?

    Tough bargaining or faulty-GPU fallout suspected

    Hardware 02 11:19

  • Porsche bites back at e-car proponents

    Still several tech hurdles to overcome, says exec

    Science 02 11:23

  • Gmail turns into label junkie

    What folder are you wearing this season?

    Applications 02 11:24

  • Ofcom exempts wall-piercing tech

    Ultra Wide Band also to be allowed in cars

    Broadband 02 11:36

  • Toshiba NB200

    The right way to design a netbook

    Laptops 02 12:02

  • 'First-ever' flight of robotic ornithopter announced

    Prototype 'nano' bugging-bug drone gets another $2m

    Science 02 12:08

  • Germans and Swiss snub DAB

    Still too costly, reckon broadcasters

    Media 02 12:21

  • Archos confirms Android tablet launch

    Coming this September

    Hardware 02 12:47

  • Bing slips into bed with Twitter

    Little one says 'roll over'

    Applications 02 12:48

  • Hyundai cans UK mobile phone plans

    The recession's latest victim?

    Phones 02 12:54

  • Spam levels bounce back after botnet takedown

    Even botnets have backup now

    Security 02 13:02

  • Seagate's SSD may be a bit late

    SoC problem makes for schedule jam

    Storage 02 13:07

  • CPW and Vodafone finally make up

    Operator discovers who's wearing the trousers

    Mobile 02 13:10

  • Marie Curie voted top female boffin

    Scientifically radiant, New Scientist poll shows

    Science 02 13:26

  • VirtenSys virtualises RAID controllers

    Storage controllers and disk drives

    Virtualization 02 13:48

  • Trading Standards calls for online knife sale ban

    Conscience pricked by underage web blade spree

    Law 02 14:06

  • Satanic blob beast menaces North Carolina

    Sewercam vid captures pulsating subterranean horror

    Bootnotes 02 14:31

  • Mrs Slocombe's pussy vanishes from Twitter

    Naughty memorial hashtag kiboshed

    Bootnotes 02 14:59

  • US employers cut 467,000 jobs in June

    Back into the woods, not seeing it for trees

    Financial News 02 15:28

  • Boomerang attack against AES better than blind chance

    Pesky algorithm not invulnerable

    Security 02 15:33

  • UK DVD sales plunge...

    ...and still massively outsell 'booming' Blu-ray

    Hardware 02 15:34

  • Grand Theft Auto IV coming to the iPhone?

    Video teases gamers

    Games 02 17:02

  • Microsoft distances self from IE 8 puke ads

    Windows 7 family pack grounded?

    Software 02 17:51

  • Speculation mounts over AVG plans for OS X client

    'Mac users have no antibodies'

    Security 02 18:00

  • Dell cracks open EMEA PC services

    Stretches to non-Dell iron plus servers

    Software 02 18:33

  • Apple patents karaoke lessons

    MaSfPRTFfK?!

    Media 02 20:05

  • Web 2.0 not liable for real-world assaults, says court

    Decency Act deflects MySpace suits

    Law 02 20:12

  • PC giants ship Chinese censorware anyway

    The porn filter that keeps you from typing

    Government 02 20:15

  • Iran ends text message blackout

    Three weeks after election day

    Government 02 21:21

  • iPhone crashing bug could lead to serious exploit

    More fun with SMS

    Security 02 21:30

  • Google code cloud in six-hour blinkage

    App Engine stalls

    Developer 02 21:35

  • AT&T's iPhone 'iLaunch' sets record

    'Best-ever sales day'

    Mobile 02 21:38