31st July 2009 Archive

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  • 3Com bitten by rebate scam

    $90,000 down - and counting?

    Business 31 00:25

  • Hijacking iPhones and other smart devices using SMS

    No user interaction necessary

    Security 31 01:25

  • Philips Cinema 21:9 56in LCD TV

    The film buffs' widescreen TV

    Hardware 31 08:02

  • Revenue U-turns on carousel carbon trading

    Enviro-scammers left feeling green around the gills

    Government 31 08:27

  • Southampton Uni getting Nehalem supercomputer

    8000-core IBM iDataplex jobby

    HPC 31 08:29

  • Phoenix warns of 5% rev fall in Q1

    Ashen-faced, but fired up for the coming year

    The Channel 31 08:59

  • CIOs get £170k but helpdesk staffers settle for £6/hr

    IT salaries - because you're worth it

    Management 31 09:24

  • Gaming exec calls for videogame price hike

    £70 per blockbuster title?

    Games 31 09:33

  • McKinnon loses judicial review

    High profile campaign suffers potentially fatal blow

    Law 31 09:38

  • Company wins US patent for podcasting

    VoloMedia wants loads of money 'collaborative relationships'

    Law 31 10:21

  • Villagers cut off as dripping thong sparks brown out

    Leccy firm says only engineers should remove knickers

    Bootnotes 31 10:23

  • LG hails futuristic phone designers

    Immaculate conceptions

    Mobile 31 10:26

  • McAfee gobbles up MX Logic for cloud security push

    Splashes out again with SAAS-y purchase

    Security 31 10:40

  • Microsoft's about turn: Windows 7 tech testers will get free copy of OS

    Reversal of fortune

    Operating Systems 31 10:49

  • Intel weans netbook makers off Atom Z

    Clearing the way for Pine Trail?

    Hardware 31 11:14

  • Taiwan hits Dell with $30k fine in pricing saga

    Authorities threaten more to come

    Hardware 31 11:25

  • eBay could ditch uncrackable Skype tech

    Spooks likely watching with interest

    Broadband 31 11:32

  • The Internet's most evil company?

    The Great Satan of the Blogosphere examined

    Media 31 11:59

  • McKinnon lawyers vow to take fight to US Supremes

    NASA hacker loses judicial review

    Law 31 12:10

  • Vote now to name El Reg space plane

    The final say is yours

    Science 31 12:14

  • Gmail shoves 'on behalf of' feature to one side

    Finally snuggles up with third party SMTP servers

    Applications 31 12:43

  • 12 of the best... travel gadgets

    Don't leave town without them

    Hardware 31 13:09

  • Virtualization rocks - but who cares beyond consolidation?

    Roundup of discussion from Week 1

    Software 31 13:13

  • Now Apple expands time

    Twice the Capsule for your money

    Storage 31 13:26

  • Intel's flash new SSDs hit by bugs

    Don't alter a set BIOS password

    Hardware 31 13:38

  • Malware afflicts 1.5% of Symbian handsets

    According to a malware removal company, at least

    Mobile 31 13:55

  • Government slashes final Eurofighter order

    No more love for outdated planes

    Government 31 14:03

  • Flash update plugs zero-day Adobe vuln

    Plethora of patches perplexes punters

    Security 31 14:39

  • Endeavour glides back to Kennedy

    STS-127 mission ends

    Science 31 14:57

  • Amish farmers lose court battle against RFID

    Beasts must still be numbered, says court

    Broadband 31 15:14

  • Volvo opens e-car kimono

    More than an evaluation mule

    Science 31 17:02

  • Microsoft 'update' breaks Office for Mac

    Can't open PC-created files

    Applications 31 17:58

  • EU court rules 11-word snippets can violate copyright

    AP cackles with glee

    Law 31 18:47

  • Apple patches Black Hat SMS vuln

    Claims 24 hour turnaround

    Security 31 19:15

  • Amazon sued for sending 1984 down Orwellian memory hole

    The web giant decoupled my homework

    Media 31 21:13

  • UK border control can't count

    6? 147? What's the difference

    Bootnotes 31 21:52