18th August 2009 Archive

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  • Georgian cyber attacks launched by Russian crime gangs

    With help from Twitter, Facebook and Microsoft

    Security 18 00:23

  • Info Tribunal appeals to split from January

    New two-tier system for ICO appeals

    Law 18 07:02

  • Onyx Group scoops up financial services IT provider

    Hedges bets with Moffat Communications

    The Channel 18 08:02

  • Nvidia chuffed by Zune HD design win

    A Tegra in its tank

    Hardware 18 08:23

  • Video captures camera-capable iPod Touch

    Set for 7 September unveiling?

    Hardware 18 08:27

  • IBM tempts threadbare councils with off-the-peg data analysis

    But do councils need culture change before hi-tech?

    Government 18 09:02

  • Japan's top-selling mobile: iPhone 3GS

    Apple cracks 'difficult' market?

    Phones 18 09:03

  • 38% of large US companies have full-time email monitoring staff

    Dept of snooping and personnel

    Management 18 09:11

  • Virgin hijacks empty pages

    All your void are belong to us

    Broadband 18 09:18

  • Apple won't take tablet to September iPod event, says mole

    Bitter pill for fanboys to swallow?

    Hardware 18 09:26

  • Day of REST approaches for the cloud

    It's a style thing

    Storage 18 09:42

  • Directgov farms out web content across Europe

    Putting public service oeufs in many baskets

    Government 18 09:43

  • Xbox 360 price to rise

    Arcade to replace the Pro?

    Games 18 10:03

  • Apple second only to Nokia in Euro smartphone biz

    Wins big globally

    Phones 18 10:04

  • Miami health centre starts RFID soap snooping

    Paging Dr Kildare, you dirty bugger

    Broadband 18 10:49

  • Mozilla tries to shunt Firefox 3.0 users over to 3.5

    Upgrade or die!

    Applications 18 10:55

  • BMW's X6 turns eco

    ActiveHybrid X6 unveiled

    Science 18 11:06

  • Sony to delay 11in-plus OLED TV launch

    Cashflow to blame?

    Hardware 18 11:12

  • Bungling cybercops' r00t-y0u.org sting backfires

    Hack me? Hack you!

    Security 18 11:18

  • EU turns beady eye on flaming iPod menace

    Investigates claims that 'i' is for 'incendiary'

    Hardware 18 11:19

  • On VoIP for business

    A Reg primer for SMEs

    VoIP 18 11:20

  • Dell denies dPhone debut

    Concept design demo'd at China Mobile event, apparently

    Phones 18 11:41

  • Zombie plague analysed by Canadian maths prof

    Quarantine, cure no good - violence is only hope

    Science 18 11:43

  • Intel X25-M 34nm Flash SSD

    The chip giant's second-gen solid-state drive

    Hardware 18 12:02

  • Wireless power gets lovely shiny logo

    No application yet, but hey!

    Broadband 18 12:08

  • Terracotta swallows open-source Java speed pill

    IP and brains buy

    Developer 18 12:10

  • Dawkins' website forum hacked to send spam

    God! What a nuisance

    Security 18 12:11

  • SpinVox: Patricia Russo joins, quits almost immediately

    Short stay parking for ex-Alcatel-Lucent chief

    Mobile 18 12:29

  • NASA: Extraterrestrial sample holds ingredient for alien life

    Definitely not lab contamination, insist boffins

    Science 18 12:39

  • Getting under the shell of virtualization

    On kernels and other nut puns

    Software 18 13:02

  • Shop risks legal action for posting 'shoplifter' CCTV online

    Your face here. Or not

    Law 18 13:10

  • Robo autopilot 'digital parachute' lands light plane hands-off

    Another key piece of flying-car tech cracked

    Science 18 13:19

  • Most gamers fat and miserable, finds study


    Games 18 14:26

  • DIY GSM network is go

    A Blue Peter badge for Hackers At Random

    Mobile 18 14:32

  • Campaign for official Turing apology gathers steam

    Downing Street petition up

    Bootnotes 18 14:33

  • MSI to beat rivals to market with next-gen Atoms?

    Wants to be ahead of the crowd of new netbooks

    Hardware 18 14:53

  • UK.gov won't drop 50p high speed broadband tax plans - yet

    Electioneering ain't what it used to be

    Broadband 18 14:54

  • Leica unwraps £16k, 32Mp camera

    2000 pixels per Pound

    Hardware 18 15:22

  • Apptio counts the cost of virtualization

    As well as cash from Andreesen and other VCs

    Virtualization 18 15:55

  • iTunes swallowed a quarter of US music sales

    World's largest retailer thumped

    Media 18 16:24

  • US software pirate fined $210K for auction sales

    Counterfeit CD seller feels burn

    Software 18 16:35

  • Adobe patches 'critical' flaws in ColdFusion, JRun

    Code execution, information disclosure bugs dead

    Security 18 18:21

  • Drizzle for Christmas - year-end-prediction for MySQL fork

    Tightening up changes

    Developer 18 18:49

  • Scientists unlock DIY DNA

    Collars artificially felt

    Science 18 19:18

  • Citrix: Novell's only option for virtualization marriage

    Rush to beat Red Hat, repent at leisure

    Virtualization 18 20:03

  • Finger crossing won't lure iPhone coders to Windows Mobile

    Microsoft's miscalculation compounded

    Developer 18 20:59

  • Woman charged with cyberbullying teen on Craigslist

    Girl's pics and number posted to Casual Encounters

    Security 18 21:43

  • Sony reveals slim PS3, drops price

    Slinky fall debut planned

    Media 18 21:46

  • US telcos reject broadband cash as connections drop

    Won't compromise Tiger Woods' sponsorship

    Networks 18 22:58

  • Windows XP customers positive but split on Windows 7

    Reading about it is enough

    Operating Systems 18 23:55