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28th August 2009 Archive

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  • Dell sees 'stability,' not growth

    Profits drop 23% on weak corporate sales

    Financial News 28 00:10

  • Yahoo! loses spot at Britain's biggest ISP

    Search function goes to Google

    Broadband 28 08:02

  • Computacenter eats recession for breakfast

    Downturn? We don't see no steenking downturn

    The Channel 28 08:40

  • Pillar first past 2TB post

    Doubles SATA drive capacity

    Storage 28 08:41

  • Reg bean counter in charity cycling towerathon

    From Paris to Blackpool, the hard way

    Bootnotes 28 08:56

  • Copan cops more funding

    Becalmed MAID vendor swallows another $3m

    Storage 28 09:25

  • WPA keys gone in 60 seconds

    Time to move to WPA 2

    Broadband 28 10:11

  • Loch Ness Monster surfaces on Google Earth

    Scottish leviathan spied from space

    Bootnotes 28 10:25

  • Home Office coughs to larger data loss

    Another 250,000 records lunched

    Government 28 10:28

  • Belgian boy's iPhone 'explodes'

    'The screen went completely black'

    Phones 28 10:44

  • Manufacturer demos two-screen 15in laptop

    Planning 13in, 16in and 17in models, too

    Hardware 28 10:47

  • EA exec predicts PlayStation 3.5, Xbox 560

    Hints at staggered future for console upgrades

    Games 28 10:54

  • C2000 hits out at loveless Novell

    You don't mean that much to me

    The Channel 28 10:58

  • Lad from Lagos makes YouTube pitch

    Prince Obi and his Web 2.0 dollars

    Bootnotes 28 11:14

  • NASA suffers rocket fail 20 seconds from firing

    Discovery delayed too and the moon probe navigation fails...

    Science 28 11:19

  • Hackers serve up pre-release malware to Mac fanboys

    Snow Leopard scuppered, f*cks it for Foxit

    Security 28 11:22

  • Unanimis turns Orange

    Mobile ads you've been waiting for are nearly here

    Mobile 28 11:25

  • Sky's the limit

    Hacks nick Twit pics then nix fixing it

    Media 28 11:33

  • UK Femtocell manufacturer goes it alone

    What happens if you bring the water to the horse?

    Mobile 28 11:36

  • Breakfast cereal freebie CD dishes up hard-core smut

    Swedish woman in porn flakes shocker

    Bootnotes 28 11:39

  • Guardian recruits citizen journalists to cover Climate Camp

    Hi-tech democracy - or old-fashioned wages cut?

    Media 28 12:00

  • Virgin Media 'overwhelmed' by broadband customers fleeing BT

    Result? Delays aplenty

    Broadband 28 12:03

  • Venezuela to ban violent videogames?

    Bill gaining political support

    Games 28 12:03

  • Panasonic DMR-BS850

    Freesat+ Blu-ray recorder with nearly all the trimmings

    Hardware 28 12:15

  • Home Office publishes bold do-nothing initiative

    As you were, lads

    Government 28 13:50

  • The Prisoner of Blogger

    There is no escape from the spinning wheel of death

    Applications 28 14:08

  • Apple working on Mac tablet in addition to 10in iPod?

    Mole says he spied 13in and 15in models

    Hardware 28 14:20

  • UK media: 'Met Office computer will destroy the world'

    Oh for f*ck's sake

    Science 28 14:26

  • Hackers scalp Apache

    SSH hits the fan

    Security 28 14:32

  • UK Music secret data: 'Young people will pay for downloads'

    Response to government may have legal undertones

    Media 28 14:50

  • Apple signs iPhone deal with China

    Shipments to arrive in Q4 '09

    Phones 28 14:56

  • Whistleblower releases Skype snooping code

    VoIPwn

    VoIP 28 15:00

  • HTML 5 is no Flash or Silverlight killer — yet

    Death of 1,000 years cuts

    Developer 28 15:02

  • x86 Server virtualization still work in progress

    Good start, but it's not all plain sailing

    Software 28 15:04

  • Hacks hoodwinked by hoax Baltimore mayor's website

    When The Wire and Midsomer Murders collide

    Bootnotes 28 15:18

  • Intel boosts Q3 guidance

    Wall Street cheers silver lining in big, black cloud

    Hardware 28 15:23

  • 'External force' fractured French iPhones, says Apple

    Batteries not to blame

    Phones 28 15:41

  • US regulators probe wireless competition

    Devices and infrastructure focus

    Broadband 28 17:08

  • Mobile operators pooh-pooh universal phone-snooping plan

    'What, us worry?'

    Security 28 18:01

  • Web-based Office misses August appointment

    Tests promised "soon"

    Applications 28 18:21

  • Internet Archive stares down Google book mine

    Beware the cookie before dinner

    Media 28 18:32

  • Sony explains PS3 Slim's loss of Linux option

    Old Stations to stay Penguin friendly

    Operating Systems 28 19:12

  • Fed chairman hit by ID thieves

    22 charges after hundreds are hit by pickpocket-allied fraudsters

    Security 28 19:40

  • US Dems fill inboxes with 419 scams

    democrats.org co-opted

    Security 28 19:41

  • OpSource floats VMware cloud

    Like Amazon EC2, only better

    Virtualization 28 22:52

  • Snow Leopard arrives with meow, not a roar

    Fanbois ain't what they used to be

    Operating Systems 28 23:07

  • Accused TJX hacker faces 15 to 20

    The largest (known) identity theft caper in US history

    Security 28 23:59