3rd September 2009 Archive

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  • Xbox 360 'least reliable' console

    Failure rate at 23.7 per cent

    Games 03 00:23

  • Amazon files Googlebooks pact with the monopolies

    'Cartel' cross-reference

    Media 03 00:33

  • VMware lures SMBs with free treats

    The fastest growing virt market

    Virtualization 03 04:25

  • OnLive game beta enters public stream

    Is your rig good enough? Is OnLive's?

    Media 03 04:26

  • Nokia's £500 netbook: What were they thinking?

    Booklet™ comes at a Pricelet™

    Hardware 03 09:02

  • Yorkshire start-up aims to shake up telecoms security

    Syphan leaps funding gap for Silicon Dale

    Security 03 09:32

  • Sony shows off triple-tuner HD TV

    First Freesat-friendly telly too

    Hardware 03 09:41

  • Mountain speculation on EMC/Cisco joint venture

    Taking a peak at Alpine plans

    The Channel 03 09:48

  • Database billionaire trampled by elephant

    Serious injuries for Siebel

    Science 03 09:48

  • LG, Sony Ericsson Windows Mobile 6.5 phones outed

    New handsets break cover

    Phones 03 09:58

  • YouTube UK welcomes back the music

    While Google says I love you, if you pay my rent

    Media 03 10:04

  • NASA works on robo-podcab scheme

    Robosaurus inventor gets backing for Mag-lev personal transporter

    Science 03 10:19

  • HMV buys half of music download startup

    7Digital for £7.7m

    Media 03 10:21

  • Musical chairs at ST Ericsson

    Chief exec moves after seven months

    Hardware 03 10:26

  • Linutop upgrades Linux micro-PC line

    Beefier CPU for version 3

    Hardware 03 10:30

  • Panasonic reveals 3D Blu-ray player plan

    A 3D TV's perfect pal?

    Hardware 03 10:40

  • Texan confronts the legendary chupacabras

    Sinister goat sucker or mangy coyote?

    Science 03 10:42

  • Samsung readies 'space saving' 2TB external HDD

    Capacity boost

    Hardware 03 11:01

  • Beware evangelists

    Understanding the nature of the beast

    Management 03 11:11

  • Home Office foot-dragging exposes ACPO to criticism

    But talk of a rift is premature

    Law 03 11:14

  • Snow Leopard forces silent Flash downgrade

    Bundled insecurity bungle

    Security 03 11:17

  • Aussie firewall nears death

    What's that Skippy? It smells funny?

    Government 03 11:37

  • Blu-ray Disc players: Sony adds Wi-Fi...

    ...while Samsung throws in YouTube and MKV support

    Hardware 03 11:39

  • Samsung lasers to print out web pages

    Range gains 'Print website' feature

    Hardware 03 11:39

  • Bletchley Park to restore 112-byte* '50s Brit nuke computer

    'Computing equivalent of raising the Mary Rose'

    Vintage 03 11:45

  • Street View applies extra blur to Swiss

    Complaints force Mountain View to revisit mountain views

    Government 03 11:50

  • Japan's first lady visits Venus

    Green planet 'a very beautiful place' says PM's extraterrestrial missus

    Bootnotes 03 11:52

  • Viewsonic launches slimline netbook

    And a slightly cheaper, chunkier one too

    Hardware 03 12:08

  • Gov wants £120k web monkey, not junior Twittercrat

    Tweets an own-goal

    Government 03 12:31

  • Nokia intros X series

    New name, look for XpressMusic line

    Phones 03 12:40

  • BMW offers e-Mini tryouts to UK drivers

    No such thing as a free lunch

    Science 03 12:51

  • Anti-spam smackdown finds best junk filter

    McAfee spanks all comers in early tests

    Security 03 13:02

  • Philips cautious on 3D TV plans

    Prototype on show, but undecided on 3D system

    Hardware 03 13:12

  • Your analyst guide to The Register Agile Data Center Summit

    Collins' theory of evolution

    Servers 03 13:17

  • Oracle-Sun merger faces full monopoly probe

    Open-source concern, lawyer embarrassed

    Systems 03 13:32

  • Hitachi Data Systems reselling InMage recovery software

    After Scout-ing around for best partner

    Storage 03 13:47

  • FCC calls for more frequencies

    Electromagnetic spectrum just not wide enough

    Broadband 03 14:00

  • Shuttle offers Linux-loaded all-in-one Atom desktop

    Dual-core touchscreen machine

    Hardware 03 14:19

  • Logitech updates network music player with touchscreen

    Squeezebox 3 reborn as Touch

    Hardware 03 14:49

  • German inventor gushes over portable women's weebag

    Guaranteed to discreetly take the piss

    Bootnotes 03 14:52

  • Sharp launches ultra low power LCD TVs

    Less than 89 Watts

    Hardware 03 14:55

  • Sun squirrels away flash drive array

    Not opening the overcoat just yet

    Storage 03 14:59

  • Israelis offer unmanned robo smart-missile 8-pack

    Tanks? Artillery? Airstrikes? So 20th century

    Science 03 15:11

  • Toshiba: Window Mobile 6.5 will make TG01 a 'new' phone

    Existing owners to get free ugrade

    Phones 03 15:11

  • Gartner confirms crap Q2 server sales

    Big boxes, EMEA hit hard

    Servers 03 16:19

  • LG demos world's largest OLED TV

    Don't throw out your 32in LCD just yet

    Hardware 03 16:33

  • Toshiba multimedia touchscreen tablet out by Christmas

    Only if you can swallow Windows CE

    Hardware 03 17:23

  • Apple Store pillaged in 31 seconds

    Five fanboi filchfest

    Bootnotes 03 18:10

  • Breaching Fort Apache.org - What went wrong?

    Open-sourcers put locks on keys

    Security 03 18:23

  • Hackers strike OneWebDay idealists

    Celebrating the web

    Media 03 18:42

  • iPhone taught to edit Office 2007 docs, sheets

    Quickoffice welcomes Xs

    Mobile 03 19:57

  • Googlephone set for second US carrier

    Android trains for October Sprint

    Mobile 03 20:29

  • iPhone MMS hits US on September 25

    AT&T re-clogs arteries

    Mobile 03 21:13

  • Umpteen tools to fight VM sprawl

    There's a virtual machine born every minute

    Servers 03 21:57

  • Google patents (2004) home page

    We own practically nothing

    Media 03 23:00

  • IBM puts virtual desktops in the sky

    Solitaire served from far, far away

    Servers 03 23:03