4th September 2009 Archive

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  • Startup makes thin clients look chubby

    The zero client

    Hardware 04 03:16

  • Canonical rents out Ubuntu mavens

    Karmic Koala Alpha 5 arrives

    Operating Systems 04 03:31

  • Apple security lags (again) with critical Java patches

    A month late, an OS short

    Security 04 04:04

  • Feds force Googlebooks privacy promise

    Or at least part of it

    Media 04 06:18

  • Virgin Media in 'which Whitchurch' whoopsie

    Spoiler spoiled by stupidity

    Broadband 04 07:02

  • IFA 2009: All the Stories

    Didn't get to the IFA show? Here are the key launches

    Hardware 04 07:33

  • Month of Facebook flaws gets underway

    Every day a different hole

    Security 04 07:39

  • Toshiba unwraps Blu-ray player

    Devil skates to work?

    Hardware 04 07:51

  • LG parades 'first ever borderless' TV

    But not bezel-less...

    Hardware 04 08:13

  • Sale talks heat up at T-Mobile UK

    Three way fight for UK's number four operator

    Mobile 04 08:14

  • Samsung intros Europe's first Nvidia Ion netbook

    Has an 11.6in, HD screen too

    Hardware 04 08:37

  • Toshiba launches latest Satellite

    Flagship notebook with Blu-ray trimmings

    Hardware 04 08:53

  • EU Oracle/Sun investigation could cause rift with US

    Pernickety Europeans could delay deal until 2010

    Law 04 09:01

  • McAfee false alert snares innocent JavaScript files

    I didn't do it

    Security 04 09:28

  • LG promises 3D plasma telly

    2010 launch for 60in screen?

    Hardware 04 10:01

  • Swedish bloke attempts lactation

    Milkman massages moobs

    Bootnotes 04 10:09

  • MS fuels up five critical Windows fixes

    Black Tuesday likely to skip relief for IIS zero-day

    Security 04 10:15

  • iPhone rescue girl gets head stuck down bog

    'Poo Girl' in music festival portaloo ordeal

    Bootnotes 04 10:22

  • HTC readies radical Touch HD revamp

    New CPU, new OS

    Phones 04 10:32

  • Microsoft can still sell Word

    Appeals court calls off XML reaper - for now

    Applications 04 10:38

  • Man arrested for £1m online tax fraud

    London cybercrime network under investigation

    Security 04 10:50

  • Mobile hack shows need for security upgrade

    How cracked is mobile encryption?

    Mobile 04 10:51

  • Samsung YP-Q2 v. Sony E-series deathmatch

    Sounding out two top 8GB media players

    Hardware 04 11:02

  • NASA orbiter snaps Apollo 12 landing site

    Intrepid Descent Stage poses for the camera

    Science 04 11:11

  • Samsung pledges X-series laptops 'will not explode'

    Batteries sport blast-proof ceramic baffles

    Hardware 04 11:14

  • MSI brings ultra-skinny laptop to Blighty

    X600 takes on Air

    Hardware 04 11:25

  • Newport Networks goes titsup

    Welsh tech billionaire sheds tear for failed VoIP venture

    The Channel 04 11:52

  • German boffins invent steel Velcro

    Good for sticking on building facades, apparently

    Science 04 11:54

  • YouTube Lad from Lagos gets a bite

    Prince Obi prepares to reel in video respondee

    Bootnotes 04 11:58

  • Could Micron buy Numonyx?

    Intel's flash children could be reunited

    Storage 04 12:02

  • Conficker borks London council

    Dirty USB shuts systems for days

    Security 04 12:23

  • Man remanded for extreme porn offences

    Time to dust off those disk scrubbers?

    Law 04 12:28

  • Microsoft adds Ping to Bing, leaves Windows Live in dark

    What a bing-a-ling-a-ding-dong

    Applications 04 13:31

  • Touchscreen Vaios delayed

    Launch put back to 'early 2010'

    Hardware 04 13:56

  • Samsung 'submarine' speaker system surfaces

    Kelp helps make better sound. Apparently

    Hardware 04 13:59

  • Comes With Music aims for Spotify

    Why pay?

    Media 04 14:11

  • Ofcom fails to sweep away power-line networking

    Radio Society notices bump in carpet

    Data Networking 04 14:15

  • US jobless rate climbs again in August

    IT job stats lost in the murk

    Financial News 04 14:28

  • Gear4 launches first CD-capable kit

    LP-compatible docking stations on the horizon?

    Hardware 04 14:29

  • Police drop case against admin over animal rights comments

    Probe of judge's exposure on Indymedia UK continues

    Law 04 14:32

  • Amazon red cards 'offensive' Man Utd chant CD

    Gunners cry foul over Wenger jibe

    Media 04 14:44

  • Axeman cometh: Microsoft lays off 27 staff

    Washed up in Washington

    Financial News 04 14:46

  • Coming soon - LSI: Filer

    A case of ONStor integration

    Storage 04 14:52

  • 'Exomoonologist': NASA can detect forest moon of Endor

    Possible multi-civilisation star systems too

    Science 04 15:29

  • Nokia: Castration as Motivation

    And other surgical specialities

    Bootnotes 04 15:45

  • Mercedes moves e-car concept closer to the forecourt

    BlueZero E-Cell Plus design tweaked

    Science 04 16:02

  • Amazon offers restitution for Orwellian Kindle moment

    Ministry of Truth in $30 apology

    Media 04 16:20

  • Faux Facebook 'friend' takes US woman for $4,000

    Crooks impersonate UK Immigration

    Security 04 16:23

  • New IIS attacks (greatly) expand number of vulnerable servers

    Microsoft's webserver even easier to exploit

    Security 04 17:49

  • Windows Mobile 7 feature details mined

    iPhone beating beta now?

    Mobile 04 19:04

  • Net watchdog inserts self in Googlebooks pact

    What good is a privacy policy?

    Media 04 19:08

  • iPhones get sun, leg power

    When batteries aren't enough

    Phones 04 19:45

  • 'Special' Red Hat project joins search for The Meta Cloud

    You call it 'special.' I call it 'not that interesting'

    Servers 04 21:24

  • Firefox to warn users of insecure Adobe Flash

    By popular demand

    Security 04 21:37

  • Music industry cooks UK government's piracy stats

    '7 million' Brit pirates? Who says?

    Media 04 21:52

  • Oracle should relax Sun's Java Community control grip

    'No-brainer' open-source vote winner

    Developer 04 22:10

  • Microsoft pimps bogus Windows 7 'launch parties'

    Free napkins and balloons!

    Bootnotes 04 22:14

  • EchoStar ordered to pay TiVo (another) $200m

    Five years, $400m in fines. And counting

    Media 04 22:29