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4th November 2009 Archive

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  • Newfangled cookie attack steals/poisons website creds

    Google, Facebook risk

    Security 04 00:24

  • Data-gobbling, dollar-munching iPhone bug unearthed

    The $15,000 download

    Mobile 04 00:52

  • PayPal to embed X apps in self

    iPhone meets Facebook meets 'all of ecommerce'

    Developer 04 01:01

  • (Galway) Baywatch - IBM monitors Ireland's beaches

    Teams with EPA to log water quality

    Government 04 06:02

  • Hacker frees iPhone from Jobsian tyranny (again)

    $10,000 worth of integrity

    Mobile 04 06:02

  • Coming soon: Freetard, The Movie

    Music biz rise and fall hits the, um, small screen

    Bootnotes 04 06:02

  • Dell schools net 'dolphins' in ways of Microsoft 'whale'

    Lessons in custom iron

    Servers 04 06:37

  • New EU rules force telcos to 'fess up for data breaches

    Non-telcos can still lose data whenever they want

    Law 04 07:02

  • Bookeen Cybook Opus

    Kindle who?

    Tablets 04 08:02

  • Open University talks clouds with MS and Google

    It's a learning process

    Servers 04 08:02

  • Jobs go at Novell

    And pensions suspended

    The Channel 04 09:11

  • The x-texting Metrotextual comes out of the closet

    C u in pub x

    Mobile 04 09:13

  • USB 3.0 thumb drive pops up

    Super Talent goes SuperSpeed

    Hardware 04 09:56

  • Messenger beams back colour snap of Mercury

    NASA releases new data from third fly-by

    Science 04 10:19

  • Brussels readies full investigation of Oracle Sun

    Larry's stubbornness backfiring?

    Applications 04 10:22

  • Hands on with Asus' redesigned Eee Keyboard

    But launch delayed - again

    Hardware 04 10:24

  • Nvidia taps Transmeta team for x86 chip, claims analyst

    Shoring up, not quitting chipset biz

    Hardware 04 10:56

  • STRONG REAL SEX? That's not porn, rules ASA

    The kids'll never notice

    Media 04 10:58

  • What does a server environment look like anyway?

    And how well do things function as a result?

    Server Management 04 11:02

  • Conservatives promise 'lights on, lights off' IT policy

    Budgets to go from 100w to 40w

    Servers 04 11:02

  • Number of local council snoopers clipped

    RIPA abuse curtailed

    Government 04 11:14

  • Wallace and Gromit get the Google doodle treatment

    Search monolith celebrates pair's 20th anniversary

    Bootnotes 04 11:18

  • AMD dual-Radeon HD 5870 card spied on web

    What all were expecting, surfaces

    Hardware 04 11:20

  • Orange coughs up cash for old kit

    Any, any, any old iron

    Mobile 04 11:34

  • PrevX piles in against bank Trojans, phishing

    Plugging gaps in traditional anti-malware

    Security 04 11:42

  • Parallels 5 skins Windows

    Win7 support added

    Virtualization 04 11:42

  • Lords want help on cyber attacks

    Give the learned gents a hand

    Security 04 11:51

  • You can't sack me, I'm with Gaia

    "Message: I care"

    Science 04 12:09

  • Chinese store exposes iPhone 4's midriff

    Metal plate gets fans hot and bothered

    Mobile 04 12:13

  • Large Hadron Collider team flicks switch on Xeon grid

    But hurry up with octo? We switch on tomorrow

    Server Management 04 12:30

  • BAE mounts the Last Charge of the Light Cavalry

    British Swedish tank to slip through MoD's closing door?

    Government 04 12:31

  • X-rays beat computer as best invention ever

    Science Museum poll looks backwards

    Science 04 12:39

  • US start-up punts family friendly netbook appliance

    Litl launches foldable Webbook

    Hardware 04 12:48

  • Whitehall plans 'White Noise' phone network collapse

    Unjoined-up government, coming next week

    Government 04 12:50

  • Sony Bravia KDL-46Z5500 200Hz 46in LCD TV

    Striking picture quality

    Hardware 04 13:02

  • HP launches Acadia counterattack

    Returns fire at Cisco/EMC/VMware alliance

    Virtualization 04 13:22

  • Naked Win 7 still vulnerable to most viruses

    User Account Control easily bypassed

    Operating Systems 04 13:22

  • BBC iPlayer to hit Freesat boxes by month's end

    MHEG implementation paves way for Freeview HD release too

    Hardware 04 13:23

  • STEC booms but shares are falling

    Wall Street worries low hanging disk fruit plucked

    Storage 04 14:00

  • Blade servers are hot!

    That's a good thing, right?

    Servers 04 14:02

  • BT squares up to Google Voice with Ribbit Mobile

    It's all internetty but also very telecommy

    Broadband 04 14:20

  • The Beatles go digital, sort of

    USB outprices box set? We can't work it out either

    Media 04 14:26

  • T-Mobile back up after US outage

    Five-hour fubar fixed

    Mobile 04 14:32

  • Feds bust cable modem modder kit maker

    Faces 20 years for showing how to bust speed caps

    Broadband 04 15:11

  • Google opens up OAuth to tackle password chores

    Cleverness to dispose of onerous task of logging in

    Security 04 15:54

  • Sacked drugs advisor pledges new expert body

    Reckons more resignations are to come

    Government 04 16:08

  • Woman rings cops to decry daughter's superior BJ skills

    Both blew pop, as is the Ohio custom

    Bootnotes 04 16:50

  • HP to throw Matrix tech beyond x64 blades

    Neoview data warehouse ported to blades

    Servers 04 16:50

  • Asus talks up turbo-charged thin'n'light laptops

    A 33 per cent boost at the flick of a switch

    Hardware 04 17:19

  • Asus waves farewell to (laptop) fans

    'Thermal holes' demoed on concept 'folding' notebook

    Hardware 04 17:42

  • Mac art project game destroys aliens files

    Lose / Lose

    Security 04 17:50

  • New York's top lawman slaps Intel with lawsuit

    Charged with 'bribery and coercion'

    Hardware 04 18:41

  • Twitter fanatic glimpses dark side of OAuth

    'Secure' authentication can be anything but

    Security 04 19:03

  • Ericsson calls on carriers to out-app-store Google

    The Everything Marketplace

    Mobile 04 19:42

  • Google embraces Wave's permission chaos

    It's for your own good

    Applications 04 20:28

  • Microsoft axes another 800 jobs

    More 'headcount adjustments' still possible

    Financial News 04 20:32

  • iPhone apps top 100,000

    Android, Palm lag far behind

    Mobile 04 21:19

  • ScaleMP cuts InfiniBand out of virtual SMP clusters

    Fake SMPs for SMBs and clouds

    Servers 04 21:35

  • SGI-Rackable combo posts big revenue gains

    And a whopping loss

    Financial News 04 22:56

  • Apple not plotting to slay netbook hackintoshes after all

    Breakage unbroke again, move along...

    Data Centre 04 23:30

  • Cisco profits slip 19%, but pass 'tipping point'

    Signs of recovery sighted

    Financial News 04 23:36