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21st December 2009 Archive

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  • A decade to forget - how Microsoft lost its mojo

    So not the 1990s

    Operating Systems 21 03:07

  • Intel's Atomic 'Pine Trail' arrives early

    Nettops? Fuggedaboutem

    Hardware 21 05:02

  • IT recession is no more, says study

    Growth in 2010

    Management 21 07:02

  • Toshiba MK6465GSX 640GB laptop hard drive

    Notebook storage booster

    Hardware 21 08:02

  • BBC looks to grab internet TV market

    Project Canvas is go

    Media 21 09:38

  • GSMA recruits a bit of Fry and Duran Duran

    We must be working for the SIM trade

    Mobile 21 09:40

  • UK retail Wi-Fi security still patchy

    War walk on the wild side

    Security 21 10:38

  • Oz anti-censorship site is censored

    What's that Skippy? A satirical website's been taken down?

    Government 21 11:01

  • Data Robotics CEO change no big deal

    Former chief exec insists there 'isn't any drama here'

    Storage 21 11:02

  • Google: Do no evil, pay no tax

    Well, not much, anyway

    Financial News 21 11:10

  • Samsung tunes into musical yoof with touchphone

    What the kids want?

    Phones 21 11:16

  • Panasonic releases more capacious, less explosive laptop battery

    Can't overheat, apparently

    Hardware 21 11:45

  • Faster BT broadband on starting blocks for Olympics - maybe

    Limbers up for record-breaking fibre installations

    Broadband 21 12:03

  • Plod to retain personal data from DNA innocents

    Council of Europe hunts for slapping gloves

    Law 21 12:23

  • Vodafone to start selling iPhone on 14 January

    Prices up monthly packages

    Phones 21 12:26

  • British troops to get new all-terrain camouflage kit

    Afghanistan annoyingly not all the same colour

    Science 21 12:27

  • Twitter hack linked to internal security breach

    Cyber-reprisal for Iranian election support

    Security 21 12:34

  • UK ID card project descends into muddle

    Expansion to London yoof planned, despite funding doubts

    Government 21 14:22

  • O2 takes a Christmas break

    IP addresses snowed in

    Phones 21 14:25

  • Hungary mandates open standards

    Competition in the software game? We've heard of it

    Applications 21 14:28

  • Scareware scammers exploit Brittany Murphy's death

    Cyber footpads poison more interweb searches

    Security 21 14:41

  • Dan O’Bannon dies at 63

    Alien scribe succumbs to Crohn’s disease

    Bootnotes 21 15:08

  • DARPA scientists demand lightning on tap

    'Live, my beauty! Live! Ah-hahaha! They said I was mad. Etc'

    Science 21 15:10

  • Privacy group sues DoJ over 'digital strip search' data

    The law sees your a*s

    Law 21 15:19

  • Asus, Dell, MSI announce next-gen Atom netbooks

    'Pine Trail' product now official

    Hardware 21 15:35

  • Volvo: C30 e-car coming as fleet not one-off prototype

    Govt cash fuels expansion plan

    Science 21 15:43

  • France gets a fourth third generation network

    Free aims to spark price war

    Mobile 21 16:03

  • Aliens more likely to live on moons than planets, say boffins

    Spacegoing exomoononauts voyage around ringed primaries?

    Science 21 16:22

  • WinAmp update fades out critical media player flaws

    This one goes up to 5.57

    Security 21 16:35

  • Secret neo-Nazi documents published

    11 membership lists about to go online

    Law 21 16:44

  • Vatican awards self 'unique copyright' on Pope

    No one gets Pontifical but us

    Bootnotes 21 18:30

  • ISS gets Soyuz visitors for the holidays

    Space Station preps for construction job

    Science 21 18:52

  • Stella Artois augments iPhone reality

    I need a drink? There's an app for that

    Mobile 21 19:02

  • The Avatar storage effect

    Aspera feeds 3D flick

    Storage 21 19:05

  • Closeted lesbian sues Netflix for privacy invasion

    'Brokeback Mountain factor'

    Security 21 20:21

  • Harvard smarties name Steve Jobs 'world's best CEO'

    Redmond's Steve? Not so much

    Business 21 21:08

  • Inside Google, data drives 'everything'

    Ex-Microsoft Startup Whisperer speaks from Chocolate Factory

    Applications 21 22:11