28th January 2010 Archive

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  • NewScale spruces IT storefrontware

    IT's internal Amazon

    Management 28 00:18

  • Oracle to invest in Sparc iron, clusters

    No onesies and twosies

    Servers 28 01:18

  • Cisco offers $250k for your billion dollar idea

    And - what the heck - a Flip phone

    Data Networking 28 07:02

  • Oracle murders Sun's copycat Amazon cloud

    Back to reality

    Servers 28 07:02

  • 3PAR plugs-in more power to VMware

    Promises to manage InServes in a jiffy

    Virtualization 28 08:02

  • Japanese biometric border check no match for, um, tape

    Caught sticky handed

    Security 28 08:02

  • Oracle tag teams Solaris and Linux

    Virtual togetherness

    Software 28 09:02

  • Aussie man convicted for Simpsons smut

    What's that Skippy? Lisa's doing what?

    Bootnotes 28 09:05

  • Happy Data Protection Day

    What do you mean you didn't know?

    Government 28 09:26

  • UK authorities' inability to seize counterfeits brings EU court referral

    Sort it out

    Law 28 10:02

  • Logicalis thinks CVN architecture is restrictive

    Needs more multi-tenancy tiers and flexible server virtualisation

    Virtualization 28 10:24

  • Steve Jobs re-invents the portable telly

    And at exactly the right moment

    Hardware 28 10:35

  • 'Tightly bound' stars seen locked in 'diabolic strip waltz'

    Powerful lenses probe bizarre relationship

    Science 28 10:52

  • Endeavour good to go on 7 Feb

    Last nighttime shuttle launch confirmed

    Science 28 11:04

  • Virtualisation in two years’ time

    Anyone have GPS and a good road map?

    Virtualisation Lab 28 11:13

  • Regulator sniffs around stonking iPhone game bills

    Kids making accidental megabucks calls

    Games 28 11:14

  • Telcos tuning up for HD Voice

    Your throat, but clearer. Eventually. Cost TBA

    Phones 28 11:20

  • Sky 3D to launch in April

    Secret pubs showing 3D footie this weekend

    Hardware 28 11:31

  • Seagate pumps £60m into Springtown plant

    Next-gen read/write heads

    Storage 28 11:42

  • India eyes man in space by 2016

    Confirms $2.76bn mission

    Science 28 11:42

  • Apple iPad to hit UK this March

    Prices still a secret

    Mobile 28 11:52

  • Mellanox recovering but wheezing

    Good revenue rise, smaller profit

    Storage 28 11:57

  • ISSCC: Home cooking at the wafer bakers

    Iron chefs chop their chips

    Hardware 28 12:02

  • Home Office spawns new unit to expand internet surveillance

    One acronym to rule them all

    Government 28 12:02

  • Aussie censor balks at bijou boobs

    Gets confused about other female bits also

    Law 28 12:03

  • Tesco store bans shopping in pyjamas

    Customers also required to wear shoes

    Bootnotes 28 12:11

  • Asus G51J

    In yer face stereoscopic 3D gaming, for a price

    Laptops 28 12:27

  • Congressional websites befouled by mucky-mouthed hackers

    Swear splatter follows State of the Union address

    Security 28 12:34

  • Facebook faces new privacy probe

    Canucks still not happy

    Law 28 12:45

  • Next from Apple: The Pocket iPad

    Fondle-slab to be miniaturised, gain killer voice app

    Bootnotes 28 12:48

  • New SGI chases new partners

    Boutique strategy

    HPC 28 13:25

  • Nokia adds police radar to handset

    'I clocked you chatting at 120 words per minute, sir'

    Phones 28 13:26

  • Windows 8 possible July 2011 release?

    Question marks line up on Microsoft roadmap revelations (maybe)

    Operating Systems 28 13:41

  • Brit kids failing to fall out of trees

    Console-related injuries soar, however

    Bootnotes 28 13:57

  • Apple iPad vs netbooks: fight not over yet

    Can't beat 'em, join 'em?

    Hardware 28 14:09

  • Paddy Power takes bets on iPad shipments

    'Over two million sales this year, for sure'

    Hardware 28 14:15

  • Symantec slaps Trojan alert against Spotify

    Scanner turns song software slayer

    Security 28 14:27

  • EDS ruling won't mean overhaul for IT procurement

    Sweat ye not

    Management 28 14:54

  • Nokia Q4 shows it ain't dead yet

    It's getting its mojo back

    Mobile 28 14:55

  • EU super-regulator sets up shop

    Has nice cup of coffee, chat

    Broadband 28 15:57

  • Obama to scrap Moon, Mars expeditions - report

    Astronauts held in orbit for 'at least another 10 years'

    Science 28 16:02

  • World+Dog jumps on iPad accessory bandwagon

    Apple add-ons also available

    Hardware 28 16:30

  • Oracle: Storage trouble in store

    Sun's 7000 top of the class - who's getting expelled?

    Storage 28 16:37

  • Data cops seek law change after CRU broke rules

    Prevarication pays

    Science 28 17:10

  • Google graduates social stalking tool

    Search sniffs out friends and family stuff

    Hardware 28 19:30

  • Citrix desktop virt soars in Q4

    XenServer foundation

    Virtualization 28 19:39

  • Apple lets 3G VoIP onto iPhone

    Trio already there

    Phones 28 19:57

  • Confirmed: no iPad iBooks for Blighty

    Bad news for e-book buffs

    Hardware 28 20:38

  • Critical infrastructure execs fear China

    But they fear the US more

    Security 28 21:10

  • FCC probes Googlephone's double dip cancel fees

    Early termination times two

    Mobile 28 22:03

  • Adobe sounds off on iPad's Flash slap

    And so does Hitler

    Mobile 28 22:04

  • Amazon in 71% profit surge

    Um, let's give the Kindle credit

    Financial News 28 22:56

  • Ellison wants another failing Bay Area giant

    First Sun. Now the Warriors

    Bootnotes 28 22:59

  • Juniper needles way to recovery

    Berries 2009 revenue slump in Q4

    Financial News 28 23:37