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26th February 2010 Archive

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  • Senators to NASA: Get your ass to Mars

    Lawmakers blast agency for lack o' vision

    Science 26 00:53

  • Novell: Linux finally breaks even

    An open source milestone

    Software 26 00:57

  • Windows server revenue outpaced Linux in Q4

    Perfect storm plays out

    HPC 26 01:16

  • Fanboi Opera lovers get 10.5 beta

    Mini on the iPhone? Still waiting

    Applications 26 01:26

  • Gmail error hops on POP

    Importing issues hit mail service

    Applications 26 04:45

  • More workers poisoned by supplier for Apple, Nokia

    Nokia responds. Apple doesn't

    Business 26 04:48

  • ICO to investigate surveillance for Parliamentary report

    But who watches the watchdog?

    Government 26 07:02

  • Marathon reels in another $6.5m

    How to tackle Microsoft, VMware

    Virtualization 26 08:02

  • Pentax K-x

    Photo finesse?

    Hardware 26 08:02

  • ID cards: the first year report

    The czar reports

    Government 26 09:13

  • Virgin Media admits broadband upgrade 'confusion'

    But consumers need to act when their contract ends

    Broadband 26 09:55

  • Experts rubbish iPhone for health use

    It's not a cure-all - it's barely even a phone

    Mobile 26 09:58

  • Lara Croft walks rings round Derby City

    Home town heroine has road named after her

    Games 26 10:00

  • Cleversafe beats RAID/replication scale trap

    Distributed slices of data

    Storage 26 10:05

  • Supersonic stealth jumpjet makes 'short landing'

    Comes down Royal Navy style, lids flipped and rolling

    Science 26 10:23

  • Patterned storage media almost sewn up

    Insulate those bits

    Storage 26 10:38

  • Final shuttle rocket test goes without a bang

    While NASA preps Discovery for Tuesday roll-out

    Science 26 10:56

  • BBC to cull radio stations, halve websites in painful biz review

    6 Music, Asian Network up for chop, says report

    Media 26 10:58

  • Latvian hacker tweets hard on banking whistle

    Fat cat pay leaked all over the Baltics

    Security 26 11:14

  • IBM offers voluntary redundo - two days into 'consultation'

    Well, you don't hang about do you

    Financial News 26 11:23

  • Sony ships Freeview HD Bravia TVs

    Dozens of models to choose from

    Media 26 11:26

  • Bringing P2P in from the cold

    Chris Castle catches up with El Reg

    Media 26 12:02

  • Computer boffin on NHS Spine: Get out while you can

    Summary Care Record summarily slammed

    Security 26 12:10

  • Mandy accused of screwing small biz

    Giving more money to Google not good for Brits, is it?

    Small Biz 26 12:12

  • Microsoft slams nails in Windows Vista, XP SP2, 2000

    Switching off life support, left to breathe alone

    Operating Systems 26 12:25

  • EU rattles sabre at Street View

    Warn people you're coming, Google told

    Government 26 12:29

  • US Navy SEALs' new airlock minisub - made in Blighty

    Brit knowhow cracks 'exploding iPod' battery-inferno snag

    Science 26 12:57

  • Twitter hits fan as scams smite banks, cabinet ministers

    Harman gets hacked, Miliband's account peddles penis pills

    Security 26 13:00

  • Cyberspooks sceptical on UK.gov's IT cost-cutting plans

    Cloud threatened by security risks, says GCHQ

    Security 26 13:05

  • Microsoft inks IP licensing exFAT deal with Panasonic

    Not a Flash in the pan

    Developer 26 13:23

  • Suits 2.0 will survive BBC's 'purge'

    Only the lamest survive

    Media 26 13:51

  • Bulgarian airbag absorbs semi-automatic rifle round

    Implant saves US woman's life, plastic surgeon claims

    Bootnotes 26 14:00

  • NatWest suffers calamitous online banking breakdown

    But flack insists system never actually died on arse

    Management 26 14:03

  • Fujitsu strike is off

    Concessions on pay and pensions end four month strike

    Management 26 14:31

  • Jobs: I'll decide what to do with Apple's $40bn cash pile

    Smaug, Marner, Croesus? They never invented the iPhone

    Financial News 26 14:41

  • Ofcom decides it can't decide on spare spectrum

    8MHz left fallow after 6 months of faff

    Mobile 26 15:06

  • 'Promiscuous slapper fruitfly sluts prevent mass extinctions'

    Also: Ant royalty 'devious', implicated in BO-based plots

    Science 26 15:32

  • O2 revamps Sim-only tariffs for end-of-contract iPhone owners

    Owners of other smartphones can apply too

    Mobile 26 15:33

  • O2 intros 'light use' mobile broadband deal

    1GB a month, on a one-month contract

    Broadband 26 15:51

  • eBay Germany faces PayPal probe

    Ich nichten lichten

    Small Biz 26 15:53

  • Samsung joins the Skype-TV crowd

    Two-way telly becomes a reality

    VoIP 26 16:34

  • Microsoft and the Windows Phone 7 noise machine

    The importance of being 'relevant'

    Microbite 26 18:05

  • IBM quietly shoves ISS wares into Tivoli

    Services only, please

    Applications 26 19:03

  • Gay site says bank shut account over 'objectionable' blog

    'Citibank is not so Fabulis'

    Media 26 19:10

  • Parallels fondles Steve Jobs' bare metal

    VMs gets cozy with Apple Xserve

    Virtualization 26 20:53

  • Microsoft warns over rogue Security Essentials

    Not flattered

    Security 26 21:41

  • Facebook patents user news feed

    Zuckerberg owns Web 2.0 stalking

    Media 26 22:13

  • Apple uncovers child workers in its plants

    iPod, iPhone, and Mac makers quizzed

    Business 26 22:26