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16th March 2010 Archive

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  • DWP upped IT development spend by a third

    Everyone needs £303m

    Government 16 07:02

  • Intel pushes workhorse Xeons to six cores

    Go Westmere, young man

    Servers 16 07:02

  • Opera unleashes final Opera Mini 5 and Opera Mobile 10

    Yes, Jesus Phone Mini still in limbo

    Mobile 16 07:02

  • Sony Bloggie

    YouTuber cam with 360° imaging, anyone?

    Hardware 16 08:02

  • ID cards have three databases, says minister

    Biometrics, passport data and in-betweenies

    Government 16 08:49

  • Sheffielders must retune their Freeview boxes tomorrow

    BBC channels move to make way for HD

    Hardware 16 09:02

  • PC sales are back in the black

    Second half improvement

    The Channel 16 09:06

  • Windows Phone 7 - what's in and what's out

    MS says everything's in. Just not in this release

    Mobile 16 09:19

  • LibDems drop net blocking, blame activists

    Ministerial superpowers back on the table

    Government 16 09:29

  • Small biz suffocated by employment red tape

    Not waving but drowning

    Small Biz 16 09:34

  • US Marine robot supply skyhook compo: Enter the A160T

    Lid remains firmly on whup-ass can, however

    Science 16 10:01

  • LSI's SAS DAS SAN

    SAN in a rack with no network

    Storage 16 10:12

  • Twitter seeks to embed self in everything

    Web2.0rhea 'anywhere'

    Applications 16 10:13

  • Reality star Pratt shuns showbiz to be cybercrime superhero

    A right tool for the job

    Security 16 10:23

  • Sony announces pre-announced netbook revamp

    Vaio M debuts

    Laptops 16 11:09

  • LSI and Seagate take on Fusion-io with flash

    Muscling in with PCIe flash product sampling

    Storage 16 11:29

  • Google fails to grab Nexus name

    It's nothing new

    Mobile 16 11:38

  • Google vows to delete Chrome's unique client ID

    After it's installed on your PC

    Security 16 11:40

  • Street View plays spot the army numberplate

    Royal Artillery thwart Google blurring tech

    Bootnotes 16 11:42

  • After Sony PSP phone, a 3G Nintendo DS?

    Rumour mill

    Mobile 16 11:45

  • EMC's big DaaDy box

    You gotta havva box to make this sucka fly

    Servers 16 11:46

  • Pirate Bay blocking row silenced in Norway

    Copyright holders lick wounds

    Law 16 11:56

  • US Army considered attack on Wikileaks

    Mole hunt mulled

    Government 16 12:08

  • Twitterati swarm on malaria campaign

    Status: itchy

    Media 16 12:15

  • Manchester's on fire for ID cards, claims ID minister

    Support doubles to hit magic 10k mark... allegedly

    Government 16 12:32

  • China tells Google to obey law even if it's leaving

    No exit papers received

    Government 16 12:37

  • Five loses Freeview HD bandwidth

    Capacity handed to BBC instead

    Media 16 12:52

  • Anti-virus suites still can't block Google China attack

    Protection layer flunks independent tests

    Security 16 12:52

  • Jobcentre ejects Jedi Knight

    Refuses to dehood, stormtroopers intervene

    Bootnotes 16 12:53

  • 'The LHC will implode the Moon or PUT OUT THE SUN'

    Proton-billiards miscue might pocket the black (hole)

    Science 16 12:58

  • SNCF website announces major train disaster

    TGV 'explosion' leaves 102 dead, operator claims

    Bootnotes 16 13:16

  • Sky to pack pubs with 3D TVs

    Broadcaster buys 15,000 LG tellies

    Media 16 13:21

  • Panorama unleashes Torrents of Web2.0rhea

    Pick a character

    Media 16 13:39

  • O2 gets exclusive on Samsung Jet Ultra Edition touchphone

    Gangster giveaway to promote iPlayer handset

    Mobile 16 13:43

  • Home Office, EHRC rap top cop knuckles

    Over-enthusiastic plodding alienates public

    Government 16 14:00

  • Shuttle gets a handle on all-in-one touchscreen PCs

    Takeaway nettop launched

    Hardware 16 14:04

  • Googlephone sales top, um, 135,000

    Only 865,000 behind the Jesus Phone

    Phones 16 14:19

  • PayPal says sorry to Cryptome

    No you're not

    Security 16 14:37

  • Pliant's SSDs are awesome, says Pliant

    You said. So?

    Storage 16 15:31

  • Intel wants vintage x64 servers on rubbish heap

    Time to buy Westmere, says Westmere maker

    HPC 16 15:49

  • Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 embraces - yes - HTML5

    Browser preview powers web standards with GPU

    Applications 16 16:31

  • Computer forensics tool for banks aims to trace Trojans

    CSI UK High Street

    Security 16 16:36

  • Waledac botnet 'decimated' by MS takedown

    Up to 90,000 zombies freed

    Security 16 17:37

  • SGI punts baby Xeon blade box

    Going back to its Origins

    HPC 16 19:50

  • Navy, NASA 'committed' to restoring Silicon Valley Colossus

    Hangar One to survive - if funding appears

    Science 16 19:59

  • Feds use phony MySpace profiles to nab bad guys

    Insert ironic comment here

    Security 16 20:02

  • IBM taps Red Hat KVM virt for dev cloud

    VMware can't win them all

    Servers 16 21:18

  • Twitter plans Chinese presence

    But don't hold your breath

    Media 16 22:38

  • Feds sue Russian for stock pump and dump hack

    Hijacked accounts = easy money

    Security 16 22:43