6th April 2010 Archive

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  • Wikileaks video shows US gunfire on Reuters staff

    The pics the Pentagon didn't want you to see

    Media 06 04:22

  • Can Oracle Swing it on SWT in Java?

    Preying for pragmatism

    Developer 06 04:28

  • Normal Human Being™ reviews the iPad

    Outside the reality-distortion field

    Tablets 06 04:32

  • Shuttleworth goes Maverick with Ubuntu's 'Perfect 10'

    10.10 is an insect eater

    Operating Systems 06 05:58

  • Shoden resells Avere

    Adds NAS accelerator to its product roster

    Storage 06 07:02

  • Whither the HP Nehalem-EX beastie boxes?

    High end moves at low speed

    Servers 06 07:02

  • Buffalo MicroStation 32GB external SSD

    The USB Flash drive evolves into an HDD killer

    Hardware 06 08:02

  • Don’t muck about with piecemeal unified comms

    The ‘U’ word is actually very important

    Unified Comms 06 08:02

  • Apple's iPad - 'Will It Blend?'

    Too big? We'll fix that

    Tablets 06 08:02

  • Faster VelociRaptor to race out

    Leaked spec details fifth-gen drive

    Storage 06 08:19

  • Toshiba readies flash process shrink

    Following Micron below 30nm

    Storage 06 08:37

  • Cartoon Law goes live

    Time to burn your Japanese comics

    Law 06 08:52

  • Chinese hunters capture 'yeti'

    DNA tests to reveal truth behind hairless beast

    Science 06 09:13

  • Blu-ray Disc brains think up high-capacity disc spec

    But not for mere mortals

    Media 06 09:28

  • iPad security broken in less than 24 hours

    Strangely familiar process

    Hardware 06 09:33

  • Child abuse frame-up backfires on stalker

    Every family's nightmare

    Security 06 09:49

  • Google exposes Buzz private parts

    It's all about giving users 'transparency and control'

    Applications 06 10:22

  • iPad CPU yields up (some) secrets to x-ray scan

    Inside the A4

    Tablets 06 10:23

  • ERP sans frontières

    Access for all

    ERP 06 10:44

  • Samsung cosies up to PC World for UK desktop debut

    All-in-one magic for all the family

    Hardware 06 10:45

  • Carriers to control cut-price tablet market

    Subsidies will bring down prices

    Mobile 06 10:48

  • Nicole Richie turns Twitter hacker on celeb chums

    Kim Kardashian 'fraped'

    Security 06 10:53

  • Elgato adds 3G streaming to TV-on-iPhone app

    Apple relaxes the rules

    Phones 06 11:07

  • Mandybill enters pre-election wash-up

    ORG warns of dire consequences

    Government 06 11:10

  • Microsoft phones coming next week?

    Not competing, complementing

    Phones 06 11:33

  • HTC Desire

    Living up to its name?

    Phones 06 11:44

  • How a Tory gov will be the most tech-savvy in history

    Election 2010: A brave new twittocracy

    Government 06 11:53

  • IBM tears up open source patent pledge, claims FOSS

    Turbo-charged accusations fly

    Operating Systems 06 13:11

  • PDF security hole opens can of worms

    Proof of concept out

    Security 06 13:37

  • CA to axe 1,000 jobs

    Expects $50m in restructuring costs

    Financial News 06 14:29

  • Drobo 'storage robot' gets integrated file sharing

    Drobo FS debuts

    Hardware 06 14:52

  • Microsoft rolls out Xbox 360 USB update

    Bring your own content storage

    Games 06 15:34

  • BDT jumps on removable disk bandwagon

    Tape automation OEM adds RDX disk

    Storage 06 17:02

  • T-Mobile bribes fanbois to trade iPhone for...Windows Mobile 6.5

    $100 to $350 for Apple abandonment

    Phones 06 18:33

  • RSA says it fathered orphan credential in Firefox, Mac OS

    Ultra-sensitive root cert no longer homeless

    Security 06 19:18

  • Cisco fattens up UCS with Nehalem EX

    Four-socket blade and rack boxes

    Servers 06 19:54

  • US energy czars plunk Netezza into super lab

    Smart grids need business intelligence

    HPC 06 20:53

  • US court rules FCC can't ban BitTorrent busting

    Comcast order vacated

    Networks 06 21:13

  • Microsoft roasted for Office 2010 standards FAIL

    Transitional OOXML is 'bad faith'

    Applications 06 21:44