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19th May 2010 Archive

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  • Man accused of DDoSing conservative talking heads

    'FrostAie' the (alleged) Pwn Man

    Security 19 00:21

  • Microsoft launches patent suit at Salesforce cloud

    Calculate those costs with your CRM

    Software 19 00:33

  • Sony Ericsson Elm

    Buy this phone and save the planet – maybe

    Phones 19 07:02

  • Yahoo! buys! city! of! bloggers!

    The People's Media Company belongs to Carol Bartz

    Media 19 08:17

  • Personal data export clauses now in force

    EEA guidelines updated

    Management 19 09:07

  • Spare Backup branches out with App Store

    Looks to mobile internet market

    Storage 19 09:14

  • UK regulator warns targets over share scam sucker list

    Turning up the heat on boiler room fraudsters

    Security 19 09:16

  • O2 to release Palm pair on iPad day

    Pre Plus, Pixi Plus come to Blighty

    Mobile 19 09:17

  • TalkTalk told to kill bill claims

    ASA: 'Misleading'

    Broadband 19 09:37

  • Intel lays ground for larger netbooks

    Said to be allowing 11.6in and 12.1in models

    Laptops 19 09:48

  • IBM punts commercial Hadoop distro

    Big Blue elephant in the data center

    HPC 19 10:02

  • UK to get Diet Facebook

    Everyone can get the skinny. If they're on 3

    Phones 19 10:22

  • Google Street View whacked by German prosecutors, Czech data watchdog

    Wi-Fi slurping spycars scrutinised in Europe

    Law 19 10:29

  • Newzbin goes titsup

    Freetards' favourite bids adieu

    Media 19 10:34

  • World's mightiest supercomputer to design new nuke plants

    Grail-hunting Jaguar unleashed

    HPC 19 10:39

  • British Library to scan 40m newspaper pages

    Free Beano for family history sites

    Media 19 10:54

  • Coraid jumps on ZFS bandwagon

    That's a bit disruptive

    Storage 19 10:55

  • Best Buy tech finds 'child abuse' wallpaper on broken PC

    Owner cuffed

    Security 19 11:05

  • Major manufacturer tells reviewer: sample our kit in... er... a shop

    Why is it so hard to borrow a 3D TV right now?

    Hardware 19 11:19

  • Wikileaks founder relieved of passport in Oz

    Document bit scuffed, gov bit sensitive?

    Law 19 11:30

  • Atlantis 'nauts on battery-swap duty

    Second ISS spacewalk kicks off

    Science 19 11:33

  • Operators line up to pitch HTC Wildfire

    Budget Android 2.1 smartphone out next month

    Mobile 19 11:34

  • Dell Latitude XT2 XFR ruggedised laptop

    A tablet to take for the rough and tumble

    Laptops 19 12:02

  • DARPA witchfinder-ware to SMITE America's IT traitors

    If we're lucky, we'll only have to be lucky once. Erm...

    Security 19 12:03

  • HP Software turns to mediums for market expansion

    IT giant discovers a world of smaller firms

    Applications 19 12:11

  • The commercial cuckoo hiding in the BBC's global mission

    Nation shall speak Top Gear and Doctor Who unto nation

    Media 19 12:17

  • Ball lightning is all in the mind, say Austrian physicists

    Thunderstorms' magno-field causes brain to malfunction

    Science 19 12:43

  • Robot Sergey Brin stuns crowd

    Telepresence - it's not quite the real thing

    Bootnotes 19 12:44

  • HP Software targets more customers with fewer partners

    Business Class subtracts 300 from 1200

    The Channel 19 13:03

  • Clegg promises liberties restoration

    Giving fingerprints back to the people

    Government 19 13:05

  • User Data: Here, there, everywhere

    But rarely where you need it

    Servers 19 13:39

  • McKinnon family awaits final, final extradition decision

    May might act

    Government 19 13:58

  • Remote access in real life

    Lessons from the front line

    Servers 19 13:59

  • Mechanic drove three miles with angry bloke on bonnet

    'I’m not stopping. This man is going to kill me'

    Bootnotes 19 14:33

  • DRAM makers fined €331m for euro cartel

    They all agreed they did it...

    Hardware 19 14:43

  • German cybercrime forum hacked

    It's like ten thousand spoons when all you need is data protection

    Security 19 14:51

  • LaCie Rugged USB 3.0 portable hard drive

    SuperSpeed USB and military-grade toughness?

    Hardware 19 15:13

  • SUSE Linux 11 gets first service pack

    KVM virt side-by-side with Xen

    Operating Systems 19 15:23

  • 'Draw Mohammed' call prompts Pakistan Facebook ban

    Put your pencils down

    Media 19 15:28

  • Flash and the five-minute rule

    NAND then there was disruption

    Storage 19 15:32

  • Google open sources $124.6m video codec

    VP8 set free as WebM

    Media 19 16:55

  • Atlantis 'nauts bolt on new battery goodness

    Second ISS spacewalk wraps

    Science 19 17:51

  • Facebook scrambles to close hole exposing private data

    Gives attacker almost as much control as user

    Security 19 18:03

  • Google readies Chrome OS web app store

    Desktopware verboten

    Software 19 18:16

  • Oracle sneaks out carrier grade Sparc blade, Xeon rack

    Where's that Nehalem-EX beastie?

    Servers 19 18:29

  • Wave gravy splashes onto Google Apps

    Email-IM crossbreed for all

    Software 19 18:46

  • Anti-Oracle duo discover hardware love

    SAP and HP unite

    Applications 19 19:52

  • Mobile sales soar, but numbers are squishy

    Motorola #6 or #8 - take your pick

    Networks 19 19:53

  • Flash embraces Google's open video codec

    Adobe extends Dreamweaver to HTML5

    Developer 19 19:57

  • Novell seeks rich suitors

    Private buyers line up

    Business 19 20:17

  • ISP shuttered for hosting 'witches' brew' of spam, child porn

    3FN RIP

    Security 19 21:12

  • Google and SpringSource join hands in the heavens

    App Engine eyes MySQL

    Developer 19 22:04

  • Britons: iPhone eighth most important invention — ever

    Squeaks by toilet, crushes push-up bra

    Hardware 19 22:11

  • Sergey Brin: 'We screwed up' on Street View Wi-Fi grab

    US lawmakers call for probe

    Security 19 22:46

  • Oracle punts first VirtualBox x64 hypervisor

    With affordable support - for now

    Virtualization 19 22:56