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1st July 2010 Archive

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  • Mozilla submits browserless Firefox to Jobsian app police

    Give our Home a home, please

    Mobile 01 00:35

  • Korg NanoKey MIDI controller

    Compact keyboard of the musical variety

    Hardware 01 07:02

  • Beeb sacks teaboy, hires Press Association

    Television Centre photo debacle continues

    Media 01 07:18

  • EMC cans Atmos Online service

    No longer for production use

    Storage 01 08:31

  • Colorado vampire drives woman into canal

    SUV takes a dip in Nosferatu chiller

    Bootnotes 01 08:36

  • Amazon buys wacky retailer

    Woot the fook?

    Financial News 01 08:38

  • Naomi Campbell to appear in war crimes trial

    As a witness, we hasten to add

    Bootnotes 01 09:19

  • eBay sticks sell-as-you-go on mobile app

    Insta-tat-flog at your fingertips

    Phones 01 09:28

  • ECJ sorts FOI v data protection brewery beef

    Have a beer and forget we ever asked you

    Law 01 09:33

  • Sony releases 3D shooting update for NEX

    Pictures for your 3D TV - if you have one

    Hardware 01 09:59

  • Sony turns a profit on PS3, so why cut prices?

    Bleeding into the black

    Games 01 10:06

  • Animated CAPTCHA tech aims to fox spambots

    Wiggly words will weduce web wexation

    Security 01 10:11

  • Pixel Qi releases sunlight-readable netbook screen

    Upgrade kit for netbooks now available

    Laptops 01 10:19

  • Nokia snaffles user data on the down-low

    Both N900 owners in uproar

    Mobile 01 10:28

  • The challenges of mobile billing

    The devil's in the detail

    Mobile Workshop 01 10:53

  • One third of Brits are gamers

    Blame Farmville

    Games 01 10:54

  • Google plays waiting game on China ICP licence renewal

    Application submitted, fate unknown

    Government 01 10:56

  • Former CIO returns to Cabinet Office

    Watmore gets efficient

    Management 01 10:58

  • Health minister outlines tech spending

    Which consultants screw the most out of the NHS?

    Government 01 11:00

  • New surveillance-CSI method: Beverage hair-isotope trail

    Gloves? Check. False numberplates? Check. Perrier...?

    Science 01 11:03

  • Apple iPad 3G 32GB

    Wandering star

    Tablets 01 12:02

  • The cloud's impact on security?

    Don't panic - for now

    Security that Fits 01 12:03

  • US authorities shutdown websites accused of movie piracy

    'Sheriff, this is no time to panic'

    Law 01 12:05

  • Euro mobile data best buys

    As new rules come in, we compare the carriers

    Mobile 01 12:09

  • Regional banking Trojans sneak past security defences

    Under the radar

    Security 01 12:16

  • Meryl Streep to tackle Margaret Thatcher

    Coming soon: Falklands: The Musical!

    Hardware 01 12:43

  • Sagem boots up Puma phone

    Famous sports brand's first handset inbound

    Phones 01 12:57

  • Amazon hails 'beautiful' new Kindle DX screen

    Compare and contrast

    Tablets 01 13:12

  • Seoul police crack down on Holy Water filter prof

    For you sir? Sparkling or Holy?

    Bootnotes 01 13:39

  • Government lunatic magnet goes live

    Commentards of Clegg's Britain have their say. Democracy is reborn. Yay

    Government 01 13:56

  • Airline passenger videos Atlanta maggot horror

    Plane evacuated amid 'beyond disgusting' scenes

    Bootnotes 01 13:57

  • Two infosec blunders that betrayed the Russian spy ring

    Password: KGBmoscow2010

    Government 01 14:01

  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11

    On course for more swinging

    Games 01 14:02

  • Yahoo! releases! Android! apps!

    Renovates iOS clients

    Applications 01 14:31

  • IBM declares undying love for Mozilla's Firefox

    But what browser did it tell its 400,000 staff to drop?

    Applications 01 14:33

  • Poll finds falling freetard support

    Leechers unloved

    Law 01 14:41

  • ISP condemns new BT backbone

    'Simply cannot cope'

    Data Networking 01 14:42

  • Online crims not just 'speccy geeks', researchers warn

    They're normal and they're after your mother's maiden name

    Security 01 15:08

  • Everything Everywhere now something somewhere

    Orange and T-Mobile begin legal coagulation

    Mobile 01 15:42

  • Big Blue buys BigFix

    Patching and security is big biz

    Security 01 16:00

  • Nokia makes merry with iPhone death-grip

    Or as merry as Finns can be, anyway

    Mobile 01 16:06

  • Apple, AT&T slapped with iPhone 4 lawsuit

    'Willfully, falsely, and knowingly' shipped defective phone

    Mobile 01 18:46

  • Google chief: Nexus One was 'so successful, we killed it'

    What a load of Schmidt

    Mobile 01 19:07

  • 50 arrested in smartphone spyware dragnet

    Cop, judge, and parliamentarian among the suspects

    Security 01 19:15

  • Likewise Open polished with 6.0 release

    Making non-Windows boxes friendlier with Active Directory

    Software 01 20:25

  • Adobe auto-launch peril not fully purged, researcher says

    'Pwn me'

    Security 01 20:45

  • Amazon Kindle DX drops price, improves display

    Still twice the price of its little brother

    Media 01 20:45

  • Adobe kills separate mobile Flex under Jobsian Flash attack

    One Flex, indivisible

    Developer 01 20:50

  • Google to buy flight data company for $700m

    Part of search giant's world domination improvement plan

    Financial News 01 22:46

  • Low-priced home digital media connections promised

    HDBaseT to your PC, Blu-ray and more

    Media 01 23:24