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6th July 2010 Archive

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  • Belkin Play Max dual-band wireless router

    Router booster?

    Broadband 06 07:02

  • Brighton NIMBYs complain over BT broadband upgrades

    'Monster' cupboards attacked

    Broadband 06 07:02

  • Zappa's widow loses trademark case over own name

    Website not use in commerce, court rules

    Law 06 07:53

  • Xyratex plans big array

    Storage 06 08:04

  • Revealed: Government blows thousands on iPhone apps

    Unemployed sir? There's an expensive app for that

    Mobile 06 08:33

  • Scotland allows collection of children's DNA

    3 years plus possible extensions

    Law 06 09:13

  • BT strike ballot halted over possible 'technical breaches'

    Union gutted after industrial action cancelled

    Broadband 06 09:20

  • Sony Ericsson updates Xperia X10

    Firmware patch posted

    Phones 06 09:21

  • NAO slams 'redundant' MoJ finance systems

    Confusing mishmash

    Government 06 09:41

  • Apple iPad run rate hits 2m units a month

    Bad news for netbook makers

    Tablets 06 09:55

  • Using group policy: GPOs good, scripts much better

    Get on your training wheels

    Servers 06 10:18

  • Mega new climate science: 'Runaway' effect exaggerated

    Global warming models set for shake-up by new data

    Science 06 10:21

  • London takes lion's share of new IT jobs

    Bailed out banks still hiring

    Management 06 10:32

  • PS3 Slim to get HDD boost

    'I think we'll need a bigger disk...'

    Games 06 10:43

  • Hack forces Flash onto iPad

    Comex moons Cupertino

    Developer 06 10:44

  • UK.gov considers tougher powers for ICO (again)

    Still dithering

    Law 06 11:10

  • BBC chief acknowledges DAB flop & internet radio

    21st Century beckons

    Media 06 11:22

  • Tube data feed shut for being popular

    Planned engineering work?

    Developer 06 11:27

  • London hospital hosted grumble flick shoot

    Kensington and Chelsea spread 'em for 'big budget' movie

    Bootnotes 06 11:29

  • First true submarine captured from American drug smugglers

    Proper diesel-electric boat found at jungle 'shipyard'

    Law 06 11:38

  • Standards claim to make green IT more than just marketing

    Less waste, more speed

    Servers 06 11:50

  • Take our home entertainment survey

    Share the joy and pain of consumer electronics

    Hardware 06 11:51

  • iRobot Roomba 581 robot cleaner

    Dust devil?

    Hardware 06 12:02

  • PARIS in hot glue gun action

    Paper straw structure begins to take shape

    SPB 06 12:02

  • £99 iPhone stunt backfires

    How to lose friends, the Groupola way

    Phones 06 13:09

  • Data.gov.uk troupe gets shirty about standards

    For the people, just not all of the time :(

    Government 06 13:45

  • Spurned security researchers form anti-MS collective

    There's power in a union

    Security 06 13:48

  • iPad, Kindle as readable as print... almost

    Only a page width between them

    Tablets 06 14:14

  • Most new 2009 EU powerplant was wind oops, gas

    Smell of coffee not yet widespread in Brussels

    Science 06 14:31

  • Wikileaks US Army mole Manning charged

    Will face military justice overseas

    Government 06 15:56

  • ATM hack presentation ditched after legal threats

    Out of order

    Security 06 16:00

  • Microsoft patches Freetard-by-design bug

    And nobody notices

    Operating Systems 06 16:04

  • NetApp shakes fist at sprat supplier over ZFS

    It's our IP and you can't use it

    Storage 06 16:08

  • NetApp's ZFS lawyer's letter and Nexenta

    Storage 06 17:34

  • Microsoft's Flash challenger Silverlight hits Symbian

    Windows phones still waiting

    Mobile 06 18:53

  • Apple ads to target your iTunes history

    Jobs knows what you want

    Mobile 06 19:14

  • Windows 8 and life after KIN - Ballmer's hot summer

    Mr Cock-up drops into Redmond

    Microbite 06 19:30

  • Fusion reactor eats Euro science budgets

    Small catastrophe predicted

    Science 06 20:56

  • OpenSUSE 11.3 delivers spit, polish and niggles

    Tabs, windows and hiccups

    Software 06 23:15