2nd August 2010 Archive

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  • NatWest calls off legal attack dogs

    Apologises for hair-triggered lawyers

    Law 02 08:23

  • Want cheap international calls? Pay foocall for the privilege

    El Reg applauds cut-price name

    Mobile 02 08:24

  • UAE to cut off BlackBerry users

    Best before 11 October

    Mobile 02 09:12

  • Satnav leaves family stranded in Outback for three days

    Ignore those 'Road Closed' signs, why don't you

    Science 02 09:13

  • ISS suffers coolant pump failure

    'No danger' from ammonia system breakdown

    Science 02 09:23

  • Sage walks away from TeamSystem bid

    Exits €650m takeover war

    Applications 02 09:24

  • Apple ditches video evidence

    Drops antenna clips in bin, walks away whistling

    Phones 02 10:43

  • Poisoned Angelina flick hits torrents

    Salt tastes bitter

    Security 02 10:46

  • Is it all over for Mars Rover?

    Martian winter might do for plucky robot

    Science 02 10:48

  • Hollywood claims Aussie ISP promoted BitTorrent use

    Trying again to make iiNET police its customers

    Media 02 10:58

  • Wikileaks publishes encrypted 'insurance' file

    1.4GB mystery

    Law 02 10:59

  • Firefox market share drops as IE makes slender gain

    But Chrome is the one to watch now

    Applications 02 11:17

  • iRobot cops US Army droid order, aces Q2 results

    Military Roombas cost like Ferraris

    Government 02 11:25

  • Limited end-to-end FCoE

    Hors d'oeuvre only

    Storage 02 11:26

  • Job ads up despite coalition cutbacks

    Fastest growth for three years

    Management 02 11:34

  • iPhone 4 jailbreak banks on browser exploit

    Free and legal, you say?

    Applications 02 11:35

  • ITV preps pay TV service

    In talks with BSkyB

    Hardware 02 12:03

  • Calling data center professionals everywhere

    Tell us about life in the jungle

    Reg Technology Panel 02 12:15

  • Lindsay Lohan released from screaming lesbian ordeal

    Exits jail after 13 days

    Bootnotes 02 12:24

  • Wacom Cintiq 21UX interactive pen display

    Designer on-screen drawing tablet

    Tablets 02 12:25

  • Hacking into GSM for only $1500

    Demonstrated and documented

    Mobile 02 12:38

  • DfT denies deliberately misleading on speed cam stats

    As Swiss prepare for new supercams

    Government 02 12:43

  • Open source: A hardy few do all the work

    Where are Google and IBM when you need them?

    Operating Systems 02 12:57

  • MS Office for Mac 2011 out in October

    RRPs shaved

    Software 02 13:30

  • Stealth fighter in Canadian Wikipedia brouhaha

    Politico 'has 6 toes on each foot', say splurtopedians

    Government 02 13:42

  • Dell outsourcer lifts US woman's saucy pix from PC

    Adding that personal xxx touch to remote access

    Hardware 02 13:45

  • Carphone Warehouse unveils music locker that isn't

    Orb-like cloud music service

    Media 02 14:02

  • Communications breakdown

    Managing UC risks

    IT at the coalface 02 14:14

  • Council's school-snoop-op ruled illegal

    'Sinister' catchment area spying disproportionate

    Law 02 14:18

  • RFID chips snooped from 66 metres

    US military could maybe read the thing at 80 miles. By gum!

    Broadband 02 14:21

  • Server sales do drunk cat bounce in 2010

    Bad news for Oracle, better news for Dell

    Servers 02 14:55

  • Boffins: Arctic cooled to pre-industrial levels from 1950-1990

    Late 20th century saw polar chill as CO2 rose

    Science 02 15:17

  • DTrace co-creator quits Sun, hits delete on Oracle

    Bryan Cantrill dreams of eternal sunshine

    Servers 02 15:32

  • Chip sales stay high in June

    Don't bogart that semi market

    Hardware 02 15:44

  • Botnet with 60GB of stolen data cracked wide open

    Fast flux no more

    Security 02 18:06

  • Microsoft responds to IE8 'privacy quashed' report

    Heated exchanges

    Applications 02 18:50

  • Win 7 up, Mac OS X down in market share wars

    XP still king of the hill - by far

    Operating Systems 02 19:46

  • Voda NZ answers iPhone 4 complaint - with a song

    'If you don't want an iPhone 4, don't buy it'

    Mobile 02 20:03

  • Microsoft rushes out emergency fix for critical Windows bug

    Get yours now

    Security 02 21:08

  • IBM deploys x64 battle waggon

    Massive server virtualization targeted

    Servers 02 21:08

  • Android surges past iPhone in smartphone sales

    RIM and Windows Mobile continue to slide

    Phones 02 21:43

  • Conn. lawman grills Apple and Amazon over e-book pricing

    Most favored nation status scrutinized

    Media 02 22:53

  • 'Be careful' warning accompanies latest Linux kernel

    Unfinished code makes Torvalds unhappy

    Operating Systems 02 23:30