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14th September 2010 Archive

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  • Novell punts cloud control tool

    Don't call it CloudWare

    Servers 14 00:09

  • Intel's Sandy Bridge welcomes discrete graphics

    Room for both Formula One and Toyota Prius

    Hardware 14 04:25

  • Veteran spam suit troll plaintiff calls it quits

    Cites threat of bankruptcy or dissolution

    Security 14 05:00

  • Veebeam intros laptop-to-telly video streamer

    £99 Wireless USB gadget

    Hardware 14 06:00

  • Dell's Viking servers raid hyperscale data centers

    3U chassis packs a dozen longboats

    Servers 14 06:00

  • RIM BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300

    Straight talking?

    Phones 14 07:00

  • Ofcom outlines accessibility benefits of superfast networks

    Next-gen net could help elderly and disabled

    Broadband 14 07:57

  • Over The Air: Losing drones and forging bus tickets

    There's nothing the iPhone can't do

    Developer 14 08:15

  • Business bureaucracy vs dynamic IT

    Choosing the right path

    Server Management 14 08:23

  • Craigslist to tell Congress why it cut adult ads

    Section censored

    Government 14 08:24

  • Whitehall signs MoU with Atos

    First IT supplier on board

    The Channel 14 09:19

  • Crypto weakness leaves online banking apps open to attack

    Padding Oracle 'affects every ASP.NET web application'

    Security 14 09:36

  • Action gamers make better drivers, soldiers, surgeons

    Presumably not while actually playing, though

    Science 14 09:39

  • Consumer group slams Britain's digital radio switchover

    Biased and unrealistic, Department told

    Media 14 09:53

  • Coalition pledges free appeals for filesharers

    Digital Economy Act incoming

    Law 14 09:55

  • Former Civil Service chief calls for climate shakeup

    What do our mandarins really think of global warming?

    Science 14 10:15

  • School worker jailed for abuse images

    32 months

    Law 14 10:42

  • Do the Webminimum

    Newbie Linux management shortcut joy

    Servers 14 10:53

  • Pay-to-play apps hit Ovi

    You're in their talons

    Mobile 14 11:13

  • Chinese cybercrooks offer DDoS-for-hire

    Where do you want our zombies to go today?

    Security 14 11:25

  • Voice of America chap ejaculates over Paris Hilton

    Protests El Reg coverage of celebutard recruitment

    Bootnotes 14 11:33

  • UK plans increased spending on cyber-security

    We shall fight them at the firewall

    Security 14 11:54

  • Tom Clancy's Hawx 2

    Flight to the death

    Games 14 12:00

  • Shoot-em-ups make you think faster

    Amazing facts of our time (No. 92)

    Games 14 12:21

  • Transport Dept's answer to embarrassing, cancelled IT projects?

    Don't cancel them, forget them if you do

    Government 14 12:29

  • Nokia trumpets socially-savvy smartphones

    Stepping up with Symbian^3

    Phones 14 12:32

  • Harry Potter theme park magically swallows big visitors

    Flagship ride adjusted for larger cargoes

    Bootnotes 14 12:55

  • Zuck buffs image ahead of Facebook movie

    I'm in the New Yorker... bitch

    Media 14 13:05

  • Czechs tell Google to stop StreetView

    Another dissident against Schmidt's glorious privacy-free future

    Law 14 13:39

  • Hands-on with the new Nokias

    Two Cs and an E. Is that a pass grade?

    Mobile 14 13:44

  • Robot footballers 'will beat Human Race first eleven by 2050'

    Will presumably thrash England in about 3 or 4 years

    Science 14 13:55

  • LG takes Optimus into Android prime time

    Two Froyo handsets for Europe

    Phones 14 14:15

  • Sony punts external BD burner at home cinemas

    It's portable too

    Hardware 14 14:26

  • Steve Jobs carried 'ninja throwing stars' in hand luggage

    Ellison faces challenge for silicon samurai mantle?

    Bootnotes 14 14:38

  • OFT waves through Sky's Virgin TV slurp

    Final final clearance

    Hardware 14 14:41

  • Buffalo charges in with USB 3.0 3D BD drive

    SuperSpeed burning

    Hardware 14 15:00

  • Vodafone promises more tiers for data hungry customers

    Because some contracts are more equal than others

    Mobile 14 15:02

  • ID fraudsters sell stolen Aus house

    There goes the neighbourhood

    Security 14 15:21

  • Airphonic wireless 'Pod-to-speaker streamer arrives in UK

    Make your iDevice music source and remote control

    Hardware 14 15:30

  • The end of the beginning of virtualization

    You consolidated your servers. Now what?

    Virtualization 14 16:00

  • Kingston SuperSpeeds USB Flash drive line

    USB 3.0 on a stick

    Hardware 14 16:02

  • Cisco adds slim blade with fat memory to UCS

    Virts up security and WAN optimization appliances

    Servers 14 16:14

  • Intel touts low-power, high-quality Sandy Bridge video

    Enhance your skin tone

    Hardware 14 17:14

  • Pirate Bay beset by tainted ads

    Here be malware!

    Security 14 17:43

  • Dell readies flip-screen tablet-cum-netbook

    Inspiron Duo demo'd

    Tablets 14 17:57

  • Halo: Reach

    Start the Fight

    Games 14 18:01

  • Dixons to do app stores

    There's a retail download opprtunity for that

    Phones 14 18:07

  • Intel: next-gen Atom SoC will debut in 2011

    Greater integration for lower power draw

    Laptops 14 19:15

  • Microsoft closes hole used to attack industrial plants

    Two other Stuxnet bugs remain

    Security 14 19:30

  • Big Blue Sam disses HP, lauds Ellison

    IBM's biggest rival? Oracle

    Software 14 19:45

  • Ubuntu man responds to GNOME 'coattail' claims

    Shuttleworth defines Canonical's mission

    Operating Systems 14 19:49

  • Update kills code-execution threat in Samba

    Five years of code vulnerable

    Security 14 21:18

  • OpenSolaris spork ready for download

    Second open OS from Blighty

    Operating Systems 14 21:24

  • Google acquires 'video Street View' startup

    Have a Quicksee

    Media 14 22:12

  • Yahoo! economist rebuilds ad empire with 'Magic Formula'

    Why Carol Bartz wears math when it's chilly

    Media 14 22:43

  • Linus Torvalds outs himself as US citizen

    Stranger in a strange land

    Operating Systems 14 23:31

  • Privacy tool for Iranians withdrawn amid security concerns

    'Haystack' could out dissident needles

    Security 14 23:42