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4th October 2010 Archive

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  • Google Earth 'Liquid Galaxy' open sourced*

    * source code does not include $80,000 construction fee

    Applications 04 03:01

  • Budget Mono Laser Printers

    Low cost page churners to keep you in the black

    Hardware 04 07:00

  • Buyer's Guide: Budget Mono Laser Printers

    The choices in black and white

    Hardware 04 07:00

  • Best Buys: Budget Mono Laser Printers

    The fine print

    Hardware 04 07:00

  • Brother HL-2035

    Hardware 04 07:00

  • Canon i-Sensys LBP3010

    Hardware 04 07:00

  • Dell 1130

    Hardware 04 07:00

  • Epson Aculaser M1200

    Hardware 04 07:00

  • Qualcomm's ultralow power tech targets body area networks

    Peanut power listens to your heart wirelessly

    Broadband 04 07:00

  • HP LaserJet P1102w

    Hardware 04 07:00

  • Samsung ML-1665

    Hardware 04 07:00

  • LG holds back Android tablet for Gingerbread

    Awaiting a less smartphone-centric OS

    Tablets 04 08:45

  • Western Digital gearing up to sell 3TB drives

    Isilon to sell itself

    Storage 04 08:58

  • IAB retracts 48-hour retargeting cookie advice

    Oh behave

    Media 04 09:00

  • Ministry of Sound floored by Anonymous

    More payback for file-sharer harassment

    Security 04 09:16

  • Toshiba outs no-glasses 3D LED TV

    OLED over again?

    Hardware 04 09:21

  • NetApp product refresh time

    Your three years is up

    Storage 04 09:37

  • Reseller touts cheap-as-chips 7in Android tablet

    Yours for 85 quid

    Tablets 04 09:40

  • Met chief fears Brit cybercrime gangs

    Swapping drugs for bugs

    Security 04 09:41

  • Hundreds of Americans, bystanders injured playing video games

    Mostly normal sofa-spuds, too, not Wii jiggy-gamers

    Games 04 09:43

  • Brazil welcomes Street View with open coffins

    Google pulls body from Rio street

    Bootnotes 04 10:00

  • Three intros pay-per-day mobile broadband

    Cheaper data for casual connectors

    Mobile 04 10:27

  • Google bags Blind Type

    Touch-type-tastic Android keyboard coming

    Mobile 04 10:28

  • HTC intros new-look Legend, Desire

    Black and white

    Phones 04 10:31

  • Larry Ellison comes out fighting against HP Apotheker 'madness'

    'Speechless' for a nanosecond. Oracle boss lashes out (again)

    Applications 04 10:40

  • BT bids bumpkins to beg for better broadband

    Fibre competition

    Broadband 04 10:42

  • Official: Windows Phone 7 to launch next week

    Taking place too Zune?

    Phones 04 10:53

  • Which Ethernet SAN storage protocol is best?

    iSCSI easier choice for IT shops with no Fibre Channel

    Storage 04 11:00

  • Iran boasts of Stuxnet 'nuclear spies' arrests

    But astrologer-botanists fingered by security researchers

    Security 04 11:06

  • London Transport plans Oyster bypass

    Pay at turnstile coming in 2012

    Mobile 04 11:48

  • Good clowns battle evil at the 'Carnival of Screams'

    Zippos and Alton Towers trade Halloween custard pies

    Bootnotes 04 11:57

  • Microsoft secretly scoops up 15 companies

    Just doesn't like to talk about it

    Applications 04 12:02

  • Samsung Q430 14in notebook

    Do ya think I'm sexy?

    Laptops 04 12:05

  • Bungie blasts 15,000 credit snaffling Halo:Reach gamers

    Server glitch exploit

    Games 04 12:08

  • US navy to battle Iranian mini-ekranoplan swarms with rayguns

    Laser energy cannon vs 'stealth' WIG-ships

    Science 04 12:09

  • Texan smut baron spanked over UK schoolgirl snap

    Florida court breaks new ground in copyright claim

    Law 04 12:41

  • Anti-virus vendor trio plug website flaws

    XSS marks the spot

    Security 04 12:52

  • Andrew grapples with Android in readers' Mailbag

    Our most-rated story ever produces an unseemly bulging inbox

    Mobile 04 12:53

  • Microsoft's Ballmer dances with Spotify in Windows Mobile deal

    Redmond boss descends into mosh pit

    Phones 04 13:48

  • India claims access to BlackBerry comms

    Long way from resolution, with only weeks to go

    Mobile 04 14:14

  • UK to make FoI data machine readable

    New law will make information more accessible

    Government 04 14:20

  • Flakey scales brand Commonwealth boxers bunch of blobs

    'One at a time please sir'

    Bootnotes 04 14:23

  • Google's Schmidt: We know what you're thinking

    Human autonomy is just a bug, basically

    Applications 04 14:47

  • Chip sales continue modest gains, SIA holds steady

    But iSuppli cuts back 2010 semi forecast

    The Channel 04 15:01

  • Fruitcake profs demand strict curbs on killer robots

    Noel Sharkeys of the world, unite!

    Science 04 15:13

  • Hybrid drives: the next generation

    A new flashy optical drive from HLDS...From who?

    Storage 04 15:55

  • Goldman downgrades Microsoft stock to 'neutral'

    Dear Ballmer, is cloud computing nature or nurture? You decide

    Financial News 04 16:04

  • Skype taps Cisco vet as chief exec

    Hello, IPO

    Business 04 18:26

  • Web marketers pledge easier targeted ads opt-out

    'No thanks' button coming to website near you

    Media 04 18:31

  • Verizon to refund $30-$90m in 'mystery fees'

    As FCC investigation continues

    Broadband 04 18:39

  • AT&T to lead Windows Phone 7's US touchdown

    T-Mobile eclipsed by politics

    Mobile 04 19:11

  • SGI bags vanishing stimulus dough

    Two supers and 100 teraflops for Los Alamos

    HPC 04 19:31

  • Twitter co-founder Williams steps down as CEO

    Laser focused on 'product strategy'

    Media 04 20:46

  • Rogue Wave eats Acumem

    Lifting HPC multicore performance

    HPC 04 21:01

  • iPhone apps put user privacy at risk

    Unique IDs free for the taking

    Security 04 21:54

  • Comcast to notify subscribers with infected PCs

    Bot alert program goes nationwide

    Networks 04 23:41

  • Twitter turns entire accounts into ads

    'Promote' anything

    Media 04 23:42

  • OpenStack infiltrates Ubuntu's cloud diet

    Amazon not the only fruit

    Operating Systems 04 23:53