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7th February 2011 Archive

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  • TiVo hits pause button in Australia

    Staff shed in restructure, Fetch TV a buyer?

    Media 07 04:42

  • Egypt to release 'missing' Google exec on Monday

    Ghonim (apparently) under government custody

    Government 07 05:24

  • 'Red Hat for stats' goes toe-to-toe with SAS

    Analyze this

    Software 07 05:29

  • Google does fractals in HTML5

    Take a break with Julia and Mandelbrot

    Media 07 05:50

  • Myer breaks ranks on 'net retailing

    The internet didn’t eat our homework

    Financial News 07 06:39

  • AOL buys Huffington Post

    1 + 1 = 11 ... err, yes ...

    Financial News 07 09:23

  • Nokia boss 'plans Great Purge'

    De-Finnification of the leadership

    Mobile 07 09:49

  • NASA 'naut Kelly rejoins Endeavour crew

    Wife Gabrielle Giffords on the mend

    Science 07 09:53

  • Juniper stuffs money into Violin

    Joins Toshiba in backing startup

    Storage 07 10:00

  • Stroppy Belgian students in Ryanair mutiny

    Baggage fees rumpus grounds university mob

    Bootnotes 07 10:03

  • Vodafone nabs new Nexus

    Operator to offer second-gen Googlephone

    Mobile 07 10:14

  • Anonymous pwns security firm that probed its membership

    HBGary gets the ACS:Law treatment

    Security 07 10:15

  • NASA snaps Sun in super STEREO

    Twin probes image star's 'three-dimensional glory'

    Science 07 10:24

  • BlueArc puts replication on a diet

    Thin replication

    Virtualization 07 10:53

  • Indian courts 'rule astrology is a science'

    British papers about as truthful as astrologers

    Bootnotes 07 10:55

  • Six... budget Blu-ray Disc players

    HD hardware at low prices

    Hardware 07 11:00

  • Nasdaq admits hackers planted malware on web portal

    Stock tickler

    Security 07 11:08

  • First fondleslab found in 1970s kids TV sci-fi gem

    Apple iPad inspired by Tomorrow People

    Tablets 07 11:08

  • BT erects private cloud defences

    Hybrid vigour

    Cloud 07 11:29

  • Sir Elton outs iPad 2 release date

    Pop star wants fondleslab for Skyping

    Tablets 07 11:34

  • Sony Ericsson confirms PlayStation phone

    Ready to Play?

    Phones 07 11:40

  • North Africa will need more revolution before it attracts IT tourists

    Soviet-like red tape still choking small firms and free markets

    The Channel 07 11:42

  • Glasses-free 3D TV sales stumble

    Demand half of what Toshiba hoped for

    Hardware 07 11:58

  • Getting your virtual hands dirty with virtual networking

    You need something to link all those virtual servers

    Data Centre 07 12:05

  • Robot naval stealth fighter takes to the air

    Mav and Iceman get to work on their CVs

    Science 07 12:16

  • Assange fights extradition in court

    Charge me or release me

    Law 07 12:19

  • Super-thin materials could POWER our WORLD

    Basic research on 1-atom-thick nanosheets shows many hypothetical uses

    Science 07 12:34

  • Android Open NFC gets a bit more open

    Our abstraction is more abstract than your abstraction

    Mobile 07 12:46

  • Rovio to fling Angry Birds at Nintendo 3DS

    Games 07 12:51

  • Hawaii boffins: Aerosols add to Amazon rainfall

    More pollutants equal less crazy weather

    Science 07 12:54

  • Nationwide customers find online front door shut

    It pays to decide to go outside and find a branch

    Management 07 13:26

  • Iranian state telly bins foreign cuisine

    Local recipes only for Persian Jamie Olivers

    Bootnotes 07 13:30

  • Overzealous anti-paedo scheme not dead yet

    Scale back and rebrand of VBS is likely later this week

    Government 07 13:53

  • Ofcom okays Derren Brown psychic-baiting

    Opinion of regulator's dead relatives pending

    Media 07 14:36

  • HP intros 'lay it flat' all-in-one touchscreen PC

    Rather like Apple 2009 patent application...

    Hardware 07 15:09

  • Canon intros entry-level DSLRs

    Some flashy lenses too

    Hardware 07 15:12

  • Last.fm charges for mobile

    Free-for-all across other platforms

    Media 07 15:47

  • IP review visits Silicon Valley shrines

    Screw the creatives, show us the money!

    Media 07 15:58

  • Superphones: A security nightmare waiting to happen

    Smartphones don't tell the half of it

    Servers 07 16:00

  • Cisco munches Inlet for $95m

    Why invent when you can buy?

    Data Networking 07 16:38

  • Google exec/activist 'released' by Egyptian authorities

    Wael Ghonim had been missing for two weeks

    Government 07 16:40

  • De-Finnistration: Nokia to shift HQ to US?

    Elop's radical plan

    Mobile 07 16:41

  • Disabled dude demands EA improves gaming access

    Control customisation is key

    Games 07 16:55

  • Critics slam feds for 'unprecedented' domain seizure

    What would China do?

    Law 07 18:32

  • Google keen to settle antitrust investigation

    In 'tentative talks' as probe seeks traffic data, ad contracts

    Business 07 19:08

  • Banshee man dumps Novell for Skype duo

    Fresh fields, new platforms?

    Applications 07 19:53

  • SCO: 'Someone wants to buy our software biz!'

    Mystery co. vows return to former SCO 'glory'

    Software 07 20:32

  • 'Mark-of-the-Beast' bug topples Java apps

    Inflicts major harm with limited resources

    Security 07 20:33

  • Australian Liberal MPs splurge on sticky, delicious ... toner

    Will this get enough on eBay to pay for the Qld floods?

    Policy 07 20:52

  • We’ll also resell NBN services – VIVIDwireless

    TD-LTE demonstrated in Sydney

    Broadband 07 20:53

  • BMC in $1.2m Mac Tel win

    Someone to watch over me

    Cloud 07 21:09

  • VMware takes on Google Apps with Zimbra 7

    Collaboration. It's for users, not competitors

    The Channel 07 21:24

  • 'Tree Octopus' proves journos no smarter than 13-year-old Americans

    We believe anything we read on the wire

    Science 07 21:32

  • T-Mobile answers Verizon iPhone with free handsets

    A little Valentine's day luv

    Phones 07 22:31

  • Mozilla plans four Firefoxes in 2011

    The Chrome effect

    Applications 07 23:03