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25th February 2011 Archive

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  • Turing Collection saved for the nation

    Bletchley Park to house codebreaker's papers

    Science 25 00:01

  • Australians safe from Mortal Kombat

    “RC” means “no sale”

    Media 25 04:58

  • Exxon, Shell, BP outed as mystery hack attack victims

    'Millions of dollars' in data targeted

    Security 25 06:16

  • RIM BlackBerry Bold 9780 smartphone

    Cosmetic treatment?

    Phones 25 07:00

  • IBM's knockout single file system benchmark

    Single file system SONAS blows the rest away

    Storage 25 09:49

  • Fairness FAIL: When small print contradicts the big print

    OFT probes contracts whose small print is contrary to consumer expectations

    Small Biz 25 09:59

  • United Nations undermines Internet Governance Forum

    Ah, Global Bureaucracy!

    Networks 25 10:00

  • Government seeks chief procurement officer

    Two (jobs) become one ...

    The Channel 25 10:02

  • Google whacks link farms

    Less crud with your search

    Applications 25 10:25

  • MySpace sale or spin-off process begins, says report

    Head of music shifts to strategic role ahead of buyout

    Media 25 10:51

  • Anonymous hacks Westboro Baptists during live interview

    LOLZcats

    Security 25 10:55

  • Intel outs future Xeon chip porn

    Get a load of them cores!

    Servers 25 11:00

  • Customs officers get X-ray machines for down under searches

    Aussie Doctors relieved of drug-sniffing duties

    Law 25 11:00

  • London Stock Exchange floored, again

    Up and down like a ...

    Management 25 11:01

  • Credit cards at the turnstile across London by 2013

    We don't need no stinkin' Oyster

    Mobile 25 11:13

  • Elder Scrolls V goes dragon mad

    First glimpse at new engine

    Games 25 11:17

  • MS tacks Mozilla 'Do Not Track' header onto W3C submission

    Before you can say 'embrace and extend' ...

    Security 25 11:29

  • Lloyds, First Direct websites hit by payday outages

    Wanna check you've been paid? Tough

    Business 25 11:33

  • LaCie and Promise Thunderbolt their desktop storage

    Storage companies promise fast transfers

    Storage 25 11:47

  • Mozilla confirms Firefox 4 beta 12 is FINAL test build

    Thanks for clearing that up, but what about the blasted Hotmail bug?

    Applications 25 11:55

  • Energy MPs foresee terrible future of clean, cheap energy

    Shale – don't know what it is, we'd better stop it

    Science 25 11:59

  • IBM reclaims server crown from HP

    Mainframe resurgent

    Servers 25 12:00

  • Flaw in MS anti-malware engine poses command override risk

    Gaskets blown

    Security 25 12:01

  • Park the Mario Kart, and throw your keys in the bowl

    Ubisoft puts the swing into Wii console gaming

    Games 25 12:05

  • Apple under siege: Antitrust probes and product delays ...

    Will developer backlash be too powerful for Apple this time?

    Mobile 25 12:23

  • Western Dig opens new R&D centre

    Putting the HAMR down

    Storage 25 12:26

  • Turn your mobile phones in to a live gig speaker

    Clear things up a bit

    Phones 25 12:31

  • Make vision elementary

    Sleuths and other BI data visualisation data apps

    Data Visualisation 25 12:37

  • All hail our cloud computing overlords

    Pray that the IT priests beat the beancounters

    Cloud 25 12:49

  • Killzone 3

    Bangin'?

    Games 25 13:00

  • Moving to a service delivery model

    How and why

    Data Centre 25 13:15

  • Man found guilty of battery after ejaculating in co-worker's drink

    'For me it's a release. I think about my wife'

    Bootnotes 25 13:18

  • It’s not just the technology

    Involve the business in your IT revamp

    Doing Better Business 25 13:47

  • Google preps YouTube movie service 'for UK'

    Video-sharing site cast in Hollywood role

    Media 25 13:50

  • Stock Exchange says soz for downtime

    Back in time for lunch

    Management 25 13:56

  • MobileMe packages disappear from Apple's shelves

    You can have it, but you can't pay for it

    Cloud 25 14:02

  • London man gets 5 years for YouTube terror videos

    First dissemination conviction

    Law 25 15:08

  • Mobile spyware tool helps paranoid spouses prove themselves right

    'Cellphones are primary communication tool for affairs' says vendor

    Mobile 25 15:31

  • Is Japan ready for Nintendo 3DS launch?

    Already on sale in China

    Games 25 15:36

  • Huawei invites US gov to investigate links to Chinese military claims

    Turning over a new 3Leaf

    Data Networking 25 15:44

  • Amazon automates AWS app deployment

    Shares internal CloudFormation tool

    Cloud 25 15:51

  • Auction fraud complaints prop up declining US cybercrime reports

    Buyer beware

    Security 25 16:01

  • Cyber cops and domain name registrars meet to tackle net crooks

    Tackling criminal activity on a borderless internet

    Government 25 16:41

  • Oracle to float cloud-ready Java EE in 2013

    Death for JavaOne?

    Developer 25 17:53

  • Dear US gov: Stay the hell out of Silicon Valley

    Leave the technology to technologists

    Government 25 18:24

  • Godson: China shuns US silicon with faux x86 superchip

    Who needs GPU co-processors?

    HPC 25 21:07

  • Antennagate Redux: Consumer Reports condemns Verizon iPhone 4

    The Return of Death Grip

    Phones 25 22:16