28th February 2011 Archive

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  • SeaMicro drops 64-bit Atom bomb server

    'This is Intel's mantle to lose'

    Servers 28 05:00

  • Cabinet Office pushes suppliers on open source

    Govt wants to create a 'level playing field' for OS in its ICT policy

    Operating Systems 28 07:07

  • German data regulators move to tighten IP address laws

    Marketers shouldn't pass on your IP without your OK

    Law 28 08:15

  • Facebook flick wins three Oscars

    Leo drops the F-bomb as The King's Speech picks up best movie gong

    Hardware 28 09:20

  • Vodafone's network knackered by thieves

    Silicon Corridor loses mobile coverage

    Mobile 28 10:03

  • Iron Mountain's eDiscovery made 2010 a rusty mess

    Services priced too high

    Financial News 28 10:19

  • Asian soup peril menaces bionic shark

    Augmented hammerhead study predicts maneater scarcity

    Science 28 10:51

  • Toshiba sells Cell chip plant to Sony

    Sold to Sir Howard for 400 million quid

    Games 28 11:09

  • Mac Trojan uses Windows backdoor code

    Ha! Yeah! See? etc

    Software 28 11:11

  • GM declares Ampera e-car 'production ready'

    But still not out until 2012

    Science 28 11:29

  • Protecting users from themselves

    Because yesterday's security doesn’t work

    Reg Technology Panel 28 11:34

  • Anon Mail commenters to stay anon

    High Court rules they have right to privacy

    Law 28 11:34

  • Ads overseer told to bring down 'up to' broadband speeds

    Punters don't believe them

    Broadband 28 11:53

  • Nokia DC-14 bike charger

    Pedal power

    Hardware 28 12:00

  • Kinect blesses rescue robot with 3D sight

    Peripheral vision

    Hardware 28 12:04

  • Digital TV group sets 3D standard

    DVB-3DTV approved

    Hardware 28 12:19

  • Gmail users howl in anguish at 'disappeared' accounts

    Cloud dispersal

    Cloud 28 12:36

  • Bank of America retrofits BlackBerrys with NFC

    Is that a battery, or a wireless payment wallet?

    Broadband 28 12:37

  • Midnight theft left Vodafone users bereft

    Switch-lifters fingered for phone co fubar

    Mobile 28 13:51

  • Traffic-light plague sweeps UK: Safety culture strangles Blighty

    Stealthy 2005 gov rule favoured feet over wheels

    Government 28 14:10

  • Faces of the iPad 2 and iPhone 5 revealed

    All white on the night?

    Tablets 28 14:48

  • Cloud gaming storms into the UK

    Try EA games in your browser for free

    Games 28 15:51

  • Tainted ads punt scareware to surfers on LSE and Myvue sites

    Autotrader.co.uk, and possibly eBay.co.uk, also hit by malvertising attack

    Security 28 15:54

  • Android phone to replace shop till

    Google phone rings up the bill

    Broadband 28 16:21

  • Julian Assange™ applies to trademark himself

    Also time-travels to 1970s, stars in politically-incorrect sitcom

    Bootnotes 28 16:30

  • Nvidia revs up CUDA GPU coder toolkit

    Unified CPU and GPU memories

    Hardware 28 17:48

  • Buzzmeisters value Twitter at $4.5bn

    JP Morgan money toss explained

    Business 28 17:55

  • British Airways IT worker found guilty of plotting terror attack

    Encrypted emails aired after 9 month brute force crack

    Security 28 19:20

  • Microsoft inflating cloud PC-management option

    Win 7 Enterprise Edition upgrades welcomed

    Cloud 28 19:57

  • PlayStation hacker defiantly posts 'bible' following police raid

    'Cannot live without programming, HV, and Linux kernel hacking'

    Games 28 22:32

  • Apple fanbois leak secrets of Mac OS X Lion

    Internet defies Jobsian police

    Software 28 22:47

  • The Register and Australia-New Zealand

    A brief word about what we're up to

    Site News 28 23:30

  • VMware goes back for seconds on stock buybacks

    Virtual desktop wares tweaked

    Business 28 23:51