16th March 2011 Archive

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  • Message from South Oz: YouTube not for assaults

    Moral panic or aggravating circumstance?

    Law 16 01:04

  • Microsoft and Mozilla edge towards web privacy consensus?

    Header debate beats government regulation

    Security 16 03:00

  • Oracle kills Sun.com after starvation diet

    Goodbye to one of the web's oldest domains

    Media 16 04:00

  • RIM tells users of bloodied BlackBerry to disable JavaScript

    More Pwn2Own fallout

    Security 16 05:00

  • Site-saving workers evacuated from Japanese reactor disaster

    If radiation drops, they will return. If not...

    Science 16 05:07

  • Intel opens kimono on Sandy Bridge Xeon E3

    Coming soon to a micro server near you

    Servers 16 06:00

  • Make streaming a felony: Obama

    Freetards? Throw away the key!

    Law 16 06:17

  • Thinkflood RedEye remote for iOS

    Gadget mastery over Wi-Fi and the web.

    Hardware 16 07:00

  • Customising virtualised desktops

    Give them what they want

    Desktop Virtualisation 16 08:17

  • UK boffins to develop 'Solar Squaddie' electro-uniform

    Leaches shivering troops' body heat at night

    Science 16 09:00

  • Flash standard now twice as fast

    Fewer pins, more bits

    Storage 16 09:38

  • Faster, Network! Kill! Kill!

    The insatiable thirst for bandwidth

    Data Centre 16 09:39

  • Samsung goes stereoscopic rental mental

    3D VoD service coming to Blighty

    Hardware 16 10:20

  • Sexy eco-bulb wins Design of the Year

    'Beautiful silhouette and organic form'

    Hardware 16 10:27

  • Mozilla to ship Firefox 4 on 22 March

    Ready your best browser trousers

    Software 16 10:39

  • The changing nature of end user computing

    Remember those days?

    Reg Technology Panel 16 11:00

  • Twitter adds HTTPS opt-in button to micro-blogging service

    Please RT: SSL crypto is, like, so sexy right now

    Applications 16 11:09

  • Bloke with hammer fixes London's Olympic clock

    Countdown resumes in Trafalgar Square

    Bootnotes 16 11:10

  • More cocaine found at Kennedy Space Center

    Fly me to the Moon, part 2

    Science 16 11:33

  • Intel and Apple: tablet d'hôte

    Both making a meal of it?

    Tablets 16 11:34

  • Privacy group demands answers from Skype

    How secure is secure?

    Security 16 11:39

  • Vodafone, Three fall under 'magical' iPad 2 spell

    Operators issue identical pledges of loyalty

    Tablets 16 11:46

  • 12Mb/sec to a mobile telephone, but is it a new generation?

    Verizon launches what it likes to call 4G telephony

    Mobile 16 11:52

  • The Register Primer on Enterprise Virtualization

    Reg reader study

    Virtualization 16 12:00

  • Virgin Media, Readers - an apology

    Elementary, my dear million homes

    Broadband 16 12:19

  • Soyuz capsule 'nauts touch down safely

    Kazakhstan landing for ISS crew

    Science 16 12:36

  • York Uni exposes students' private info

    17,000 sets of details fall through website holes

    Security 16 12:41

  • Internet Watch Foundation: Abuse images takedown speeds up

    But scale of problem remains the same

    Law 16 12:51

  • What is Mark Hurd working on?

    Oracle loves NetApp - true?

    Storage 16 13:06

  • EA dubs Nintendo Wii a 'legacy platform'

    Wii 2 on its way?

    Games 16 13:09

  • Rift

    Conflict resolution for the Warcraft weary?

    Games 16 13:11

  • Watchdog disses City of Medway

    Not a city, actually, says ASA

    Bootnotes 16 13:19

  • Foreign Office endorses 'free' Microsoft travel advice API

    Civil servants not equipped to build mobile apps

    Cloud 16 13:23

  • Rambus gets Tosh top-up

    Another five years please

    Hardware 16 13:40

  • Green Parrot to cure YouTube shakes

    Google acquires Irish image enhancement firm

    Applications 16 13:46

  • Phone, car companies collaborate to connect cars, phones

    Motoring, there's an app for that

    Science 16 13:52

  • FTC sanctions behavioural ads firm over deceptive 'opt-outs'

    Sing a new song, Chiquitita Chitika

    Security 16 13:56

  • Google Docs plugs into email, turns 'comments' into 'discussions'

    Google Wave without the Google Wave

    Cloud 16 14:00

  • Power and cooling in the data centre

    Hot and hotter

    Data Centre 16 14:00

  • Fukushima situation as of Wednesday

    Situation worsens - still no cause for alarm

    Science 16 14:14

  • Gov and ISPs clash over informal policing of net

    If I said you should have a beautiful self-regulatory body...

    Government 16 14:28

  • OCZ opens wide and swallows Indilinx

    Embedded SSD controller tech gives it deeper penetration into new markets

    Storage 16 15:35

  • Still talking about desktops ... haven't we moved on?

    Evidently not

    Desktop Strategy 16 16:24

  • Wi-Fi security befuddles clueless home users

    Have you tried turning it off and on again?

    Broadband 16 16:30

  • TV judge holds court over Wii modchip case

    Piracy isn't the problem, though

    Games 16 16:35

  • Euro police smash online paedophile ring

    184 arrests so far, 230 children 'safeguarded'

    Law 16 17:04

  • Hadron Collider 'could act as telephone for talking to the past'

    Brane brainboxes' brainstorm predicts un-sticky singlets

    Science 16 17:12

  • SGI talks Windows on Altix UV

    Datacenter Edition glows UltraViolet

    Servers 16 17:51

  • Teen charged for Facebook birthday hoax that drew 200,000

    Invite goes viral

    Security 16 17:55

  • Drizzle: Big-Data-happy MySQL fork debuts

    Not your enterprise relational database

    Applications 16 18:35

  • Jon Bon Jovi accuses Steve Jobs of murdering music biz

    Apple boss 'personally responsible'

    Media 16 18:39

  • Cloud.com revs open source data center makeover kit

    Three hypervisors, one floating infrastructure

    Cloud 16 18:49

  • Microsoft malware removal tool takes out Public Enemy No. 4

    Crafty backdoor gets de-wormed

    Security 16 19:41

  • 'iPad cads' dash fanboi fondleslab hopes

    Scalpers demand $2,000 per 'Pad

    Tablets 16 19:58

  • Telstra restores Japan cable link

    Staff staying in Tokyo for now

    Networks 16 19:59

  • News Corp to trade music for games, readies MySpace sale

    Can Rupert replicate FarmVille?

    Business 16 20:00

  • Skyhook vows to take Google suit to bitter end

    One way or another, says boss, we'll get on every Android phone

    Mobile 16 21:40

  • GaleForce blows into the cloud

    Fluffs servers, storage, networking

    Cloud 16 21:51

  • Sony wins subpoena for PS3 hacker's PayPal records

    Noose slowly tightens around GeoHot

    Games 16 23:53