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18th March 2011 Archive

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  • RSA breach leaks data for hacking SecurID tokens

    'Extremely sophisicated' attack targets 2-factor auth

    Security 18 00:39

  • Google (finally) releases antidote to Google ad webpage drag

    Relief from browser hang

    Media 18 00:49

  • Supercomputer charts killer tsunami's course

    NOAA simulates destructive waves

    HPC 18 03:00

  • RIM PlayBook to sync with Microsoft Exchange cloud

    Office 365 in your lap

    Cloud 18 04:00

  • Groupon worth 'as much as $25 billion'

    Er, can we get a coupon for the IPO?

    Financial News 18 05:00

  • HP's 'vision' should embrace Apple, not copy it

    Owning the future. Without buying the past

    Software 18 06:00

  • Nikon D7000 DSLR camera

    The return of the fiddle factor

    Hardware 18 07:00

  • Vince Cable to cut training and flexible work rules

    Red tape bonfire for small, and tiny, biz

    Small Biz 18 09:47

  • Nokia Software Updater for Mac Beta

    Beta late than never?

    Software 18 09:59

  • Choosing a client for desktop virtualisation

    Which one suits where?

    Desktop Virtualisation 18 10:30

  • US e-book sales double as dead tree demand dips

    Fiction Kindled

    Tablets 18 10:34

  • How Google taped up its email outage wounds

    Is there still a role for the reels ...

    Cloud 18 10:35

  • Moving to Windows 7: Is it worth it?

    Well ...

    Enterprise Tech 18 11:00

  • Virtualization: Solving the problems of success

    A Reg Guide

    Virtualization 18 11:00

  • Sweden postpones EU data retention directive, faces court, fines

    But Austria finally swallows it after court battles

    Government 18 11:30

  • Cloud music boom: everyone wins, except the creators

    Let them eat vinyl

    Media 18 11:31

  • O2 ups 3G speeds by 30%

    Capacity boost follows 900MHz switch-on

    Mobile 18 11:40

  • MS claims credit for Rustock botnet takedown

    All salute the zombie slayer

    Security 18 11:57

  • BOFH: In distributed denial

    That's not where you're supposed to spread the peanut butter

    BOFH 18 12:00

  • Government to scrap COI, axe up to 1,000 communication jobs

    Create new centre, then cut staff loose

    Government 18 12:21

  • A glimpse at Amazon's app store

    Price divergence and exclusive deals

    Phones 18 12:22

  • I floated a site into the cloud, and it didn't rain down in chunks...

    My baby steps migration

    Cloud 18 12:31

  • Half of 2011's PCs to use CPU GPUs

    CPU-integrated graphics kicking out IGPs

    Hardware 18 12:35

  • Fukushima one week on: Situation 'stable', says IAEA

    Shameful media panic very slowly begins to subside

    Science 18 12:56

  • Google's copyright review: Google lays down the Google law

    Dear Professor Hargreaves. This is what you will do...

    Media 18 13:26

  • Yahoo! to! offload! Delicious! as! early! as! next! week!

    Report suggests StumbleUpon could be new suitor

    Applications 18 13:29

  • Woman fingers ex in 15-foot strip pole theft mystery

    'Smooth pole' disappears into thin air

    Bootnotes 18 13:31

  • Homefront

    Dog eat dog

    Games 18 13:46

  • Apple 'gay-cure' app severely slapped

    Jobs forced to choose between Christian chums and gay BFF

    Mobile 18 14:08

  • RIM ruffles operator features with NFC play

    Whose customers are they anyway?

    Mobile 18 14:20

  • Actress meets feds investigating nude photo Gmail hack

    Leery hacking ring targets Hollywood celebs

    Security 18 14:21

  • Game steals thunder from Eurogamer show

    Oi, that's a bit mean!

    Games 18 14:24

  • Cisco shells out first dividend

    Calming screaming shareholders with shiny pennies

    Data Networking 18 14:31

  • Phones4U sold on again

    BC Partners makes the call

    Mobile 18 15:06

  • Three to drop mobile smut shield

    Pay monthly punters pr0n filters to be pulled down

    Mobile 18 15:12

  • Microsoft Kinect powers DIY Eye of Sauron

    Mordor-ball

    Hardware 18 15:25

  • TV sitcom opens up the world of penetration testing

    Can they hack it?

    Security 18 15:39

  • X-51 hypersonic scramjet test bird ready for second flight

    Mach 6 success could indicate spaceplane potential

    Science 18 16:09

  • Duke Nuke teases with sapphic siblings

    Trailer trash?

    Games 18 16:46

  • Google to enforce SSL encryption on developer APIs

    September 15: HTTPS or nothing

    Developer 18 17:35

  • AT&T ends illicit freetard handset tethering

    Don't try to hide - they know who you are

    Mobile 18 18:16

  • IBM accused of bribery in China, South Korea

    SEC says thanks for $10m fine

    The Channel 18 20:41

  • Dell: 'Yes, we will offer multiple Amazonian public clouds'

    Round-Rock-as-a-service is a go

    Cloud 18 20:45

  • Anonymous DoS attacks thwarted with Aikido hip throw

    War stories from 'Operation Avenge Assange'

    Security 18 20:46

  • IBM: Our appliance servers smoke Ellison's 'phony baloney'

    Blue versus Red. Watson versus Exadata

    Data Centre 18 21:45

  • Microsoft: IE9's web privacy hole? A feature, not a bug

    When do-not-track lists clash

    Applications 18 21:59

  • Programmer gets 8 years for theft of stock trading software

    Wall Street-ware generated $500m in profits

    Security 18 22:03

  • Google patches Flash bug before Adobe

    Rest of world must wait

    Security 18 23:33