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21st March 2011 Archive

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  • Microsoft+IE9: Holier than Apple open web convert?

    About HTML time

    Software 21 03:00

  • How to slay a cellphone with a single text

    SMS of Death explained

    Security 21 04:00

  • Sapphire Edge HD

    The world’s smallest mini PC? Maybe

    Hardware 21 07:00

  • Can telephony and IT work together?

    Reg reader says 'yes'

    Reg Technology Panel 21 09:46

  • Intel eyes up HP chief for top job

    Looking for Otellini heirs

    Hardware 21 09:48

  • Google blames China for Gmail problems

    No technical issues

    Security 21 09:50

  • Fans face freezing Apple MacBook Pros

    Quad-core overheating woes for some

    Laptops 21 10:31

  • Microsoft Kinect hacked to control the PS3

    Cross-console code released

    Games 21 10:41

  • System failure blamed for increasing data breach costs

    Negligence drops to number 2...

    Security 21 10:58

  • After the mad rush to virtualise, what then?

    Tools for building the hybrid cloud

    Enterprise Tech 21 11:00

  • SpectraLogic adds tape 'validation' to fight silent decay peril

    Backup checkup fronts up

    Storage 21 11:38

  • Busted Romanian TV star fingers Bulgarian airbags

    Broken bosoms blamed for chesty celeb's naughtiness

    Bootnotes 21 11:47

  • Fukushima: Situation improving all the time

    Food, water samples OK, Hyper Rescue Super Pump in action

    Science 21 12:03

  • Firefox 4 gets yet another final test build release

    Deadline day looms, but don't call me Shirley

    Applications 21 12:10

  • Extended Lord of the Rings Blu-rays to hit Blighty

    Blu Mordor?

    Hardware 21 12:17

  • Nokia's Mobile Money roll-out bankrolled by Indian bank

    Bankening the bankless billions

    Mobile 21 12:29

  • BAA outhouses 200 IT workers over to Capgemini

    Ink hits £100m five-year deal

    Management 21 12:47

  • Osborne urged to end islands VAT-holiday by small-biz group

    Big boys cram their stuff through florists' loophole

    Small Biz 21 12:58

  • Hamburg vice girls to be serviced by cable car

    Aerial trams proposed for horny gardeners, theatregoers

    Bootnotes 21 13:33

  • Dutch courts: Wi-Fi 'hacking' is not a crime

    No storage, no foul

    Broadband 21 13:53

  • Porsche punts e-car pre-orders

    Get your name on the Spyder hybrid list now

    Science 21 13:55

  • Interwebs stunned by musical atrocity

    iTunes cash rains down on 'fun, loving' auto-tuned teen

    Media 21 14:36

  • Apple finalises first iOS 4.3 update

    Firmware revision imminent?

    Phones 21 14:37

  • Will world universities step to cluster challenge?

    Tautology or just plain taunting

    HPC 21 14:38

  • Cray to build huge, grunting 20-petaflop 'Titan' for US gov labs

    Still mightier computer colossi to follow

    HPC 21 14:55

  • Big union loving for AT&T's T-Mobile plan

    Patriotism card also played - US cells for US jabber

    Mobile 21 15:10

  • Tumblr blames human error for 'minor' security breach

    Ahem, your config files are showing

    Security 21 15:32

  • Google cops €100k French spank in Street View slurp outrage

    'Sought dominant position' as it violated

    Security 21 15:39

  • MoD rejects Gaddafi low-flying aircraft complaint

    Serious online blow to Libyan tyrant

    Bootnotes 21 16:16

  • When dinosaurs mate: AT&T and Deutsche Telekom

    FCC weighs up a Big One

    Broadband 21 17:11

  • Google plugs new-age telephony into US carrier phones

    Gives Voice to Sprint

    Phones 21 18:00

  • PHP.net breach: Concern over safety of source code

    Poisoned well pondered

    Security 21 18:34

  • Oracle puts out Solaris 11 compatibility tester

    Will your Solaris 10 app make the jump?

    Operating Systems 21 18:44

  • Dell erects data centers in '10 countries'

    Private clouds only! (except those Dell public clouds)

    Cloud 21 18:46

  • Chinese man jailed for provoking nuke panic

    Shared fake Fukushima net warning 'without a second thought'

    Media 21 19:00

  • Fukushima explained in crap cartoon

    Nuclear Boy creates a stink

    Bootnotes 21 20:00

  • Proposed NBN 'retail restraint' law is bad for everyone

    The tortuous and ignorant debate over 'retail creep'

    Networks 21 20:52

  • Aus gamers set to get adult rating?

    Mortal Kombat still too hot

    Law 21 20:53

  • Eclipse sings open-web tune: No framework, no problem

    Heavyweight backs JavaScript, HTML, and CSS

    Developer 21 21:17

  • Microsoft sues trio over Androidian book reader

    Redmond patent suit hits Barnes & Noble

    Tablets 21 23:04