19th May 2011 Archive

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  • NBN Co lights up on mainland

    Fibre for farmers and marginal electorates

    Broadband 19 May 00:00

  • Iran accused of hacking nuke inspectors' phones, PCs

    'Unusual events' suggest tampering

    Government 19 May 00:41

  • Sleazy Aussie 'hot babes' network goes MIA

    Shock: Facebook acts on privacy

    Bootnotes 19 May 01:00

  • ‘We’ll get to the bottom of this’ – HP boss

    The leaks or the market?

    Financial News 19 May 01:00

  • Microsoft calls Intel's Windows 8 comments 'inaccurate'

    But won't say how

    Operating Systems 19 May 02:49

  • Sony Vaio VPCF21Z1E 16in laptop

    Plastic paving slab offers 3D fun

    Laptops and Tablets 19 May 06:00

  • HDS fixin' to bring out common storage platform

    One VSP ring to rule them all

    Storage 19 May 07:51

  • PARIS team to tackle the ultimate post-pint snack

    The Middlesbrough 'parmo'? We can handle that...

    SPB 19 May 07:56

  • Wolfram Alpha

    (Re)search engine

    Phones 19 May 08:00

  • Amazon US offers gift cards, free shipment for your e-junk

    Got crap?

    Business 19 May 08:53

  • Google's Egypt hero: Tech biz, keep out of Arab politics

    'Companies who take sides will learn the hard way'

    CIO 19 May 09:19

  • Which kind of cloud database is right for you?

    This way for relationship counselling

    Cloud Developer 19 May 10:00

  • Powerline network radio interference debated in Commons

    Only bearded fanatics could possibly object

    Broadband 19 May 10:00

  • PS3s overheat after firmware update

    Rockstar plays it cool

    Games 19 May 10:12

  • Mumsnet founder: Our members are 'very keen' on PORN ...

    ... But regulators, ISPs should help police content

    Law 19 May 10:17

  • Why are Microsoft and Intel slapping and pulling hair?

    Playroom politics as MS lets ARM play with its dolly

    CIO 19 May 10:41

  • Apple App Store apps are often old, vulnerable versions

    Walled garden not so safe after all

    Security 19 May 10:49

  • Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer set to sniff out strangelets

    Mighty, antimatter-hunting machine attached to ISS

    Science 19 May 10:59

  • Your PC, our problem

    What can users buy?

    Desktop Strategy 19 May 11:00

  • Identity and Passport Service loses its website

    Tentacle reabsorbed by Home Office

    Government 19 May 11:11

  • How to choose the right screen size

    Is your telly too small - or too big - for HD?

    Hardware 19 May 11:23

  • Three prices up HTC Flyer fondleslab for Brits

    Bundles 15GB of 3G data

    Mobile 19 May 11:40

  • Cabinet Office outlines gov-portal 'ID assurance' plans

    One set of keys to unlock all your .gov access

    Government 19 May 11:43

  • Desktop virt: Licence to bamboozle?

    Technology sorted? Now for the hard part

    Enterprise Tech 19 May 12:00

  • Logitech outs tablet add-ons

    Accessories your Android

    Laptops and Tablets 19 May 12:10

  • Microsoft blames old update for Xbox 360 issue

    Future firmware is fine

    Games 19 May 12:13

  • O2 money-phone set to go live this year

    Now losing your mobe will be an even bigger nightmare

    Mobile 19 May 12:15

  • Stuxnet-style SCADA attack kept quiet after US gov tests

    'Industrial grade malware without nation state backing'

    Security 19 May 12:26

  • Coder claims logs show WebOS netbook in pipe

    Never say never, eh, HP?

    Laptops and Tablets 19 May 12:41

  • Microsoft fails to turn punters on to WinPho 7

    Only 1.6m smartphones based on MS' new OS sold in Q1

    Phones 19 May 13:06

  • Interstellar space 'full of Jupiter-size orphan planets'

    Lone gas giants wander the empty reaches of the galaxy

    Science 19 May 13:27

  • Is Quantum shopping itself around?

    Saucy firm undoes top button, eyes NetApp provocatively?

    Business 19 May 13:38

  • Eight New Yorkers sue Baidu for $16m

    Chinese gov search glovepuppet 'permeates US borders'

    Law 19 May 13:51

  • Amazon heralds unstoppable rise of the e-book

    Outselling print in the States, hardbacks in Blighty

    Laptops and Tablets 19 May 13:59

  • Schmidt explains the Google way to self-erasure

    Don't be evil build a creepy facial-recognition database

    Security 19 May 14:16

  • Tablet PCs bashed but not beaten by media tablets

    iPad 2, tablet PC nil

    Laptops and Tablets 19 May 14:37

  • Snort team aim to scent malformed email attachments

    Razorback, the truffle-hog with a forensic back end

    Security 19 May 14:46

  • RHEL 6.1 lays foundation for future servers

    Beta no more

    Operating Systems 19 May 17:46

  • Simply viewing Apple kit provokes religious euphoria

    Fanboi brain scan backs Church of Jobs

    Media 19 May 18:22

  • Mickos: Amazon and Eucalyptus still rule the cloud

    Ex-MySQL man takes fight to OpenStack

    Cloud 19 May 19:22

  • Eureka! Google breakthrough makes SSL less painful

    Client-side change cuts latency by 30%

    Security 19 May 20:24

  • US admiral reveals safety plan for Zombie Apocalypse

    Pack your bags. Don't forget towel

    Bootnotes 19 May 20:31

  • Schmidt: 'Elites' not 'common men' fret over net privacy

    Why Google needs a nanny

    Security 19 May 22:28

  • Kaspersky wants Interpol for the web

    Eugene taking the axe to online crime

    Security 19 May 22:30

  • FTC, Canada bust internet scammers

    Bitter medicine for pill racket

    Security 19 May 23:00

  • OSI set to expand open source mission

    Defender of the faith on new crusade

    Software 19 May 23:37