30th May 2011 Archive

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  • Lockheed-Martin signs on for D-Wave prototype computer

    A quantum leap in sales, from zero to one

    Science 30 00:57

  • Intel's future Sandy Bridge Xeons exposed

    x64 iron choices galore

    Servers 30 03:00

  • Boffins grow brains in petri dish

    Manmade rat neurons with memories

    Science 30 04:49

  • Rampaging Android takes over Main Street America

    This is not the theme park you were looking for

    Broadband 30 06:00

  • Part flash, all flash or dedicated flash?

    Location, location, location

    Storage 30 07:00

  • BT to embrace IPTV as it upgrades broadband network to multicast

    BT's network about to become very video-friendly

    Broadband 30 08:00

  • Ball games: the latest sports releases

    Action for the armchair athlete

    Games 30 08:00

  • Rumbled benefits cheats offer sensational excuses

    'It wasn't me working, it was my identical twin'

    Bootnotes 30 08:12

  • Endeavour bids adios to ISS

    Undocks ahead of final homecoming

    Science 30 08:46

  • Think PCs will drop in price? Think again, warns Intel

    Selling chips better biz than selling drugs

    The Channel 30 11:00

  • Of Windows patch management

    Stay in control of updates

    Desktop Strategy 30 12:00

  • Easing the pain of applications delivery

    Gain time and control with virtualisation

    Desktop Strategy 30 12:00

  • Reg hack applauds asinine augmentation

    Vulture Central expands donkey portfolio

    Bootnotes 30 20:17

  • Personal jetpacks and solar-powered ships

    Kiwis demonstrate how to save and waste fuel

    Bootnotes 30 23:54

  • Aus govt gets cracking on cyber threats

    Government listens, now that the big end of town is scared

    Security 30 23:57