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15th June 2011 Archive

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  • Microsoft+HTML: The antidote to iOS and Android

    Powerful tools will rule

    Developer 15 02:11

  • Lenovo chases SMBs with Xeon E3 towers

    One socket to me

    Servers 15 02:35

  • States consider saner 'sexting' penalties for teens

    Glaring hypocrisy in post Weiner-gate era

    Government 15 04:00

  • ARM exec: Open standards will make us all rich

    ARM and AMD sittin' in a tree, heterogeneous-ily

    Hardware 15 04:20

  • Asus Eee Pad Transformer Android tablet

    Tabtop computing at its best?

    Tablets 15 06:00

  • Xyratex offers Lustre clusters

    HPC here we come

    Storage 15 08:00

  • 8m health records go walkabout

    Unencrypted, password-free blackmailer's starter kit

    Government 15 09:11

  • Dell app servers getting flashy

    NetApp watch out

    Storage 15 09:23

  • IE, Excel fixes star in bumper Patch Tuesday

    More from the hamster wheel of patching pain

    Security 15 09:30

  • EU ministers back centralisation of population databases

    Just the one agency dear

    Law 15 09:33

  • Acer slashes tablet forecast, banks on notebooks

    Game of executive musical chairs ongoing too

    Hardware 15 09:38

  • Apple pulls app after dev publishes users' PINs

    Too many folk use too-easy-to-guess passcodes

    Phones 15 09:47

  • Steer clear of the desktop virtualisation bootstorm

    Prepare to form an orderly queue

    Desktop Virtualisation 15 10:01

  • High Performance Computing for you?

    New apps, new opps, new start

    HPC 15 10:01

  • New York Times takes on Apple-baiting troll

    LodSys patent makes infringers of us all

    Mobile 15 10:05

  • Profit-free Pandora floats, valued at $2.6bn

    Is there a music bubble?

    Media 15 10:14

  • IRIS gets close up and SaaS-y with accountants

    Will the beancounters bite?

    Cloud 15 10:28

  • What does mission critical mean, anyway?

    Trevor talks non-stop

    Enterprise Tech 15 11:00

  • MoD plans 'name and shame' crackdown on crap projects

    If they don't buck up... we'll name them again!

    Government 15 11:03

  • Microsoft integrates OAuth 2.0 in play for Facebook goodness

    Single sign-on trend hooks up Windows Live dev platform

    Applications 15 11:08

  • LulzSec hacks EVE Online as rampage goes on

    Pwn party shows no sign of flagging

    Security 15 11:26

  • iOS 5 files restoke iPad 3 retina display rumour

    2048 x 1536 graphics discovered

    Tablets 15 11:32

  • Wii U has 50 per cent more power than rivals

    Nintendo wants the entire market, and more

    Games 15 11:40

  • Peugeot 508 Active e-HDI micro-hybrid

    No, it's not an e-car for very small people...

    Science 15 12:00

  • Will Ofcom have to stick up its hands on 4G auction?

    Speed > fairness

    Phones 15 12:05

  • 'A SHARK attacked my ROBOT', gasps ex-Sun exec

    Tin fish limps home after deep-sea gobblement attempt

    Science 15 12:11

  • Nokia nukes online store in UK

    Direct sales all but Finnish

    Phones 15 12:13

  • Creditsafe suspends website in wake of drive-by download attack

    Precautionary disconnect

    Security 15 12:20

  • Cloud 'not ready for public sector market'

    Still presents a risk for public services, warns local government IT chief

    Cloud 15 13:11

  • HTC U-turns over Desire Android 2.3 update

    Smartphone WILL get Gingerbread after all

    Phones 15 13:13

  • Europe flashes report card on data protection

    The good, the bad and the ugly

    Government 15 13:34

  • Go Daddy sued over email alerts

    Tubby patent troll wants seconds

    Hosting 15 13:52

  • Best Buy gives big boxes the boot

    Small is beautiful

    The Channel 15 14:20

  • Groupon hug from small businesses? Not so much

    Daily deal sites lack loyalty from bar owners, barbers and cooks

    Small Biz 15 14:44

  • iLuv International Triple USB AC Charger

    Three-port power

    Hardware 15 15:00

  • Hitachi keen to be cloud content king

    Fluff as far as the eye can see

    Cloud 15 15:03

  • IBM slashes prices on Opteron 6100 racker

    Freebie CPUs and a server discount

    Servers 15 15:19

  • Next-gen Xbox to debut at next year's E3

    Games already in development, apparently

    Games 15 15:20

  • Rogue software consultant's vast stash of DIY explosives

    Bomb squad forced to blow up likeable bank robber's house

    Law 15 15:55

  • NHS trust issues nurse jub flash alert

    You're not Babs Windsor, so put 'em away

    Bootnotes 15 15:57

  • LexisNexis open sources Hadoop challenger

    Behold! Thor and Roxie

    Software 15 16:00

  • Duke Nukem flack eats words over threat to reviewers

    Grovelling apology follows 'no praise, no games' Tweet

    Games 15 17:06

  • T-Platforms CPU-GPU hybrid hits 1.3 petaflops at Moscow State

    Russian super maker invades Amerika

    HPC 15 19:11

  • Google's HTTP Archive merges with Internet Archive

    One records pages. The other records speed

    Applications 15 19:42

  • Adobe patches critical bugs in Flash and Reader

    Second emergency Flash patch in 9 days

    Security 15 21:08

  • LTE vs broadcasters: let the spectrum wars begin

    ACMA scratches head over 4G interference

    Broadband 15 22:26

  • Gummint security is utterly hopeless

    Auditor strolls through West Oz networks

    Broadband 15 22:27

  • SGI boasts of Altix UV installs

    Prefabs Hadoop clusters to chew big data

    HPC 15 22:46

  • Chandra tags ancient black holes

    ‘Growing like gangbusters’

    Science 15 23:00

  • Microsoft juices C++ for massively parallel computing

    Plug in the AMP

    Developer 15 23:02

  • Rupert and Wendi go shopping in China

    Grab stake in P2P giant ahead of US$200m IPO

    Financial News 15 23:30