4th July 2011 Archive

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  • HP plans to measure girth, thrust of channel pitches

    Vendor deploys iQuote to improve bid times and attach rates

    The Channel 04 08:00

  • Atmos 2.0 now shipping

    Cloud folder on your Windows desktop

    Cloud 04 08:00

  • Plucky Czechs force Street View changes

    Slurpmobiles reined in by Prague authorities

    Government 04 08:01

  • UPDATED McGregor set to take control at Azlan

    Networking distie to enthrone new boss

    The Channel 04 08:11

  • Earth orbit for £1,000? You must be joking

    Amateur boffins vie for 'very nearly' impossible N-Prize

    SPB 04 08:26

  • Pharmacy spam disguised as Google+ invites

    Cock-like-a-rock July 4th specials spamvertised

    Security 04 08:28

  • Terrafugia flying car gets road-safety exemptions

    Forget about the car in front, it's the car above

    Science 04 09:00

  • Fox News tweets hacked to show Obama death stories

    Foxy pranksters outfox Fox for lulz

    Security 04 09:14

  • EU cloud data can be secretly accessed by US authorities

    US-owned companies bound by Patriot Act, says Microsoft

    Law 04 09:27

  • Aussie retailer accuses UK shops of HDMI 'scam'

    Four quid job just as good as a £100 one

    Hardware 04 09:27

  • Spooks made 1,061 bugging errors in 2010

    MI5 accidentally spied on 134 people they didn't mean to

    Government 04 09:44

  • Facebook's 'awesome' plan to hook up with Skype?

    MicroSoftFaceSkypeBook vidchat deal rumoured

    VoIP 04 09:56

  • Anti-censorship Radiohead tap into online Chinese market

    Not so Paranoid Android really, then

    Media 04 10:22

  • Can Fox break the power of Army, Navy, RAF chiefs?

    Top brasshats set to be booted out of Whitehall

    Government 04 10:24

  • Sony to launch PlayStation 4 in 2012, say moles

    Taking the initiative?

    Games 04 10:31

  • Apple v Samsung: Jobs strikes back

    Tech giants swap legal bitchslaps

    Law 04 10:44

  • Pissed-off elves bombard Icelandic town with rocks

    Musician attempts to placate meddling huldufólk

    Bootnotes 04 10:57

  • Scotland Yard still have no idea why their network fell over

    Plods' finest IT brains baffled by 'major issue'

    Law 04 11:13

  • Microsoft inks Bing deal with Baidu

    Google slipping in China as Redmond snuggles the dragon

    Networks 04 11:24

  • Telcos: up your prices, lose customers

    Networking switching stats show effect of tariff tweaks

    Mobile 04 11:34

  • WikiLeaks sues Visa, Mastercard over 'financial blockade'

    Unleashes pack of slavering Scandinavian lawyers

    Law 04 11:40

  • Logicalis coughs $34m for Netarx

    Integrator acquires managed services goodness

    The Channel 04 11:44

  • Samsung NS310 netbook

    There's life in the old dog yet

    Laptops 04 12:00

  • When Oracle bought Pillar for £zilch

    Is Pillar's fate its opportunity?

    Storage 04 12:18

  • Boffins fix dead satellite using 'dirty hack' in space

    Eat that, LulzSec

    Science 04 12:34

  • Custom speakers that should be seen as well as heard

    Orna-mental design

    Hardware 04 13:25

  • Nissan backs off from Goodwood reverse-race car stunt

    Arse-backwards attempt kyboshed

    Bootnotes 04 13:28

  • Apple site hacked 'by LulzSec' - report

    No suggestion of snags at iTunes, though

    Security 04 13:31

  • BBC mulls talent Twitter ban to prevent storyline spoilers

    Loose-lipped thesps' stealing own thunder blunders

    Bootnotes 04 13:52

  • What's the point of data centre orchestration?

    Baton twirlers start here

    Data Centre 04 14:00

  • Google trebles its force of lobbyists ahead of FTC probe

    Chocolate Factory insists it has 'a strong story to tell'

    Business 04 14:15

  • Stieg Larsson: Oxfam's number one best seller

    Author most commonly given away in binliners is Dan Brown

    Bootnotes 04 14:42

  • Pacific rare-earth discovery: Actually just gigatonnes of dirt

    Take a lot of acid and it might seem valuable

    Science 04 15:19

  • Top level domain explosion could wreak MAYHEM on NET

    Suppose you owned '1'. Now you can set up 127.0.0.1 ...

    Hosting 04 15:36

  • IBM chases Itanium shops with 'Breakfree' deals

    Big Sam's big 'Thank You' to Larry

    Servers 04 18:00

  • Operation Antisec lames out again

    Public data posted in Pirate Bay facepalm

    Security 04 22:40

  • Ex-BigPond chief uploaded to Quickflix

    As Quickflix picks up BigPond’s DVD rental business

    Business 04 23:01

  • Amazon swallows UK online bookseller

    The Book Depository assimilated by a Borg depository

    Business 04 23:30