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19th August 2011 Archive

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  • Apotheker prescribes transformation elixir for HP

    Down the hatch, dinosaur

    Hardware 19 00:05

  • Better sunspot forecasts on the way

    The weather: cloudy with a chance of global IT disruption

    Science 19 01:00

  • Apple augments reality, tells you where to go

    Patent filing stokes iPhone Maps app

    Mobile 19 04:00

  • HP chief bows to Jobsian cult

    The tablet Apple effect

    Hardware 19 04:13

  • AES crypto broken by 'groundbreaking' attack

    Faster than simply brute-forcing

    Security 19 05:00

  • RIM BlackBerry Bold 9900

    The latest in riot gear

    Phones 19 06:00

  • ISS 'naut shoots first ever 3D footage in space

    At last something to watch on 3D telly

    Science 19 08:01

  • ID and Passport Service uncloaks 2012 online plans

    Apply for a Brit passport from anywhere in the world

    Government 19 08:26

  • Sony preps Luke Skywalker-style digital binoculars

    'Yeah, they're Sandpeople all right'

    Hardware 19 08:34

  • Hits keep on coming: HP buys Autonomy for $11bn cash

    Brit techbiz poster-boy Autonomous no more

    Cloud 19 08:42

  • Average sozzled Brit sinks 5,800 pints during life

    Spends £58,201 on booze before kicking bucket

    Bootnotes 19 08:58

  • Man builds gadget to silence annoying TV pundits

    'Starkey, mute'

    Hardware 19 09:00

  • Dragons Den Jones to offload Data Select to management

    Amassing cash to snap up firms cheap in coming double-dip?

    Business 19 09:26

  • Sky Movies too expensive, says Competition Commission

    Double whammy from regulator, Ultraviolet

    Media 19 09:41

  • LOHAN will return to Earth by flying (open) sourcer

    Our space beauty gets a bit of geeky goodness inside her

    SPB 19 10:01

  • Scientists devise 260GB CD-size glass disc storage tech

    Make light work of archiving

    Hardware 19 10:06

  • China Mobile pushes Jobs for Sino-flava 4G iPhone

    Already has 7m+ Jesus mobe users without even offering it

    Mobile 19 10:17

  • BOFH: Beer, shinies, death by fire, rats IN THAT ORDER

    Nonsense, I have not yet begun to defile myself ...

    BOFH 19 10:31

  • Hundreds of Brit pubs to offer free WiFi

    Guess where this piece was written

    Cloud 19 10:43

  • Ridley Scott confirmed for Blade Runner pre/sequel

    Harrison Ford's out, though

    Hardware 19 10:43

  • Motorola Atrix Lapdock

    It's a... phone-book?

    Phones 19 11:00

  • T-Mobile JavaScript comment stripper breaks websites

    It's not optimisation, it's pessimisation

    Developer 19 11:02

  • Lib Dems want pirate-friendly, one-speed net

    'Yarr! Vote for Black Julian, me mateys'

    Networks 19 11:22

  • Poor IT could leave Brit troops hanging in Afghanistan

    Just not enough, just not in time

    Government 19 11:38

  • P10000: What HP wants to make instead of PCs, tablets

    Sources drop tantalising hints on mystery array

    Storage 19 11:58

  • Brits buy more e-books than other Euro readers

    Flying off the shelves

    Tablets 19 12:01

  • New Apple move against Galaxy Tab on Euro front

    Jobs wants rival slabs shipped back to Samsung right now

    Business 19 12:18

  • Nexsan stuffs its box with Tosh flash

    Opens dressing-gown to reveal 13,800 IOPS/watt bulge

    Storage 19 12:37

  • Sony: PlayStation Vita will win gamers back from tablets, phones

    Exec in lauding own product SHOCK

    Games 19 12:40

  • Hardware-happy HP has swallowed a Sun death pill

    Doomed bid to get out of making actual machinery

    Business 19 12:52

  • Who the hell cares about five nines anymore?

    The service-centric view of system management

    Service Assurance 19 13:00

  • Hedge fund agitator grapples for helm at Brocade

    Network galleon beats into 'IT market headwinds'

    Data Networking 19 13:38

  • Brussels objects to WD's Hitachi GST purchase

    Issues beefs, awaits corporate response

    Storage 19 14:11

  • HP's WebOS mess: When smartphone assets go toxic

    Stick a fork in Android, it's done

    Developer 19 14:56

  • Confab makes sense of dot-everything revolution

    Dot-mad, dot-glad, dot-brand, or dot-bland?

    Networks 19 16:00

  • Apple, HTC trim phone forecasts as markets tank

    Fewer parts ordered as economocalypse looms

    Phones 19 16:05

  • Googlola's closed source Android temptation

    Will the code 'stay' open?

    Mobile 19 17:00

  • SGI (almost) doubles sales, (almost) halves losses

    Foresees a profitable 2012. Finally

    Financial News 19 20:17

  • Insulin pump attack prompts call for federal probe

    Security of medical devices questioned

    Security 19 20:23

  • Lustre file system set for spit 'n' polish

    Whamcloud lands deal from OpenSFS

    HPC 19 22:38