8th September 2011 Archive

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  • Early Earth’s ‘golden shower’

    Shiny yellow stuff arrived on meteors

    Science 08 00:01

  • Solar lays hands on Holy Grail

    Industry claims Australian PV electricity now at ‘grid parity’

    Science 08 01:00

  • StreetView gets the willies in Victoria

    Look what popped up in the middle of nowhere…

    Bootnotes 08 01:39

  • Hitachi Data Systems gobbles BlueArc

    The end of stand-alone NAS supply

    Storage 08 03:55

  • Google feeds patents to HTC for assault on Apple

    After Motorola gave them to Google

    Mobile 08 04:48

  • Kingston Wi-Drive wireless flash storage

    Fondleslab file fattener

    Hardware 08 06:00

  • Three in ten Americans urge feds to read their email

    9/11 anniversary survey finds in favor of torture

    Security 08 06:49

  • Lost memory stick had 87 NHS patients' info unencrypted

    Medical student fingered in thumb drive fiasco

    Security 08 07:54

  • London public transport tap-cash plans will be 'entirely safe'

    Only bankers can take money from your card, not crooks

    Government 08 08:28

  • McAfee: Cyber thugs will turn your car into Christine

    Maybe. One day

    Security 08 08:57

  • Is using your own kit at work a good thing?

    The Big Reg Consumerisation Survey

    Reg Technology Panel 08 09:02

  • The Reg dips toe into social media ocean

    Majority pursuits

    Site News 08 09:06

  • Patent wars: Apple attacks Samsung in Japan

    Fly into the rising sun... Apple, suing everyone

    Law 08 09:36

  • Disk sales up 4%: No sign of Flash or Cloud impact yet

    Possible hoarding driven by Japanese quake worries

    Storage 08 09:37

  • HP readies AMD, Intel sub-notebook

    Steers clear of Ultrabook brand

    Laptops 08 09:48

  • Adobe CreatePDF

    PDF conversion from the creator of PDF

    Phones 08 10:00

  • Ultrabook makers turn to fibreglass to cut costs

    Cheaper to make, cheaper to sell

    Laptops 08 10:13

  • UK.gov works on YET ANOTHER open-source push

    Home Office battles internal 'communism' beliefs

    Policy 08 10:19

  • AMD Steam-game offer suspended after keys pilfered

    DiRTy snatch leaves gamers worried

    Security 08 10:29

  • SCC swallows French services firm LNA

    British firms wrestle for Gallic dominance

    The Channel 08 10:41

  • Poster presents evolution of game controllers

    From 'Tennis for Two' to the 'PS Move Sharp Shooter'

    Games 08 11:00

  • JP Morgan has a Playmobil moment

    Euro debt crisis explained in miniature

    Bootnotes 08 11:01

  • UK.gov coder defines open standards: 'A lot like porn'

    If you can think of it, there's an open standard of it?

    Policy 08 11:15

  • Gartner predicts UK PC market nosedive for 2011

    Rest of world to go on grow-slow, Blighty stuffed

    The Channel 08 11:27

  • Designer styles bendy Samsung smartphone

    Wrap star

    Phones 08 11:36

  • Amazon solves wait-at-home-for-deliveries problem

    Tiny snag: You have to go to the shopping centre

    Bootnotes 08 11:44

  • Satellite gives better picture of solar flares' effects on Earth

    Deliver more energy than was thought: Big implications

    Science 08 11:58

  • Orange Monte Carlo budget Android smartphone

    That Riviera touch

    Phones 08 12:01

  • End of UK local dialling in sight as numbers run out

    Bournemouth locals first for tiring fingering ordeal

    Broadband 08 12:20

  • Erwan Menard joins fellow HP vets at DataDirect

    Contender bulks up to take on the big boys

    Storage 08 12:38

  • Three complains to Brussels over NFC exclusion

    We want in to the bonk-n-bleep alliance

    Mobile 08 12:55

  • Ice Cream Sandwich Android out 'by November'

    That's what the IFA-demo'd tablets will have then

    Phones 08 12:56

  • Swedish cops free boozy moose from tree

    Sozzled scrumper refused to call it a day

    Bootnotes 08 13:05

  • China sprouts another Android fork

    Like 10,000 spoons when all you need is a knife

    Mobile 08 13:08

  • Oracle rejects Google's man for mediation

    Come on judge, we want the Two Larrys!

    Business 08 13:18

  • Amazon to give up the fight in California

    Offers to pay up later if it doesn't have to fork out now

    Financial News 08 13:22

  • Hitachi GST sandwiches Seagate with 4TB big boy

    Desks groan under contest of mighty grunters

    Storage 08 13:38

  • Double-barrel net infrastructure hack threatens ecommerce

    DNS redirection hack + forged digital certs = chaos

    Security 08 13:53

  • Cybercrooks prey on 9/11 anniversary

    Malware, 'commemorative coin' auctions and fake charity donation

    Security 08 14:38

  • TVonics seeks Brits to beta test BBC iPlayer over Wi-Fi

    Must own a DTR-HV250

    Hardware 08 14:48

  • LG may axe up to 30% of overseas mobile staff

    You remember, LG. Chaebol

    Mobile 08 15:07

  • Google greedily goobles foodie guide Zagat

    Information gourmands, rather than gourmets

    Financial News 08 16:20

  • MS, Samsung to show Windows 8 tablet at Build

    New device gets dev conference demo

    Tablets 08 16:44

  • Google: SSL alternative won't be added to Chrome

    Path converges into security quagmire

    Security 08 17:14

  • Microsoft inks new patent pacts over Android...and Chrome

    'Helps address IP issues' at Acer, Viewsonic

    Operating Systems 08 17:18

  • Foxconn churns out '150,000' iPhone 5s a day

    22 million by year's end

    Phones 08 18:46

  • Burned by DigiNotar, Mozilla tells cert cops to audit security

    Do it or else

    Security 08 19:41

  • Enterprise computing imperiled by cloudy mobes

    Every app an enterprise app

    Cloud 08 21:50

  • IBM loans SMBs $1bn to buy stuff

    The Big Blue Bank

    The Channel 08 21:53

  • Optus censored but still selling

    Thou shalt not sledge NBN Co

    Networks 08 22:33

  • Germany nixes EMI suit against HanseNet

    Cologne case stank, it seems

    Media 08 23:00

  • ACMA gives telcos five months to clean up act

    You will or we will: choice

    Government 08 23:30