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12th September 2011 Archive

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  • More job losses on the way as Tata picks up Telstra back office

    Hundreds to go in offshoring frenzy

    Business 12 Sep 00:01

  • Righthaven may have to file for bankruptcy

    And MediaNews won’t renew its contract

    Media 12 Sep 01:00

  • Google Native Client: The web of the future - or the past?

    This time, it's Mozilla v Google

    Developer 12 Sep 02:20

  • Coraid delivers flash-in-an-Ethernet-box

    MLCing it for all they're worth

    Storage 12 Sep 07:30

  • Printable mini-display tech draws power from NFC devices

    Really cool solution seeks problem to solve

    Broadband 12 Sep 07:57

  • BT channel overlord ponders still-bigger empire

    Dissatisfied with diet of organically grown customers

    The Channel 12 Sep 08:29

  • Rubbing an iPhone on your face won't cure acne - FTC

    Playing whack-a-mole with snake-oil apps

    Applications 12 Sep 08:54

  • HP to refund full-price Touchpad and Pre3 buyers

    Fondle-fancying employees left slabless

    The Channel 12 Sep 09:22

  • BT trying for fibre 'monopoly', claims TalkTalk chief

    Telcos want to get their hands on BT's pole

    Broadband 12 Sep 09:49

  • Dole-office civil servants allowed Twitter but no Facebook

    The fine line between tools and timewasting

    Government 12 Sep 09:57

  • Logitech Touch Lapdesk N600

    Thigh saver

    Hardware 12 Sep 10:00

  • MS inadvertently offers early peep at September patches

    Kimono hastily snatched closed again 'til Tuesday

    Security 12 Sep 10:13

  • Netflix: Not interested in cloud 'heavy lifting'

    Amazon gets them up in the sky, we bring the rain

    Cloud 12 Sep 10:26

  • LOHAN eyes hardcore partner's impressive girth

    Vulture 2 spaceplane needs thrust you can trust

    SPB 12 Sep 10:44

  • Mapping the threat environment

    Evolution of the Botnet

    Enterprise Tech 12 Sep 10:57

  • Consumerisation of IT: What do the end users think?

    The big bad IT department

    Reg Technology Panel 12 Sep 11:00

  • Guardian pratfall swaps homepage for US insurance firm

    Proud sub-editing tradition spreads to website team

    Media 12 Sep 11:07

  • Two Larrys to go head-to-head in Google-Oracle case

    Page vs Ellison in Larry-tastic Java wrestle

    Business 12 Sep 11:14

  • Man City boss quits over cancer email

    It was teh haxorz! Well ...

    Bootnotes 12 Sep 11:28

  • Laptop batteries made of jelly invented

    Wibble-wobble wibble-wobble 'leccy on a plate

    Science 12 Sep 11:41

  • Hacker defaces Irish Catholic paper: 'Gotta love false hope'

    'Continue believing in your false religion'

    Security 12 Sep 11:43

  • Four terabytes (but five platters)

    Five goes into four

    Storage 12 Sep 12:02

  • Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Windows 7 tablet

    Oak Trail Atom-powered fondleslab, anyone?

    Tablets 12 Sep 12:09

  • Crooks rent out TDSS/TDL-4 botnet to the clueless

    Mercenary zombies for hire to dumbed-down Baron Samedis

    Security 12 Sep 13:03

  • Glow-in-the-dark kittens to help produce cure for AIDS

    Can't your cat liven up parties or fight killer diseases?

    Science 12 Sep 13:05

  • Unlikely contender tops rankings in Nokia ringtone quest

    If possible, even more annoying than the original

    Mobile 12 Sep 13:20

  • Leader of Cisco counterfeit ring jailed for 60 months

    Shut up behind real bars though

    The Channel 12 Sep 13:37

  • HP to bring 6,000 more TouchPads to UK - for staff only

    See this? You can't have it! Ahahahaha!

    The Channel 12 Sep 13:45

  • 'Amazon Tax' California decision pushed back a year

    Webshopping giant hopes feds will step in

    Business 12 Sep 14:01

  • Sparc T4 chips: Oracle makes stealthy spec change

    Hmm <beard stroke> - what could this mean?

    Servers 12 Sep 14:26

  • HP shelves plans to offshore DWP support roles

    Dole queues to be slightly shorter than expected

    Government 12 Sep 14:38

  • Team HP: Cloud Police

    Globocorp wants to plug backdoors

    Cloud 12 Sep 14:56

  • Linux.com pwned in fresh round of cyber break-ins

    Penguin brigade in a flap after latest compromise

    Developer 12 Sep 15:27

  • LightSquared offers low-power olive branch to GPS

    But in a few years we'll turn the knob up again

    Broadband 12 Sep 16:02

  • Tech Data gobbles Man And Machine distie biz

    IT purveyor to bolster Autocad offerings

    The Channel 12 Sep 16:03

  • PostgreSQL revs to 9.1, aims for enterprise

    The elephant in the data center

    Applications 12 Sep 17:38

  • French officials: 'Don't worry about fatal nuclear explosion'

    Radiation leak danger 'very, very low'

    Science 12 Sep 17:48

  • GlobalSign says 'isolated' webserver was hacked

    Crypto key system appears safe

    Security 12 Sep 17:54

  • HTC mulls mobile OS buy – but won’t be rushed

    Android outfit eyes HP webOS new playmate

    Mobile 12 Sep 18:45

  • MongoDB 2.0 debuts with shrunken indexes

    '25% smaller, 25% faster'

    Applications 12 Sep 18:58

  • Apple's new Lion beta bakes in iCloud

    Reg crosses fingers for bugs fixes

    Operating Systems 12 Sep 19:43

  • Broadcom breaks piggy bank for $3.7bn NetLogic buy

    Get a grip on MIPS chip

    Data Networking 12 Sep 20:54

  • Optus and NICTA look for Android apps

    Tapping student brains trust

    Business 12 Sep 22:00

  • Gravity wave detector gets more sensitive

    Getting rid of quantum noise

    Science 12 Sep 23:00

  • LibreOffice uncloaks online extension cache beta

    Plus: LibreOffice-on-a-stick!

    Applications 12 Sep 23:50

  • IBM’s Jeopardy super hired to search healthcare data

    Big Blue supermachine joins real world

    HPC 12 Sep 23:57