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26th September 2011 Archive

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  • Ancient auto: still running, up for sale

    Igor! Stoke the boilers!

    Science 26 00:01

  • Oz Territory terrorized by MUTANT CANE TOADS!

    ‘The extra arm suits you’

    Science 26 01:00

  • DataDirect embulgens arrays for big data

    Hopes to grunt with the big pigs in the Big Data pigpen

    Storage 26 07:58

  • Online government services would exclude many Welsh

    Keep counters open if you ever want to see Dr Who again

    Government 26 08:26

  • Lib Dems: Gov must look at security of public data cloud

    Keeping stuff outside UK could erode citizens' rights

    Cloud 26 08:54

  • E Ink eyes 30m e-book reader sales in 2011

    Big demand from Xmas prezzie buyers with tight purse strings?

    Tablets 26 08:55

  • MPs label police IT 'not fit for purpose'

    Bleedin' 'ell, guv, the computer's fell down the stairs

    Law 26 09:27

  • Netflix whisks DreamWorks deal from under HBO's nose

    Dream contract to stream studio's movies

    Media 26 09:32

  • Sonim nudges NFC into hard-as-nails handset

    Communication that doesn't break down?

    Phones 26 09:59

  • Byte-dock MacBook Pro port replicator

    What's up, dock?

    Hardware 26 10:00

  • NASA to trial laser-powered space broadband

    Beaming probe data at 100Mbps

    Science 26 10:18

  • First-person shooter swaps guns for cameras

    Point and shoot

    Games 26 10:44

  • Swindon to get first UK 4G mobile network

    For the party, not the proles

    Broadband 26 10:45

  • Drinking alcohol wards off asthma

    Booze. Is there anything it can't do?

    Bootnotes 26 10:46

  • Red Hat engineer renews attack on Windows 8-certified secure boot

    Linux lock-out row rumbles on

    Developer 26 11:06

  • Kiwis drop the ball on government server upgrade

    Aotearoa: 404 Not Found... for two days

    Government 26 11:21

  • Facebook: 'We don't track logged-out users'

    Site hits back at cookie jar claims

    Security 26 11:22

  • .Scot campaign seeks UK Gov backing

    Scots say domain will pay for itself

    Government 26 11:38

  • Can SaaS improve your efficiency?

    Reg reader he say...

    Cloud 26 11:50

  • Office of EC veep jumps gun on net privacy law

    No statement on withdrawn statement

    Government 26 11:52

  • Sony Vaio SB 13.3in notebook

    Handy dandy

    Laptops 26 12:00

  • Tooling up for the Microsoft Virtual Academy

    IT circuit training

    Cloud 26 12:17

  • Samsung shifts 10 millionth Galaxy SII

    Filling punters' pockets before Apple can

    Mobile 26 12:19

  • Banks face e-payments antitrust probe

    Complaint filed to Euro watchdog

    Business 26 12:31

  • EMC supremo Joe Tucci to quit as CEO

    Will assume chairman's position by 2013

    Storage 26 12:47

  • Huawei gets charged with juicy Android handset

    Three-day battery life, anyone?

    Phones 26 12:53

  • HideMyAss defends role in LulzSec hack arrest

    Anons vow to give ass-hiders a hiding

    Security 26 13:27

  • Verizon: Samsung 4G ban not in our, er, public interest

    Telco urges US court to scrap Apple's injunction

    Broadband 26 13:40

  • Virtualising your infrastructure? Get your numbers right

    Avoid nightmares later

    Network Futures 26 14:00

  • Watchdog takes aim at premium-rate phone apps

    A slip of the thumb could cost you £££s

    Media 26 14:18

  • Google unfurls Dead Sea Scrolls

    Ancient rantings scanned to 1,200MP

    Bootnotes 26 14:42

  • Panasonic beckons forth beneficial robot buddies

    Move, talk and... er... wash your hair

    Hardware 26 14:59

  • Sites downed by 1&1 web outage

    Services AWOL, users annoyed by lack of info

    Hosting 26 14:59

  • Star Wars MMO subscriptions match Warcraft outlay

    Old Republic, dated and priced

    Games 26 15:01

  • Panda Security axes jobs, gets new chief exec

    Anti-virus firm hit hard by freebie rivals

    Security 26 15:27

  • Dell resells SeaMicro 'Atom smasher' servers

    A microserver in every hyperscale data center

    Servers 26 15:42

  • Samsung signals HD smartphones with supersize screens

    Galaxy S II gets high-def treatment

    Phones 26 15:49

  • USA Today pwned by s'kiddies on Twitter

    Who would you like us to hack next today?

    Security 26 16:22

  • IEEE task force massages 100GE for backplanes

    25Gb/sec signaling for blade servers

    Data Networking 26 17:44

  • AMD creates server division, loses chip head

    Bergman leaves for 'a new opportunity'

    Servers 26 18:22

  • Internet fails to dethrone TV news (so far)

    Dead-tree rags hold up surprisingly well

    Media 26 19:20

  • MySQL.com breach leaves visitors exposed to malware

    Rash of embarrassing open-source hacks spreads

    Security 26 19:21

  • 4G or 'faux G', it's a mealy-mouthed marketing mishmash

    Verizon goes all-IP, AT&T hedges bets

    Mobile 26 21:14

  • Virtual cloud monkeys go bananas writing Shakespeare

    Experiment to prove adage, without flung feces

    Media 26 22:09

  • Aussie fans of old BBC fodder get paid iPlayer offering

    Vital slab-fondler/Tom Baker demographic targeted

    Media 26 23:27