3rd November 2011 Archive

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  • Notorious eBay hacker gets 3-year suspended sentence

    'Vladuz' repeatedly impaled auctioneer's defenses

    Security 03 00:09

  • Aussie scientists develop radioactivity-trapping nanofibers

    One gram of fiber cleans a ton of water

    Science 03 00:23

  • Google releases, quickly recalls native iOS Gmail app

    'Unfortunately, it contained a bug...'

    Mobile 03 00:25

  • Better multithreading offered by Columbia U researchers

    Reducing the bugs, improving the execution

    Operating Systems 03 00:30

  • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 13.3in Core i5 notebook

    A computer of habit?

    Laptops 03 07:00

  • Cabinet Office publishes open source procurement toolkit

    Using document format that was proprietary until 2008

    Cloud 03 07:58

  • Nintendo pwns notion Wii was only for casual gaming

    Call of Duty: Mario Warfare 3, anyone?

    Games 03 08:10

  • Premium-rate calls watchdog to join battle against pirates

    Copyright cop pledges total British intolerance

    Law 03 08:18

  • British Library defends flogging of orphaned artwork

    MPs told of collateral damage to photographers

    Media 03 08:30

  • Swiss boffins produce working cloth made of GOLD

    Fairytale fabric used in ties, hankies: no parachutes yet

    Bootnotes 03 08:44

  • The boom and bust challenge of storage management

    Better management = better bang per buck?

    Storage 03 08:45

  • Google pushes out pretty mobile stats interface

    It's for ad-pushers, but you can use it too...

    Mobile 03 09:01

  • Disk prices double after flood - and could 'double again'

    Platter chatter says Thai flood will affect us all

    The Channel 03 09:13

  • Hague refuses to name nations which cyberattack Britain

    'Vigorous private discussions' shall be theirs, though

    Government 03 09:27

  • Apple confirms iPhone 4S battery bashing bugs

    'Several' glitches uncovered

    Phones 03 09:39

  • Shale gas operations triggered Blackpool tremors

    Deep-level drilling caused two minor earthquakes

    Science 03 09:41

  • iPad 3 to debut Q3 2012 as iPad 4

    Unless February's iPad 3 is the iPad 2S

    Tablets 03 09:54

  • The Google Review, explained...

    Immense wealth awaits. Email Ian Hargreaves with bank details, statute book

    Government 03 10:03

  • Cyberattack Blighty and we'll use 'military means' - UK gov

    Once we've sent a letter and had a chat, naturally

    Government 03 10:14

  • HP downgrades Slate Windows tab

    Slower Atom, less Flash

    Tablets 03 10:16

  • BT profits climb on brisk broadband sales

    Total sales slide 2% for Q2, wholesale wing remains flabby

    Financial News 03 10:32

  • RM threatens to axe 300 staff

    Education IT budgets collapse blamed

    The Channel 03 10:42

  • Facebook denies silent stalking of punters (again)

    Hamburg watchdog pokes 'suspicious' cookies

    Networks 03 10:53

  • Adobe Reader

    Proper PDF perusal on't 'Pad?

    Phones 03 11:00

  • The trials and tribulations of data centre networking

    Survey results: No easy answers

    Network Futures 03 11:15

  • Apple was OK to fire man for private Facebook comments

    'Image is so central to Apple's success', says tribunal

    Networks 03 11:26

  • Toshiba prices up Portégé Ultrabook

    Pro, consumer models on offer

    Laptops 03 11:33

  • Sony's PlayStation Home given complete overhaul

    Care in the online community

    Games 03 11:35

  • Maggie Philbin on tech, teens and cardigan fear

    Tomorrow's World icon was first to say 'I'm on a train'

    Bootnotes 03 11:36

  • Gadget 'bouncers' hired to patrol biz clouds

    If your name's not down, you're not connecting in

    Cloud 03 11:46

  • Mobile case brings glasses-free 3D to iPhone

    Extended dimensions

    Phones 03 11:49

  • Trevor works out on VDI roll-outs

    Stories from the trenches

    Enterprise Tech 03 12:00

  • Americans' right to hang fake balls on trucks left dangling

    Truck nuts case not seen as low-hanging fruit by court

    Bootnotes 03 12:09

  • Dixons knocks £200 off laptops before Xmas...

    ...but angles to get it back in the new year

    Laptops 03 12:15

  • Apple iOS 5's hidden 3D revealed

    Aussie dev's tweak could mean spinning teapots for all

    Operating Systems 03 12:18

  • Smart meters: Nothing can possibly go wrong, says gov

    Sky box in charge of your house is a tip-top notion

    Security 03 12:27

  • Yamaha RX-V471 5.1 AV receiver

    Ridiculously good value?

    Hardware 03 12:30

  • Kindle users can 'borrow' an extra book - forever

    That's not what 'library' and 'lend' mean, say publishers

    Tablets 03 12:36

  • Universal Music sued by its artists over downloads dosh

    Wrinkly rockers want their Eminem iTunes slice of pie

    Cloud 03 12:45

  • Amazon on Facebook: 'la la la we're not listening'

    Ann Summers deliciously responsive, however

    Cloud 03 12:54

  • Want to avoid all private-data breaches, ever? Here's how

    Wilderness guru speaks, world listens

    Cloud 03 13:13

  • Google and co join gov's identity marketplace

    Midata: A lucrative ID trade-off

    Security 03 13:24

  • Brit boffins print blinking booze bottle labels

    Now that's a light beer

    Small Biz 03 13:33

  • Shock movie upset - Daniel Craig still James Bond 007

    Showbiz insiders predict shooting, babes in Skyfall

    Bootnotes 03 13:42

  • Moto rolls out Xoom 2 Android fondleslabs

    Little and large tablets to swallow

    Tablets 03 13:50

  • Welsh gov splashes its cash on 10 lucky resellers

    Cymru names IT suppliers in two-year deal

    The Channel 03 13:52

  • Fixing Android mobes costs telcos millions

    Punters confused by versions and broken kit

    Operating Systems 03 14:03

  • Fujitsu boffins send DAN into storage fight

    Disk Area Network tightly trusses disks to CPUs

    Storage 03 14:17

  • Beijing to get free Wi-Fi with obvious strings attached

    Mobile number needed to access 480,000 hotspots

    Broadband 03 14:34

  • UN set to dump GMT for tech-friendly Atomic Time

    Just a minute...

    Government 03 14:44

  • Nude lady recreates Star Wars tauntaun scene in dead horse

    Beast killed with .300 magnum, not light-sabre

    Bootnotes 03 15:02

  • LG seeks cash to save its smartphone biz

    Massive shares issue to pump mobes, workforce

    Financial News 03 15:16

  • All 4G telcos must hit 98% coverage, Ofcom told

    MPs not happy with EE flogging free frequencies, either

    Broadband 03 15:33

  • Hands on with the Motorola Xoom 2 10.1in Android tablet

    And the 8.2in Xoom 2 Media Edition too

    Tablets 03 15:40

  • Has your account been pwned? New website will tell you

    If you trust it with your email address

    Security 03 15:47

  • Computer sports battle in Seattle: A punter's guide

    Who takes cluster crown? You tell us

    SC 2011 03 16:01

  • Some signs of life detected in gov IT spend

    But it's mid-market sales that cheer Insight in Q3

    The Channel 03 16:19

  • Flood recedes at Toshiba's Thai fabs

    Not the ones that makes disk drives, though

    The Channel 03 16:32

  • Crime-fighting Seattle superhero unmasked, fired

    Phoenix Jones banned from working with children

    Bootnotes 03 16:35

  • China, Russia called out as cyberspy hotbeds

    The spy who hacked me

    Security 03 16:41

  • RIM is now worth less than its assets

    Troubled BlackBerry maker's shares dip

    Financial News 03 16:56

  • Robot cop tackles mystery tinfoil poo-bomb bandit

    Plods feared massive turd explosion, evacuated large area

    Law 03 17:11

  • HP plonks Boeing bigwig into global biz hot seat

    Meg taps Hinshaw, promotes Flower

    The Channel 03 17:21

  • Apple assails mobile porn purveyor's URLs

    'iPhoneporn4s.com ... hmmm, what might that site contain?'

    Mobile 03 17:22

  • Oracle gives Solaris 11 final spit and polish

    A shiny new Unix bows next week

    Cloud 03 17:39

  • US Army orders more Judge Dredd smartgun ammo

    Shoots-round-corners computer rifle gets another $24m

    Bootnotes 03 18:02

  • Apple requires Mac App Store candidates to be sandboxed

    Protection for your own good

    Developer 03 19:26

  • eBay boss declares era of e-commerce is over

    Consumers don’t care, it’s all just shopping

    Business 03 19:31

  • NASA: Martians likely lived underground

    Surface water fleeting, subsurface flows enduring

    Science 03 21:12

  • Court forces bisexual budgie smuggling blogger to go down

    Downunder Speedo is a sacred domain

    Bootnotes 03 21:30

  • Virtualization market faces shake-up

    The hypervisors, they are a-changing

    Virtualization 03 21:41

  • Web credential authority rebuked for 'poor' security

    Digicert Malaysia banished from Chrome, IE, Firefox

    Security 03 21:46

  • Ninefold ties up with Australian incubators

    Cloudy outlook for startups

    Cloud 03 22:00

  • Google gets fresh with search algorithm tweak

    Results come quicker for breaking news

    Media 03 22:12

  • AMD sacks 1,400 to chase 'emerging markets'

    Caught between a Xeon and an ARM

    Business 03 22:29

  • Kaggle gets a gaggle of VC cash

    Australian uber geek crowdsourcers hiring

    Business 03 23:00

  • CityFibre raises £500m for UK gigabit rollout

    Targets ‘one million homes’

    Networks 03 23:30

  • Bill Gates drops $1m on laser-based malaria fighter

    Mosquitoes repelled by 'light wall'

    Science 03 23:42

  • Mobile industry needs Windows, handset vendors warn

    Android, iOS need competition

    Mobile 03 23:44