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22nd February 2012 Archive

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  • Dell misses profit goals in fiscal Q4

    Revenues up a bit, though

    Financial News 22 00:09

  • NASA seeks cooks for Mars trip simulation

    No bean or cabbage recipes, please

    Science 22 00:35

  • SanDisk daddy: Flash to 'checkmate' hard drives by 2020

    Next on the hit list: DRAM

    Storage 22 02:01

  • IBM arms robo-sysadmin QRadar with virus know-how

    X-Force gear combs through 13 billion threats a day

    Security 22 05:00

  • Ten... sub-£100 mono laser printers

    Read the fine print

    Hardware 22 07:00

  • ICO 'enquiring' about Google's serving of tracking cookies

    Questions after Microsoft slams Chocolate Factory on privacy

    Law 22 08:01

  • Ericsson flashes wallet, beds hot Wi-Fi and billing bizes

    Now it's spoiling for a fight against Chinese rivals

    Phones 22 08:26

  • Toy Story: Mystic Met needs swanky new kit, swoon MPs

    Media to blame for believing us reporting our forecasts

    Government 22 09:02

  • Councils spunk £515m in 4 years on CCTV

    Hey big spender, Birmingham

    Government 22 09:32

  • Crap PINs give wallet thieves 1-in-11 jackpot shot

    What are the odds? Cambridge boffins work it out

    Security 22 10:02

  • Wang charged in inappropriate electricity socket use

    Battery top-up threatened metro station's power supply

    Bootnotes 22 10:19

  • We're! not! a! social! network! yells! Yahoo!

    Doesn't want to be lumped in with riffraff like Facebook, Google

    Networks 22 10:41

  • Proview offers Apple peace talks amid Shanghai iPad ban bid

    Tech titan faces tablet knockout in dozens of China's cities

    Small Biz 22 11:02

  • NASA sniffs little black hole's 20-million-MPH wind

    Flatulent fallen star farts supermassive-grade hurricane

    Science 22 11:17

  • Distie vet Low to head new public sector biz at C2000

    'New challenge' found at old employer

    The Channel 22 11:32

  • Cameras roll on 'blockbuster' new Who series

    'Our craziest adventures yet,' promises Amy Pond

    Bootnotes 22 11:42

  • Freedom-crushing govts close to ruling our web, fears FCC boss

    Baffled ITC denies plotting internet land-grab

    Hosting 22 12:03

  • Fujitsu flaunts Tegra 3 for future phones

    High five core

    Phones 22 12:09

  • Spam crashes to historic low as malware explodes on mobiles

    Android Trojans soar, Mac viruses fall off a cliff

    Security 22 12:21

  • Samsung Series 9 skinny laptop priced for Blighty

    'World's thinnest' claim

    Laptops 22 12:32

  • Logica profits slump in 'much more difficult' 2011

    2012? Could be up, could be down

    The Channel 22 12:39

  • Top Euro beaks to probe ACTA for rights breaches

    Reding wants court to check anti-counterfeiting treaty's small print

    Government 22 13:01

  • Will Windows 8 sticker shock leave Microsoft unstuck?

    Metro and ARM threaten Vista-like compatibility badges

    Windows 8 22 13:23

  • Court claim slapped on bloke via Facebook in landmark case

    Solicitors' messages - another reason for an unlike button

    Law 22 13:43

  • VCE EMEA gaffer cheeses it after seven months

    Enterprise sales veep Adran Carr departs vendor coalition

    The Channel 22 13:59

  • For those thinking Private Cloud

    Here’s your project check list

    Cloud 22 14:00

  • Finally a use for PlayBook: Tab bodged into Windows, PS3 remote

    RIM's fondleslab needs all the love it can muster

    Operating Systems 22 14:29

  • Biz bazaar Alibaba goes private, watches shares soar

    Firm exits market while mulling Yahoo! stake slurp

    Small Biz 22 14:46

  • Nekkid Tech: I am Virtual Man

    Slicing and dicing, virty tech, Symantec's sueball and more ...

    Virtualization 22 15:07

  • Inside Apple

    More than just a Jobsworth

    Hardware 22 15:13

  • Sony's 'Dot Switch' unveiled as interactive Android app

    Don't bereave the hype

    Phones 22 15:16

  • Labour targets Tories' Google problem

    What's good for the Chocolate Factory is good for us

    Government 22 15:38

  • GPS jamming rife, could PARALYSE Blighty, say usual suspects

    'Sometimes a jammer goes by EVERY FEW DAYS'

    Government 22 15:57

  • Microsoft blasts 'web video killer' Motorola Mobility in EU gripe

    Googorola patents complaint probe launched

    Law 22 16:29

  • India seeks new supplier for $35 Android tablet

    Performance grumbles

    Tablets 22 16:47

  • Planet-wide cloud dream burst by nations' laws - BSA

    Report huffs at privacy safeguards and trade rules

    Cloud 22 17:32

  • Grumble-flick chat site exposes flirts' privates

    Oh, put it away - no, too late

    Security 22 18:31

  • CIA tells big biz to serve up bite-size software

    Spies want latest shiny tech on pay-as-you-go

    Applications 22 19:28

  • Global DNS takedown plotters disowned by Anonymous

    Alleged power grid threat also cobblers, say hacktivists

    Security 22 20:19

  • OPERA grabs spanner, fixes kit, and slows down neutrinos

    Ye canna break the laws of physics, it seems

    Science 22 20:59

  • Spitzer spots first solid buckyballs in stellar disc

    Stacks the size of 10,000 Everests found

    Science 22 21:02

  • HP earnings fall 44% on Whitman's debut quarter

    Revenues crash in key markets

    Financial News 22 21:50

  • Harvard boffins cause buzz with robot bee

    Our new insect overlords will come in a flat pack

    Science 22 22:00