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4th May 2012 Archive

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  • LinkedIn buys SlideShare

    Suits want all their stuff in one place

    Business 04 00:00

  • Can Amazon become the biggest platform peddler in the world?

    Crazy, but not impossible

    Cloud 04 00:01

  • Yahoo! investor! accuses! CEO! of! embellishing! resume!

    Be careful to check your references

    Business 04 00:49

  • Chinese passports to get chipped

    Great wall of biometrics for international travellers

    Security 04 03:46

  • Oz asks how much personal data should telcos keep?

    Obligations for carrier security, spook access also up for disucssion

    Policy 04 04:55

  • Teufel Audio iTeufel Air

    Golden age of stream

    Hardware 04 06:00

  • China considers energy cap

    Climate change makes energy reductions “inevitable”, say officials

    Science 04 06:38

  • NAO: 1 in 5 of Whitehall's mega projects at risk of failure

    £89bn at stake from 39 programmes with 'high or fairly high' chance of tanking

    Government 04 07:02

  • Canada failing to sufficiently protect IP rights – US report

    True pirate love in all thy sons command

    Law 04 07:28

  • Engineer Doe thought people's private info 'might be useful'

    Plus: 'Apple, please don't make stupid assumptions'

    Business 04 08:02

  • Printed electronics: Not just blinking beer bottles

    Flexible innovation, in every sense of the word

    Hardware 04 08:34

  • Jolly rogered

    How The Pirate Bay ban was hijacked by the anti-smut brigade

    Broadband 04 09:00

  • Chair-tossing Steve flings surfer Steve onto Microsoft board

    Sporty Seagate CEO is lord of the boards

    Business 04 09:17

  • Megan Fox fingers fondleslab in sexy store promo

    Trousers off, tablet out

    Hardware 04 09:22

  • Black Ops II pulps previous pre-order performance

    Haul of duty, again

    Games 04 09:44

  • Behold the TPC-DS, a new weapon in the global Big Data war

    Seeking the 'game-proof' benchmark

    HPC 04 09:46

  • Sage thrusts small biz tool into Microsoft Azure

    Cloudy rivals threaten to gobble UK firm's lunch

    The Channel 04 10:02

  • O2 to serve up free Wi-Fi to coffee chain

    Won't Costa penny, arf, arf

    Broadband 04 10:03

  • Germans hail Vulture 1 spaceplane

    Die Zeit gets cosy with PARIS

    SPB 04 10:18

  • US, Euro e-car makers back 'standard' AC/DC jack

    Ladies and Gentlemen, will you please welcome the J1772 Combo Connector

    Science 04 10:24

  • Yahoo! board! probes! CEO's! CompSci! CV! blunder!

    Thompson's bio and SEC doc gaffe spirals

    Business 04 10:42

  • Apple sneaks iPad 2 with 32nm chip into retail

    Big battery life boost for mystery machine

    Tablets 04 10:48

  • Microsoft ejects DVD playback from Windows 8

    Netflix and licensing killed the video star

    Software 04 11:01

  • Greenland glaciers not set to cause disastrous sea level rises - study

    Another blow for hippy doomsayers

    Science 04 11:24

  • Channel defies gloom, ships £400m kit in Q1

    Analyst: Revenues jump by 10%

    The Channel 04 11:25

  • Google took a bath on Android in 2010, judge reveals

    Net loss in every quarter, Oracle's Java trial court told

    Financial News 04 11:37

  • Hands on with the Samsung Galaxy S III

    The one to beat?

    Phones 04 11:40

  • UK Border Agency servers go titsup, thousands grounded

    Good thing there's no Olympics coming up

    Government 04 12:02

  • Cameron hardens stance on UK web filth block

    PM to hold talks with broadband barons on 'default' smut filters

    Government 04 12:28

  • Chip alchemists 'turn cheap silicon into longer-lasting flash'

    Fusion-io sources whisper NAND witchcraft

    Storage 04 12:46

  • Copyfighters jumpstart MPs' probe into Blighty's IP law

    Google man tells Parliament what small businesses need

    Government 04 13:05

  • Prototype 2

    Heller damnation

    Games 04 13:05

  • Clouds of Sushi?

    Yo!

    Small Biz 04 13:16

  • Samsung Galaxy S III: A Swiss army knife of wireless tech

    Forget the moon-sized screen, the innovation's in the airwaves

    Broadband 04 13:32

  • MP blasts 'ineffective' games regulation

    Vaz plays the Brievik card

    Games 04 13:34

  • Lockheed bags $454m to tool up Pentagon's Cyber Crime Center

    Fending off web terrorists isn't cheap, you know

    Financial News 04 14:01

  • Syrian secret police endorse male hair remover

    'Most prisoners confessed within five minutes of the first application'

    Bootnotes 04 14:33

  • Hunt tosses 27 cities into broadband cash bunfight

    Only 10 will be selected to receive paltry £50m

    Government 04 15:02

  • SK Hynix drops bid to buy bankrupt Elpida

    Joins Toshiba in abandoning DRAMurai warrior's corpse

    Business 04 15:27

  • Ten... alternatives to Samsung's Galaxy S III

    Something completely different?

    Phones 04 15:44

  • Microsoft's dumpster-diver partner strategy is rubbish

    Redmond should buy big or go home

    Business 04 16:00

  • German education minister accused of copying in class

    Yet another Teutonic politico fingered for PhD plagiarism

    Bootnotes 04 16:45

  • US economy not eager to create jobs in April

    15,000 more system designers get work

    Jobs 04 17:31

  • Nokia dinged with shareholder lawsuit over poor Lumia sales

    Finns: Allegations are 'without merit', we will defend ourselves

    Financial News 04 17:59

  • McAfee founder raided in Belize by gang-busting police

    Claims political persecution and dog murder

    Business 04 18:31