21st June 2012 Archive

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  • The Hague says Apple infringed Samsung patent

    Incremental win in excremental battle

    Law 21 00:06

  • European Parliament prepares for crucial ACTA vote

    2.8 million people say no to treaty

    Law 21 02:07

  • Gigapixel camera heralds new world of snoopery

    You want detail? We got detail

    Hardware 21 02:32

  • TPG hit with AUD$2m fine

    ACCC takes action on tricky telco ads

    Law 21 02:43

  • Chinese search newbie Jike takes on Baidu and Google

    It's government-owned but promises 'natural' search

    Networks 21 04:02

  • Nigerian scams are hyper-efficient idiot finders

    The bigger the lie, the bigger the pile of cash scammers scoop, says MSFT boffin

    Security 21 04:39

  • Philips 46PFL9706T 46in 3D smart TV

    Inspired by the eyes of a moth

    Hardware 21 06:00

  • Whamcloud flogs wild Lustre pig into obedience with data whip

    It's the only language these open brutes understand

    Storage 21 07:02

  • Apple desperate to prevent nightmare scenario of iPad in Iranian hands

    Power of 'slab too awesome to risk in sale to US citizen

    Bootnotes 21 07:18

  • Pricey China could put off ex-pat IT pros

    Rocketing living costs may be good news for Hong Kong

    Jobs 21 07:31

  • LinkedIn faces class action suit over password leak

    People can take data from us, but not money

    Law 21 07:41

  • Windows 8 'harder for malware to exploit', says security analysis

    Getting penetrated doesn't mean they own you

    Windows 8 21 08:00

  • Samsung offers cool green RAM for the same cold hard greenbacks

    Confidentially admits being 'generations ahead' of rivals

    Hardware 21 08:14

  • Row on between publishers, researchers over data mining techniques

    IPO attempts to data mine consultation responses

    Law 21 08:28

  • New body to supervise as your NHS file includes more and more stuff

    64b/1: Circumstances of asphyxiation. Auto-erotic (Y/N)

    Government 21 08:44

  • Panasas on server flash cache: 'What problem are you solving?'

    We don't need the speed, we don't heed the feed

    Storage 21 09:03

  • Microsoft set to 'do a Nexus' with its Surface tablet

    Acer boss Shih argues it will be a one-off play

    Tablets 21 09:14

  • Sony taps bug peepers to kill gloss-screen glare

    Fly's Eyes Wagner inspired?

    Hardware 21 09:23

  • Brutal web vice of the People's Republic crushes innovation, growth

    Our man in China eyes up prospects for digital

    Business 21 09:30

  • Dixons Retail: A mirror held up to Europe

    Southern pain, northern gain, Pixmania ruining it for everyone

    The Channel 21 09:44

  • Samsung to probe Galaxy S III blaze claim

    Hot product got too hot?

    Phones 21 09:50

  • Larry Ellison buys island 1000x bigger than Branson's

    No details yet on volcano, submarine dock etc

    Bootnotes 21 10:13

  • Supercomputer flash kings: TLC needs, er, TLC

    Three-layer cell NAND, the iron bicycle of memory

    Storage 21 10:27

  • Realising the benefits of cloud for mobile workers

    Like it or not, it's here

    Small Biz 21 10:32

  • Brits spent £334 each year on games

    Moving to mobile

    Games 21 10:39

  • Choose Smarter: Ten… Class 10 SDHC Cards

    Sharp cards

    Hardware 21 10:42

  • Crime Map

    Watching the defectives

    Phones 21 11:00

  • Amount of meat we eat will barely affect future climate change

    Look at the numbers, forget the spin

    Science 21 11:11

  • Oracle accepts a nice round number in damages from Google

    Let's get this over with so we can appeal already

    Software 21 11:19

  • Former Acer CEO Lanci trousered £27m after PC-mountain cockup

    We just wanted issue settled quickly, says Wang

    The Channel 21 11:31

  • Amazon Android App Store to invade Europe

    Temptations for developers

    Phones 21 11:37

  • Pirate Bay founders appeal to EC to save them from Swedish justice

    It is famously a very oppressive place

    Media 21 11:51

  • Turing Machine brought to life with Lego

    Researchers put their Mindstorms to it

    Hardware 21 11:54

  • Campaign to reduce RIM jobs gets underway

    Push email folk to get the push from next week

    Financial News 21 12:55

  • The reseller lining in the SME security cloud

    Mining the threat landscape

    The Channel 21 13:23

  • Major London problem hits BT broadband across southeast

    'Turn it off and on again'. No, really

    Broadband 21 13:37

  • Vatican subtly shifts its position on The Blues Brothers

    No obvious signs of Templar involvement, however

    Bootnotes 21 13:51

  • Tech fault at RBS and Natwest freezes millions of UK bank balances

    No fix date available for devastated customers

    Financial News 21 14:16

  • Hungry Ian Smith eats another slice of Accumuli

    Security firm gets buy-and-build general

    The Channel 21 14:33

  • Sequoia: Can anyone learn to wield this mighty HPC weapon?

    Top500 co-founder Dr Jack Dongarra talks to the Reg

    HPC 21 15:00

  • Motorola demands 'excessive' Xbox royalties

    Microsoft rejects lawsuit settlement

    Hardware 21 15:23

  • Rare AutoCAD worm lifted blueprints from Peru, sent them to China

    Reverse engineering superseded by forward engineering

    Security 21 15:54

  • Red Hat pumps up Enterprise Linux to 6.3

    Get ready to become a digital numad

    Servers 21 15:57

  • European vote hammers another nail into ACTA's coffin

    Will no one rid us of this turbulent treaty?

    Law 21 17:15

  • AMD puts network, chip guru in charge of Opterons

    Server CTO departed last December

    Servers 21 18:53

  • NASA sniffs water ice on Moon – maybe

    Don't schedule that lunar hockey game just yet

    Science 21 19:26

  • Finnish PM rules out Nokia rescue package

    Local heroes must sink or swim

    Mobile 21 19:28

  • Twitter back online (mostly) after unexplained outage

    Thar blows the Fail Whale

    Media 21 20:58

  • Apple cops $AU2.5m fine for misleading consumers

    There’s eight minutes that Cupertino will never get back

    Law 21 21:55

  • NuStar spreads its arms out wide

    Long, strong mast ready for black holes

    Science 21 22:30

  • Google launches field force management tool

    "Coordinate" aims to extend maps dominance into businesses

    Networks 21 23:00

  • Apple flat-screen TV to ship by holiday season?

    Includes 'special' motion detection, 'unique' remote control

    Hardware 21 23:34

  • FCC boss applauds moves to block UN internet control

    ITU headman warns of trouble from 'credulous members of the public'

    Government 21 23:35