1st August 2012 Archive

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  • FDA clears edible medical sensor for human consumption

    System in a pill communicates via skin patch

    Science 01 Aug 00:07

  • Nexus Q preorders halted, price dropped to $0

    Google admits it's balls

    Media 01 Aug 00:14

  • Metronode opens eco-friendly data centre for Victoria

    Time to shut down old school bit barns

    Cloud 01 Aug 00:30

  • New version of Chrome can WATCH and LISTEN

    Google shows off new API by sending your face to London Science Museum

    Software 01 Aug 01:13

  • Apple foe Proview laughs off debts, ressurrects business

    IPAD trademark combatant wants to sell bio-energy

    Business 01 Aug 03:56

  • EMC, Lenovo, in servers alliance

    Iomega cut loose, Lenovo servers to power EMC arrays

    Servers 01 Aug 04:53

  • Submarine cable plan sinks without trace

    Pacific Fibre folds as funders flee

    Networks 01 Aug 05:40

  • Bribery claims call Chinese labour audits into question

    China Labor Watch tells Congress of "severe flaws"

    Business 01 Aug 06:29

  • The Dragon 32 is 30

    Fire starter

    Vintage 01 Aug 07:00

  • ROBOTS battle bunker-buster bank blast blaggers

    Down-under bomb robbers in Perth ATM explosion rampage

    Bootnotes 01 Aug 07:19

  • BT charged rivals 'unjustified' prices to use network – Appeals Court

    Competitors claimed the telco overcharged them, 'distorted' the market

    Broadband 01 Aug 07:38

  • Blighty's coolest mapper will flog its stuff to global buyers

    Ordnance Survey to take geographic data skills overseas

    Government 01 Aug 08:02

  • LOHAN breathes fire in REHAB

    Hypobaric rocket motor test an explosive success – finally

    SPB 01 Aug 08:32

  • Linux lessons for Hadoop doubters

    Before IBM there was Linus

    CIO 01 Aug 09:02

  • Systemax files $2.2m losses as US shoppers stay home

    Bullish outing in Europe can't save reseller giant's Q2 profit margins

    The Channel 01 Aug 09:18

  • Lords call for the end of TV transmissions

    Stream it over the net instead, says upper house

    Hardware 01 Aug 09:28

  • Rackspace wolfs down own OpenStack dog food

    Just nibbling on it before

    Servers 01 Aug 09:43

  • RBS must realise it's just an IT biz with a banking licence

    Expert drills into what it'll take to prevent another bank technology fiasco

    CIO 01 Aug 10:02

  • Now French watchdog wants to look at Google's slurped Wi-Fi data

    CNIL follows ICO in demanding to inspect info before it is destroyed

    Cloud 01 Aug 10:16

  • Beak explodes at Samsung's evidence leak in Apple patent spat

    Jury nobbling fears over banned slides

    Law 01 Aug 10:32

  • Murdoch's fondleslab epaper axes 50 staff

    First app-only news publication The Daily downsizes

    Media 01 Aug 10:48

  • Slim debut sales for fatter Nintendo 3DS

    Fewer than 10k XLs sold, hints market watcher

    Games 01 Aug 10:50

  • Dropbox blames staffer's password reuse for spam flood breach

    Stolen login led to hackers striking gold

    Security 01 Aug 11:03

  • Microsoft: MED-V won't help you escape WinXP end-of-life

    No extensions, no mercy... just migrate already

    Applications 01 Aug 11:32

  • Wintel takes kicking from Apple, market share at all-time low

    iPad whacks life out of PC founding fathers

    The Channel 01 Aug 11:44

  • Higgs boson chasers: Now only 1-in-300 MILLION chance we're wrong

    Yup, we're feeling lucky, say boffins in new findings

    Science 01 Aug 12:02

  • Google falls for Web2.0 smoke signals from Wildfire

    Snaps up start-up to dunk brands in even more social goo

    Media 01 Aug 12:28

  • Hulu, Apple TV deal sparks fanboi Glee glee

    If you're into that sort of thing

    Media 01 Aug 13:02

  • Smutty books strip Harry Potter of Amazon crown

    Readers no longer seeking a crafty wand?

    Tablets 01 Aug 13:42

  • SHEEP NEED TWITTER, insist my noble Lords

    Taxpayers should cough to get one's country place online

    Media 01 Aug 14:02

  • If Hotmail was a person it could have kids now. But it would be a crime

    Vast spam archive was only used for signups, shurely

    Applications 01 Aug 14:23

  • M.R. James, master of the ghost story, was born 150 years ago

    Oh whistle and I'll scare you to bits, my lad

    Hardware 01 Aug 14:26

  • Apple iPad fondlers are about to enter a THIRD DIMENSION

    A dimension not only of sight and sound but of Kinect

    Hardware 01 Aug 15:01

  • Juniper Network pushes button, exits two distributors

    Azlan and Computerlinks jettisoned

    The Channel 01 Aug 15:32

  • Lenovo iPad-smiting Windows 8 slate slips out

    Pen is to be used, not fingers

    Tablets 01 Aug 15:36

  • Commtouch gulps down Icelandic anti-virus pioneer FRISK

    The fresh minty taste of white-label security solutions

    Financial News 01 Aug 16:03

  • Lenovo: 'Us, buy Nokia? Surely you jest'

    Flushes flap about Finnish phone firm feast as fiction

    Financial News 01 Aug 16:22

  • Speaking in Tech: We grill EMC's Mr VMWare

    Virtual geek Chad Sakac talks SDNs, Oracle's Xsigo, CloudFoundry and more...

    Virtualization 01 Aug 17:05

  • Microsoft RTMs final Windows 8 and Server 2012 code

    Shuts the gate on final changes

    Windows 8 01 Aug 17:37

  • Outlook.com launch a gold rush for jokers, spammers

    'One million people' could be wrong

    Applications 01 Aug 21:36

  • AMD poaches Keller from Apple's mobile chip team

    A call to ARMs?

    Hardware 01 Aug 21:45

  • RMIT serves up video tagging at Olympics London sportfest

    Aus badminton team gets help with data swing

    Software 01 Aug 22:22

  • Nokia shutters Qt Brisbane office

    Linux exit takes its toll

    Business 01 Aug 22:25

  • AGIMO issues invitation to cloud party

    New guidelines and panel fling feds forward to the fluff

    Cloud 01 Aug 23:24

  • Judge: Oracle must remain on Itanic

    Upholds HP's breach of contract claim

    Servers 01 Aug 23:37