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Infineon chipset may be cause of iPhone woes

Infineon chipset may be cause of iPhone woes

An analyst has stated that the cause of the unusually high number of dropped calls some Apple iPhone users are experiencing may be down to the phone’s Infineon chipset.
Aug 16 2008 1:17PM
Nasa may hitch a ride on Japanese spacecraft

Nasa may hitch a ride on Japanese spacecraft

Nasa is talking to Japan's space agency about using one of its spacecraft for servicing missions to the International Space Station, according to Japanese media reports.
Jul 22 2008 8:37AM
Oyster card hackers may have their research blocked

Oyster card hackers may have their research blocked

HMRC has radically improved its data security measures since the breach which caused it to lose 25 million child benefit records in October last year.
Jun 27 2008 10:25AM
Floods may encourage internet scams

Floods may encourage internet scams

The twisters and historic floods sweeping across the US will give rise to malicious attacks, the SANS Storm Center warned on Friday.
Jun 16 2008 9:41AM
Yahoo/Microsoft deal may be back on

Yahoo/Microsoft deal may be back on

The Yahoo/Microsoft merger may be back on after it emerged that billionaire investor Carl Icahn has taken a sizable shareholding in Yahoo..
May 15 2008 7:35AM
Windows XP update may hit Vista sales

Windows XP update may hit Vista sales

Microsoft will make its Service Pack 3 (SP3) update for Windows XP available for download today. The move may convince some firms that XP is still viable enough to let them skip Vista and hold out for its successor instead.
Apr 28 2008 11:58AM
Online security: "good enough" may not be good enough anymore

Online security: "good enough" may not be good enough anymore

What happens when "good enough" just isn't good enough anymore?
Apr 10 2008 4:10PM
Blogging may be bad for your health

Blogging may be bad for your health

Some of the blogging community are worried that blogging for a living could be bad for your health..
Apr 8 2008 3:33PM
Ukrainian hacker may get to keep profits

Ukrainian hacker may get to keep profits

A Ukrainian hacker may be allowed to keep over US$250,000 in profits owing to a loophole in US law..
Feb 19 2008 3:28PM
Apple’s Leopard may give it bite of business

Apple’s Leopard may give it bite of business

Apple has launched its latest Macintosh operating system (OS) and may have its best chance in over a decade to win business market share from Windows.
Oct 24 2007 7:35AM
Storm Worm may have blown itself out

Storm Worm may have blown itself out

A security researcher at the University of California says the Storm Worm could be coming to an end, based on his tracking data..
Oct 23 2007 3:26PM
Government hacker may avoid extradition to US

Government hacker may avoid extradition to US

Gary McKinnon, accused of hacking into US government computers, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage, can protest his extradition to America in Britain's highest court, a three-judge panel ruled today.
Oct 23 2007 10:48AM
Storm Worm may have blown itself out

Storm Worm may have blown itself out

A security researcher at the University of California says the Storm Worm could be coming to an end, based on his tracking data.
Oct 23 2007 6:53AM
SecureWorks: Storm worm may be for sale

SecureWorks: Storm worm may be for sale

The infamous storm worm trojan, which first hit inboxes in January, is poised to become a for-sale spam botnet system, complete with fast-flux DNS and hosting capabilities.
Oct 17 2007 10:07AM
RFID chips may cause cancer

RFID chips may cause cancer

RFID chips, which are currently being implanted in humans in some US states, have been shown to cause cancer in laboratory animals, according to reports in Associated Press.
Sep 13 2007 10:55AM
BBC may have to pay iPlayer royalties

BBC may have to pay iPlayer royalties

ISPs are in negotiations with the BBC over its iPlayer software and may ask the corporation for royalty fees to cover bandwidth use.
Aug 15 2007 12:12PM
65nm Xbox chips may curb heat problems

65nm Xbox chips may curb heat problems

A version of the Xbox 360 that uses 65-nanometre (nm) chips is rumoured to be in production and a 45nm model could follow, according to reports from a Singapore chip maker.
Aug 3 2007 2:38PM
Electrical fields may increase risk of infection

Electrical fields may increase risk of infection

Electrical fields generated by equipment such as computers could increase the risk of respiratory infection, according to a study by Imperial College.
Jul 30 2007 3:02PM
iPhone 'may never be secure'

iPhone 'may never be secure'

Apple's new iPhone may never be secure, according to an encryption expert who believes that the device is "too powerful".
Jul 19 2007 6:51AM
BBC may open source iPlayer

BBC may open source iPlayer

Because geeks need web telly too.
Jul 17 2007 1:49PM

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