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19th > October > 2011 Archive

NSA whistleblower details intelligence cock-ups

Web 2.0 Summit'Government and companies routinely abuse data privacy'

As US sinks, Apple sees a glorious future in China

Juiced by the Middle Kingdom's burgeoning middle class

Cisco girds Nexus switches for data center battle

10GE and 40GE artillery

Oracle updates Java to stop SSL-chewing BEAST

Framework declared safe for Firefox

Solar Challenge leaders whizz towards Adelaide

WSCChequered flag almost in sight

Ballmer disses Android as cheap and complex

Web 2.0 SummitReckons Windows 8 can beat iPhone’s popularity

Philips Fidelio DS9

ReviewDock de luxe?

Report: Hacking forum is a cybercrime academy

Learn skills, buy Trojans, make new mates

'Mental act' computerisations no longer automatically unpatentable

IPO changes tack on software-implemented inventions

Samsung, Google whip out Android 4.0 Nexus

Ice Cream Sarnie smartphone launched

HP boasts of 3PAR benchmark boost

Says it has doubled customer base since last year's acquisition

Another World 20th Anniversary Edition

iGamerPoly gone?

Currys, PC World websites slated by punters

Customers irate over price, delivery and usability

Sony names PlayStation Vita release day

Sony fanboys to start queueing now?

Yahoo! revenue! AND! profits! bomb! as! expected!

Empty CEO seat has whoopee cushion appeal

Groupon IPO could be as soon as Monday

Oft-rumoured coming out party could kick off next week

Nipples and teen lesbians sexy even when ironic, ASA rules

But regulator says Duke Nukem ad violence OK

Lenovo aims to seize PC crown within 3 years

Acer and Dell heads already scalped, HP is next target

Alcatel-Lucent hacks off an arm for $1.5bn

Genesys and its 1,800 staff get new owner

Dell Vostro V131 13.3in Core i5 notebook

ReviewLooks the business?

ASA upholds complaint against 'best gaming' Virgin ads

Too much jitter for claimed low lag

Debt collectors warned off pursuing punters on Facebook

OFT will bitchslap agencies who send heavies onto social networks

BSkyB earns more dosh out of fewer new punters


Zend floats PHP cloud development platform

Elastic AppFabric

Leaked Intel roadmap reveals PCIe flash kit

How the stats measure up

Vegas man begs web for $1m to fix gigantic scrotum

'A huge watermelon encased in a bandage'

TfL wheels out digital bus info upgrade

Countdown II embraces API-hungry developer masses

Trusteer scraps with analysts over 'bank security bypass'

Building a good Rapport

RIM lifts skirt, flashes 'new' OS at devs

QNX rebranded BlackBerry BBX

ITU heralds ultra-high def TV progress

Even though 8K x 4K telly is ten years off

Telefonica, Verizon ready VMware schizophones

VMworld EuropePersona Android Grata

Mystery over bogus Facebook login data dump

Smells phishy...

UK has enough sheep shearers, needs more coders

Immigration wonks eye up job shortages

Reseller loses veteran chairman and CEO in shake-up

Maxima to unload biz units, issue shares

Motorola sharpens smartphones with revamped Razr

Thinner, stronger, faster, smarter

Libel reform vows to slay anonymous trolls

Single complaint could take down a post

Trojan targets Mac's built-in security defences

Malware takes a bite out of Apple's OS X

Samsung Android 4.0 smartphone priced for Blighty

Galaxy Nexus heads north of iPhone 4S

HP assembles specialist storage sales squad

3PAR sees triple-digit growth

Domain registry touts dot-surnames for $500k

Coming in 2013: Paris.hilton?

Would you go to Facebook for mobile tech support?

Telco offered integration with Zuckerberg's Reservation

AMD taps Papermaster as CTO

No stranger to controversy

Viacom appeals dismissal of $1bn YouTube lawsuit

Video site dragged back into court

Cassandra database now ready for mere mortals

If it's good enough for Facebook, it's good enough for you

Juniper profits get a haircut in Q3

Hits sales targets, thanks to switches

Apotheker right hand man Wohl exits HP

Waves goodbye via Twitter

New RAM shunts data into flash in power cuts

No batteries needed

Holographic storage biz files for Chapter 11

InPhase unfazed, may rise again

Google adds default end-to-end encryption to search

SSL omissions of Yahoo and Bing remain

Fund manager withdraws legal threat over security vuln

Sanity prevails

Google Analytics goes with the flow

Web 2.0 SummitNew visualization tools for web site operators

Trade Me set for end of year float

$NZ300m under Fairfax’s Xmas tree?

MC Hammer getting into search business

Web 2.0 SummitPlease, Hammer, don’t hurt Google

Irish DPC to investigate Facebook

More information than they need

IBM fails to keep Oz harassment case under wraps

Squalid tale to play out in public

Google planning major upgrades to Google+ ‘within days’

Web 2.0 SummitSergey slams Ballmer for Google Apps claims

NextIO punts I/O virtualizing Maestro

Put 'em in the rack and lash those servers into submission

Talking virtualization with a FlexPod user

Fast deployment the mantra for Mantra

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