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28th > October > 2011 Archive

Murdoch’s Oz hacks to get special paywall discount

Get your News at half price

Catch of the Day on track for $AU250m

New group buying sites on way

Asia Pac networks filled with entertainment

Netflix still hogs US bandwidth

Hands on with Canon's EOS-1D X full-frame DSLR

First lookShooting star

Hackers commandeer US government satellites

Blame China

LSI snaps up flash controller company

Big news on the solid state front

We like zombies… because we are zombies

Social scientist sees humanity in their glazed, undead eyes

Details of all internet traffic should be logged – MEP

Politician claims data records will help ID paedos and predators

Surc universal remote case

Accessory of the WeekBest way to control your AV kit with your iPhone?

HP has another crack at fondleslab market

Meg strokes Windows 8, unsure about webOS

Ingram bemoans tough European retail market

Operational hitches in Oz don't help Q3 numbers either

Samsung making over half its cash from its mobes

Apple won't be ousting these guys without a serious fight

Nokia: The first year of the Elopcalypse

AnalysisTiming is everything

UK CB radio crowd celebrates three decades of legality

Thirty years since the bears stopped listening

'Social' TV app Zeebox goes live

iPlayer guru's next big thing

Zimbabwean claims prostitute turned into donkey

Novel excuse for making beast with six legs

Boss leaves robot in charge of office

Judge droid

'With great code comes great responsibility'

QuotWPlus: Jobs on acid, 'a million cocks' for El Reg

Feds nab granny in moon rock sting

74-year-old who tried to sell husband's pressie arrested

Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception

ReviewThird time lucky

Internap joins OpenStack cloud race for 'first'

Beefier, networkier, more availability

Server, disc glitches mar Battlefield 3 launch

War goes bang

Stallman: Did I say Jobs was evil? I meant really evil

Macs are pretty digital handcuffs

Boffins teach old radios new channel-hopping tricks

ITU Telecom WorldSmart comms for dumb tech

CTIA wins battle over cancer labelling on phones

San Francisco down, but not out

Quantum claws its way back to profit

Gets Standard & Poor upgrade...

Steve Jobs: the Exclusive Biography

ReviewA life less ordinary

Isilon on its separate scale-out reality

CommentWhy it's different from NetApp ...

SeeSaw shut down

Plug pulled

Nintendo reiterates plans for 2012 Wii U launch

No 3DS repeats, insists president

Acer first PC vendor to confirm price hike

Impact of Thai flooding on disk drives blamed

Safe as Windows: Smartphones' security nightmare

Open ... And ShutApple, Android and the PC experience

Dell bundles Ubuntu Linux on PCs in China

Hái méi for Ubuntu on PowerEdge servers

Demand for Ruby, Hadoop and HTML5 rockets, C devs still best paid

Silicon Roundabout is hiring

HP UK PC team baying for rivals' blood

Vendor back on the attack after landmark decision

NetApp scores video benchmark wins

But it's E-Series... not ONTAP 8.1

Fancy buying Brocade – again?

It's in play

RIM backdoor access for Indian probers

Mumbai centre up and running since earlier this year

ARM specs out first 64-bit RISC chips

Punching Intel, AMD in the server jewels from below

Apple shifts Lossless Audio Codec to open source

Audiophiles pleased at Cupertino’s belated move

Tesla pre-sells all 2012 Model S output

Don't worry – there'll be 20,000 more in 2013

Miley Cyrus cracker: 'I'm too short for the slammer!'

Looking to avoid painful stretch inside

Applied Micro leaps ahead in ARM server race

ARMed and extremely dangerous – to Intel, AMD

Google TV receives (much needed) upgrade

If at first you don't succeed...

Microsoft cuts Azure storage pricing

Shaves one cent per gigabyte, with volume discounts

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