7th > December > 2011 Archive
Say farewell to some Cluster 3.3 features
Goes live in February, suggesting 2012 OS launch
Stoner maintains NSW gov digital hub focus
ReviewSpeedier solid-state storage for your MacBook Air
Earth Goddess requires sacrifices
High availability flash array here at last
Plasma storms 'sandblast' decatonnes of lunar dirt into space
Ruling party staffer accused of disrupting Seoul mayoral by-election
HMRC and DWP ink deal with agency to detect tax and benefits cheats
Antique Code ShowCutesy-cutesy
'Patent Box' is strong incentive for UK companies to develop IP
Nand shrinks: 20nm and counting
All your brollies, data sticks and lost scarves are belong to us...
BBX trademark already belonged to US software company
Don't flash your wares online, advises Sao Paulo cop
Vulnerable child's data sent to same stranger who received the last breach...
NASA spacecraft finds complex rock formations
Kesa looks forward to offloading ailing retailer
Too many boobs in e-coupon site's basket
Originator of original government apology petition describes move as a 'mistake'
Hollywood star - glued to word game - gets marching orders
Kiwis first to SHARE their story with the WORLD
Hits 40,986 metres, then invades Belgium
Sets sights on ultrabooks...
Sprinter uses auction to get sponsors for London Olympics
Rumours of Higgs sightings precede latest results seminar
Gotta be PCIe and not SAS or SATA
Roots you, sir
Dusty fossil of horny Canadian beast
No joy from Santa, then
Watchdog: Negative comments are also 'useful'
Sysadmin blogExternal audits fix issues you didn't know were there
CEO's verdict on OS' future due next week
Gmail showed her having extramarital affair
Insists still committed to tablets
Channel assault on corporates
Western Europe hits new low
Well there’s nowt else to do in Scunny
Content creation hub set for March launch
SuVolta to Intel: 'The future is the $10 chip, not the $200 chip'
E-tailing could be the postmasters best friend
Throw this shrimp on the barbie
TerraPower plans new form of low-risk nuclear reactor
Security, privacy and trust should be standardized