nav search
Data Centre Software Security DevOps Business Personal Tech Science Emergent Tech Bootnotes

29th > February > 2012 Archive

Government, business, military are internet security threats

RSA 2012Security guru tells industry to suit up for battle

Interpol attacks hacks

Operation Unmask in Anonymous faceoff

Marriot International trashes telepresence rooms

Cisco kit goes out the window

Moore's Law leaves mobile networks ripe for attack

RSA 2012Corrupt telcos also to blame

Apple snags blockbuster multi-touch patent

Line up for licensing, world+dog?

Raspberry Pi signs big-name sellers

RS Components, Element 14 to offer programming computer

Faster mobile data: the road to 4G

FeatureBetter LTE than never

Dell has rapier-thin blade server in the works

En garde!

New tool turns any marketing wonk into a mobile app whiz

MWC 2012FrontPage-like drag-n-drop software development

Nepal asks for a leg-up to nail Everest's height

Appeal for foreign help probably not directed at China

Microsoft tripped up by Blighty's techie skills gap

Unis not working hard enough to please us, says UK chief

From server to end user: What's coming up for NFS?

Deep DiveBig changes: Hole-punching and application data blocks

Apple assesses 14in Air for Asia

Mid-size MacBook mooted

France: All your books are belong to us

Pirate Party, Free Software bods, authors in IP land-grab fight

Trusted computing: It's BACK, and already in a pocket near you

MWCThat bulge could be SOMEONE ELSE's tool

Brazilian shave costs Tech Data as profits cut by third

Latin America exit, lay offs dent flat Q4 sales

Sony shifts more than a million PS Vitas

Can it maintain the pace?

Microsoft's Azure cloud down and out for 8 hours

Updated'Cert issue' crashes Windows cloudy platform's service management

Court wonk tweets Apple's IPAD appeal showdown with Proview

See Apple's hearing in blow-by-blow detail

How big telcos can repel the Valley's OTT insurgents

Part twoAnd why they probably shouldn't try

RIM PlayBook price cut specials become standard

New low price... for now?

Ancient Iceman murder victim was lactose-intolerant, sickly

5,000-year-old corpse shows Oetzi might have pegged soon anyway

HP culls nearly half remaining webOS team

275 engineers not required in move to open source

Toshiba swaps flood-soaked Thai plant for WD disk biz

Will that make the European Commission happy?

Tomorrow's smartphone tech today

FeatureLook what's coming to mobiles in 2012

Better Capital's m-hance coughs £6.8m for Maxima units

Troubled MSP losses widen as restructure starts

UK Broadband flicks switch on Blighty's first 4G network

MWC 2012But this is not the 4G you were hoping for

Microsoft demos 3D desktop with transparent OLED

Reach 'round and move me

Hands on with the Sony Xperia S, P and U

First lookSexy: the NXT generation

IBM layoffs now top 1,200

Most of the cuts in the US and Canada

Tory minister: Let's exploit our rich resource of mud, er, wind

Energy MP's hot air is no good for economy nor environment

GPS glitch leads perp-pursuing cops to wrong house

Stolen iPhone elsewhere

Google tramples over Euro data protection law – French watchdog

37 US attorneys general also 'troubled' by personal info being 'held hostage'

Game turns back on Mass Effect 3

EA herds Shepherd elsewhere

US gov IT services vendor swallows HBGary

ManTech wants to penetrate deeper into cyber-security market

Systemax suffers sales shrinkage in Q4

B2B sunshine fails to thaw consumer spending freeze

CBOSS puts out operator bait: Dinner date with 'booth babe'

MWC 2012Fancy a bit of deep packet inspection, guv?

Yahoo! scared! of! dot! brand! squatters!

But nobody else is

iPad 3 launch news pushes Apple shares to $500bn high

Cook likely to shake out $7bn to the shareholders

Qualcomm poised to zap wireless charging rival into dust

MWC 2012WiPower and Qi in battle for the batteries

Stop snubbing top scientists' advice, Lords tell MPs

Dossier of gov's dodgy decisions reveals sidelined advisers

Hacking scandal: James Murdoch quits UK newspaper biz

NYC-based son of Rupert flees News International

Wireless operators to become less, er, wireless

MWC 2012You just can't beat copper

iPhone photo-slurping loophole sparks app privacy fears

Contact lists, pics, vids ... what else can devs grab?

Ellison's Oracle cloud lives as hype winds down

Oracle Cloud ConferenceA slow conversion better than no conversion

Irish ISPs urged to fit child porn filters

Net biz accused of caring about copyright more than kids

G-Cloud guru slaps down Cloud Store critics

You gotta have (NSIT) standards...

Riot police encircle Mobile World Congress

MWC 2012The natives are getting restless

Powerful, wallet-sized Raspberry Pi computer sells out in SECONDS

Tiny Brit wonder hardly even touched the shelves

Kinect gets white makeover for latest Xbox bundle

Pallid package

Microsoft drops 'risky' Windows 8 preview on World

Metro-lovers to rub themselves into 'fast, fluid' frenzy?

VMware mashes up Hadoop with Spring

Corralling that big data elephant inside a framework

Inside Eric Schmidt's brain: Holodecks, robo-cars and jail bandwidth

MWC 2012Censorship, regulation also on Google kingpin's mind

India splurges £100m on new mega internet snooping HQ

UpdatedAll tweets, emails, and status updates are belong to them

Thai floods float Seagate to top of hard drive biz

Western Digital submerged, gurgling

Millions of China's tweeters 'silenced by real names decree'

State's new web rule will hit popular Sina Weibo

'Kill yourself now' - Torvalds throws openSUSE security tantrum

Root password protocol 'mentally diseased'

IBM peddles used servers, PCs in China

A market economy matures

Aussie soldiers let rip on Facebook

Women, Muslims the fave targets

Dotcom bail survives appeal, extradition hearing in August

Megaupload kingpin seeks $NZ220k per month expenses

Antimatter asymmetry: new results bring solution closer

Fermilab physicists’ fingers crossed

Oz deal site admits e-book piracy snafu

Cudo loses kudos

Intel VC funds ultimate mobile device

Jump in my car

AMD snaps up server upstart SeaMicro

Jumpstarting a cloudy server biz with an interconnect

NASA snaps show Arctic melt

Oldest ice disappears faster

The Register - Independent news and views for the tech community. Part of Situation Publishing