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20th > March > 2012 Archive

Victorian Taxi Directorate exposes 400+ email addresses

Slaps head and promises to use CC: or BCC: next time

Facebook 'cloaking' flaw allows unexpected snooping

Eggheads label flaw a 'zero-day privacy loophole'

AMD aims lower with Opteron 3200s

Shooting down Xeon E3s for dedicated hosting

Spider venom to be tested for pesticide potential

Boffins want to create artificial spider peptides to eliminate crop-eating bugs

Asian online shopaholics to drive internet economies

UK still number one though...

Twisted Metal

ReviewCrash and burn

Fragmentation bomb wounds Android in developer war

Devs losing interest in the li'l green guy

UK drivers' privates fondled overseas in new outsource plan

Transport bosses mull granting access to sensitive data

Dot Hill dismounts NetApp, searches for new hard partners

Disk box biz suffers Q4 droop after contract exit

BBC iPlayer added to Xbox

Gesture at the telly

Oz billionaire says CIA backs Greenpeace

Anti-coal campaign apparently a cunning plot to help US miners

Blighty's 'leccy power plant reform deals gas a winning hand

Energy biz encouraged to splash cash, says gov

Tape eats dust of spinning rust, says object data biz

All except Hitachi Data Systems

Confirmed: iPad 3 runs hotter than iPad 2

Heat cam shows five-degree difference

The Register obtains covert snaps of Google's new London offices

ExclusiveLapdancing booths, Teletubbies-style roof garden and all

Now CHINA complains of surge in cyber-attacks

MASSIVE pot calls kettle black

Giant planet pileups in far-flung star systems: Computer says yes

Boffins crack stellar 'celebrity' migration riddle

Seagate strikes trillion bit HAMR blow

Trillion bits per square inch

New iPad sales hit 3 million in first 4 days

GLOWING DELUGE of fondleslabs poured upon happy shiny world

Blizzard ponders World of Warcraft for iPad

MMO to go mobile?

Mobile biz bigwigs crack heads over Wi-Fi roaming charges

The tech was trivial, now paying for it gets tough

Trial finds eight ways to defeat Google, PayPal and other SSOs

Multiple flaws in web service single sign-on

Symbian smacked by Windows Phone

Nokia deals the blow

Tiny pile of Windows 8 ARM slabs slated for October

This is only a test, people


Android App of the WeekGot music covered

GiffGaff gaffe charity spaff to quell miffed riffraff

Begging for forgiveness cheaper than building redundancy

Adobe can't penetrate punters' tight wallets: Users holding out for CS6

Sales at Digital Media unit down by $100m

Big Media drags 142,000 through UK's courts in a year

CommentAnd the strange hypocrisy of the BBC's rivals

WTF... should I pay to download BBC shows?

FeatureProject Barcelona peeves the freetards

US teens confess to 60-a-day texting FRENZY

SMS and IM are hot, phone calls and email are not

WD intros 'world's first' 2TB portable HDD


BT fibre-to-the-cabinet rollout penetrates 73 more exchanges

No pulsing optical light to shine on premises this time

Braben sticks knife into secondhand games market

'It's killing single-player titles'

Russian cops cuff 8 in Carberp Trojan case

Alleged to be millionaire phishing gang

Horny VIKING MICE raped and pillaged Euro pipsqueaks

Tiny raiders revelled in 10th century rampages

Integrator Tieto slashing 1,300 jobs

Plans to save €50m to compete with services rivals

Xoreax grids up Windows to goose apps


LightSquared hits FCC right where it hurts

Offers let-out clause, but it won't be easy

French data watchdog bends Google over for rigorous frisking

CNIL demands answers to 69 questions on privacy

Only Amazon Kindle Fire can grab share from Apple's iPad

Battle of the A brands to heat up UK slab space

Bankrupt DRAMurai survivor seeks cash-laden Samsung rival

Elpida fab and tech could help bidder crush Korean firm – report

Report: Feeble spam filters catch less junk mail

Weaker products or EVIL GENIUS malware-flingers?

Foxconn is world's 10th biggest employer: 1.2 MILLION on payroll

iPad-maker's worker ants still outnumbered by NHS at 1.7m

Supercomputers sold like hotcakes in 2011

Shoppers waffle on smaller HPC systems

Verizon unveils offspring surveillance service

Don't trust your kids? Track 'em down with Family Locator

Avere attacks filer VDI boot slowdown

Boot storm delay goes away

Symantec buys mobile app management firm

Plans to hoover up BYOD bucks

Big data enters open-source hype cycle

Open ... and ShutRiches for some, mostly not VCs

Microsoft fires Bing execs after biz probe

Duo downed for 'mismanagement of assets'

EMC-Isilon swallows software storage firm Likewise

Hot little NAS-enabler

Google cools data center with bathtubs, dishwashers

No, not toilets or urinals – yet

EMC wants to be the Linux of big data

Opens up Chorus tool, borgs agile coders Pivotal Labs

Testicle-boiling new iPad ignites fanboi fury

US watchdog backs 116°F sizzling slab outrage

TPG surges, plots IPTV future

Riding high on rush to bundles

Fruit Ninja bites into multi-platform games tech

Oz developer behind Fruit Ninja acquires Spanish C++-to-lotsa-platforms tool Mandreel

Elsevier's backpedalling not stopping scientist strike

What do we want? Open science access

HP poised to merge printer, PC divisions?

Whitman fires up blender, sharpens axe

Hong Kong scientists claim 'self-charging' graphene battery

Can you harvest energy from the environment?

Oracle systems group slammed again in Q3

Engineered systems will start to fill gaps soon

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