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10th > April > 2012 Archive

Chinese military contractor hits back at hacktivist Hardcore Charlie

Allegations the firm was hacked are "groundless"

Intel introduces 'Ivy Bridge'–ready chipsets

Four USB 3.0 ports, no waiting

CSIRO patent-trolls ALL OF AMERICA!

Evil Aussie tax on Wi-Fi

US government service improves after virus takes out email

Customers enjoy return to human contact after malware attack

Halfbrick links with GetJar

Fruit Ninjas get virtual dosh

Dark matter hits you once a minute

We all get whacked by WIMPs

Culture jammers connect Lego clones with 3D printer files

"Reverse engineering as a civic activity"

Foxtel gets foxed by ACCC

Green light for Austar merger, red light for IPTV

HTC struggling as profits drop 70 per cent

Taiwanese handset maker crosses fingers for One series

HP opens up public cloud beta in May

Cooks up block storage, database clouds

HotLink's SuperVisor hooks deeper into VMware

vCenter bosses around Xen, KVM, and Hyper-V

China sets up association to handle rare earth disputes

Minerals have become a big deal to tech industry

Ten... Living Room Gadget Treats

Gizmo WeekFor laddies who lounge

India gobbling up chips to the tune of £5.8 BILLION

Mobile, LCD TV and PC production fuelling demand

Amplidata smashes the object pedal against the metal

Feel those IOPS blow your girlfriend's headscarf off

Facebook's facial recog bots can't eat your face without your say-so

EU watchdog: Software must obtain consent to process your image

TITANIC 'UNLIKELY' TO SINK AGAIN, says prof - apparently

Science PRs plumb new depths as centenary approaches

Forensic snoops: It doesn't take a Genius to break into an iPhone

AnalysisCop tools easily bypass 4-digit passcodes

Councils get online arsenal to battle billion-pound bloodsuckers

All hands to repel freeloaders

Toshiba to demo vid streaming without any work by the CPU

Mighty card 'can replace two dedicated servers'

Sony 2011 losses are TWICE as bad as expected

US gov squeezing its assets firmly

RIM: BlackBerry sales to US gov still on the rise

We're still best at being boring

Sony waves hello to Vaio lappy with gesture control

Swipe your screen

Whisky IN SPAAAAACE: Zero-G Scotch is matured aboard the ISS

Up, up and Islay – how space research benefits humanity

Renault Twizy budget e-car

First LookGet your knickers in a Twizy

Anonymous plans DDoS attack on GCHQ in snoop law protest

AnalysisHacktivists hard at work as Home Office site staggers back online

TED

Android App of the WeekMental giants toss their orbs... on vid

Learn everything you need to know about System Center 2012

Relax with the MVA videos

Google answers less than half of watchdog's privacy tweak questions

What was that? We didn't hear you...

Microsoft-Accenture venture to fluff Azure clouds

Hope finally floats for Redmond

Cisco and NetApp to fling cheaper mini FlexPods at small biz bods

Bolt-N-buy blockening

Iran's plan to UNPLUG the INTERWEBS back from the dead

AnalysisBut web free of smut (and dissent) is probably just a pipe dream

Mega-star HD 10180 could have more planets than the Sun

Rock star just 127 light years away has bigger entourage, says boffin

UK retailers start taking Nokia Lumia 900 orders

Windows of opportunity

EMC VSPEX storage torpedo could sink FlexPods

CommentTop-secret kit rumoured to be aiming to unseat Cisco offering

Toshiba prices up 13in monster tablet

Fresh 7- and 10-inchers too

Nationwide Building Society website goes on the blink

Customers suffering intermittent access

Lenovo readies Yoga Ultrabook-cum-tablet for Blighty

Windows 8 wonder priced up

Sharp bags partners for LCD biz, forecasts bigger loss for 2011

May be handing over control of loss-making display plant

Big Four US carriers vow to switch off stolen smartphones

Operators team up with FCC to draw up stolen smartmobe blacklist

Citrix kicks down door, breaks up OpenStack cloud party

Open ... and ShutCloudStack's anti-Amazon, Rackspace-free Apache play

Shuttle Discovery to buzz Washington DC at 1,500 feet

UpdatedFarewell flyover scheduled for next Tuesday

Woz warns that patent palaver will stifle startups

Still unsure about Tim Cook's reign

Oracle forges Xeon E5 racks and blades

Larry don't need no stinkin' microservers

OnLive goes legit with licensing downshift for virtual Windows

UpdatedMicrosoft investigating VDI licensing

Wellcome Trust backs boffins in open publishing row

With a sting in the tail

Matt Groening reveals location of Simpsons' Springfield

Mmmmmmmm ... actual place

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