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2nd > May > 2012 Archive

Crocodoc tries to take bite out of Adobe dominance

Office and PDF viewer aims to assassinate Acrobat

Computer prices down 8.1% per year … since 1984

Computer and mobile phone now a “relative necessity” for Australian households

Mystery as Google offloads SketchUp 3D drawing tool

Spatial specialist Trimble partners with big G to keep SketchUp warehouse alive

Moon at annual perigee this weekend

No need to duck, panic, batten down for mega-tides

ARM creators Sophie Wilson and Steve Furber

Unsung Heroes of TechYour phone, your tablet - their chip tech

Chinese feel pressure to work longer hours

Ineffectual unions may mean Foxconn is the norm

UK plc 'needs a chief engineer' - also a chief social scientist

Plonk technical bods in Blighty's driving seat, say MPs

Hitachi GST to demo first 12Gbit/s SAS SSD

Doubles the speed limit

ICO mulls stiffer probe into Google Street View Wi-Fi slurp

Fresh revelations may pave way for some actual punishment

Teradata gobbles eCircle to biggen digi-marketing message blast

German data weapons will target customers ANYWHERE

Public sector exempted from swingeing Microsoft UK price hike

Redmond keen to avoid another Maude handbag

TLC flash gets tender loving care from DensBits boffinry

DSP claims to boost endurance to 10,000 erase cycles

Sony outs its first Ultrabook

Not its first slimline laptop

Speaking in Tech: What's a Klouchebag, is it anything like Apple?

PodcastTax dodges, EMC World and the Oracle v Google smackdown

REVEALED: Samsung Galaxy S III is a PHONE

Looks like one. Smells like one

'Oppressive' UK copyright law: More cobblers from IP quangos

AnalysisWrite out 100 times, this has nothing to do with consumer rights

Nokia's 41Mp cameraphone shoots towards retail

PureView to a thrill

Dinosaurs were DRAINED of blood by GIGANTIC HORROR FLEAS

Huge insect bites 'like having a hypodermic shoved in'

GCSE, A-level science exams ARE dumbed down - watchdog

Are tests too easy? A: Yes. B: Yes. C: All of the above.

Dell sneaks out Ivy Bridge special edition Inspirons

14- and 15-inchers

Systemax profits tumble as US punters keep wallets closed

Reseller giant's bottom line slides 48 per cent in Q1

Barnes & Noble plans instore NFC Nook-book bonk-buying

Can we expect a 'publish to Nook' button in Word?

Total War Battles: Shogun

iGamerPlay it again, Samurai

RIM shares take a bath after uninspiring BlackBerry 10 unwrap

Last Chance Saloon bouncers eye troubled Canadian drinker

Intel chums up with Huawei for Oriental style flexible 4G push

Eastern fancy for time-duplexing not so inscrutable

Black Ops II to take gamers to open worlds... and destroy them

Future Call of Duty to lose linearity

Rowdy clusters put to the grindstone by Grid Engine 8.1

Batch number-crunching in the trendy cloud era

Fanboys excited by ancient Google Qwerty Nexus plan

Keyboard smartphone a thing of the past

The Ethernet Alliance is thinking fast

Terabit speeds are round the corner

Facebook IPO: The date is set, Zuckerberg casts the dice at last

Ads and free content - you know you want more ... bitch

Microsoft's Twilio VoIP cloud deal buffs Apple and Amazon

Windows Azure climbs on shoulders of giants

Publishers' club lauds UK e-book sales surge

But Brits buying fewer books

HP elbows Apple off global PC throne

Just 40,000 sales separate tech titans in Q1

Kaspersky: Apple security is like Microsoft's in 2002

Get ready for the era of the sick Mac

Spotify dances onto iPad

Slatest hits

OCZ flexes its Flash guns, predicts further embulgement ahead

Bulked-up new kid barges onto the SSD biz block

Facebook button triggers tidal wave of human organs

We're all heart. And liver, kidneys, pancreas ...

Nokia cries patent 'Havoc!', unleashes dogs of law on two continents

HTC, RIM and Viewsonic face slavering Finnish pack

Google finally wins DoI cloud apps contract

Two years of battling against Redmond bears fruit

CPU and RAM hogs overstaying their welcome? Here's a fix

HPC BlogexLudus's Linux layer takes care of unwanted guests

VMware gussies up View and Horizon post-PC virty tools

Project Octopus file sharing goes beta

Apple blocking Dropbox SDK over in-app buying

Storm brews over cloud storage fine-print

Facebook unfriends 19-inch data center racks

Time for a new standard, says Open Compute

Optus hangs up on 750 staff

Creates new division for customer care, with less

NZ erupts over Dotcom corruption accusations

Megaupload millionaire’s political donations under scrutiny

In-house social media struggles in local government

Yammer stammers in Australia, as staff resist extra comms channel

Amazon Cloud Drive updates for Windows and Apple desktop

Playing catch-up in competitive cloud market

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