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11th > June > 2012 Archive

CERN confirms neutrinos don't break light speed

Faulty fibres flamed for fatuous FTL finding

Japan still in love with the fax

Hi-tech nation of contradictions

India to greenlight state-sponsored cyber attacks

Gov agencies will get the nod

Telefonica steps back from China as debts mount

Reduces stake in China Unicom by half

All-flash IBM V7000 smashes Oracle/Sun ZFS box

SPC-1 benchmark

Europe crams ultra-fast 4G into tight spectrum crack

Outta the way 3G, the new kid is here

Students face off in Hamburg home-cooked cluster clash

HPC blogHell on the Elbe: You pick the winners at ISC’12

Habeas data: How to build an internet that forgets

CommentHoarders and hypesters don't want expiry dates on YOUR data

'That's a FUBAR train wreck waiting to happen'

QuotwPlus: 'It is fairly simple to stop HULK attacks'

Why MongoDB? It's the developers, stupid

Open ... and ShutSecond-hottest skill after HTML5

Microsoft 'mulled Nokia buyout, ran away screaming'

AnalysisWhy Windows 8 giant will wait for Finns to bleed some more

Silicon Valley Bank lures Brit startups with sacks of cash

Sci-tech fund pump opens Blighty branch

LG's quad-core Optimus tabphone powers into Europe

Pace and display

Intel rivals crash Hot Chips party with full-fat server silicon

Hey baby, wanna come upstairs and see my pipeline?

Smart meters are 'massive surveillance' tech - privacy supremo

Euro watchdog demands data law to protect punters

LG 47LM670T 47in passive 3D smart TV

ReviewFashionably thin

Asus-made Google pad set for June debut

All eyes on Google I/O

Brit judge orders Facebook to rip masks from anonymous cowards

Hey, real names are part of our culture ... bitch

Male, female Chinese 'nauts prep for trip to Heaven and back

'Genuine manned tool' readied for orbital coupling

Now TalkTalk cuts Brits' access to The Pirate Bay

Downloaders WalkWalk the plank

Facebook changes data-use policy despite 87% poll opposition

Our secret vote only drew 'unrepresentative' users

Passwords pillaged from League of Legends wand-strokers

Euro gamers' very private jewels sniffed by hackers

Serco gulps more gov contracts with VDS gobble

Job Centre, child maintenance deals in £55.5m buyout

Insider cuts into Apple, peels off Intel Mac OS X port secrets

Project Marklar was a one-man skunkworks

Belfast promises free city-wide Wi-Fi in cash grab hope

Given its website glitches, that public money couldn't come soon enough

Android activations near a million a day

Rubin rouses ahead of WWDC

Lamborghini drives Androids towards wealthy pockets

Richer gear

Google to axe Meebo apps on 11 July

Bites, chews, spits toolbar biz out

Microsoft assembles a private cloud so you don't have to

Trevor's infrastructure drill-down

'Zombie bullets' fly off US shelves after wave of undead attacks

Well, how else will you tackle a shuffling corpse horde?

Google co-founders face FTC antitrust grilling

Page and Brin have lawyered-up, claim sources

An early iPad adopter? You smut-ogling filth-gobbling perv!

Well, you like to fondle, don't you?

French writers say OUI! to Google's book-slurp deal

Beret-wearers will sell wafflings via web giant

Apple's online store goes offline

Major hardware announcements slated for Monday's WWDC keynote

AMD tiptoes past sparring rivals in embedded CPU foray

There's more to life than PCs and servers

Apple introduces 'next generation' MacBook Pro with retina display

What other company could sell a base model $2,199 laptop?

Windows is the OS of the cloud, says Microsoft

TechEdAims performance broadside at VMware

Linux Mint joins mini-PC hardware business

Smooth and ribbed minty boxes for your pleasure

Dell cranks vStart virty server stacks to 1000

UpdatedConverged blade data center for raw iron

Password flaw leaves MySQL, MariaDB open to brute force attack

Ubuntu, Fedora, and openSUSE versions vulnerable

Study fingers humans for ocean heat rise

‘No matter how you look at it, we did it’

iPhones, iPads to be FULL OF FACEBOOK and NOT GOOGLE

Mountain View 'dairy product' feels Cupertino lash

Money men want bombproof data centre on satellite site

Apollo radio site Jameson Earth Station slated for redevelopment by Oz company

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