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20th > June > 2012 Archive

Mellanox FDR InfiniBand pushes PCI-Express 3.0 to the limits

ISC 201210GE, 40GE can't keep up with IB

Australia sanguine on Assange-to-Ecuador, would fight US extradition

Reasons for Ecuadorian escapade emerge

Australian 4G spectrum sale to kick off in April 2013

700MHz and 2.5 GHz up for grabs

Phishing up, malware down, says Google

Big scary security numbers revealed, fresh from Chocolate Factory

Post-quake Japan warms to foreign tie-ups

BT sees huge opportunities in land of the rising sun

Hongers and Singers top for tablets

Asian cities show peerless penetration

Sony Xperia P mid-range Android

ReviewSmart enough for the money?

Japanese boffins plumb darknet for cyber attack alerts

DAEDALUS system monitors unused IP addresses

When buying an air ticket on your mobe - what makes you give up?

If you were Chinese, you would know

EU boffins ponder robot copters that carry people but no pilots

The problem's not flying cars, it's flying drivers

SolidFire gets out all-Flash carton of thin provisions

No need to boil an ocean to make a Cloud any more

You want the Cloud? You can't have proper copyright, then

And you so do want the Cloud. Apparently

Serco ate our IT supplier: Now what? – London boroughs

Council peeps get second set of corporate badges

Sun dying on its arse behind the Oracle walls

AnalysisLipsticked schweinhund looking poorly

Daisy Group plans to keep buying up biz, despite hole in purse

Made big losses for third consecutive year

EMC confesses burning Lustre lust

Offers all comers plenty of five-nine action

Does the existence of Facebook really merit a rewrite of data law?

CommentEU digital enlightenment types mesmerised by Zuck

Holographic storage: We're going to do it this time. No, really

'Hey, it's no slower than watching a vid on CNN'

Vendors have second stab at smart TV standard

Set to die screening?

CIOs should fear the IP police ... have your get-out-of-jail files ready

OpinionLet's hope nobody wins this, it's disaster either way

Reloaded Doom 3 shoots onto shelves this autumn

Big F**kin' Game?

Brit telco flagship BT joins blockade of Pirate Bay

ISP battle squadrons unlikely to end raiding, however

Ex-Soviet space gunboats to be FOUND ON MOON

Just £150m to join 2015 lunar invasion in 1970s ship

'Unbreakable' Samsung Galaxy Note II to take on iPhone 5

Harder, better, faster, stronger

ASA: Rooney tweet was advert, not written expression of his thoughts

Obviously nobody thought it could be, argues Nike

AWS adds Australian edge location

No word on local data centre as CloudFront and Route 53 gain Sydney address

Kodak says Apple patent moves prevent any end to its misery

Cupertino 'using its substantial cash position to delay'

Speedball 2 Brutal Deluxe

Antique Code ShowFoul play

William Shatner confirms Devon town actually prostitute free

'Sex for value' still happening, claims TJ Hooker

Assange's Ecuador asylum bid has violated £200k UK bail, say cops

Celeb chums rinsed of cash by diplomatic sofa stay

Chick-lit naughty girl MP Mensch starts own web-jabber service

Politishn's 'menshn' reaps exploshn of derishn

Flame was scout ahead of Stuxnet attack on Iran nukes - US spooks

Israel blamed for cyberweapons' escape into the wild

Microsoft Surface: Join the Windows 8 teardown

Live chatGood enough to touch? Readers had their say, LIVE, at 2pm

Magirus claims 'head start' from EMC on VSPEX private cloud

Have a feel of this healthy pipe, mid-market told

LCD TV shipments slip for FIRST TIME EVER

Industry in crisis?

World+Dog goes ape for smartphone cases, add-ons

$20bn industry? Madness!

IT pro or manager? Go East, young man. But don't expect servants

AnalysisPlenty of scope, but cushy ex-pat days are done

Mcafee gets fierce about resellers (but in a good way)

'We play nicely with all partners'

ISC cluster smackdown: Students whip out their tools

HPC blogWhite Intel bread with GPU sprinkles

ISC Klusterkamph: Meet the home squad, Team KIT

We take a peek at German students' packages

Student HPC whizzkids in unusual competition start

HPC blogBrief bit of shirt-lifting before mental engagement

US veterans Stony Brook face cluster compo crunch

HPC blogSeawolves: Our software just doesn't stack up...

Meet China's cluster Pop Idol winners, Team Tsinghua on video

HPC blogFirst of two ultra-competitive national teams

What do we know about GPUs? Tianhe-1A lives at our school

HPC blogChina's NUDT team brings hybrid power to Hamburg

Team America, take two: Meet Colorado's cluster kids

HPC blogHardened SC veterans need a dose of good luck

Speaking in Tech: NASA dumps OpenStack... for Amazon cloud

PodcastSorry guys, the Feds cut our budget

Ten... pieces of tat for Apple fanboys

Product round-upObsessive, or what?

Mounties, flics, cops snap on bracelets after Québec hacktivism

Allô, allô, allô - qu'est-ce que tout cela est, eh?

Adobe feeling drained by new model, but hopes things will improve

No going back to boxy bust'n'boom

Syrian rebels targeted using commercial Skype trojan

It's already encrypted, EFF warns dissidents

HP rolls up virty desktop system bundles for SMBs

Switch and router refresh for small fries

Storage company promises INFINITE IMMORTALITY

Your data shall be like unto the gods themselves

Microsoft's uncloaks Phone 8 developer preview

One Windows kernel to rule them all

Foxconn daddy: 'Don't buy Galaxy S III, wait for iPhone 5'

No love lost for 'snitching' Samsung

No cookie-cutter laws for Australia

EU cookies Directive not entirely ignored down Canberra way

Bromium twists chip virty circuits to secure PCs and servers

Trust nothing, protect the Byzantine general kernel

Pegatron named as Microsoft Surface fondleslab foundry

Low margins may annoy Redmond's partners

NBN Co preps revised access undertaking

New agreement expected by year-end

Red Hat hits the top and bottom numbers in fiscal Q1

Billings look a bit weak

Consumer Affairs Victoria drops App Store malware claim

Chatting to Apple to clarify things, so page comes down for now

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