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26th > June > 2012 Archive

Enterprises clueless about network usage: IBM

Social media, apps create security time-bombs

NEC escapes after 10 BILLION YEN tax conundrum

Tokyo taxman accuses firm of hiding income

Western Digital My Book Thunderbolt Duo

ReviewA Mac's best friend?

Low-cost Aakash tablet scheme is back on track

Smarter, better, faster, stronger

Report: EMC walks away with dedupe appliance market

Pathetic rivals handed it the world on a, erm, platter

NetApp: Steenkin' benchmarks – we're quicker than 3PAR

Unless it is your goal just to run benchmarks of course

Group launches to promote iOS for business

All aboard the Apple love train

Net publishing happens in the server AND the eyeball, says EU Bot

Ambiguity rips up the very fabric of time and space

Lithe British youngsters prioritise fun over privacy and security

Merrily allow themselves to be slurped and probed

Cabinet Office pilots sales website for small IT suppliers

Pops open tiny bunghole for SME access to porkbarrel

Bonking for money to be built into the next iPhone

Just rub it against the sweet spot to get what you want

Apple, Penguin, Macmillan to face feds in court - next year

G-men want more time to probe Fruitbook affair

Google orders spontaneous support for Parliamentary motion

ExclusiveWe need other people's stuff to run ads by

Tape so does not suck, insists EMC

Blocks and FilesIt totally rocks, like Engelbert Humperdinck

Even Apples sometimes have worms in them, admits Cupertino

Sinful humans can drag down even angelic Macs

TechRadar shuts down forums after user database hacked

Emails, DoBs and passwords stolen from UK tech site

Sheryl Sandberg finally adds woman's touch to Facebook board

She makes us get bigger ... bitch

DDR 4 sets the pace for fast memory

Extreme HardwareRamping up the Ram

Ofcom: Here come the UK online copyright rules ... in 2015. Maybe

Bloke who nicked your stuff might be unmasked then

Ford touts tech to bottle up traffic jams

Caveat: requires perfectly marked, cyclist-free roads

Microsoft's Surface plan means the world belongs to Android now

Open ... and ShutNot everybody's a fanboi or a Microtard


Android App of the WeekCombining clouds

Facebook replaces non-Facebook mail addresses on Timeline

We're big in mail the way Google+ is big in social! Bitch

Apple will only reinstate mute kids' app if makers win patent case

Cupertino: 'We ALWAYS pull apps from Store during legal battles'

'Inexperienced' RBS tech operative's blunder led to banking meltdown

ExclusiveHyderabad job ad shows outsourcing in CA-7 team

US trade body to 'revisit' Motorola's sole patent win over Apple

Commission must eye initial ruling, decide whether to BAN iPHONE in USA

MI5 boss: Cyber spies, web-enabled crooks threaten UK economy

Security Service head warns of organised hacker peril

Wheezing Guardian flogs radio biz for quick cash

Rumoured spelling errors on paperwork could delay deal

Chess algorithm written by Alan Turing goes up against Kasparov

Performs exactly the way a real human would

Anxiety grips HP as new EMEA chief comes aboard from Nokia

Atmos was much worse at my old job

Microsoft: no plans to make own phones

Happy with Nokia and co.

Russian K-force operatives cuff suspected Carberp trojan bank raider

Nobody steals from the Rodina, citizen

Nokia details 808 Pureview release

41Mp camera-phone Blighty bound

BioWare gives fans new Mass Effect 3 ending

Extended explanation available now

Acer bigwig sees gloomy future for Ultrabooks in Europe

These people just aren't ready to take a 13-incher

Red Hat shifts PaaS cloud into production gear

OpenShift morphs into FreeShift, MegaShift, and PetaShift

Cliqr control freaks apps across many clouds

Google I Owe – and Foundation Capital, too

Telstra’s filter supplier also blocks for Qatar, Yemen, UAE

Updated: Telstra Responds, stops collectionThe company you keep

Apple users get pricier hotel options from Orbitz

Booking site offers PC users cheaper choices

Hotelier faces FTC data breach lawsuit

Agency claims Wyndam’s security inadequate, credit card info sent to Russia

Super Micro fattens up Xeon E5 nodes with FatTwins

Crammed with fat memory or fat disk – you pick

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