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10th > July > 2012 Archive

Facebook App Center goes global

Translating the apps will be the hard part

Apple unveils tightened Mountain Lion requirements

Learn if your Mac can tame Cupertino's next big cat

Pandora plays beta beats downunder

The box re-opens for mobile music wars

ACTA can't get its act together

Colder feet for Aussies and Kiwis

Anonymous hack hands WikiLeaks TWO MILLION Syrian emails

Hacktivists and whistle-blowers turn ire on Assad regime

Chinese smartphone shipments outstripping feature phones

All aboard the mobile internet

Apple boss Cook may have stumped up $60m IPAD pay-out

Proview claims Cook wanted to take responsibility

Museum of Computing recognised as PROPER MUSEUM

So IT really is old fashioned and boring now

Being a skinny is much more unhealthy than being fat – new study

Maybe you can't be too rich – but you can be too thin

KIT drives off with memory win: 1-bit-per-MOLECULE storage

Does with 51 atoms what a hard disc does with 3 million

Cerner questions Epic win for Cambridge patient records

Short-listed supplier queries NHS trust over procurement process

Gov: How can renewable power peddlers take on UK's Big 6?

Seeks views on access to electricity market for little green energy firms

Atos IT workers threaten strike during Olympics over 'living wage'

Union: Games sponsor 'makes millions on the backs of its low-paid staff'

EMC unveils new Networker tool, thrusts it into clouds

Faster and more scalable

How to screw LIBOR and alienate people

Dominic Connor presents another tutorial in Rogue Trading

50 years in SPAAAAACE: Telstar celebrates half-century since launch

VidWorld's first active comms satellite stopped bouncing signals in'63

Google Nexus 7 Android tablet

ReviewStonkingly good seven incher

Google expected to cough measly $22.5m for Safari privacy gaffe

Report: Choc Factory close to settling with FTC over fanboi-tracking blunder

Level 3's UPS burnout sends websites down in flames

London data centre hit by 3.35am scorcher

Quantum just can't seal the deals, slides deeper into red

Hard drive biz hits another bad block

Salesforce goes titsup, causes CRM outages worldwide

Seven instances go down, knocking customers offline

Google fattens up Android devs with Jelly Bean sauce

Mmm.. buttery

Ballmer plays down sales impact of Surface

'Just a design point ... may sell a few million'

Beyond MapReduce: Hadoop hangs on

Open ... and ShutTooling up

RIM: Maybe we can't flog BlackBerrys, but would you like a jet?

Embattled execs may have to share just one plane

WD: HDD prices won't fall to pre-flood levels until 2013

Biz, consumers still footing bill after Thai production went underwater

LCD to have killed all* other TV technologies by 2016

*OLED excepted (if it's accepted)

Phishers jailed for lifting over £300k from student loan applicants

Met: Fraudsters' email scam pulled in bank details

Bondholders: US firm's 'rescue' offer for Elpida is CHEAP

Micron's not paying enough ... see you in court

Sharp bungs Dell and pals $198m to silence TFT price-fix spat

That'll be one amazing expenses claim

Cut'n'paste UK launch for cut-price Motorola Android

Company 'droids speak identical lines

Finnish boffins don tinfoil hats, admit Northern Lights are noisy

Aurora borealis makes a 'clapping sound', claim researchers

Microsoft to lob out Windows Server 2012 by September

WPC 2012VMware v Redmond: Now it's personal

Cabinet Office names bean counter as chief buyer

Former Accenture man Crothers as chief procurement officer

Anonymous vows to wipe web clean of child abuse scum

'For the good of mankind, and for our own enjoyment'

VMware weaves Oracle databases into vFabric Data Director

Leisure Suite Larry

Aluratek, Coby license Microsoft patents for Android

Device makers join majority of Android vendors in paying tribute to Redmond

Intel pops $4.1bn to save Moore's Law from repeal

'Shoots first' in deal with wafer-baker equipment-maker ASML

DarkComet creator kills Trojan tool after Syrian police abuse

UpdatedRAT's all folks

Racketeering suit filed over smut-piracy charges

Woman fights back against grumble-flicker's 'extortion'

Megaupload's founder downloads on Hollywood

Extradition hearing delayed till March

Nutter bans Apple purchases over environmental fudging

San Francisco government says Apple not green enough

Websense boosts defenses against spear-phishing, data theft

Also improves email security

Quanta taps Mellanox for snappy interconnects

Storming America with whitebox servers

Oz asteroid-hunt at risk as NASA cuts funding

ANU offers only interim fix: report

Geek darling GitHub nabs $100m investment

Wants to become the Facebook for software developers

Smartphone-wielding Obamaniacs trounce Romney in poll

If only iPhone and Android users could vote, November 6 would be a rout

Stealthy Big Switch plugs into OpenStack clouds

Floodlight OpenFlow control-freaks virty networks

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