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13th > July > 2012 Archive

Digg, deep in the hole, sells self for $500K

All that's left is to shovel in the dirt and plant the daisy

Christians get God-optimized 'Edifi' Android fondleslab

Holiest tablet since Moses was gifted by a burning bush

'Extreme' solar storm speeding straight towards Earth

Things could get interesting on Saturday

WikiWin: Icelandic court orders Visa to process WikiLeaks $$$

Financial ban lifted in Assange victory

FBI investigates ZTE cover-up allegations

Report claims ZTE sold illegal tech to Iran

Apple pulls China Japan war game amid diplomatic tensions

Chinese censors let Apple do the hard work

Sigma SD1 Merill 46Mp DSLR

ReviewCut-price, hi-res hot shot

Gambling site's 'no strings attached' offer had strings attached's 'free bet' ad was misleading – ASA

Apple, Google and Amazon sneakier than BANKERS and OIL FIRMS

Transparency survey fail for web stars

RIM boss accuses China of IP theft risk

We're steering clear of PRC, says Heins

London's Lambeth council vows: We'll share ALL the data we have

Not yours of course...

Phishers use less strident subject lines to deliver new cunning attacks

'SECURITY ALERT' wasn't: 'Statement available' is

Hams: We're good in a disaster – UK Radio Society boss

Bearded radio fans also NASA's go-to guys for controlling Mars rovers

UK's web super-snoop powers could be extended to councils

'We don't know what we don't know yet'

Another Microsoft Windows Phone exec legs it to Amazon

Is a Kindle-like phone in the works?

'O2 customers could try switching their phones off and on again'

QuotwPlus: MacBook Pros leak hazardous goo all over the place

Nvidia admits forums hacked, user data swiped

UpdatedGPU = Great Personal Upset?

How to fix the broken internet economy: START HERE

Special reportTech and copyright – it's time to work together

Seize your moment, Microsoft: iPad is RUBBISH for enterprise

Open ... and ShutRedmond's shortcomings could become assets in the post-PC era

Google makes money on Nexus 7... just

Cash for Flash

Google boss Larry Page debugged, voice still not fixed

Softly spoken super-nerd now EVEN QUIETER

O2 outage outrage blamed on new Ericsson database

Single point of access became single point of failure

Exit the Dragon: Barracuda Network CEO stands down

Security solutions firm might become bigger fish – Dean Drako

Tablets, copycats and Weird Al Yankovic

Something for the weekend, Sir?Samsung does a Ratner by proxy

Native Americans arrived to find natives already there, fossil poo shows

Ancient darts also found in possible prehistoric pub

Oiling the big wheels that keep the Paralympics moving

Bladerunner techs and wheelchair wizards gear up

Ex-EMC admin bod 'embezzled $220k on limos, hols, surgery'

HQ worker charged over expenses claims

Oracle UK boss ousted to channel after 'sales slump'

Callaghan job swap amid claims of missed targets

Fake sandwich shop's big fake Likes leave Facebook looking flaky

Lies, damn Likes and statistics

Small ISPs to Steelie Neelie: 'You've turned your back on us'

Euro commish changes tune over telco copper price spanking

The drive to zero: How to retain margin the race to the bottom

Resellers need to think on their feet

Metro, that ribbon, shared mailboxes: Has Microsoft lost the plot?

Sysadmin blogMore money for the same functionality

Computer-hack probe cops cuff suspect in Cardiff

Sixth arrest under Operation Tuleta

NVIDIA Developer Zone, user forums plundered in hack attack

Yarr! These passwords be salty but the rest be plain

Lenovo: Hey just relax, Gartner – we can flog this stuff

'We won't repeat Acer's 2011 mistakes'

Reg hack bumps into Cockfighter

Surprise encounter in Spanish petrol station

US county named 'area of outstanding natural stupidity'

Vulture Central honours trigger-happy Kitsap

Nasuni takes aim to kill off your ROBOadmin

Dead or alive, you're coming into the cloud with me

Microsoft to announce new Office version on Monday

Promises 'most transformational' release ever

Apple rejoins EPEAT green tech cert program

Says the standards weren't strict enough for it

Security fail for Apple as hacker cracks iOS in-app purchasing

Developers could be seriously out of pocket

Yahoo! fixes! password! leak! vulnerability!

Urges users to change their logins

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