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16th > July > 2012 Archive

Boffins build eye-controlled interface out of game-console cams

£40 device lets you play Pong just by looking at it

Apple Store staircase flagged as Peeping Tom black spot

Hong Kong ladies told to beware covert up-skirt shots

India preps craft for first mission to Mars

Launch date expected in November 2013

Will the titans of storage decide to flash their bits?

What religion do you suppose the Pope is

Spotify coining it at home in Sweden: But are artists getting any?

Counting out the royalties with sticky fingers

Ex-Google Books man hired to drive private MOON BUS

Jimi Crawford snapped up by Moon Express

IBM's new Power7+ hotness - we peek through the veil

AnalysisSaucy internet pictures reveal Big Blue secrets

Vodafone jumps into bed with Three in Ireland

Pair get a little place in Dublin

Prince Charles whips out jumbo red ball for Blighty's code-breakers

Unglamorous sloggers of yesteryear earn binary-encoded royal stone

Ex-gov man McCluggage on G-Cloud's slow descent

Cabinet minister says 'privacy' no excuse on Open Data

US Energy dept starts handing out cash for exaflop superputer quest

Need to get the 'leccy bill down below that of a city

Web crams down 7 MEEELLION more domain names

At least third of net addresses officially useless

Patent scrap loser RIM ordered to cough up $147m

Will BlackBerry maker ever catch a break?

Fukushima powerplant owner forced to cough teleconference vids

Claims missing audio due to 'full hard drive'

New 'nauts ride Russian rocket to shift change at the space station

Crew still rejoicing at absence of Pettit's didgeridoo

Sky launches movie, sports on demand service

IPTV alternative to Netflix et at

GM to slash vast outsourced IT empire

Much of it from HP. The GM CIO used to work there ...

UK tech biz grinding to halt as Reg space programme sucks in talent

Code biz kingpin volunteers his firm's services

Lego ponders Portal pack

Blocked Valve

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

ReviewSammy brings knife to gunfight?

Wobbly Chinese telecom giant 'may sack 12,000', shares nosedive

ZTE struggle to get feds off its ass, cash in the door

Microsoft sells out of, plans to open own news pipe

No more MSN, MSNBC, NBC alphabet soup confusion

Intel gobbles Lustre file system expert Whamcloud

Chipzilla prepares to gorge itself on exascale pie

UK snoop system had 1,000 COCKUPS - including 2 duff cuffs

Whoops, sorry. Spied on you and locked you up by accident

Nokia prunes Lumia 900 price

Upfront costs Yanked in half

Olympics security cockup down to software errors - report

Tech blunders at G4S lie behind mobilisation of troops

Raspberry Pi sales limits lifted

Order as many as you want, but expect a long wait

Sleek new Macs violate fanbois' Retinas with display garbage

God, it's like using an ordinary poor people's computer

It costs $450 in marketing to make someone buy a $49 Nokia Lumia

Smell of death emanating from mobe maybe puts people off

Slash for cash: boozers' bladders primed for Olympic pee game

Wee sports

Symantec update killed biz PCs in three-way software prang

Encryption, cache and antivirus in head-on crash

Yes, you can be sacked for making dodgy Facebook posts

Employers aren't invading your privacy by reading them

Sage: Where's this double-dip disaster everyone's crying over?

Europe still rattling the abacuses, though

Cisco warns of major vulnerabilities in TelePresence kit

Watching you watching them

Apple fails to block stolen iOS in-app content

Donations keep cheeky Russian hacker's servers alive

Microsoft pops preview of 'biggest, most ambitious' Office yet

Redmond shifts Office from installed code to cloudy service

Yahoo! Poaches! New! CEO! From! Google!

Google's 'Employee No. 20' Marissa Mayer will captain sinking ship

E-Cat pitching cold fusion to Australians

Pre-order Website open

Giant super-laser passes 500 TRILLION watts

Quick, fetch the shark and the backpacks

Dell bundles up SQL Server 2012 data warehouse appliance

Swaddled in PowerEdge metal, sipping Boomi ba-ba

More Steve Jobs iPad mini attacks from beyond the grave

Not just 'sandpaper', but 'developers, developers, developers, developers'

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