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23rd > July > 2012 Archive

Japanese publisher, staff arrested over backup software offer

Copyright protection gets insane

HTML 5 gets forked up

Judean People's Front and People's Front of Judea go their own way

Windows 8 'bad' for desktop users - Gartner's one-word review

Enterprise users laugh at nice-to-touch, frustrating-to-click-on OS

USB charges up to 100 watts

One cable to rule them all while avoiding e-waste

Coles signs up for Office 365

Down, down, staff administration costs are down, for 100,000 staff

Now IPAD victor Proview is sued by its OWN law firm

Monitor biz still hasn't paid its lawyers their fees

China's broadband population is SHRINKING

More get their mobiles out to get online

Cisco blends server with a twist of flash, tastes benchmark glory

2-socket win with Violin memory for the extra kick

Huawei and ZTE scrap for mid-range UK market share

Chinese Ice Cream fight

Fear not, Linux admins: There are TOOLS to help you

Sysadmin blogNo, we don't mean the PFY down the hall

Capita inks another local council deal, pockets £154m

West Sussex County hands firm telecommunications, pensions admin contract

Gov must act on 'innocent' web-browsing copyright timebomb

Media monitoring biz: The time to legislate is now

Is running IT for the Olympics the worst job in the world?

The results will be in in August

Techie accused of snooping wife's email cleared of wrongdoing

His ex had been checking his texts, court hears

Scottish cloud abacus gobbled by control freak RightScale

Need a job in Scotland?

Rupert Murdoch legs it from British newspaper boards

Reaches for remote control

JELLYFISH bio-bot built with rat cells to mend broken hearts

We can rebuild him... we have the technology

Nike+ Fuelband activity monitor review

Wrist action for your inner Olympian

Why DOES Google lobby so much?

Special reportNo, no, Brits, this is how a web-friendly country should be run

Facebook, and pals to reach deep into Ubuntu

Zillions of browser tabs banished by 'web apps'

Brit holidaymakers forced to surf in the sea, not online

Three international roaming goes titsup

Canon debuts EOS M compact system camera

Better late than never

Marvell marvels at WiGig, licenses Wilocity silicon

Love at 60GHz

Google plucks Gmail app maker Sparrow from the sky

You are the wind beneath my wi... Arrgh!

Samsung flogs 10 million Galaxy S IIIs in 7 weeks

Not quite keeping up with the iPhone 4S

Nokia woos networks with 'exclusive Windows 8 mobe deals'

Microsoft's Finnish friend chases iPhone effect - report

Amazon erects 'digital hub' near Silicon Roundabout

Mega media centre draws staffers from Pushbutton, LoveFilm

EMC's creepy challenge: Give Big Data a 'human face'

A bog reader coffee table book to explain what on Earth is it

ITC was wrong: Apple, RIM owe us $1bn for that patent – Kodak

Bankrupt biz insists mobe makers used its designs

Self-pwned: Black Hat says soz for phishing attack scare

Black Hat conferenceLooked like phish, smelled like phish, but was just a cock-up

Greenbytes crunches up ex-Apple man's Zevo ZFS

Flash array vendor gets Tens Complement

Google suspends 16GB Nexus 7 orders

Punters swallow too many tablets

Amazon to bash down Google, Apple with SIX new tablets - report

All sorts of sizes to fight off Galaxy, iPad and new kid Windows 8 RT hacking suspect 'cuffed in Cyprus

DoJ seeks extradition

ARM grabs TSMC's 3D FinFETs for future 64-bit PC brains

Will it be a RISCy move for the v8 family?

Iranian nuke plants rocked in midnight 'heavy metal blast'

Boffins suffer AC-DC problems as virus defences ramped up

Next-gen Enyo 2.0 framework rises from ruins of Web OS

Stable cross-platform release for open-source toolkit

Oracle lowers the flag on Fortress language project

The latest ex-Sun effort to be felled by Larry's axe

Buzz: iPhone 5 arrives September 21, demand 'unprecedented'

New connector? Check. Larger display? Well, sort of...

Oracle readies Exalogic 2.0 'engineered systems'

Renames x86 boxes, but still has some gaps to fill

Cisco to axe 1,300 (more) employees worldwide

Why? 'To drive simplicity, speed of decisions and agility'

Skype: Nearly half of adults don't install software updates

They're too worried about security to upgrade security

VMware shells out $1.26bn for virtual networker Nicira

Dead serious about software-defined data centers

Time for Victoria to adapt, says Climate Commission

Urges state to bite the bullet on solar

Australians receive SMS death threats

Police point out hitmen are not actually chasing you, ergo cannot be bought off

‘Printed boat’ places second in novelty race

Getting serious with 3D printing

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