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24th > July > 2012 Archive

VMware: More revenue now from services than software

Profits dip, but past license sales rake in cash for services

Vodafone drops 178k customers in 6 months

Hard to shake the Vodafail saga

Sally Ride, trailblazing Shuttle astronaut, dies at 61

First American woman in space

Anonymous hits Australia

State government web sites defaced and taken down over data retention policy

Hong Kong IT pros gloomy about the future

Asia still worth a punt for wannabe-expats

Vodafone Oz pulls claim of Android 4.1 emergency call problems

Blog post down, eyebrows up

GPS-equipped sheep prove herd mentality exists

Woolly thinking helps tight-knit groups of animals to survive

Foxconn plans massive plant in Indonesia

Apple ODM set to expand outside of China

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean review

Google's mobile upgrade chewed over

France: Forcing Google to police YouTube is a non-non

No need to hunt down re-posted copyrighted stuff

HTC disses Dr Dre by diluting Beats deal

Reduces investment in hip hop headset house

O2 attempts to muscle in on voucher biz with SME freebie scheme

You get ads, we get the simple joy of being your friends warned: Halt exports of spyware to brutal regimes

Or see Privacy International in court

George Osborne accused of derailing's green dream

Energy law 'will only work if Treasury stumps up cash'

4G? Pah! Boffins charge up the dial to 5G data EXTREME-band kit

The wide open bands where a man can breathe free

UK Border Agency to create 'national allegations database'

What could POSSIBLY go wrong?

Asda snaps up Polaroid telly tech

Focused on home entertainment

Non-volatile memory: It's nothing to SNIA at - NetApp

'Storage class memory' could soon outclass NAND Flash

The Higgs boson search continues ... into ANOTHER dimension

Special reportCERN physicist drills into mirror universe theory

X-IO builds million-dollar brick tower for Big Data players

ISE Station X: 10-enclosure stack rack for cloudy punters, data centres

Blizzard faces court battle for 'misleading Diablo III fans'

Think outside the game's box, demands German watchdog

Ofcom saves piece of 4G spectrum pie for '4th operator'

Three could disturb Big 3's threesome when auction starts at end of 2012

Brooks, Coulson to be CHARGED over phone-hacking

Eight suspects face 'realistic prospect of conviction', says CPS

Virgin Media staves off cable punter seepage

14,700 subscribers fled, sales still above £1bn in Q2

Toshiba slices chip production by a third

Japanese NAND warrior shrinks with falling prices

Home Secretary to decide on McKinnon extradition by October

Scots sysadmin waits to hear if he'll face NASA hacking charges in the US

LOHAN acquires mighty igniter arsenal

REHAB fireworks imminent, small island nations at risk

Dell uncloaks trio of muscular mobile workstations

Two no-nonsense workhorses and one 'shiny object'

Three punters' data use doubles

Most rock through a gig

Postgres-on-steroids wields bare metal in Oracle, IBM skirmish

TransLattice's database doesn't need no stinkin' OS

Sony delays micro-PS3 and colours current crop

Hue what?

EC probes 13 resellers over global optical disc drive CARTEL

Fingered for bid-rigging

Apple wins EU-wide Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 ban

Not ALL German courts are loving Cupertino though...

Cisco's $5bn telly encryption biz gobble wins EU blessing

NDS acquisition approved after competition probe

Sharp mulls mass layoffs amid $1.28bn loss fears

Price-fix settlement kicks LCD biz while it's down

Storage top dog EMC shows off swollen Q2 profits

But full-year outlook remains the same

Months later, Gamigo hacker takes dozy dump, exposes 8 million

Slow post-breach leak for login credentials file

Russian cargoship fluffs Space Station docking test

Performance anxiety for new automated system

Santander's banking website craps out

Did it melt in Blighty's soaring temperatures?

US Justice Dept rejects criticisms of ebook settlements

Apple and hundreds of other complainants are wrong

Cray bags $21m Cascade super deal down under

Xeon, Xeon Phi hybrid to do radio astronomy

Apple seeks whopping $2.525bn Samsung patent payout

Could start tablet tax on anyone using rounded rectangles

Facebook's Zuckerberg awarded privacy patent

No one can summarize your settings like he can

Pano does browser-thin virty desktops

Chrome is the only thing you need in a SaaS-y world

Apple misses earnings targets, Street reacts

iPad sales up, but iPhone sales slip big-time

Google asks YouTube commenters to stand up and be counted

New option asks for user's ID

Juniper disappointed by skittish service providers

Gets in bed with Riverbed for optimization

iiNet buys up more bandwidth on Southern Cross

Need for speed behind deal, not TPG/PPC1 hookup

ABS pulls Census app, points it at the right data

Party like it's 2006

Greenland melt surprises NASA Earth-watchers

Giant slushy attributed to ‘heat dome’

Murchison adds astronomical cluster

Linux GPU lovin’ for WA’s widefield radiotelescope

Unisys swings to profit on ClearPath mainframe spike

Pays off debts ahead of schedule

Tax office will let you deduct virtualisation software

Want to use e-tax on a Mac? Australian Tax Office says you can deduct virty software

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