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30th > July > 2012 Archive

U.S forces maintain fire against Megaupload

MPAA labels Dotcom as career crim (for piracy, not rapping)

CloudFlare condenses in Australia

Claims bandwidth prices are causing data drain

Namibia unveils whopper Cherenkov telescope

Capturing tiny atmospheric flashes to reveal distant galaxies

Apple blacklisted by Chinese consumer watchdog

Support policies earn scorn as punters air grievances

Job ad seeks 'mediocre' developers

Melbourne biz admits not every coder is a star, bans 'brogrammers'

SAP, Huawei, sign mutual assistance pact

WORLD DOMINATION the plan for giant pair

OLPC confirms tablet on the way

Swedish touch tech makes XO Touch a “next-level innovation machine”

Japanese giant sorry for Kobo launch balls-up

Rakuten bins negative reviews after technical glitch

ICO power to stop FOI dodgers 'some way off'

More time to investigate destruction of FOI data requires change in law

UK's thirst for energy falls, yet prices rise: Now why is that?

We're using less and generating less too

What links Apple, Sun's ZFS and a tiny startup? Al Gore

Blocks and filesGreenbytes touts ZEVO freebie... But what does this mean for fanbois?

Cloudy punters can't rely on 'certified' CSPs for data protection

ICO: Certification of service providers is great, but it won't help you in court

Orange adjust data roaming prices

Day rate's better value than the bundles

Military-grade IBM kit senses love, hate in Wimbo fans' tweets

'Sentiment analysis' served at high speed

Apple mulls over investment in Twitter

#SentFromMyiPhone @TimCook

Boffins puzzled over impossibly fast ice avalanches on Saturn's moon

Is all that rubbing making ice rubble hot?

Skype hits back at angry wiretap reports: Rat finks? Not us

Analysis'Supernodes' are not for spooks, they're to make service better for YOU

Million-plus IOPS: Kaminario smashes IBM in DRAM decimation

But apples-and-oranges storage test not the fairest of them all

Apple, Samsung begin battle for billions in US patent smackdown

Tech behemoths enter the ring for four-week bout

Beeb stuffs $21tn into Olympic-sized swimming pools

Goes for gold with 'overwrought quantification metaphor'

Sony Xperia Go waterproof Android phone review

Another blower for beer baptism benchmarking

Japanese fanboi builds FrankenPhone from 'bits of iPhone 5'

You have created a monster, and it will destroy you!

Apple refutes 'Sony Jony' iPhone prototypes

What about these blueprints, Sammy?

Google snaps bird's eye view of Olympic Village

Forget relying on realtime GPS data. Look at this pretty picture instead

Samsung lets slip info on WinPho 8 Odyssey

Taps into multi-core

Product-led campaigns just don't work for vendors or resellers

What would you like in your marketing menu?

Scotland Yard's hacking probe: Cops arrest journalist

'Gathering of data from stolen mobile phones' investigated

O2 dropped the ball in Olympic cycle race Twitter fiasco

Twits blamed for network's inadequacies

Big biz 'struggling' to dump Windows XP

Microsoft's bagged only easy Win 7 wins, says Browsium

BT Engage IT big boss goes on whistlestop tour of offices

Staff worried job cutting to continue under new regime

@UnSteveDorkland Twitter satirist faces 4 charges in US court

Daily Mail group heads to Cali to pin down exec parody

Apple serves 3m Mountain Lions in four days

Install frenzy

3PAR goes all-flash, shaves hefty wodge off price tag

All solid state, all the time....

Apple reverses resistible rise of Android

Regains ground from Google on home turf

EMC warns sales bods: Steal deals and it's no shoes for your kids

It's party time for resellers, so no pilfering of customers

Bradley Manning's lawyers seek to show 'cruel treatment'

If they can prove illegal pretrial punishment, charges could be dropped

US flags from the 1970s SEEN ON MOON

Lunar probe confirms one blown down by Apollo liftoff

Netflix punters told of privacy change, get 3 months to object

Accept, and you opt in to class-action settlement

Flame worm's makers fail to collect Epic 0wnage award

Black HatState cyberespionage tool-makers shun Pwnie Award glory

WikiLeaks punks The New York Times with op-ed hoax

Two columnists unwittingly spread fake editorial

More reports that Apple plans iPhone 5 September surprise

Steve Jobs could reach 45rpm over iPad Mini

Oracle chugs down I/O virtualising Xsigo

Any server, any network, to any storage

Sophos dangles free Android antivirus to tempt BYOD-friendly biz

Fandroids, don't let your phone be pwned

Ubisoft assassinates Uplay flaw, denies DRM rootkit

Browser plugin allowed any file to execute

Hobbyist builds working assault rifle using 3D printer

It hasn't blown to pieces yet

AGIMO hangs up on mobile phone panel

No value for money on handsets, accessories

Hot nine-incher pulled by Dick

Overheating batteries in portable DVD player could mean fiery lap dances

LinkedIn shuts down online tricks

Bans anti-sex trafficking site

Jackson’s Hobbit becomes a trilogy

All those dwarves don't come cheap

Microsoft unveils fondle-ready keyboards, mice

Aping Apple with custom kit for Surface slabs

AIIA takes the ‘Australian’ out of price-gouge concerns

Sock-puppetting the case for higher prices

Jury selection delays start of Apple/Samsung patent showdown

'When did you last see your iPhone?'

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