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20th > August > 2012 Archive

IT helps Australian bank achieve carbon-neutrality

National Australia Bank has adopted tri-generation, private cloud, modular data centres

Better onion anonymity possible: researcher

Boost to reliability as well

Curiosity's laser turns Mars rocks to 'glowing plasma'

Watch out Martians, those million-watt jolts were just target practice

Assange calls for help from … Quakers?

Peers out window, appeals for freedom, lectures world

China and Taiwan complete historic undersea cable

Small cable is hugely significant

Disney sitcom says open source is insecure

Free software full of viruses, says pre-teen sysadmin

Indian gov bans bulk texts as workers flee Bangalore

North-easterners panicked by rumours of violence

Cloud-puffing Iomart goes south - to gobble Manc biz Melbourne

Data centre tentacles spread across Blighty

Capita bungs staff £250 if they cheer up, smile for ad snaps

PFYs asked to wash smelly Metallica T-shirts

Hard-up fondlers rejoice: Tablet PC prices plummet

Analyst: 'If you aren't an iPad, you'd better be cheap'

Brocade global sales boss exits, leaves soon-to-depart CEO to flog kit

It's not every day your boss fills in for you

PLT chair: UK Radio Society is 'living in a dream world'

UK hams face down EU over powerline networking kit standard

Dell pries open shrunken PowerVault, crams whole lotta disk inside

DR4000 gets Symantec OpenStorage API

IBM fuels up zNext mainframe for launch

A little early – and just in time to boost Q4

Let them eat cache: EMC unleashes ass-kicking flash box

Taking on Pure Storage, WhipTail and other all-flash array vendors

Apple accuses Samsung of abusing its 3G power

Firm says Sammy wanted way too much cash for its patents

Reselling in the recession: Make the CIO your best buddy

Forget IT managers – they can't even sign off a PO for toner ink these days

All the sauce on Big Blue's hot chip: More on Power7+

Clock crank, cache bump ... and maybe on-chip memory compression too

SMSZombie wraps self in nudie pics, slips into 500,000 Android devices

Trojan money-slurper aimed at China Mobile payment platform

Boffins pump hot, vivid fluid into squidgy robostarfish

Thermo multicoloured spurts like camo gear for limbo champ octobot

Ivy Bridge for Ultrabooks

Inside Intel's premium portables

Python slithers up Amazon's Beanstalk

Deeper into you

EA kills Medal of Honour arms deal

Charitable promo shot down

Revenues dropping or flatlining at hefty distributor giants

Maybe it's not just the recession, cloud and direct sales...

Vulture Central logo pops up in prehistoric France

El Reg's vulturine origins traced back 10,000 years

Facebook facepalm: US judge tosses out 'sponsored stories' deal

Suggests $20m settlement offer for faces-in-ads feature was 'plucked from thin air'

HTC takes another punch to the wallet, loses $40m OnLive investment

Cloudy gaming biz restructures, junks investments

Google loads Moto Mobility cannon, fires patent shells at Apple

Siri, is this Mountain View's back-up plan?

White hat warns against iPhone SMS spoofing bug

Apple: It's not US, it's the technology...

Nimbus jiggles Gemini flash box, hits 1 million IOPS sweet spot

Ten-year warranty

Phone-flingers flock to Finland for World Championships

Not Nokia staffers... we hope

Cosmonauts step out for six-hour space walk around ISS

Russian 'nauts will prep for Pirs module removal

Red-faced chip-fryer AMD pulls blog offline after hackers munch 32KB

Lashings of r00tbeer

Sacrebleu! Googleplex insists Bush is still le président américain

Google in, garbage out

Don't download that app: US presidential candidates will STALK you with it

Romney mobe application even requests permission to record audio ...

Barnes & Noble Nooks bound for Blighty

UK bookstore too

Judge gives Google until Friday to dish on paid media

Tattletale Oracle gets pat on the head

Processor pioneer Victor Poor dies of cancer at 79

ObituaryModest designer of Intel's first integrated processors

Internode's Hackett to fly new jet around the world

Agile by name, agile by nature

Anonymous takes down UK government websites in Assange attack

He's not the messiah; he's a very naughty boy

Silicon Valley comes to China to spur tech innovation

Yeah, that's probably going to take a while...

Networking industry to collaborate on TERABIT Ethernet

Network traffic projected to increase tenfold by 2015

SHOCK: Brainwave readers work as advertised

Put away the tinfoil hat, there's no 'brain hack' here

Melb IT tells ICANN to clear up its clearinghouse act

Brands in GTLD cybersquat peril

NASA gets funding for Mars InSight mission in 2016

Funding to delve into the depths of the Red Planet

Apple now most valuable company OF ALL TIME

Tops Redmond's bubble-era record

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