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23rd > August > 2012 Archive

ATO casts loving eyes over cybercrime intercept powers

I want what she’s having…

Lawyers: We'll pillory porn pirates who don't pay up

Priests, police will be among first named

Want a Windows 8 Start Button? Open source to the rescue!

'Classic Shell' can banish Interface Formerly Known As Metro

Australia threatens telcos with mobile roaming price laws

Roaming profit margins fall from 1000% to 300% but governments want more

Samsung strides onto the catwalk

Phone-y fashion outlets will hit China in 2014

Driving a car? There's an app for that

Griffith University researchers build Android-piloted car

Hong Kong, not China keeping Syria online

PCCW carries lion's share of traffic to war-torn land

China to probe black holes, search for aliens

Look out space, the Chinese are coming...

Samsung Galaxy Beam Android projector phone review

Putting on a display

ICO to probe Essex council over data leak

Service users told their information 'has been compromised'

REVEALED: Everything Everywhere new 4G logo ... a SNAIL?

Here's a tip: Needs more go-faster stripes

Hunt vows: 'UK will have fastest broadband in Europe by 2015'

Did I say best? I meant fastest - it's the same thing, right?

Not in China? No shrunken IBM Storwize array for you

Covert move by Big Blue

MoD to become even more top-heavy as a result of personnel cuts

Top brass to shrink by 3% (or less) in 20% bloodbath

Investor pulls out of Facebook, pumps cash into pork-printing joint

As you do

Titanic storage wrestlers grapple in summer frenzy

Keep up at the back there

Sony Mobile moves out of Swedish lovenest after break-up

Heads back home after Ericsson split, leaves 1,000 redundancies in its wake

Facebook, Instagram nuptials get US watchdog blessing

Show me your ring in a share-reliant sling... bitch

LG making thin screens possibly FOR THE NEW iPHONE

New touchscreens churned out for mysterious 'customer'

LOHAN sets clock ticking for explosive climax

Just what our mission control board will do, and when...

Citi rubbishes Nasdaq compensation offer for Facebook IPOcalypse

'Give us ALL our money back, not just a few million'

AT&T defends FaceTime price gouge

Apple aren't our competition, so we're free to nobble them

Study: If your antivirus doesn't sniff 'new' malware in 6 days, it never will

But opposing researcher smacks down the finding

Sony pushes patent for interactive TV ads

Makes a play for commercial gaming

Nokia, Samsung and pals team up to map malls, stations

Alliance aims to develop standard for mobile floor plans

OFT makes special exemption for bumpkins' wayleave charges

Milking the cows of industry BT to speed up broadband rollout

Password hints easily snaffled from Windows PCs

Psst, you might want to encrypt that

Capita's IT Services top dog legs it after just 6 months

Jogs out door left open by biz boss after mega redundancy programme

We're raising generations of MUTANT KIDS, says Icelandic study

Trend to later dadhood drives evolution of X-men. Sort of

SCC handed top-level clearance to flog secure cloudy kit on G-Cloud

First supplier to get pan-government security rating

Red alert! Google assembles crack team to AVOID privacy gaffes

Just how can we stop our dastardly behaviour attracting the Feds?

Tech conferences: Not just here for the FREE BEER

Sysadmin blogIt's all about the social networking... bitch mate

Red hot chilli peppers floor Bristol shoplifter

Unwisely scoffs booty, collapses, vomits, cops a cuffing

Train crash knocks out fibre cables, delays 9/11 hearing

Maryland derailment sliced communication lines to US naval base in Cuba

Broken Sword franchise gets crowd funding boost

Gaming classic revisits 2D roots

Microsoft's new retro-flavoured logo channels Channel 4

Logo watchMetro is dead, long live the Metro-inspired rebrand

McAfee splats bug that knocked punters offline

The internet? Oh no, far too dangerous for you to go alone

Rovio sticks some Martian action into Angry Birds Space

Plonks Curiosity where no rover has gone before...

LulzSec sneak Sabu buys six more months of freedom

Federal grass gets more time in pasture

VMware desktop virt refresh lets you run Windows 8 everywhere

Run Windows 8 inside Windows 8, hey, why not

Pentagon develops 'Plan X' for next-gen online combat

'Battle units' to defend global networks

Akihabara unplugged: Tokyo's electric town falls flat

Reg hack finds fancy dress maids playing darts, but few unique gadgets

Boffins confirm sunspot-weather link

Sunspots still don’t account for climate change

New US rule aims to crack down on Congolese capacitors

Companies must report use of minerals from conflict areas

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