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27th > August > 2012 Archive

Rackspace, MacTel snipe in the cloud

Patriot Act does/does not apply, take your pick

UK kids' charity lobbies hard for 'opt-in' web smut access

Parenting fail or p0rn0 too easily available? Esther Rantzen says it's the latter

Big Data bites back: How to handle those unwieldy digits

When you can't just cram it into tables

It's Lego's 80th birthday party, but only the boys are invited

CommentGirls get pink-boxed dollhouses, boys get to build

China Mobile to roll-out 16GB MEGA-cloud platform

Store your data in China. We dare you

Huawei, ZTE hit with ITC patent probe

US authorities heed patent trolls' throaty call for action

AMD engineering another Opteron-like leap

VMworld 2012A future of APUs and dense-packed servers

HyTrust goes ballistic with virty compliance appliance

VMworld 2012Locks down Vblock clouds

Broadcom launches Trident II switch chip

Blasting over 100 10GE ports into the clouds

Dropbox joins the security two-step party

Spamming stimulates the system

Samsung fights to stay on US shelves as Apple calls for ban

UpdatedInjunction hearing scheduled for September

VMware offers cloud construction mind meld as a service

VMworld 2012'New Operating Model for the Cloud Era' to mutate sysadmin jobs

Curiosity rover hijacked by to debut science song

Audio pollution of two worlds

VMware kills vRAM memory tax with vSphere 5.1 server virt

VMworld 2012Stretching VMs, and taking on Microsoft

Office 2013 to offer one-off apps on demand

Close your file and the application vanishes

NBN zealotry in the ultra-high definition age

Do anti-FTTP NBN arguments stack up against the reality of UHDTV and Terabit Ethernet?

Google gets hands on 'glove-cam' patent

Chocolate Factory gets the finger

EMC shows off XtremIO's Project X box

VMworld 2012Enters the million-IOPS club with all-flash array

VMware rolls up an integrated cloudy control freak

VMworld 2012How vCloud Suite it is

Disable Java NOW, users told, as 0-day exploit hits web

All operating systems, browsers vulnerable

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