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19th > September > 2012 Archive

Dice swallows Slashdot, SourceForge, Freecode in $20m deal

Geek sites welcome their new recruiter overlords

ABC sends lawyers after iView freeware

Client for Australia's iPlayer equivalent under threat on Linux and Android

ITU suggests replaceable cables for power supplies

Standards body hopes to reduce e-waste, match connectors with voltages

New European weather satellite reaches orbit

Euro space agencies forecast better forecasts

Casio to enter tablet market with twin-cam scanner

'Paper Writer' will convert hand-written notes into digital form

Governments block YouTube over that video

Feeling the backlash. O' the cat

Baidu's patriotic doodle ruffles Japanese feathers

Chinese users offered chance to plant flag on disputed islands, instead of rioting

Ten backpacks for tech-heads

Product Round-upCarry on computing

AGIMO's final cloud guidance released

Urges modest pilots when first vaporising IT

EU ponders £30bn BAE-EADS mega aerospace-military borg

Brussels sayin' yes to gov's pieces o' eight could make or break deal

Budget-slash fest shaves 10% off IT mercenaries' day rates

But RBS tech fiasco may shower COBOL mateys in gold

Euro watchdog: We need ONE definition of 'illegal content' across EU

Scurvy server dogs threatened with the plank

iPass Wi-Fi hands the boss control, staff get the bill

All hands on deck

'Stuff must be FREE, except when it's MINE! Yarr!' - top German pirate

Talks like a pirate, walks like a 'privileges pussy'

Even slimmer PS3 out next week

Flash storage version inbound too

Pushdo botnet's smokescreen traffic hits legitimate websites

Aargh, cap'n, the server be like to founder

iPhone 5 sleuth work points to $199 component costs

Virtual deconstruction

Hello Miracast vid-beaming: ANOTHER thing the iPhone 5 hasn't got

Shiver me timbers, 'tis on the Galaxy SIII though

Phone hack scandal: Cop, two scribes nabbed in bung brouhaha

Clapped in irons by the King's men, d'ye see?

Inside the guts of a fiendish Internet Explorer 0-day attack

Sysadmin blogBite down, matey, surgeon Pott's got his chopper out

Who queues for an iPhone 5? Protesters, hipsters and the jobless

PicsThese lubbers be strange 'uns, and no mistake

ASA keelhauls Ebuyer AGAIN - this time for dodgy disk ad

Belay that promo, these cost savings be lies

Yahoo! punts! $3.6bn! to! shareholders! after! Alibaba! deal!

Gold, by the powers! Now, what'll us do with it, eh?

Report: Microsoft to cop it from Brussels in Browser Choice affair

Ballmer's back to feel the licking o' the cat

Gigantic Roman bathtime-fun mosaic found under Turkish field

Buried treasure, me hearties! Darr, there be no gold here

GCHQ in new challenge for cyber security wannabes

So me lad, ye think ye can repel boarders, eh?

Juries: The only reason ANYONE understands patent law AT ALL

Andrew's MailbagGive us honest men, not a parcel o' wiggy land-sharks

Dell sets out Win8 tablet, Ultrabook, all-in-one stall

Business, as usual

'Programming on Windows 8 just like playing bingo' - Microsoft VP

Avast, ye Redmond buckos, where's me variadic template?

Raspberry Pi patch adds warranty-safe overclocking

1GHz Turbo Mode debuts

Publishers, Apple bend over for EU eBooks probe

They'm scurvy price-dogs, arr, but be Black Jeff Bezos worse?

Arista touts next-gen switch as malleable as a T-1000 Terminator

Plunder me x86, programmable pipeline, and OpenFlow booty

Size matters: Bromium 'microvisor' to guard PCs for big biz

Clap these mutinous dogs in th' app brig, mister mate

New vicious UEFI bootkit vuln found for Windows 8

Arr, 'tis typical: Redmond swabs lag behind OS X, again

Speaking in Tech: We infiltrate Hitachi Data Systems' secret labs

PodcastHow to keep data doubloons out of Davy Jones' bitlocker

Samsung's appeal gaffe keeps Galaxy Tab 10.1 banned in US

Ye swung y'self from t'yardarm this time, growls beak will struggle to avoid pain in further IT cuts, says HP bigwig

Me cutlass is hittin' bone now, King's man

Google acts against prostitution app after complaints from Congress

Scurvy droid pimp pulled off, d'ye see

Sleep easy, Tim Cook: Surface, Win8 tablet shipments looking poor

These fondleslab galleons be barely worth pillaging

Dell bends shiny server linings for denser clouds

Zeus chassis, lightning not included

Apple iOS 6 review

Review200 new features, but you'd never know it

Zuckerberg loses $8bn in Facebook IPO fiasco

Wee lad's Forbes 400 booty ranking mercilessly keelhauled

Chase joins Bank of America in possible Islamic attack outage

Another target of the 'Cyber fighters of Izz ad-din Al qassam'?

OpenStack Foundation launches with $10m in funding

NASA, Rackspace experts jump ship to Nebula

CrimTrac seeks new CIO after incumbent joins Gartner

New leader can expect lots and lots of meetings with bureaucrats

SUSE updates Linux control freak

Shadowman in a chameleon suit wearing a Red Hat

Did genetically modified food cause giant tumours in rats?

French study under fire

Microsoft promises two-step IE fix

Protection first, then an update

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