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20th > September > 2012 Archive

International Trade Commission heeds Moto, targets Apple

Trade regulator votes to peruse Cupertino's patent pile

Boffins spin up working Qubit in silicon

Quantum researcher outlines how to build a quantum logic gate

China warned on nano-safety

Academy of Science calls for more research on potential hazards

Microsoft releases VMware-eater

All your VMDKs are belong to Windows Server thanks to free converter

Salesforce CEO: Social is god and Zuck is its prophet

Dreamforce 2012Are we 'Facebook for enterprise' yet?

Taiwan's civil servants caught by sexy email trap

That's one way to raise info-security awareness

Apple slip-up slows iOS 6 upgrades

iDevices tried to find missing web page before activating WiFi or 3G connections

Asian hackers p0wned by Eastern European rivals

Former Soviet bloc countries hack hardest, says former presidential security man

How hard is 3D printing?

Modelling technology takes shape

Want a Leica camera from Jony Ive? There CAN BE ONLY ONE

Holy icon of ultimate hipness to be created, f'charidee

'People will give you their data if you don't do nobbish things with it!'

Blinding insight from shrewd wonkateers

Bonking payment by NFC doubled by Olympics splash

Slapcash getting some traction ... not with iPhone fans

New CEO takes reins at Virident with $26m in the saddlebag

Looking to get founders harnessed up, whipped into shape

Sky ruled OK to hold broadcast licence without Murdoch at helm

What if he was still in charge? 'That's hypothetical'

Sophos antivirus classifies its own update kit as malware

Fix issued swiftly, but naturally difficult to install!

Fans rap Apple's 'crap' Map app

iOS 6 slammed for shonkey geography

'Sub-arctic' atmos at RIM UK as jobs apocalypse looms

Sickly octopus refuses to confirm or deny tentacle's fate

AmPhones put amplifiers in guitarists' ears

Jam in a can

HTC hawks fresh WinPho smartphones

Pieces of 8 lays out what cities will get in broadband cash divvy

'Digital leaders, digital stage, digital, er ... thingmy'

Mars rover Curiosity gets ready to blast its first rock

Taste alpha beams and X rays! In the name of SCIENCE!

CEO bloodbath in storage land - four bigshots gone in one week

Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence ...

UK electric car funding - another subsidy for the rich say MPs

Squeezed middle pay for poshos' plug-in freebie towncars

HTC Droids get working bonk-payment NFC setup in China

Networks, iPhone 5 owners not invited to tapcash party

HP unzips slim Windows 8 notebooks

Envy and Sleekbook likes extended

UK to hold public consultation on social-media troll prosecutions


Redmond promises emergency IE bug fix on Friday (zero day + 5)

Keep calm and carry on, advise security types

OLYMPIC SECRETS to stay locked up for 15 YEARS

We have top men working on the ticket conspiracy. Top men

Adobe moving its users into the Cloud: Wants middlemen to help

Come on you turkeys, it could be Christmas every day!

Latest iPhone hacked to blab all your secrets

Dutchies pop iOS 6 on a Jesus Phone 4S

Astronomers tell story set a LONG time ago in a galaxy far, FAR away

13.2 BEELION lightyears, when the universe were but a pup

Conflict-of-interest scandal could imperil Wikimedia charity status

'A positive Wikipedia article is invaluable SEO'

Google's Android celebrates fourth birthday

Version 1.0 'pushed out' in September 2008

Google to snatch US web advertising crown from Facebook

Admit it, you thought they were already number one

Hacktivists, blackhats snatch sixguns from whitehats' holsters

Age-old connection between weapons and tools continues

HP installs UK cloud overlord to get its cumulus in one sock

Biggest Cloud IN THE WORLD 'still won't move the needle'

Deep, deep dive inside Intel's next-generation processor

Join us on a whirlwind Haswell holiday – non-geeks heartily welcomed

DAB dad Pure deploys DVR

Freeview HD set-top launched

Sun men bump bellies in Cisco v Arista freaky trade battle

'You call that a low-latency switch, buddy?'

DARPA demos cyborg binoculars to spot the enemy

Brain-augmented CCTV for the forces

Swiss boffins jump in Lake Lugano for Cray super

Pumping water uphill to cool a 750 teraflops Cascade

Roxon clarifies data retention proposals with ASIO support

For you own good, really

Heroku puffs out Java cloud with one-click app stack

Dreamforce 2012From Ruby hacks to enterprise apps

iPhone queue ‘superficial and pretentious’ says queuing fangirl

VidReg hack braves world’s first iPhone sales frenzy, films weird Apple rituals

Oracle gears up for infrastructure cloud and 12c database launches

Hardware drags down sales in fiscal Q1

Senate hears Microsoft and HP avoided billions in US taxes

Civilization costs money, get over it

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