27th > September > 2012 Archive
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AnalysisIBM needs to swing both ways in server land
JEDEC spec has hit the books – now wait a year or two
Woolworths offloads electronics chain Dick Smith for peanuts
Samsung could soon ship actual phone
Indian, Russian debris coming through!
Partners with local player for better data
Tell your boss you're sending your private 'bot to work from now on
PRC only worsted by Iran and Cuba
Indonesian rumble split planetary crust
The other Ultrabook
BSA and MPAA clash over Taobao as 'Notorious Market'
Seeks better markets as Apple and Samsung start eating own dogfood
ExclusiveFOI blunder spaffed details of people released uncharged
Big Blue offerings to puff out through many orifices
Like vicars'-wives-and-their-problems stories? Got slab?
Google to massive subsidise hardware at last?
App tweaked, live image furtling banned
Extra choc bits to colleague end in McMarching orders
Can you beat 8.9mm?
Most data-blurt blunders are internal cockups, not hacks
Big distie poops UK party with 'feeling of depression'
Web souk wants false advertising claim binned in App Store lawsuit
Fines of up to $7bn loom for breaking promise
'We shall be FIRST IN ASIA to name an atomic element'
Clover Trail becomes Z2760, offers three weeks' standby time
Redmond chases after lost and stumbling iPhone punters
Legislation, legislation, legislation
Nyah nyah nyah, you can't have this... yet
Web giant refused to pull attack piece on wannabe mayor
Insiders claim former top dog Petersen wanted more control
You couldn't make it up - actually somebody already did
'We nicked trade secrets? Never... it was YOU'
Postie ruling to reveal how much we trust next door with our sensitive stuff
Rock lob boy and 'clueless staffer' fingered in Grimmgate probe
UK IT buyers prefer skinny models, if slightly cheaper
Free STB for Plus punters
Boots up – and opens up – homegrown QFS alternative
Networking not working, claim puzzled punters
But only if we set standards
Penguinista revolt sparks volte-face at Um Bongo towers
Passes for human in first-person shooter scenario
Dotcom says police missed explosive clues
A river ran through it
Personal sharing legal
Malware signed as Adobe software
Carriers fight rearguard action on cost