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22nd > October > 2012 Archive

European Space Agency to launch exoplanet-spotter

CHaracterising ExOPlanets Satellite wins comp for fast, cheap missions

Samsung's Japanese iPhone block bid fails

Fruity phone remains on sale in Japan as court dismisses patent infringement claims

Alcatel Lucent battles unions in bid to slash 5,500 jobs

Low cost threat from China looms large

Researchers find not all EC2 instances are created equal

Different Xeon and Opteron CPUs sold under same name and at same price

Naughty Siri breaks law by listing Chinese escorts

Siri, am I going to jail for a very, very long time?

Apple iPod Touch 5G review

Super, sexy media star about to be killed by cheap tablets?

Her Majesty's Secret Service opens a Q-Branch apprentice scheme

Want a completely blank spot on your CV? Apply here

Nimble, Cisco gang up to hammer out VDI ref template

Like there's a party in my desktop and everyone's invited

British sheep falling behind Continental sheep in broadbaaaand race

#sheepneedtwitterFork out, for all our sakes

TiVo: Cisco and pals could owe us BILLIONS over DVR patents

Check this, Apple - A patent battle over actual technology

Prosecutor seeks sports-bodies guidance on troll-hunting rulebook

Ropes in athletes in quest to end trial by Stephen Fry

EMC bigwig jumps overboard and gets gobbled up by Barracuda

Backup man had a backup plan all along

IBM slices UK GTS contractor rates

Ninety per cent of something or a hundred per cent of nothing

Windows 8: Microsoft will declare victory, but will anyone believe it?

Channel feeling 'impotent' as major launch nears

Avnet devours reseller BrightStar Partners

'We're buying it for the services, don't ya know'

I just LOVE Server 2012, but count me out on Windows 8 for now

Sysadmin blogSome of us consumers don't like consumer stuff

SAP vows to unravel user snarl-up over software licensing

Survey shows misery and despair among customers

Head of Facebook EMEA tentacle to become Tech City UK chief

Former Bebo-ite to queen it over digital Shoreditch

Four in ten Brits have had to change all their passwords to foil crooks

Also, teens warned that saucy pics may be re-used as porn

XBMC coders acquire TVonics brand

ExclusiveUK DVR set to return

Boffinry group shakes tin for effort to build Babbage's Analytical Engine

Doesn't rule out Kickstarter at some point in future

IDC: Cloud really WILL save melting economy, just like the EU said

Study finds cloud will create 3.8 MEELLION jobs by 2020

BT and Virgin sue over £10m state-funded Birmingham broadband

Telcos: 'New broadband service is a dangerous precedent'

US data centers get bigger, but there are fewer of them – survey

The big get bigger up in the clouds, driven by storage

Boris 'games rot brains' Johnson hosts game art expo

Exhibition launched at Mayor's HQ

Windows 8 versions will confuse the punters, say OEMs

Consumers must rely on retailers to explain difference between Basic x86 and RT

Can climate change be changed back again? Maybe, say boffins

Futurama giant ice-cube method not on the cards, though

Skype for Windows 8 is coming: Always on, always in your contacts

And TWO SCREENS OF SMILEYS - that's worth $8bn, right?

Amazon accused of remotely wiping punter's Kindle

Policy abuse claimed

Cisco tames Hadoop with Tidal workload control freak

Hadoop WorldForges big-data bundles on UCS iron

Gates: Microsoft will merge Phone and Windows platforms

One OS to rule them all

HP detunes Violin, tunes up 3PAR

Violin: 'The current HP Violin relationship remains unchanged'

Astroboffins out FREAK 'BI' GALAXY

Elliptical? Spiral? We report, you decide

Minnesota backpedals from online education ban

Free lifelong learning not a threat after all

Amazon's Virginia cloud data center knocked out – again

Can't blame mother nature this time

Aus student data stored for Google ads

EU reforms may keep students commercial free

Yahoo! treads! water! in! slow! third! quarter!

Sweetens up shareholders with $4bn bonus

Samsung Display: Apple hasn't kicked our LCDs out of its garden

UpdatedDenies reports that its kit was chucked over the wall

Big data to be normal by 2020

If we can convince our kids to be data scientists

NYU boffins demo tiny tractor beam

To beam the impossible beam

Kindle Touch bites the dust

You're only allowed to touch the Paperwhite

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