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30th > October > 2012 Archive

AMD to partner with ARM for server CPUs by 2014

SeaMicro's fabric is the 'secret sauce'

Lenovo tops China's smartphone market in just six months

Huawei and ZTE left for dead, now to swamp Samsung

France again threatens Google with link tax

Fetchez la vache, says Hollande, after Schmidt visit resolves nothing

Optus says age of mobile growth is over

Carrier says 'No' to partners as Australia has 'too much distribution capacity'

Japanese toilet can save penalty kicks

Bring on the Germans...

Sandy takes out NYC colo facility

The diesel's run out by now

Apple turns off Siri’s potty mouth

Cupertino fun police bow to Chinese laws

World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria review

ReviewPaw choice?

Freesat downs own website after Downton quickie

Not Sky you say? Tell me more...

Top dog EMC: Clear off, hybrid upstarts, VNX2 is a million-IOPS monster

ExclusiveRockies update should also give Dell, HDS, HP, IBM and NetApp the fear

Avnet TS confirms EMEA exec line-up

Rejigs structure as it digests Magirus buy

Vodafone in bed with Gemalto in bonking-for-money transaction

Worldwide deal to provide trust on demand

OEMs and sellers must pay refunds on software faults - OFT

Likewise on dodgy film downloads, DVDs etc

Hitachi buys Horizon to save UK's nuclear future

Germans get the wind up and dash for gas: Japan steps in

Intel halves SSD power draw with 20nm chip shift

335 series of solid-state drives launched

Hurricane Sandy blows away Gizmodo, HuffPo, various other blogs

Aggregation Turbines shut down by Frankenstorm debris

WinPho 8 fans now able to order HTC handsets

Nicer colours than Nokia's?

Your mouse may actually be a RAT in disguise

Plague-bearing horrors mask themselves as rodent chum

Riverbed to slurp Opnet for cool $1 billion

Management software, comfort food for a tough economy

Brit 4G live TODAY: At last you can bust your data cap in 5 minutes

In some areas - but we'll sell you a handset regardless

JDA Software looking to sell itself, they do say

Seeking friend, solvent, gsoh, for discreet transaction

Israeli cops penetrated by army of fake generals with trojans

Syrian rebels also hit, Iran's name murmured

Lenovo ThinkPad Helix turns Westward

Convertible Ultrabook spied on Israel website

Forstall ousted from Apple after refusing to apologise for Maps

Took him to the exit instead of the CEO's office

Nokia primes Lumias for Windows Phone 8 push

Flashy snappers sets 'em apart

UK's Intellectual Property Obliteration office attacked by Parliament

'If the copyright cops won't protect rights, who will?'

Forgetting Microsoft: How Steve Ballmer's Surface could win

Open ... and ShutIgnore Apple, it's Google he must take on

Volunteers sought to see if anyone actually can hear you scream in space

Violent alien baby in your stomach not compulsory

First eyes EVER SEEN (by definition) appeared 700 million years ago

Here's looking at you, jellyfish

Xbox mod spreads KILLER Borderlands 2 GERM

Innocent gamers face permanent character death

TalkTalk to Ofcom: 'Talented, lovely monopolist' BT must be reeled in

Just how superfast can a one-horse race really be?

Family sues Foxconn in brain-damaged worker compensation case

Fondleslabricator trying to slash payout, say relatives

Hmm, I think I'll order an iPad Mini on Amazon ... Oh no I won't

Etailer offers stinging counter-pooh-pooh to Apple

Asus gets paid handsomely for swallowing Google's Jellybean

Strong in fondletops, 'slabs - and still in notebooks

Hurricane Sandy smacks the Big Apple around

Power, comms, and transport networks take the brunt

Geneva devastated by monster tsunami, millions at risk

News just in from 563 AD

Ballmer claims Win 8 sales strong, WinPhone to follow

Build 2012'If you want one, you'll want the other'

Google upgrades Gmail interface, now less 'drafty'

Shifting email towards instant messaging

Optus breaks up with TeleChoice after ten years

Telcos tighten up ship

Faulty network switched closed Melbourne tunnels

Traffic storm begat traffic chaos

ARM busts out server-to-superphone superchips

ARM TechConLow-power juggernaut takes two more steps towards world domination

Stratsec critical of cloud security

Potential haven for botnets, study finds

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