5th > November > 2012 Archive
Suffrage-as-a-service for voters displaced by Sandy
Cloud titan kindly offers to reduce burden on in-house arrays
And you thought Google knew everything about you …
'Boring' Linux deity revisits UI, finds it 'too cartoony'
Polysilicon complaints heighten trade tensions
Primary machine tired of doing all the work
Drop-in-socket performance jump, perhaps a Q4 revenue jump as well
Several big name multinationals kept quiet about breaches
Cash in/cash out types clearly don't know the tape vendor
Concerns about quality and in-app purchases to be tested
CompetitionBuried under useless junk? Send us proof, if you can find your camera...
Everyone's going Weightless
Antique Code ShowStar Wars meets Doom in this classic first-person shooter from 1995
'66 per cent less time' watching backup bar move across
Part 1El Reg job expert Dom Connor reveals key clues to look out for in interviews
'Everyone except Hulu, the BBC and the Telegraph loves us'
Aah, the cloud. Perfect for precious EVault data, right?
Tegra 3-based Asus Nexus 7 worrier?
Santa's empty sack could be omen for 6,000+ employees
Trevor Pott digs out the tools to keep fanboi workers happy
A year later, 'discussions' are 'near conclusion'
Apples are not the only fruit
Rough handling ruptured implant, lawsuit claims
LOOK AT THIS iPAD PIC We are sorry about the Samsung case
18 months after first sighting, it's here... almost
You'd like a Zuck cash register in your pocket ... bitch
SC12If ye would have peace, prepare for cluster WAR
SC12Massively parallel 3-D reservoir sims just 1 of the apps in student cluster compo
The reward for good work: not more work, this time
The tablet even Apple haters won't be able to leave alone
Bumwad from bank of Toyland offloaded, more to come
Red world very different from billion-bottomed Earth
Quite high up, fortunately
You're not just a name, you're a NUMBER too
NEWS FLASH: Unencrypted email is not secure
FeatureHow I stopped being a user and started being product
Walking corpse BlackBerry still doing OK on inertia
We hack what we can, not what we should
Bigger fireworks as hacktivists raise their sights
Call credit for cash
Wi-Fi revitalises endangered home phone
Man says thing it was most unlikely he would not say
#Yoink #Naughty-naughty #Ineffectual
AnalysisMicrosoft's vast scary world of versions and APIs
Fanciers clamour for brave dead bird to get top gong
ePub viewer finally tweaked to meet Apple's Ts&Cs
Taxmen let browser bods off easy: They had $15m ready
It takes a village to raise a data child
We're not getting back into phondleslabs any time soon
Rudely exposed 'visor kernel dates from 2004
Cook keeps schtum on crucial mini-fondleslab penetration
The rest? Tools, apps, OS, and the definition of "gigabyte"
Virtual switch and OpenFlow controller needed
Australia gets the best action until Lunar Eclipse hits USA Nov 30th
Data can be in two places at the same time
'We don't want no steenking competition'
Now chips in more than Red Hat, Suse, Ubuntu . . . or Google
Could be a shaggy Sasquatch story
Big setback for Cupertino's scorched-earth patent offensive
Faster without entanglement
Mind-controlled limb carries him 1,350 feet up
El Reg has seen the screen shots and the story stacks up ... mostly
Have you tried turning it off and on again?