7th > November > 2012 Archive
Still disposing of 'LMDs of profit destruction'
Who remembers their BBC BASIC syntax?
Government wants no truck with 'unscrupulous people'
VideoAnd who said that American innovation was on the wane?
Says ASCAP is being unreasonable on rates
Backbone vendors throw hats in the air
'We are the birth mother of OpenStack'
Elaborate attack watches CPU activity on co-located VM, retrieves crypto key
Canadian university claim no adverse effects from first tests
Piezoelectric magic offers hope to fat-fingered typers
Govt restrictions and local rivals undermine Android advantage
'People do think I'm grumpy ... CHRIST this is ugly code'
Phondleslabs now using cellular merely to fill in gaps
Open ... and ShutDomination now and FOREVER
Lowest share in 5 years - still almost 90 per cent
Will you paddle happily in your Flash Pool?
FeatureApparently, a way to make smartphones much, much better phones
Sorry iPhone fanbois, no bonking for you though
Company repeatedly mixed up pair with same name, DOB
Read the 'rithmetic on righted 'riting from Chipzilla
99.996 per cent uptime. Not 99.995, not 99.997: 99.996
NSFWCatholic church condemns candid casket calendar
Welcomes users after saying goodbye to boss
Microsoft caters for Apple community
AnalysisWe're private sector! Auntie's shock claim
When only a huge, bloated military contractor can help
Home Office topple coppers take trip to Stoke
MonitorHow an overweight computer expert took on a Europe-wide conspiracy and won
If it works, don't fix it. Kill it and go P2P
Dixons to recruit 2,000 for festive peak season
Logical seven-inch extension of SmartGlass?
Or a man, of course. Just doing our bit for equality
Quite literally inside the mind of the CTO
Cupertino ordered to pay $368m as FaceTime infringes VPN tech
Playing catch up
Lawyers, plods to meet following 'preliminary enquiries'
Sysadmin blogPenguins and Windows kids pull strings
Plexus finds Facebook status suddenly 'single'
Plays the joker in the PCIe card game
Google strikes again leaving Player moist and lumpy
Slab market is OURS, says so right in the Bible
I think we all know who the real enemy is
It's not the years, it's the mileage, say docs
Dazzling new solutions or irritating new hype?
Official directs voters to PERSONAL HOTMAIL
Apple founder's name goes up above the front door
Aims to get in below the ground floor
O please please let us fondle our spreadsheets
Or maybe, just maybe a 5.2in iPhone 6
Turns a profit, worries about the US and Europe
Still built in China, though
It says 'bumwad from Bank of Toyland' right on it
Fiendish mobe impossible to make in any numbers
China's 'Silicon Valley' builds bricks that let water IN
$800 a customer, and we'll throw in spectrum too
Fast flash memory lovin' for your virty storage boxes
Data warehousing gets handier with Hadoop
UpdatedKernel contributors sent packing
Buying content by the friend