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19th > November > 2012 Archive

Cisco to acquire Meraki for $1.2bn

Payday for Google as Cisco establishes cloud networks division

Boffins biff over ‘twisted radio’

Is infinite capacity possible?

'Mount Doom' rumbling ominously

Did someone toss a ring into the Kiwi volcano used as LoTR movies' Mordor?

World Bank says world likely to warm by four degrees

Current greenhouse gas reduction schemes can't stop things getting hotter

Drone security project to go open source

DARPA project to stop droneware being hacked will see some software freed

Chinese regulator pays to bust state internet monopoly

Command economics will see state-funded take on state-owned telcos

Georgian police chiefs cuffed in cyber spy plot

Bodyguard recorded conversations, uploaded arguments to YouTube

Housewife iPhone mules on trial in China

Shenzhen court hears how Apple kit crossed border in hands of unlikely smugglers

Police mirth after plastic plod puts out call for 'PC World'

His boss is Dixons of Dock Green

Brit retailers tell Amazon and Google to pay their taxes

Your tax avoidance is killing our business, mate

AT&T relaunches walkie-talkie style service Push to Talk

Pink Dog this is Rubber Chicken, over

Freeview to be nudged down to clear 5G bands in 2018

Until then, tons of room for HD telly and White Space

Dell gives the back of its hand to Backup Exec, cuddles AppAssure

Dell Storage ForumGoes mad on Compellent

We CAN'T GET ENOUGH Windows 8 tablets, moan distributors

Fortunately, not many people want one yet

Mozilla needs to find alternatives to the Google umbilical

Open ... and ShutAn open web don't come for nothin'

Dell looks around for an all-Flashy gobblement opportunity

Man, I am so baked on this subject, says veep

How can the BBC be saved from itself without destroying it?

Special reportA decade of daftness leaves unique feature of British life on the brink

Cashless Comet to close 41 stores, axe 500 jobs

Only slim chance of morph into Dixons, Maplins

Microsoft trying to lock customers into volume deals

Fees to rise after 'manage and deploy' handouts canned

LOHAN enfolds SPEARS in passionate embrace - explicit unclad pics

Oops, I chipped it again

Speaking in Tech: Saucy emails, Belize bath salts, Sinofsky and more

PodcastPlus, McAfee looks really buff for 67

Judge confirms Google's miserly $22.5m Safari privacy FTC payout

Don't be evil. Starting in 2014

Windows Phone 8 reboot woe causes outpouring of forum misery

Bloody thing keeps reboo / god dammit, back aga / ...

Chips in spaaaaace: old tech is in

It's Not Rocket ScienceWhy what's cutting edge up there is older than what's à la mode down here

Astronauts (or other 'nauts) could find life on Mars quite healthy

New revelations suggest radiation-safe caves, ice

Apple iCloud collapse forces fanbois to shower, meet face-to-face

Put some shoes on, iMessage, FaceTime is down

Apple said to have let the name of the next OS X cat out of the bag

It's not Garfield, Felix, Bill, nor 'in-the-Hat'

Telcos react coldly to renewed smut-censoring push

You want it done, do it yourself and face the music

Space station 'nauts in successful plonkdown to wrap Expedition 33

Female station commander and minions hit Kazakhstan

Why IT chiefs are irrelevant to Microsoft's Windows 8 strategy

Redmond looks to barge its way in via BYOD

How spreadsheets (nearly) conquered and killed the financial industry

Would you trust millions on an Excel formula?

Can't wait for Nvidia? Try these Italian baby ARM clusters with GPU options

E4 Computer peddles a chip off of Mont Blanc

Search and rescue: Why Facebook AND Yahoo! need Microsoft

CommentZuck pact with Purple Palace doesn't exist

Golden Leonids shower down as Earth rolls through comet's tail

VidsStreaking starlets enthrall goggling skyvoyeurs

Kelway escapes Euro gloom, goes on sales-tax-free Asian adventure

Brit reseller loving life in IT’s growth zone

Acer CloudMobile S500 Android phone review

Handset of the year? No, really

Facebook lets admen have a rummage through your shopping bags

Our customers need to see you wiggle ... bitch

Sun BELCHES twice, mighty plasma loops miss Earth - NASA vid

Immense gas-lassos snare only empty void

John McAfee blogs for help, offers $25K reward for neighbour's killer

Disguises include: Man selling burritos, drunk German tourist

DoCoMo tests blackout-proof hydrogen cell base station in Japan

Ready for the next tsunami

HDMI hitch hounds Mac Mini holders

Apple owners await firmware fix

Apple falls as rivals shake green tech tree

Wipro wipes up

Big Blue hands bulging $4bn suitcase to partners to grease IT sales

Let's see if some liquidity can slide kit out the door

Cash-strapped Comet sheds ANOTHER 735 staff

It's P45s for Xmas as Deloitte Santa gets sacking

US paper spaceplane disintegrates at 107,000ft

El Reg denies laser weapon destroyed Indiana uni's Geronimo

Design guru: Windows 8 is 'a monster' and 'a tortured soul'

Aaagh: 'Dozens of carnival barkers yelling at you'

Dish flirted with MetroPCS, but went home with Google in the end

Just wants someone to fill its virginal spectrum

UPHEAVAL as Otellini retires: Will Intel look inside?

Chipzilla chieftain's surprise exit

Super-thin iMacs WILL be here for Xmas, cram warehouses even NOW

Oh Santa, you scared me! fanbois gasp

Petraeus appeal: STOP BUBBA the Love Sponge FRYING a KORAN

Shockjock and awe - Love-rat CIA boss just keeps giving

HP ProLiant SL270s Gen8 beast masters eight coprocessors

Nvidia Tesla, Intel Xeon Phi – do my bidding math

Intel roadmap leak shows quad-core Atoms for 2014

Shift to 22nm and faster clock speeds for Bay Trail-T

Telework trial relying on plans hatched for IT workers

Australian government agencies chase 12 per cent work-from-home target

Retailers report slow Windows 8 sales, low demand

With 'Vista problem' solved, customers see no need to upgrade

Kiwis demo DARPA-funded rocket project

VideoLaunch tests high-density propellant

Republicans deny Hollywood pressure to pull copyright proposal

Paper only had half the story apparently

IBM drops Lotus brand from next version of Notes

UpdateVenerable brand to survive in other products

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