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22nd > November > 2012 Archive

Facebook proposes killing off user voting on policy changes

Brief flirtation with democracy put down

.WTF? Governments object to .sucks, .army and .airforce

ICANN releases lists of government objections to new gTLDs

Patent suit targets Formlabs and Kickstarter

3D Systems lays out claim over stereolithography

CERN rushes to install new anti-matter hunter

Sprinting to get ALPHA-2 working before 2013 shutdown

One week left before US faces clamp down on piracy

Major ISPs combine on six strikes policy

Human Rights Watch proposes new laws of robotics

Wants autonomous 'bots banned before Predators become Terminators

Pakistan bans 'immoral' late night mobe deals

Whatever you're talking about late at night, Pakistan doesn't want to hear it

Toshiba boffins build nuke-proof 'bot

Four-legged unit destined for Fukushima clean-up duties


Ape-man roaming Kentish streets? Must be Friday night

Asus eyes China and Japan for private cloud growth

Hardware giant could tap BYOD with international expansion

Cloud upstart Nirvanix bins another round of US sales bods

New sales boss broom sweeps out staff

Public sector 2 YEARS behind biz on cloud adoption - suppliers

Gov services framework will be fluffier next year

Apple DID buy social video network - check out this BONKERS lawsuit

Employee alleges Color Labs boss 'intimidated' workers with Glock-toting pal

Taito's Double Dragon

Antique Code ShowWorks wonders?

Springtime for Red Hat, springtime for Salesforce ...

Open ... and ShutBut WINTER for SAP and Oracle

Why did Comet fail? Hint: It wasn't just the credit insurers

If you can't bark with the big dogs, get off the porch

McAfee takes time off blogging to concentrate on being chased by police

He 'almost' sold tat to reporter while disguised as a peddler

London Underground platform Wi-Fi set to cost £2 daily for many

And will drop out once the train leaves for everyone

Mighty 4 Terabyte whopper crashes down on the desktop

Three platters piled high with Caviar for data gobblers

Raspberry Pi seller calls for hack match contestants

24 hours to bake the best Pi rig

Microsoft's Surface bait-and-switch won't make people buy Windows 8

Open... and ShutWe want a total package, not just an OS

Extreme teleworking: A Reg hack reports from the internet's frontier

SPB carves new cyberspace out of frosty mountain notspot

Fanbois: The Next Generation. YOUR CHILDREN belong to Apple now

Hey, Santa Claus, you ****, where's me ****ing iPad?

Judge to Apple: You WILL tell Samsung what you got from HTC

Cupertino's US tax on smartphones likely to be flat

Can supermodel Heidi Klum save Windows 8? Not so fast

FeatureMS mixed messages to biz and leggy Germans

Microsoft said to be building Apple TV adversary


Plan to let you phone people up from within Facebook

Well, not you. Unless you happen to be French

Asus VivoBook S200 11.6in touchscreen notebook review

Taking a swipe at Windows 8

Team Venus disappears at computer sports smackdown

SC12Cluster warriors: On your marks... 'Oh, no what was my password again?'

Boffins: Jurassic avians were more like Angry birds than modern ones

Couldn't flap wings, needed a push or jump to get going

Legal wigs to sort out rules on internet defamation, contempt

The law is the law, but we only have so many courts

BBC Newsnightmare: Opera chief brought in as new DG

He knows a few fat singing ladies - but this isn't over

RIM shares jump as analyst decides it isn't as dead as he thought

Could edge out Microsoft for last place, suspects chap

Nickers nab Assassin's Creed cache in Benelux blag

Ubisoft's latest snatched in haulage heist

Italians deploy fearsome SPY MANNEQUINS to win Fashion Wars

Bony plastic ladies whose eyes really do follow you

Firefox and Opera squish big buffer overflow bugs

Mozilla drops iFrames in sandbox, Opera mends Gmail glitch

'Brit Bill Gates' Lynch: Only Mad Leo Apotheker understood Autonomy

'I'm not going to be HP's scapegoat'. Errm ...

Apple chief Cook is highest paid CEO in America

Black Friday bargains? They're for peasants. Like Ellison

Lawrence 'Empire Strikes Back' Kasdan to pen future Star Wars script

Luke, I am your author

NASA's Mars rovers feel effects of TITANIC DUST STORM

Vast billows heat red world's atmosphere by 25 DEGREES!

NoSQL's CAP theorem busters: We don't drop ACID

'We are not relational fans here'

APPLE reveals complete updated blueprints of SPACESHIP JOBS

PicsGigantic doughnut mothership to 'eliminate public'

eBay: It's safe to buy busted lava lamps and bug-infested rugs again

XSS vuln squished; hackers could have made you bid

Data cops seek 'urgent clarification' on new Facebook advertiser plans

We advertise to you next to your own content ... bitch

Thanksgiving in orbit: Irradiated turkey, yam-and-marshmallow mix

And two bemused Russians, 'odours' to share it with

Plan your BLACK FRIDAY CHARGE: Google shop maps go desktop

Bags of smoke, loads of aggression, straight up the middle

FCC plans to make Twitter, mobile networks disaster proof

'It's an essential part of life'

Team Taiwan: We're ready to win this thing

SC12Cluster compo champs look set to do it again...

No iMacs on Black Friday, Grey Thursday or even Cyber Monday

Any day of the week is sales day, unless you want Apple's new desktop

ACCC calls for liberalised copyright in Oz

Good sense breaks out

Sandy 'Mary Celeste' Island undiscovered - again

Radio hams beat science by a decade

Google avoids tax with ‘Double Irish Dutch Sandwich’

Australian Minister explains money-shifting moves used by Google, Apple and others

WIMP-seeking detector flooded

It’s okay, that’s what’s meant to happen

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