27th > November > 2012 Archive
Counterfeit-goods sting nets transatlantic miscreants
Hacktivists toying with school district’s site
Rapid releases planned to fix bugs, add features
Unveils long list of new policies to stop abuses
Virtual networks coming to mobile and metro networks … and beyond!
Rogue trader should have been spotted in outsourced report
Accused of DDoS attacks against police, Oxbridge websites
Chocolate Factory has ordered 20 million own-brand devices
Must be sick of watching flash newbies grab the big bucks
Sysadmin blogWhen 'eat what's in front of you' just won't wash
Smaller, cheaper... nicer
Allow anyone to hike your bill? Yes, that's what we call customer convenience
No connection with redundancy programme closing, none at all, say sarcastic staffers
'Harder on the inside, softer on the outside'
Big, expensive goggles no longer compulsory for AR
Voodoo that we do quite different from that which you do
Your survival guide to giving users what they want
InterviewStripped, pistol whipped, cold conked, bored stiff
You guys don't buy much from us - honest
Bikers keep rights for lace, ribbons, flowers and bows
6 million concurrent users
Cybercrook: It's a bargain, guys... They usually cost way more
But who's listening when Google says otherwise
Technology? Yes, but also toiling home-workers
FeatureDoes Britain really need to be a nation of coders?
Offers $500k one way tickets to 'people in their mid 40s'
We don't need your consent ... bitch
'Could be a whole arcade out there,' says NASA boffin
Beggared themselves buying iPhones, now can't find 69p
SC12For a little bit, at least...
Security bod promises to help fix holes rather than flog exploits
Anyone reviewing products now gets name, photo attached
Cops probe database ransack, attempted Treasury raid
Mad Leo, Whitman both named by shareholders' lawyers
Geld spricht, Stier Scheiße Wanderungen
Army private and alleged Wikileaker called as witness
OpenStack and Eucalyptus included, OpenShift on the way
Tech that might have revolutionised your life but you have now completely forgotten
LTE in sat-phone frequencies 'will turn public asset into private windfall'
Mini Mii for Canada
Empties both barrels of patent shotgun at Koreans
Apollo 11 booty shoved in drawer by National Guard
Let's pile into the DeLorean to see what might have been
If I can make it here, I can make it anywhere - microbes
Literally-bleeding-edge deskslabs use Brit welding
Took my Chevy to the levee, my phone said it was dry
Ron Jonhson on improving icommunities, transforming ilives
Shambolic Siri's icon blessed by hard-working USPTO drones
UpdatedBlack Hat demo exploited in the wild
'If you can run RHEL, you're good'
Tough times for SME services
No, not that guy, another guy
What’s the ‘matter’? A color-glass condensate - maybe
If a planet has CFCs, it likely has intelligent life