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27th > November > 2012 Archive

US & EU celebrate 'Cyber Monday' by seizing 132 websites

Counterfeit-goods sting nets transatlantic miscreants

‘Anonymous’ takes down Texan RFID-tracking school

Hacktivists toying with school district’s site

Visual Studio 2012 Update 1 arrives, first of many

Rapid releases planned to fix bugs, add features

Samsung suppliers broke labour laws, but didn't hire kids

Unveils long list of new policies to stop abuses

Network giants want software-defined network standards

Virtual networks coming to mobile and metro networks … and beyond!

Outsourcing fingered as UBS cops £30m fine

Rogue trader should have been spotted in outsourced report

Man facing rare refusal-to-unlock-encryption charge: Court date set

Accused of DDoS attacks against police, Oxbridge websites

Google plans touchscreen Chromebook for 2013 - report

Chocolate Factory has ordered 20 million own-brand devices

Fallen flash pioneer's CEO bets $600k it can rise again

Must be sick of watching flash newbies grab the big bucks

Tool time with Trevor: 'Organic' sysadmins' spice mush still pretty edible

Sysadmin blogWhen 'eat what's in front of you' just won't wash

Nokia Lumia 820 WinPho 8 review

Smaller, cheaper... nicer blats small privacy bug, ignores GAPING HOLE

Allow anyone to hike your bill? Yes, that's what we call customer convenience

Capita cans Employee Forum a year after launch

No connection with redundancy programme closing, none at all, say sarcastic staffers

Eucalyptus pushes pedal to metal, turns cloud control knob up to 3.2

'Harder on the inside, softer on the outside'

Only Kinect: Microsoft boffins build Minority Report-style tools

Big, expensive goggles no longer compulsory for AR

Druva: We can do a mixture of anything you can do

Voodoo that we do quite different from that which you do

BYOD: A bigger headache for IT bosses than Windows Metro?

Your survival guide to giving users what they want

Peter Moore: IT consultant and Iraq hostage – Part One

InterviewStripped, pistol whipped, cold conked, bored stiff

Amazon's secret UK sales figures revealed by Parliamentary probe

You guys don't buy much from us - honest

Harley allows Apple to use 'Lightning' brand on 'playthings'

Bikers keep rights for lace, ribbons, flowers and bows

Steam stats show surge in honest PC gaming

6 million concurrent users

Yahoo! email! hijack! exploit!... Yours! for! $700!

Cybercrook: It's a bargain, guys... They usually cost way more

ITU to EU: We don't want to control the internet... honest

But who's listening when Google says otherwise

Revealed: Google's manual for its unseen humans who rate the web

Technology? Yes, but also toiling home-workers

Bash Street bytes: Do UK schools really need the Raspberry Pi?

FeatureDoes Britain really need to be a nation of coders?

Elon Musk envisions small town of vegetarians on Mars

Offers $500k one way tickets to 'people in their mid 40s'

Data cops: Facebook privacy plans must be 'modified'

We don't need your consent ... bitch

Second PAC-MAN orbiting SATURN: Local absence of dots explained

'Could be a whole arcade out there,' says NASA boffin

One in 10 Brit smartphone owners 'can't afford' to pay for apps

Beggared themselves buying iPhones, now can't find 69p

Video: High school kids fend off university challenge in student cluster battle

SC12For a little bit, at least...

Power station, airport SCADA defences 'dead as a dodo'

Security bod promises to help fix holes rather than flog exploits

Nowhere to hide for Google users as Play is given Plus treatment

Anyone reviewing products now gets name, photo attached

Conmen swipe 100,000 Brits' sensitive info in fraud bid

Cops probe database ransack, attempted Treasury raid

Lawsuit launched against HP following Autonomy catastrophe

Mad Leo, Whitman both named by shareholders' lawyers

Google parks panzers on Germany's lawn over 'link tax' plan

Geld spricht, Stier Scheiße Wanderungen

Bradley Manning to speak in public for first time in two years

Army private and alleged Wikileaker called as witness

Oracle de-cloaks JavaScript Nashorn project

JavaScript shall speak unto JVM

Cloud-building Fedora 18 goes into beta

OpenStack and Eucalyptus included, OpenShift on the way

Ten technology FAILS

Tech that might have revolutionised your life but you have now completely forgotten

FCC: Let Dish deploy 4G? Imagine a $1bn pile of cash ... ON FIRE

LTE in sat-phone frequencies 'will turn public asset into private windfall'

Nintendo shrinks Wii for Crimbo

Mini Mii for Canada

Ericsson sues Samsung for un-FRANDliness

Empties both barrels of patent shotgun at Koreans

Minnesota store CUPBOARD was full of rocks FOUND ON MOON

Apollo 11 booty shoved in drawer by National Guard

OS/2 a quarter century on: Why IBM lost out and how Microsoft won

Let's pile into the DeLorean to see what might have been

Antarctic discovery: ALIEN LIFE may be FOUND ON MOON of Jupiter

If I can make it here, I can make it anywhere - microbes

New iMac in shop windows FRIDAY but you'll wait to take one home

Literally-bleeding-edge deskslabs use Brit welding

Chevrolets to get 'Eyes Free' mode for driving with Apple Siri

Took my Chevy to the levee, my phone said it was dry

Apple's former retail boss spills magic beans on store strategy

Ron Jonhson on improving icommunities, transforming ilives

Apple granted patent for microphone silhouette

Shambolic Siri's icon blessed by hard-working USPTO drones

Hotel blames burglaries on hacked Onity card locks

UpdatedBlack Hat demo exploited in the wild

Red Hat takes OpenShift platform cloud private

'If you can run RHEL, you're good'

Melbourne IT looks to offload business units

Tough times for SME services

Exec responsible for Apple iOS map fiasco walks the plank

No, not that guy, another guy

LHC CMS yields unexpected 'new stuff'

What’s the ‘matter’? A color-glass condensate - maybe

Astrobioboffins seek funds to search for ALIEN HAIRSPRAY

If a planet has CFCs, it likely has intelligent life

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