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11th > December > 2012 Archive

Is 'activestor' Icahn circling sickly HP?

Time for Hewletts and Packards to step up, take it private

Russian ransomware strikes Queensland doctor

Seven years of patients' files encrypted by crooks

GhostShell hackers release 1.6 million NASA, FBI, ESA accounts

Hacktivist crew signs off for Christmas

Dell tunes up servers for high freaky traders

Making a PowerEdge sit up and shark on Wall Street

New transistor tech could beat silicon and save Moore's Law

IEDMIndium gallium arsenide tapped for smaller, faster chips

Toshiba reveals spin transfer RAM

Beats SRAM power consumption by 90% thanks to perpendicular magnetization

Last moon landing was 40 years ago today

Apollo 17 touched down on December 11th

Bye Bye Moto: Google pulls plug on Motorola Korea

R&D job cuts in the offing as restructuring continues

Parliament: Snoop Charter plan 'too sweeping', 'misleading', 'suspicious'

'Goes much further than it need or should'

Storage disks now shipping at over 7 Exabytes a quarter

University of Maximegalon to regain parking lots at last?

Huawei to build R&D centre in Nokia’s back yard

Finland facility will focus on Android AND Windows Phone 8 UIs

Apple's iOS 6 maps STILL muddle Mildura

Directions now head in right direction, but Oz town still in wrong spot on the map

Earthworm Jim

Antique Code ShowGroovy!

Mother of All Whistlers: Virgin Media superhub. Listen to recordings

AudioMajestic whine

Silicon Roundabout £50m THING to spew 200 startups A YEAR

Mentoring and incubating Blighty out of recession

The Sons of Kahn and the assembly language of the internet

StobC# hath become a lonely path. And the Beast hath shut its gates against us

Another Usenet download haven axed, Leeds pirates avoid jail wasn't actually that legal

Yo, storage geeks: Fancy a bit of scale-out fun time?

StoragebodXmas comes early... for me at least

Boffins spot 7 ALIEN WORLDS right in our galactic backyard

Confirmed Milky Way exoplanets could be home to ETs

Deputy PM: Rip up Snoop Charter, 'go back to the drawing board'

Bruised Home Sec admits she'll 'accept the substance' of gripes against net spy law

Review: Samsung Series 9 super slim notebook

An ideal Win 7 machine, get it while you can

OMG: RIM adds VoIP to its stealth social network

You down with OTT? Yeah you know me

The latest tech firm to be accused of tax dodging: Microsoft

UpdatedJoins Amazon and Google on list of shame

Big Data in creepy hook-up with big-game whales

Open ... and ShutData-crunchers' dark side

Project delays slam Redstone sales, profits fly as costs fall

Turnaround gurus steer managed service player on course

Look out, world! Are you ready for John McAfee: THE MOVIE?

Reader pollAntivirus thrillseeker flogs manhunt film rights

Microsoft notices Xbox gamers actually slack-jawed TV fans, adds 43 new apps

Xbox Live service gets new video channels

Phoenix IT Group injects fresh blood, hopes to heal from accounting boo-boos

Grabs several outsiders to help pull it out of dip

Sheryl Sandberg offloads $41.5m in Facebook shares in just 6 weeks

Chief Operating Officer ditched $26m as a little Xmas bonus

YES! It's the TARDIS PC!

'It doesn't roll along on wheels, you know'

Dr Alex Moulton: 'An inspiration for generations of engineers'

ObitInventor of small-wheel bike, Mini suspension dies at 92

Stephen Hawking gets $3m physics prize from tycoon

'Failed physicist' Russian tech baron throws millions at CERN boffins too

Pica8 bundles up OpenFlow controller, switches for SDN newbies

Making software-defined networks easy

'Kids' apps STILL siphoning too much info from mobes' - FTC boss

Apple and Google under fire for poor standards

Bio-integrated circuitry melds man and machine

IEDMFlexible circuitry mimics skin, brain, human tissue

Girl gang targets Microsoft's Seattle stores for $5,000 theft spree

Sounds like a job for the Rain City Superhero Movement

Intel launches Atom S Series at servers

ARM doesn't have 64-bit (yet), so it isn't a server chip (yet)

Microsoft rolling out Windows Phone 8 update in Europe

Rumored to fix rebooting, Wi-Fi issues

Attacker steals ‘old passwords’ from Oz defence academy site

Security fail sparks usual hypegasm

Samba 4 arrives with full Active Directory support

Free Windows Server alternative gains modern features

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