19th > December > 2012 Archive
Green science or mad?
UpdatedThree down, five more sticky-fingered felons to go
Munging data since 1987
Rack can even be yours if you send money and servers
Ronald didn't ask if kids wanted email with that, angering Oz regulator
Union not happy with anti-piracy education program aimed at cinema staff
Cut price rag trader Vipshop bests all other foreign companies listing in the USA
Staff can be fired for using a mobe in a car, even after hours
City trashed after web slurs, dodgy filters enrage kids
Macro-scale strangeness at a scale visible to the human eye
Watchdog dishes out £300k in fines, starts knocking on doors
The road starts here
Builds takeover defences as it moves into HPC arrays
Canadians forced to hang out with Netflix, EA
Open ... and ShutOut-Facebooking Facebook... bitch!
Orbits Tau Ceti, a star in our night sky
Ad giant must persuade rivals it isn't cheating in search
International Trade Commission declares Motorola finger slip patent invalid
Dump their free email for ours!
But thugs, stalkers will be hauled before the beak
Unnamed 46-year-old currently being quizzed at cop shop
New nasty capable of causing about an hour of annoyance
Publisher drops defiant stance, settles price-fixing case
AU Optronics manager traded info 'in karaoke bars'
'The coffee mugs too, mate. Hand 'em over...'
Pope's astronomer hints at truth hidden in Google
Keepin' it in the 'Valley ... bitch
Intellectual Ventures and RPX play hardball
Why go down the old 'make better maps' route?
PodcastThis year in tech... plus the team grills another American VC
Tellies leak private info to hackers, nothing to see here
The money is moving up the stack, as always
Cupertino must wait a year as GTLD application order announced
If you could just tear yourself from Angry Birds and check your bill...
Cherokee Nation translators build Windows 8 language pack
Set your company on auto-shred, auto-save, and auto-dump on lawyers
Naughty Google hopes to steal NORAD's thunder
Application stores in the clear
LoadLeveler replaced by Platform LSF on x86 clusters