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20th > December > 2012 Archive

After Sandy Hook, Senator calls for violent video game probe

Here we go again

Report: US government plans legal assault on foreign hackers

'So Mr Bond, you have a writ for me?'

Valve hauls down The War Z, offers refunds

Top-selling game on Steam (and most hated)

AWS stops some EC2 servers without warning

‘Retirement’ notifications not entirely accurate or reliable

Yahoo! China! kills! music! search! service!

Plans to sink pirates’ deep links

Apache plug-in doles out Zeus attack

Points victims to ‘Sweet Orange’ exploit server, slurps banking credentials

Former Windows boss Sinofsky lands Harvard teaching gig

After Microsoft, time for a 'sabbatical'

Windows Vista woes killed MS Pinball

There's no Pinball in Win 8 either, and look how well it's going

University of Western Sydney hands out 11k iPads

All students and staff to fondle slabs in ‘blended learning’ plan

Japanese firm lifts lid on Android-controlled toilet

VidiOS fanbois must cross their legs and wait

'NAND flash killer now up to 10,000 times MORE efficient'

Exit amps and enter volts

Euro Commission abandons ACTA court request

No point in flogging the dead horse

High-powered luvvies given new radio home: 'But DON'T disturb the neighbours'

Stars on the ground outrank stars in the sky

Dell slurps BYOD protector firm

Exploiting the Lose Your Own Device phenomenon

Little spider makes big-spider-puppet CLONE of itself out of dirt

There are no strings attached

Wikipedia doesn't need your money - so why does it keep pestering you?

Special Report'Excuse me, just a second. Excuse me. Yes you, sir. Excuse me'

Muppets launch app store guide for little fingers

Big Bird's tips: Less interactivity is more

Boffins cook raw numbers, hope to bake PERFECT kilogram

Say watt? Pass the foil, my balances don't balance....

How many VMs can you stuff in that box? How to get into the VDI biz

All-flash-array start-ups on getting their virtual desktop gigs

Sharp-elbowed BT dives into 4G spectrum auction

Oi, mobile players, gerroff

Windows Firefox stiffs Adobe Flash, plays H.264 YouTube vids

Any HTML5 site using patent-heavy codec welcomed

US patent office: Nice try Apple, but pinch-to-zoom is NOT a new invention

MMMM...How'd that rounded corners thing get through?

Samsung spaffs $3.9bn on chip factory in TEXAS

200 new jobs, expansion starts 2013

Cameron defends U-turn on web filth ban, leaves filtering to parents

'Crude' ISP-level censorship WON'T work, says PM

Wheee....CRUNCH: Google chucks Moto's set-top box biz out window

Gets rid of manufacturing facilities at the same time

PGP, TrueCrypt-encrypted files CRACKED by £300 tool

Plod at the door? Better yank out that power cable

US: We'll drag cyber-spies into COURT from their hideouts

'And Iran to prosecute American programmers for Stuxnet?'

SPUDS ON A PLANE! Boeing boosts in-flight Wi-Fi with tater tech

VidAnd no sign of Samuel L. Jackson

Outlook 2013 spurns your old Word and Excel documents

No love for legacy .doc and .xls files

Oracle's Ellison wanted an NBA team for Xmas - instead he got Eloqua

Database giant slam-dunks $871m to win cloud biz

Dotcom titan funds 'Mark Cuban Chair To Eliminate Stupid Patents'

Minecraft daddy also chucks in $250k as EFF makes patent law a charity case

TSA agrees to review of perv scanner radiation risks

Backscatter testing back under the microscope

Cheaper, slimmer Google Nexus 7 rumored for Q1 2013

$99 rumors persist, despite denials

Cloud Sherpas bags $40m for cloud consulting expansion

Gearing up for high-altitude money-making

RIM tax break gives firm $14m profit for third quarter

Increases cash reserves ahead of BlackBerry 10 launch

Aussies in 'don't understand location services, just use them' shock!

What, you can turn location off?

Apple said to be testing 46, 55-inch big-screen TVs

To be shown at the Consumer Electronics Show in January? Wait a minute...

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