21st > December > 2012 Archive
Company claims 'exclusive right' to brand
Novadigm redux, and another solid quarter turned in
Dropping its anti-Apple injunction requests didn't distract regulators
VidPyongyang Racer offers tour of capital's monuments
Opposes Trading Post, Carsales tie-up, delays Adam Internet swoop
Burning question: Will move satisfy über-Instagrammer Kim Kardashian?
Japan surges, but just two Chinese companies scored big numbers of US patents
Anonymous colonises 'Social Number', where you're a number not a name
Great Firewall foiled … for now
State-sponsored snoopers suspected of large scale incursion
Hardly the end of the world, OR IS IT?
GCHQ: Er, I think you'll find...
VidBricks, camera, GPS nav ... next step, world domination
AnalysisBlockbuster: Awesome, I don't need to lift a finger...
Hands evolved to fight for sex, not to play Paganini
Atom can't tell up from down in 'quantum spin liquid'
Bodged code, strapped-on patches, beellion dollar screw-ups... and that's the good stuff
Dosh to 'leverage cloud-based management paradigms'. Argh
QuotwPlus: 'The rules are inconvenient, don't make sense and lack a scientific basis'
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow... with cash
Tax, schmax. 10,000 gift hunters can't be wrong?
It's a low-powered red herring
A Lightning connector AND filthy USB? That's not how Cupertino works
If we sniff a private virty network... you're toast
Frenchman chains iGinpalace to dockside in payout row
Big Brother knows you turned down that PHP dev role
Keep up with future needs
Backhaul rates unjustified, rules Ofcom
NetApp, Amazon unleash Private Storage for speed freaks... but it'll cost you
Sysadmin blogCool tech, nice PRs, breaking the server-client tether: This was 2012
Is that blood in the water, or just more red ink?
Thrown out of Google Play, now back in another bazaar
Bug anyone you want for a buck
UK smartphoners prefer Android, but not as much as their EU brethren
Wants consumers to have the tools to manage data
Flips switch on Data Pipeline automagic bit shifter
'Operation Game Over' going well
Free Software Foundation protest against 'more restrictive' Windows 8