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23rd > January > 2013 Archive

‘That’s not art’ says Apple as it pulls nudes from AppStore

I don't care what your friends download, you’re not going out like that young lady

IBM continues to squeeze blue blood from IT stones

Mainframe boost more than covers Power dive

Big Data about to bottom out, says Gartner

Users can't get no 'satisfiction', but they try, but they try, but they try ...

Your eyeballs bagged Google $50 BEEELLION in 2012

Estimate-beating Q4 capped record revenue year

AMD alllllmost promises profitability by year end

Parsing the fine distinction between 'expectations' and 'goals'

HotLink punts freebie SuperVisor virty control freak

Update adds EC2, ESXi 5.1, and vCloud hooks

Google's Native Client browser tech now works on ARM

UpdatedNext up: making it work on every CPU

Australia puts digital frontier at heart of national security plan

Prepares for ‘long, persistent fight’ online with new national Cyber Security Centre

Hydrogen on demand from silicon nanospheres - just add water

Buffalo boffins tout ‘instant energy’ for portable devices

Google to devs: Fork with our cloudy code

Github code trove eases entry to Chocolate Factory’s Cloud Platform

Chinese boffins crack cloaking tech for camouflage

Bend light here and hey presto, your aircraft becomes a bird

APAC PC shipments FALL for first time ever in 2012

Ultrabooks, Windows 8, no match for tablet fever

Storage firms can win big if they buy the RIGHT trendy tech

Blocks and Files:Grab The Next Big Thing early enough and the sky's the limit

DARPA shells out $194m for 'phase 6' of STARnet chip project

Nothing like SkyNet – we hope

Speaking in Tech: 'VCs hate open source because the path to money is longer'

PodcastThe big Dell bet, OpenStack, stalk tech on Facebook and more...

Jocks strap into new gov-funded White Space boffinry base

Silicon Glen is after Silicon Fen's smart radio tech

Cautious Brits less likely than US firms to puff on clouds - survey

'The UK attitude is it is inherently less safe with a third party'

Liferay's not dead yet - but what's keeping it alive?

Open ... and ShutEnterprise portals: U iz doin' it right

EU-wide mega-Leveson 'needed' to silence Press, bloggers

Now write some nice stories about Europe, please - new report

Hackers on anti-Egypt spree bury Egyptology journal in the sand

Bystanders in online war blasted offline

Flash, cloud boom flings storage startups into piles of money

Cloud gateway, flash = storage slingshots for suppliers

Dead Steve Jobs' patent war threat to Palm over 'no-hire pact'

New twist in court claims Apple, Google and pals conspired to keep wages low

Raytheon to build low-orbit, disposable satellites for DARPA

Battlefield viewing from the edge of space

WHOMP! Micron drops middle ground server and storage SSD

Outstanding? Well, er...

UK 4G auction kicks off in total silence

Money is on the table, but no details 'til the fat lady sings

National Audit Office tears government's savings claims in HALF

Not sure how many SMEs suppliers working with gov either

Wad of BlackBerry OS 10 pics 'leaks' from RIM's inner circle

Hundreds of screenshots overflow the web

BT in £52m contract tussle: West Country bumpkins hit with broadband delay

Somerset and Devon still trying to agree terms with telco

Telefónica slapped with €67m anti-competitive fine from EU

Portugal Telecom gets €12m penalty for deal with 'mate'

Dotcom's Mega smacks back: Our crypto's not crap

'The '90s called... they want their password security back'

Ofcom: You like to make CALLS, yeah? Tell us what you want from mobiles

Watchdog asks users for metrics to help it rate operators

UK malls use Google in desperate stab at luring shoppers off the web

Shopping centre management firm signs up to Product Search

Red supergiant Betelgeuse heads for SMACKDOWN with 'dust bar'

'Let's turn on the juice and see what shakes loose'

VMware ponies up $30m for Puppet Labs partnership

Getting down to serious – and heterogeneous – control freakage

'Op! Op! Op!' Gangnam Style earns Google $8m

De gustibus non est disputandum

Tech firms face massive tax bill if Dutch vote to end loopholes

'Dutch sandwich' may be past its sell-by date

Embiggened x86 servers help Super Micro set revenue records

Profits on the mend after flood-driven disk drive pricing snafu

Apple shares dive after quarterly report disappoints Wall Street

Revenues up, but earnings flat

Telstra bets on a software future

Protect your incumbency? There’s an app for that

Samsung beat Apple for most chip purchases in 2012

Meanwhile, PC and notebook makers cut back

Cisco pays $475m for Israeli mobile network firm Intucell

Big payday as Chambers seeks mobile cloud control

Squillions of bytes in one cup of DNA

I/O is rubbish, but DNA will be around once the LTO standard is dust

AMD to get dense about servers – but in a good way

Hires two more chip hotshots to drive down the roadmaps

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