15th > February > 2013 Archive
Unloaded his entire stake in just 12 months
'It is a period of civil war. A rebel network admin, striking from an IP address … '
PaaS clouds not easy to run if you don't RTFM
Turns in slightly better 2012 than expected, looks forward to 2013
Two systems to rule them all
Then how about Plan A version 2.0, Mr. CFO?
'Is this the right room for an argument?'
Transmuting switches to tap aggregators to tap into a new source of revenues
Find phone, press buttons in weird sequence, invade privacy, call anyone
Smartphones and fondleslabs will do the work of 345 officers
Twist star 'stiffed' by app, sues HP
Spread peace and joy, get £15,000 a year. Maybe
It's all about context, says the data protection watchdog
ExclusiveWho's hooked all the juiciest Spring fish?
It's what Steve Jobs would have wanted
Storage kit maker reports better-than-expected Q3 results
QuotwPlus: 'There have been no sightings of dead bodies rising'
Enraged fanbois lead fruit emporium to rebrand
Oakley Capital owner slurps
FeatureHybrid, multi-media home networking made easy
'1-tweet hacker' posts, er, Drake song lyrics...
PollBrews for all tastes, with a nasty dash of 'cofftea'
Flawed system relies on kids - and adults - being honest about their age
Something for the Weekend, Sir?I keep on pushing but it won’t go in
Try Windows 8 without the Windows 8
UpdatedMighty strike appears to register on Earthquake detector
Costs, sales blamed as execs grope beneath cushions
'Insane' car's victim 'saw life flash before eyes'
You want unlimited data with that?
¡Bong!Google Glasses and The MIRACLE of the ALPS
This time with sequins on though
2e2 collapse to hit channel, customers, investors
Tech Products CEO leaves amid restructure
Open-sourcers struggle against hostile snake snatch
Never mind, revenues are up ... plus fibre is sexy again
150 staff given future, thoughts now turn to customers
Traditional IT companies nervously stare at ground
Get it for your Galaxy Nexus or Nexus 4
Alcohol and fighting games – what could go wrong?
'Procedural operations error' leads to lengthy cloud cleanup
Company laptops impounded, no evidence user data compromised
DE-STAR lasers proposed to vaporize incoming space invaders
Cranks up CPUs and FPGAs on PureData, formerly known as Netezza