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15th > March > 2013 Archive

Nelson Mandela's island prison hell to become game

Win and you become the boss

Police accuse Reuters hack of helping Anonymous hackers

Social media editor aided Tribune defacement

Google makes BigQuery easier to question

SQL commands let devs probe BigQuery AaaS

Microsoft Surface Pro sales CANNIBALIZING Surface RT

Redmond's slab slump continues despite Windows 8 model

Don't buy a Google car: They might stop it while you're driving

Reader removal rage spreads far and wide

Apple tears itself away from iThings to squash Mac OS X bugs

Mountain Lion v10.8.3 lands with 20+ security fixes

Samsung's new Galaxy S 4: iPhone assassin or Android also-ran?

Software distinguishes 'a life companion for richer, simpler life'

NORKS says USA attack took it offline ... as if anyone could tell

US blamed for 'despicable and base acts' on its interwebs

Boeing outlines fix for 787 batteries

Venting batteries produced 'smoke' that wasn't, no fire, performed as planned

Drunk driving: No more dangerous than talking on handsfree mobe

'Should be allowed', advise researchers

LG: Oi! Samsung's not the only one with eyeball-tracking smartphones

Little Brother is watching you

Crack Bombe squad dismantles Reg encryption in an hour

It's no Enigma. Plus GCHQ seeks apprentice SPIES


Servers’n’sofas challenge reveals racks and stacks in the oddest places

Who's riddling Windows PCs with gaping holes? It's your crApps

New study: Microsoft slashes bugs, Java and Adobe bring up the rear

Private billion buck HPC player? You're going to have to go public - and SOON

CommentHey, DataDirect: You can only hold off for so long...

Reader slain? 'Even the Google apologists on G+ are p****d off'

QuotwPlus: 'How many more hours are your servers going to be down?'

Trip the fight fantastic

Game TheoryTomb Raider, Aliens Colonial Marines, Crysis 3, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and more…

Watch out, office bods: A backdoor daemon lurks in HP LaserJets

Aah, telnet. We meet again

LOHAN hooks up with top-flight rocketeer

Spaceplane team welcomes aboard new member

OpenSUSE 12.3: Proof not all Linux PCs are Um Bongo-grade bonkers

ReviewKDE looks slick, stuff works, no Ubuntu-style ad-ware

Googlification of Britain: Forget 'IT worker', we're all just 'digital' now

Brit public sector 'must be imbued by culture of web generation'

German reselling giant Bechtle breaks €2bn sales barrier

Profit engine not so efficient

BOFH: My HELPDESK HELL - lies, phones lines and statistics

Episode 2Support call numbers are PLOTTING against me

UK cops, boffins to crack out war plan against cyber-crims

Shock find: Hackers not just title of an Angelina Jolie flick

EU red-tape slash shock: New tool defuses web shop argy-bargies

Bad luck, lawyers, shopping gripe site approved

Touch screens and greasy mitts: All you need is glove

Something for the weekend, sir?Giving Will.I.Am the finger

Samsung Galaxy S 4: A slim stripper with palms hovering over its body

South Koreans tout THESE killer features you can't live without, probably

Beijing IT biz taunts Microsoft: Show us your licence for Office 365

If papers aren't in order, it could end up on China's block list

MIT crypto pioneers scoop Turing Award

Nobel Prize of computing goes to Goldwasser and Micali

HTTPS cookie crypto CRUMBLES AGAIN in hands of stats boffins

Keep calm and carry on ciphering with RC4 - for now

Report: EMC, IBM sniffing around hoster SoftLayer

A quick and virty hybrid cloud for VMware?

Google+ architect: What was so great about Reader anyway?

Google pumps users for info to take Reader features to the "modern world"

CCTV hack takes casino for $33 MILLION in poker losses

Australian Ocean's 11 crew rigs high-stakes poker tourney

Can VMware boost profits by expanding from data centers to clouds?

AnalysisGelsinger & Co. think so – and thus Virtzilla is born

Samsung's new co-CEO: 'Windows isn't selling very well'

Claims Android, Tizen, innovation will beat Apple

Schmidt still scanning the skies 50 years after defining the quasar

InterviewEl Reg talks with legendary astronomer about gamma rays, GPS, and Hitler

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