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23rd > May > 2013 Archive

HP: Hey, it could easily have been so much worse

'Turnaround won't be linear' - did I really say that?

Prenda lawyers miss sanctions deadline

$US1k per day extra penalty - each

US power grid the target of 'numerous and daily' cyber-attacks

Report finds utilities vulnerable, threatened

Kim Dotcom claims invention of two-factor authentication

Mega-patent from Megaupload baron

Report: China IP theft now equal in value to US exports to Asia

Stricter security testing, sanctions and legal counterhacking needed

Tea, Earl Grey, hot! NASA blows $125k on Star Trek 3D FOOD PRINTER

We all know it'll really be 'Press Control-P for pizza'

Herschel Space Observatory spots galaxies merging

VIDEOA long time ago in a galaxy far, far, away

SCADA security is better and worse than we think

AUSCERT 2013'Kill chains' are long and attack-stopping weak links are many

Fairphone goes on sale to all

The Android handset that's PC can be yours

Footy lovers hit in Wembley playoff card snatch scam

Man on - in the middle, claims club

Social network bins Beijing's banned buzzwords

Japan's 'Line' scares international users by complying with Chinese law

AMD's three new low-power chips pose potent challenge to Intel

Is AMD (finally) getting its groove back?

Yahoo! Oz! PAYS! Punters! Pittance! To! Search!

Toolbar tie-up with supermarket yields 50 cents a month

Microsoft melds SkyDrive Pro and SharePoint

Local access still matters

Happy 23rd birthday, Windows 3.0

The OS with three different memory modes chalks up another anniversary

LOHAN is GO! Reg spaceplane BLASTS OFF on 14 September

Pocket ballocket to go ballistic - but where?

Backup bods Veeam quietly gobbling up ever-greater market share

Slow and steady really does win the race

IBM gets ready to push more UK and Irish bods overboard

ExclusiveBig Blue set to become Somewhat Smaller Blue

Spam and the Byzantine Empire: How Bitcoin tech REALLY works

AnalysisEverything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask

What's that Dell? You're out? HDS punts pay-per-use cloud storage

Pay us, pay the other guy, we're not fussed

Aha, I see you switched on your mobile Wi-Fi. YOU FOOL!

PNL bug still leaving door open to hackers - security bod

Microsoft and pals: Save the global economy by NOT ripping us off

World to get $73bn if it would only use licensed software - survey

George Soros pumps £50m into fibre-gobbling ISP Hyperoptic

Wants to sign up 500k UK homes by 2018

SAP in search of autistic software engineers who 'think different'

Pilot scheme goes global after team productivity boost

China's exposed crack cyberspy crew dumps 'most' of its kit

APT1 team 'retooling' as they lick their wounds - report

Virgin Media slides fat 10Gbps pipes into Murdoch's BSkyB

I wanna be your backhaul man

Brit spooks bugged Edward VIII's phones, records reveal

Plus Churchill and Stalin had a massive drinkathon in Moscow

Apple cored: Samsung sells 10 million Galaxy S4 in a month

Beware of South Koreans bearing Android

'Leccy car biz baron Elon Musk: Thanks for the $500m, taxpayers...

Tesla repays the Feds nine years early

Penguin pays $75m to settle ebook price-fixing case

Apple left to swing it out with DoJ

New York cop in alleged love-polyhedron email hack spree

Veteran plod 'blew $4k on romanta-rival logins'

Another Chinese thing you can see from space: Lenovo's sales

'Lenovo', or 'what we call PCs now'

Northamber now lacks Mack, who will take up AV boss's slack?

Channel doyen Allan legs it from stumbling distie giant

Samsung flogs slim, flashy new model: Protection included

Server-level SSD gets endurance, capacity upgrade

Tipsters exposed after South Africa's national police force hacked

Whistleblowers, crime victims laid bare by 'Anon splinter group'

Orange customer clobbered with SIX-FIGURE phone bill

If your handset's overheating, check your data connection

Google slashes App Engine NoSQL data storage prices by 25 per cent

Amazon cuts DynamoDB costs, and Google follows suit

Internet2 superfast-boffinry network peers with Azure cloud

Microsoft waives data egress rates for researchers

Yahoo! continues quest for youth with yet another acquisition

PlayerScale purchase gives foothold in gaming market

Joyent cuts prices on cloudy infrastructure

Aligns with AWS instances, and offers the same or lower prices

Facebook Home phone plans canned in the UK

Support for new devices put on ice as well

Google to double encryption key lengths for SSL certs by year's end

2048-bit keys will be the norm

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