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7th > June > 2013 Archive

Forget phones, PRISM plan shows internet firms give NSA everything

Microsoft, Google, Apple and Yahoo! and others open their legs servers

YES, Xbox One DOES need internet, DOES restrict game trading

Makes a great DVD player otherwise

America's mobile phone unlock block coming unstuck

Sanity comes to Washington

Australia shuts up shop for tech temps

Government clamping down on temporary workers

Reg readers tumesce as they get their tongues round 'podule'

'Podule, podule, podule. Oooh, now I feel dirty'

Wikimedia edges closer to banishing Wikitext

WYSIWYG Wikipedia editor to land in July

Mutton to see here: Chinese dealer offers fondleslabs for sheep

‘Ba-ba black sheep have you any iPhone 5s?’

Singaporean sites protest 'licence to print news' laws

Sites forced to stump up $SGD50k and agree to state censorship

ZTE in 4G boost after 'world-first' VoTD-LTE call

Landmark call could accelerate adoption of FDD alternative

Apple pulls back the iRon curtain to register iWatch trademark in Russia

Fruity firm may be Putin its new tech on Russian wrists

IT staff clamouring to pay for their own BYOD kit, says survey

Let me cough up for my essential work gear or I'll QUIT!

Al Gore: Stop using the atmosphere as 'an open sewer

Data center efficiency must improve to save planet, says activist ex-veep

The fearful price of 4G data coverage: NO TELLY for 90,000 Brits

Could've been 2m, though. And hey, there's free kit to fix it

Seven all-in-ones that aren't the Apple iMac - and one that is

Product RoundupFancy stroking something too big to fit down your trousers?

So, who ought to be the next Doctor Who? It's up to YOU...

PollVote now and we'll start ramping up pressure on the Beeb

Review: Acer Aspire P3 Windows 8 slate

Ultrabook by name, tablet by nature

Google slides its soft finger-fondling into any willing Android doodad

Touchscreen kb app 4 non-txt msg addcts amg us

Nicked unencrypted PC with 6,000 bank details lands council fat fine

Second security cock-up in 2 years costs city £150,000

'I can’t believe Jobs made the statement … Incredibly stupid'

QuotWPlus: No women in security? It's the crap hats

Keltec bemoans spending freeze as sales and profits dive

Recession-ravaged clients keeping loose change in pocket

Help! I’m trapped inside the Chamber of Hollers

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Tech City trials and shouty Scots

Pirate Bay Warg accused of hacking international police database

Danish cops and taxmen also raided

'Time cloak' can hide data - but not the fact there's something to hide

There's no subhead here, nothing to see. Tum-te-tum

Students outraged: Computer refuses to do any work for entire week

One claims to have decided what to do with her life, but UCAS won't let her

BEYOND Marxism: What Google learned from staring Glassily at Norks

¡Bong!Boobs, Noobs and Juche-oriented networked facilitators

Reseller Computacenter LITERALLY smokes out squatters from offices

'Don't mess with us' says chief exec - now that's cloud computing

IBM hit hardest in UK server market bloodbath

Market down by more than a quarter, Big Blue collapses 60%

US spyboss: Yes, we ARE snooping on you, but think of the TERRORISTS

What did you think those NSA guys were doing all day?

Flat is the new bulging, down at Kcom

Graphs more reminiscent of Kate Moss than Jordan, at comms player

Tech patents latest: Google, Cisco search pockets to sling $490m at TiVo

There you go, no need to worry about that trial, eh?

BBC's Digital Moneypit Initiative known to be 'pile of dung' for years

Trust flushed enough licence cash to run Radio 4 down golden CMS toilet

Spotify and Pandora to FACE THE MUSIC as iRadio inks Sony deal

Howd'ya like them Apples

We're losing the battle with a government seduced by surveillance

CommentAnd a hearty 'Screw you!' to the cynical cowards

IT did its small part for US job creation in May

System designers are in demand

Obama weighs in on NSA surveillance imbroglio

'You can't have 100 percent security and also then have 100 percent privacy'

Presto: Facebook reveals exabyte-scale query engine

'Fast queries over a 250 PETABYTE data warehouse? That's nothing!'

HP's Ray Lane faces $100m tax bill over 'sham' tax shelter

Picks accountants like he does software firms

Sneaky new Android Trojan is WORST yet discovered

Sophisticated code stays hidden but can wreak havoc

Google accused of hypocrisy over Glass ban at shareholder shindig

UpdatedStrange things afoot in Google's bathrooms

Lenovo sets sights on server, storage incumbents

If not IBM's System x and BladeCenter, then what?

HP's public cloud revamp to float down the road not taken

Analytics-as-a-service, Moonshot gear, and other 'crazy' ideas

Leaked Obama brief reveals US cyber defense, offense policy

'Severely damaging' attacks with 'little or no warning' approved

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