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4th > July > 2013 Archive

Samsung slurps set-top streamer

Boxee deal rumoured at $US30M

Applied Micro, Mitac show off X-Gene ARM servers

This is about more than ARM, it is about making hardware malleable

Decade to 2010 was hottest, wettest: WMO

Records reveal a procession of records

It's alive! Shared-nothing migration puts the spark into Hyper-V

Freedom of movement

Boston U claims LED patent, files against tech giants

Apple, Amazon, Samsung splattered by sueballs

India's IT giants left gasping after water shortage

Strike by suppliers nearly cripples IT services industry

Apple back in court as Shanghai firm takes offence at Siri

Shanghai Zhizhen wants Cupertino to stop making all Siri kit

IT bloke inadvertently broadcasts smut on vast public screen

Cock up cockup chap flings grumble disc out of window - too late

NBN study: the analyst view

Under the hood of El Reg's crowd-funded study

Vulns 'like a hacker camped in the server room' all across the net

So says Metasploit man. Unless our servers have been hacked, anyway

Olympus trio escape jail but firm fined £4.6 MEEELION

Execs walk free despite part in massive accounting scandal

Flogging an iTunes app? Just 4k downloads will get you in Top 10

And if you're thinking of releasing a new one, do it on a Sunday

Oracle's Sun rises over ZFS and Pillar

Axiomatic, my dear Ellison? Possibly not

Fines 4 U: Mobe insurer cops £3m penalty for grumble dumping

'Simply not good enough', snarls regulator

If BlackBerry were a bunch of startups, would you invest?

AnalysisSilver lining is hard to find, but it's there

Report: IPCom gets rich off Deutsche Telekom patent payment

Deal worth 'low-to-medium triple-digit millions of euros'

Emulex 'hired Goldman Sachs to find themselves a buyer' - report

Company tight-lipped, 'insiders' spill beans

Win 8 man Sinofsky's 'retirement' deal: $14m shares, oath of silence

World must never know the truth behind the Start Button murder

Love in an elevator.... testing mast: The National Lift Tower

Geek's Guide to BritainEl Reg shows where you can go and get truly shafted

EU chucks €18m at research for stupidly fast networks

'We must prepare for the data revolution,' thunders Steelie Neelie

Going lo-tech to avoid NSA snooping? Unlucky - they read snailmail too

US Postal Service scoops metadata from your letters: report

Americans attempt to throw off oppressive, unresponsive rulers on 4th of July

We demand the government listens to us! Erm ...

Twitter to let ad pals TRACK COOKIES on micro-blogging site

Users opted in by default - don't tell Steelie Neelie!

Irish gov refuses to haul Google, Apple into MPs' tax inquiry

If you want a Double Irish-Dutch Sandwich, boys, that's your private affair

Quantum hands out 190 pink slips... quits making own tape library

Wants to focus on dedupe, cloud, object storage

Zynga lures Microsoft's gaming chief with bulging package

Ex-Xboxer gets $50m payout to take CEO spot at game firm

US Navy coughs $34.5m for hyper-kill railgun that DOESN'T self-destruct

Previous $21m deal got them few-shots-and-it's-over model

Hitch climate tax to the actual climate, says top economist

CommentThe warmer the planet, the higher the green taxes get

Sick of quarterly pelting in LSE stocks, Northamber AIMs for exit

Wahey, loads of VCs chucking money about. Want some paper?

Mastercard and Visa block payments to Swedish VPN firms

Better haul out those Bitcoins, folks

Toshiba extends enormo flash fab, hopes to bust NAND capacity barrier

Boffins at Japan's Fab 5 will have to take subway... yes really

INVASION of the UNDEAD ANDROIDS: Hackers can pwn 'nearly all' devices

Keep calm, stay in the PlayPen, it'll all be fine - Google

Whitehall's ball-breaking efficiency tsar quits for a quiet life in Oz

Project manager David Pitchford throws in towel

Patriot hacker 'The Jester' attacks nations offering Snowden help

'Tango Down' crows contra-hacktivist, as Ecuador tourist agency cops it

Big Blue storage supremo Andy Monshaw quits IBM

ExclusivePureFlex boss in mystery departure

Cisco's Hens to sink teeth into worldwide distribution

From American field ops to global domination of wholesalers

Cryptocat WIDE OPEN, new version a must

'Decryptocat' launches broadside against devs

Apple files patent for 'Waze-plus'

Mountain View's lunch is Cupertino's dessert

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