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11th > July > 2013 Archive

Red Hat ships shiny new KVM and OpenStack software

AnalysisDivulges pricing on various bundles of cloudy joy

Microsoft extends Windows Phone 8 support through 2015

More enterprise features coming next year

HP admits to backdoors in storage products

Usernames and passwords in the wild, factory resets possible

Intel’s Asia pivot: How Chipzilla beat Obama by decades

FeatureEl Reg takes a look inside chip giant’s biggest offshore plant

Boffins chill out with new temperature measurement

Forget water temperature, all the hip scientists are measuring the Boltzmann constant

BlackBerry gives Indian spooks BBM and BIS access

BES enterprise customers will stay safe

Samsung takes mobile net traffic crown from Apple

Bad news for Redmond as Chrome conquers IE and Windows 8 doesn’t rate

Are driverless cars the death knell of the motor biz?

Wired cars with brains aren't tied to their owners

Not even Asia can save PC market's slump

Punters taking tablets means PC pain persists

Seoul-blackening disk wipe badness linked to 4-year SPY CAMPAIGN

Can Norks afford malware writers?

Kick the tyres on UK's swap-shop for cat pics and other copyright stuff

Make things, tell people to pay for it, profit, right? Erm...

ISC Student Cluster Competition: The kids are alright

HPC BlogRecord number of LINs packed in Leipzig

BAN UK tax breaks on patented tech, fumes German finance minister

Achtung! Blighty has patent tax breaks? Wer hätte das gedacht?

The Yawhg vs XCOM: Enemy Unknown. How small devs can win against the big boys

Game TheoryDamn this fondleslab!

Backup software bods tempt users with hot new (pricing) model

Following in Amazon's wake

BT earmarks super-speedy 300Mbit/s broadband for 50 exchanges

Fibre munchers, arise!

Western Digital gobbles VeloBit in flash cache cash splash dash

Buying into flash gig again

Microsoft waves goodbye to Small Business Server

Sysadmin blogThis is bad news for SMEs, Trevor Pott argues

Up yours, Google! Iran to launch OWN state email service

Wants better 'interaction' with its surveillance gear people

Daddy-o, you're all wet... baffled by your own kids on the web - survey

LOLing yoof give up their ASL and MIRL thinking YOLO

BT: Ofcom's planned wholesale price cap? Just a smidge too tight

Watchdog wants broadband, landline charges constricted to help competition

Pirate Bay bod and pals bag $100k to craft NSA-proof mobe yammer app

Can't do anything about backdoored phones, though

Caterpillar B15: The Android smartphone for the building site

ReviewBullitt Mobile’s rugged blower for tool-toting types

Yahoo!: We! tried! to! protect! your! info! ... secret! court! case! will! prove! it!

If unsealed, 2008 legal docs could answer lots of questions

Oh please, PLEASE bring back Xbox One's hated DRM - say Xbox loyalists

How do you spell 'masochist'?

US Navy robot stealth fighter in first unmanned carrier landings

VidsTake my job a-waaaayyyy ... is it the swan song of the Topguns at last?

Icahn suggests pumping Mikey Dell for dollars hard over a court bench

'Have your cake and eat it too' he tells fellow shareholders amid buyout bid

Quantum loses senior sales veep to mystery upstart

All-conquering predecessor tightens boardroom stranglehold

More Brocade staffers leap off '800lb Fibre Channel gorilla'

Exec-xodus at storage networking firm

Outlook son of Hotmail goes titsup for many in the US and UK

@outlook You utter shower! WHY aren't you using a rival to update us?!


CEO tears up products playbook in mega Microsoft reorg

EU competition inspectors RAID European telcos

Turn up unannounced over suspected violations of antitrust rules

Nokia tears wrapper off Lumia 1020 monster imaging mobe

Hands OnNew York debut of EOS (though internet's been ogling her for days)

Apple files patent for refrigerator-magnet iPads

It's all about aesthetics – and possibly the iWatch

China prepares to lift 13-year game console ban – report

Gamers of the world, prepared to get pwned

Ubuntu 13.10 to ship with Mir instead of X

Shuttleworth says replacement graphics stack is ready to roll

Snowden leak: Microsoft added backdoor for Feds

NSA praises Redmond for 'collaborative teamwork'

Unisys doubles up midrange mainframes for fault tolerance

Rolls out MCP 15.0 for both CMOS and Xeon machines

Chromebooks now the fastest-growing segment of PC market

Nearly one in four laptops under $300 is a Google gizmo

Cloud pricing begins to take hold inside the firewall

AnalysisSay goodbye to predictable pricing, and hello to (cheap) uncertainty

If tardy chip-baking fix fails, this Frenchman can help

SEMICON 2013No EUV? Carve up chips with e-beams or teach them to build themselves

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