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18th > July > 2013 Archive

1.5 MW 'demonstrator' solar plant hits the grid

100 MW heir to new Mildura facility already on the drawing board

ACLU warns of mass tracking of US drivers by government spycams

Scanning system captures minimal amout of crooks

Sales at IBM decline 3.3 per cent in Q2, profits hit by layoffs

Systems biz returns to profits, services picks up steam

Intel flogging Atoms for belated push into mobile market

Haswell and Bay Trail in, Celeron out

Submarine cable capacity doubled with flick of switch

NTT's Japan-US link now at 8.4 Tbps as Alca-Lu demos 31 Tbps link

ITU readies gigabit standard for copper's last wild ride

FM broadcasters prep 'git offa mah lawn' signs

BitTorrent's share 'n' sync tool comes to Android

NAS-to-smartmobe syncing now free for all

China stalls WTO trade talks on tariff-free IT goods

Beijing wants nearly half of items on list removed

Paypal makes man 1000x as rich as the ENTIRE HUMAN RACE

Chap briefly finds himself a megabillionaire in statement whoopsie

OECD: Don't bank on wireless for comms futures

Biennial Outlook doc calls for more competition, faster IPv6 adoption and lower prices

Lasers to carry 622 Mbps Earth-Moon link

Broadband in spaaaaace as NASA, ESA, prepare for liftoff with new comms kit

US propels global technology market to $2 TREEELION in 2013

Forrester says Asian buying will slow, but overall spend on upwards trend

Chipzilla gives computers the finger with gesture acquisition

Fistful of dollars as reports suggest Intel, Apple, go on hand-waving frenzy

Egnyte flips the bird at storage big boys, adds Google Drive access

We'll banish storage vendors' lock-in, says cloudy vendor

Microsoft admits it's '18 months behind' with Windows 8 slabs

But UK director says 'iPad will become marginalised'

Why data storage technology is pretty much PERFECT

FeatureThere's nothing to be done here... at least on the error-correction front

Microsoft turns UK channel over AGAIN

'Direction of travel is looking nasty'

Confirmed: Driverless cars to hit actual British roads by end of year

If you're reading this in the pub be aware - it's just trials for now

It's all in the wrist: How to write apps for the Pebble smartwatch

FeatureCode and example video - the (bouncing on-screen) ball's in your court

Premier League boots footie-streaming site off Blighty's interwebs

Court orders ISPs to block FirstRow1 on copyright infringement grounds

1953: How Quatermass switched Britons from TV royalty to TV sci-fi

Quatermass at 60Contact is established and a genre is born

Websites stagger to feet, Network Solutions wears off DDoS hangover

MYSTERY surrounds overnight web pummelling

Promisec Endpoint Manager: So we gotta cope with BYOD... Help!

ReviewDon't shy away from grappling your users' wonky endpoints

SanDisk: 3D flash chips? Sure, buddy, we'll see you in 2016

The tech just doesn't stack up... for now

Heavenly SPEARS gives LOHAN a hot satisfying BANG

Fails to get CHAV off successfully, however

Wait, what's that noise? It's HP's UK steamroller coming to a halt at last

Need to flog more PCs than ever? Don't run over the people selling your gear

Trustmarque bags £19.5m refinance package from HSBC

'Banking facility to support next growth phase'

Hackers crippled HALF of world's financial exchanges - report

Repeated assaults leave bankers in quivering heaps

Brazilians strip Amazon of brazen .amazon gTLD grab bid

Cry me a 7,000km river, say ICANN bods

Hold on a mo: Brits blow £56m a year on the blower to gov minions

That's 402 MEELLION minutes you'll never get back, folks

Tablets? Check. Mobes? Check. What's next, Apple? Fondlable CARS

A computer crash you really won't want

Nokia wrings Lumia bling fling, but feature-mobes ding stings

Nowhere near enough kerr-ching

Samsung lifts lid on 1.6TB flash whopper spaffing data at 3GB/s

Scream if you wanna go faster - oh, you are

Flogging mobe ads over summer? Come to us, pleads Facebook

Zuck and chums claim sun-seeking social networkers are prime mobe ad targets

PEAK APPLE: 'iPhone sales STALL' at first sniff of fresh droid competition

If you can't stand the heat, are you sure you're holding it right?

Dell board delays vote on private takeover deal

More time for Big Mike and Friends to ponder their options

Sexbomb pop minstrel Taylor Swift PORN FIB used to lure fanbois

JavaScript ransomware demands $300 for your browser back

Ex-prez Carter: 'America has no functioning democracy' with PRISM

UpdatedFormer President Peanut Farmer rebukes Shrub

Verizon joins T-Mobile, AT&T with early phone upgrade plan

'Edge' allows six-month switcheroos – if you pay 50% of phone's price

UK investigators finger emergency beacon for 787 Heathrow fire

Fixing the problem an hour-long job, says Boeing

Apple patents touch display that KNOWS YOU by your fingers

Next iPhone to have fingerprint scanner under screen?

AMD fools Wall Street, posts smaller loss than expected

Xbox One, Nintendo Wii U, and Sony PS4 will goose bottom line

Google exhales another $14bn revenue figure

Mountain View Chocolate Factory continues production of gold bars

Internode's Simon Hackett offers re-engineered NBN plan

Fibre build might be affordable if other costs stripped out

Intel's server chip biz holds steady ahead of Ivy Bridge Xeons

AnalysisIs the market eager for Ivy Bridge, or waiting for Haswell?

Amazon buffs free platform cloud

Shines up interface and adds VPC support

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