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12th > August > 2013 Archive

NSA to world+dog: We're only watching 1.6% of internet, honest

Trust us: We're hardly paying attention to the stuff we do collect

Android bug batters Bitcoin wallets

Old flaw, new problem

Bigger frames make Wi-Fi a power miser: boffins

How many networks do you want to run to enable the internet of bits?

The man from Del Monte, he says... NO! .delmonte gTLD bid crushed, juiced

Squabble over 'untoward' bid to buy new dot-word

China has another go at rare earth dominance

First exchange will 'stabilise the market' as crackdown targets 'smugglers'

Mother of Chelyabinsk spotted

That Russian meteor? Plenty more where it came from

Think your smutty Snapchats can't be saved by dorks? Think again

Snapchat Save app promises hassle-free image and video capture

Students, rejoice ... and squint! Google rents out textbooks to mobes

Mountain View takes careful aim at academic publishers

Should UK tear Wi-Fi a new one at 5GHz? Speak your brains, says Ofcom

This 2.4GHz town ain't big enough for both all of us

Vulture 2 spaceplane flies to the 3D printing press

We have seen the future of aviation, and it's hewn from living nylon

Notorious Mexican drug kingpin nabbed thanks to drones and spyware

Los Zetas gang boss cuffed after surveillance operation

Tell me, professor, what is big data?

A whole different dimension, says data scientist Mark Whitehorn

Facebook's No 2 banks $91m after BIG shares sale

Sheryl Sandberg cashes in on stock price. Kerching ... bitch

Google to snub Samsung, hand Nexus 10 to Asus – report

And next Galaxy Nexus mobe could come from ... Motorola

New blinged-up 'iPhone 5S' touted by Jobs FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE

'Champagne gold' encased mobe rumoured for September unwrap

Waiting for a Windows Phone update? Let's talk again next year

Microsoft's 'Blue Wave' will break in spring of 2014 – reports

Titsup Apple app dev nerve-centre hauled back online after hack scare

Cupertino bungs month of free access onto subs for weeks-long outage

Another IBMer rolls into distribution

UK channel exec Ian Jeffs heading for Arrow ECS

Oracle Team USA sailors admit breaking America's Cup rules

Ellison's yacht racers hand in trophies

The secure mail dilemma: If it's useable, it's probably insecure

Analysis'The writing's on the wall' – PGP daddy's crypto firm

100,000+ Earthlings star in 'reality TV contest' for ONE-WAY ticket to MARS

VidWatch and vote on thousands vying for a new life on the Red Planet

Netflix dares UK freetards: Watch new Breaking Bad NOW or torrent it?

Will Brit addicts cough up fiver to watch it or pirate it anyway?

BlackBerry pie sliced up: Nuke-plant OS, BBM chat app, etc sale mulled

Bunch of bankers set out 'strategic alternatives' for RIM pieces

The Pirate Bay's new censorship-dodging browser 'not secure'

Iranians can now access ''*. Oh S$%t, actually...

Mobe-slurping Wi-Fi SPY BINS banned from London's streets

Watchdog peers into robo-trash-cans that stalked half a MILLION City slickers

Gov: Half of new tech spending must be made with SME suppliers

'Come on guys, we've got to hit a target here'

Amazon Web Services passes the enterprise duck test

Talks like, walks like, and has parasites just like a trad IT vendor

Deutsche Telekom launches 'NSA-busting' encrypted email service

Small print: It only works between German email providers

Feds arrest rogue trucker after GPS jamming borks New Jersey airport test

FCC promises crackdown on jammer use

Apple trademark filing may provide peek into iTunes Radio capability

Does 'Live Listen' herald concert streaming?

Rejoice, Australia: A dream tech workforce is coming ... in 2030!

New Digital Technologies curriculum scores four per cent of class time

ZTE to flog Firefox OS mobe worldwide via eBay

Unlocked, low-powered, and dirt cheap

20 injured at LG phone giveaway as PR stunt turns into riot

Korean balloon frenzy turns shooty

Australian government websites in "compulsory mod" mode during election campaign

Caretaker conventions mean politicised comments are forbidden for the duration

Google ups ante to $5,000 for Chrome browser bug bounties

Millions paid out so far – come and get it

IBM unleashes 'big data' on wind, solar power management

Chinese megaplant adopts Big Blue's cloud tech – no, not that cloud, the ones in the sky

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