10th > September > 2013 Archive
Expect lots of 'what's trending on Facebook' fluff
Proprietary tech will be 'out-innovated by the world'
United action to
save their businesses protect privacy
Plans to add crypto to data centre traffic
Want to beat fraud? Let's call Diebold ...
'Coast' washes away the back button
Xinhua will escape from Olympic 2020 gaffe, no doubt
He just SNUCK up behind me and slapped it on my OTHER wrist!
Ate up half the education budget, produced only 150 grads a year
'Titstare' developers post apology for disrupting disruption-fest
The Reg's Asian travels reveal the iShoe, Apple soup and more
Dropbox without all the public cloud malarkey
Mandarin? No idea, mate
New system-on-chips are not aimed at servers
ReviewMade-in-Blighty doofer aims to solve port connectivity conundra
To make the most of it you’ll want... er... a flash cache too
Data-spaffing Facewatch scheme hopes for wider rollout
Only one problem with joint project: low SPDZ
IFA 2013OLED and HDMI 2.0 rule the 4K roost
Scoops up MoPub to drive revenue ahead of expected floatation
HPC on Wall StreetAnd maybe chuck in some flash-based DIMMs, too
The National Museum of Computing opens women in computing exhibition
Disks with tiny tracks shipping, 5TB boxes by 2014, we're told
China Labor Watch says Apple's manufacturer must cough alleged underpayments
AnalysisFlashy rumblings after Virident acquisition
Top Microsoft investors said to have lightly leaned on Gates
Censorship or sense? Speak your brains NOW amid domain shakeup plan
Kicks USB up to 60GHz, calls self 'media agnostic'
I said a patch Flash, or hacks unlatch, snatch data to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat
Never mind the rest of Blighty, brainboxes, come to the capital
Firm battles to keep management in control after it goes public
Flash array startup slurp means tech behemoth's got a new gig
'We actually know what we are doing. You don't' says kernel boss
IDF13Daddy Silicon shows mobile cred: 'Look, we've got wearables!'
VideoBecause the Swiss like things tidy
IDF13Ivy Bridge-EP CPUs slide into Sandy Bridge sockets, chase loads of workloads
Also, please stop breeding so much
IDF13But is Chipzilla whistling in the dark?
Analysis'Unapologetically plastic' 5C, 'desktop-class' 5S
Local prices for new phones up to $AUD120 over the odds
IDF13As vanity free as Big Blue can get with server clusters
Review urges common comms in agencies
IDF13Intel Inside disclosure sheds light on EC2 brains