12th > September > 2013 Archive
HANA rides the elephant
World Solar ChallengeAussie entrants ready for their moment in the sun
This will do wonders for the 'we're the best at secure messaging' fallback plan
Micrografx owns graphics in Android phones – and GOOGLE MAPS
Lucrative tie-up would give Cupertino access to over 700m subscribers
Kaspersky says 'Kimsuky' malware driven by Pyonyang
However, note that we didn't say British billionaires there
Steely Neelie's 'connected continent' plan to kill off roaming charges from 2014
Fixed component sizes would snap together like LEGO
Proposal hopes to 'resist or prevent all forms of covert intercept capability'
Snappy elastic backronym wins RockBLOCK Iridium satellite comms unit
The iPhone 5S has a 64-bit processor, but will it really make any difference?
Game TheoryPlus: Diablo III’s console conversion, and Lost Planet 3 goes icy, slicey
Go ahead, WD, pay half a billion for it... we have some top secret tech to get on with
But is it a decent authentication method? The jury's out...
If anyone knows what they're for, it's High Street Geek Dad
StoragebodRaise a good old British pint glass of marvellous storage medicine
Euro public cloud gear down for hours
Can you be scalable AND floatable?
StoragebodHey, vendors, slice a bit off the bill if I'm not supposed to use every byte
ReviewEl Reg has a sniff around the RTM version
If it ain't broke, don't fix it - but what about UK's 'digital by default' dream?
Drops plan to cap charges, goes for the jugular instead
IPOcalypse only made us stronger... bitch
Punters falsely accused of being scumbags told to pay $300 to unlock PCs
IDF13Apple can’t ship ‘black bin’ Mac Pro until it does
CommentFaster, golder, cheaper, more plasticky... Yawn
IDF13Don't worry about Windows, Mac OS X, you know this makes cents
Moss, Roy, Jen back in one-off special this month
Buffalo, Overland and Seagate still only too pleased to enhance your rack
'Hardly possible' for miscreants to access their bank accounts, says Voda
Stock market crashes and spikes caused by 'predatory' algorithms, say boffins
Michael has a 'single minded purpose' ...
Ren Zhangfei's secret revealed by man who should know
You laugh, but a staggering 83 people tried taking explosives aboard aircraft, say TSA
World's 'fastest, highest capacity' piece of tape kit
AnalysisPrivate parts are great, but now what?
IDF13'Just popping down to the pub for a recharge'
Updated'They're moving it all,' says MariaDB Foundation headman
IDF13The mullet of mobile computing: business in front, party in back
Curt babblechat service wants your gold
Shifting server management into 'hyperscale'