24th > September > 2013 Archive
Some SEO companies, online reviews are dodgy – who knew?
Spend on Azure, get StorSimple box at the low, low price of $0
Joint venture with new media darling BesTV could spell end for console ban
Six days more of screen'n'keyboard despair
Promises 'NBN weekly progress report'
Pilotless plane used for target practice
Cunning Ordnance Survey bod spent the summer bricking it
New Snowden doc details extensive NSA surveillance of 'ally' India
Will only unbrick Great Firewall in Shanghai trade zone, say reports
Plaintiffs allege Facebook-for-suits violated federal wiretap law, California privacy rules
AnalysisExcuse me - what's a prosumer?
3 of the top six flash vendors are casing the OEM dedupe tech, claims analyst
Sudden explosion in meals-for-one predicted (by no one)
Blighty just can't seem to get it right on entry and exit controls
EMEA VP brags about thumping the competition
In other news, the Spanish Inquisition want an equal opprtunities officer
Upstart punts its FabricCache tech for transactions-per-minute boost
Google says 'don't be evil', but it never said we couldn't be mischievous
Houston, where's our fresh underpants got to?
18 and 19 December hearing dates set. Christmas bonus, anyone?
Thought you'd escaped that hilarious hairdo from six years ago? Fat chance
How do I know what to download if I don't know what everyone else is doing?
Taiwanese giant stumbles over Finns' guarded radio boffinry
8% for selling to global accounts? Not from January
InterviewExec veep on the 'slow' pace of Windows 8, Ballmer, patents and more
Stylish onesie of the desktop world gets an update
Version 6 promises not to erase your Breaking Bad stash
OpenWorldOracle's filthy Valley lucre generates widespread support
OpenWorldBut where are the code contributions, Larry?
ISOCELL ... uh ... isolates cells to improve smartphone and tablet cameras
Harvesting user credentials violates store policies
OpenWorldMass exodus after King Database snubs attendees
Accidentally killed the user? There's an app for that
But the real loser in tests of five top smartphone operating systems comes from Redmond
OpenWorld'Hell frozen', report flying pigs