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25th > September > 2013 Archive

Google says it's sorry for Monday's hours-long Gmail delays

Dual networking outage won't happen again, honest

How long will the next NBN Co board last?

Zero tolerance for delays means new board members are headed for a hot seat

Oracle sued over $33,000 bill for SaaS: STRIPPERS as a SERVICE

NSFWCompany credit card allegedly racked up thousands on the other kind of rack

There's ONE country that really likes the iPhone 5c as well as the 5s

Device designed for 'emerging markets' top pick in blighted Blighty, say researchers

Storage array giants eye up cloud rear ends – but will it end in tiers or tears?

Blocks and FilesSpooks, schnooks ... NSA isn't going to scare off this money maker

Glowing Nook knocked to under 50 quid for Xmas

Plenty of illuminated e-readers in stock this time, pledges Barnes & Noble

Fancy facing an Amazon backup beatdown on cold storage spinners?

Blocks and FilesSeagate's EVault arm does, according to storage insiders

Symantec appoints new EMEA veep for partners

Concludes restructuring and job cuts

Speaking in Tech: 'Why are you talking on your iPad Mini?'

PodcastEveryone has to conquer their own personal El Guapo. For Sarah, it's the blinged-up iPhone 5S

Disk-pushers, get reel: Even GOOGLE relies on tape

CommentPrepare to be beaten by your old, cheap rival

UK's Get Safe Online? 'No one cares' - run the blockbuster ads instead

Something like Jack Bauer's 24 ... whatever it'll take to teach kids how to bat away hackers

Revolting peasants force Wikipedia to cut'n'paste Visual Editor into the bin

When Adam delved and Eve span, who was then the Wiki Man?

Boffins explain bizarre here-one-month-gone-the-next 'third Van Allen belt'

How do you protect a spacecraft from SUPER HIGH SPEED electron bombing?

Look out, world! HP's found a use for Autonomy - rescuing Win XP bods

Life-support switch-off deadline looms, wouldn't want anything to happen to your lovely data

Highways Agency tracks Brits' every move by their mobes: THE TRUTH

We better go back to just scanning everyone's number-plates, then?

Google tentacle slips over YouTube comments: Now YOUR MUM is at the top

Ad giant tries to dab some polish on the cesspit of the internet

Fan whips out own pair of iPhone 32Cs, 'unlocks' mobe using breasticle

SFW videoBelieve that? Why not dunk your expensive gadget in the bath as well

Virident bulks up FlashMAX, but it still can't sprint

Flash card's had too many protein shakes and not enough treadmill time

Dragons' Den star's biz Outsourcery sends yet more millions up in smoke

Telly moneybags went into the cloud and still nobody's making any profit

Elop's enlarged package claim was a cock-up, admits Nokia chairman

'Twas an 'accident' to say whopping £15.6m payoff was unremarkable

Chinese tat bazaar Alibaba snubs Honkers, eyes up Wall St float

$70bn IPO plotting has begun in New York, say 'sources'

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX: Bezos dives into tech-support MONEY PIT

VidGood luck with that, Jeff

EasyJet wanted to fling me off flight for diss tweet, warns cyber-law buff

Departure queue brouhaha sparked after delays grumble on Twitter

5 years in storage: Flash mutants, big data and (WTF is) the cloud

So many changes StorageBod's *vocabulary*, at least

Dell 'disappears' cut-price Windows XPS 10 RT tab

Soon Microsoft will have only tabs with OS variant

Samsung unveils Galaxy Note 3: HOT CURVES – the 'gold grill' of smartphone bling

Flat screens are so 20th century, insist marketing bods

Surface Mini on shelves NEXT YEAR – and it will run Windows RT

Pint-sized ARM slab to launch with next Windows release – report

HP unleashes OneView admin tool on lazy, uncooperative servers

One platform to manage them all, one platform to define them

T-Mobile US exec mulls merger with rival Sprint

Only a larger company can take on Verizon, AT&T, moneyman says

Full Steam Ahead: Valve unwraps plans for gaming hardware

Seeding 300 beta machines to members with enough friends

Krebs: Lexis-Nexis, D&B and Kroll hacked

Data-stealing botnet found in aggregators' services

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