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8th > October > 2013 Archive

Microsoft wades into cloud with new services, takes the fight to Amazon

Stays mute on custom chips

Young? Been online five years? Congrats, you are the ELITE MINORITY

Most of world's youth still not 'digital natives,' study finds

DEATH WATCH counts down seconds to wearer's demise

Kickstarter project to pinpoint the moment of your DOOM

Billionaire dumps Apple stock because Steve Jobs was 'really awful' guy

The last person in the world to learn of Jobs' imperiousness flushes his investment

Judge smites IBM's anti-Amazon cloud campaign

UpdatedBig Blue's bid to freeze Bezos & Co out of contract struck down in court

AMD details new low-bucks, high-oomph graphics cards

Two top-of-line cards still waiting in the wings

Cook invokes GHOST of STEVE JOBS in Apple-wide memo

Fruity firm's chief reminds workers that his 'spirit' is in, er, Apple's foundations

Wikipedia Foundation exec: Yes, we've been wasting your money

CommentEditors should get dosh, bureaucrats get too much, says outgoing fundraising chief

UK bankers prep for cyberwar: Will simulate ATTACK on system

One-day op will test stock market, payment bods' resistance to hackers

Listen, Google and Amazon: Soon we may not even use tape for COLD STORAGE

OpinionStorage medium's resurgence may be temporary, says Chris Mellor

Digital 'activists' scramble to build Silk Road 2.0, but drug kingpins are spooked

We can hardly find a dealer, moan Blighty drug users

Techies with Asperger's? Yes, we are a little different...

Solving fiendishly intricate tech problems? Love it. Office politics and subtext? No thanks

Sales dive at UK's oldest tech wholesaler: PC crash splashes Northamber in red

Chairman Phillips 'unable to give clear view of immediate way forward'

Microsoft watches iPads flood into world's offices: Right, remote desktop clients. It's time

Windows Server 2012 R2 embraces iOS and Android

Reseller giant Misco puts UK workers at risk of redundancy – sources

Accounts, buyers and customer services bods on three-month notice, claim our moles

Android adware that MUST NOT BE NAMED threatens MILLIONS

Software's 'aggressive' slurps, vulnerabilities are so BAD, researchers won't ID it

Brew me up, bro: 11-year-old plans to make BEER IN SPACE

What's the point of having a pint if you can't drink it?

Space boffins boycott Kepler 'scope talks after US bans Chinese guests

NASA says no to China delegates due to 'national security concerns'

Brit boson boffin Higgs bags Nobel with eponymous deiton

Colleague joins Poirot as memorable Belgian

4 Brits cuffed after shutdown of internet drug shop Silk Road

Blighty's National Crime Agency on arrests of first UK suspects: 'Many more to come'

Bling, bling, it's HTC here: Clear us a place on the gold phone bandwagon

Another blingmobe 'chings into play as part of limited edition set

Alcatel-Lucent slashes 10,000 jobs worldwide

Axe swings high in EMEA as troubled telco seeks out profits

LG starts producing flexible, curvy displays you can STROKE

Need to get 'em on handset before Samsu.. Do people even WANT curvy smartphones?

AVG, Avira and WhatsApp pwned by hacktivists' DNS hijack

Chatty, security-conscious surfers sent to pro-Palestine website instead

UK plant bakes its millionth Raspberry Pi

CommentBut are they being used by youngsters or nostalgic fortysomethings?

Microsoft hands out $28K to bug-hunters

Help us actually squish 'em and reap even bigger rewards – Redmond

China softens duty-free stance to revive global IT trade talks

Deal aims to cut tariffs on $800bn of worldwide ICT trade

White House promises glitch fix for Obamacare website

HealthCare.gov to get 'more servers', 'better software'

The LUN must DIE. Are you with me, storage bods?

StoragebodYou want multiple LUNs for our terabyte+ database - are you HIGH?

NSA data centre launch delayed as power surges 'melt metal, zap racks'

+Comment'Flash of lightning inside a 2-foot box' causes year-long delays

EVault offers FlexPod users armoured cloud

Yeah baby, we can make it rain data. Guaranteed

Wheels literally FALL OFF solar race contender

World Solar ChallengeDutch dominate with 800km daily drive

Zend gifts devs with open source API wrangling kit

Apigility lets devs lasso APIs and keep them in check

Intel loves the 'internet of things' – if the 'things' have Quarks and Atoms in them, anyway

Chipzilla wants Intel Inside EVERYTHING

COMET DIAMONDS from SPACE found in Libya's glass desert

First ever find of cometary stuff on Earth

RIP charging bricks: $279 HP Chromebook 11 charges via USB

Now you'll need a PC to charge your phone, ebook reader and ... er, laptop

Oz government knew about PRISM BEFORE Snowden leaks

Spies knew spies were spying before whistleblower blew whistle!

Australian teams burn up the road on solar car race

World Solar Challenge VideoFour of five locals remain in the hunt for glory

Microsoft Office on iPad: U can't touch this (yet) says Ballmer

It's coming, but Redmond won't say when

SEC asks Affiliated Computer Services to step aside, snaps on rubber glove

Xerox exec, 2 others receive Wells notices

AWS' Glacier and RedShift creep into to Australia

Latency matters for data deep freezes? Who knew?

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