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11th > October > 2013 Archive

Will BlackBerry be cherrypicked, or bought by its daddies?

Build it and and you will come ... back

Watery asteroid discovered 150 light-years off hints at habitable worlds

White dwarf drains juice from small victim

Office wage slaves face extinction at hands of ROBOTS - if bosses listen to Gartner

Color us skeptical

MacBook Airs in Black Screen of DEATH terror: Apple responds

No, paranoid fanbois, display failure wasn't punishment for installing Windows

Facebook RIPS away your veil of privacy, declares NO MORE HIDING

Zuck it up - now anyone can find you ... Bitch

Microsoft wants to 'move beyond' the Cookie Monster

After all, people are getting wise to deleting those

Twitter revamps Android tablet app – but ONLY for Samsung 'slabs

Back luck fanbois and, er, the other kinds of slabber

Facebook adds Flash to up the tempo of its enormous disk-o-tech

'Anyone wanting to deliver Terabytes to the web might be interested'

Turkish TV presenter canned for flashing too much cleavage

'Unacceptable' amount of jub, thunders killjoy government mouthpiece

Electronic Frontier Foundation bails from Global Network Initiative

PRISM claims a casualty as EFF can't bear to be associated with NSA

Spies launch hack attacks on Mongolia... to see who its friends are – report

Like checking up on your kid's Faceboo... well, not really

Assange: 'I'm fond of your work, Cumberbatch, but let's leave it at that'

QuotwPlus: 'You don't need to bug an entire city to bug one guy's phone calls'

Students prep for battle of wits, MIPs and watts: It's student cluster-wrestling time

SCC'13Kids face off against HPC industry professionals

Rubbish broadband drives Scottish people out of the Highlands

More connectivity needed to stop flight of 'digital refugees', MSPs told

NSA tactics no better than a CYBERCRIME GANG, says infosec'er

Detailed analysis reveals they're on par with banking scammers

Samsung UK computing chief leaves for HP PC biz

Samsung computing GM serving notice before jumping ship

Scottish leader splurged £20k appealing disclosure of EU membership legal bungle

Showdown with Scottish ICO leads to defeat for Alex Salmond

Canadian operator EasyDNS stands firm against London cops

CommentWhat's a UK crime unit doing messing around with DNS? Read on...

Double-click? Oh how conventional of you, darling!

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Who needs rules when you can use your imagination?

Swap your old iPhone for a new one, Tim Cook tells British fanbois

US mobe exchange scheme coming to Blighty - reports

Leveson: My Whingers' Charter™ is PERFECT, you impudent MPs

Wikijudge is sorry for nothing, refuses to explain anything

Raspberry Picam magic: More snaps from LOHAN's fruity eye in the sky

Picture specialSpectacular images from the stratosphere for your viewing pleasure

UK.gov provider frees Microsoft partner TES from administration

IT Solutions biz Liberata buys Trinity in pre-pack deal

ECHR rejects free speech plea over offensive online comments

Danger ahead: commentards at work

Trend Micro buys Taiwanese deep packet sniffing firm

Globo security giant to add slurpee's tech to its corporate products

Royal Mail FAIL as web brokerage Hargreaves Lansdown struggles with investor demand

E-share portal buckles under snail mail speculators

Best Buy: Bring us your cowering, unwanted Microsoft Surface masses

Store giant intros trade-in deals for unloved Windows 8 tablet

Computer Chess: Geek, gaming and retro-tech movie of the year

Film Review‘The chessboard is the world, the pieces the phenomena of the Universe’

YouTube turns on dormant DRM, permits official downloads

Upcoming mobe app update allows 48 hours of cat video joy

Boffins find MEXICAN WAVE pattern in random climate wobbles

Good news for Bob Geldof, bad news for the IPCC

Easily picked CD-ROM drive locks let Mexican banditos nick ATM cash

Who needs an inside man when you've got a boot disc?

Scottish gov follows cutting-edge Italian Post Office with Win 8 trial

IT bravehearts lay hands on 100 testbed tabs

Ofcom, it's WAR! Mobe networks fire broadside over 2G spectrum pricing

PR offensive doesn't mention they were gifted it for free back in the 80s

Google: Now your mom will try to sell you toilet paper

Custom ads will feature your (unpaid) friends and family

GTA players get ersatz $0.5m each to make up for delayed hooker-beating fulfilment

Quantitative easing comes to Los Santos

Apple bags top Windows feature: Blue Screen Of Death arrives on iPhone 5S

Twice as fast as the iPhone 5? Twice as CRASHY claims app bug watcher

Wanna be Zuckerberg's neighbor? Tough luck, he bought the block for $30m

So THAT'S how much privacy costs

Brazil's anti-NSA prez urged to SNATCH keys to the internet from America

Nations should be on equal footing with Uncle Sam, say web overseers

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