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16th > October > 2013 Archive

Kids hooked up with free Office subs at Microsoft-addicted schools

Buy ALL staff cloud software access to get students in for nothing

Krzanich: NO new Intel 14nm Broadwell chip for YOU, world, until 2014

Slow is the new agile

Divorcing ICANN and the US won't break the 'net nor stop the spooks

Internet overlord's status is administrative convenience, not holy writ

Ireland revisits tax laws to cook Apple

'Aggressive tax planning' not welcome

Android security relies on ZOMBIE CRYPTO, argues infosec pundit

Java compatibility equals RUBBISH security

Yahoo! balance! sheet! bulked! by! Alibaba!

Investors not upset by ad-slinging biz and cash stash sinking

Acronis receives Parallels-o-gram, reveals cloudy backup platform

When is a merger not a merger? When two companies share a founder, that's when

Bonking boffins say bacon biters won't breed

It's not all bad news at breakfast: fish can kipper your sperm count up

US parents proclaim 811 'Messiahs'

Vanity sprog-naming heralds 'narcissism epidemic', psychologist warns

Rumblings: Amazon to chum up with HTC, smartphones in mind

Might ship in 2014, might never happen

NORKS cyber mayhem cost South Korea £500m

Attacks since 2009 highlight defence gaps, says lawmaker

David Brent's office to host VMware's hybrid cloud

Savvis' Slough bit barn will be home for vCloud Hybrid Service

London's Tech City welcomes first Chinese tenant

Gaming giant Rekoo sets up European HQ in Silicon Roundabout

Microsoft: Everyone stop running so the fat kid Win RT can catch up

AnalysisDoes the WinPhone update keep you happy?

Tintri boss returns to techie role, brings in startup-flogger as CEO

Ken Klein's CV is littered with acquistions

Loathed wiggly-word CAPTCHAs morph into 'fun' click-'n'-drag games

UK firm lets admen cash in on punters' signup misery

Slip your SIM into a plastic sheath, WIPE international call charges

Nano, Micro or Mini?

Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Once, twice, three times - a Very Large Phone™

ReviewThird-gen phondleslab is substantial. Nice whopper-snapper too

All cool kids' phones run ALTERNATIVE alternative custom Android ROM

New fandroid team to give Cyanogen a run for its money

Oracle raids HP enterprise biz to find global channel chief

Rich Geraffo fills big boots vacated by Judson Althoff

How were your hols, cluster kids? Oh, partied, studied... did we mention WE BUILT DRONES

HPC blogAmerican college students get greased up for Big Iron battle

Oracle drops shedload of CRITICAL vuln-busting Java patches

Sysadmins, look away - Oracle's biz suites have more holes than a Swiss cheese

Speaking in Tech: 'People are gonna vote for BlackBerry just to mess with me'

PodcastYou can pick Greg's phone, but you can't pick his intern - we hope

Twitter snubs IPOcalypse host Nasdaq in favour of NYSE

Blue Bird heads to OTHER Big Apple exchange to flog its shares

Violin gangs up with Microsoft: Psst, big biz, want an all-flash Windows Server box?

'The future of the data centre is memory' – storage firm CEO

Mac fans: You don't need Windows to get ripped off in tech support scams

Ah, I see you have the machine that goes 'ping!'

OAR-some! 18ft SEA SERPENT discovered off US coast

VidThrilled staffers pull massive lengthy oarfish onto Californian beach

US ERP roll out amid a downturn? That's what hit Datatec in H1

Tech giant reports slow sales growth and falling operating profits

NHS preps spammy mailshots advertising 'BIGGEST medical data grab in HISTORY'

Want to escape Big Brother health databases? Just read your junk mail

'Patent trolling' InterDigital CAN ask ITC to ban Nokia mobes: Supreme Court

It might not make any PRODUCTS, but patent-lobbing's a business too

PernixData shows off write-caching, clustering one-trick FVP pony

Can VMware kit do this? No. Well, not for now, anyway...

Apple slams brakes on orders of (not so cheap) plasticky iPhone 5C

World+dog shunning mid-market cellphone

Don’t let mobile malware steal your company data

It’s closer than you think

Sepaton launches super-duper big data-slurping deduper

Big iron for big data backup ... 16PB, if all goes according to plan

'Spotify for TV' Magine terrifies Euro players with smart TV deals

OTT player has just grabbed half-a-million Swedish subscribers

Dead Steve Jobs' Apple donut SPACESHIP HQ gets permission to land

Building work on dead Steve Jobs' latest nerve-center to start in 2014

Rich in Philadelphia? Your new phone can be put in your hands TODAY

Verizon testing same-day delivery service for 'affluent millennials'

Database upstart NuoDB 'Blackbirds' spread wings, fly into version 2

New release stresses geo-distribution, SQL capabilities

Australian politicians 'resisted' debate on new spook powers

Former Attorney-General Nicola Roxon spills the beans on data retention debate

Hypersonic MEGA METEOR pulled from lake, then Russians drop it

PicDoh! Salvaged 570kg star hunk breaks the scales

Tech Data names CE director after divisional shake-up

Company veteran Mark Glasspool bags dual role at distie gint

Nokia, Indian upstart square up to Google's mighty mapping empire

Time to clean up this one-horse townnation ... then, the world

China, an untapped land of opportunity for the West - EXCEPT IBM

Big Blue notches up SIXTH quarter of poor growth

'Please, steal my phone' TV ads by T-Mobile US slammed by legal eagles

Violent robberies NOT funny, 'more than tasteless', attorneys insist

Windows XP folks: At least GOOGLE still loves you ... UNTIL 2015

UpdatedBrowser updates to end one year after Microsoft pulls the plug

Hadoop 2 stampedes onto world's mega compute clusters

'A great success story for the open source methodology'

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