5th > November > 2013 Archive
Hungarian startup tries novel bug-testing system
AnalysisBoffins beg NASA to fund continuing mission that will explore strange new worlds
Wheeler sworn in as director, names top staff, looks at todo list
They've battled the Taliban. Can they now survive Git?
PUNY HUMANS will NEVER FIST ME, chatters motion-sensor-equipped bag of bolts
Very, very, low-power wireless to help Internet of Things nodes chat for a looong time
Honest Bob, it doesn't matter if we can trust you
Selfish miners could derail Bitcoin's decentralized design, according to new study
Cause of external drive SNAFU uncertain, apps pulled just in case
Boffins finally explain just why warm water freezes faster
110 megawatts heading to Redmond's green bank
OpenStack SummitCoup for Pivotal after Canonical tie-up
ObituaryWhen viral videos had IMPACT
Unreliable kit as a resource for devs, not a reason to reach for the screwdriver
1.2TB SSD army to storm Jeff's Virtualization Palace
'123456' used as password by nearly two million punters
Air pollution and the surveillance state just don't mix
Says it has a million-IOPs MONSTER lurking in basement
Jeff's Virtualization Palace undercuts its own graphics prices
Oi, actual musos, you're doing it all wrong – security expert
Thought no one saw you buy entire cake, eat it in the car?
AnalysisAS IF G-men would tell us about state-sponsored badness, scoff AV firms
A Reg reader's guide
ReviewDecent, decent - but you'll want a new console or top-spec PC
Our three year restructuring is now complete
So is this where the next banking-IT disaster will hit - or where it won't?
Paltry 700 jobs not much counterweight to Chinese legions, though
Pack up, 'how-to' publishers - the boys from Mountain View are moving in
Blinged-out gold sat to show China how it's Yinghuo-done
Roundup2If you're the sort who'll like it, you're probably playing now
OpenStack SummitNetworks may be its achilles heel, but its devs are working on it
LADIS 2013No people required here ... bring on the Rise of the Machines
And why the silent majority could defeat the web's madmen
Ransomware hoodlums let you settle your bill later... for a price
Narrow pipes no obsticle to terabyte customers
Aboriginal tale says chimaera was result of non-consensual rat/duck tryst
Integrator 'failed to give nod that customers were leaving', claim insiders
High tech meets seriously old school
EU justice commish says Europe needs to 'level the playing field'
We're going to set up a nonprofit privacy group instead of paying off users... bitch
SCC 2013Four student teams vie for Commodity Cluster Crown
'What doesn't kill us makes us stronger' - embattled Phoenix
Doctor Who @ 50The DVDs to watch to celebrate 50 years of Tardis travel
Who can help us? Shih's it!
#Blabbergasm predicts yet more money to be sucked out of proper media. Yay!
Redmond and EVault ink deal: Enterprise cloud contract gets you a year’s disaster recovery
Leaked snaps show snazzy imaging phondleslab
Sysadmin blogDon't be fooled. Following the herd STILL gets you nowhere
Fujitsu ForumNow, go sell these lovely cloud and backup services
How Tim Cook aims to shuffle his mountains of money around
Too much power for one person in wake of Snowden snooping leaks
New vulnerability found, workaround issued ahead of patch
Electronic taggers' £9bn gov deals now under threat
Breaking news online, literally
Thanks to Microsoft and Intel, it will be unleashed next March
TeardownNo custom screws or heavy glue in ad-giant's mobe
Snowden's old mail provider wants '100 Lavabit-like services'
LADIS 2013Big boys to flog low-grade IT at a low, low price - and you know what that means
Storage and open source software firms tie the knot
'We have no interest in amassing personal information'
For Java EE it's now WebLogic or nothing