6th > November > 2013 Archive
Data harvest linked to Adobe source, database swipe
Just in case that boardroom showdown turns dicey
Online predators stung by avatar of ten year old girl
OpenStack SummitCloudscaling founder reckons OpenStack could save you £$¥s
'Expect us' ... in pretty much every country it seems
Chocolate Factory mostly absolved for security failings, say researchers
'Operation Ghost Click' seeks its last fugitive
Redmond rushing out a repair after ratting out rodents
Not to put the BOFH crew down, but unctuous ladykillers we're not...
But still soaked in red ink
A password to view your passwords
Whole racks on chips needed or scalability will SLAM into the laws of physics
I am less biased than his wife, tech hack snaps back
Version 5.0 emerges, ready to give 64-bit apps a ride
In the meantime, how about a SmartCloud Analytics tool?
Some tax revenue is 'unrealisable' says new money minister
Who wants Ballmer's sweaty seat? The prodigal, the revhead or the server wonk?
That sound you heard? A thousand spooks' sphincters just unclenched
SCC 2013Last minute tips, tricks, and traps for procrastinators
StoragebodLooking for the exit when it should be all about the tech
InterviewWould Bernd Bischoff join the IT industry again? Mmm, let me think
Your papers please. NOW
Part OneWe had it all in the 1980s. Here's what went wrong...
Do you really want the music on EVERY TIME you walk to the garage?
ReviewNo wonder this one sold out in hours
Mystery trojan peeps at your SAP privates - but nobody knows why
Uncork those bottlenecks
'Remember who your enemies are' says protestor as 11 arrested
Line-by-line code exam will blow hidden backdoor doubts into orbit, hope devs
Would you like to supersize that molten plastic? (the toy, not the cheeseburger)
... but first, we'll need to penetrate 'technology barriers'
Life under Liberty Global: Flat sales, big operating loss hit UK telco's Q3
Accuses rival of poaching staff, customers and trade secrets in complaint
Detailed structural plans for your viewing pleasure
Networking giant investigates launching 802.11ad into primetime
Fujitsu ForumCTO calmly illuminates us on the world's biggest potential botnet
Staff attrition rates at 18% as two more big cheeses walk
Stock option loophole helps 12 tech firms legally dodge $4bn, say activists
CommentNew Ballmer must navigate Nokia bump
ReviewA classy notebook - but can you live without discrete graphics or upgrades?
AnalysisWhite knight charges to the rescue, horse promptly keels over
Doctor Who @ 50Data Visualisation: Locations of the Doctor's stories set on Earth
Even an intelligently designed watch is right twice a day, or something
Xen(Source) and the art of starting a storage startup
AnalysisObamaCare, UK.gov, and paying for blusterguffs instead of technology
Plan for the future? Shih ... it
REVEALED: Ad giant is now Trigger happy
Cryogenic arrays? Not quite, but it'll all end in tiers
Zuck on that, Hortonworks and Cloudera
Sysadmin blogOur man from the North ventures into a humid Texas
Blocks and FilesThe simple days are long gone, folks
We'll break down hardware barriers - provided it's our hardware, says IT giant
And gives it a 50 per cent throughput boost, for good measure
Is NICTA's new GroupX effort a breakthrough or fuel for the fire?
Informers urged to tattle on their capo di tutti capi
Admen spill beans on what's planned for secret metal monsters
But be warned: Software toolkit 2.0 will break your programs
AnalysisJust what the heck are they building in there? We asked Facebook
NASA's checked its space rock maths and it's not good news
AnalysisEither a gratuitious lock-in, or reasonable technical strategy
Mal the Builder … will he listen?
3DS Max graphics and gaming machines in the cloud