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8th > November > 2013 Archive

Google Chrome: Extensions now ONLY from the Company Store

St Peter don't you call me, 'cause I can't go

'Weird' OBJECT, PROPELLED by its OWN JETS, spotted beyond Mars orbit by Hubble

PicHubble snaps 'freakish' astro-thing

Nvidia CEO: Android 'the most disruptive operating system in decades'

Jen-Hsun Huang loves Google's green robot thiiiiiis much

Google to deliver MOOC for Australian teachers

University of Adelaide devises courseware to get educators up to speed with new digital technologies curriculum

Apple admits to Mavericks iWork cockup, promises rescue

Pages, Numbers, Keynote to be as good as they were before ... sometime

AT&T turns spying on customers for CIA into cash waterfall – report

Telco runs $10m-a-year snooping contract, whisper sources

Watch out spooks: STANDARDS GROUPS are COMING AFTER YOU

IETF promises PRISM-proofing plan for the future internet

Microsoft Excel fingering, Captain Jack Sparrow clog Minneapolis election

Ballot-counting freezes up in mayoral race

Bitcoin burglar bags a million bucks

Australian victim says there's no point telling the cops

Economical Indian MOM whips up her eggs en route to Mars

No need for panic, an eggcentric orbit is in the mission plan

GIMP flees SourceForge over dodgy ads and installer

Devs tired of all the junk downloads, and no we DON'T mean the free software

Alleged Peeping Tom claims First Amendment right to upskirt

Legal history in the making in Boston courtroom

Buy-curious minxes and chaps fancy hot wrist action, rest of us baffled

Wearable tech ... we're talking about wearable tech

Oooh! My NAUGHTY SKIRT keeps riding up! Hello, INTERNET EXPLORER

VidGet ready for Inori, the 'personification of IE'

Bletchley Park vows to upload secret World War II code-cracking archives

HP donates scanners and staff for historical archive's web launch

New security standard for CHAPS who have your CREDIT CARD data

Did you know small merchants can self-assess? Read on for more shockers

Pivot3 puts former Perot exec in CEO hotseat

Board chairman hauled in to steer storage startup

Latest global menace: ELECTROPULSE NORKS, apparently

Crazed dictator has electronics-nobbler death rays, claim spies

Is computer biz Viglen about to GET FIRED? Lord Sugar's firm in rumoured sell-off

Sources say once-mighty PC builder headed to Westcoast Holdings

Ging gang cloudy? IBM programmer packs it in for life as an online Scouts badge-tracker

The Last Boy Scout: Job's a good'un

Feedly gets Greedly: Users suddenly HAVE TO create a Google+ account

Helping world's biggest ad broker stalk you round the net. Nooooooo

Windows, Office zero-day vuln must wait for next Patch Tuesday, says MS

November's updates promise relief for critical IE and Windows bugs

BOFH: GOATSE? No, I said goat fetis... you know what, forget it

Episode 10The Boss of the Moment visits Mission Control

'Shared databases are crap' Oracle reveals shared database management suite

'Easy' conversion from single to multiple instances, says Damascene Larry

Win 8 PC sales plunge as retailers, disties shave orders by HALF A MILLION in Q3

Certain upgrade called 8.1 was on its way...not that Chrimbo shoppers will care

BlackBerry flings John Chen $89 MILLION to save troubled firm

Ex boss Heins will get around 14m beans on his way out

'Hmm, which is more important: connectivity or malaria vaccine?'

QuotwPlus: 'A wild party boat? A barge housing the last remaining dinosaur? Sadly, no'

Boffins build R2-WEE-2: The urine-powered robot with a human-like heart

Boffins work towards full autonomy for waste-slurping 'droid

How my batch process nightmare was solved by a Wombat

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Script me up, baby… ooh how was it for you?

Privacy warriors haul NSA into court, demand swift end to mass call snooping

Groups argue for free speech protections to block spying

Sail HO! Look out Bay Area - it's the GOOGLE GALLEON

Mighty Bay windjammer may actually be a demonic temple. Hey - google it

Star Wars VII set for Xmas release. Ho, ho, ho... not THIS Christmas

Hold that Leiagasm

Spies and crooks RAVAGE Microsoft's unpatched 0-day HOLE

It's Operation Hangover. Word

Snowden: Hey fellow NSA worker, mind if I copy your PASSWORD?

Whistleblower talked colleagues into handing him their login credentials

Groupon splurges $260m on Korean deals firm as cash bleed continues

Gmail rejig expected to hit next quarter's results too

HP UK redundancies emerge in enterprise arm

Long standing HPers head for door loaded with bag of cash

Feel Cisco's WRATH: Over 1,000 placed on DENIED partner sh*t list

ExclusiveEMEA channel rocked by blacklist letters

KRAKOOM! iPad Air explose in fireball, terrified fanbois flee Apple store

Charred fondleslab removed by Apple minion for testing

Classic telly FX tech: How the Tardis flew before the CGI era

Doctor Who @ 50How the special effects boys made magic in the 1960s, 70s and 80s

Solidfire unfurls MAP to corporate wallets, large-scale VDI rollouts

Right, see this reference architecture? We pity the fool who pitches to small biz

Horny lovers FOSSILISED in steamy RUMPY-PUMPY session 156m yrs ago

Luckless insects favoured missionary position

IT finance bod coughs to slurping £130k from customers' accounts

Gambling addict Leigh Jones gets two years' porridge

Feedly coughs to cockup, KILLS Google+ login as users FLEE

Miserable sap sez: 'we thought ID switch would be simply mechanical'

YouTube co-founder either HATES Google+ or his vid account just got HACKED

Jawed 'me at the zoo' Karim is peeved, apparently

Facebook profiles go TITSUP! Mystery malady plagues piles of pages

UpdatedThe social network that goes down on its users ... bitch

Tesla battery fire pushes beleaguered firm's share price even lower

Stocks rocked by burning Model S and battery shortage

Amazon CIA cloud row: US judge slaps down IBM as 'manipulative', inferior

Big Blue thwacked for attempts to game the $600m bidding process

Apple ships cures for Mail, iBooks, MacBook Pro maladies

Three down, Safari and Remote Desktop client still to come

Microsoft reveals secrets of Azure cloud's networking underbelly

LADIS 2013'In the last three years everything changed'

World's first 3D-printed metal gun 'more accurate' than factory-built cousin

Don't worry, you can’t make one of these at home

Google patent: THROAT TATTOO with lie-detecting mobe microphone built-in

What could POSSIBLY go wrong?

'I WAS AN ADMIN FOR SILK ROAD': Alleged hit-man target tells all

Drugs, murder, and support tickets at Bitcoin's black market

Smut-spreading copyright trolls told to return cash extracted from victims

Things look bad for Prenda Law team

The TRUTH behind Microsoft Azure's global cloud mega-cock-up

"Machines will fail, software has bugs, people will make mistakes"

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