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11th > November > 2013 Archive

Norks unlikely to beat the USA in the death-ray race

The long, slow march to a practical pulse bomb

Singaporeans THANK government for BANNING IaaS site

That's the infidelity-as-a-service site Ashleymadison.com, not a proper cloud

Turnbull touts construction resumption in YouTube vid

'No halt in construction' says Mal the Builder, but network will go low-fibre

Personal web and mail server for Raspberry Pi seeks cash

YOU don't need no steenking cloud or hosting company, say ArkOS devs

Chinese shoppers spend £100 MEEEELLION online in SIX minutes

World's biggest singles party sees lots of out of pants action ... for credit cards

Microsoft advertises Surface, Excel with maths mistake

Spreadsheet discounts holiday by $500 in possible portent for future Surface price slashes

New South Wales government promises open data by default

Tim Berners-Lee's 5 Star Linked Open Data framework comes to Macquarie Street

Bloke named 'human' demands 'COPSLIE' licence plate

New Hampshire court mulls 'freedom of speech' case

Shuttleworth sorry for 'Open source Tea Party' jibe

Ubuntu Daddy also apologises for 'new guy' inciting 'torches and pitchforks' with legal letter

Microsoft won't run Skype in China - a new JV partner awaits

Chat monitoring to continue inside Great Firewall though

'Burning platform' Elop: I'd SLASH and BURN stuff at Microsoft, TOO

Office for EVERYTHING - that's the answer

Apple kicks iStuff-sniffer out of App Store

Fruity fans have got to work for their iFix

Rogue US-Israeli cyberwar weapon 'infected Russian nuclear plant'

Even the space station has been infected by malware, claims Kaspersky

Calling all PSYCHICS and ball-gazers: Can YOU predict a Microsoft strategy?

'Don't ask me, I only manage Microsoft Office'

Doctor Who nicked my plot and all I got was a mention in this lousy feature

Doctor Who @ 50How writers plundered sci-fi, literature, films and more

Oracle's nemesis MariaDB releases sleekest seal yet to beta

Aided by Google, envied by MySQL users, and she has GORGEOUS new features

If your bosses tell you you're 'in it together', don't ever believe them

Blocks and FilesSometimes you have to look out for number one

Martian MOM LAYS another EGG in SPACE - but it's not big enough

Rocket chokes, but probe still 'in normal health', say India's space boffins

GoDaddy kicks off gTLD land rush with first domain sales

Registrars start handing out new ICANN addresses

BIG, CURVY Apple models: Just right for SLAP AND TICKLE

An end to the menace of insensitive skinny gadgets

Yet ANOTHER IE 0-day hole found: Malware-flingers already using it for drive-by badness

You read that right: OPT OUT of a botnet by hitting Ctrl+Alt+Del

RETRO-GASM: The Fuze electronics kit for the Raspberry Pi

ReviewElectronics! Metal! Screws! Resistors! Buzzers! Basic programming! Nostalgia!

XtremIO dear: Dell brags of being cheapest of the big flash four

Analyst paper on eve of EMC's big flash box launch

UK.gov IT supplier catalogue G-Cloud 4 goes titsup

Maintenance work needed to sort out crash... following maintenance work

'F-CK YOU GOOGLE+' ukelele missy scoops BIG WAD of $$ - for Google

UpdateAstonishing media coup as ad giant manages to monetise HATE

Right royal rumpus over remote-control 'RoboRoach'

Insect command via mobile phone: Proper science or animal cruelty?

Which Who to view? Pick one from two: Doctor Who twin trailers hit the interwebs

Vid50th anniversary episode to hit telly at teatime on 23 November

NO! Radio broadcasters snub 'end of FM' DAB radio changeover

UK.gov's FM-killing diktat will crush local listening, say refuseniks

BT Sport scores own goal with £897m Champions League footie rights deal

Pfft. Laying fibre is boring - let's pay over the odds for soccer rights

Phoenix IT Group in talks to offload Cisco services biz to BT – sources

Mega vendor blacklisted Northampton-based reseller

Red Hat halves prices, blackens European skies with OpenShift PaaS

14 new countries get commercial support for PaaS

EMC's XtremIO array: Everything we know about new all-flash box

Get your pre-launch skinny here

Blighty's banks prep for repeated kicks to cyber-'nads in Operation Waking Shark II

Stress test will check IT resilience - but not physical security

Internet Explorer 11 for Win7 bods: Soz, no HTML5 fun for you

Keep buying taking the tablets

Back to black: Dot Hill climbs out of the dot hole

Posts a profit after making OEM eyes at Teradata, Lenovo

Netscape daddy's VC firm dumps $60m of Facebook stock

Andreessen Horowitz still has a stake in social network

Burnt-out Comet's VC backers are looking for more cash

Probe into Blighty retailer's £257m crash ongoing, but that won't stop OpCapita

GCHQ hijacked LinkedIn profiles to hack Belgian telecoms network – report

Brit spies infected computers with 'Quantum Insert' malware

Netflix, YouTube video killed the BitTorrent star? Duo gobble web traffic

File-sharing officially on the wane

Google brazenly strokes its mobile cloud tools just before Amazon shindig

Tries to lure devs into its Chocolate Factory by waving two free utilities

I want NSA chief's head on a plate for Merkelgate, storms Senator McCain

And raging Republican reckons 'pigs will fly' if Snowden hasn't sold out to the Russians

Ding-dong! Bye bye Sunday lie-in, your Amazon package is HERE

Not rain nor sleet nor snow nor conventional work-week...

AGIMO spring cleans data.gov.au and finds a THIRD was JUNK

Hurrah for open government, where 200 files = 200 datasets until someone notices

Flippin' heck! Magnetic poles of Sun are gyrating: What Earth needs to know

VidFlares to fall away as Sun completes another natural cycle

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