14th > November > 2013 Archive
Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Facebook must keep because REDACTED
We don't want the airwaves
Cash-saving plan came from on high and puts the channel on the front line
Live migration means your VMs won't go down on you - checkmate, Amazon
Cloudy in Melbourne, London and Sao Paulo
Just how robust is transport layer security anyway?
Federal Police seek kit capable of swallowing Euro-standard intercepts
Scale FAIL at the ticket barrier leads to source code re-write
You name it, they'll pinch it
Or can't anyone pry rounded rectangles from the lawyers' cold, clammy hands?
Profit slumps by a quarter, but slim lappies and small fondlers are still cool, right?
Cheers himself up following painful Brazilian parting
Tokyo wants to tap civilian innovations to advance its R&D
Home is where the boss follows you into the bathroom
If you can't sell 35m phones in six months, you and your handsets are landfill
re:Invent 2013Stop us if you've heard this one before ...
Emergency action required to prevent big-thing comparison anarchy
Semi-fondleslab sales to double within year - report
re:Invent 2013CloudTrail sent in by web bazaar to flag up greedy API slurpings
ReviewThe Android handset you’ll want to see the back of?
Why build your own when someone else's works fine?
Bullard's the name. Gary Bullard
Burning problem for millions... oh where is that cooling cream of a Win32 API?
Malware quartermasters dish out exploits on demand, say researchers
No fossil fuels needed for new data center (if you don't count its construction) ... bitch
Don't do what I do, do what I say
Change up... bitch
Banderas, pintas y saludos
Well, seeing as everyone else has crawled up Cupertino's arse one way or another
Doctor Who @ 50Data Visualisation: The exploits and ordeals of the Doc’s closest companions
Flight mode can now be used as advertised, confirm glorious pen-pushers
Medical plan portal manages to enroll 100k citizens in a month
C'mon, Apple chief, where are those 'exciting new products'?
Boffins flog plasma with shoelace, stimulate desirable wrigglings
Googler latest web exec to hanker after a hack's life
Odds of a new 'F*CK YOU NSA' engineer's rant: Medium
High Court judge tells BT and pals to shut out their customers
Data was unencrypted, claims Irish data protection commish
Banking behemoth cancels Q&A after furious mob descends on hashtag
Superfast network rollout will give us £20 for every quid spent, apparently
AnalysisTandberg slurp beings combined tape revs to just 22%
Poaches tech chief Shaygan Kheradpir from Barclays PLC
Old dog to perform new tricks as master leaves
Mining machine manufacturers sell out as currency spikes
Not your father's desktop, but Brits are going for it... and big-screen tellies
Enterprise Services veep and generals given marching orders
Turns to storage software, cloud in a tough market
Cognitive-app writers wanted
ReviewHuge gulp of visual refresh for GNOME-centric Linux desktop
Ad giant publishes partly opaque transparency report
AnalysisSadly, there are few volcanic islands in Austin
PicUniverse really does gets better with age
re:Invent 2013Bezos & Co bets big on solid-state drives, undercuts Rackspace
PicMarches across world, roaring: 'C is for cloud, that's good enough for me'
'Stride & Prejudice' app turns Jane Austen classic into side-scrolling game
Alternative web language delivers first production release
...then sink like a stone
Why not try this lovely AES-GCM, and don't forget to bin SHA-1, too
Doctor Who @ 50You can make a difference, with Daleks
re:Invent 2013You can check in your data anytime you like, but as for leaving...