26th > November > 2013 Archive
School IT boss already fingered for evidence tampering
SC13Freedom to pursue 'hunches' will make make the next few years 'a scream'
Three-quarters of workers stick with Microsoft's gear – leak
Petition aims to stay Nullsoft executioner's axe
Slacktivism critics: you have your case study
Oz designers deliver TOR, IPSec and 1 Gbps box with locks
What's wrong with the rules? How long have you got...
Burping bovines, fossil fuel in US may toast planet faster
Just when you thought quantum computing couldn't get any weirder ...
NDRC to investigate chipmaker under anti-monopoly law
The race to weave elastic superconductive fibres has begun
Twitter strengthens ID checks to stop underage drinkers seeing boozy Tweets
Are you ready for DRAM x TEN write speeds?
'Impossible is something that has to happen'? Shurely something that can't ...?
Memo to Microsoft: you do know not every TV uses American standards?
Chinese manufacturer promises cheap, low-end electro-manacle in early 2014
VidHobby project brings visit from the Feds
Eccentric security pioneer has moved on to Canada
Activists argue Chocolate Factory could call Beijing's bluff
Sysadmin BlogIt should differentiate itself by not copying Apple
StoragebodSee that nettle? Time to pop your gardening gloves on, chaps
Fruity firm wants first shot at hard-of-hearing fanboi segment
Benchmark monitor sends alleged test cheats to the back of the class
FeatureOld school Unibody upgrading with Mavericks and storage tricks...
If your spooks aren't tapping Merkel, you should fire them really
Infinite Memory Engine
Auntie’s DOG bites ‘Day of the Doctor’ catch-up viewers
Web scale and Asia market important in consumer ERP push
Cheaper flash and less of it
PicturesYour personal snaps held in suspended animation
'You simply cannot imprison enough Chinese people'
Half-year numbers out for provider Kcom - sales and profits slip
NATO cybersecurity bods to fly to Estonia for infosec Cluedo
Report: Workers making screens for Samsung and pals 'often injured' on job
Eternal patent war rumbles on, all concerned consider sticking pins in eyes
OpinionIt's time for Redmond to get a round in, says Phoummala Schmitt
No sleep. No food. Just 4 months of internet ... poor thing
Claims that dating site used pics on fake accounts without consent
Cloud and devices front opening against 'Linux tax'
£100k worth of kit seized by fuzz
Google squirts out 4.4 to yet more devices
Vast blast cloud still aglow in X-Ray spectrum
Vendor consolidation 'inevitable': WHO will dash for the exit first?
HPC blogWe node you like those accelerators
ReviewThe 21-inch, 1080p Android tablet that thinks it’s an all-in-one desktop PC
Listen to those penguins scream
Web TV system goes on the block before it has even launched – report
...public sector buyers spent £10m on G-Cloud in October
Campaigner says tweaks should be stopped while Euro DPAs investigate
CEO interview blogEver since Oracle bought our little firm for $1bn, I've been a startup guy
According to a survey, tech managers are in the dark about 'unofficial' IT spend
Just 1 week after exposé about its merde sécurité de l'information
'Nauts will be happy to note Progress 53 also comes bearing oxygen, air
Daylight highlights Enlightened One's childbed site
'Clean, safe and fun' words only for Ghosts in a firefight. It's not very realistic, is it?
Now taking preorders in America for phones to ship in December
Boffin gives it 40 per cent chance of return trip, but it'll be a heck of a show if it dies
Download and play while you wait for fixed gear to show up
Vulture South distills the World Solar Challenge into a bush communications guide
New storage drivers let code sandboxes run on stock kernels
Shining a light on a dark market
iOS, Android, Kindle and Windows Phone 8
The whole thing's a mess
Revenues keep shrinking, but could an end be in sight?