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28th > January > 2014 Archive

Google bus protests are Kristallnacht against the rich – tech VC legend

Tom Perkins proves Godwin's Law, quickly dumped by investor pals

Department of Human Services removes Medicare from internet

Australian government forgets redirects for popular websites

Apple's Tim Cook: Fear not, worried investors, new product salvation is 'absolutely' on the way

Analysis'Are you still a growth company?'

Israel defence ministry, contractors phished by mystery attacker

Security vendor: It was Palestine wot did it

Internet giants, US gov agree to loosen secrecy of private info slurps

Finer-grained reporting now permitted, sometimes, sort of

WhisperSystems creates 'suicide pill' for phones

Find-my-phone app includes 'reset by geolocation'

US, Japan prep new rainfall sat for launch

GPM observatory set to fly late Feb

Got a TorMail account to avoid Uncle Sam's web snoops? About that...

FBI claims to have cloned mail server and inboxes last year

IBM reveals radical email interface rethink

Touch-enabled, in-browser, multi-platform email coming later in 2014

Teeny, tiny state machine could BREATHE NEW LIFE into Moore's Law

'Densest system ever'

Sony on the ropes after Moody's downgrade to junk

Mini-revival isn't enough for influential credit ratings biz

Cops cuff alleged email hackers in GLOBAL bust

Password pinching thieves ran sites in India, China, Romania and US

Tunguska object came from Mars say Russian boffins

Curiosity rover's data about Red Planet's rocks compared to Tunguska fragments

Foxconn mulls US expansion as States compete for business

China's getting too pricey for Taiwanese tat assembly titan

Smartmobe market tops ONE BEEELION a year for first time

You can guess the top two manufacturers, but the next three may surprise

Google patents ROBO-TAXIS to ferry punters into advertiser's shops, restaurants, etc for free

In Soviet Google, advertisers DRIVE YOU

Radio boffins remember the future-ture-ture: From the Cold War to (White) SPAAAAACE

Phwoarrrrr... Look at the valves on that...

Behold the world's first full-colour 3D printer

Stratasys beast mixes materials and hues, for a modest £200k

Son of Stan made president of Acer's cloud and notebook biz

Down-on-its-luck Acer needs a Maverick, and already has one in the family

Elderly Bletchley Park volunteer sacked for showing Colossus exhibit to visitors

Heartless managers give guide the boot - TV news crew film all

Stephen Fry rewrites computer history again: This time it's serious

Que, QI host? WHAT DO YOU MEAN Kildall was 'cracked'?

Android holds steady as iOS and Windows Phone slip in Kantar reports

Europe only stable market for Microsoft and Nokia

Android VPN redirect vuln now spotted lurking in Kitkat 4.4

Now may be a good time to check this out, says securo-bod

Seagate plods along steadily despite promise of Xyratex buyout

Revenues rise, revenues fall, they rise again. C'est la vie

Mobe industry quails as Ofcom floats idea of QUADRUPLING 2G spectrum prices

Unilateral price increase? B-b-but we have a contract...

Aer Lingus opts for Tegile arrays, snubs EMC in shock move

'Costly and inefficient' EMC gear prompted shift to upstart

NatWest 'spam' email cockup got me slapped with late payment fee, says angry Reg reader

SPF update fail junks critical bank communications

Tech giants CAN disclose US spooks' data demands - but with heavy restrictions

Related: Apple received just 250 data requests in 2013

WORLDWIDE SELFIE: Cosmonauts finally get ISS cameras working

Gaze upon the whole Earth in standard def or HD, via the International Space Station

Dell taps Sons of Cisco for networking Manhattan project

Cumulus Networks deal sees Private Dell split network software from hardware

GP surgeries MUST DO BETTER on data handling, says ICO

Watchdog warning comes as NHS prepares to unlock medical records

Toshiba twirls its HAMR, ponders whether to smash spinning rust

Watch out for Seagate's shinglers, boys

Do you wear specs? Google Glass offers YOU amazing live HD video

'Puter-goggs get prescription lenses – so your eyes can experience real-world graphics

BlackBerry makes its devilish Android trickery official in OS update

Plugging the app gap, and other tweaks, in 10.2.1

Here they come: Dot-word warehouse Donuts to launch new top-level domains this week

Vanity domains for cyclists and plumbers among first seven

Home-grown server kit saves Facebook 'a BEELLION dollars'

Open hardware + open software + data centers = immense savings

Accused fraudster Charles Shrem quits Bitcoin Foundation board

'Prolonged legal dispute' just wouldn't look good

You shall not IT PASS! UK gov fishes tech catalogue out of bin as replacement stalls

Cabinet Office extends CITHS, suppliers claim

Bonk to enter: Starwood Hotels testing keyless check-in via mobe

Smartphone app is your virtual door key in limited trial

Good news! Today is Data Privacy Day ... Stop sniggering at the back

+CommentTech firms ask for FTC, new laws to end data-protection woes

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