3rd > February > 2014 Archive
Take that Windows Vista!
Mobility ArchaeologyReg man dumps Galaxy S4 for 2.5G feature phone
Governments invited to Brussels for a look up Redmond's skirts
Cupertino trying to satisfy all of the people, all of the time (especially advertisers)
'Outernet' plan would use cubesats to beam MOOCs and Wikipedia to the world
US Army droid teamsters 'avoid pedestrians' without trouble
Spear phishing through LinkedIn did for Professor Jean-Jacques Quisquater
Dropbox-style offering possibly worth up to $2bn
How would you power a data centre 10 years from now?
First-ever over-1TH/s Bitcoin miner shipped
Global sales rise despite 9th quarter of EMEA declines. HP heads the pack
Police impound servers and neutralise threat - for now
UpdatedDownsized depts told to chop ADDITIONAL 15% - source
Updated'Internal coding error' at fault...
Joins mega-patent-having tech titan club, will cross-license too
Blocks and FilesPity the poor techie who had to explain it to them
ReviewAndroid tablet plus Windows laptop... plus Windows desktop
No alternative to CITHS framework ready to roll, no options, no clue
Syrian Electronic Army take on tat biz overlords
ExclusiveFirm won't comment on 'FAS8000'
Actually spawned by OTHER parent stars 'far, far away'
'A personally chastening experience,' says boss Wilcox
Trust denies claims that priceless working Lorenz device left unmaintained...
British Bluetooth gizmo startup pushes card-slurper for tiny biz
Former angel investor picks up the Violin bow
By the way, there might be a 50% crash in sales later on. Just so you know
Spokesman still won't give us a number
Salesforce-backed cloud boosts capabilities, but keeps prices high
Damages are $280m, they say, but should be tripled because case was 'conclusively proven'
SDK now open to world+dog – but follow the rules, peasant, or risk being cast into the pit
UpdatedYahoo! and Facebook spill the beans, too
No Super Bowl rehash as company marks Mac milestone
Discount-Licensing ignored copyright regs, says MS legal eagle
Will step down as chairman to get hands-on with products
A few privacy, security wrinkles to iron out before collision-avoidance tech saves your life
Wins five-year telemetry, tracking and control contract