7th > February > 2014 Archive
French prez spits out Dutch sandwich
All the secrets of the Marvel Universe, now in JSON format
Big Blue looks at chip division, then chopping block, then chip division, then ...
All of humanity seen in a precious few pixels
Ban on trading tools prompts iPhone shoot-em-up
Company said to have backed out of Jack Ryan placements
Nearly two years in the making, it's almost ready to roll
Rides out to defend customers
The Large Hadron Collider is so eighties, say boffins
You could virtualise it, but really, why bother?
A point release? FORTRAN? Yes this does matter, especially to HPC folks
It's gotta be better than the rage fest that is IT administration
Australia-only test while CommVault-powered service works out the kinks
Just 170m devices by 2018 and hardly any pushing packets
VPN census tracks freedom fighters or those ... erm ... amusing themselves
But third quarter results show profit growth slowdown
InterviewCome to my privacy-respecting startup instead, folks
Big Blue starts supercomputer project to help healthcare and education intiatives
StoragebodI hate to say I told you so, but...
QuotwPlus: 'Making Bill his adviser is the biggest joke I have heard in a long time'
Something for the Weekend, Sir?Tight-fit rubber and tape
Episode 1Couple's therapy at Mission Central
For a given value of 'shrink' - they're still rolling in moolah
'2 out of 3' major holes in router plugged: researcher
ExclusiveRedmond man spills the beans on Microsoft's top-secret software
CommentBeaten, slightly battered, but now shining on the web. What’s not to like?
Rushes out and buys startup to bolster job vacancy biz
ReviewThe shape of things to come?
'Thankfully he's not in charge' opines thoughtful fanboi
Happy Valentine's! Partner boss woos partners in US... and soon EMEA
All-flash and hybrid arrays dangled in front of channel
All hail Norman Richardson
For sake of EC's rep, it SHOULDN'T be 'done behind closed doors' - complainant
Says planned settlement deal shouldn't be ridiculed by Microsoft
Sticks to smartphones, tabs, Chromebooks and high-end lappies
Updated'I had to sort everything by myself' alleges irate chap
'We're not ready to talk about it' says 'aggressive' CEO
Current compromise not 'meaningful'
£200m program to include 'predictive' tech à la Minority Report
In old age, arms dealer ruminates on problems caused by rifles
'Technical issue' keeping customers' coins locked away
Company must serve notice of privacy settlement
JTRIG active intelligence unit boasts of bugging and burgling
Big Blue tackles big cloud compatibility problem
Squeaks past Exxon Mobil, sets sights on Cupertino
Law would force vendors to offer remote bricking
Unique 'smart covers' make modding your mobe a snap