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10th > February > 2014 Archive

Getting documents all too easy for Snowden

NSA seems to have had rubbish security behind the firewall

Juniper, Palo Alto to square off over firewall tech

Trial to proceed late February

Tuesday declared 'The Day we Fight Back' against NSA et al

We're not happy about surveillance and we've CHANGED OUR AVATARS to prove it

Snapchat bug lets hackers aim DENIAL of SERVICE attacks at YOUR MOBE

Researcher allegedly blocked after he went public

Friends don't do tech support for friends running Windows XP

If your mates want an upgrade, get 'em to buy a new PC says Microsoft

Gamers in a flap as Vietnamese dev pulls Flappy Bird

World's No.1 Game returns as open source Phoenix

Apple in bid to turn MORE and MORE humans into iPhone-stroking fanbois

New production facility offers iPhones on an epic scale

James Dyson plans ROBOT ARMY to take over the world

Gadget boffin wants an android doing the ironing and washing up in every home

HP to hire 400 people in Oz 'innovation centre'

Also down under, IBM teams with government on defence research

SkyMapper turns up oldest star ever found

There's no iron in this 13.6 billion-year-old fire

El Reg talks beer and binaries with a boffin named Boffin

InterviewAstronomer Henri Boffin: Marriage guidance counsellor to the stars

NetApp FAS array to fly out in under a fortnight

19 Feb is D-Day, says source

CCTV warning notices NOT compliant with data protection laws – ICO

Parking's nosy parkers' notes not pukka

HP's hiring: UK jobs for, er, UK workers.... maybe

'It would be wrong to say we are not offshoring'

Softcat raids Insight reserve, makes off with Baker's scalp

Marlow-based reseller directs latest senior recruit to ramp cloudy biz

WHEEE... CRUNCH! iPad Mini tops list of most breakable slabs, mobes

Go easy on that delicate little slab of yours, fanboi

NYPD dons Google tech specs: Part man. Part machine. All Glasshole

Suspects' all-too-brief lives will flash before technogoggled cops' eyes

Barclays Bank probes 'client data sold to rogue City traders' breach

'Initial investigations' suggest 'data from 2008 or earlier'

Qipp debuts 'Clippy for your STUFF' app

Bluetooth tags turn turns things into things on the internet

NASA promises balloon ride and über precise 'scope pointer for planet-gazing boffins

'Track a dime at two miles' with the Wallops Arc Second Pointer

IBM x86 sale will disrupt customers and the channel, shrieks Fujitsu

FEAR, UNCERTAINTY and DOUBT lies ahead... unless you come to us, that is

Apple's Hacker Princess dumps fruity firm for Elon Musk's Tesla

Kristin Paget trades fanbois and slabs for 'leccy cars

Oracle and Pluribus team up, flip the switch on Cisco SDN killer

Oracle Solaris 11 through OpenStack cloud

iPhone maker Foxconn to pump $1bn into new Indonesian factory

Production shifts away from China as US invasion looms

Micron: PCM? Pah. Gaze upon our MUTANT flashy memory cube

Memory bods fling doors open to analysts+dogs

Apple investor Icahn backs down on share buyback plan

Meh, Apple's 'ALREADY close to fulfilling... repurchase target'

Netflix speed index shows further decline in Verizon quality

Smoking gun for Netflix streaming problems, or coincidence?

Rise of the (tiny) machines: US boffins make nanomotor breakthrough

Researchers use ultrasonic warbles to make gold motors dance

Nokia to launch low-cost Android phone this month – report

Bargain-basement mobe to debut in Barcelona

Yahoo! Mail users see crying baby who says firm is 'over capacity'

UpdatedIf only there was some sort of scalable server system around

HTC looks to cheaper phones as revenues wane

Company shifts focus to mid-market with new models

'The Sims' takes reins of BlackBerry Messenger as old chief Bocking departs

Messaging apps now part of enterprise services group

Zuckerberg tops the list of most generous Americans with billion-dollar gift

Tech sector starting the giving game young

Rackspace shares pummelled by CEO retirement shock

Lanham Napier hangs up his hat

End of an era as DiData ditches its distie

The ComTech era passes as Express Data goes to Dicker Data

Auditor rains on Bureau of Met's data warehousing parade

Drought databases needs a scorched-earth approach if it is to be fixed

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