19th > February > 2014 Archive
Carbon|OS touted on virtual private hybrid cloud servers
Raise your finger to pipe data to your retina
How does six terabytes of memory in a 4U rack grab you?
John Chen shares BlackBerry fans' outrage over 'ill-conceived' iPhone offer
Australian Privacy Foundation warns of police 'mission creep'
AnalysisResilience or throughput – set it then forget it
Developers may have tended to understate the hugeness of the object
Lync team wants to rule the world
Cities not yet smart enough
Opera Max squeezes the net into mobiles
Sochi games are a software-defined networker's dream run
Coding for kiddies can now be considered by national curriculum review
WeMo leaves key under mat for crooks, invites them in to rummage about
ObitChristopher Malcolm also noted for Rocky Horror, Ab Fab gay dad roles
Tasty treats have been salted and hashed but can still harden your @rteries
Peter Magnusson hopes to avoid 'pissing off' former colleagues
Not enough data a problem for some, while Hadoop integration has proved tricky
But are they dangerous to biz? Commish to 'assess' risks
Roaming charges must DIE, vows top Eurocrat
Scores more cash for 'next-gen data virtualisation, mobility tech'
Hooks up with DIY Drones for fulfilling relationship
ArchaeologicThe ‘Super-Spectrum Entertainment Engine’ and more
Poorly publicised medical records plan kicked into autumn
Needs help with bagging those big cloudy contracts
Head of drugs market vows to make good on lost cryptogeld
Decision to disallow evidence reversed. Got that?
Profitable quarter and deducing backup/VTL bundle on the way
Just don't mention the accounts unpleasantness. Oops
Plus online storage, upgrades... but only in the US
The chip is the star, but each server comes with some baubles
'What sets it apart is its ability to monetise that brand' *cough*
Chuck in IP licensing and we'll call it $147m... cash
Half of revenue still comes from CDs and videos - BPI
Ryan Seacrest's biz: Chuh! That IP? It's 'not enforceable'...
Media couple: 'Days of the British Empire are over', 'Britain is as bad as EGYPT'
SFWIt's called Jerky, which sort of cancels out its privacy settings
Smack that switch up... it 'contains our patented' tech'!
PodcastPlus: Hey partner, want some SHINY SWAG?
Readers' cornerGuide this reader through the vendor maze
NDRC claims silicon shifter overcharged its Chinese customers
Scale-out via clustering the way ahead for array biz
This ain't your normal Crawley bit barn
No, seriously, you probably can't
Renews plan to curb telco tampering of web packets
Oh snap! Chat app chaps slap $3bn in their slacks. Crack open the schnapps
VidNuSTAR space 'scope records last milliseconds of celestial globe's life
New Delhi open data launches in five languages