26th > February > 2014 Archive
Pics & videoNothing to worry about, however – at least for a week or so
Big Brother is watching you ... in hi-def
RSA 2014The good news? Strong crypto still works
End of road for Australian technology icon?
Secret trade treaty snags on IP and agriculture
Vulnerable access points could spread viruses like that snuffly chapy next to you on the train
Tinder plugs leak that let you track your intended for months at a time, to within 30m
Starvation fears as air pollution chokes plants ahead of harvest
New short-haul speed record hailed as showing multimode fibre will be around for years
Notorious site teams with Lund University Internet Institute to probe file sharing habits
Wernham Hogg has a new neighbour, Virtzilla's vCloud Hybrid Service
NFC-enabled wearable could help elderly users find their way home
'Most people haven't used their @facebook email' admits official mouthpiece
What happens when the immovable government meets the irresistible gadget-maker?
But we'll do ATOM for servers anyway because some people need it, says enterprise GM
Exec backs fudged care.data that will 'save' health service
Next VS2013 update to make TypeScript a first-class citizen
Drops mention of AWS, forbids class actions and makes arbitration compulsory for all
UK tab sales reach 1.5m in Q4... just 4,900 Windows 8 tabs sold
Asks biz bod bouncers: Will OpenStack Cinder and NFS get us in?
14,000+ Linux and Windows clients touched
MWC 2014Saving the planet and turning profit, one old mobe at a time
CRM giant's customers take an arrow to the knee... – reports
MWC 2014Ooh, Apple... Best Tab. Has anyone told, um, 'Mike Wozniak'?
MWC 2014 LIVE podcastBugger buffering...
MWC 2014He who pays silly money enriches us all
Commemorative Vulture 2 mead will knock your socks off
Up to individual orgs to deal with security, sniffs HSCIC
Spam scam blam, moolah scram
Ta for the $2.3bn, Lenovo... just take IT OFF US
Farmville firm investors get 2nd chance to do some digging
Yet shady bods sharpen knives over $10k 'get Karpeles' fund
Bracknell recruiters in job ad placeholder text fail
Telco picks up customers ... at a cost
Boneheads get their knickers in a twist anyway
We'll settle with CANDY CRUSHER, says cowed gamehaus
Hopes to slap down more zero-day attacks...
'Leccy carmaker wants its very own battery-building plant at home in the US
We had this first, shout founders of Bitcoin Average
Now gathering robo-driver data, imagines realtime insurance adjustment
Gazing at magnificent globes pays off for scientists
Jim Starkey's database co surfs Valley Lucre wave
FCC filings reveal hush-hush device which destroys itself when tampered with
VidQ: What's more terrifying than it sounds? A: Flock of autonomous aerial robots