28th > February > 2014 Archive
What will punters use their new fast connections for?
Will new CEO Satya Nadella be Microsoft's Lou Gerstner?
Plus stability fix for iTunes on Redmond-powered PCs
If wasps can do this to an A330, how are Internet of Things sensors going to fare?
TrustyConRaises $20,000 for EFF, and support for some in security industry
Not on Google's fancy buses, mind you. On the ordinary kind
ExclusiveQuasar beams jobs onto under-provisioned servers
TrustyConWhat if antivirus companies are whitelisting state malware...
Yellen dampens hopes of lawmaker seeking cryptocurrency ban
'Melbourne Shufﬂe' will make it harder for cloud operators to mine or sniff your data
No need to ask what's up with all the titsup, what with WhatsApp on the up-and-up
Now you can live forever, Reg research suggests
Chocolate Factory wants to cure YOU
From 'regret' to 'a great week for Europe’s Digital Agenda' in a year
Form 10-K shows Virtzilla knows it has a lot of work to do in the hybrid cloud
This baby will never escape from the bit of string back to corporate
Sub hangars, abyssal probe, immense tower with 'Eye' at the top
Secret CIOLet go of the shopping trolley and skill up, popeye
ExclusivePlanning for Christmas 2018
PreviewEl Reg gaming mistress given sneak peek at the dev's EU HQ
Soon they'll send them to Japanese pals using Babelfish-like social network feature
Sod the London Look, it's all about the Rasputin Look
Cowed victims hand over thousands rather than install basic security measures
Warner Bros to make movie out of addictive block-shifting game
Lawyer: We'll 'vehemently oppose' extradition attempts
QuotwPlus: 'Thin-skinned... thinks he owns the material he conduits'
Mud-slinging begins as investor pushes for PayPal spin-off
Taken out Software Assurance? Help yourself to side-loading apps
Storage firm cutting costs amid yet another restructure
UpdatedTelco giant claims watchdog has driven competition deep into network
Something for the Weekend, Sir?Buy my fantasy tech... watch my heels... and... POP!
Exchanges 'fesses up to losing 750,000 Bitcoins
NSFWNuestro fotógrafo sufre pesadillas - Lo mismo puede ocurrirle a usted
Job cuts, closures and 'we'll take advantage of cheap labour'
Email content skimming claims may not qualify as class action, says Judge Lucy Koh
Incredibly expensive 'dustbin' computer's deliveries delayed
Court saves Cupertino from $2bn raid on its $159bn cash hoard
Glassdoor reveals astonishing salaries of Silicon Valley undergrads
Windows Phone the rising star? Didn't see that one coming
Full code and documentation offered for mobile graphics chip
Ex-Logicalis boss talks fluffy stuff as he lands at IaaS firm Ospero
RSA 2014Your medical files are worth big bucks to fraudsters