nav search
Data Center Software Security DevOps Business Personal Tech Science Emergent Tech Bootnotes

3rd > March > 2014 Archive

AVG killing LiveKive cloud storage service

More spring cleaning for AV-vendor will see the lights go off in in August

Cisco kicks off $300k Internet of Things security competition

Borg wants an Internet of secure things and wants you to do the heavy thinking

IM demo for TOR coming soon

Instantbird to land on an onion by end of March

Flying fondleslab causes injury after plane hits turbulence

Australian Transport Safety Bureau stupidly warns gadgets 'can become projectiles'

MtGox to customers: Your call is important to us … NOT!

Call centre hell awaits Bitcoin's bereft brigades

Japanese boffins build 'earring PC' for hands-free computing

Tiny wearable device weighs just 17 GRAMS...

Jobless mum claims Spanish councillor told her to 'go on the game'

... or give her kid up for adoption – report

Pakistan's YouTube ban may end after Google removes anti-Muslim vid

Chocolate Factory's hand forced after losing US court case

Boffins say dark matter found with X-ray

Atomic line could be evidence of 'sterile neutrinos' that bring universal balance

Twitter sags beneath weight of Oscar selfie

El Reg's Hollywood reporter brings you the MILLION-RETWEET goss and glamour

Satya Nadella shakes up Microsoft, appoints 'Scroogled' man Mark Penn as strategy chief

Skype head Tony Bates and Tami Reller out

Traditional RAID is outdated and dying on its feet

HPC blogWell, it sure is for large-scale data

Fanbois sent into FITS of RAGE by fake Steve Jobs statue competition

Cupertino omertà provoked tidal wave of incredulous wrath back-office battle may see British Justice offshored

May shift to private sector, may offshore parts, may have head-arse ID problem

Massive new AIRSHIP to enter commercial service at British dirigible base

UK designers buy baby back from broke US Army

Beta tasting: The Elder Scrolls Online preview

Game TheoryWorlds away from Warcraft

Child sex abuse image peddlers dodge UK smut filters and demand Bitcoin payments

ExclusiveIWF spots worrying trend as digital currency is used for first time

In spinning rust we TRUST: HGST slips out screamingly fast ... HDD

15,000rpm and 600GB in 2.5 inches

IBM to shutter Greenock x86 line after sale to Lenovo - reports

MP seeks clarity, 'monitoring situation very closely'

German freemail firms defend AdBlock-nobbling campaign

You're running 'content manipulating browser add-ons', citizen

Alcatel unveils 'cheaper-than-Chromebook' Lapdock-alike phablet-powered laptop

MWC 2014Hero 'smartbook' is actually a dumb (smartphone-powered) terminal

Dashboard Siri! Take me to the airport! NO, NOT the RUNWAY! Argh!

Fruity firm rebrands iOS in the Car, rolls it out in ... a Ferrari

We test Intel's 730 480GB SSD Skulltrail scorcher

ReviewEnterprise grade storage for all?

Reg reader rattles tin for GoPro camera 'Stubilizer'

UpdateStuart Smith wraps prototyping, hits Kickstarter

Labour calls for BIG OVERHAUL of UK super-snoop powers in 'new digital world'

Shades of grey area around mothballed communications data bill

Anti-snoop Blackphone hits shelves in June: NOW we'll see how much you value privacy

Will punters spend $629 ... when it's not 100% NSA-proof?

Dragons' Den badboy ups Expansys bid to £7.55m

Still 88 per cent lower than investors coughed in 2010

Bill Gates is BACK... as CHIEF RICH human of PLANET EARTH

Software king bumps Carlos Slim into second place

Brocade, Broadcom, Freescale trio aglow in the OpenFlow chateau

Support for version 1.3 now slipped into tech gear

Optus sparks broadband HYPEGASM with gigasite trial

In this week's episode of falling for big numbers, we find $43 an hour can buy 165 Mbps LTE

Miscreant menaces Meetup, minuscule money mania mashed

$300 or the trendy website gets it ... and the website got it

Confirmed: New Microsoft strategy boss advised President Clinton, ex-UK PM Blair

The truth behind rumors around Redmond senior exec suite

The Register - Independent news and views for the tech community. Part of Situation Publishing