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

11th > March > 2014 Archive

Boffins build bendy screen using LEDs just THREE atoms thick

It's a flexible display! It's a light-powered processor! It's almost anything you want

Indestructible Death Stars blow up planets with glowing KILL RAY

PicsNo convenient exhaust port this time, Luke

VMware unleashes desktop-grade desktop-as-a-service service

Virtzilla looks to have found a way to get around Microsoft's weird VDI licenses

MtGox, that bastion of unregulated e-currency Bitcoin, turns to Texas judge for protection

Bench throws bankruptcy shield around titsup exchange

Merger with Sprint is INEVITABLE, suggests T-Mobile chief bean counter

Asks Congress to act on freeing up spectrum

Microsoft's battery-boosting Surface slab cover to ship soon

Now accepting preorders for Power Cover keyboard add-on

Sony can't wait to flash you its enormous disc ... a 1TB Blu-ray spinner

One step at a time, though ... first it'll tease out 300GB next year

NEC, Alca-Lu win Sea-Me-We 5 build contracts

New Singapore-France cable moves closer

Samsung narrows counter-claim against Apple in US

Also: Apple loses sales ban bid

Foxtel's new football-watching shirt THROBS after every tackle

'Alert Shirt' slurps realtime data to replicate the experience of being on the pitch

Projector on a smartphone? There's a chip for that

Route all power to forward phasers!

SACRILEGE! Hitchhiker's Guide game's back ... and it TWEETS at you

Boss. Er's big data social media gamification research

Indonesia plans 10 Gbps FTTP as part of 20-million-premises broadband project

World's fourth-largest nation about to come online, bigtime

NASA to programmers: Save the Earth and fatten your wallet

Experts team up with space miners to sponsor asteroid finding algorithm contest

Galaxy S5 launch parties to fizzle in Samsung's back yard

Korean courts ban top carriers from selling new mobes

Vodafone Germany looks to provide end-to-end encryption with SIM signatures

Emails, docs, VPN connections signed, encrypted by the SIM

Seagate links hands with German BOSS, stomps its BigFoot

Put your hands together for the Seagate Kinetic Open Storage Platform

ICO issues guidelines on #FOI #requests through Twitter, Facebook

I can haz information?

Foxconn preps for Peak Apple with FIFTEEN THOUSAND new hires

Fruity fabricator embarks on Taiwan recruitment drive

Top UK e-commerce sites fail to protect 'password' password-havers from selves

Really... you don't lock 'em out after multiple tries? - survey

How to shop wisely for the IT department of the future

What the experts say

Blurred lines: Android e-ink mobe claims TWO-WEEK battery life

Onyxphone is great... but don't scroll too fast

Barclays warns freelance techies of DOUBLE DIGIT rate cut

'IT was a car crash before, so this isn't going to get any better' - sources

Satisfy my scroll: El Reg gets claws on Windows 8.1 spring update

Hands onLet's have a look

166 days later: Space Station astronauts return to Earth

ISS shift change goes off without a hitch

Plusnet shunts blame for dodgy DNS traffic onto customers' routers

Hapless users say they were redirected to phishing sites

Tegile's tech trajectory: All-flash function in hybrid mutant body

Two new array systems coming

Irish plod biro outrage invites Limerick Limerick challenge

'There was a mean copper in Limerick...'

Hey IBM – Lenovo here. Sort your server factory strike out, will you?

Big Blue's problem - until server biz buyout deal closes

Netflix needling you? BBC pimps up iPlayer ahead of BBC3 move

Coy on funding, promises commissioned-for-web progs

AT&T waves its magic wand, turns that $30,000 Audi into a Wi-Fi hotspot

Stream flash video to your flash ride in a flash over LTE

Security vet Rafferty rocks up at Clearswift with bold plan

'We're putting clients and partners at centre of our decision making'

Rebounding Brit IT market beefs up Computacenter top line

But continental biz woes mean droopy bottom line in '13

eBay takes a small bite out of execs' bonuses

Pay packages lightly lightened after disappointing results

Toshiba baby OCZ flings open coat, bares PCIe flasher to world

Z-Drive 4500, complete with 410,000 random read/write IOPS

My work-from-home setup's better than the office. It's GLORIOUS

StoragebodAnd I pay less for top-notch gear than my employers. Good, innit?

Apple iOS 8 'will put end' to crap map app rap flap misery

Will it steer fanbois away from runways this time?

Pure Storage CEO goes BALD after losing bet on firm's results

PicStorage upstart boss shaves head after better-than-expected quarter

Twittapocalypse! Twitter implodes, locked out tweeps around the world

UpdatedWebsite falls over, mobile and desktop apps knackered in major outage

CTO of NoSQL database upstart Basho beams over to VMware

Justin Sheehy bows out of startup life

CIA hacked Senate PCs to delete torture reports. And Senator Feinstein is outraged

NSA cheerleader's concern is hypocritical, says Snowden

Q. Can your Linux PC run Crysis? OK, it can. But will it run natively? A. Soon, very soon

Crytek touts CryENGINE for penguin-powered machines

YES, new Office for OS X is COMING, says German Microsoft bod

Updated Mac productivity suite planned for this year

Finally! Some actual, novel tech: Apple patent to revive geriatric gear

Transistors getting creaky? Power supply powering down? Here's help

It's 2014 and Microsoft Windows PCs can still be owned by a JPEG

Patch TuesdayUpdate now: OS, Internet Explorer and (of course) Flash all in line for fixes

Softbank boss promises 'massive price war' if he can buy T-Mobile US

Wants to take on AT&T-Verizon duopoly on bills and technology

NBN backbone passes TERABIT test

Transiting Toowoomba to the max

Red Hat: We've got a corker for Docker Linux locker app hawkers

Check your apps run in containers, earn a shiny certificate

MtGox gets its sorry assets frozen amid US class-action lawsuit

Plaintiffs announce restraining order in Bitcoin 'fraud' lawsuit

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