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12th > March > 2014 Archive

What did you see, Elder Galaxies? What made you age so quickly?

1.6bn years old and already collecting a pension ... boffins baffled by new cosmic riddle

Panel: Death of Cisco and Juniper switches are greatly exaggerated

OFC 2014'There's always going to be specialized hardware' say industry execs

Universal Music mulls 'all you can eat' buffet of song downloads

Just like Napster in 1999 but with money

We all owe our EXISTENCE to lovely VOLCANOES, say boffins

PicAntarctica lava blasts kept Earth warm 'n' cozy during global cold snaps

Academic blames US for tech titans' tax dodge

The mechanics of Apple's Irish I-rich i-Pay-No-Tax

Google opens Docs and Sheets to tinkerers with new add-on APIs

Users can add new features from an online store

ITU given keys to autonomous car standards process

Trials expected on public roads in six years

Cherry-pick undermines NBN business case: Switkowski

No, really?

Protect data by deleting it: Ground Labs

Why are you keeping credit card numbers in e-mail anyway?

Juniper jury sinks Palo Alto Networks case, for now

Mistrial leaves firewall vendor burning

Japan preps new law to bolster government cyber defences

Government systems attacked every thirty seconds

NZ bloke's drunken poker bet ends in 99-letter name

Mr Full Metal Havok <snip> Frostnova

Boffins demo FIVE MICRON internal combustion engine

Honey, I shrunk the cylinder

VMware drops vSphere 5.5 Update 1 into sysadmins' laps

DDoS fix, web client leaves Linux in lurch, plus VSAN bugs revealed

You thought it was dead – but Flappy Bird may return: Millions prepare to poke own eyes out

Dev considers resurrection of original with 'get a life' warning

It's BANKS v TELCOs: Mobe payments systems go head-to-head

Two industry bodies, both fighting for your cash - and your identity

I, for one, welcome our VMware VSAN overlord

StoragebodThough I wish it would open up a bit...

BB10's 'dated' crypto lets snoops squeeze the juice from your BlackBerry – researcher

UpdatedBEAST likely WON'T attack your sensitive web traffic though

Mastercard, Syniverse target holiday payment security with mobile verification system

Not in Bora Bora? Crooks can't use your credit card there

The browser's resized future in a fragmented www world

The Web @ 25The safe option in a native jungle

Phoenix IT Group is FIGHTING BACK

Finally names CEO, issuing shares to pay down hefty debts

Windows Phone beats BLACKBERRY in mobe OS popularity stakes

Apple and Samsung still waaaay ahead, though

Apple India to put mini-shops in suburbs to flog entry-level kit

Disties to drive network of small stores – local report

REVEALED: What you'll pay for VSAN software and hardware

There's one official piece of VSAN-ready kit on sale

Five unbelievable headlines that claim Tim Berners-Lee 'INVENTED the INTERNET'

You'll never guess what happened next

MUM's WordPress recipe blog USED AS ZOMBIE in DDoS attacks

Well, it's statistically reasonably likely. Just update to 3.8.1, OK?

Speaking in Tech: Holy SiT! It's our 100th ep. Time for a video-podcast

Vid specialFriends don't let friends reject Edward Snowden for Lena Dunham

EU Parliament rubber-stamps 'irreversible' data protection reforms

Will make life, um, 'easier for business' – Viv Reding insists

Shift up, Ballmer: Microsoft expands board, makes room for activist investor

Mason Morfit takes a seat

Parliament network prang: 'Supplier done it', no Office 365 yet

Ancient creaky building's ancient creaky network falls over, bunfight ensues

Is the World Wide Web for luvvies and VCs – or for all of us?

AnalysisPart 1: In which we look at what the Greatest Living Briton got wrong (and right)

San Francisco says yes to GIANT Apple flagship store, public plaza

More iconic than a NY glass cube... apparently

UK's CASH POINTS to MISS Windows XP withdrawal date

Fear of fine trumps fear of breach for banks

Slash tuition fees for STEM students, biz boss body begs

Fresh meat needed stat to fill 'skilled technician' shortage

Seven Great Moments in World Wide Web History

Web @ 25 + BongFrom Fry to Lane Fox - can you remember where you were?

Candy Crush King plans IPO valuing it at $7.6 BEEELLION

Game-maker wants to sell 22 million shares for up to $24 each

New fear: Worm that ransacked US military PCs was blueprint for spies' super-malware

Secret stealer spawned spooks' snoop stooge, it seems

Who DOESN'T want to play world's tallest game of Tetris – all 437ft of it

How to sign up for Nintendo classic on a city high-rise

NSA's TURBINE robot can pump 'malware into MILLIONS of PCs'

UpdatedSysadmins, routers, criminals' IRC botnets, and maybe terrorists, all for the pwning

Delphix: Hey now, we're the database hostess with the Postgres

Version 4 also frees data on Unix to escape to Linux land

Dying for an Ubuntu Linux phone? Here's how much it'll cost you

Canonical supremo Mark Shuttleworth spills beans on mobe price tags

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