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28th > March > 2014 Archive

Samsung Galaxy S5 in El Reg's claws: This time the 'S' is for 'sensible'

First fondle'I grasped its dimpled rear and shook it hard'

Sick of walking into things while gawping at your iPhone? Apple has a patent app. for that

Look up from your texts while walking? What is this, 1997?

NSW government gets into the smartphone case business

Outsourcing jobs one day, entering markets with oodles of private competitors the next

First pics: Comet-chaser Rosetta hurtles towards icy prey, camera in hand

Pic + vidESA wants to land a bot on a comet 524 million km from the Sun. Let that sink in

Australian National University CIO Peter Nikoletatos departs

Sudden split 'by mutual consent'

Microsoft's ALREADY telling of bugs in Fondle-Office for iPad

Workarounds needed to access documents stored in SharePoint 2010

Microsoft Australia blows own deadline for online Office 365 sales

Microsoft Online Portal development seems to have gone off the rails

iFixit boss: Apple has 'done everything it can to put repair guys out of business'

New plan to make fixing iOS gadgets easier and rewarding

China's rare earth supply crimp plan ruled to be illegal

Europe, USA and Japan will dig this World Trade Organisation ruling

Hot, young under-25s: Lonely slab strokers who shun TV

Gen Y don't you switch off the telly, we're on the interwebs

Bitcoin bloodbath as China shutters all trading sites

Cash will soon be the only way to pay for crypto-currency

YouTube follows Twitter onto Turkey's block list

Government pushes for ban after 'villanous' audio clip appears

Google 'Transparency Report' shows rise in government groping

UK request numbers and success rates on a roller coaster

Brit game devs WILL get tax relief for, er, EastEnders Game and Legend of Slough

If they're chock-full of Blighty culture, you'll get 'relief' – EU

Put a 4K in it: Quantum soups up StorNext bundles for Pros

For the high-def era

Little pink handjob: Sony's Xperia Z1 Compact

ReviewSometimes size really doesn’t matter

'I will not work with Facebook... they seem creepy to me'

QuotwPlus: 'I always felt that PC World had acted disgracefully towards me, and I've been proved right'

LOHAN preps Vulture 2 for hot vinyl wrap

Cue bloody enormous packing case, epic sea journey...

VDI a 'delightful' experience... Really?

GPU Technology ConferenceGPU devs at Silicon Valley shocked to their, er, cores in GTC session

ICO plugs XSS vuln in its website. Only took watchdog FIVE YEARS

'Nonchalant attitude' shocks me, says blogger

Sticky Tahr-fy pudding: Ubuntu 14.04 slickest Linux desktop ever

ReviewWait, Canonical actually listened to us?

Soft, hard, lightly hosted? Make the right call when you choose a PBX system

Cloudy phone systems get down to business

Pop music, tech bubble... what could go wrong? Spotify said to be closer to IPO

Fellow Swedish firm Tobii also mulling its own market debut

Raised £350bn in crowdsourced funding? Tell me about it (not)

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Please release me, FFS let me go

Live in the middle of nowhere? CONGRATS. Some of you can pay EE for 4G

High speed mobile coverage rollout continues

Say WHAT? ATVOD claims 44k Brit primary school kids look at smut online each month

Bullsh*t klaxon sounded as it admits figures can't be trusted

No, Minister. You CAN'T de-Kindle your eBooks!

Or can you? Confusion reigns as gov bungles copyright proposals

Play Mario using just your EYES as Google Glass gets JavaScript

VideoSomeone jostling you in the train? No problem

Amazon Workspaces: A dish best served later

ReviewCtrl-Alt-Del across the miles

Judge rules Baidu political censorship was an editorial right

Search engine results get freedom of speech protection in the US

BlackBerry revenue slips below $1bn as users shun BB10

Chen plots return to keyboard-phones to woo back corporates

Homeopathic remedies contaminated with REAL medicine get recalled

Those allergic to penicillin* should steer clear

App-happy cloud bod? You'd better keep eyes on your networks

Network performance monitoring: getting more difficult... and MORE important

'I like big butts and I cannot lie, hackers take Pinterest on a joyride'

NSFWishSo spammers say you're fat, well, we ain't down with that

Tesla firms hot bottoms: TITANIUM armor now bolted to Model S e-cars

Modifications revealed as US safety probes clears 'leccy motor as safe

FTC: Do SSL properly or we'll shove a microscope up you for decades

Will you do a Fandango? Thunderbolt and lightning, very, very frightening me

Microsoft: Let's be clear, WE won't read your email – but the cops will

Redmond rewrites T&Cs AGAIN – and taps up privacy warriors for help

Zuck: Web drones, not balloons (cough, cough Google) are way forward

Facebook's boywonder dismisses rival's Loon balloons as loony baloney

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