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10th > April > 2014 Archive

PC market's bleeding slows thanks to XP phase-out

Decline levels off a bit as customers finally move to new machines

Ancient Earth asteroid strike that dwarfed dinosaur killer still felt today

Massive space rock impact may have set the continents sliding

Greg Christie to leave Apple as Jonathan Ive seizes design reins

Cupertino's UI chief said to have butted heads with Sir Jony

Come to Oz for sun, surf, ratting on co-workers and surveillance

Government workers prohibited from tweeting about their jobs as A-G labels Snowden 'traitor'

Dell punts big fat switch into OpenStack clouds

'SDN useless if it takes ten PhDs to operate'

AWS could 'consider' ARM CPUs, RISC-as-a-service

CTO Vogels says 'power management for ARM is considered state of the art'

Not just websites hit by OpenSSL's Heartbleed – PCs, phones and more under threat

Also: Google announces services' Heartbleed status

Facebook claims 100 MEEELLION active users in India

Who needs China when you've got the next billion in your sights?

Banks slap Olympus with £160 MEEELLION lawsuit

Scandal hit camera maker just can't shake off its past

Microsoft crows about 149k-seat Office 365 deal that costs it MILLIONS

Queensland banks savings, decides one in three workers can do without Office

Apple to flush '£37bn' down the bog if it doesn't flog cheapo slabtops

Cupertino golden with laptop-like-tablet, insists analyst

Indonesia considers smartphone tax to spur local mobe-makers

Foxconn's $1bn factory investment looking like a very smart move

Microsoft builds teleporter weapon to send VMware into Azure

Updated Virtual Machine Converter now converts Linux VMs too

Alphadex fires back at British Gas with overcharging allegation

Brit colo outfit says it paid for 347KVA, has been charged for 1940KVA

G-Tech intros glossy HHD box: Because media 4Kers need external storage too

NABFeeding the Mac Pro beast

LOHAN spaceplane 'Punch and Judy' test flights live online

VidsHow to stream El Reg's unfolding drama from our cams into your eyeballs

Danes debut Bluetooth-connected 'made for iPhone' hearing aids

All the cool grannies are wearing them

Death of data retention directive: What it means for OTHER data laws

Legal boffin considers the implications for public authorities, businesses

Cloud storage gateway firm: Selling to end users? Meh. We'll leave it to CSPs, et CTERA

Reg storage man looks into upstart's prospects

IBM Hursley Park: Where Big Blue buries the past, polishes family jewels

Geek's Guide to BritainHow the internet of things has deep roots in the English countryside

Snowden lawyer PGP email 'crack' flap: What REALLY happened?

Decrypted message turns up on Cryptome, bafflement all round

Facebook splats in-app chat, whacks brats into crack yakety-yak app

Jibber-jabbering addicts turfed out just as Zuck warned

Cheat Win XP death: Your handy guide to keeping snubbed operating system ticking over

How toLittle-known tool to save you from the XPocalypse

BlackBerry not afraid to throw its mobe biz under a bus, says CEO Chen

Updated'We are not going to go up against WhatsApp'

Who wants a ROBO-BUTLER? Google and pals do – and they've just put $2m towards it

RoTMUpstart showered with Silicon Valley gold

Scandal-hit Co-op Bank's CIO hits eject button after one year

Pete Coleman leaves along with Co-op Group's Lord Myners

Biz PC market's looking healthy – but is it just an XPocalypse bounce?

Yes / maybe / no (delete as required)

Spy-happy Condoleezza Rice joins Dropbox board as privacy adviser

'What the hell are you folks thinking?' splutters furious sync'n'sharer

Call of Duty 'fragged using OpenSSL's Heartbleed exploit'

So it begins ... or maybe not, says one analyst

Apple eyes virtual reality goggle game with patent filing

Proposed headset sounds a lot like something Facebook just bought..

Google-funded boffins figure out age-busting facial prediction system

Only online image of you is from your childhood? No problem, we can figure out what you look like now.

Google to open up Glass program to anyone with $1,500 to spare

Provided you live in the US, that is

US government green-lights data swapping for security firms

Agencies will not pursue anti-trust charges for trading information

Jeff Bezos reveals Amazon's brutal scale in annual letter

AnalysisBit-flipping retail mogul seems hybrid of Ford and Rockefeller

France bans managers from contacting workers outside business hours

«Email? Mais non ... il est plus tard que six heures du soir!»

Amazon reveals its Google-killing 'R3' server instances

A mega-memory instance that never forgets

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