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15th > April > 2014 Archive

Skygazers prepare for 'blood Moon' caused by Earth eclipse

Planetary shadow could cripple LADEE lunar probe

New FEMTO-MOON sighted BIRTHING from Saturn's RING

Icy 'Peggy' looks to be leaving the outer rings

Fujitsu and Panasonic about to walk down LSI aisle

Giants set a date to marry chipworks after 15 month engagement, report says

VMware reveals 27-patch Heartbleed fix plan

Go buy your vSysadmins a big choccy egg: their Easter is in peril

Pakistan mulls cyber security bill to keep NSA at bay

Calls for founding of National Cyber Security Council

A black box for your SUITCASE: Now your lost luggage can phone home – quite literally

Breakfast in London, lunch in NYC, and your clothes in Peru

Google Cloud Platform builds Ivy Bridge to new Asian region

Joins the 'span planet with acceptable latency' club

Live coverage: Blood Moon looms large for North, South America

Blood moon revealed before your bloodshot eyes

German space centre endures cyber attack

Chinese code retrieved but NSA hack not ruled out

NBN Co plans fibre-to-the-basement blitz to beat cherry-pickers

Heading off at the pass operation given same priority as blackspot fixing

Dell tanks up with hot Fluid Cache, drives databases twice as fast

Flushed with flash success

Discovery time for 200m WONDER MATERIALS shaved from 4 MILLENNIA... to 4 years

Alloy, Alloy: Boffins in speed-classification breakthrough

Big Blue's GPFS: The tech's fantastic. Shame about the product

StoragebodSimplify it and you'll have a winner

VMware 5.5: Plenty that's new and exciting... but what about the obvious stuff?

A view from the ground

TrueCrypt audit: Probe's nearly all the way in ... no backdoor hit yet

Crypto tool clears code review hurdle

BSkyB, CityFibre, TalkTalk pull clear of bigwig BT's bundles – plan to set fibre to York

Forget Openreach, this trio will pump fibre into homes

Parent gabfest Mumsnet hit by SSL bug: My heart bleeds, grins hacker

Natter-board tells middle-class Britain to purée its passwords

A scanner, darkly: Master data-miner Google tweaks terms of service

First we slurp, then we burp, you berks

MtGox chief Karpelès refuses to come to US for g-men's grilling

Bitcoin baron says he needs another lawyer for FinCEN chat

Apple cooperating at last on antitrust after months of wrangling – says court watchdog

Cook & co slowly warming to competition overseer

Did a date calculation bug just cost hard-up Co-op Bank £110m?

And just when Brit banking org needs £400m to stay afloat

Thanks, Amazon – we'll take it from here: SAP muscles in on cloud subscriptions

Throwing the business sink at Salesforce and Workday

Look out, bankers! It's Lily Cole and her (Brit taxpayer-funded) WISH-PRINTING ATM

DreamWatchAnd her escort of mounted beggars

Rounded corners? Pah! Amazon's '3D phone has eye-tracking tech'

Now THAT'S what we call a proper new feature

Oracle's Larry Ellison has the biggest public pay package

Billionaire IT baron earns twice as much as the next in line, Disney chief Bob Iger

Ex-Tony Blair adviser is new top boss at UK spy-hive GCHQ

Robert Hannigan to replace Sir Iain Lobban in the autumn

Akamai scoffs humble pie: Heartbleed defence crumbles, new SSL keys for customers

We got this covered ... er, maybe not

VMware fires up vCloud Disaster Recovery service

Anti-Godzilla tech saves precious bit barn data from unforeseen stomping

Tom Ridge: Private sector lagging in cybersecurity

Former US Homeland Security boss scorns enterprise security efforts

Samsung files patent for ear-mounted Google Glass competitor

PicsWearables are coming, and there's nothing you can do to stop them

Intel sees 'signs of improvement in the PC business' but earnings remain 'Meh...'

Prospects for the future, however, please Wall Street money men

Microsoft's Nadella: SQL Server 2014 means we're all about data

Adds new big data tools in quest for 'ambient intelligence'

Red Hat bets on 'Project Atomic' for its container-loaded server future

FrankenContainer scheme blends tiny OS with Docker containers

Kaspersky's Security for Virtualization pushed to XenServer and HyperV

Platform looks to slim down security protections in virtual instances

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