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18th > April > 2014 Archive

AMD's 'Seattle' 64-bit ARM server chips now sampling, set to launch in late 2014

But they won't appear in SeaMicro Fabric Compute Systems anytime soon

Opportunity selfie: Martian winds have given the spunky ol' rover a spring cleaning

Power levels up 70 per cent as the rover keeps on truckin'

Arts and crafts store Michaels says 3 million credit cards exposed in breach

Meanwhile, Target investigators prepare for long process in nabbing hackers

Netcraft adds Heartbleed sniffing to site-scanning browser tool

Checks if sites were vulnerable and what they've done about it

Spanish village called 'Kill the Jews' mulls rebranding exercise

Not exactly attractive to the Israeli tourist demographic

Ex–Apple CEO John Sculley: Ousting Steve Jobs 'was a mistake'

Twenty-nine years later, post-Pepsi exec has flat-forehead moment

Number crunching suggests Yahoo! US is worth less than nothing

China and Japan holdings worth more than entire company

Edward Snowden on his Putin TV appearance: 'Why all the criticism?'

Denies Q&A cameo was meant to slam US, big-up Russia

Reddit users discover iOS malware threat

'Unflod Baby Panda' looks to snatch Apple IDs

Leaked photos may indicate slimmer next-generation iPad

Will iPad Air evolve into iPad Helium?

Liftoff! SpaceX Falcon 9 lifts Dragon on third resupply mission to ISS

SpaceX snaps smartly into one-second launch window

Google lets wannabe Glass Explorers ADMIRE THEMSELVES in their own mirrors

At-home trial offers fashionistas an eyeful of broken Glass

True optical zoom coming to HTC smartphone cameras

Time to ditch that heavy DSLR? Maybe in a year, year and a half

Record labels sue Pandora over vintage song royalties

Companies want payout on recordings made before 1972

Judge halts spread of zombie Nortel patents to Texas in Google trial

Epic Rockstar patent war to be waged in California

R.I.P. LADEE: Probe smashes into lunar surface at 3,600mph

PicsSwan dive signs off successful science mission

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