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24th > June > 2014 Archive

Vodafone Australia's 'doubles user traffic' on free weekend

Wow. A whole EIGHT KILOBITS PER SECOND per user

EFF wants you to open your Wi-Fi to IMPROVE privacy

'It wasn't me officer, it was that drifter on my access point!'

One amazing reason why NASA boffins are celebrating Curiosity's 687th day on Mars

Nuke-powered space tank promises to keep on truckin'

Chromebook Pixel owners' promised free data plans being prematurely axed

Google, Verizon: As US politico Joe Wilson once yelled at President Obama, 'You lie!'

Longer flights burning more fuel can cut planes' climate impact

Boffins show how airlines can choose between CO2 emissions or heat capture

GAME ON: NVIDIA brings GPUs to 64-bit ARM servers

HPC users targeted with parallel processing code

TIME TRAVEL TEST finds black holes needed to make photons flit

We don' need no steenkin' causality*

Dutch firm passes the world's first e-spliff to the left hand side

Doobie or not doobie? That's the question... the cops will ask

Comcast Xfinity evil twin steals subscriptions

That's not the login page you're looking for

Cisco okayed for UK government comms

IPSec cleared for most gummint sites

Microsoft brings own security info exchange to the world

'Interflow' will allow pros to network and share machine-readable bug data

Yahoo! Bids! To! Own! Your! Smartmobe! Home! Screen!

Need to wake up for a big meeting with an important client? Aviate's got your back

Cloud Physics reveals new predictive storage services, cash injection

The cloud knows what happens if you tweak THAT disk

Home automation while it's hot: Winter warmth for lazy technophiles

Breaking FadEl Reg has a shufti at hooking your heating up to the Internet of Stuff

Who needs a ride-on mower when a ROBOT will cut your grass

ReviewBosch's Indego works in neat stripes; pity you can't see them

David Cameron wants mobe network roaming INSIDE the UK

PM loses phone signal - and his marbles - in darkest Bumpkinshire

Backup bods Acronis extend disk-imaging support to Macs at last

Fear not, fanbois, the goodness is coming to you too

EU copyright chief: We could SMASH these infinite copyright contracts... just wait

'No great upheavals' just yet, says Martin-Prat

SEA hacks Reuters website widget DESPITE 2FA security

Ad agency Taboola unwittingly provides backdoor for attackers

Fearful of the drone-filled skies? Get some protection

No, not a shotgun, but a 'Personal Drone Detection System'

Google mulls submarine cable investment

Undersea cable to embiggen bandwidth for private data stash

Should you entrust your systems management to the cloud?

Balancing the risks

iFind: Critics slam Kickstarter campaign for miraculous battery-free phone finder

Sounds too good to be true...

Labour vows: We'll pause one-dole-to-rule-them-all for drastic fix-up if elected in 2015

Shadow work minister tells gov: 'Don't wait for us, act now'

Chipper chipmaker Micron shows off boosted bottom line – gee, thanks, Elpida

AnalysisColllaborating with Chipzilla on stacked silicon beauty

F1 racing ace Michael Schumacher's medical records were pinched

We'll go after whoever's offering to sell them – Schumi's team

Coulson GUILTY of conspiring to hack phones between 2000 and 2006

Rebekah Brooks walks free from Old Bailey

Web moguls ask YOU to stump up big money to STOP big money from winning in Washington

Tech billionaires back the 'Internet's Super PAC'

Dell inks OEM deal with Nutanix to build mutant server, storage, networking beasts

Software could maybe manage Compellent arrays

Google Nest slurps your life into the Matrix? The TRUTH

Cofounder speaks out over privacy fears

Daddy, what will you do in the new security wars?

Depends which enemy are we talking about, son

Enterprise giant Dell climbs in bed with upstart Nutanix: But what does it MEAN?

Sysadmin blogAn important moment for storage... but let's be realistic

Snowden defends mega spy blab: 'Public affairs have to be known by the public'

Calls on Council of Europe to protect whistleblowers

BOOM BOOM: Dixons fires the human cannon

Pleased to say we only fired we were able to keep half of the colleagues placed at risk

REVEALED: Google's proposed indie music-killing contract terms

Suicide or death-by-DMCA? Not a great choice...

Violin's arrays play in Concerto - but they can't hit the dedupe notes yet

Neat foundation for future development, mind

Brit bank Barclays rolls out speech recognition for telephone banking

I hab a cold. What do goo mean you can't berify?

REAR-END my CLOUD: HDS embiggens its object storage

Stick your content whereever you please

Microsoft gets the hang of funky devices: Xbox magic for enterprise

Playtime for the workers

VMware versus Nutanix: With Dell charging in, it's time to end the war

Sysadmin blogHurling rocks at an upstart is one thing, but chucking rocks at big Mike?

Samsung loses again: Judge awards Apple, Nokia $2m in leak-investigation fees

'All information leaks' not a valid excuse, Sammy

Microsoft is still touting Android smartphones – meet the new Nokia X2

Low-spec dual-SIM Android mobe for developing world

EXPOSED: Massive mobile malware network used by cops globally

Police can deploy surveillance software that'll make hackers green with envy

If you like slipping your hand into Puppets, look for these certified types

Sysadmin blogSoftware to do your job for you, what's not to love?

Google offers $150 gift card for Chromebook Pixel data shutoff

Chocolate Factory pays the price for Verizon shortchanging

Apple wins patent to pump ads to your iDevice while you're watching TV

Product placement isn't intrusive enough, it seems

Mozilla to cram a full web-dev IDE inside Firefox browser

Browse and code from within the same client

Got a botnet? Thinking of using it to mine Bitcoin? Don't bother

McAfee says crooks will be better off sticking to spam and DDoS

Aerospike: Thanks for that $20m, VCs ... next we'll OPEN SOURCE our NoSQL database

'Our goal was always to go after a billion-dollar market'

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