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17th > July > 2014 Archive

Sit back down, Julian Assange™, you're not going anywhere just yet

Swedish court refuses to withdraw arrest warrant

Want to legally unlock your phone from its network? The US Senate says that's A-OK

Bill passed. Now there's just niggling to sort out

UN to Five Eyes nations: Your mass surveillance is breaking the law

And Navi Pillay calls for Snowden to be protected

ACCC should be regulated: Vertigan NBN review

Volume discounts back on table, VDSL should be required

Fox wants Time to wrap up even more content

Murdoch bid for Time Warner rebuffed

Australia gets spooks' charter, new leak penalties

Chief spook takes to the airwaves to call for more powers

Skiddies turn Amazon cloud into 'crime-as-a-service' – security bod

AWS is a growing haven for malware in survey of top web providers

Supposed 'leader' of LulzSec pleads guilty to hacking, hubris

Australian Federal Police say 'Aush0k' not international mastermind, just a naughty boy

Seventh-gen SPARC silicon will accelerate Oracle databases

Uncle Larry's mutually-optimised stack to become clearer in August

Own a Cisco modem or wireless gateway? It might be owned by someone else, too

Remote code exec in HTTP server hands kit to bad guys

German NSA probe chief mulls spy-busting typewriters

Manual typewriters, too, not fancy electric ones subject to American electrickery

German brain surgeon flies in for vital LOHAN operation

We welcome aboard spaceplane autopilot wrangler Linus Penzlien

CERN data explains how Higgs heavies other matter

Standard Model hangs together as bosons fly apart

LibreSSL RNG bug fix: What's all the forking fuss about, ask devs

Blow to bit-spitter 'tis but a flesh wound, claim team

BBM beta comes to Windows Phone

Two battered warriors in the last chance saloon

Citrix releases tech preview of next XenServer

Rapid virtual desktop booting the headline feature of what might be v 6.5 or perhaps 7.0

Flaws found in Bitdefender enterprise endpoint manager

Hardcoded GravityZone creds to be wiped at month's end

NAO slaps down Cabinet Office gov-IT savings claims AGAIN

Efficiency and Reform Group isn't that efficient, should reform its ways

Hey Microsoft: You want to keep hardware partners onside? Stick to software

See, not so hard. Just ask this guy - departing Atlantis CEO

PICS: Nokia Lumia 930 – We reveal its ONE unique selling point

ReviewIt doesn't have one

Brit Rockall adventurer poised to quit islet

Occupation records broken, champagne corks popped

Don't put that duffel bag full of cash in the hotel room safe

Two words: Default passcodes... and there's MORE

FORGOTTEN Bing responds to search index ECJ ruling: Hello? Remember us?

Microsoft received just 12 requests in early days of judgment

Germany may have won the World Cup... but it dropped the ball for Computacenter

Winners medal for UK sales peeps not matched abroad

Pushdo Trojan outbreak: 11 THOUSAND systems infected in just 24 hours

Just 77 machines in the UK, though

Apple 5S still best-selling smartphone 8 months after launch

Cook's empire still propping up the bar... Sam-who?

Wham, bam, thank you NAND: SanDisk SSD sales soar

Flash writing on the wall for HDD makers

Kaboom: Delayed patent bomb hits SAP in the Q2 profit

Hey ho, more cloud sales it is

Ex-despot Noriega sues: How dare Call of Duty make me look like, like...

Jailed dictator gets precious over image rights

Microsoft swings axe at 18,000 bods in its largest ever round of layoffs

Mostly ex-Nokia staffers

EU dons gloves, pokes Google's deals with Android mobe makers

ExclusiveEl Reg cops a squint at investigatory letters

OK, EU chiefs, 3 years of copyright wrangling - let's get it sorted. Now this white paper... DOH!

+CommentDoc delayed after 'pressure' from Neelie Kroes's data grab and stab law imminent as Drip drips through House of Lords

Rushed bill passed uncontested by upper chamber of Parliament

X marks the chop: Microsoft takes axe to Nokia's Android venture

Elop explains new, lighter strategy (sort of)

Move up, Siri and Cortana: BlackBerry's new... 'Assistant' is here

Did BB use up its creativity building the software?

Cloud porch pooch Nasuni: Hardware is so yesterday, man

Extends product and accelerated sales

NASDAQ IT security spend: $1bn. Finding mystery malware on its servers: Priceless

Probe reveals US banks just as wide open to hacking

Firefox OS lands in Germany – with France, Asia, and more to come

Mozilla's thrifty, browser-based smartphone OS continues expansion

Days since IBM last reported revenue growth: About 810

Big Blue inches past analyst expectations in Q2 2014, but at what cost?

Writing about an Australian Snowden would land Vulture South in the clink

CommentWelcome to Australia, surveillance state

Microsoft's Black Thursday: XBox Live goes down as XBox Studio canned

Just as 18,000 staff told they face pink slips

NUDE SNAPS AGENCY: NSA bods love 'showing off your saucy selfies'

Swapping other people's sexts is a fringe benefit, says Snowden

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