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22nd > July > 2014 Archive

SK Telecom, Ericsson trial 'elastic cell'

Claims 50 per cent download boost

Apple said to be prepping public beta for OS X Yosemite

New Mac OS set to open to the masses

iiNet says metadata retention means a great big tax on everything

ISP suggests proposed down under data dump would be ultimate hacker honeypot

Black Hat anti-Tor talk smashed by lawyers' wrecking ball

Unmasking hidden users is too hot for Carnegie-Mellon

Samsung looks to up Tizen market share ... by upgrading Galaxy Gear

Android-powered smartwatches get Tizen makeover in US

NO TIME to read Facebook? Delegate the task to your FUTURE SELF

God forbid you should miss a single lump of digital gumble

Boffins fill a dome with 480 cameras for 3D motion capture

Video'Panoptic studio' doesn't need no stinkin' sensors

Carlos: Slim your working week to just three days of toil

'Midas World' vision suggests you retire later, watch more tellie and buy more stuff

Twitter hints at messaging moves

WhatsApp with this plan? Facebook's $19b cash dangle, perhaps?

Cyber scum pump ransomware at victims from spambot-stuffed websites

Command and control of mal-spam barrage done via Tor

Microsoft's MCSE and MCSD will become HARDER to win

Redmond decides it won't replace Masters certifications, so lesser certs get more rigour

WTF is ... Virtual Customer Premises Equipment?

It might just be a global conspiracy to lobotomise YOUR home router

Cisco relaunches Developer Network

If at first you don't succeed, call it a DevNet

NEW, SINISTER web tracking tech fingerprints your computer by making it draw

Have you been on YouPorn lately, perhaps? White House website?

Yahoo! Japan! launches! service! for! the! dead!

If you're reading this email, I am no longer alive

Dell and Unitrends both bulk up their backup

Extra options should you suffer a ROBO apocalypse

Plucky Rockall podule man back on (proper) dry land

Bold, barmy Brit adventurer Nick Hancock escapes North Atlantic islet

SAP: It was our Big Data software wot won it for Germany

Vorsprung durch grossendatatechnik, as we like to say in Germany

THUD! WD plonks down SIX TERABYTE 'consumer NAS' fatboy

Now that's a LOT of porn or pirated movies. Or, you know, other consumer stuff

Lawyer reviewing terror laws and special powers: Definition of 'terrorism' is too broad

Can sweep up hate criminals, bloggers, journos

Experts gathered round corpse of PC market: It's ALIVE! Alive, we tell you

Give it another blast with the XP defibrillator! Clear! >BZZZT<

Apple orders huge MOUNTAIN of 80 MILLION 'Air' iPhone 6s

Bigger, harder trouser bulges foretold for fanbois

ITC: Seagate and LSI can infringe Realtek patents because Realtek isn't in the US

Land of the (get off scot) free, when it's a foreign owner

ARM: We've signed 41 new deals and we are IN to the Internet Of Stuff

Profits up but royalties down in the Silicon Fen

Motorist 'thought car had caught fire' as Adele track came on stereo

'FIRE' caption on dashboard prompts dunderheaded hard shoulder halt

EMC boss Tucci’s last battle: Stopping a forced VMware selloff

AnalysisElliott Management sinks its teeth into retiring godhead

Home Office threw £347m in the bin on failed asylum processing IT project

Shiny new bin ready for new £208m programme

Major problems beset UK ISP filth filters: But it's OK, nobody uses them

It's almost as though pr0n was actually rather popular

Hacker claims breach of Wall Street Journal and Vice websites, punts 'user data' for sale

Also supposedly hit a gadgets site called 'CNET'

Report: American tech firms charge Britons a thumping nationality tax

Without representation, too. Time for a Boston (Lincs) Macbook Party?

Still no move by Brit data cops over Google's 2012 privacy slurp

Even the Italian databinieri have got their boots on now, but not the ICO

Fujitsu and Capgemini's giga-quid HMRC lashup given drubbing by govt auditors

Fatcats slapped for 'depressing' outsource bill

Kickstarter tin-rattlers offer reboot of '80s Integrated Space Plan megagraphic

But ours is better, and it's FREE - click right here

Lads from Lagos turn from 419 scams to basic malware slinging

Smooth-tongued online lovers struggle to get to grips with slimy RAT infestations

Games industry set for $5 BILLION haircut, warn beancounters

Game over. Insert coins to continue play

The triumph of VVOL: Everyone's jumping into bed with VMware

Mega-roundup'Bandwagon'? Yes, we're on it and so what, say big dogs

Shields up! Nvidia crams Tegra K1 into gaming slab to rival your PS3

Android fondleslab to stream action from PCs

Apple gets patent for WRIST-PUTER: iTime for a smartwatch

It does everything a smartwatch should do ... but Apple owns it

Goodwill's goodwill rocked as Feds probe bank card hacking scam

We think we're safe, insists non-profit

Carbon tax repeal won't see data centre operators cut prices

Rackspace says electricity isn't a major cost, Equinix promises 'no levy'

Report: Google back in Europe's crosshairs over web domination claims

Antitrust investigation set to widen after rivals trash settlement deal

Microsoft bags more CASH – but profit's flat as Nadella waves axe

Earnings for Q4 narrowly miss estimates after Nokia gobble

SAP gets into OpenStack bed with... ORACLE? (and 100 others)

Splurges $25k to get a seat at the open-source cloud project's marketing table

Are you broke? Good with electronics? Build a better AC/DC box, get back in black with $1m

That current affairs pun was shocking but it has potential

How's VMware doing? Like a bull in a China shop, boasts virty beast

Growth in Middle Kingdom plus beans spilled on software-defined networking cash

iPad? More like iFAD: We reveal why Apple fell into IBM's arms

But never fear fanbois, you're still lapping up iPhones, Macs

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