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12th > August > 2014 Archive

WinPhone's Halo hottie Cortana to hit desktop in next Windows – report

'Cortana, where is my Start Menu?'

India, IT powerhouse, buys just $US56M of storage a quarter

Worst quarter in two years sees sales fall in dollars and terabytes

Trans-Pacific: Google spaffs cash on FAST undersea packet-flinging

One of 6 backers for new 60 Tbps cable to hook US to Japan

Apple's new iPad WON'T be late: Tablets kicked to suppliers' factories

New Big-Blue-tinged fondleslabs go into production

NIST wants better SCADA security

Preparing the way for a test lab

Telstra puts US$270 million into cloudy PVR biz Ooyala

Lining up the digital ducks: rights plus platform

Japanese boffins invent 4.4 TREEELLION frames per second camera

Now you really can watch a hummingbird fly

Google leaves STUPID vuln on Nest devices

Security? But this is the Internet of Things!

NVIDIA claims first 64-bit ARMv8 SoC for Androids

Mile-High 'Denver' Tegra K1 successor said to rival PC performance

Xiaomi updates cloud messaging after privacy scare

Encrypting data, off-by-default

Chomp that sausage: Brits just LOVE scoffing a Full Monty

Sales of traditional brekkie foods soar as hungry folk get their mitts greasy

Bath boffins put BUGS on chips – on purpose

Bacteria create cheap water-quality sensors

Chinese Bitcoin farms: From scuzzy to sci-fi

Roaring fans to liquid baths, China's cryptocurrency rigs are serious business

Fifteen countries KO'd in malware one-two punch

Snakes follow scouts as high value targets become snack food

Flash could be CHEAPER than SAS DISK? Come off it, NetApp

Stats analysis reckons we'll hit that point in just three years

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4: 4G Android tablet is easy to swallow

ReviewThe best tablet in the world? Possibly

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who has the best TSM backend of all?

Isilon or GPFS for TSM scale-out beasts

MPs to gaze upon biometric data industry's ID-gobbling tech

Fresh laws may be needed to regulate burgeoning sector

Pi palaver perplexes LOHAN Pixhawk pair

Vulture 2 brain surgery off to a fruitily shaky start

Hollywood star Robin Williams dies of 'suspected suicide' at 63

ObituaryNanoo nanoo, Mork

Blighty in SPAAAACE: Brit-built satellite films the Earth

VideoFully British bird snaps sweeping vista of our spinning blue marble

Leaky channel tanker Phoenix IT Group: It's steady as she goes

Yes, that turnaround plan's just gravy for us - LSE-listed firm

Online tat bazaar eBay coughs to YET ANOTHER outage

UpdatedWeb-based flea market struck dumb by size and scale of fail

Don't call it throttling: Ericsson 'priority' tech gives users their own slice of spectrum

Actually it's a nifty trick - at least you'll pay for what you get

Rackspace: Record revenue shows managed cloud strategy 'working'

But income still flat, execs schtum on potential buyouts

Gartner mages throw deduping backup appliance bones, claim EMC's in lead

Dell and IBM - niche players?

Chinese cops cuff teen over Heart App Android malware flap

Reportedly infected 100,000 phones in just a few days

Password manager LastPass goes titsup: Users locked out

UpdatedCustomers can't get into their accounts as service topples

Three floats Jolla in Hong Kong: Says Sailfish is '3rd option'

Network throws hat into ring with Linux-powered handsets

Storage array supplier Dot Hill: Revenues are down, but so are losses

Shrinking Dot shrinks a little less...

Tech city types developing 'Google Glass for the blind' app

An app and service where other people 'see' for you

£100m DMI omnifail: BBC managers' emails trawled by employment tribunal

AnalysisChief techie Linwood's unfair dismissal unearths a few gems

Seagate to splash MILLIONS on LAND, FACTORIES

Flash? Never heard of it, mate, this is all Malaysia

Canadian ISP Shaw falls over with 'routing' sickness

UpdatedHow sure are you of cloud computing now?

Red Hat spruces up 2011's enterprise Linux with RHEL 6.6 Beta

Updates a-comin' for those who haven't traded up to version 7

A beheading in EMC's ViPR lair? Software's big cheese to advise CEO

AnalysisChanges amid rivalry in the storage snake pit

Looking forward to the end of Tuesday? You've patched this month's 37 Microsoft bugs, right?

Don't go until you've shut these remote-code exec holes

No more turning over a USB thing, then turning it over again to plug it in: Reversible socket ready for lift off

Type-C cleared for deployment

Autonomy ex-moneyman: 'Visionary' Léo would have made HP merger work

Claims Apotheker's ouster was just first of HP's blunders

Poll: Australians hate government data retention plan

VPN providers like it, though

Tim Cook on pale, male Apple: 'As CEO, I'm NOT satisfied'

Diversity no better than at other tech firms

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