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18th > August > 2014 Archive

Google's so smart it's discovered SHARKS HAVE TEETH

Congratulations, world media, for rediscovering submarine cable armour

BizTalk-as-a-Service dog wags Microsoft's on-premises tail

Two-year plan will harmonise middleware's cloudy and on-premises release cycle

Ericsson to roll Ciena kit into Telstra

Carrier preps core for SDN

VXer fighters get new stealth weapon in war of the (mal)wares

Foiled traditional systems force white hats to bare metal

Irish credit unions in privacy breach

Private investigators duped DSP: reports

Docker kicks KVM's butt in IBM tests

Big Blue finds containers are speedy, but may not have much room to improve

EMC is shopping for Indian startups

India hopes for slice of emerging tech shop-fest

Drunkards warned: If you can't walk in a straight line, don't shop online, you fool!

Put it away boys. Cover them up ladies. Your credit cards, we mean

Rupert Murdoch says Google is worse than the NSA

Mr Burns vs. The Chocolate Factory, round three!

Ad regulator pulls down Branson-backed magic undies

Wireless Armour ads promising radiation-free wedding tackle labelled 'misleading'

Oracle reveals 32-core, 10 BEEELLION-transistor SPARC M7

New chip scales to 1024 cores, 8192 threads 64 TB RAM, at speeds over 3.6GHz

Top money men face up to 2 YEARS in slammer for neglecting to spot crim-cash activity

HMRC warns fines could also be imposed

HANA has SAP cuddling up to 'smaller partners'

Wanted: algorithm wranglers, not systems giants

TV transport tech, part 1: From server to sofa at the touch of a button

FeatureYou won't believe how much goes into today's telly tech

Reg man grills HP Software big cheese

Youngjohns reveals plan to harden up software sales

Assange™: Hey world, I'M STILL HERE, ignore that Snowden guy

Press conference: ME ME ME ME ME ME ME (cont'd pg 94)

Tricked by satire? Get all your news from Facebook? You're in luck, dummy

There's now a special tag for that

Take the shame: Microsofties ADMIT to playing Internet Explorer name-change game

What SHOULD Microsoft call its browser?

Twitter displays our 'Favorites'. That is, like, PRIVATE, huff naive users

Tests feature to hoover up more ad cash

Something's phishy: More holiday scam spam flung at real hotel customers

UpdatedVictims had all made genuine hotel bookings

Code42 seeks channel partners for LTR, much TLC on offer

Small print: They want 300 of you lovely people

Google straps on Jetpac: An app to find hipsters, women in foreign cities

Choc Factory slurps Instagram-trawling social travel app

Oh SNAP, here comes Amazon: EMC drops prices for Syncplicity

Boosts capacity too as Zocalo effect kicks in

Boffins ID freakish spine-smothered prehistoric critter: The claw gave it away

Bizarre-looking creature actually related to velvet worms

Germany 'accidentally' snooped on John Kerry and Hillary Clinton

Dragnet surveillance picks up EVERYTHING, USA, m'kay?

Cargo truck crammed with garbage explodes IN SPAAAAACE

Fiery display as Cygnus enters atmos

Yes, but what are your plans if a DRAGON attacks?

Local UK gov outs most ridiculous FoI requests...

The Return of BSOD: Does ANYONE trust Microsoft patches?

Sysadmins, you're either fighting fires or seen as incompetents now

Class war! Wikipedia's workers revolt again

Bourgeois paper-shufflers have 'suspended democracy', sniff unpaid proles

iPhone 6 flip tip slips in Aussie's clip: Apple's 'reversible USB' leaks

PicNew plug not compatible with official Type-C, according to fresh rumors

'Chinese crims' snatch 4.5 MILLION patient files from US hospitals

Don't worry, says Community Health Systems, we're insured

Microsoft Azure goes TITSUP (Total Inability To Support Usual Performance)

UpdatedRedmond's cloud goes dark worldwide

MongoDB tosses support lifeline to open source downloaders

'Don't want our Enterprise Edition? No problem!'

Symantec security chap signs for CSIRO's ICT In Schools

Vulture South is closing in on our goal of 20 new recruits to help teachers and kids

Oculus sucked by Zuck? 'I'm over it' – Minecraft supremo Notch

Great, so when's the port to Rift vom-goggles?

Tor-rorists get sneaky Aphex Twin album peek in dance guru hypegasm

Come for the music, stay for the surveillance

Linux kernel devs made to finger their dongles before contributing code

Two-factor auth enabled for Kernel.org repositories

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