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29th > September > 2014 Archive

Telstra, Vodafone at odds over data retention

Brandistan in the antipodes: government eyes your Twitter metadata

NBN Co: Melton trial document SMELLS BAD

Network builder denounced leak before seeing it

Cisco splats Bash bug in busy swatting season

Shell Shock squished in 31 products

Pawsey powerhouse schedules first projects

Petascale punters get busy

U-blox Internet of Things radio okayed by AT&T

3G module goes mainstream

Japan develops robot CHEERLEADERS which RIDE on BALLS

'Will put smiles on faces worldwide', predicts corporate PR chief

Pizza stores popped, sandwich stores sacked in PoS plunder

Signature Systems 'fesses up to malware raid

US stakes out 'net battleground ahead of ITU meeting

Governments shouldn't control 'content, technologies or services'

Ruskies use commercial crimeware to mask 'patriotic' Ukraine hacks

BlackEnergy gets a revamp

Oracle plans German DCs to soothe NSA-ruffled nerves

Bit barns for Frankfurt, Munich

Fraud shop OVERSTOCKED with stolen credit cards

Supply, meet demand: prices crash

Netflix bullish after six-country European INVASION

One-third of all homes? It could happen

Inateck BP2001 Bluetooth speaker: The metalhead sysadmin's choice? Not exactly

ReviewCheap, simple and just works

Chip titan Micron shows off Elpida-fattened bottom line

Slurped Rexchip too...

EU to accuse Ireland of giving Apple an overly peachy tax deal – report

Probe expected to say single-digit rate was unlawful

Lenovo to finish $2.1bn IBM x86 server gobble in October

A lighter snack than expected – but what's a few $100m between friends, eh?

Internet of Stuff: Chip rivals try to stop Cortex-M7 from flexing ARM’s muscle

Processors, microcontrollers start to collide

WHY did Sunday Mirror stoop to slurping selfies for smut sting?

Tabloid splashes, MP resigns - but there's a BIG copyright issue here

SHELLSHOCKED: Fortune 1000 outfits Bash out batches of patches

CloudPassage points to 'pervasive' threat of Bash bug

Kenyan court case could sound death knell for mobile money

CommentOperators v banks in 'thin SIM' legal bizzle

Spammer uses innocent hacked blogs to punt NAKED PICS of JLaw, McKayla Maroney

Gran's knitting site etc sucked up into pr0n spam botnet

Crouching tiger, FAST ASLEEP dragon: Smugglers can't shift iPhone 6s

China's grey market reports 'sluggish' sales of Apple mobe

Ellison: Oracle's now a Cloud biz. Ignore everything I said before

Former CEO insults rivals and bigs up the Oracle cloud in Openworld keynote

NASA rover Curiosity drills HOLE in MARS 'GOLF COURSE'

Joins 'traffic light' and perfect stony sphere on the Red Planet

Reg hands portable Sinclair ZX Spectrum to lucky compo winner

Monday sunshine for tech consultant

Seagate embiggens its spy drive, waves it at CCTV cameras

A terabyte of storage weighs just 90g. Fancy that

Business is back, baby! Hasta la VISTA, Win 8... Oh, yeah, Windows 9

Forget touchscreen millennials, Microsoft goes for mouse crowd

Oracle: What's the X4-4? In-memory monster slams jaws down on 3TB, for starters

OpenWorldExtreme Exalytics' enormous ingestation

Shellshock: 'Larger scale attack' on its way, warn securo-bods

Not just web servers under threat - though TENS of THOUSANDS have been hit

You like jumping out of planes? Try the new GoPro 4. Short walks? There's a Hero instead

Now you can film 40m below water in full 1080p. Happy?

CloudFlare: You get SSL, and you get SSL, EVERYBODY GETS SSL!

Web cache biz to hand out certificates to all free customers

ARMs head Moonshot bodies: HP pops Applied Micro, TI chips into carts

First 64-bit ARMv8 SoC emerges in ProLiant form, but it's not for everyone

Ellison: Sparc M7 is Oracle's most important silicon EVER

OpenWorld'Acceleration engines' key to performance, security, Larry says

New EU digi-commish struggles with concepts of net neutrality

CommentOettinger all about the infrastructure – but not big on substance

EFA looks to bust A-G copyright submission 'censorship'

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