29th > September > 2014 Archive
Brandistan in the antipodes: government eyes your Twitter metadata
Network builder denounced leak before seeing it
Shell Shock squished in 31 products
Petascale punters get busy
3G module goes mainstream
'Will put smiles on faces worldwide', predicts corporate PR chief
Signature Systems 'fesses up to malware raid
Governments shouldn't control 'content, technologies or services'
BlackEnergy gets a revamp
Bit barns for Frankfurt, Munich
Supply, meet demand: prices crash
One-third of all homes? It could happen
ReviewCheap, simple and just works
Slurped Rexchip too...
Probe expected to say single-digit rate was unlawful
A lighter snack than expected – but what's a few $100m between friends, eh?
Processors, microcontrollers start to collide
Tabloid splashes, MP resigns - but there's a BIG copyright issue here
CloudPassage points to 'pervasive' threat of Bash bug
CommentOperators v banks in 'thin SIM' legal bizzle
Gran's knitting site etc sucked up into pr0n spam botnet
China's grey market reports 'sluggish' sales of Apple mobe
Former CEO insults rivals and bigs up the Oracle cloud in Openworld keynote
Joins 'traffic light' and perfect stony sphere on the Red Planet
Monday sunshine for tech consultant
A terabyte of storage weighs just 90g. Fancy that
Forget touchscreen millennials, Microsoft goes for mouse crowd
OpenWorldExtreme Exalytics' enormous ingestation
Not just web servers under threat - though TENS of THOUSANDS have been hit
Now you can film 40m below water in full 1080p. Happy?
Web cache biz to hand out certificates to all free customers
First 64-bit ARMv8 SoC emerges in ProLiant form, but it's not for everyone
OpenWorld'Acceleration engines' key to performance, security, Larry says
CommentOettinger all about the infrastructure – but not big on substance
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