nav search
Data Centre Software Security DevOps Business Personal Tech Science Emergent Tech Bootnotes

14th > October > 2014 Archive

VMware's tool to harden virtual networks: a spreadsheet

NSX security guide lands in intriguing format

Netscape Navigator - the browser that started it all - turns 20

It was 20 years ago today, Marc Andreeesen taught the band to play

'Dropbox passwords' for sale are all EXPIRED: Bitcoin buyers beware

Pastebin: Still not exactly the Oracle of Truth

Lights off, nappies on! It's Alien: Isolation and The Evil Within

Game TheoryFear, thinking and vulnerability abound

NSA Sentry Eagle placed spies in private companies

Latest docs show firms in Germany, South Korea, China targeted

Stop ROBOT exploitation, cry striking Foxconn workers

HP downturn and automation eroding overtime on China's production lines

Russian hackers exploit 'Sandworm' bug 'to spy on NATO, EU PCs'

Fix imminent from Microsoft for Vista, Server 2008, other stuff

VMware's new VDI play is self-destructing virtual desktops

Forget BootCamp, set policies to let temps - and Macs - in and then boot them out

NASTY SSL 3.0 vuln to be revealed soon – sources (Update: It's POODLE)

So nasty no one's even whispering until patch is out

Influential scribe Charles Petzold: How I figured out the Windows API

InterviewFrom Programming Windows to Xamarin Forms

Mobile coverage on trains really is pants

You thought it was just *insert your provider here*, but now we have numbers

Son of Hudl: Tesco flogs new Atom-powered 8.3-inch Android tablet

ReviewBargain gadget of the year?


Well, the mobile phone manufacturing bit, anyway

Lure of OpenStack overwhelms EMC: Must ... SLURP... startup

Anything Cisco can do, we can do with Cloudscaling

Do Moan! MONSTER 6-day EMAIL OUTAGE hits Domain Monster

UpdatedCustomers freaked out by frightful service

Commerce Secretary feeds digital catnip to NET NERDS

Pritzker swears to protect net, beat evil-doers, defeat Smaug

Google tosses cash wad into $500m Magic Leap tin – report

3D wearable firm working on 'cinematic reality' interface

Apple's new 'iPad Air 2' sliced open, revealing (possible) A8X core

Fanbois rip apart alleged new shiny-shiny

Snapchat 'hack' pics mostly clothed user snaps, odd bits of legacy pr0n – report

Probably doesn't have underage nudes, says analyst

Ada Lovelace Day: Meet the 6 women who gave you the 'computer'

Ada Lovelace DayYou thought YOU dealt with a rat's nest of cables?

Ingram UK basks in rosy glow of ... successful cost-cutting

But wholesaler titan ain't getting rich quick

Radiohead(ache): BBC wants dead duck tech in sexy new mobes

Gov backs Antiques Radio Show

PANTS on FIRE? Too late for you. But others will benefit from singed trouser phone alert

That battery is SMOOOOKIN'

Windows XP refresh will DO NOTHING for lame PC market next year

Gartner warns consumer will need to help out

Beers all round as Vulture 2 lands in Blighty

PicsLOHAN team, sponsors and press in Vulture Central knees-up

I didn't invent Bitcoin! Send Bitcoin to help me fight this slur – Dorian Nakamoto

Old bloke wants to give Newsweek a kick in the legals

Julian Assange discovers Google's given MONEY to EFF

+CommentSterling journalism there, mate

New e-Signature rules: Shouldn't WE be using it? – Steelie Neelie

eID rules rolled out in Europe, except in EU institutions

Windows 10: Forget Cloudobile, put Security and Privacy First

Sysadmin BlogBut - dammit - It would be insane to say 'don't collect, because NSA'

NO MORE DOUBLE IRISH, thunders Dublin. Erm, from 2020 that is

And heyyy - check out our new 'patent box' scheme before ye go, fellers

Knives out for new EU rules forcing govts to reveal hacker attacks

What's that? Something you don't want to share with class?

Don't wait for that big iPad, order a NEXUS 9 instead, industry little bird says

Google said to debut next big slab, Android L ahead of Apple event

South Korea faces $1bn bill after hackers raid national ID database

Father of Asian internet warns all is lost

Facebook's Zuckerberg in EBOLA VIRUS FIGHT: Billionaire battles bug

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention contacted as site supremo coughs up

It's 2014 and you can still own a Windows box using a Word file or font

Patch TuesdayAnd Adobe's software is still riddled with holes. Get the updates – now

Qik as mud: Skype adds self-destructing video messages years too late

42 seconds in heaven (or hell)

How's that big mobile push going, Intel? Oh a million dollars. In 3 months? Wow (sarcasm)

Hey, Krzanich: Devices, Things still ain't Intel's strong suit

Australia throws coding for kids a lifeline in industry plan

New 'Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda' to fund trial of IBM's P-TECH model

Kill off SSL 3.0 NOW: HTTPS savaged by vicious POODLE

PoodlePull it out ASAP, it is SWISS CHEESE

SAP, IBM snuggle up for HANA-as-a-service

Thanks for the in-memories

The Register - Independent news and views for the tech community. Part of Situation Publishing