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24th > October > 2014 Archive

Whisper. Explain this 'questionable' behavior – senior US senator

Jay Rockefeller demands briefing with not-so-anonymous app maker

Facebook, IBM, court future Chinese elite

Zuckerberg and Rometty join advisory board of top business school

Jeff Bezos rolls up another $437m, lights Amazon's cigar with it

Another lossmaking quarter despite sales of over $20bn

Moscow, Beijing poised to sign deal on joint cyber security ops

Russian, Chinese security projects on the horizon

Would you blow $5.6m to own a dot-word? Meet a bloke who did just that

And just WTF is the point of .spot, Amazon?

Samsung gets virtual with tiny S5 upgrade and goggle grab

VR headset rumoured to come down chimney with Santa

Remember the Aereo streaming TV service? Wasn't it COOL? Well, it's pretty much dead now

Streaming TV service barred from showing live TV streams

Yahoo! Timestamps! Now! Block! Facebook! Email! Snoops!

A year later, selfies saved from Purple Palace zombie email accounts

Boffins want to put Quanta in containers, after docking

Hyperscale hepcats, back off - this one's about testing entanglement afloat

'Careful management of headcount' for Juniper after tepid quarter

Translation: the razor's swinging, at customers and in Juniper's back office

MAVEN snaps eight-bit SPACE INVADER

PewPewPew! Siding Spring shot in glorious retro chunks

Adorkable overshare of words like photobomb in this year's dictionaries

And hipsters are finally defined as self-loathing. Sort of

Rackspace launches big red rack eater

RackConnect 3.0 release gives Rackspace a much better hybrid cloud story

COMET 67P is basically TRAILING a HORRIFIC STENCH through space

Rotten eggs, horse dung - and almonds. Phe-yew

Google absorbs Oxford Uni boffins in artificial intelligence boost quest

'I'm sorry Larry, I'm afraid I can't do that…'

Pssst. Want to buy a timeshare in the clouds?

CommentThe Google dilemma — controller or spreader of knowledge?

Kingston's aviation empire: From industry firsts to Airfix heroes

Geek's Guide to BritainSir Thomas Sopwith's suburban Surrey hub

Cisco patches three-year-old remote code-execution hole

Patch or kill Telnet

Meet Mr Gamification: He's got a NUDGE or two for you

Battle of IdeasGeddit?!?

We chat to CloudFlare about its 'EVERYBODY GETS SSL' venture

InterviewHas gutsy move generated biz?

Lucky you. Twitter offers you its 'Digits' (for mobe app sign-ins)

No ma – no passwords

Dropbox-but-with-an-actual-box firm touts new biz appliances

Cloudy-style biz P2P - but without the cloud

CBS goes OTT, releases EVERY EPISODE of Star Trek EVER MADE

$5.99 a month will buy you current primetime shows too

Kip Thorne explains how he created the black hole for Interstellar

VidMovie special effects project spawns academic papers on gravitational lensing

Bitcasa bins $10-a-month Infinite storage offer

CommentFirm cites 'low demand' plus 'abusers'

Not a loyal follower of @BritishMonarchy? You missed The QUEEN*'s first Tweet

Her Maj opens 'Information Age' at the Science Museum

Happy 2nd birthday, Windows 8 and Surface: Anatomy of a disaster

AnalysisHeart of Windows 8 lives on in Windows 10

Ubuntu's shiny 10th birthday Unicorn: An upgrade fantasy

ReviewExciting possibilities. Just not yet

Microsoft discovers long-lost phone division down back of sofa

Confirms it'll be chucking 'Lumia' brand into the round file

iMessage SPAM floods US mobile networks

iSpam knockoff goods scam

32,000 Hungarians plan to take to the streets for 'internet tax' protest

New law proposes taxing every gigabyte in the land

Screw the guvmint, vows CEO of ubiquitous Korean jabber app KakaoTalk

Ordinary Koreans: 'Meh, that's nice. What's for tea?'

Activist investors force Riverbed into climbdown over cash 'n' costs

CommentBad news for the stronghold firms

Moment of truth for LOHAN's servos: Our US allies are poised for final test flight

Will Vulture 2 freeze at altitude? Edge Research Lab to find out

FTDI yanks chip-bricking driver from Windows Update, vows to fight on

Next driver to battle fake chips with 'non-invasive' methods

Wanna hop carriers with your iPad's Apple SIM? AVOID AT&T

Unless you want your network-swapping tech disabled for good, that is

Silicon Valley scrooges paid staff $1.21 an hour in a 122-hour week

Dept of Labor fines Electronics For Imaging the max – $3.5k

Revealed: The amazing magical innovation in the iPad Mini 3 – a lick of paint

TeardownAnd a fingerprint sensor

Breaking records: Google exec in terrifying SKY PLUNGE DRAMA

Baumgartner bummed by high-up's higher-up one-up?

FCC: You'll have to wait EVEN LONGER for faster wireless broadband

US spectrum auction won't happen until 2016 now

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