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28th > October > 2014 Archive

Amazon wants YOU to LOOK OVER its BOOKS – its slush pile, that is

You're a book scout, and you're a book scout, EVERYONE'S a book scout!

AWS scores same Oz gov sec creds as Azure

Welcome to the cloud, where competitive advantage lasts a whole day

Shellshock over SMTP attacks mean you can now ignore your email

'But boss, the Internet Storm Centre says it's dangerous for me to reply to you'

Was ist das? Eine neue Suse Linux Enterprise? Ausgezeichnet!

Version 12 first major-number Suse release since 2009

Apple, Google take on Main Street in BONKING-FOR-CASH struggle

Tim Cook – you don't have the RiteAid stuff

Got $100k to spare? Try this cloudy SDN starter kit

Big Switch pitches not-quite-so-big SDN implementation

Faster, Igor! Boffins stuff 255 Tbps down ONE fibre

Yet another speed record

Microsoft to bake Skype into IE, without plugins

Redmond thinks the Object Real-Time Communications API for WebRTC is ready to roll

Knock Knock tool makes a joke of Mac AV

Yes, we know Macs 'don't get viruses', but when they do this code'll spot 'em

Sorry about that profit, says NetSuite, our costs should be higher

'Slower than expected hiring' makes for pretty numbers

NTT thinks it's defined the PERFECT AMPERE with a cunning trap

Take one electron, a silicon nanowire and pay very close attention

Caption this: CERN needs pic tags. Serious answers only, kids

Help the brightest minds in the world sort through their old snaps

Cray-cray Met Office spaffs £97m on very average HPC box

Only 250th most powerful in the world? Bring back Michael Fish

Intel bods to detail RSA birko crypto man-in-the-middle diddle

Researchers go BERserk in Buenos Aires

Microsoft has Windows Server running on ARM: report

WinARM just doesn't sound as good as Wintel

Canonical rolls out home-grown Ubuntu OpenStack distro

ExclusiveOpenStack's winners: 'People like us and Red Hat and HP'


Inconvenience, annoyance also pass the watchdog's stress test

iPad Air 2: Vulture chews on new Apple tablet

ReviewAir to the tablet throne?

Netflix and other OTT giants use 'net neutrality' rules to clobber EU rivals

+CommentReport fingers tech titans

LOHAN avionics survive 27,700m stratospheric ordeal

Pics+vidVulture 2 kit refuses to freeze during Edge Research Lab flight


Er, we think our ISS launch beats your fishing expedition

Looking for a job in Europe? Experienced IT staff needed in UK, Italy and Germany

New graduates need life skills, says Euro Commish report

Mind the product overlap gap, cloud ONTAP... make way for FlashRay – NetApp veep

El Reg told TLC flash will rule

Even a broken watch is right twice a day: Not an un-charged Apple Watch

Plus: 1 million sign up to Apple Pay

EvilToss and Sourface hacker crew 'likely' backed by Kremlin – FireEye

US intel firm reports on 'APT28'

Arrow ECS UK sales director Johnny Ellis set to exit building

Veteran set to call time on life in distribution but not in tech

Microsoft shows off spanking Win 10 PCs, compute-tastic Azure

TechEd EuropeJoe Belfiore presents auto-provisioning biz boxes

Jim Beam me up, Scotty! WHISKY from SPAAACE returns to Earth

They're insured for $1m, before you thirsty folks make plans

I'll cap internet tax, says Hungarian PM as mob attacks his party HQ

Angry demonstrators vow not to rest until entire idea is binned

Arrrr GOSH! Argos website goes titsup to make it EVEN BETTER

Who ya gonna call? High Street retailer apologises for blunder

Amazon hopes fire stick will light up its video service

We do streaming video? It seems we do...

HDS flings cloud-in-a-box at EMC Vblock, NetApp FlexPod

Still plenty of room in the converged on-premise game

Feds seek potential 'second Snowden' gov doc leaker – report

Hang on, Ed wasn't here when we compiled THIS document

HP crowns one veep to rule ALL server, storage, network sales

Centralises powerbase to speed decision-making

Mozilla: Spidermonkey ATE Apple's JavaScriptCore, THRASHED Google V8

Moz man claims the win on rivals' own benchmarks

IP Freely? ECJ to rule on privacy rules for dynamic IP addresses

German court wants clarification

Hungary's internet tax cannot be allowed to set a precedent, says EC

More protests planned against giga-tariff for Tuesday evening

El Reg spends One Night in Hell with Queen's Brian May

PicsMove over Google Glass, check out the Owl

Acer puts fundraising plan on ice as stocks struck by chilly winds

Could be 2015 before firm grabs its PC biz transformation funds

Amazon sells Fire Phone in UK ... on CONTRACT

Hooks up with O2

Peep peep! All aboard the £300m UK education IT procurement express

Absolutely no guarantee of £300m or indeed of a single penny, but hey

Microsoft unwraps new auto data-protection in Office 365 tools

'Heyy, it looks like you're writing down stuff that's best not written down!' 'F*ck off, Clippy'

Hey, YouTube lovers! How about you pay us, we start paying for STUFF? - Google

It's too late for Psy, though

Yelp continues Euro gobble campaign with French Cityvox

Lunchtime for Germany, Lunchtime for France ... teatime for Google?

New Nominet CEO: I'll embrace past but look forward to the future

Dot-uk registry hires software investor Russell Haworth

Tim Cook: The classic iPod HAD TO DIE, and this is WHY

Apple, er, couldn’t get parts for HDD models

FBI impersonated newspaper to finger school bomb threat suspect

'Traded on our reputation and put it at peril', complains Seattle Times

You! AT&T! The only thing 'unlimited' about you is your CHEEK, growl feds

Man, we did everything but knock on their doors - carrier

EMC goes full Star Trek, flops out Vblock-based Federation SDDC Edition

May our bank balances live long and prosper

Security Avengers team up to take down Chinese hacking group

Try not to imagine security folk in lycra

Rise of the machines: Silicon Valley hardware store to deploy ROBOTS for customer service

Human interaction? Nonsense! OSHbot will help you now

EMC wolfs down cloudy upstart Maginatics, swallows 'protection' too

Spanning acquisition buys bouncer for its clouds

Yes, Virginia, there IS a W3C HTML5 standard – as of now, that is

You asked for it! You begged for it! Then you gave up! And now it's HERE!

Swedish 'Future minister' doesn't do social media

Gets remorselessly mocked on Twitter, Facebook

Facebook shares flutter as firm reports user growth slowing

Third quarter results from social media monster

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