3rd > November > 2014 Archive
Big data needs real data
iiNet says 'your data could land in China'
'Authenticity weight' will mean search results bin out sites with little gravitas
Linux bods thankful, Apple a stone-cold boilerplate
$SGD80 million to shine a light on optics
Biometric log-in and portal to track reviled civil servants already winning approval
Foot cushions well used in eight agency IT shops
Signs glorious 'Shift Plan' is working as revenue - err - shifts to IP routing biz
Redmond's silly VDI arrangements look to be a thing of the past
Except for one bug that could well and truly spoil the party and turn you into Milhouse
Search, shopping, news, TV and naughties
Comet-pronging probe is 'lined up for lander delivery'
Trusts need to make a move by April 2015
RSS feeds binned in favour of in-house API
CommentOur ex-ICANN staffer spills the beans
CommentAll a bit murky - but firm claims userbase is growing
Seeking shelter from the storm
Ethernet-astic fun at OpenStack
Andrew Tridgell picks over Vulture 2 avionics logs
Professional version keeps going – for now
Cobblers to beg for recognition of 'distinctive character'
Fallout spreads as securobods issue warnings
Well, sort of... Remember the Stuckist Phone?
Um, that'll teach the, er, local rugby team
ReviewThe world's fastest portable storage, apparently
It's a, er, neverending marathon of touching - ex-Burberry boss
Have you tried DISABLING then ENABLING CBT?
'Relations are hostile and filled with deep-rooted mistrust'
Blighty's not much better at preserving Jesus Phones either
Not impressed with 'poor communication', either
'Shuttlecock mode' deployed just before crackup
Shredding of expenses paperwork sparks cover-up accusations
Bag-on-head terror ... In space, no one sees you tweet
SIM liberty to promote competition
Stumbling services biz Keltec was once a Blighty bigshot
Mighty chaebol figures to make better caching software - but is it ready to play?
US takes second spot, and Asian giants loom
CommentExec rank multiplication
It's a public sector spending bonanza
Public cloud spend to hit $127bn by 2018, predicts IDC
Now we're not saying it was the Chinese government, but...
UpdatedNo happy ending from these jerks
Retained metadata is too valuable to be left to ISPs and carriers
... allegedly ... sigh
Shopmate service gives Aussies a US postal address, sets Australia Tax at AU$25