5th > November > 2014 Archive
This pipe into our back door is becoming increasingly swollen
AnalysisTwo weeks of negotiations may have turned the ITU super-tanker
Virtualisation for the telcos
Buy a $2k telly at Harvey Norman for $18.50
Nature trying open access in Oz
Nothing expected until much later this year
Calls for boy-and-his-lizard tear-jerker to point out iguanas are illegal in Oz
Cupertino closes coffin with gotofail nail
'PechaKucha' format allows 20 slides, 20 seconds for each and and no clicker
'U never get a fresh Black En3rgy!'
Orderly liquidation to help fund possible refunds
But crims will probe contactless cards for flaws, experts warn
Bidding's only just opened and I feel bad for you, son
And this is why smartglass sector IS A FLOP... for now
British regulator prepares wrist slap, or possibly spanking for banking group
Web ad giant's 'PR roadshow' finishes in Brussels
Novelists! Now you can please fans without getting your nib wet (so to speak)
Dot-rodeo, dot-vodka, dot-fishing, dot-horse not flying off the shelves, funnily enough
'The biggest problem isn't Ebola or ISIS — it's income inequality'
Mead in a mug - heavenly
Worstall on WednesdayWhy billionaires should spend stupid cash on innovation
Veep for smallbiz urges resellers to focus 'customer lifetime value', not first-up profit
Hosted Kubernetes tools aim to help devs build cloud-first apps
ReviewNews of its death has been greatly exaggerated
Who needs a lock pick when you've got an electronic key?
Like what you CD10000?
AnalysisNational Roaming Rǝʌolution, innit!
There's no foolin' the UN's telecommunicatin' schoolin' Houlin
Trace the tracks of Google's peers
StoragebodVMAX3 could be end of an era
Final nail in the coffin for the MD5 hash
Group sales flat in Q3, losses narrow on back of B2B goodness
Web SummitDublin crowd told Jobs held grudge after being pushed out
Soz, Computacenter, Fujitsu, HP ... you lost out
State secrets: This is local data for local people
+CommentAre you really judge, jury, and executioner, Zuck, or just plain dumb?
SQL flaw ‘oldest trick in the book' – ICO
We face the challenge
Object storage software now talks to firm's HDDs
Web SummitVows: Your data is safe with us
Sales and operating profit up at DCC Technology
Oldie gamers... the jury's out
Leap in demand puts pressure on service, love handles blamed
Vaizey fiddles with phone as MP tells of Cheltenham's woes
Was career-climbers' website naughty? Did it get a slap? NOBODY knows
Extent of problem at contractor USIS still being assessed
Proxygen appears under a BSD license
Cloud first, mobile first? More like iCloud first
Half-century-old Russian motors to be dumped
New FX chassis can hold four different server types, plus storage and network 'sleds'
... but we're not promising anything