10th > November > 2014 Archive
Balloons wanted: must stay 20km high for 20 hours and return 20kg payload
This gives a whole new - and scary - meaning to 'performance review'
A tale of twisted traceroutes
Slack sysadmins stopped working weekends to staunch the flow
PicsJust the one USB port, though
Is that an Internet of Things in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?
+Vid & PicsNetwork Rail's New Measurement Train - not new, but still pretty nifty
Dump docs on users' disks using only ASCII art (°O°)
Mix L2, L3 and OpenFlow on one switch
Thanks, Apple ... so VERY kind of you
Man jailed for simple website defacement protests his technical impotence
Trusts fail to sign up to extended Windows XP support
AnalysisLG says will stick with it, but be ready to watch it cave in...
If you must pick Windows, pick early and stick
But 'wait' cry some workers, please swing the axe on us
I think therefore ITAM
Second-hand rubbish sellers RAGE as auction site goes down
HPC blogCloud service
RoTM33% of Blighty workers crushed by machines by 2034
Benedict Cumberbatch, you really shouldn't have ...
Never let a good crisis go to waste
Peter Sunde survives 'boring' but safe period in jail
'Do you trust us... Snowden or ...the Islamic State'?
Don't expect tons of new BlackBerrys
Fifth-gen product ups capacity, performance, management
HPC BlogI got your convergence right here, pal
4th profit warning, $1.5bn goodwill hit and cover for lousy contracts. Ouch!
Admits breach, but only within email address list
CommentLess is more plan not big or clever
AnalysisBad news for cloud and archive
Smartphone giant already has $2bn plant in the country
Corporate bosses clobbered on luxury venue networks by 'Darkhotel'
'We don’t pretend that the code is the best ever written'
UNjailbroken iOS 7, 8 open to evil, says secbiz FireEye
US President: 'I want Title II' ... Verizon: 'We want a LAWYER!'
Beware of the dog ... or the dragon?
Open-source big data upstart in $100m IPO bid
'Data not precise enough to determine exactly what it is'
'Customer negotiation' queried
AnalysisAs internet's stop-the-beastliness movement faces a fork