14th > November > 2014 Archive
Panoramic picBut lander could be die in the shade
Ex-Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer funds new chairs at Harvard's CompSci department
Department of Justice goes gangbusters in pursuit of carder.su crims
Wait, before you click … oh, too late …
Mobe-tracking planes deployed across country
1.35 BEEELLLION people, massive investment – and fear of Snowden - can't be wrong
Company wants up to 50 million units produced
'That's not us spamming, honest' cries hosting firm
Wrangling iThings just got a whole lot easier for sysadmins
Calls for extremist material to be taken offline to halt 'extremist narrative' fuelling terror
Ugly publishing battle fixed, in a good way
Breaking FadThe format that wouldn’t die is officially in remission
Stop and Thinkst: Is that really the Most Popular story or did haxxors Bash it out?
Long-running third party support suit is over
Open source meritocracy would avoid ITU power grab and IETF mission creep, says Borg
Glover wasn't institutionalised enough, apparently
Nun, das ist verteiltes Rechnen!
Proprietary player prepping for community skoolin'
... and oh DEAR – someone's had their salary cut in HALF
Watch out for what BYOD brings
Not enough info stolen to make fraud possible, says bank
Doubts remain over accuracy of UK mobile broadband speeds
Nabs deals to roll out networks in China, US
Stick it on the steering wheel and wait for the airbag to fire
Sussex magistrates issue stiff wrist-slapping
Windows Phone, iOS, Android... oh, and BlackBerry 10
Game TheoryIs Ubisoft's bugfest really that bad?
Managing data and storage with Cloud ONTAP
Lock up your secrets
No one else has managed to do it...
Japanese scientists build baseball-playing robots
+VidsPunched into Hell through a grave by an epileptic
Will humanity find out its origins in space ... or not? Tune in at midnight
VidNvidia, IBM to kit out labs with world's fastest super
H-dot Oettinger issues his first digi-czar communique
Also finds 'careless' design 'offensive'
Indies and Google bury the hatchet - for now
Nobody has been affected, says firm
CommentTandberg and Sphere3D deals offer hope after 18 bad ones
With 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, the E Fun Nextbook will be anything but
By writing a really angry letter about how it's harming our cloud business, ta
Wouldn't want hackers to know you're piling on pounds, right?
But promises an opt-out next time