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24th > November > 2014 Archive

OIF and ONF to co-operate on standards

Take an optic at SDN protocols

Turnbull: Box-huggers are holding back cloud

Dimension Data launches government-only cloud for Australia


Trio of XSS turns attackers into admins

Crypto protocols held back by legacy, says ENISA

EU takes the microscope to security

Cloud unicorns are extinct so DiData cloud mess was YOUR fault

Applications need to be built to handle TITSUP incidents

ESA's spaceplane cleared for lift-off in February 2015

IXV test flight will use 'unprecedented' flight path

'Regin': The 'New Stuxnet' spook-grade SOFTWARE WEAPON described

'A degree of technical competence rarely seen'

Brit mobile firms in FOURPLAY TUSSLE – how very French of them

Orange, SFR, Bouygues et Free have been there, done that

Sony quietly POODLE-proofs Playstations

Innocuous 'system software stability' update brings no patch, no surf, regime

NASA revisits Europa with modern image-processing software

Do attempt landings here, says space agency, it looks VERY interesting

You stupid BRICK! PCs running Avast AV can't handle Windows fixes

Fix issued, fingers pointed, forums in flames

Gov.UK annual IT spend edges down... to £4.3 BEEELLION

But billions still going on backoffice

Shaking that AAS: It's time for vendors to stop selling storage

StoragebodThey should follow Amazon's lead

Too 4K-ing expensive? Five full HD laptops for work and play

Product round-upHigh-def desirables for a decent price

Bond villains lament as Wicked Lasers withdraw death ray

Want to arm that shark? Better get in there quick

Businessman takes Google to High Court to block online abuse from search results

Wants search giant to wipe traces of anonymous postings

IBM and Ericsson plot to deploy 5G. Never mind that it doesn't exist

Antennas. Tiny antennas. EVERYWHERE

We come bearing caviar: ISS astronauts arrive at station in Space

Floating science lab gets holiday goodies

HTML5 vs native: Harry Coder and the mudblood mobile app princes

Developers just want their ideas to generate money

Let's vote on breaking up Google, say MEPs with NO power to do any such thing

Choc teapot in Choc Factory melt threat

We have a winner! Fresh Linux Mint 17.1 – hands down the best

ReviewBeats Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, Elementary

Bubble-licious: Good times here again for UK tech startups – research

VCs pumping in that money like it's 2001

Logicalis splits with UK sales director Brooker after five months

'So long and thanks for all the cheese'

BT in talks to re-slurp O2 after spitting it out a decade ago

In talks with Spanish owner Telefonica

New job in 2015? The Reg guide to getting out and moving on

The planning starts now

HDS, HP leapfrog NetApp in the land of the MAGIC QUADRANT

Gartner points to critical capabilities for decision

Mighty Blighty broadbanders beg: Let us lay cable in BT's, er, ducts

UpdatedComplain to Ofcom that telco has 'effective monopoly'

iPhone sales set to PLUMMET: Bleak times ahead for Apple

Dismal start to 2015 on the cards

Huawei Enterprise UK helmsman Poskett sails off to Dell

Industry vet poached for enterprise solutions biz

Google dodges 'costly' legal precedent, settles Daniel Hegglin case

Search giant saves blushes in online abuse case

Belgian upstart to 'bridge gap' between object, block storage. Or that’s the plan at least

InterviewBlockject? Watch out, VMware 'n' pals

Mega GP tech services framework badge awarded

Insight and Phoenix IT grab Lot 2 spot of £1.2bn procurement rig

Reuse the Force, Luke: SpaceX's Elon Musk reveals X-WING designs

Pics and videoAnd a floating carrier for recyclable rockets

Woman who stung Tinder with sex-pest sueball stings again – with rival Bumble app

'Other apps are full of creepy guys' ... Oh, honey no you didn't

US taxmen won't say WHY they're probing Microsoft. So Redmond is suing the IRS

Auditors very interested in what happened in 2004 to 2009

Regin: The super-spyware the security industry has been silent about

NSA fingered as likely source of complex malware family

Google's Chrome to pull plug on plugins next September

Firing squad scheduled for ancient Netscape tech

100 IT workers face the axe at CSIRO

Union says management's version of events is wrong and that one in five will go

Apple surges in on the BYOD wave

Is your business ready?

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