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27th > November > 2014 Archive

Save Thanksgiving! Get your turkey to text you when it's done

Okay it's $40 but what price emotional turmoil?

AT&T to FTC: I'd like to see YOU install 1Gbps fiber across the US. Which we're still doing

Telco tells regulator to step off after demand for homework

Gates Foundation to insist on Open Access science

All funded research – and data - to be released under Creative Commons, say Bill and Melinda

AWS CloudFront wobbles at worst possible time

Two-hour outage had global impact

Australia to conduct national cyber-security review

Business and individual security to be tested by panel including Cisco security supremo

Siemens issues emergency SCADA patch

Remote exploits plugged in WinCC

Hacker dodges FOUR HUNDRED YEARS in cooler for SCANNING sites

Junk filled forms and auto-bot Acunetix scams showcases absurd computer crime laws

Adobe Reader sandbox popped says Google researcher

Yet another reason to make sure you've patched promptly and properly

A DRONE OF THEIR OWN: GoPro tabbed for cameracopter launch

Camera firm will cut the middleman for flying filmmakers

Global Commission on Internet Governance wobbles into IANA debate

Bland statement and weak paper puts question mark over value of elite group

NSF goes cloudy with US$16 million super funding

Facilities to come online in 2016

The gender imbalance in IT is real, ongoing and ridiculous

The Z80 and 6502 generation wore the sexist stereotype, now it's up to them to fix it

Bitcoin laid bare: Boffins beat anonymity

Up to 60 per cent of transactions can be linked to IPs

Google's whois results say it's a lousy smut searcher

Run whois google.com or whois microsoft.com. We dare you, you PIG◙◙◙◙ER

Rosetta science team thinks Philae might come to life in the spring

And disclose the biggest surprise of Comet 67P

Sony cuff-puter to do one thing smartwatches can't: Give you DAYS of hot wrist action

New idea is worth the e-paper it's printed on

Chromecast video on UK, Euro TVs hertz so badly it makes us judder – but Google 'won't fix'

'Very hard' problem, devs claim

Post-Microsoft, post-PC programming: The portable REVOLUTION

Code jockeys: count up and grab your fabulous tablets

Wireless Power standards are like Highlanders: There can be only ONE

AnalysisWell get ON with it then, we're waiting

DataCore lifts baton, strikes up the 64th SANsymphony

Welcomes Azure as First Server in the Cloud section

Ten excellent FREE PC apps to brighten your Windows

Product round-upFully functional free-for-all

Stop selling spyware to despotic regimes, beg MEPs

... we've enough trouble with Regin as it is

Pity the poor Windows developer: The tools for desktop development are in disarray

AnalysisA Microsoft posting reveals deep-seated issues

Do you spend ages wasting time because of a bulging rack?

CommentNo more cloud-latency tea breaks for you, users! Get a load of this

The SILO SPRAWL: So just how much virtualising software lipstick does it need?

CommentUber-SRM or data resource management

Hire and hold IT staff in 2015: The Reg's how-to guide

Beware ex-colleagues, think beyond pay packet

Home Office: Fancy flogging us some SECRET SPY GEAR?

If you do, tell NOBODY what it's for or how it works

Euro Parliament VOTES to BREAK UP GOOGLE. Er, OK then

It CANNA do it, captain.They DON'T have the POWER!

Yahoo! CIO sued for alleged kickback scam during his stint as Netflix veep

Former employer files suit against Mike Kail

Blade Runner sequel might actually be good. Harrison Ford is in it

Go ahead, you're all clear, kid... Sorry, wrong film

Home Depot hacker hosing cost a wallet-draining $43m (so far)

Card firms might make claims against hardware giant, it warns

Syrian Electronic Army in news site 'hack' POP-UP MAYHEM

Gigya redirect exploit blamed for pop-rageous ploy

BlackBerry's turnaround relies on a secret weapon: Its own network

AnalysisThe NOC nobody wanted is actually quite useful

Forget the accountancy scandal, our biz is back: Tech Data

We're keeping a lid on costs and exiting unprofitable sales, so there

Candy Crush King king resigns for 'personal reasons'

Chairman of the board takes leave of absence

User flexibility without the risk

Don’t stumble into the responsibility void

Software firms are over-valued, says Huawei

It’s only code, you greedy chunters

'Watson AI, cloud, mobile', says payments firm, trousering £49m

Gathers cash from Telefonica, MasterCard, Santander

A WHOPPING 8 million Windows Server 2003 systems still out there

Refresh activity to be XP-like, biz still pondering next move

HP's converged storage 'growth engine' stalls

Annual compare shows fall

Sharing Economy sharks need love, cuddles and SUBSIDIES – UK.gov

Analysis'Independent reviewer' demands her industry is showered in gold

Oh BOY! The MICKEY MOUSE Apple Watch is no heart-throb

New gizmo lets Disney character tell you the time

Singapore rides to rescue of local cabs by out-Ubering Uber

Government develops own taxi app

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