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28th > November > 2014 Archive

VMware secures trademark for something cloudy and secure

What is 'VMware SWITCH'? And is it linked to Virtzilla's looming investor call?

Leaked Syrian log files reveal attempts to starve rebels of information

Users self-censor to avoid arrest

Chinese search engine Baidu to peddle SmartBike

At least it's not another smartwatch

Cryptocurrency cruncher cranks prime number constellation

Riecoin distributed miner claims world record for prime sextuplet generation

Edward Snowden: best ... security ... educator ... EVER!

Study finds those aware of leaker-at-large harden up and surf smarter

NICTA chief quits over future structure flap with board

Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte heads for the exit as former HP man drafted as interim CEO

Citrix clambers aboard GPU-powered app-delivery bandwagon

VMware, meanwhile, reveals patent-pending desk-o-matic decision maker

DNA survives fiery heat of re-entry on test rocket

Life came here by meteorite theory gets a boost


More TV white space magic

World's best threat detection pwned by HOBBIT

Forget nation-states, BAB0 is the stuff of savvy crims

Azure has put new life into Active Directory

Cynical sysadmin ventures into the blue yonder

UK computing museum starts reboot of 65-year-old EDSAC

Program like it's 1949

The Glorious Resolution: Feast your eyes on 5 HiDPI laptops

Product round-upEYE-POPPING goodness

Festive streamers caught in Vulture's claws: Gadget-ogle for audiophiles, video geeks

Breaking FadWatch out for Chrimbo compatibility, though

Beyond the genome: YOU'VE BEEN DECODED, again

Welcome to the world of the proteome

Ten Mac freeware apps for your new Apple baby

Product round-upThe latest from the software gift horse stables

NHS and POLICE non-emergency services GO DARK after Voda switch failure - source

Nationwide network cockup

NetMundial 'rule-the-internet' ISC project gets grudging support of civil society

Well, we won't boycott it, OK? Does that count?

High Court: You've made our SH*T list – corked pirate torrent sites double in a day

Arrrr. Walk the crowded plank

BOFH: Everyone deserves a little DOWNTIME

Episode 14Titsup tech holiday special

Docker: Sorry, you're just going to have to learn about it. Today we begin

Sysadmin BlogPart One: Containers! Containers! Containers!

Tough Banana Pi: a Raspberry Pi for colour-blind diehards

ReviewWi-Fi? Check. SATA 2 port? Check. Screen - Ow, my eyes!

Britain's MPs ask Twitter, Facebook to keep Ts&Cs simple

Government urged to draw up privacy 'kitemark'

All-flash storage or will you settle for hybrid? How to decide

Don't let your cache thrash

Evil US web giants shield terrorists? Evil spies in net freedom crush plot?

AnalysisCalm Down and Carry On

Customers RAGE after Webfusion goes TITSUP

Hosting firm's Total Inability To Support Usual Performance enrages Twittersphere

It's BLOCK FRIDAY: Britain in GREED-crazed bargain bonanza mob frenzy riot MELTDOWN

Crowds bludgeon one another with cheap TVs, websites burn

How to get ahead in IT: Swap the geek speak for the spreadsheet

A techie's guide to understanding the bosses' biz

Google Chrome on Windows 'completely unusable', gripe users

Recent versions of browser attract performance, stability complaints

Einstürzende Neubauten's haunting World War I tribute

Music ReviewThe only band that needs compressed air

Cutting the cord without losing touch with your office

Here’s how to do mobile if you're an SME

Thought tab sales were in the toilet this year? Hah! Wait for next

Global market forecast to decline 3.5 per cent to 185 million

Dropbox sees rival file-piles merely as dots in rearview mirror

That CLOUD is moving like the WIND! Eh? What do you mean, 'metaphor police'?

That sub-$100 Android slab you got on Black Friday? RIDDLED with holes, say infosec bods

You get what you pay for

Looking for a tip-top high-end storage array (and who isn't?) Gartner names its favorite

Fujitsu box shines at OLPT, almost as good as HDS and HP

Japan pauses asteroid BOMBING raid – still no word from Bruce Willis?

Hayabusa2 blaster won't fly until December

Sony employees face 'weeks of pen and paper' after crippling network hack

Megastars' details may have been pinched – report

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