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9th > December > 2014 Archive

Google and Microsoft, sitting in a tree,

Here's a happy hybrid: your Microsoft licences, Google's cloud, Chromed desktops

Linux software nasty slithers out of online watering holes

Windows-popping Trojan thought to be govt-built takes a bite from penguinistas

GSMA denies latest Snowden leak

No 'current' compromise, and our standards docs are public anyway

Internet cash-point boss says 'no thanks' to ICANN's web power grab

CEO speaks out ahead of showdown

Zombie POODLE wanders in, cocks leg on TLS

How much is that doggy gonna hack you?

US Ass. Commerce Sec hits back at claims global DNS is DOOMED

Starting to get messy in Washington

USB Forum submits itself to electrical probing

International Electrotechnical Commission to run its eye over USB 3.1

Portland lobs fair-trade gluten-free artisan SUEBALL at Uber

City hopes to disrupt disruptive cab-hire app upstart

Google pushes 'go' on Android Studio

'Our software is not released. It ESCAPES'

Devs: Barack Obama's gunning for your job!

President needs a new gig in two years and his CV's a bit better than yours

Sacre block! French publishers to sue Adblock maker – report

Les cochons vouloir de l'argent!

Microsoft tries to defend Irish servers from US g-men invasion, again

Appeal begins in Manhattan

This Christmas, demand the right to a silent night

Usability is about lifestyle impact, not just ease-of-use

Grooveshark to sink its teeth again into Pandora (legally this time)

Freetards' MP3 slinger says it'll be too legit to quit in the new year

GERONTIC 'Ghost ship' prowled the undersea cables of the 1940s

I say HURL: Boffins find lost US Navy vessel that pulled C&W out of the Pacific

AliExpress patches account mass harvesting flaw

Names, addresses and phone numbers make ripe phish food

Google App Engine has THIRTY flaws, says researcher

Java VM mess unresolved as probe crosses the line and leads to account shutdown

Juniper gives itself an uppercut, plans white box switch running Junos OS

If you can't beat 'em …

No NAND's land: Flash will NOT take over the data centre

CommentTerry Pratchett was right... it IS a diskworld

Buy Your Own Device: No more shiny-shiny work mobe for you

Bosses to pay for your calls, not your phone

HPC storage bods at DDN fish for BIG CATCH in the data lake

InterviewA product marketing manager gives his view

EU law bods: New eCall crash system WON'T TRACK YOU. Really

Why don't you trust us? *Cough* BND, GCHQ *cough*

IBM, NetApp suffer as storage buyers shun mainstream suppliers

Service providers jumping into bed with Far East ODMs... here's the impact

Must diarise: Verify ID system will 'definitely' work by 2016

We love the whooshing noise deadlines make as they go by...

The great DataGravity black hole: Another 50 million greenbacks sucked in

$92m in funding secured in almost three years


I respect her passion... but I'm all about the phones – Chen

Put me through to Buffy's room, please. Sony hackers leak stars' numbers, travel aliases

007, Natalie Portman, Brad Pitt all d0xed – report

So - you thought you knew all about the INSTANT COFFEE DUNES of TITAN?

Methane winds must blow harder - boffins

Facebook injects CREEPY search engine into mobile app

Now pervs can prey on teens on the move too!

97% of UK gets 'basic' 2Mbps broadband. 'Typical households' need 10Mbps – Ofcom

Talks up ‘ultrafast’ connections though rural ones still pants

Review mass-snoop laws regularly, says RIPA daddy Blunkett

Ex-home sec rants about 'traitor and thief Philip Snowden' ... who he?

Hunt the RAID killer: Exablox builds object storage that isn't

How the deception game spun out of climbing a mountain

Daisy Group slurped by VC consortium, bids to cancel AIM listing

Bid by CEO and chums for £494m firm gets green light from shareholders

'I don't NEED to pay' to watch football, thunders EU digi-czar

Bad news on the way for Sky Sports et al

Amazon comes over all eBay with new ‘make an offer’ facility

Connoisseurs of fine collectiblesold tat rejoice

One-click, net-modelled UK copyright hub comes a step closer

Dignified usage reform begins. What could possibly go wrong?

Skinny Ubuntu Linux 'Snapped' up by fat Microsoft cloud

All the libraries, just 110MB

A first look at Google’s Android Studio 1.0: Climbing out of the Eclipse kitchen sink

Neat Android dev tool from Google - but another firm's IDEA

Tech titans lob $25m at 'social' business

Social activism platform raises cash from Bill Gates, Reid Hoffman and more

Intel: Grab these platform shoes and dance to OUR Internet of Things standard

Will you join Team Chipzilla or Team ARM?

Keep your court orders to YOURSELF – human rights chief slaps US

Microsoft gets backing from Council of Europe watchdog

Coming to Blackphone: An app store loaded with privacy tools

NSA not added here?

It's nearly 2015 – and your Windows PC can still be owned by a Visual Basic script

Plus patch for Adobe Flash bug exploited by hackers

Microsoft opens Azure cloud to US govt for vid surveillance, etc

Plans to take on Amazon for public-sector contracts

Telstra's NBN boondoggle nearly set in stone: reports

BEELIONS to flow out of the half-bakery

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