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18th > December > 2014 Archive

Hurd'n'Catz leading Oracle to the cloud, but core biz still lags

Software, hardware remained sluggish in Q2

Nork-ribbing flick The Interview AXED: Sony caves under hack terror 'menace'

Terrorists win, Kim Jong Un fingered again

URL LOL: Delta splats web flight boarding pass snoop bug

Mobile site spits out details on fellow passengers

Singapore startup does an Uber on tech support

Fynd seeks geeks looking to turn downtime into cash

Bill cram woes piling up for Sprint: Campaigners lob in a sueball

CFPB seeking to get payback for fraudulent charges

Softlayer hops into Equinix's Cloud Exchange

Last in, best dressed

Judge bars dead Steve Jobs from appearing on TV news FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE

Apple icon's deposition won't be given to the public

Social sniffer predicts which Nigerian prince has the best chance of scamming you

Data matching tool will be open source, intended for good not evil

Scrooges rejoice! Beancounters find formula for perfect Xmas party

Boffins take out - then replace - Christmas fun

Google swears no search leg up for new dot-word sites: We drill into claims

The weird and wacky world of SEO Apple iPhone Android Kim Kardashian 1Direction

Oracle, the King of Cloud? Maybe in Ellison's world

AnalysisClaims that cloud will drive Oracle's future growth ring hollow

TALE OF FAIL: Microsoft offers blow-by-blow Azure outage account

Buggy software and bad deployment borked Redmond's cloud

V. R. R. Stob's magnificent saga A Game Of Dog-and-Bones

StobGUARANTEED no elves and hardly any violence. Or incest

Tegile to shove flash into DIMMs, it would seem

Flash. Surely there must be something it CAN'T do?

Fedora 21: Linux fans will LOVE it - after the install woes

ReviewPurrs like a beauty once you get her running

TorrentLocker ransomware pestilence plagues Europe, bags $500k

Too many people still running random .exe files in spam attachments

Disk areal density: Not a constant, consistent platter

CommentI guess you learn something new every day

UK.gov binds mobe operators to £5bn not-spot deal

Networks agree investment for 90 per cent Blighty voice/text coverage

Soon everyone will be doing it with a strap-on: The Reg's 20 festive wearables

Product roundupFrom wristbands to smart watches

Teradata gobbles up data squasher RainStor

Fourth engulfment of 2014 brings Hadoop-y archiving

Crossbar says it's 'one step' from delivering miracle RRAM

Sneak path current snag cracked: Beyond the NAND scaling wall at last?

CoolReaper pre-installed malware creates backdoor on Chinese Androids

This a lot worse than just bloatware, say analysts

Untangling .NET Core: Open source for Windows, Mac, Linux

Exclusive InterviewMore changes, but it'll be different this time, honest

Friday: SpaceX will attempt to land rocket on floating, robotic 'spaceport drone ship'

Hovering leggy rocket to deploy new 'X-wing' technology

The Shock of The New: The Register redesign update 2

One week in, and our thoughts on your thoughts

Toshiba joins the exclusive, three-member 6TB disk drive club

Developing disk drive density mini dramarama

Couch potatoes relax: Netflix scores big STREAMING TV PATENT win

OpenTV not unique enough to protect, says court

Legs in 2015: SpaceX Falcon's landing put on hold

Stuttering engine means staff can knock off early

Security SEE-SAW: $3 MEEELLION needed to fight a $100k hack

Threat intelligence 'mostly snake oil and marketing'

Europe rubber-stamps IBM Lufthansa outsourcing gig

Nothing to see here, says EU, 'no competition worries'

Rivals feel power of EMC's storage software bite

Market bounces in Q3, but somebody forgot to tell Symantec and IBM

Don't panic, US Navy has only deployed a ROBOT SHARK (but where are the lasers?)

Pics and videoGhostSwimmer is an underwater James Bond

Misfortune Cookie crumbles router security: '12 MILLION+' in hijack risk

New claim: Homes, businesses menaced by vulnerable firmware

Microsoft kills its Euro pane in the a**: The 'would you prefer Chrome?' window

Time runs out on mandatory non-IE installation tool

Android gives Google a search monopoly? Not so fast, says judge

More facts needed before class-action suit can proceed

New fear: ISIS killers use 'digital AK-47' malware to hunt victims

New code built in-house targets innocents fending off deranged terrorists

Banish the fear of Big Brother when you bring in BYOD

The magic of MDM

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