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12th > February > 2015 Archive

IBM says dating apps can give you a nasty infection DOWN THERE!

Maybe chatting someone up at the bar isn't such a bad idea after all

Cisco hits the disco as unified comms, wireless sales are lookin' frisk, yo

Emboldened Borg sneers at white box switch menace, gloves up for VMware fight

Telstra posts first half-year AUD$2 BEEELLION profit

Cashed-up telco's cloud and services businesses soar as fixed voice bleeds less

City broadband ISPs: PLEEEEASE don't do 'Title II' net neutrality

We're not like THEM, they say, pointing at Comcast, TWC et al

Whose GPUs let it cruise to record revenues? Nvidia, that's who!

Chipmaker's growth continues despite Tegra sales wobble

It's not over yet: Now South Korea launches Qualcomm antitrust probe

China just the beginning for mobe chipmaker's woes in Asia

VirusTotal wants YOU (but not you) to join its epic AV whitelist

No more anti-virus collateral D-Days, mkay?

Got an Android Wear gizmo? Yeah, you and '719,999 other people'

It's the Detroit of smart gumble

What goes up but must come down? NetApp's customer invoices

AnalysisGrowth has shuddered to a halt – here's why

Hacker kicks one bit XP to 10 Windows scroll goal

Screwy GUI carried dead code for 15 YEARS

World's governments emerge enraged from mounds of red tape, screaming at ICANN

Unhappiness with how domain name overseer runs the show

Cricket's nervous nineties are a THING, say econo-boffins

Athletes try to balance team success and personal milestones

Update - Boffins: COMETS are like FRIED ICE CREAM. Mmm

Because they melt in the sun and have crunchy organics on the outside. No, really

SWINGBELLIES! Take heed AGAIN: Booze shortens your life

Alcohol may help in some ways, but when the sums are done you'll end up short

Lashed Saudi blogger Raif: Prince Charles has word with new king

Dad convicted over Facebook posts faces another 50 lashes on Friday

It's not the cloud: The problem lies between the chair and the computer – Gartner

Nearly 100% of private clouds 'fail' 'cos people just don't 'get it'

NO BRAIN needed to use Samsung's next flagship mobe

Just press the button and trust the tattling-tellies company to do the rest

Now not even muggers want your iPhone

Back to stealing life savings from pensioners, lads

EU parliament bans Outlook app over cloudy security: report

Redmond says security controls check out

Free WiFi coming to UK trains ... in two years

Don't get your hopes up, Brits, leaves on the line could yet slow service

Unsurprising report: UK local govt sites remain totally crap

Really? Good lord. Two sugars?

Traditional enterprise workloads on an all-flash array? WHY WOULD I BOTHER?

StoragebodLatency from humans in front of the screen

Drinking games: Tapper 1983, this Bud's for you...

Antique Code ShowWe can't vouch for the taste, but the ambience is great

Isilon's Americas chief techie jumps ship to Micron Technology

Rob Peglar goes from scale-out to micro-scale storage

Ericsson and Qualcomm in BONKERS 450Mbps 4G test lab demo

Free spectrum, what's not to like?

Insight Enterprises grits teeth as cloudy payoff remains elusive

Q4 numbers hit by Microsoft license fee cuts and currency headwind, says CEO

Gov.UK begs Google 'n' U.S. tech pals: Forget Ireland, come to Blighty

And if you don't... wa-hey, diverted profits tax. *Cough*

Datameer rolls out Hadoop-as-a-service for impatient IT bods

Five nodes should tide you over

HELP! Windows Phone update 8.1 broke my Lumia

UpdatedUsers fret as freezing phones fix a long time coming

ONTAP isn't putting NetApp ONTOP

OpinionAll that is storage does not beget gold

Meerkats helped Ofcom unlock White Space spectrum-hopping

No, not the insurance salesmen - real live ones in a zoo

Dutch government websites KO'd by 10-hour DDoS

Sustained assault took down gov mouthpiece

Capita gobbles up more public sector pie

Another win for outsourcing giant alleged as SMEs allege it short-changed them

We've made a profit, shouts Azzurri Comms. Yeah, 'made' is right

Just ignore that multi-million pound inter-firm loan

AMD stops shipping chips as bloated channel begs 'Please, no more'

Sated customers just don't want any more wafers

FACEBOOK even from BEYOND the GRAVE: CHOOSE your Legacy

I'm on a cloud not in one

Tesla loses $100 million after Chinese problems

Butterfly flaps wings, quarterly results caught in red-splattered hurricane

U.S. tech giant CDW: Our 35% stake in Kelway cost us $86.8m

CFO: But if we consume remaining shares 'it'll cost us more'

Microsoft slurps Apple-happy, Google-tastic Sunrise calendar firm

What about Outlook and Exchange?

Ex-Microsoft open source plan man lands top Cloud Foundry job

If he can handle MS user 'relations', he can do anything

Elon Musk's Tesla set to unveil home storage battery

'Leccy car bods are still bleeding cash, mind

Watch: China has made an internet censorship THEME SONG

VideoNever has repression sounded so good

Look who's SAP happy: HDS eyes up French techies at Oxya for lunch

La surprise! Une acquisition est sur les cartes, mon ami

HIGH-RANNOSAURUS WRECKED: Druggie dinos tripped balls on psychedelics – boffins

Ancient amber reveals hallucinogenic history

Microsoft launches wobbly Windows 10 phone preview for Lumia daredevils only

'You will encounter bugs'

How's your F-ITCH-bit? Surge gizmo sparks rash of complaints, watchdog's attention

Just take the damned thing off then, makers advise

Microsoft loves Surface pen maker N-trig so much it bought it – report

So much for pulling out of the tablet biz

Net neutrality: Growing flames of criticism lick FCC chief's secret plans

Washington Post and Internet Innovation Alliance oppose Title II regulation of broadband

CommBank app leaks 2FA tokens says Sydney dev

Fraudster friends might finger your phone and rummage in your bank account

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