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26th > February > 2015 Archive

Flash flushed: Google's AdWords to convert ads to HTML5 automatically

You want your ads to show up on mobes, don't you?

HP sets net to snare Aruba: reports

Seeks top-up to WiFi business

NBN fibre: activations accelerated as footprint expanded

Revenue, ARPU and capex all on the rise

US Army plots new petascale monster and 'tactical cloudlets'

Plan calls for big iron to out-scale China's finest to preserve 'information dominance'

Bad dog! PrivDog chews HTTPS, hurls clear text

Scolded puppy to learn better security

Trolls prevail because good men do nothing: boffins

Study finds victims of online bullying don't try to stop it

Arista, Puppet Labs share the DevOps love

Make your switches part of DevOps

Intel's Atoms gain new (cosmetic) X-Factor

Cheaposlab buyers get easier-to-decode names

MELTDOWN: Samsung, Sony not-so-smart TVs go titsup for TWO days

Sets can't reach the internet, turned into dumb boxes

Intel, Apple and Cisco crossed off Chinese Gov's kit list

Update: Cisco denies reportBeijing won't buy products it suspects of harbouring western naughtiness

EU's zombie data-grab plan climbs out of coffin

EU Parliament split over blanket data retention for air passengers

Laughing gas and rubber: A recipe for suborbital flight?

Boston Uni's hybrid Starscraper rocket aims for 100km

Spotty Ceres baffles boffins with bright patches

Volcano? Ice? Exhaust port? YOU decide

P0wned plug-in puts a million WordPress sites at risk of attack

See? We told you blogs were dangerous

And the buggiest OS provider award goes to ... APPLE?

Count of 2014's flaws finds more nasties in Mac OS and iOS than in Windows or Linux

Firefox 36 swats bugs, adds HTTP2 and gets certifiably serious

Three big bads, six medium messes and 1024-bit certs all binned in one release

Bank of England could mint own brand of Bitcoin

Research paper sees role for distributed ledgers as interbank settlement instrument

Barclays punts instant Twitter mobile payments app – best avoid while drunk

Blighty bank wings it with Pingit for twits

Gamma Global goes titsup after running out of cash

No buyer for the biz, only stock and furniture for sale as broker shuts after 25 years

Britain needs more tech immigrants, quango tells

Time to practise those burger-flipping skills, coders

Small cells are like DRUNKS. They don't use lamp posts for light, they use 'em for support

Brit designer's dangle-comms produce coverage for all

Money from apps? It's all about Apple iOS, says survey

Oh yeah, and don't bother with ads

Visa: One million bonks a month for Europeans from next year

2015 is the year mobes become credit cards

NO ONE is making money from YouTube, even Google – report

So what is the idiot-viewing platform actually for?

Syneto: Behold, blockheads – an all-flash array... based on ZFS

ZFS filesystem plus integrated KVM hypervisor

Parallels parallels Citrix, VMware with mobile app delivery slurp

2X software acquisition to take junior virtualiser into Citrix's lair

Salesforce boss: One day I'll run a $10bn... er, software biz?

Benioff boasts: SAP and Oracle can kiss my chuddies

Google to tame Android's Wild Wild West to please suits

Rounds up enterprise posse for sandboxed safety

Don't pay for the BBC? Then no Doctor Who for you, I'm afraid

MPs revive pay-per-Auntie conditional access plan

Outsourcery wins first G-Cloud deal, justifies spot on SME panel

Boss Linney says small biz has 'no God-given right' to win deals

Soz, HP. IBM has out-mega-dealed you – tech analyst

But Big Blue still needs to hit the SMAC stack

SkyProwler VTOL transformo-drone set to darken skies

Plane or chopper? The choice is yours

SOLD: Emulex – for 34% less than shareholders were offered 6 years ago

CommentAvago has a go, wins neat $606m deal

Mark Starkey quits Logicalis UK

ExclusiveFamily illness made exec 'realise life is very short'

Ex-Logica beancounter pleads guilty to insider trading

CGI takeover info netted man £30k in ill-gotten gains

Oh Big Blue, can't you think of anything new for your product line?

StoragebodHere, I'll help: Object storage, scalable NAS...

Net neutrality victory: FCC approves 'open internet' rules in 3-2 vote

Telcos, start your litigation as US broadband faces regulation

Colt sales slide, profits turn to mush in shiny new cloudy world

Medium-term forecast? Sorry, never heard of it

FinFisher, the spyware loved by cruel dictators, stomps all over human rights, says UK govt

Bahraini sales were dodgy, please don't do it again

Microsoft man: Internet Explorer had to go because it's garbage

Even Redmond is fed up with 'IE-specific behavior'

Assemblers were once people: My aunt did it for NASA

We all owe plenty to the mainframe age's pioneers

Net neutrality secrecy: No one knows what the FCC approved (BUT Google has a good idea)

AnalysisLast-minute rewrites and more revealed

Errant update borks Samsung 850 Pro SSDs

Users unfriend Sammy in furious Facebook scenes

Facebook sad-nav: How to put depressed chums on internet suicide watch

Definitely not a killer feature

Reddit showers gold on drugs, hippies and Tor-rorists

In colossal shock, Redditors want to be free to understand mind-bending substances

NBN Co says TWO broadband connections are better than one

+CommentPraises new FTTP plus HFC product in Singapore

If in doubt, blow $4bn: IBM says it will fatten up on cloud, mobile, Big Data cake by 2018

Ginni eyes $40bn-a-year sales

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