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9th > March > 2015 Archive

China reveals 'Internet Plus' plan to modernise and go cloudy

Premier Li Keqiang puts technology at the heart of China's growth plans

Boffins probe mystery of ANTARCTIC BLOOD GLACIER

Hypersaline, oxygen-free waters may resemble conditions on Enceladus or Europa

Optus to close its Zoo and shutter Optus Now app

New content store on the way after March 27th death date

AWS cuts its own set of keys to VMware's vCenter kingdom

Updated plugin seeks permission to update itself automatically

CIA re-orgs to build cyber-snooping into all investigations

Because the USA has such a shortage of digital surveillance

Scotland to get National ID system 'by the backdoor', campaigners mull challenge

Holyrood votes for 'creeping use' of NHS data

Uber XXXs itself out of South Korea

Offers to become Seoul brother to local cabbies if they compromise on regulations

Google promises proper patch preparation after new cloud outage

Network egress issues hit Google Compute Engine for the second time in three weeks

Ex-cops dumped on never-hire blacklist for data misdeeds

Look how clean our house is, say angelic police forces

Web protection: A flu mask for the internet

You never know what you might catch

Chewier than a slice of Pi: MIPS Creator CI20 development board

ReviewUse your Imagination

Hated smart meters likely to be 'a costly failure' – MPs

Don't worry, consumers are footing the £11bn bill

Sleepy eNom bombs websites in HUGE DNS OUTAGE – remains silent despite gripes

Titsup for five hours but yet to 'fess up to service strife

Microsoft chucks patent sueball at Kyocera over Android phones

Tough on tough mobes, tough on the causes of tough mobes

Woah there Dot Hill, that's one seriously fat sales boom

SAN bods knock five year slump on the head

BACK OFF, spooks: UK legal hacking code should be 'resisted at all costs' says lawyer

We've been naughty all along, so now we're legalising it

Network competition? Puh-lease. It's all about the Apple-Android Axis of Fondle

MWC 2015Rival mobile OSes in race for third place

Elon Musk insists Gigafactory's ALL GO as China charging fears hit Tesla shares

Middle Kingdom 'leccycar staff laid off

The SHOCKING storage truth: Everyone's buying spinning rust

And the weird part? Mainstream vendors are losing share

Obsolete – and IP-baring – Anon tool linked to feminist blog DDoS

LOIC emerges from the dark and dusty past

Quantum computers have failed. So now for the science

Bouncing oil droplets reveal slippery truth behind the magical promises

Whoops! AVG data centre KO'd by 'unplanned' outage

Anti-spam software hit, firm says all will be well again 'soon'

Intel SoCs it to 'em with new D: Tiny but powerful

Chipzilla reveals more on plan to stuff Broadwells in hyperscale data centre

Apple Watch: HOT WRIST ACTION plus slim $1299 MacBooks - and HBO TV

Hype-gasmWhat you need to know (or not)

SugarCRM sews up sweet deal to buy out junior upstart Stitch

No figures mentioned, but they should make a thrilling yarn for investors

Don't be afraid, cloudy storage folk, just admit you’re a bit bi-modal

StoragebodWe need to accept change, but how much?

Minecraft debuts new block – one that blocks Java crapware, that is

All-in-one launcher soothes players' Java installer pains

Teen sex pic swap shop SnapChat seeks Saudi cash to keep selfies flowing

American startup goes cap in hand to prince

Never escape the boss again: Salesforce tracks down your best people any time, any place

'I don't care if you're on the can, answer your phone!'

Apple Watch: Wait a minute! This puny wrist-puter costs 17 GRAND?!

Plus: New skinny MacBook and exclusive HBO TV streaming

US air traffic control 'vulnerable to hackers' says watchdog

'Weaknesses preventing and detecting unauthorised access to computers'

We have no self-control: America's most powerful men explain why they're scared of email

Hillary Clinton email-gate gives Senators Luddite, Graham and McCain enough rope

Microsoft offers checkups for Java web apps with Azure-backed code profiling service

It's a small cloud, after all

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