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18th > March > 2015 Archive

Internet Explorer LIVES ON, cackle sneaky Microsoft engineers

Redmond fires back as browser bullet brouhaha brews

Oracle in dollar bother – but Larry's in a fighting mood over cloudy future

SAP 'not there,' Workday 'not competitive,' and Benioff's in for a shock, supremo chants

Borg to assimilate Square Kilometre Array data

Cisco brings IoT labs to Sydney and Perth to crunch space data, oyster heartbeats

Apple Safari update BORKED private browsing

Saving private icons

Microsoft shows off South Korean PC-on-a-stick

Daewoo dongle due in May, will run Windows 8.1

Boffins FOAMING over a Nickel's worth of hydrogen

Electrolysis paralysis catalyst dismissed!

Windows 10 will finally drop in 'summer' says Microsoft

Redmond also brings Band wristjob to Blighty and gives Win 10 a facial

IBM throws Twitter's firehose into the Bluemix

Avian network improves its ratting-out features

D-Link patches yet more vulns

Consumers rise up to ignore firmware update en masse

Cisco posts kit to empty houses to dodge NSA chop shops

Kit sent to SmallCo of Nowheresville to avoid NSA interception profiles

Watching porn makes men 'better in bed'

Just as well, really

Google Glass DIED from TOO MUCH ATTENTION, Captain Moonshot admits

Nothing to do with Mountain View's publicity stunts, oh no

Galileo! Galileo! Galileo good to go after six-week recovery effort

Errant sixth satellite nudged into useful orbit

Is the DNS' security protocol a waste of everyone's time and money?

Net experts argue over value of domain hijack protections

Sensitive apps with 6.3 BILLION downloads found open to FREAK

Banking, medical, and privacy apps join shoddy cipher list

Sit back and let someone else manage your telephony

Voice as a service has arrived

$30 Landfill Android mobes are proof that capitalism ROCKS

Worstall on WednesdayGive us your tired, your poor, your phoneless masses

My self-driving cars may lead to human driver ban, says Tesla's Musk

GTC 2015Nvidia touts $10,000 DIY robo-car brains, neural-net motorists in the cloud

Fatally flawed RC4 should just die, shout angry securobods

It's the Swiss Cheese of infosec and we're all gazing through its holes

Vince Cable opens hipster-friendly London tech creche

The Urban Innovation Centre: No, it's not for graffiti vandals

German chancellor DECLARES WAR on crap rural Wi-Fi

CeBIT 2015Merkel's visionary 10-point plan is anything but

Facebook unveils P2P moola-to-mates payment feature

Holy f*ck! Do you trust Zuck with your bucks?

Broadcom targets terabit switch markets with fat StrataDNX chipset

It's a mighty fine rack, veep tells us

Delving into Office 2016: Microsoft goes public with new preview

First LookNext version of Office for Windows is unveiled

MacBooks slimming down with Sammy's new 3D NAND diet pills

Honestly, I couldn't eat another thing

MOVE IT! 10 top tips for shifting your data centre

From cable ties to rack size – sweat the small stuff

Watchdog slaps American Apparel's youthful naked arse

Spandex bodysuit pic 'likely to cause serious offence', ASA rules

Atomic keyrings: Just how bright are they?

Well, it depends on the colour...

A day may come when flash memory is USELESS. But today is not that day

However sometime in the 2020s it will be. What then?

Not in the Budget: Spooks beg for £111m brown envelope

And your £2bn moneybag isn't big enough already, GCHQ/MI5/MI6?

What else has Kaminario got under its kimono?

CommentSometimes, just looking good is not enough to survive

Osbo: Choose a IoT fridge. Choose spirit-crushing driverless cars

Budget Day 2015You look like you're eating jam straight out of the jar, says Clippy

NORK internet outage was payback for Sony hack – US politician

PRK sawed through branch it was sitting on with notorious Hollywood blitz

We need copyright reform so Belgians can watch cricket, says MEP

It's vitally important for cultural diversity, you see

Ex-Autonomy chief Mike Lynch's Darktrace bags £12.6m from investors

Spook-friendly infosec firm swallows more wonga

South Korean police book 29 Uber staff for 'illegal taxi' ops

How do you Seoulve a problem like Kalanick?

HP's great cloud server cattle roundup with Foxconn begins

Pet carriers not wanted for whitebox stampede

Wanna stream live TV to your Playstation? Get a Vue of Sony's new stuff

Games console biz launches telly subscription from $50 a month

Speaking in Tech: Why doesn't Facebook just stop doing stuff?

PodcastPlus: Let's talk about our sister site, Google 'nearline' storage, and so much more

CSC's ServiceMesh named as source of bank exec bribe

Was winning deal at top Oz bank seen as value-fluffer before acquisition?

The West's cloud giants toss escape rope over Great Firewall – and China's not happy

Censors threaten to cut off biz that give Chinese freedom

Web geeks grant immortality to Sir Terry Pratchett – using smuggled web code

'A man is not dead while his name is still spoken'

Let's get patchin' now, everybody's watchin' how, baby fix Safari with me

Come on Apple, patch up your browser….

Gigabit web streaming in 2016? Live tests say yes

Comcast already running DOCSIS 3.1 with employees

'All browsing activity should be considered private and sensitive' says US CIO

Stop laughing about the NSA and read this plan to make HTTPS the .gov standard

Apple orders white box servers from Taiwan for data centre refresh

Report hints at bad news for branded server-makers as Cupertino cranks up bit barns

Zombie SCO shuffles back into court seeking IBM Linux cash

Bring it on, say Big Blue's beaks

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