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25th > May > 2015 Archive

World loses John Nash, the 'Beautiful Mind'

Nash and wife, Alicia, die in New Jersey taxi accident

Bank-heist malware's servers phone home to Russian spookhaus

Possible prank sees trojan that lifted $300 million suggest Kremlin as controller

Mozilla finds a way to tunnel Firefox into iOS

'Firefox experience' will play some low-key gigs in private beta

Sniffing and sharing Wi-Fi passwords? There's an app for that!

And its Chinese developers just scored US$52m of VC to sniff more passwords

2.8 million victims squared up by malicious Minecraft apps

Cheaters cheated, then fleeced by premium SMS 'malware' removal tools

India to Russia: 'Sod you, Vlad, we're going to the moon ALONE'

Mars? Been there, done that

Windows and OS X are malware, claims Richard Stallman

'Resist gratification', says super-GNU-man freedom fighter

Amazon sighs, may slip hands into trousers to pay some UK corp tax

All in the name of customer service, natch

Openreach to trial G.fast in Swansea

100 lucky premises to test standard BT says might hit 500Mbps

LOHAN team preps PRATCHETT mission

Final avionics test flight in honour of the late, great Sir Terry

Death of a middleman: Cloud storage gateways – and their evolution

Fading glory for Google, Microsoft and Amazon go-betweens?

Land Rover's return: Last orders and leather seats for Defender nerds

Blighty's Jeep – done in a thoroughly British way

Will Hay: Britain's bumbling star of the screen and skies

FeatureComic actor and acclaimed astronomer extraordinaire

Nominet new CEO opens giant can of worms, sticks head in

Meanwhile registry's charitable trust is propped up with exiting Board members

Chap mines Bitcoin with PUNCH CARDS and ancient mainframe

IBM Model 1401 can hash, will produce a Bitcoin some time after the Sun explodes

Charter Comms to acquire Time Warner for US$55bn: lotsa reports

If at first you don't succeed, try, try again

Web tracking puts lead in your saddlebags, finds Mozilla study

Blocking third party access to content speeds up your browser

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