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15th > June > 2015 Archive

Chrome on Mac sucks (electrons), says Google, so we'll fix it

Battery gluttony targeted for code-fixes to keep you feeding data to Google for longer

Cisco issues 16 patches to pop pesky peccant packets

Remote code execution for some, denial of service for the rest of us

Snapchat slings SMS two-factor authentication

'Culture of security' shift gains ground

Chuck chucks Cisco's China C-suite

More execs shown the door as Borg looks for Middle Kingdom kickstarter

Taiwan incumbent adds G.fast to tech mix

Could launch as soon as September

Hyperconvergence isn't about hardware: It's server-makers becoming software companies

Clouds sell compute by the glass. On-premises kitmakers want to sell wine-as-a-service

Cortana threatens to blow away ESC key

Toshiba's Windows 10 PCs machines to get top-left key for digital assistant

Australia's comms regs broken says Vodafone (as it would)

'BT doesn't overcharge for mobiles' – what's wrong with this picture?

Uber petitions page p0wned, thanks to textbook code

Lyft-loving Loki says taxi terrors used n00b-grade code from online tutorial to build its polls

Stratosphere protects WASP's hot body, say boffins

Space 'scope spots an exo-stratosphere for the first time, warns of Titanium rain

Linus Torvalds asks kernel devs to take a break so he can too

Linux 4.1 delayed by driver dramas and Linus' holiday

Huawei humps up its DS8000 heavyweight array range

Doubles performance, nearly quadruples capacity

'Right to be forgotten' applies WORLDWIDE, thunders Parisian court

You've got two weeks to appease le beak, say French legal eagles

Intel inside: Six of the best affordable PC laptops

Product RoundupBudget machines to leave you quids in and spoilt for choice

Veeam-ing all the way to the bank: No IPO for these VM replicants

CommentFirm also claims 4,000 new customers a month

EU steps (marginally, tentatively) towards new data protection law

Several fat ladies still to sing

IBM lobs 3,500 staffers at Apache Spark

Big Blue researchers pile into cluster parade

OPEN WIDE: Microsoft Live Writer authoring tool going open source

Hanselman: 'I didn't expect this little tweet reply to cause a ruckus'

Unlucky, Palmer: Facebook's going to BAN Oculus pr0n apps

Virtual muck now struck from smut bucket content glut despite Luckey's pluck

Revenue up 62 per cent, as Redcentric posts bumper post-buy results

Firm sets sights on bigger mid-market slice

Salesforce's $20 billion challenge: to go deep, deep, deep

Next chapter is a balance of neutrality and integration

How OpenStack became the big dogs' game – and why it's still for you

Get rich or die tryin'

Grumpy EU ministers agree shaky pact on new data protection law

Talks start this month with EU Parliament and Commish

Limited edition Iron Man S6 sells for $91,000 thanks to ... serial number

Unknown Chinese bidder snags phone for 100 times retail price

Japanese female fish in sperm-producing strangeness

Researchers identify vertebrates' germ cells genetic switch

'Snowden risked lives' fearfest story prompts sceptical sneers

AnalysisAnon murmurs fool few serious infosec watchers

The Hound of Hounslow: No $40m Wall Street wobbler

Architects, not coders, to blame for vulnerable HFT markets

It's curtains for you, copper: IBM boffins push the LIGHT FANTASTIC

Use silicon photonics to continue chasing Moore's Law

Would EU exit 'stuff' the UK? Tech policy boss gets diplomatic

Brussels now intent on bolstering tech startups

Deutsche Telekom, Huawei: Let's rain on Amazon’s euro cloud together

German telco emphasises security, lack of NSA nibbling

Duqu 2.0‬ malware buried into Windows PCs using 'stolen Foxconn certs'

Driver signed by Chinese factory giant, says Kaspersky

Chancellor Merkel 'was patient zero' in German govt network hack

Her computer was used to spread Trojan, it is claimed

Canada to ICANN in dot-sucks dot-rumble: Take off, you hoser!

Knubley not bubbly about TLD price query

POD RACING: SpaceX will build the Hyperloop railgun tube-way – you bring the ride

Student competition launched

Silicon Valley season closer: Would you like fried servers with that?

RecapAh the sweet smell of successful failure

LastPass got hacked: Change your master password NOW

Pff, more like LostPass

Sunday Times fires off copyright complaint at Snowden story critics

Whacked hacks face flack, slap back in article scrap

It's about forking time: Node.js, io.js to mend differences, remerge

Server-side JavaScript tools reunited under wing of Linux Foundation

Microsoft finally finishes its PowerPC emulator

E3 2015Look what the nerd brought to a gaming conference

Australia needs MOAR L33T WHITE HATZ, says Federal Police

The land of the crypto-ban has trouble filling its cyber-defence jobs

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