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17th > July > 2015 Archive

Happy NukeDay to you! 70 years in the shadow of the bomb post-Trinity

Pics and vidTop nuke boffin calls for new test, but not for the reason you'd think

Sky still blue, above the ocean: Google still raking it in

Turns out automated small ads is a great way to pile up cash

Global productivity hole to open on 30 July as Angry Birds 2 debuts

That's the day after Windows 10 lands. So you'll have something to do if the upgrade goes badly

Google signs as OpenStack sponsor

Cross-cloud Kubernetes collaboration caper is Chocolate Factory's hybrid cloud play

Running SAP? Checked for patches lately? Now's a good time

New round of fixes includes one for security bypass flaw

Ad slingers beware! Google raises Red Screen of malware Dearth

Chrome to take shine off dodgy networks

Ex-Apple bods suing Apple for bag searches get class-action upgrade

Federal judge throws open legal battle to thousands of store staff

Reddit scrubs up: Child abuse? Gone. Drugs? Cool. RACISM? FINE

Child abuse banned, but being plain ol' offensive is all right

Backup upstart Code42 is in a world of Payne

CEO pro to grow the co to IPO

Wicked WikiLeaks leaks considered harmful: Alert over malware lurking in dumped docs

Tip-toe through the old-days, hope you don't hit a zero-day

SourceForge goes TITSUP thanks to storage fault

Restoration process under way but it's 404 to the floor for now

600 MEELLION apps open to brute force account guessing

Password, password, passwörd, pässwŌrd - keep trying, the apps won't stop you!

Farmer mooved after reunion with two-year fugitive cow

I didn't have a cow, man, but now I do, man

WINGED VELOCIRAPTOR 'from HELL': Closest thing ever to a real DRAGON?

Zhenyuanlong suni had feathers like 'a vulture'

Google, Adobe barricade Flash against hacker hordes – we peek inside

Revealed: Project Zero team's anti-exploit defenses for Swiss-cheese plugin

Thanks for open sourcing .NET say Point of Sale villains

VXers say Microsoft's good intentions let them brew truly evil malware

Metadata slurp warrant typo sends cops barging into the wrong house

IOCCO investigates snooping snafus by asinine authorities and other idiots

TalkTalk deactivates hundreds of email accounts after legacy spam scare

Looks like only Tiscali and Lineone have been targeted

Facebook's React Native is exciting devs. Or is it, really?

It's said to be the dog's danglies – but so were many other things before it

High Court smacks down 'emergency' UK spy bill as UNLAWFUL

Government has until March 2016 to write new legislation

Google robo-car in rear-end smash – but cack-handed human blamed

VidCome, Luddites, help us smash the Borg before it's too late

Password manager Mitro will shutter itself on 31 August

You've got six weeks to migrate all your creds. Chop, chop

Cloudian says yes please to object-happy S3 storage

CommentThe enterprise tide will lift our boat, or something

Helpful Nimble enhances NUKE THE LOT option on array control panel

Volume shredding via a REST API. How relaxing

Quantum blames wobbly storage world for its own wobbly financials

Whoops-a-daisy, tide's out and my nakedness is showing

Shout, shout, Elliott loses out. Samsung will merge with itself after all

US activist fund murmurs something about being ‘disappointed’

eBay flogs off eBay chunk for $925m as 'uncoupling' gets closer

Tat sales up seven per cent, compared with bumper PayPal growth

Oracle retreats on $210m Rimini Street 'value' damages

Rimini sets back claim as Oracle "streamlines" theft claims

We want MORE, whine Colt directors after seeing buyout proposal

Fingers-in-eyes protest likely to make no difference

HP recruits Intel for Top 100 supercomputer push

InterviewOr is it the other way around?

Female blood-suckers zero in on human prey by smelling our breath

Mosquito coast

Time for a brutal TELLY-OFF: Android TV versus Firefox OS

Breaking FadThe fight for the living room's future is on

HSBC takes Twitter tongue-lashing over failure to offer Apple Pay

Public transport is predictably popular, finds poll

Hear that screeching sound? It's the sales brakes on distie juggernaut DCC Tech

Disappearing demand for tabs, notebooks and smartphones fingered

The Escalating Mobile Security Challenge

BYOD was just the beginning

You've tested the cloud – now get ready and take a bigger step

Let's discuss how to migrate legacy applications will appeal against DRIPA-busting verdict, says minister

Meanwhile 'unlawful' law stays in force until March next year. Trebles all round!

Daisy Group’s Riley: Integration of £200m + acquired beast starts today

Phoenix IT Group adds 3,600 new customers to stables of new parent

Loan application data hacked, company responds: Meh, not our customers

Hackers vow to publish all if AFC Kredieten doesn't pay up

Microsoft licensing house Crayon buys into US tech market

CEO Takle grabs Software Wholesale International by short and curlies

AMD CEO: We're jumping back into cost-cutting mode

But don't worry – our channel enjoyed a 'sequential increase'

Flubbed hardware fix knocked out 911 calls, T-Mobile US cops big fine

Telco chips $17.5m into federal pot after leaving millions of Americans in the lurch

Server storage slips on robes, grabs scythe, stalks legacy SANs

AnalysisTraditional enterprise shared-storage facing extinction event

Tuesday, Wednesday break my heart. Thursday doesn't even start. Friday I'm in .love

New gTLD goes live for all

NASA boffins peer at Pluto: Could it be ... is that ... OATMEAL?

PicsHills, smooth plains, troughs all part of 'astoundingly amazing landscape'

Hackers invade systems holding medical files on 4.5 million Cali patients

California hospital group says dirtbags broke in last October

GOOGLE GMAIL ATE MY LINUX: Gobbled email enrages Torvalds

Kernel chief Linus claims his spam bin had more than 30% false positives

You Musk be joking: Tesla's zero to 60MPH in 2.8 SECONDS is literally 'ludicrous'

New performance packages for Model S 'leccy cars unveiled

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