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28th > July > 2015 Archive

Bloke who tried to get journo killed by SWAT cops coughs to conspiracy charge

Krebs says at least one tormentor already facing justice

BONK! BONK! Windows 10 whack-a-mole – Microsoft still fixing bugs

What's the big deal about a little crash here and there?

Automattic says spooks asked for something it can't reveal

'We are disclosing the maximum amount allowed by law' says WordPress developer

SOHOpeless: Security stains on Honeywell's Tuxedo home automator

I could have sworn I locked the house when I went to work this morning ...

Gamers zap brain-to-computer kit market to US$200m by 2020

No need to shave your head just yet, but poseur gamers might do it anyway

OnePlus 2: The smartie that's trying to outsmart Google's Android

First lookBreathe new Oxygen into ecosystem in a stylish case

Wi-Fi 'reflector' hooks you up at 0.1 per cent of current power budget

NASA boffins get the transceiver out of the smartwatch

Sysadmins: Your great power brings the chance to RUIN security

Risk management chap explains how to stop users dozing when you talk infosec

Intel tests definition of insanity with (leaked) typoslab Skylake CPUs

Ultrabooks, tablets, all-in-one PCs ... these are still selling, right? Right?

Xen reports new guest-host escape, this time through CD-ROMs

Don't stick your head in the sand, patch QEMU

Hole in (Number) Two: MYSTERY golf-course pooper strikes again

Grand Slam! He's dropped a floater with a lot of follow-through

LinkedIn users rebel after personal data siphon crimped

Plan to slow personal data exports for security's sake reversed after member tantrum

Ford's parallel PARCing: Motor giant tries to craft new tech just like Xerox

Thinking outside the (gear) box

Cybercrime forum Darkode returns with security, admins intact

Revived invite-only site has cleared out snitches, will rely on blockchain authentication

Chat about Safe Harbour all you like, the NSA's still the stumbling block

Facebook ruling could yet scupper the whole deal

Biometric behavioural profiling: Fighting that password you simply can't change

A testing time when trying to touch-type

EU data protection tsar spams lawmakers with his unwanted opinions

You didn't ask me but here's what I think anyway, says EDPS

Blighty tablet sales plunge 31 per cent in saturated market

Eurozone buffer helps desktop PCs sales rise 20 per cent, however

Facebook pumps up ENTIRELY SELFLESS, altruistic

Give us your tired, poor, huddled masses and let us SPAM them with ADS

Speed freak: Kingston HyperX Predator 480GB PCIe SSD

ReviewFlash vendor's fastest drive ever

Desperate Microsoft PAYS Win Server 2003 laggards to jump ship

Exclusive2.5 million machines hold Redmond back

'Untraceable' VoIP caller ID-spoofing website accepts Bitcoin

It won't take hard cash

Amazon threatens UK with James Blunt, muscles into music streaming

OK, nobody needs to get hurt, we’ll buy more Kindles

X-IO erects its iglu over the data management market

Services head unit keeps your ISE blocks covered

So what exactly sits behind Google’s Nearline storage service?

CommentTape? Nah. Blu-ray? Maybe. Weird variant? Possibly

Google Californian warehouse workers file to form union

Poor conditions? News to us, says operator Adecco

At last we know for sure. Blighty's 'best mobile network' is ...

We’ll give you a clue. It’s not O2, Vodafone, or Three

Bundestag won't reveal web block list on 'national security' grounds

100,000 sites off limits, but nobody knows which ones

Puppet draws back the curtain on devops magic with funky gfx and UI

See – quite literally – what your boxen are up to

Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo crackup verdict: Pilot error

Feathercock unlock fingered as cause of Mach 1 midair breakup

Windows 10 in head-on crash with Nvidia drivers as world watches launch

Unstoppable auto-updates? More like auto-borkage

All change at NetApp: One veep joins as another goes fishing

A whopping five senior sales peeps leave all at once

Moto fires BROADSIDE into the flagship phone's waterline with X Play and Style

Hands OnYou want actual Android value? Check this out

Are smart safes secure? Not after we've USB'd them, say infosec bods

If you make an armoured box and put electronics on it, what do you expect?

Oh, Obama's responded to the petition to pardon Snowden. What'll it be?

Can he return home without fear of arrest? Can porcine creatures achieve takeoff?

60Tbps internet cable from Asia to America will plug into Telx barn

Must go FASTER, must go FASTER

Just ONE THOUSAND times BETTER than FLASH! Intel, Micron's amazing claim

Bit-addressable, non-volatile, works like RAM, 'coming 2016'

Three-mile-high pyramid found on alien dwarf world, baffles boffins

Pics and videoWeird pimple on Ceres remains unnamed and unexplained

FCC now regulates ISPs – but don't take your complaints to the watchdog just yet

Net neutrality'We know what we're doing'

Slashdot, SourceForge looking for new owners after parent dumps them on the web's doorstep

Maybe a media and software company might like them better

Hacked US Census Bureau staff to take anti-phishing classes

What was that about horses, stable doors and bolts?

Record-breaking $502m in sales, BIG LOSSES – OF COURSE IT'S TWITTER

Who else, who else could turn half a billion dollars into nothing

21st century malware found in Jane Austen's 19th century prose

Oh, Mr Darcy, was genius Pride and Prejudice author also a time traveler, pray tell?

Indian mobe networks don’t want 700MHz – because they're too poor

Still counting the pennies

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