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7th > August > 2015 Archive

Informatica goes private – with Microsoft and Salesforce each taking a share

$5.3bn deal sees data firm leaving Nasdaq

Imperva demos cloudy man-in-the-middle attack

Put down the club, you don't need to get a password

Happy birthday! Rosetta starts second year around comet

Perihelion approaches on rendezvous anniversary

Net config too SLOW for clouds, says Fujitsu

How to make virty networks keep pace with containers

Investors cheer as SGI loses LESS than expected

We've lost a lot of what it takes to get along

Slippery Windows Updates' SOAP bubbles up SYSTEM priveleges

Blackhat 2015:Vexed hackers find win in PsExec, man-in-the-middle

Crackpot hackpots pop top of GasPots

Blackhat 2015:Destruction for destruction's sake.

Moronic Time cover sets back virtual reality another 12 months

PicsNo one's taking Oculus seriously for a while

Hack like HammerToss: Students spin social media into data siphons

Ruskie hack team might have cash, but you just need GITHUB

Big, ugly, heavy laptops are surprise PC sales sweet spot

Mac Pro users are fleeing Cupertino for mobile workstations, says IDC

Redmond boost bug bounty payouts again

Build a better mousetrap … you know the rest

X-wings, pirates and a generic Lara: Gamescom 2015

Game TheoryFun-packed thrills for couch potatoes ... or something like that

Acer: We ARE profitable – oh yes, we made £40k big ones in Q2

Windows 10 launch, currency crisis blamed for minimal black ink requirements

Nutanix digs itself into a hole ... and refuses to drop the shovel

CommentHard for everyone in this (no) testing time

Want to download free AV software? Don't have a Muslim name

ExclusiveReg reader struggles to gain Sophos protection thanks to export laws

Stuffing the wafers: SanDisk presses on with 48-layer 3D NAND chip

Playing catch-up with Samsung

EFF's Privacy Badger will block snooping ads and invisible trackers

Google-backed privacy org promises browser add-on will nix naughty snoopers

Windows 10 is FORCING ITSELF onto domain happy Windows 7 PCs

Feel the download, just don't mind the bandwidth

Power Bar: EE was warned of safety risk BEFORE user was burned in explosion

ExclusiveThe Ford Pinto of phone charger bricks

IBM splashes a BEEELLLLION dollars on med pics biz

Big Blue buys more to feed its IBM Watson health monster

Bitcoin can't be owned, says Japanese court, as Karpeles sweats in cell

Losses from Mt Gox incident can't be claimed back, Tokyo beak tells miffed plaintiff

Hasta la Victoria Siempre, GDS! This is not the end, no way

¡Bong!Bracken falls, but the fight for Agile Digital Transformation must go on

Update Firefox NOW to foil FILE-STEALING vulnerability exploit, warns Mozilla

Ursi contra vulpes

HP snuggles up to OpenStack in cloud embrace

HP's Helion needs to drive the code it creates

BOFH: Knitting bobble hats on the steps of the guillotine

Episode 10While the Boss happily skips up the steps and puts his neck on the block

Sane people, I BEG you: Stop the software defined moronocalypse

Sysadmin blogDon't drink and derive, kids

Is Microsoft veteran Edward Hyde heading off to Commvault?

Cloud solutions bigwig seeking UK pastures new, say sources

Teradata blots copy book with first loss in years

Goodwill impairment clobbers profits as customers delay purchases

Tobacco field bacteria offers hope for buzz-kill smoking therapy

Subterranean 'baccy microbe guzzles down nicotine 'like Pac-Man'

Boffins have made optical transistors that can reach 4 TERAHERTZ

Practical application could take years to reach, though

Keep up, boyos! 20k Win XP PCs still in use by NHS in Wales

Unrhyw beth ond ffenestri 8

Oracle brews perpetual, all-you-can-eat database licence

ExclusiveJust promise to use our products. Come on, please

Smaller EMC VNXe unit revealed, then hidden again

Storage blog says now you see it, now you don't

It's happened, folks: An actual exhibition about cats and the internet

And it opens today in New York

Apple, Google should give FBI every last drop of user information, says ex-HP CEO and wannabe US prez Carly Fiorina

Come back, Trump, all is forgiven

Email addresses in DNS records? We'll make a hash of it, says IETF

DANE cooks in one-way encryption of contact details

Boffinry breakthrough: Bullied bumble bot bolts brutal brat beatdowns

VidMerciful engineers teach robots to escape beatings from tyrannical tykes

Death to DRM, we'll kill it in a decade, chants EFF

DEF CON 23Anti-piracy mechanisms block reverse-engineering and security studies

Oracle waves fist, claims even new Android devices infringe its Java copyrights

New court filing says they ALL must go – yes, even the tellies

Another death in Apple's 'Mordor' – its Foxconn Chinese assembly plant

iPhone line worker, 28, throws himself from building

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