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24th > August > 2015 Archive

Telstra News spews banking trojan after malvertising attack

Not Teltra's fault, but not a good look for the Big T either

NBN Co yet to make a single fibre to the node connection but is eyeing off

Trust us, says network-builder, we're ready to ramp up and our 2015 results prove it

Amazon to trash Flash, as browsers walk away

Send not to know for whom the bell tolls, Adobe

Does Linux need a new file system? Ex-Google engineer thinks so

Bcache author says it's nearly ready for prime time

ShoreTel shooting for cloudy consistency with new suite

Sky, schmy: it's all about one GUI everywhere this time

Windows 10 market share growth slows to just ten per cent

There's good news and bad news for Microsoft because Windows 8.1 is slipping fast

NBN cost blows out by at least AU$10bn and FTTN isn't launched yet

Comms Minister Turnbull says it's taken two years to do the sums on true construction costs

Apple recalling iPhone 6 Pluses to correct their iSight

'Small percentage of devices' take fuzzy photos, says Cupertino

High-heeled hacker builds pen-test kit into her skyscraper shoes

MILDLY NSFWSocial engineering with very obvious assets blinds you to techno-toolkit

Yammer security sub-standard says US Veterans' Affairs Dept

Microsoft's Twitter clone spammed staff, gave trolls a home and amplified risk leak

Even 'super hackers' leave entries in logs, so prepare to drown in data

The 1990s called. It wants its breach classification system back

Hacker slaps Dolphin, Mercury browsers, squirts zero day

Not-Chrome -not-Firefox browsers popped with remote code execution.

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua 4G: The Android smartie that can take its drink

ReviewBeerproof flagship lookalike topples Moto G from its perch

Shingled drives get SpectraLogic archive down to 9 cents/GB

Slow and steady rise of disk archiving

Samsung smart fridge leaves Gmail logins open to attack

UpdateFailures in exploit discovery process are cold comfort for IoT fridge owners

Open sourcerer Mirantis taps up Intel for $100m worth of funding

Chipzilla backs OpenStack vendor as part of collaboration lunge

Scality funding approaches escape velocity

Object storage startup readying itself for a prospective IPO in 2017

Shadow minister for Fun calls for Openreach separation

Break it up, unless for some unlikely reason Ofcom says otherwise

Lenovo exec: Yes we can get IBM's server biz out of the crapper

InterviewIt's the three R's: Restructure, restructure, restructure

Samsung emits Galaxy S6 Edge+ 'inboxing' video

Somebody probably called this out-of-the-box thinking

Ten extreme data centres. OK...nine

If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear

Směrť Špionam! BAN Windows 10, it SPIES too much, exclaim Russians

Nyet to Redmondian probe tentacles up our ass

Crossing the Rubrikon: Rubrik sets out its rules of engagement

Back-up software killer sharpens its weapon

That thing we do in the UK? Should be ILLEGAL in the US, moans ex-State monopoly BT

'Two companies have carved up the country'. Two. Shocking

Insiders BAFFLED: HP split-up inexplicably NOT a disaster

Worried channel types mutter over bizarre, unnatural non-cockup

Seventh bigshot flings self out of EMC Federation window

Distinct lack of gruntlement ahead of VMworld as execs fight over parachutes

White Stork mates with ISS, delivers bundles of resupply joy

Japan's space truck arrives at orbiting outpost

Twenty years since Windows 95, and we still love our Start buttons

Back when you could still get results by inserting a floppy

City of Edinburgh Council in £186m outsourcer swap

Consciously uncouples from BT, then hops straight into bed with CGI

Mohawk Valley, NY to become the new Silicon Valley in fab fab deal

Upstate steps up in huge step forward, says Cuomo

Intel Security hires ex-Cisco and Avaya man to run global channels

Channel has spoken: What do we want? Consistency! When do we want it? Now!

More deaths linked to Ashley Madison hack as scammers move in

Avid Life Media offers $500,000 for hackers' heads

EU Commish demands proof of Google's evil from rivals, customers

Chocolate Factory advertisers asked about competition-stifling contracts

Coho Data containering in the dock – now with added Google, Splunk

These are not the hyperconverged infrastructure appliances you're looking for

Big trouble in big China: Crashing economy in Middle Kingdom body slams US tech stocks

Apple CEO fires off memo after $75bn wiped off value

Manhattan-sized iceberg splits from glacier – and spotted FROM SPACE

PicBig enough to bury New York City borough under 300m of ice

Dude, you're getting a few thousand custom Dells!

New server line targets customers with tricky data center needs

Blueprints revealed: Oracle crams Sparc M7 and InfiniBand into cheaper 'Sonoma' chips

Hot Chips 2015Reg gets its hands on Big Red's designs

Researcher says Australian parliaments have failed to protect privacy for 14 years

Sleepwalking into the surveillance state

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