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9th > September > 2015 Archive

ICANN has $60m burning a hole in its pocket – and it needs your help blowing it all

Brewster's Millions meets the world of internet plumbing

Google drops app prices to 15 cents for Indian users

Pitching the Play store to the next billion

Yahoo's! tax-free! Alibaba! switcheroo! gets! a! rough! ride! from! US! taxmen!

Not going to make this easy

TorrentLocker scum have better email lists than legit devs, telcos

Scammers hate email bounce-backs too

Microsoft in SaaS-y cloud data security slurp

Cloud DLP and audit concern Adallom lets Redmond hug it into new phase of existence

US cop goes war-driving to find stolen gear by MAC address

CorrectionWhat could possibly go wrong? For starters, iOS randomises iThings' MACs

Google wants to take a bite out of your apples (NOT your gadgets)

Fresh food deliveries: like Webvan, only with funds

Hacker mag 2600 laughs off Getty Images inkspots copyright claim

Those are OUR random blotches of ink, says photo library

Cell-network content crunch needs new cache designs, say boffins

Sysadmins, get ready to manage servers on ANTENNA POLES

Heigh ho, oh no! Politically correct panto dumps Snow White’s dwarfs

Big time actor Warwick Davis gives explanation short shrift

I want my EPG, say Windows Media Center users left in dire straits

Windows-tellybox users complain about mistakes in Redmond's new data feeds

Google lets CAPTCHA-busters back into Play digital bazaar

Premium SMS abuse gate thwarted.

Netflix to complete global rollout, add 120+ countries by end of 2016

Singapore, South Korea, Hong Kong And Taiwan first off the rank

Ubuntu Wily gaggle builds 15.10 beta beachhead

Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Ubuntu GNOME, Ubuntu MATE and Lubuntu: No Dibble or Grub

Roll up, roll up: Microsoft, those Irish emails and angry Feds

Court to hear arguments in cross-Atlantic data protection bunfight

Well, what d'you know: Raising e-book prices doesn't raise sales

Worstall on WednesdayPerhaps there is life in that dog of a neoclassical price system

BORN to HURL: Man's shoulders are head and shoulders above apes, gorillas, chimps etc

If you have any poo, fling it now

Outsourcing to 'play a part' in reducing £1bn police IT bill

Police ICT company chief admits 'big elephant' gobble won't be done in one

HERE COMES APPLE with some new sh*t or something

LiveBlurtPlease Jesus don't make me do this finally unveils new parly spook-watching panel

Dominic Grieve and Sir Alan Duncan get the nod as packed terror agenda looms

Tech, telcos, and digital crusties gang up against the EU's Digital Single Market

Erm, maybe Europe has bigger problems right now?

HP and Dell flogging Surface Pro direct? No issues THERE. NONE AT ALL

OEMs issue vote of no confidence in their own stuff

Manchester fuzz 'truly sorry' for 'accidentally' hacking phone of whistleblower cop's girlf

Yes, he's a policeman and he blew a whistle, we know

Hi. Ofcom? My mobe's call quality is crap – but you said it was fine

Regulator set to rate handsets on ability not to make you sound like Wee Jimmie Krankie

'A word processor so simple my PA could use it': Joyce turns 30

ArchaeologicHow Alan Sugar's PCW8256 got tech into the hands of the masses

State cyberspies wriggle into satellites for super-duper sneaky ops

Hackers hide exfiltrated material in legit data streams of innocent users

End mass snooping and protect whistleblowers, MEPs yell at EU

Lest we pass another legally unenforceable resolution

Jolla chief quits: Fawning Putin lickspittles to take over?

Russia noses through Nokia's bulging rubbish bin for tech independence

Cash-bleeding Monitise waves goodbye to chief exec

Head honcho leaves for 'personal reasons' as biz trebles losses to £223m

Hadoop spinner Cloudera lights Spark on MapReduce retirement

Big Data pioneer succumbs to mounting pressure from the crowd

Third time lucky? Plucky upstart Infinidat plonks down monolithic array

AnalysisHonking great flash cache speeds all-media-seeing controller engines

Speaking in Tech: Learn baby, learn, it's a Cisco inferno

PodcastThere's now a container drinking game, though, so try to concentrate

EU-US data sharing deal for cops edges closer as usual suspects moan

Euro Commission says the text is set in stone and WILL take effect... in due course

When the IT department is 'just another supplier'

The shift from centralised IT to core business systems team

Squeaky bum time for server makers: Dollar dashes buyers' budgets

Can't justify price hikes with better functionality? Oh dear

Witness Apple's iPhone-iPad extravapalooza here in our no-hate zone

CommentaryiPad Pro, new Apple TV, iPhone 6S launched – more inside

Caringo has a Swarm of FileFlies to carry off old files

'No API's, no manual intervention, just a few simple steps and BAM!'

Zimperium unleashes Android Stagefright exploit code on world

BOO! Now giddyup and get testing

Civica splashes the cash on 'good fit' Web Technologies

Hopes move will boost its central gov biz

iPhone 6 gives bloke 'painful, lumpy' skin condition in trouser storage

Rashly clings onto Jesus Mobe, despite risk to itchy leg

Apple's iPad Pro: We're making a Surface Pro WITH A STYLUS over Steve Jobs' DEAD BODY

Pics12.9-inch slab has Microsoft-style keyboard – and pen

No, Siri – I said PAWN stars! New Apple TV gets voice, touch control

PicsNew hardware and remote available from October

Struggling AMD re-orgs graphics groups as Radeon Technologies

Ex-ATI man Raja Koduri tapped to lead unified visual computing team

You're FIRE-D: Amazon quietly extinguishes its failed smartphone

That is, the Fire Phone is sold out – but it won't be coming back, either

Apple iPhone 6S: Same phone, another day, but TOTALLY DIFFERENT

PicsForce your fingers deeper into your friends with new pressure sensors

China eyes the dark, sorry, far side of the Moon

Probe to touch down by 2020, space boffin claims

Australia builds facial recognition as a service for plod, spookhaüses

Come to pat Koalas, end up on mugshot cross-matching database with five eyes links

Node.js says all is forgiven, welcomes io.js fork back into the fold

Version 4.0.0 reunites code bases, adds features

Beardy Branson says own OneWeb sats can replace Australia's birds

Sir Richard lights rocket, fires common sense into the Sun

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