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10th > September > 2015 Archive

As US$12bn is wiped off Apple's value in one day, iOS 9, OS X 10.11 and Watch OS 2 dates set

Maybe that enormo-slab stylus wasn't such a hot idea?

Feeling ripped off by your ISP? It's getting cheaper to pipe your packets globally

Unless you live in Australia

Batteries on wheels are about to reshape our cities and lives

Cars as we know them shaped our cities in bad ways that IT will untangle

NASA reveals secret 1970s SPACE PANTS

The decade that taste forgot emerges from the space agency's design archives

Watchdogs roughed up for picking Morocco (of all places) for next privacy 'World Cup'

Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, they walked into mine

Monsters defeated in quest to free .onion from clutches of DNS-snooping demons

Nice friendly IETF monsters, natch

Former Ashley Madison CTO 'threatens security blogger with libel action'

Lawyer for Raja Bhatia seeks to prove the power of the Streisand Effect, it seems

Cisco applies plaster to email, Web security appliances

Patch where you can, restrict where you can't

The remote control from HELL: Driverless cars slam on brakes for LASER POINTER

$60 kit creates phantom carmageddon

Yahoo! won't! fix! emoticon! exploit! in! death! row! Messenger!

UpdatedMitre, Purple Palace; Where is the dumb-user line? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Cuffed Texan woman holsters loaded gun IN VAGINA

Hidden .22 was fully loaded and had one in the chamber. Much like the suspect

Redmond yells 'CUT' on Hacking Team horror movie exploit

Media Player attack closed off

Handing over emails in an Irish server to the FBI will spark a global free-for-all, warns Microsoft

China will be next, howls Redmond lawyer in court

The internet's Middle East problem: Who is going to do something about Whois?

Oh no, not this again

North Korea exploits 0-day in Seoul's favourite word processor

'Macktruck' attack network sends in the 'Hangman'

Stuck in Amazon's web tentacles yet? You will be soon

CommentMarket dominance means AWS is hard to avoid, and even harder to quit

Financial Conduct Authority wastes £3.2m on unnecessary Oracle licences

Ha – Financial MISconduct Authority, more like ... amirite?

'Major' outage at Plusnet borks Brits' browsing, irate folk finger DNS

Apparent snafu leaves people unable to watch cat videos at 5am. The horror!

Sign of the telly times: HDR shines, UHD Blu-ray slides at IFA

Breaking FadGerman tech show low on product launches but big on bitching and banter

Panzura plants file system atop VMware's vCloud Air

Turning it into a ‘globally distributed file system’ apparently

Sorry Samsung, Philips, LG, Technicolor: EU upholds €1.4bn cartel fine

Toshiba, Panasonic get TV and computer screen fines reduced

Chef to take DevOps 'mainstream' with $40m funding round

HP Ventures climbs on board

ALIENS on CERES? Nope – it's just dwarf's tucked away MOIST BITS

Mysterious bright spots were probably ice after all

Amazon cloud consultant DualSpark slurped up by Datapipe

Briefly indie startup's ability to cook with Chef put it on the menu

CPS drops News of the World email trojan 'hacking' charges

Not our fault, say Met Police, absolutely not

As McAfee runs for US President – we ask a crucial question: Will Reg readers back him?

PollDon't wait for 2016 – vote now!

HP brands Surface distie deal a 'storm in a glass of water'

So what if we compete with own products and channel sellers

Infrastructure Readiness? It's time to get realistic

Temperature CheckHow future proof are your IT systems?

Atlantis: The DSSD, data centre disk killer rising from the deep

InterviewIf the company's cost claims are true, other suppliers are in for a tough time

HP overtakes Cisco in cloud infrastructure revenues

Duo soak up quarter of the market

Dixons Carphone breakdances on graves of fallen rivals

Sales up double digits in Blighty – but chief warns of bumps ahead

Promise of ‘higher profits’ sees US targeted by Android PIN-locking ransomware

You get infected, it’s a factory reset, sorry

Seagate layoffs : 1,000 heads to be laid under the axe

Spinning off excess bods to lower costs

Apple's big secret: It's an insurance firm (now with added finance)

AnalysisNo use whining about the Cupertino Tax – rivals need to up their game

Record-breaking cosmonaut comes back down to Earth

Gennady Padalka spent 879 days in space living on the ISS lab

Storage's boss blogger could be on the way back

StoragebodIt seemeth that the beak that biteth could returneth

Salesforce's developer push on receiving end of big cloud reboot

App Cloud rolls

US braces for WW3 with Cyber Command 'Vision' of integrated cyberops

No mention of Skynet or WOPR as yet

Bucks bringer-inner Box beats street, brings home bacon, makes loss

No more low-hanging fruit, but the company’s still harvesting new biz

AT&T fingers BT's brass neck, wishes it could throttle it

Giant monopoly moans giant monopoly has no right to moan about giant monopoly

Apple downgrades iPhone 6S with wimpy 1715mAh battery

'Most' 'advanced' iPhone 'ever' … when it has power, at least

3D printer blueprints for TSA luggage-unlocking master keys leak online

That padlock on your bag? Easy to open by anyone now

If at first you don't succeed, you're probably Google: Android Pay arrives

Like Wallet and Apple Pay but with less hype

Are you in the 1%? The 1% of sysadmins who need specialized flash?

OpinionSometimes ordinary hardware won't cut it – and array makers are relying on that

Excellus healthcare hack puts 10m Americans at risk of identity theft

Miscreants infiltrated network in 2013 ... discovered last month

Ich nicht bin Charlie: Facebook must crack down on racists, says Germany's Merkel

Chancellor not impressed with social network's response

Super Cali grabs its big stick, beats Uber 'cos it's odious

Mislabeling your employees was something quite atrocious

Don't want to upgrade to Windows 10? You'll download it WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT

Microsoft now pushing upgrade files via Windows Update

That's a Tor order: Library gets cop visit for running exit relay in US

Feds not happy with potentially criminal traffic running through public-funded network

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