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11th > September > 2015 Archive

Apple drinks Putin’s Kool-Vodka, shoves Russians' iCloud data into Russia – report

Cupertino caves to the motherland, it's claimed

Let's NUKE MARS to make it more like home says Elon Musk

Red planet to become glowing red planet under speedy terraforming plan

Microsoft names September 22nd as the date for Office party

Prepare to ride the upgrade treadmill as security updates won't be supported for long

Anti-peeping-tom drone law nixed in California

Super Cali's Governor Brown something, something ... ah screw it

vSphere Update 1 dribbles out in multiple downloads

VMware also throws updates and cloudy partners and users of penguin-powered guests

Citrix reveals 'USB redirection to cloud' plans to vaporise desktop peripherals

Local peripherals driving hosted apps and desktops, for artists and security purposes

GCHQ wants to set your passwords. In a good way

Enough already with the strength meters and frequent changes says security agency

Half the Fanbois in your office are unpatched ATTACK VECTORS

iOS 9 imminent, but they'd rather run 8.3

Why did the chicken and CHiPs cross the road? FOWL-UP foiled in Oakland

Pickup cockup cock box bugout takeout by California's finest

MYSTERIES of remote ICE WORLD PLUTO: New pics BAMBOOZLE boffins

NASA releases complicated batch of New Horizons snaps

Vendors look to flash as big ticket storage slumps in EMEA

Sea of woes laps at market

Galileo, Galileo, Galileo good to go!

Two new Euro-satnav birds go aloft without incident

Cracktivists pop 11 MEELLION Ashley Madison passwords

MD5 links in bcrypt chain mean Cheater Castle's crypto is not what it's cracked up to be

Symantec/GeoTrust revokes some SSL certificates for .pw TLD

‘Spammy’ locale gets its wings clipped

Plods waste millions keeping their arses covered and ears open

City of London splashed £4.40 per belt, Derbyshire £1.25

Hats off to Nintendo’s platform supremo Super Mario Bros at 30

Antique Code ShowMushroom munching pipe bender gets old

HP signs ex-Microsoft IE crew for global migration fun and games

Browsium fronts Win 10 and IE11 campaign

'Walter Mitty' IT manager admits to buying gun on dark web

Cops chalk one up to undercover sting operation

WIN a 6TB Western Digital Black hard drive with El Reg

More ways to win with witty ... er, witticisms

Modernise and prosper: It's time to imbibe server orchestration

Live long by transporting what you know to a virtual environment

WinPhone community descends into CANNIBALISM and WOE

AnalysisFanbois turn on fanbois, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria

It's 2015 and miscreants are still trying to dupe you with fake BSoDs

Blue Screen of Death? Darling, that's so mid-2000s

PM hints at legislation stick to force blue-light services to share IT

'If you can't share nicely, then we're going to take your toys away'

Intel's 6th gen processors rock – but won't revive PC markets

AnalysisLack of innovation and weak Windows 10 apps will hold back upgrades

'China and America can be best friends' says diplomat keen to CYBER

State Councillor Yang Jiechi puts on his robe and wizard hat for magical security collabo

Reddit's ousted Ellen Pao abandons Silicon Valley sexism sueball

Woman in technically-not-able-to-afford-to-continue-suit stands by KPCB sexism claims

Iranian hackers ease off on US after friendly nuke chats, says NSA

Spook chief reckons there was 'significant activity' prior to deal

Security bods jab pins at encrypted database system balloons

Row over lab work versus real-world installations

Hollywood takes a beating in Oscar cybersquatting battle

Academy Awards loses five year lawsuit against GoDaddy in dramatic fashion

Japan 'charges MtGox baron Mark Karpeles with BTC embezzlement'

Bitcoin exchange boss will face criminal court in adopted home country, say reports

Who the hell is still using Lyft? And why put up with junk texts 'n' calls, huffs FCC

Pink-mustaches left red-faced after commish takes action

Marvell superheroes and the Fantastic Four (hundred million dollar loss and internal probe)

Chipmaker delays results report pending financial investigation

'Hey Siri, it's Obama, what should we do about Iran?'

VidApple assistant butts in on White House press conference

Plan to shift internet's control panel away from US government gets tentative thumbs-up

IANA contract proposal looks good, except for the fundamental flaws

Donald Trump? No, it's BRAD SMITH for president (of Microsoft)

Redmond's top lawyer gets expanded role

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