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14th > September > 2015 Archive

USA, China find common cyber-enemy within

Careful diplomatic language suggests hackers work in China, not for China

NSW to give more IT money to Department of Education

Bureaucrats can burn $46 million in new TAFE IT, if they can sell off campuses

Boffins tell sleep-talking Android apps to SHUT UP

Purdue wakelock bug-fix updated

Look! Up in the sky! It's letters on a plane read with a 250MP camera

Canon's experimental snapper shoots 19,580 x 12,600, makes text readable at 18km range

DARPA adds 'sense of touch' to robot hand

Neural interface close to the Holy Grail of prosthetics

Voda's snooping fail: Conroy, Morrow cross swords in Canberra

Media union calls on Privacy Commish to investigate

Yokogawa patches widespread SCADA vulnerability

Networking process crashed by crafted packets

World finally ready for USB-bootable OS/2

Dutch heirs to IBM's Windows alternative fire up hardware time Warp

Viper sinks fangs into unwary Indian farmer's todger

The eye-watering personal peril which comes of careless outdoor urination

Storage device reported stolen from insurer RSA's data centre

Names, addresses, bank account and sort code details waltzed out the door

Disney's light-bulb moment: build TCP into LEDs for IoT comms

It's going to be the year of Linux in the light socket

Logicalis snaps up ex-NCR bloke Gale to run UK ops

First job: Hire yourself a gaggle of veeps

Curiosity Rover's OS has backdoor bug

Fixes on the way for Wind River's VxWorks, which also runs lots of stuff on Earth

Infosec bunfight breaks out over 'unproven' PayPal authent bug

You say potato and I say I can't see any potato, let's call the whole thing off

Reviewed: Shadowrun: Hong Kong, Until Dawn, Hearthstone expansion and more

Game TheoryNew games for all sorts

Redstor liked software developer Attix5 so much...

It's bought the company

Euro Commission wants to pick your brains on telcos and net access

Vast public consultations launched to guide new laws, so look forward to those

Danish telcos hang up on merger plans after EU pressure

Three-O2 merger still in balance as EU stance seen as harbinger of things to come

Arizona lads recover epic stratovid – two years after launch

AT&T worker stumbles upon balloon payload lost in space the desert

Krafcik takes wheel at Google driverless car project, so to speak

Soulless robo cabs to take lead from ex Hyundai chieftain

Like paying huge amounts for Salesforce? Don't read this

Endless possibilities – and endless traps

Ashley Madison lawsuit drops GoDaddy and Amazon as defendants

Plus: Injunction aims to nix websites hosting hacked data ahead of court case

Confession: I was a teenage computer virus writer

Special featureDid your PC crash a lot in the 90s? Yes, sorry about that

DSSD hires ex-Violin player as hardware engineering veep

Joins orchestra of flash rack musicians

What should we do with this chunk of dead air? Ofcom wants to know

Ideas: Connecting your cows, crops and cars

TELLY INNN SPAAACE: Nothing to watch on your 4K TV? NASA to the RESCUE

How can we get on the telly more? Have a TV channel

Is Toshiba mulling asset sales? HDD, TV businesses in the frame

CommentSeagate boss, analyst question the strength of Tosh's disk drive

Nintendo plugs new prez into games console giant

Tatsumi Kimishima handed controller following death of Satoru Iwata

Swooning MEPs go all Directioner over Edward Snowden

The People's Whistleblower up for Euro Parl's human rights prize, again

Should take down mean stay down? EU’s Big Internet quiz leaks

Perhaps the law that created this whack-a-mole shouldn't be a business model

Attempted bank robber demands cash transfer ... to his own account

Fundamentally flawed plan lands aspirant golf coach master crim in jail

ODMs getting fatter in Brit server space as big boys fight over scraps

Hosters, telcos and service providers shower whiteboxen bods with whole lotta lucre

Here they come: Salesforce unleashes Wave analytics tools

New apps on their way in realtime with an ERP twist

Flash sale pioneer Xiaomi opens old-school, bricks-and-mortar shop

Beijing location makes buying in pyjamas a bit embarrassing

IBM grabs Harriet Green to run IoT and education divisions

Former Thomas Cook CEO comes in to land safely at troubled Big Blue

PSST! You wanna iPhone 6S Plus? YOINK! You can't have one - Apple

Cupertino phondleslablet already said to be facing delays

Did GCHQ illegally spy on you? Now you can find out – from this page

Privacy International launches latest online campaign

SEC takes $30m pound of flesh in newswire-hacking scandal

Biz will forfeit its ill-gotten gains from stolen press releases

Win a free new car – just show Intel how you'd hack your existing one

Chipzilla invites security bods onto its car safety board

DMCA takedown bots must respect 'fair use' of copyright – US appeals court

Beaks' decision won't change anything, though

KREMLIN: Google is ABUSING ITSELF, misusing its mighty market position

Muscovite monopolo-cops get ready to move against Chocolate Factory

Bubble? LMAO - YOLO! Wall St gets new instant messaging service

Symphony to take on ubiquitous Bloomberg terminals, but concerns remain

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