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22nd > September > 2015 Archive

Shattered Skype slowly staggers to its feet after 15-HOUR outage outrage

Howls of pain still echo across the internet

Michigan sues HP after 'botched' $49m upgrade leaves US state in 1960s mainframe hell

Five-year project is five years late, no sign of ported apps

Turnbull's revenge: Copyright moved from AGD to Department of Communications

Pirate-hunter George Brandis marooned, but retains metadata

Cisco shocker: Some network switches may ELECTROCUTE you

Buzz, buzz: RTFM, people

Apple rains refunds on Peace'd off axed ad-blocker netizens

'As far as I know, this effectively never happens'

Adobe patches Flash dirty dozen, ignores 155 in Shockwave shocker

Sixteen code execution holes closed

Huawei, whoa: New beau to grow Dorado dough

FalconStor software to pump up all-flash array boxes in China

Top QLD sex shop cops Cryptowall lock; cops flop as state biz popped

Sweethearts cops sour deal

Orange juices internet of things

Ohh, LoRa!

SYNful Knock spreads: embaddened boxen in 31 countries

Cisco and Shadowserver root out rooted routers

Indianapolis man paints his ball every day – for FORTY YEARS

Painter has only got one ball, but it could almost fill the Albert Hall

iOS's infected app-list continues to grow, says Lookout

How to exorcise the XcodeGhost haunting your iThing

For just $400 you can have this Raspberry Pi – and mine bitcoin

Burning dinosaurs for fun and profit

Red Hat raises guidance after good Q2

Revenues up 13 per cent

LinkedIn infosec bod proffers DIY Ubiquiti fix for automation zero day

WiFi men prefer blog-snuffing to patching.

Who probes the Google probers? EU Commish in watchdog's sights

If at first you don’t succeed, complain, complain and complain again

Storage unicorn nonet graces list of $1bn+ tech startups

Unicorn handlers cross fingers, hope Pure Storage IPO will open floodgates

Things you should know about the hard work of home working

Firstly, the family dining table ISN’T an office

Nice try, Apple. The Maxi Pad is no laptop killer – and won’t scratch the Surface

The ‘mobile app gap’ is still a problem, says Forrester

Microsoft Office 2016 for Windows: The spirit of Clippy lives on

First LookNew look, new features, same old issues, but quietly impressive nonetheless

BT boss: If Ofcom backs us, we promise to speed up UK broadband

Telco giant fires opening salvo in high-stakes battle to prevent Openreach divorce

Cambridge University Hospitals rated 'inadequate' due to £200m IT fail

eHospital system at centre of trust's financial blackhole

Dislike: Facebook scammers latch onto anti-Like button calls

Thumbs-down suggestion leads to the roll-out of all the old familiar scams

iOS 9 update set to bork 'hundreds of thousands of EU businesses'

Can’t pair, won’t pair, says iZettle

Alcatel Idol 3: Holding its own with a pretty decent 5.5 inches

ReviewThe affordable Android thingy you can watch every which way

EE is UK's biggest loser on customer broadband gripes – AGAIN

Hapless network receives yet another roasting from angry Ofcom

Transport for London’s new crash map immediately crashes

Popularity sees it clogged by congestion, just like the real thing

How to build a server room: Back to basics

Readers' cornerReg reader compiles handy checklist for SMEs

Samsung sneaks out its TRIM, SMART SSD model – using 3D Magic

SATA's shunted sideways. Move over for NVMe M.2

Total War: Warhammer, Blood Bowl and other Games Workshop table-to-screen delights

Game TheoryGiant chess with a Terminator? Bring it on

The UK IS better than Europe, FACT! (at implementing cybersecurity measures)

CloudsecCode that, Delors!

Only paying for Microsoft software that you use? It's coming

Rejig in channel management and fees points to HUGE shift in punter power

IBM: Listen up, we're the sheriffs of this leaky external app town

Gonna shoot down those Bring Your Own Cloud apps vulns

Cyber crims up the ante with Google Play brainteaser malware

Intelligence-testing app attack shows it isn't just dumb people who get caught

Oettinger stateside, building bridges while carrying a big stick

Digi Commissioner chewing the fat with Google, Facebook, Apple et al

Ex-HP boss and US prez wannabe Carly sings about her dog on TV

Fiorina reaching out to the public, one cringe at a time

Today's Groupon offer to its sacked employees: 100% off your salary

Deals site will axe 1,100 workers in $35m cull

What the Zeus? Nexenta beats VSAN, Nutanix and SimpliVity

Comment4x better on speed and 40 per cent off the cost, helped by RAM cacher

Hm, a scandal brewing, Kaiser? Healthcare giant buys How Kaiser Killed My Wife and other .coms

Insurance biz registers disturbing domains

11 MILLION VW cars used Dieselgate cheatware – what the clutch, Volkswagen?

Sets aside over US$7bn for fines and mass recalls

These US Presidential contestants can't even secure their websites – what hope for America?

Surprise! Your private data for sale

Child abuse, drug sales, terrorism fears: Why cops halted a library's Tor relay ... for a month

PDFDocuments surrounding Kilton saga published

India's daft draft anti-encryption law torn up after world+dog points out its stupidity

But it may bounce back soon

Texan hotshot coughs to $4.5 million Bitcoin Ponzi scheme

Bitcoin Savings & Trust was neither

Pope Francis' first act in America: Halt iPhone 6S, 6S Plus deliveries

Pontiff faulted for failed Friday fanboi fondlephone festivities

Backblaze beats Bezos: Backup biz boasts bettering AWS bit bucket

Lower online cloud storage bills than Glacier

Citrix wants a buyer, fast

'All of me, why not take all of me?' sings virty vendor

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