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6th > October > 2015 Archive

Chocolate Factory plops Marshmallow on Android slabs

Don't know what any of that means? You probably have an iPhone

Fast, wireless access to Tor? Just maybe

Watch blocked programs while recharging your phone – is this for real?

If you wanted Windows 10, it looks like you've already installed it

Market share for Redmond's latest hits SEVEN per cent but growth slows markedly

Google bugle sounds patch release for Android Stagefright 2.0

Samsung and LG, but what about HTC?

Australian boffins say Quantum Pentiums are on the horizon

UNSW folk ditch exotic materials, build quantum gate in silicon with conventional lithography

Linux kernel dev who asked Linus Torvalds to stop verbal abuse quits over verbal abuse

Could not work with people who 'spew vile words to maintain radical emotional honesty'

NoSQL pioneer Basho stamps its mark on time stamp data with Riak TS

We can do this better than Cassandra, CEO claims

Cisco reforms its security disclosure process

API to crunch machine-readable data feed coming your way real soon now

GENUINE STARSHIP as used by PRINCESS LEIA sold for just $450k

Sold as seen: Missing one escape pod, 2 droids, some blaster damage

Potent OWA backdoor scores 11,000 corporate creds from single biz

DLL hell means all your Outlook Web Access user creds can be siphoned

GCHQ's SMURF ARMY can hack smartphones, says Snowden. Again.

Uber-leaker tells BBC's Panorama stuff he's told others before

Avast antivirus hole patched after public Project Zero slap

Man-in-the-middle diddle leads to remote execution fiddle

If the Internet of Things scares you now: Cisco's CEO is bent on hooking up robots, everything

New boss talks of factories, pipelines, power sub-stations

Safe Harbour ruled INVALID: Facebook 'n' pals' data slurp at risk

Time to get off the jet ski and get the lawyers on the blower

Google Chromecast 2015: Puck-on-a-string fun ... why not, for £30?

ReviewStreamer, you know you are a streamer

GCHQ's exploding doughnut threatens to ooze into innocent field

Uncontrollable g-men crawl to local council on bended knee

French hacks go after new surveillance law … with the help of the ECHR

Meanwhile, plans are afoot to extend it beyond France

EU flings cash from €80bn pot at Seagate-led HPC storage project

+CommentCommish: Quick, grab some exascale cash

Rights groups: Darn you Facebook with your 'government names'

ZuckerBorg can assimilate us, but not on those terms

'One Windows' crunch time: Microsoft tempts with glittery new devices

If devs convinced by single platform, we're in business

Silicon Valley now 'illegal' in Europe: Why Schrems vs Facebook is such a biggie

AnalysisIt's like Humpty, without the King's horses

Oracle swaps around its licence police bods' top ranks

UKII senior chief with solid compliance past takes reins

THIS is MASSIVE! Less-Masslessness neutrino boffins bag Physics Nobel

'Flavour'-switching particle has mass ... but how much?

Edward Snowden denies making a deal with the Russian secret service

‘I burned my life to the ground to work against surveillance’

Miss Brittany dethroned for posting 'nude' Facebook pics

Brief reign for Eugénie Journée

Phone thieves to face harsher penalties for data theft

Pictures and texts worth more than a mobe

Safe harbour ruling: RELAX, Facebook and Google will be FINE!

Data-heavy, medium firms will be hit hardest

Microsoft's HoloLens: Here by 2016, mere three THOUSAND dollar price

Redmond shows off geek goggs with 3D shoot-em-up

Teenage backup biz Code42 gets cash bonanza

Pockets millions to grow forensics and analytics

Rackspace turns into a fanatical AWS cloud-flinger

Here comes the support, and sales, for Bezos fans

US Cyber Command floats $460m contract to outsource most of itself

WW3 will be fought by mercenariescontractors

Cisco hooks Angler Exploit Kit infrastructure

Shares intelligence widely

White House 'deeply disappointed' by Europe outlawing Silicon Valley

Safe harbor ruling means it's 'open season against American businesses'

Surface Book: Microsoft to turn unsuccessful tab into unsuccessful laptop

Just joshing, Redmond – its first proper tab-top is packed with power and $1500 price tag

Sony prepares to lop off semiconductor biz

Devices division set for overhaul to also include batteries and storage

Worker drones don't need PCs says Microsoft, give 'em phones instead

Trio of new Lumia handsets seek to tempt from iOS, Android

Netflix launch brings Australia's biggest ever download deluge

Bureau of Stats data reveals 230-TERABYTE jump in downloads

AD-NNIHILATION: Apple-approved iOS tool blocks ALL ads in apps, Safari, Apple News

If you don't mind using someone else's VPN

Microsoft updates Band semi-smartwatch for fitness fanatics

Now with added barometer and a better battery

Meego, webOS, Sailfish OS, and now Firefox OS: Ex-Nokia man Jaaksi joins Mozilla

Finn named new boss of 'connected devices'

Vulture-branded LYCRA can be yours, if you're feeling charitable

Back our lads as they tackle a 90km bike ride

Google .supplies .cheap web .properties with 90 top-level .domains to .world via .partners

But it’s still not selling its own

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