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23rd > October > 2015 Archive

Sales down, profit up, 1,000 bods chopped: Your one-minute guide to Planet Microsoft

How the Windows 10 biz performed in the past quarter

Jeff Bezos' AWS cash machine finally catches up with Amazon's US, Canada e-shop

A 90-second guide to Amazon's latest financial quarter

Want to slash your phone bill? Go to jail. Go directly to jail

Your lock-in problems are nothing compared to prisoners gouged for phone calls

DDN spills beans on high-speed HPC hookup

Intel InfiniBand follow-on pops up in product for first time

Joomla patches critical core shop-pwning flaw

No coupon? Just make yourself ADMIN.

BYOD battery bloodbath? Facebook 'fesses up to crook code

This is why the mobile device management market is so very hot right now

Hackers pop grease monkeys' laptops to disable Audi airbags

Just when VW thought it was back under control, a nasty 0-day pulls up

To charge or not to charge? Tintri's asking for new SaaS analytics

One thing's for sure: more scale for VMs is on the way

IBM's SoftLayer cloud beats AWS, Azure ... at spreading spam

Mal-mail mavens say Big Blue's got some security scraps to fight in near future

Our storage reporter has breaking news about Data Fabrics. Chris?

Thanks team, there's a lot going on here with FlashRay and semi-detached objects

Intel Security sunsets SaaS email security products

The artist formerly known as McAfee wants you in a new and more modern cloud

Youths represent UK at first European Cyber Security Challenge

Young hackers taking on continentals in inaugural whitehat tourney

Crash this beauty? James Bond's concept DB10 Aston debuts in Spectre

Bond on FilmYes, you can look. No, you can't buy

Steve Jobs, The (real) Movie

¡Bong!The original disruptor in the act of imagining his legacy

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

Caption CompetitionYoga woman exercised readers' minds

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey hands out shares to remaining staffers

Now can you be more like Facebook?

Bacon as deadly as cigarettes and asbestos

Processed meat to join carcinogenic black list, shock report claims

9 cuffed over £60 million banking scam targeting UK businesses

Spoofed CLIs lead to rapidly shrinking balances

Chaos at TalkTalk: Data was 'secure', not all encrypted, we took site down, were DDoSed

Well which is it?

HMRC signs up Bain for £10.7bn Aspire migration

Other suppliers have dodged a bullet there, says analyst

Northamber: Windows 10 killed our sales momentum

Plus: Chairman Philips moves to non-exec role amid search for new overlord

Cobweb 'fesses up to failure to renew SSL certificate

It was a 'technical' issue

TalkTalk shares drop 10.7% despite research that breaches don't cause drops

Harvard brains claim investors don't care about big hacks

Fully working U-Boat Enigma machine sells for $365,000

Four-rotor encryption rarity goes under the hammer

Networking ace reveals: Intel planned NVMe for XPoint

CommentChipzilla’s long game starting to pay off

Fujitsu channel boss Simon Worsfold steps down

No reasons given for departure

TalkTalk CEO admits security fail, says hacker emailed ransom demand

‘We’ve invested significantly in security’. Was it enough?

Apollo 15 commander's watch clocks up $1.6m at auction

Hefty price tag for Dave Scott’s lunar timepiece

Tardy TalkTalk advertised for a new infosec officer 1 week ago

Some might say this is a terrible coincidence...

Ubuntu 15.10: Wily Werewolf – not too hairy, not too scary

ReviewEnjoy quiet while it lasts, penguins, Mir, Unity 8 on way

Patch Cisco ASA ASAP: DNS, DHCPv6, UDP packets will crash them

Network appliance gets fixes for security holes

Someone's lost the plod: Use crappy HTTP for shopping, banking, say Brit cops

Boys and girls in blue turn red in Twitter hijack shame

Snowden, Schrems, safe harbor ... it's time to rethink privacy policies, says FTC commish

Said while poking Europe in the ribs about honesty

American robocallers to be shamed in public lists

FCC vows to reveal latest names and numbers each week

New Horizons: Pluto? Been there, done that – now for something 6.4 billion km away

Kuiper Belt explorer will have next rendezvous in 2019

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