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3rd > November > 2015 Archive

WoW! Want to beat Microsoft's Windows security defenses? Poke some 32-bit software

Compatibility tool 'hampers EMET anti-malware protections'

Kevin Spacey becomes pitch-hound for Swiss security bods

Security's a house of cards anyway

Feds spank naughty Hilton, M.C. Dean in Wi-Fi jamming crackdown

Pair must cough up $750,000 in personal hotspots disruption probes

Windows 10 is an antique (and you might be too) says Google man

'Basically XP with a flat design skin' says Android user experience leader

Dev to Mozilla: Please dump ancient Windows install processes

Old habits die hard

And for your third course, a platter of flash cache, object, file copy, and private cloud news

RoundupStorage stuff that missed the cut last week

At Microsoft 'unlimited cloud storage' really means one terabyte

Office 365 OneDrive plans slashed after some folk upload 76TB apiece

Food, water, batteries, medical supplies, ammo … and Windows 7 PCs

Microsoft names the day when OEMs must stop selling Windows 7 PCs

Web server secured? Good, now let's talk about e-mail

It's not just Hillary whose server's a spillory

Google roasts critical twin Android bugs in new Marshmallow OS

Privilege escalation and remote code execution feature in fourth droid patch run.

Activision to buy Candy Crush developer King

US$5.9bn to meld mobile fruity Facebook fun into the World of Warcraft

Exploit devs allegedly bag $1m for 'secret' iOS 9.1 untethered jailbreak

Zero-day buyer: 'We might tell Apple something'

Hi, um, hello, US tech giants. Mind, um, mind adding backdoors to that crypto? – UK govt

AnalysisCall Me Dave wants to know what's in your calls

VMware in kinda-super-secret Chinese joint venture

Virtzilla makes a cloud and HPC play in the Middle Kingdom

KeePass looter: Password plunderer rinses pwned sysadmins

'When you're owned, you're boned'

Ice 'lightning' may have helped life survive Snowball Earth

Extensive wet sub-glacial habitats a refuge

Quick as a flash: NVMe will have you in tiers

Sysadmin BlogOur man Trevor gives his first impressions

Halo 5: Overhyped, but still way above your average shooter

Game TheoryCaught between a Locke and Master Chief

Moshe's monster seven-nines disk box blooms

Infinidat and Huawei might be up to something

UK SMEs with weak security risk procurement exclusion – survey

Suppliers who get hacked will get sacked. Fact

Here's how TalkTalk ducked and dived over THAT gigantic hack

TimelineSpin still strong, two weeks on

Gridstore going gangbusters

Hyper-V-focused, hyper-converged appliance start-up hitting the spot

Google gets all lawyered up for ‘ambiguous’ EU anti-trust case

Ad flinger sends 130-page legal response to probe, says report

Apple’s TV platform just became a little more secure (well, the apps at least)

By 2020, 36 per cent of all TVs will be smart – research

Cash injection fuels SABRE spaceplane engine

BAE Systems hops aboard, UK stumps up £60m. Now get this thing flying

Microsoft Windows 7 Pro: Halloween Horror for PC makers next year

And Windows 10 will be injected into your box by Redmond's mad doctors

Devops platform Cloud Foundry floats on Microsoft's Azure

Open source goodness trickles over the Redmond set

Insight's UK chief puts on lifejacket and leaps overboard

Emma de Sousa to step down after 12 years

Akamai buys out Scottish web security firm Bloxx

Unspecified cash deal to embiggen cloud security

What the bleedin' Dell is this? IT giant mulls unit selloffs – report

AppAssure becomes RapidRecovery becomes RapidDeparture...?

Chef kicks off London conference with buyout and product releases

Hoovers up nine month old German upstart

Opera Jon's sparkling Vivaldi proves the browser isn't dead

What Mr (von) T did next: A better way of viewing funny cat pictures

Spanish town trumpets 'Clitoris Festival' thanks to Google snafu

Typical local delicacy a lip-smacking prospect

IBM bets on cloud broker with Gravitant buyout

Hybrid IT gamble will be rolled into Global Services

Password reset invoked after forum software site defaced

Hacker claims to have 480,000 records

Genome researchers hit back at infosec bods' 'network vuln' claims

UpdatedHackers could identify what diseases you have – but need your spit first

Volkswagen: 800,000 of our cars may have cheated in CO2 tests

After the NO bombshells, here comes a carbon dioxide scandal

PC sales will rise again, predicts Intel, but tablets are toast

ICGSChipzilla promises 3D cameras and new chips will drive growth

Is the world ready for a bare-metal OS/2 rebirth?

IBM and Arca Noae to free 1990s operating system from its virtualized cage

Guess who: Storage chip maker [blank] can't wait for all-storage-chip data centers

+CommentIt's Intel, we're talking about Intel

End in sight for wireless power standards war as field shrinks to two

ICGSAirfuel Alliance tries to chip away at Wireless Power Consortium

Victoria's racing minister flogs metadata access horse

Requests access to data trove for Racing Integrity Commissioner

Microsoft's OneDrive price hike has wrecked its cloud strategy

CommentUsers unhappy with chopped-down cloud storage

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