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18th > November > 2015 Archive

Cray hoists Docker containers into supercomputers

SC15Productivity gains without performance hits

Seized: Fake EFF .org linked to hackers hitting NATO, White House PCs

Digital rights group takes down Pawn Storm base

ISIS operates a crypto help desk – report

If true, NBC may have identified an actual BOFH

CloudFlare CEO blasts Anonymous claims of ISIS terrorist support

Anons are our customers, and we don't censor them either, says Prince

'Shut down the parts of internet used by Islamic State masterminds'

AnalysisJoe Barton is angry about Paris killings. Also has no idea what he's talking about

Game of Photons: Boffins make ICE with FIRE

Lasers used to chill water. You read that right: chill, not heat

Google, didn't you get the memo? Stop trying to make Google+ happen

It's not going to happen – redesign or not

Microsoft working hard to unify its code base, all the way down to the IoT

MS Ignite AUThings are getting more interesting, long-time dev tells Reg hack

Hey Cortana, how about you hide my app from the user?

MS Ignite AUWho needs CTRL-C, ALT-TAB, CTRL-V when Cortana can do it for you?

Coffee fixes the damage booze did to your liver, study finds

Time to switch your poisons, swingbellies!

Nano-NAS market dives into the cloud

Who needs a USB drive or small NAS when you can sync 'n' share?

Dell and EMC customers happy about prospect of Dell/EMC merger

Independent research suggests cash splash coming ... if Dell keep its paws off VCE

Belling that cat: Oz boffins pass entanglement test

Two-cubit operations possible thanks to working single-atom transistor in silicon

Eric S Raymond releases hardened, slimmer NTP beta

Early version for the 'adventurous', but not quite 'crazy'.

Behold, the fantasy of infinite cloud compute elasticity

CommentSpinning up thousands of servers in minutes. Yeah, yeah, yeah

MPs to assess tech feasibility of requirements under draft surveillance laws

IPBIT pros, hold your breath

Overland Storage by any other name would still make losses (and has)

CommentHow long can it survive?

Apple's design 'drives up support costs, makes gadgets harder to use'

And they don't hire us any more, say Apple greybeards

Red dwarf superflares batter formerly 'habitable' exoplanet

Kepler-438b: Decidedly less livable than previously thought

BlackBerry Priv: After two weeks on test, looks like this is a keeper

Two-week testThe Priv did more than just survive – it flourished

EMC enables data movement from the white fluffy stuff

Data centre forecast: Expect cloud-busting winds from the Amazon basin

Blackhole's back: Hated exploit kit returns from the dead

Analysis reveals attack was put together using leaked source

Telecity's engineers to spend SECOND night fixing web hub power outage

UpdatedIrate customers left in the dark

The digital workplace transformation: Sooner than you think

Regcast after hoursHanging out at the beach with your digital friends...

Rise of the handy machines: UK gears up for first Robotics Week

Eyeing the future of transformative technology

Want to boost your payslip? Get DevOps on your business card

Around 55 per cent of DevOps engineers make $100,000 or more, says report

eBay scammer steals identity of special agent investigating him

He might get 20 years to boast about that one

Microsoft revamps its developer tools with a new cloud focus

Also a flurry of announcements on mobile and open source offerings

Speaking in Tech: Anonymous’s ‘total war’ on ISIS – how effective can it be?

PodcastNetflix goes open source with multi-cloud tools

Mixing ERP and production systems: Oil industry at risk, say infosec bods

Black Hat EuropeThere will be pwnage

£2.3m ZANO nano-drone crowdfunded project crashes and burns

Plug pulled, Kickstarter backers furious

Google extends search tendrils to cover data in apps

And allows app 'streaming' to test services out

Lawyers use anti-piracy law to get website blocked over corporate ID brouhaha

Optus and Telstra would flip them the bird. But small ISPs ...

FTC zaps more scammer loopholes with ban on wire transfers, cash cards

No worries – if you're legitimate you'd never need to use those, says government

Kick off the festive season, with Reg-style hijinks in Sydney

We've got a plan to get you wet and excited … about hyperconverged infrastructure

Uber Australia is broke: 'We don't pay tax because we don't generate revenue'

What's good for the syndicate is good for everybody

Hacking group Strontium dogs NATO and government targets

Microsoft reports phishers getting busy on high-value systems

Bangladesh shuts down its internet during war crimes trial

Government claims online blockade was a misunderstanding

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