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26th > November > 2015 Archive

Lazy IoT, router makers reuse skeleton keys over and over in thousands of devices – new study

SSH logins, server-side HTTPS certs baked in firmware

Indian scientists teach computers to see by watching Cricket

Mashing up Indian Premier League and CricInfo offers new machine learning approach

Green rectangles are the new rounded rectangles

LogowatchHewlett Packard Enterprise's green box unleashes green monster at Korean portal with similar logo

Lenovo slings privilege patches at in-built tools

Temp account means God mode for regular users.

Mozilla annual report shows risky Google dependency now risky Yahoo! dependency

Revenue up 4.9 per cent, but browser market share shrinking

Capita increases share of public sector revenue to measly £1.8bn

Top 20 IT suppliers made £10.7bn from gov last year as 'relationship improves'

Researcher reveals Chinese e-crime shopping list

Crazy low prices for app 'purchases', or perhaps you'd like a poison PoS unit?

Samsung Gear VR is good. So good 2016 could be year virtual reality finally makes it

But can anyone make VR content? Ask whoever runs your local film school ...

128GB DDR4 DIMMs have landed so double your RAM cram plan

Samsung's monster memory is here and 96-DIMM-slot servers can now pack … WOAH!

Nuisance call blocking firms fined £170,000 ... for making nuisance calls

Trebles all round!

Sneaky Microsoft renamed its data slurper before sticking it back in Windows 10

How many coincidences does it take to be Scroogled?

Brits learning from the Continent? Authority, digi gov wheezes and the Autumn Statement

AnalysisScrap the dead trees and get it all on email

HPE to open private London drinking club

IT party central at City premises?

What the world needs now is Pi, sweet $5 Raspberry Pi Zero

Ickle Welsh 'puter packs punch, is cheaper than a pricey latte

Android on Windows is disruptive because neither Microsoft nor Google can stop it

A blast from the past: Meet AMIDuOS

US gourmets sizzle in bacon-scented underwear

'Lovers of naughty bits and breakfast rejoice'

HP storage financials: Meh. Meg Whitman needs to make this right

+CommentFinal results aren't good for storage bods at HP(E)

Top copper Lynne Owens to lead National Crime Agency

Leaves leafy Surrey for London

Startup Iguaz.io is creating real-time Big Data analytics storage

Surviving under the waterfall deluge of Big Data

Broadband's frequency hunters denied Freeview patch – for now

Of COM8 and CBeebies: multiplex snare

MPs and peers have just weeks to eyeball UK gov's super-snoop bid

IPBMeanwhile, vague 'Internet Connection Record' term worries small ISPs

RAF web survey asks for bank details via unencrypted email

Hey participants, don’t be like Jeremy Clarkson. Enough said

GDS £450m investment probably an 'accounting fudge' – gov IT analyst

Have we just been Rick rolled by Osbo?

Nuclear exploit kit seen chucking CryptoWall 4.0 at late patchers

First time this one's been seen in the wild

Getting a little flashy! Funds are in place, and Kaminario targets growth

FeaturePure? Pah! Scale-out beats scale up

Lights, power, action! Smartplugs with a twist

ReviewZuli pushes past the competition - but how useful is it really?

Microsoft rides to Dell's rescue, wrecks rogue root certificate

Windows Defender lives up to its name by dealing death to Dell's dumb DLL

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