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16th > December > 2015 Archive

In-flight 3G arrives, promises aerial internet at mobile roaming prices

No faster that WiFi but looks easier to use

Ho ho hosed: Asian biz malware pwns air-gaps, thousands of Androids

Santa game gets on Play Store, stuffs SMS, contacts into sleigh and doesn't leave pressies

Lower video resolution can deliver better quality, says Netflix

Streamer now assessing individual files and changing resolution to fit networks and devices

FireEye flamed: A single email will grant total network access

Google's Project Zero finds flaw, patch arrives to plug gaping information maw

Citrix reveals containerised version of NetScaler ADCs

Struggling to do containers at scale? Struggling company thinks it has the answer

Rebels defeat the Empire (again) by giving BB-8 an API

Disney omitted an API for The Force Awakens' star droid. The Force of the internet decided that wasn't good enough

A testing time for Load DynamiX as storage analytics biz seeks niche

AnalysisAdds trendy predictive monitoring stuff

Bigger than Higgs? Boffins see hints of bulbous new Boson

Upgraded Large Hadron Collider produced tantalising excess photons last June

Mozilla looses Firefox 43, including Windows 64-bit variant

Bugs bashed, trackers torpedoed, fragging made more fantastic

Slack to play nice with others, like Atlassian's hip(chat) kids

Investors toss in more cash to encourage third-party apps

Beleaguered Microsoft customers: Streamline your licensing

Sales bundles suit you, not us, CCL finds

New data porting rules mustn't overburden businesses with costs, says UK minister

Costliness shouldn't become 'barrier to entry'

After Death Star II blew: Dissecting the tech of Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens

Star Wars specialHave X-wings, lightsabers, stormtrooper kits moved on?

It was Shodan easy! MacKeeper user database left wide open

No authentication was needed, says security researcher

Grim-faced cosmonaut in ISS manual docking nail-biter

Yuri Malenchenko's serious demeanour expained

Cyber security buck stops with me, says Dido Harding

We wanted to tell customers sooner, but cops wouldn't let us

IT infrastructure on demand? Yeah right, say devs

The gritty reality of ops, according to sandbox vendor

Be afraid, Apple and Samsung: Huawei's IoT home looks cheaper and better

At least on paper - and that's assuming it gets here

Behold, Backblaze’s public B2 beta blast off

Come in public cloud storage service testers, you know you want to

Dixons Carphone CEO dances on rivals’ graves, swipes share from survivors

Simply having a wonderful Christmas time

At least 10 major loyalty card schemes compromised in industry-wide scam

CyberInt: This is a 'significant' and growing problem

Big Brother is born. And we find out 15 years too late to stop him

ExclusiveElected MPs were deliberately misled by Brit spy agencies

Hapless Virgin Media customers face ongoing email block woes

All because of that damn Google ditching Gmail support for ISPs

Exablox shows off its ring, adds variable-length NAS dedupe

On-premises storage management added to cloud option

IBM Cleversafe serves up software-only offering, does object two-step

Is this a sign of object(ive) maturity?

Former Sugar babe of Viglen fame set for Chrimbo exit

Bordan Tkachuk to split next week... no he was not fired

Review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens offers a new hope for the franchise

SpoilersOur Australian team went out at midnight so you don't have to

Visual Studio Code: Let's talk about Extensions

Laying the foundations to build your own

Nearly 1 in 5 health data breaches take years to spot, says Verizon

And 90 per cent of all industries have lost people's sensitive med info

Physics uses warp theory to look beyond relativity

Compressing the space-time continuum. No flux capacitors here, though

Google says Project Fi wireless network now slabable

LTE data-only option opens doors for iOS and Galaxy Tab S

Let's shut down the internet: Republicans vacate their mind bowels

The presidential debate did not score highly on accuracy or sense.

Google gets into the start-up game with own accelerator program

Online ad giant seeks new blood

Congress strips out privacy protections from CISA 'security' bill

Butchered law almost certain to pass on Friday

FCC gives small ISPs a pass on open internet rules

Local broadband carriers let off regulation

Intel talks concurrency and Knights Landing

InterviewJames Reinders explains why Intel's Xeon Phi is now a processor

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