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26th > January > 2016 Archive

Arista slaps Cisco with countersuit in network hardware row

Not only did we not infringe, you're (allegedly) breaking the laws yourself, claims biz

NASA, Dept of Defense, Commerce etc probed over use of backdoored Juniper kit

Were firewalls up to date? Committee wants to know

Boffins celebrate 30th anniversary of first deep examination of Uranus

Voyager 2 took sideways look at gas giant's ring system

If you can't buy bootleg gear online in New York, this may be why

Usenix EnigmaCyber-sherlock sheds light on studies into counterfeit goods

All-flash array bake-off: Load DynamiX finds six AFAs go into four

This just doesn't add up

Police Scotland will have direct access to disabled parking badge database

Safeguards? Pff, what an old-fashioned notion

Microsoft hammers first nails into Enterprise Agreements' coffins

Remember licensing contracts, Mr SME IT Man? Grab a pic of yours for posterity

Retailers urged to create 'CCTV-like' symbol to inform customers of mobile tracking

You're being followed... on your mobile... in the mall

Dixons Carphone to shut down 134 shops

Don't worry, no... numbers will be harmed during this action

Tiny tech takes Turkish tin-rattling title

Arduino-based prototyping board an obvious crowdfunding hit

Now you can easily see if a site's HTTP headers are insecure, beams dev

Site stress site sighted

Western Digital, IBM enter patently cosy deal

WD slurps up 100 patents, inks cross-licensing pact

AI pioneer Marvin Minsky dies at 88

ObituaryScientist, philosopher and maker of 'box with a switch on it'

Fretful Amazon wishes it could get more Android action

Phone makers: please take our tat!

Holy sh*t week forces Twitter top brass to go on ‘retreat’

Time for spiritual, sorry, strategic renewal?

Five reasons why the Google tax deal is imploding

ListicleWhen Cameron promised 'Google Government', is this what he meant?

US rapper slams Earth is Round conspiracy in Twitter marathon

Stage set for extra terrestrial faceoff with Prof Brian Cox?

Uber driver 'pulls handgun' on passenger

Florida ride ends at wrong end of semi-automatic

Come on kids, let's go play in the abandoned nuclear power station

Geek's Guide to BritainAfter oil, before shale: the future that never was

Clock's ticking: Euro Commission considers Dell-EMC megacorp

EMC/Dell dealWill approve or launch probe by end of month

IBM dons winter gear, gives Emperors and Rockhoppers a refresh

Updates all round for LinuxONE, including Ubuntu

Broadband-pushers expand user piggyback rides on private Wi-Fi

Universal public coverage, one home router at a time

Shocker: Clearing 2015's vast PC backlog was 'costly' for vendors

Sales to retailers and disties shrank 18% in EMEA

BDaaS ex-Facebook duo scoop $30m for big data biz

In BriefYep, that's (B)ig-(D)ata-(a)s-(a)-(S)ervice

Docker for OS X devs: 'Easier' containers spun up for Apple Macs

DLite to simplify the enterprise Apple tupperware experience

Microsoft releases deep learning toolkit on GitHub. Now bring on the AI research

Computational Network Toolkit finally gets open source licence

Post-nuptial BlackBerry gives birth to Good-looking offspring

New Good Secure EMM Suite on the way

If you're one of millions using Magento – stop whatever you're doing and patch now

Ecommerce websites can be hijacked via critical flaw

Axe to fall on staff at IBM's Global Technology Services 'this Friday'

Amid fears of unit selloff and word of severance pay cuts

Stop the music! Booby-trapped song carjacked vehicles – security prof

Usenix EnigmaDon’t buy a motor without a remote update system

Sony balls up PlayStation businesses, tosses outfit over to California

Sony Interactive Entertainment to be one-stop gaming shop for electronics giant

Microsoft unbuttons shirt, teases glimpse of Azure-in-a-box Stack

Tech preview due out this month

Citrix kills Sydney research lab, vows to focus on 'core products'

Australian team that pioneered Xen Desktop have all left the building. Forever

Mozilla slings web push notifications into Firefox

RC4 retired, SHA-256 added, devs get animation tools

Ex-VMware CEO Di Greene drops mystery storage system box, dares you to open it

You hadn't forgotten about Datrium, right?

Apple growth flatlines ... Tim Cook thinks, hey, $80bn is still $80bn

Peak iPhone! No, wait, Peak iPad – no no no, pal, it's Peak Mac!

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