4th > February > 2016 Archive
IRS says its online form filing system is, er, offline
But where's John Legere's ranty response?
And just like that, Cisco has an internet of things business unit
Public consultation to be held on rewritten draft update
UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention set to rule on legality of long couch-surfing stint
New plan is to do what Citrix and VMware do, for less, for less-deep-pocketed orgs
Hip-hip hooray it's Borg bug day!
And it's handling the transition rather better than Adobe
Safe browsing to start flagging dodgy 'download now' buttons
EMET 5.5 is upon us, complete with Windows 10 support
Or, or ... Eyeriss could turn smartphones into deep thinkers
Cupertino iGiant tells El Reg it's demanding a mistrial
Blood in the water as company decides to ' focus resources on our most strategic initiatives'
Intriguing legal case over leaked Playboy pics may impact web
More functions mean price hike shouldn't be very very frightening, says analyst
Dear Colleague, what's your password again? Send to firstname.lastname@example.org please!
Top evil source looks simple and innocent but is actually a warmonger's dream
Researcher maintains criticism as CESG defends tech
Hey buddy VCs, gotta dime? A-round open for donations
Please Ms Regulator, let us do our deal
'BIG' is for old-skool bosses
*Click*. Firm locks Artificial intelligence head in place
You can shout into the ether but you won't hear the echo
Impressed by Dutch anti-UAV squadron plan
Where are the straps?
Long-serving chairman to call it quits, in IT that is...
Meanwhile pallid webmaster's support site wobbles
Promises to help titans 'get in front of a Libor-type event'
But hey, losing 3,200 staff plumped profits. And it is nearly the weekend
Apple gearing up for a mega Surface challenge?
Code review highlights problematic RNG
It's less risky if you do it their way, they say
Obligatory: Ability to solder and US passport
How does a halo actually help you drive down rents?
Think of the children, er, school governors
Analysis'We’re fixing oversight. When will you?' - USA
Version 2.6, expected in May, will be the last release
Shiny, shiny .. with a catch
Republican presidential frontrunner sends nastygram to CEO
Biggest dive into the red in company history expected
IPv6 LTE fingered in networking mystery
And has a good old moan at his former employees
Plummeting fuel prices cause tech budgets to shrink, which is bad news for tech suppliers
ExclusiveWorkforce trimmed in UK, Netherlands in response to 'revenue at any cost'
Taking a pop at Comcast – election-winning move, that
Goodwill impairment's long shadow