9th > February > 2016 Archive
Water coolerDo we have another OPM disaster, or a NASA hack redux?
What's 'app-ening at the developers' darling? 'We have no comms on that' say flaks
The 1990s called and want their cool brands back
UPDATEAustralia's dominant carrier couldn't do 3G and 4G voice and data for a chunk of this afternoon
UpdatedLibgraphite font library buggy and vulnerable in Firefox, Thunderbird, WordPad and more says Talos
Reader has 'a couple of dozen' Toshiba T1000s still in use 24/7, and a tale of embezzlement to dazzle
A press conference for a Nature paper? Guess that's a 'yes,' then
Six in one bugs a bust as boffins boom: Send us mooar!
Chronic infections keep a third of baguette-bashers off net shops
Landmark 1980s tutorials now available for download
Query-size predictor ran amok, grabbed nearly 4GB per login
ExclusiveArtificial intelligence CryptoNets chew data fast but keep it safe
Orders The Social NetworkTM to stop sending data to USA, tracking non-members
PicSilicon layout reverse-engineered
Al-Lu, Al-Lu... Notice anything new about us?
Desktop Linux to spring Google's OEM prisoner partners
ReviewSteady on: Nothing shocking, but it's good kit nonetheless
ExclusiveIs that how crims nicked the engineers' data?
Be very slow with the brute force, Igor. Three times a week, only on Saturdays
AnalysisHands out cash for activist investor's fund to manage, too
We will, we will rock you
Pyongyang not yet ready to nuke California
Copy data reducing startup goes into staff reducing mode
Otherwise, everything's just fine and dandy
Sysadmin BlogEnterprises want them, but they're still a pain in the ASCII
CommentUnless you're the one being pruned. Not that he'd know
Step right up and get your two million IOPS bundle
Grainy B&W pics and footage just don’t cut it - we want pixels
Needs more clarity, Theresa, but otherwise a very good effort
FoTWThis man is really sick, sick, sick, sick, sick
ISP: There has been no breach, no idea what you mean
SSD price cuts and a denser filer make up a satisfying trifecta
We're not just stringing you along...
Battery-powered 'Sceptor' set for 2019 launch
Good luck getting that through the House, Barry
CommentSplit metadata storage scheme for faster object access. Hmmm
Rebranded Flash Professional with new features including 4K video export
The Poseidon (malware) Adventure
UpdatedPatches for 32-bit processor hit LLVM C/C++ compiler suite
The Internet of Things is great for us, says James Clapper
Tiny nations lead broadband poll
Redmond wants unique minds
Sysadmin's nightmare: 'I crashed the whole network'
'Workspace One' to compete with Citrix's Workspace Suite, with help from new PCoIP alternative 'Blast'
Microsoft blats bugs in super-secure web browser Edge, its OS, the Office suite, and more
AnalysisZenefits, Imagination, Yelp, Paypal all lose key execs