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9th > March > 2016 Archive

Cisco borgs Synata, services shuttered

'We apologise for the inconvenience'

Java evangelist leaves Oracle to save Java

Warns Java may not see 30th birthday if 'corporate drones' prevail

Boffins bust biometrics with inkjet printer

Printed electronics makes the perfect fake fingerprint

Fail0verflow GitHubs PS4 Linux loader

Jailbreaker goes public, helping put penguins on PlayStations

Microsoft seeks Comcast subpoena to nab activation pirates

IP address behind thousands of bootleg Windows, Office, Server installations.

Big-screen Skype gets small farewell note

TV videocalls are so 2010

Don't snoop on staff via wearables, says Dutch privacy agency

Permission under pressure isn't permission at all

Boffins give amputee the finger – a bionic touch-sensitive fingertip

We can rebuild him…

Cisco plans routers that are servers, or vice-versa, with KVM aboard

UCS E-series and ISR 4000 update due, NFV for SOHO kit on the roadmap

Brits still not happy about commercial companies using their healthcare data

OK if it's for bona fide research, but not for insurance biz or marketing

Knackered Euro server turns Panasonic smart TVs into dumb TVs

Borkage leaves Firefox OS-based boxes unable to launch apps, punters demand refunds

Home Ebola testing with a Tricorder? There's an app for that

DNA-testing peripherals for smartphones are here. And DNA can change your day

Sexism isn't getting better in Silicon Valley, it's getting worse

AnalysisInternational Women's Day? Pah, make me a sandwich

SQL Server for Linux: A sign of Microsoft's weakness. Sort of

AnalysisAlso signals stronger cross-platform tools, access to new markets

Audit Office pours cold water on UK.gov's SME spending target claims

Dubious digits means cash flow through small biz might actually be flat, not increasing

Trivial path for DDoS amplification attacks found by infosec bods

600,000 servers are vulnerable to this little-known protocol

Jeff Bezos to give forth at US space symposium

Blue Origin head honcho booked for top industry gig

'Microsoft Office has been the bane of my life, while simultaneously keeping me employed'

Line BreakMonthly report scripting special

UN rapporteur: 'Bad example' UK should bin the Snoopers' Charter

IPBTheresa May's plans run 'counter' to human rights standards, we're told

Google-backed British startup ‘stole our code’, says US marketing firm

Bounce Exchange flings sueball at UK biz Yieldify

Austrian mayor spunks €40k on virgin-eating dragon

LogowatchKlagenfurt rebrand fails to impress

HPE's CloudLine gains some weight – blows up from 72TB to 640TB

Who's down with OCP? This Foxconn-made server line

We tested the latest pre-flight build of Windows 10 Mobile. It's buggy but promising

ReviewNow, if they delivered on that promise...

Flash storage: Has the hype become reality?

Fulsome flash developments feed fast progress

Cyber-crooks now prefer ransomware to botnets. Yep, firms are paying up

CryptoWall most prevalent nasty – survey

US chap sharpens paradigm-busting scissors

The biggest advance in cutting tech for 2,000 years

Huawei boasts about array that has reached a new low

... in $/IOPs on Storage Performance Council benchmark

Malware-flingers check out credit card data from Rosen Hotels

18-month-long slurp grabbed expiry dates, codes – the lot

Lenovo, Juniper in hyperconverged mashup.... hang on, who's doing storage?

Compute and networking giants bang on trend

Last year’s Android finally overtakes year-before-last’s Android

Marshmallow ain't so sweet

CVE bug system has bugs – quick, use this alternative, say hackers

Allege critical software vulns ignored in huge backlog

Systemax bleeds cash, reports $100m net loss for 2015

Closing North America reseller biz to blame... mostly

London cops hunt chimpanzee in top hat

Last seen in the company of a sloth and a giraffe

Speaking in Tech: SQL Server on Linux – Hell freezes over for Microsoft

PodcastTeam also chats to streaming startup about the nuts and bolts

Qualcomm ARM server chips try on Red Hat Enterprise Linux for size

While Linaro slings data center ARM chips into new developer cloud

ODMs feast on server sales bonanza as IT buyers ignore price rises

Big brands cede ground to contract manufacturers

Cohesity and Pure make up a data storage sandwich together

Pure Storage takes primary data role with Cohesity mopping up the rest

Microsoft has crafted a switch OS on Debian Linux. Repeat, a switch OS on Debian Linux

OCP SummitToolkit for wrangling networks released

NASA sets the date for Martian robot drilling rig to lift off

Two years late, but InSight will fly

So you wanna build whopping pools of PCIe flash? Say no more, whisper Intel, Facebook

OCP SummitPlus new Xeon D and libraries for Xeon+FPGAs

Go DevOps before your bosses force you to. It'll be easier that way

Tell the execs what it's all about before some other klutz gets there first

Go No! Google cyber-brain bests top-ranked human in ancient game

Chalk one up for Skynet – for now. Still time for Mankind to pull it back

IBM pimps Watson out to Hilton robot for concierge duty

Pics and videoThat's cute, say Japanese

Woz waxwork weady to woll

Apple co-founder figure to be unveiled at Comic Con

First OS X ransomware actually a scrambled Linux file scrambler

Gatekeeper nutmegged using dodgy cert

Google rocks up to Facebook's DIY-data-center party with six pack of rack blueprints

OCP SummitTime to get high on your own 48V supply

Don't fear PC-pocalypse, Chromebooks, two-in-ones 'will save us'

Notebooks will be fine if everyone just changes their definition of 'notebook'

Google emits Android N developer preview early to smoke out bugs

N for Nougat, Nuts, or No longer doing sweetie references

EE-gad! Orange webmail cut off in Blighty outage

UK telco says everything back to normal now

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