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29th > July > 2016 Archive

Bezos bags bonkers bucks as almighty AWS astounds again

Cloudy with a chance of windfalls

Ditch your Macs, Dell tells EMC staff

ExclusiveStickers touted as solution to ban on customers seeing Cupertino's kit

Riverbed acquires Aternity

Startup AirTrunk plans big new data centres in Melbourne, Sydney, Asia

ExclusiveClaims it has has tenants waiting to fill big slabs of bit barns, if lizards allow it

China decrees it will grow world-class enterprise vendors by the year 2025

Huawei's rise and rise may have been just the beginning

Quantum leap: A good quarter for disk backup gear, and yeah tape's OK

Revenues grow, losses shrink and tape market stabilises

XtremIO soap opera latest: Cofounder Ehud Rokach steps aside

Former CEO to spend more time with his family after hiring his own replacement

Death of 747 now 'reasonably possible' says Boeing

Production cut, again, to just six a year as completed planes await buyers

Microsoft axes 2,850 more Windows Phone, sales staff – a week after Justin Timberlake sang on stage for them

VidA cruel and unusual punishment

Server vendor has special help desk for lying, incompetent sysadmins

On-CallTeam does nothing but explain config problems aren't hardware problems

Google tells Android's Linux kernel to toughen up and fight off those horrible hacker bullies

You'll have to wait until Nougat comes out to get improvements

Samsung NAND flashes its hot measurements: 64L 4G 3D 2C by EY

Silicon enhanced, too

Argos changes 150 easily guessed drop-off system passwords

Basic security fail spotted by Reg reader let anyone divert parcel deliveries

Cyberpunks might not be crooks but they're really very rude

FotWEl Eg – whoever they are – really upset this one

The bigger they get, the harder we fall: Thinking our way out of cloud crash

Holy cascading cloutage catastrophe!

The return of (drone) robot wars: Beware of low-flying freezers

Something for the Weekend, Sir?A dalek asks: 'Wanna buy some speakers?'

It's time for a discussion about malvertising

Sysadmin BlogSecurity, meet the requirement for an informed and educated populace

Apple's Car is Project Titan

What's on a road to nowhere? Ingram's Q2 numbers

Come on inside... and take a peek

Milk IN the teapot: Innovation or abomination?

The readers must decide

Comparex boss Mike Chambers packs bags and heads for hills

Some people do 12 years for murder... channel exec released for good behaviour

Happy Sysadmin Day!

Today, it's all about you

Encyclopedia Dramatica user hit with £10k damages after calling ex-councillor a 'paedo'

Internet toilet wall graffiti spat ends up in High Court

Not enough competition in payment processing tech, thunders regulator

Back in Bacs

Huawei P9 Plus: Leica-toting flagship gets a big brother

ReviewUseless to drug dealers? Tell me more...

WD disk revenues spin slower as its flash fireworks go off

Rusty spinners give way to new-fangled solid tech

Windows 10 Pro Anniversary Update tweaked to stop you disabling app promos

Group Policy changes require Enterprise or Education edition

UK govt to launch a tech creche for military-focused startups

British solutions for British problems! Say something like that

Microsoft buries the bad Windows Phone news: Mobile sales collapse

Small print reveals extent of crashing division

Capita was always going to axe staff under Project Vincent – sources

Last batch of O2 call centre workers split today... will never pay for canteen cutlery again

Three owner Hutch lobs sueball at EU over failed O2 buy

Compensation please

What's Niu? No longer profitable, revenues down... but we're hiring!

'We're selling spades in this finance market' says CEO

Google and Microsoft are playing catchup with AWS's cloudy power

Hardware 'incumbents' battered – but small fry may drop out soon

Why Big Business is usually last to the party

Please Ms CFO, can we have some new hardware?

SentinelOne's $1m ransomware guarantee dismissed as PR stunt

'Entirely comfortable paying money to criminals' grumbles infosec bod

French data wrangler Talend has done it: Voila, it's a tech IPO

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Windows 10 pain: Reg man has 75 per cent upgrade failure rate

CommentSupport for older systems less than satisfactory

My Microsoft Office 365 woes: Constant crashes, malware macros – and settings from Hell

Sysadmin blogWhen being spoilt for choice is sometimes still no choice at all

Dem-owned-crats: Now its congressional committee is hacked

UpdatedAnd Hillary's campaign staff pwned, too

No need to panic, says SwiftKey, as email addresses, phone numbers appear on strangers' screens

Because getting someone else's keystrokes is just fine

Kaspersky so very sorry after suggesting its antivirus will get you laid

The 1970s called and wants its attitudes back

HPE – yours for $40bn?

Give .gay to the gays, roars exiting ombudsman

More shenanigans at everyone's favorite non-profit internet monopoly

What's long, hard and full of seamen? The USS Harvey Milk

Bonus story: The saga of the five-inch 'toothbrush' gun

Stop us if you've heard this one before: Telcos try to kill net neutrality

Wheeler laughs off latest attempt to kill Title II classification

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