2nd > September > 2016 Archive
Who's in charge of gummint IT anyway?
Vulns in iOS show up in shared code with desktop cousins
VAX support no longer devils the devs
Redmond's latest is climbing nicely, mostly at Windows 7's expense
Deep learning suite with Python front end
When big media goes clueless about big data
Uni kid's turn to shout.
And into your Xmas stocking
Say 'interesting radio signal' probably from boring old Earth
Vendor: 'We've applied new patches and access controls!' Sys admin: 'Whaddya mean NEW?!'
Slap patch, no need to reboot
On-CallThe safety training trailer turned out to offer lessons in the opposite
Biomed brainboxes have already begun moving in
CommentDeduping backup boxen are 'rarely usable'? Whatever
Something for the Weekend, Sir?Is it just me or is it hot in here?
Water coolerEl Reg answers your questions while you wait for
make allto finish
Pay direct, avoid the advertising
CommentPotential for revolutionary advances is shrinking
Soz love, it's called satire
Huawei ConnectThey need truckloads of networking kit. But... but...
Nearly as much as we paid for Autonomy... badoom tish
Hack a rival? We're not cool with that, says Russian AV titan
PDP authentication failure? This is why
Hardly a Snowden, though: Passport details of nation's visitors leaked
Why catch crooks when you can DDoS them from the nick?
Software-focused firm backs out of hardware idea
All this the weekend before kids go back to school
Old Sun Microsystems patent prompts judge to order retrial
Brits invited to hand over their flammable phablets
I think I'm a clone now, there's always two of me just a-hangin' around
Get your hand out of the Cooky jar, says Cabinet
Fans cry foul over excessive recording powers
Possible 40 years in the Big House for 2011 infiltration of open-source world's servers
Software hit by dev drought: Patch it or lose it
Inteno says SOHOpeless security problem should be fixed by carriers