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26th > October > 2016 Archive

Benioff on being hacked: We're looking into some next-gen fax machines

Salesforce CEO talks diversity, investments and, yes, making the world a better place

IBM Australia didn't stress-test #censusfail router and blocked password resets

IT Crowd jokes aside, who okayed this mess?

Akamai rides on the botnet's back to US$584 million quarter

Security biz up, content distribution down

Juniper revenue up, but profit slips for Q3

A cloudy forecast points towards a flattish Q4

'Outpaced' ASIO was infiltrated by Soviets

Spy agency faced 'incredible growth' in spies in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, book reveals

This is not a drill: Hackers pop stock Nexus 6P in five minutes

Keen hackers at Mobile Pwn2Own

Google fibre: Subs up, Revenue up, expansion over

Access CEO asks Google Maps for nearest exit

Atlantis, stateless virtual desktops, and containers

Not a lot of difference and we support the one, so let's support the other

VXer turns to ancient freemium model to flog keylogger, malware tools

'Researcher' sells spamming, trojan wares

Samsung ties Thread into two new IoT Artik chips

It's goodbye Artik 1 and hello Artik 7

Hackintoshes hackable

Spoiler alert: We'll bet boffins still haven't spotted aliens

Spectral modulation looks like 233 coincidences too many

LASER RAT FENCE wins €1.7m European Commission funds

Liverpool John Moores University thinks crop-munching pests deserve light relief, not poison. Or Brexit, presumably

Possible reprieve for the venerable A-10 Warthog

Report says supply chain is ramping up for refurb and electronics upgrade

Got Ancient exploit but nowhere to use it? Try the horrid GRX network

RuxconAudio: Aussie hacker shows even NSA hacks haven't schooled some telcos

Vodafone rapped with RECORD £4.6m fine for failing customers

Biz apologises and blames issues with its IT system

Tenable ate FlawCheck for DevOps enhancement

Because Docker container security leaves something to be desired

EU ruling restricts rights to resell back-up copies of software where originals are damaged, destroyed or lost


The IoT market will grow through cannibalisation, says Tech Mahindra

IoT World CongressLess blue-sky thinking, more 'is this profitable?' needed

Interest rate hikes to fuel bonfire of the Unicorns

Canalys says enterprise startup sales teams will flame out and land in channel

Speaking in Tech: EMC v Pure – Stop bickering with the big dog

PodcastPlus: Cockcroft jumps ship to AWS, Facebook threat to enterprise, and more

Huawei to OpenStackers: Don't try to chase Amazon, Microsoft and Google

OpenStack SummitStrike out on your own instead of playing catch-up

I've arrived on Mars. Argggh, my back!

NASA's spine-tingling experiments spell bad news for astronauts

Exit through the Gift Shop? US copyright chief was assigned to shop till, tweeting

Memos confirm Pallante was locked out of network and office

Middle East hackers exposed

'Non-state actors*' likely to blame for Dyn mega-attack – US intel chief

Pesky kids

Squeaky bum time for Apple: It hasn’t made enough iPhone 7 Pluses

AnalysisWhat went wrong?

Seagate bowls out fattened-up spinner

Ups Enterprise's capacity, speeds up data streams

Burgundian iPhone wrecker hit with damages, suspended sentence

Begloved Dijonaise Mac fan attacked Apple store with outsized metal ball

Vatican and musicians at odds over appropriate use of crematorium leftovers

Six feet under or on your album shelf? The choice is yours...

‘We have many IoT customers’ says Huawei CTO

IoT World CongressCzech 'em out

Locky-slingers summon .Thor

He ain't heavy: OpenStack 16 cloud bros share LAMP interoperability load

Openstack SummitFloat prospect of federated alternative to AWS

Rise of the photon clones: New method could lead to 'impenetrable' comms

New tech aims to boost security and range of quantum cryptography

Gov.UK goes TITSUP

Workers wait with Whitehall whiteout

Hammer hopes to nail software-defined future for Commvault

Adds analytics + biz process automation as losses narrow

Beer, security by design and actual revenue: HPE shows off IoT offerings

IoT World CongressModular Edge servers and augmented reality too

20 years to get Amiga Workbench 3.1 update, and only a fortnight to get first patch

What will happen if this momentum continues?

Password1? You're so random. By which we mean not random at all -

Campaign says #thinkrandom, but experts demand cyber-security rethink

Scale-up SSDs buck the scale-out trend

Daisy-chaining for scale-up SATA SSDs

Microsoft goes back to the drawing board – literally, with 28" tablet and hockey puck knob

Not-a-PC biz touts new PC and Windows 10 Creators Edition

First World Problems: John Lewis clients forced to re-register after website 'upgrade'

Phone staff overwhelmed by middle-class complaints

UK minister promises science budget won't be messed with after Brexit

Ambitious pledges ahead of Article 50 negotiations

Cyber-crooks menacing hospitals are put under the microscope

IT defense overall must be prioritized, says Intel Security’s Raj Samani

Adobe emits emergency patch for Flash hole malware is exploiting right this minute

Windows folks – how can we say this? UPDATE ASAP

BlackBerry design boss tells El Reg: 'We're not getting out of phones'

AnalysisPartners 'highly likely' to build and sell BB-flavored QWERTY devices

Not call, Intel – not call: Chipzilla modems in iPhone 7s fall short

New study: You'll get better LTE connections with Qualcomm-equipped mobes

Hangouts flameout bringing the Google blame out

Chocolate Factory's chat app goes dark

Data ethics in IoT? Pff, you and your silly notions of privacy

IoT World CongressChildren will die, companies will shout 'sue me then,' and you'll still be using Facebook

ACCC issues mobile roaming regulation discussion paper

Pigeons, meet cat

IndexedDB pulls away from less-loved web storage options

IndexedDB API 2.0 spec has reached draft form. Contain yourself, and your data

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