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16th > November > 2016 Archive

Mac book, whoa! Apple unveils $300 design tome

Who says Apple can't innovate? It takes genius to charge that much for a coffee table book

Virgin Galactic and Boom unveil Concorde 2.0 tester to restart supersonic travel

Beardy & Co plan first commercial service by 2023

NASA discovers mysterious super-fast electrons whizzing above Earth

Understanding the source could aid space missions

Telstra launches Australian homes onto the Internet of S**t

Today's hot gadget, tomorrow's botnet, next year's brick

Is that your television? Or a zero client running a virtual desktop?

It could be both if Teradici's new plan works

Satya Nadella hits Sydney and channels Steve O'Ballmer from eight years ago

Elon Musk's AI effort lobs into Azure, which now has Functions, bots and very grunty instances

Nostradamus, what do you see in 2017?

CCS Insight annual predictions

If you can chdir you can hack CA's Unified Infrastructure Manager

You know the drill: pause and patch to prevent p0wnage

Gone in 70 seconds: Holding Enter key can smash through defense

Bad LUKS strikes Pengiunistas

Adobe fined a whole million dollars for 2013 mega-breach

Try getting your Board to take security seriously when perps are flogged with wet lettuce

Fujitsu says 1,800 UK job cuts needed to boost ailing margins

Unite: £86.5m profits makes pre-Christmas axe wielding unnecessary

IBM offers Trump its ideas to Make America Great Again

Make America's CEOs write open letters again

YANG: Coming soon to a router near you

IETF hopes to simplify multivendor routing admin

Firefox hits version 50

World's number two browser now boasts retro-emoji, better media handling and more

HP Ink shrinks workstations to puckish form factor

Status symbol Xeon colosso-towers get the Apple TV treatment

Forget razors and blades, APIs are the new gotcha

Sysadmin BlogMachines nickel-and-diming other machines

MongoDB's CEO: Expect aggressive investing as biz aims at Oracle et al

InterviewExplosive growth anticipated on what is between $100-200m in annual revenue

Analysts apply Occam's razor to Tesco Bank breach

AnalysisUnexpected items in the banking area

Fujitsu: Rumours of our PC demise have been greatly exaggerated

We're looking for a partner is all

Getting to the bottom of the cloud debate

Reader SurveyTell us what you really think

IT outsourcing is soooo passé, says outsourcing giant Fujitsu

You guys had better get a move on then

Speaking in Tech: The votes are in – and the Podcast Idol winner is...

PodcastPlus: Some cheeky touchscreen laptop reviews

The only thing worse than working at CSC? An Xmas redundo programme at CSC

Outsourcing giant pops one in this year's sack

Dell EMC cranks Xeon servers into ludicrous mode with Tesla GPUs

But can it play Crysis on ultra?

Brit smart streetlight bods Telensa named 'global market leader'

That's another win for a proprietary IoT standard

New Ransoc extortionists hunt for actual child abuse material

Brazen hackers actually accepting credit card payments

Managed services biz hires 'forensic' beanies to review dodgy accounting

Redcentric exec: 'Past few days been challenging'. Ha, should ask your investors

Lenovo intros monster disk box

You might need a forklift for this mofo

UK warships to have less firepower than 19th century equivalents as missiles withdrawn

Harpoon to go in 2018 with no replacement – yet

Harder, better, faster, stronger (apparently). The IronWolf goes Pro

Seagate does that annoying thing when they update a product six months later

Microsoft just got its Linux Foundation platinum card, becomes top level member

More Linux love from Redmond – and a public preview of SQL Server for Linux

Aw, snap: Independent disk drive failure rates from Backblaze

The good, the bad, and the ugly rusty spinners revealed

Nokia's great lost smartwatch? #SavedYouALandfill

Good job Redmond nipped this in the bud

HDS has HCI – but it's not hyper-converged infrastructure

Containerised Content Intelligence... and it kind of/sort of converges data silos

Hadoop experiencing growing pains in lamestream businesses

Apache Big DataPlatform little more than 'skunkworks' outside tech industries

Seagate plans to bring down the 16TB HAMR... soon(er)

AnalysisSalt Lake City SC16 booth talk at Steve Luczo’s company

Commish urges to mean it when it talks about transparency

No use just wanting something, make it a statutory requirement

Hewlett Packard Enterprise to outsource global IT team to CSC borg

ExclusiveTechies, you've 'met or exceeded' all we asked of you, here's your BONUS

Admins aggro about Azure AM absence

Redmond's cloud has early-morning hiccup

And with one stroke, Trump killed the Era of Slacktivism

AnalysisTech policy under the Donald: He's got a pen and a phone, too

British politicians sign off on surveillance law, now it's over to the Queen

Monarch's rubber stamp expected to turn bill into law within weeks

Microsoft sweet-talks EC antitrust bods over LinkedIn buy

Massive $26bn bid may go ahead – but we won't know why

Telstra's answers El Reg's Smart Home security questions

It's not quite an Internet of S**t, but nor does it come up smelling of roses

After Microsoft joins Linux, Google Cloud joins .NET Foundation

Next up, dogs and cats living together

Experts to Congress: You must act on IoT security. Congress: Encourage industry to develop best practices, you say?

Schneier crap-storm warning falls on deaf ears

AWS looks to add 'bill collector' to its list of cloud offerings

Amazon offers to handle payments for third-party SaaS devs

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