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28th > November > 2016 Archive

India added 240m phones/year build capacity in just one year

Why hello there, new electronics-making superpower

Microsoft update servers left all Azure RHEL instances hackable

Patch proffered, pen-tester paid

Phishing tackle ships data catch to net sharks

DIY-phishing code advertised YouTube have predictable by-products

Icelandic Pirate Party's coalition talks run aground

Piratir's policy cutlass is still sharp as President tells Alþingi to find any port in a storm

Japan investigating defence network break-in

The usual unnamed 'state-based' attacker blamed

Shhhhh! If you're quiet, Linus Torvalds might release a new Linux

But he thinks the code in rc 7 is still pretty noisy, so expect another release candidate

The future often starts as a toy, so don't shun toy VR this Christmas

We won't know the possibilities of VR or any other technology until we play with it

ESA: Sorry about Schiaparelli, can we have another €400 mill?

Pitch prepped, European Space Agency to press flesh at ministerial confab

The Internet Society is unhappy about security – pretty much all of it

It's all fun and games until someone loses a life

No spoilers! Norway won't tell Snowden if US will snatch him on a visit

Attempt to have Foreign Ministry rule before he lands dismissed by Supreme Court

Loyalty card? Really? Why data-slurping store cards need a reboot

An IoT marriage is the future

Blu Vivo 6: Top value trendsetter marred by Chino-English mangle

ReviewThe economics look good for Mediatek, though

100k+ petition: MPs must consider debating Snoopers' Charter again

Brexit means Brex... hang on, you want to store... WTF?

Rivals' keyword marketing activity censured by High Court

Plumb out of order

Pound's plunge opens UK's tech SMBs to foreign buyouts - analyst

Cash is king for equity hunters

Half-ton handbuilt CPU heads to Centre for Computing History

1,000,000 hand-soldered joints, £40k spent, just about fits in one lorry

UK's Universal Service voucher scheme urged to shift monopoly away from BT

Only catch is government would have to stump up the cash

Continuous Lifecycle London: 60 hours to get your proposals in

Show us the reality, not the vision

Ransomware scams cost Brits £4.5m per year

Lock-up markup shake-up shake-down

How-to terror manuals still being sold by Apple, Amazon, Waterstones

Sure, it's not very nice, but we do live in the Free World

Storage newbie: You need COTS to really rock that NVMe baby

NVMe drives need NVMe fabrics - two sides of the same NVMe coin

Fujitsu pivots from chips to leaves with salad-as-a-service

Finnish factory to change diet of the happiest people in Europe

We wanna give IoT folk kilobit data rates, beam NB-IoT telcos

MBBF2016Um. Do they actually think that's what they need?

Lib Dems to oppose porn checks in Blighty's Digital Economy Bill

All eight of 'em

It's a date: Hard-pressed Samsung prepares for shareholder love-in

Elliott Management sustains calls to break up SK biz

Dell EMC UK and Ireland commercial boss quits

Just a month after his enterprise equivalent called it a day

Creaking Royal Navy is 'first-rate' thunders irate admiral

CommentHe's bound to say that. Truth is, it'll get worse before it gets better

Microsoft's Neon project to redesign Windows for nerd goggles – reports

Getting things straightened up again

Canadian cops cuff 11-year-old lad after Grand Theft Auto gets real

Tiny tearaway will be beating up hookers next

SwiftStack, Cohesity add public cloud on-ramps

+CommentOn-premises IT suppliers conniving in its own destruction

BlackBerry-driven robo-car spins its RIMs across Canada

VideoMobe designer remembers it still has QNX, puts it to work in self-driving ride

'NBN leak' documents sent to Jason Claire are privileged, says House of Reps committee

Senate still deciding about Police raids on plods' raids on Stephen Conroy

'Mirai bots' cyber-blitz 1m German broadband routers – and your ISP could be next

Malware waltzes up to admin panels with zero authentication

Super Cali goes ballistic, considers taxing Netflix

Even though the sound of it is something quite atrocious

Microsoft goes all Tiananmen Square on its Chinese AI assistant

The yuan is mightier than the moral

Shields wins out in battle of UK channel overlords at Dell EMC

Industry veteran to run rule over resellers from February

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