14th > February > 2018 Archive
AnalysisHouse Dems send snotagram to watchdog boss
Patch TuesdayHere's a bumper crop of security fixes you do not want to miss
Grouchy Grupe gets a year and a day behind bars after going loco on network hardware
Version 6.7 should land in Q2, may end support for older CPUs
Nobody wants slow SaaS or cross-cloud comms, but Citrix wants you to cough up to stop it
After flubbing its early responses, Microsoft's thrown sysadmins a bone
NASA to take Mars meteor from London and use it for target practise ahead of 2020 mission
Shambling corpse of ancient, shoddy, buggy, crypto shoved towards the grave
Someone's got to get it scaling!
Y'think we're stretching this Valentine's date thing too far?
It's slipped a disk, though, because services supremo admits new services plan is very much a work in progress
Jury awards Redmond some pocket change in patent dustup
Chipmaker names 18 carriers who'll get real with 5G real soon now, promise
The future of transport looks like a sensor-riddled computer
Real world testThink of it as a Version 1.0...
5G auction to go ahead in April
AnalysisUK.gov schtum on false positives, appeals process and long-term impact
It's all about the content, guys
And Queen Lizzie will too
Consider it a wakeup call for websites – it's time to end the scourge of awful banners
Brand recognition and stock Android. Is the gamble paying off?
NY court rules pics can be accessed if relevant to litigation
Fighting the Xeon SP tide
New front opens in Russian firm's legal fight with US gov
Handset division headless
Swansea firm carries on direct marketing, lands extra fine
Online backup biz slurped by Carbonite
Raid on 75-year-old's home yields over a thousand pills
Flash! A-aaaah! King of the Impossible!
Roses are red, spy agencies are black, US g-men don't fsck around when under attack
Brilliant boffins back bullsh*tting bureau bollocking
'Please don’t tell me to oil my wood,' journo begs
No probs, says Huawei: It's a big world, we don't need America
As in on the regular, not... oh never mind
And upcoming hardware changes may not be enough to kill off these security bugs