3rd October 2011 Archive

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  • Ellison brandishes 'speed of thought' Exalytics appliance

    Eat my digital dust, HP Autonomy and IBM Smarties

    Servers 03 03:59

  • Adobe: crashing 100 million machines not an option

    Zero-day vulns get 6,000 man-hours of testing

    Security 03 05:00

  • Citrix stretches XenServer 6.0 to cover bigger iron

    Chubbier VMs for heftier apps

    Virtualization 03 05:25

  • Doing big stuff in the cloud

    Data crunching in scalable environments

    Cloud 03 07:21

  • Dozens of firms vie for £1bn crim tagging contracts

    Keeping tabs on 20,000+ offenders

    Security 03 07:44

  • Anonymous Twitter alternative developed for rioters

    Favoured by anti-Wall Street protesters, apparently

    Security 03 08:03

  • UK punters happy to pay £3 to top up e-wallets

    We never knew you were so keen

    Mobile 03 08:33

  • Fibre up, broadband up, IPTV up in Europe

    Fibre-to-home numbers up 43 per cent

    Networks 03 09:02

  • Violent videogames reduce crime

    Anti-gaming tests are flawed, says report

    Hardware 03 09:19

  • HTC Android handsets spew private data to ANY app

    Mystery data logger opens backdoor for slurping

    Security 03 09:23

  • Microsoft's Roslyn invites VB to Windows 8 party

    C# in disguise?

    Operating Systems 03 09:44

  • iTunes beta, Vodafone flag up iPhone 4S

    8GB iPhone 4 makes a pre-release appearance too

    Phones 03 09:46

  • ThumbsUp Black Diamond glow-globe iPhone dock

    Psychodelic geodesic

    Hardware 03 10:00

  • Osborne proffers £150m for mobile not spots

    Of your money, of course, not his

    Mobile 03 10:08

  • Super Mario jumps on domain squatter

    Lackadaisical Nintendo finally says 'it's-a me!'

    Hosting 03 10:14

  • Vodafone dishes out free unlimited data

    Three-month see-what-you-need period

    Mobile 03 10:23

  • Ease data traffic jams with some network improvements

    Keeping up with bigger drives

    Enterprise Tech 03 10:30

  • ICO consultation: What should public bodies disclose?

    Graham's office to push out code of practice by the end of the year

    Government 03 10:44

  • AMD Llano vs Intel Sandy Bridge

    Which is the best notebook buy?

    Laptops 03 11:00

  • iPhones 'excellent for doing experiments on their owners'

    Trick-cyclists plan mass fanboi brain probes

    Mobile 03 11:18

  • Open Document Format updated to fix spreadsheets

    Check out the cross-product formula syntax on this baby

    Applications 03 11:39

  • Toshiba touts 55in 3DTV with beefy resolution

    Biggest glasses-free set yet?

    Hardware 03 11:46

  • Best skiing in space is on Saturnian ice moon Enceladus

    Perfect powder, shame about the low gravity

    Science 03 11:58

  • Digital TV body adds HbbTV to UK standard

    Boost for Connected TV makers

    Media 03 12:01

  • Belgian buccaneers invade Rockall

    Radio hamburglars reprise epic Vulturine feat

    SPB 03 12:05

  • Ecclesiastical judge tells church: Let there be Wi-Fi

    Tinfoilers hamper case against by failure to show

    Broadband 03 12:13

  • Apple TV owners lost legal movie playback this weekend

    DRM server snafu deprives fanboys of films

    Hardware 03 12:28

  • Cisco veep slags off HP's PC biz wobble

    Predicts doom for rival in not-so-secret document

    Data Networking 03 12:36

  • Alibaba! wants! to! be! Yahoo! purple! prince!

    Would acquire a third of itself as part of the package

    Financial News 03 12:58

  • EC to vet Euro broadband performance

    Volunteer testers required

    Broadband 03 13:15

  • Crazy square barcodes can point your phone to MALWARE

    Help, help, I'm under attag

    Security 03 13:26

  • Steelie Neelie calls for copper price cuts to drive fibre

    Dutch berated for doing net neut rules without asking

    Broadband 03 13:31

  • HPC and its growing reach

    The Register talks HPC with Intel

    Enterprise Tech 03 13:42

  • Major BT exchange titsup in power outage

    Customers advised to turn it off then on again

    Broadband 03 13:53

  • London gets first new Google Chromebookshop

    We offer only one thing: Total Googly dominance

    Cloud 03 13:56

  • Google OUTBID on g.co.uk at auction

    Speculator mows Chocolate Factory's grass

    Hosting 03 14:27

  • O2 best placed to scoop new iPhone sales dosh

    Still has fruit-stroker legion from old exclusive deal

    Mobile 03 15:03

  • Brother poaches HP vet to manage channels

    New saga for Forsyth

    The Channel 03 15:10

  • Yahoo! and! ABC! ink! news! pact!

    Online-first blobbening to create vast eyeball mountain

    Media 03 15:26

  • Ellison: 'There'll be nothing left of IBM once I'm done'

    Promises a terrific licking for 'Mister Blue'

    Servers 03 15:40

  • Samsung reveals release for 5in tablet

    Time to take Note

    Tablets 03 15:42

  • Would you sue to keep your guilty ABBA habit a secret?

    Pandora let world see our bathroom singalongs, say users

    Security 03 16:03

  • Amazon fans order three Fires for every E Ink Kindle

    First-day tablet orders estimated at 95k

    Tablets 03 16:09

  • Verizon in court to block net neutrality ruling

    'The feds aren't the boss of us'

    Broadband 03 17:02

  • Better Business Bureau offers rogue script browser peril

    Oops! Scam warning service left eggfaced

    Security 03 17:58

  • October 14 declared 'Steve Jobs Day'

    Rumors buzz over Jobsian bow at Tuesday's iPhone roll-out

    Data Centre 03 18:01

  • Bank of America website disrupted for 4th day in a row

    Hacking and DoS ruled out as causes

    Security 03 18:03

  • Oracle: Java 8 will be revolution, not evolution

    JavaFX 2.0 released, Java 9 detailed

    Developer 03 18:20

  • BridgeSTOR in rash NAS cash splash

    35 per cent dedupe storage saving or your money back

    Storage 03 19:00

  • 'iPhone 4 to be free' when new iPhones ship

    iPhone 4S and 5 to be dual-mode. Other changes leaked

    Phones 03 19:18

  • Adobe announces Creative Cloud, acquires PhoneGap

    HTML 5, but little Flash at Adobe's creative confab

    Software 03 19:56

  • Oracle rolls its own NoSQL and Hadoop

    A supremely confident Ellison mounts the Big Data elephant

    Cloud 03 20:22

  • 22,000 'freetards' escape Hurt Locker piracy suit

    Voltage still hopes to zap hundreds more downloaders

    Media 03 21:30

  • Telstra hands copper contract to new company

    And kicks off copper upgrade

    Business 03 22:30

  • 'Boss from hell' knuckle-rapped for 'firing contests'

    Crossing the line between motivation and harassment

    Small Biz 03 22:44

  • Facebook games teach teens bad habits

    More reasons not to like

    Security 03 22:45

  • The plane story of galactic clusters

    Dark matter ‘filaments’ mapped

    Science 03 23:30