7th June 2012 Archive

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  • Cable cut didn’t send Oz Transit of Venus feed dark

    Network config, not backhoe mayhem

    Science 07 00:45

  • Oracle's big cloud announcement, again

    Digs at SAP and Workday, better SLAs for tech support

    Cloud 07 00:59

  • How to put "Stuxnet author" on your CV

    "Malware is a legitimate occupation," suggests analyst

    Jobs 07 01:43

  • AMD crashes Windows 8 tablet party with ultrathin hybrid

    Trinity-based not-quite-ultrabooks could sell for US$500

    Hardware 07 03:43

  • HDD oligopoly to keep post-flood prices high till 2014

    Surging demand and vendor lock-in delays return to 2011

    Data Centre 07 04:32

  • Salary packager plans cloud boomerang

    Hosted CRM to go on-premises, then off to cloud

    Cloud 07 04:45

  • Dinosaurs on a diet shed tonnes

    Boffins revise sauropod weight estimates downwards

    Science 07 05:41

  • Dating site eHarmony plays data-breach me-too

    ‘Security of our users is important’

    Security 07 05:51

  • AMD and Nvidia extreme GPUs workout

    Visual feast

    Hardware 07 06:00

  • Apple taunts Proview with new store plans

    Job ads point to Shenzhen and Chengdu stores

    Business 07 06:30

  • HP gets smart on storage with workload-aware caching

    Gen 8 ProLiants caching 3PAR arrays

    Storage 07 07:01

  • Vint Cerf: 'COMMUNISTS want to seize the INTERNET'

    Actually 'meritocratic democracy' is the True Way

    Broadband 07 07:32

  • Gov not using 6 MILLION of its software licences

    Plans 'dynamic' transfer after premature PIN push

    Government 07 08:02

  • Android Academy cashes in on tests for well-off devs

    Remember the Symbian Academy? Thought not.

    Developer 07 08:32

  • We'll pull the plug on info-leak smart meters, warns UK.gov

    Lose customer data and lose your licence

    Science 07 09:04

  • Facebook techie strokes STEC's hot data flash drive

    That's a Like for server-side caches

    Cloud 07 09:22

  • Vodafone and O2 to merge mobile networks

    And then there were two

    Mobile 07 09:44

  • LinkedIn admits site hack, adds pinch of salt to passwords

    Biz network says it has upped security

    Security 07 10:03

  • Code glitch floored Reg reader altimeter

    LOHAN barometric kit off for reprogramming

    SPB 07 10:21

  • Microsoft takes on the private cloud

    Trevor Pott's take on Microsoft

    Cloud 07 10:30

  • 'iPhone 5 case' sparks supplier fondle frenzy

    Rumour with a view

    Phones 07 10:45

  • O2, Be Broadband axe Pirate Bay access

    Blockade to appear overnight

    Networks 07 10:46

  • HMRC Tax Calc

    The money program

    Phones 07 11:00

  • Intel phone boss: 'Multi-core detrimental to Android mobes'

    But if you want Windows 8, you need to be rolling in cash

    Hardware 07 11:18

  • NASDAQ offers $40m to Facebook IPOcalypse investors

    Cash apology after gremlins hit trading

    Financial News 07 11:43

  • Ambulance-chasing resellers will die on life support

    Trend Micro's Tim Ayling on value versus fast bucks

    The Channel 07 12:02

  • Touchscreens to get finger friendly

    Haptic humping points the way

    Tablets 07 12:15

  • Windows 8: Not even Microsoft thinks businesses will use it

    An entire enterprise cycle binned in Metro madness

    The Channel 07 12:29

  • Hungry reseller bags HMRC big cheese as COO

    Steve Lamey brings bulging contact book to Kelway

    The Channel 07 12:51

  • 1,000 Foxconn iPad workers trash dorms in riot against guards

    Nothing to do with us, says just-slap-an-Apple-sticker-on-it giant

    Security 07 13:11

  • Molyneux chisels away at social experiment

    Curiosity is the name of the game

    Games 07 13:25

  • Hackers, bloggers 'bunged cash to spin for Iran 2.0'

    Put in a good tweet for us, says Revolutionary Guard

    Security 07 13:38

  • Space shuttle Enterprise makes final voyage – to New York

    Final destination: Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Musuem

    Science 07 14:05

  • Microsoft 'hardens' Windows Update from Flame penetration

    How the hot malware burned a new hole in Redmond's backside

    Security 07 14:29

  • New London Bus API arrived at approximately ... 15.00

    TfL's bus ticker reveals how late you'll be

    Cloud 07 14:56

  • 10m years ago there was less CO2 - but the Earth was WARMER

    Warmth and carbon 'decoupled': 'A surprising finding'

    Science 07 15:32

  • Samsung 'to launch Galaxy S III in US', snubs Apple's ban bid

    Pre-sale numbers have Cupertino worried

    Mobile 07 16:01

  • HTC torches forecasts as stock tsunami floods skint Europe

    Eurozone meltdown as smartphones pile up in Q2

    The Channel 07 16:28

  • Bill Gates' used car sells for $80,000

    Billionaire philanthopist's old Porsche 911 tops auction estimates

    Bootnotes 07 16:49

  • Samsung plunges $500k into Linux Foundation

    P-p-p-picks up a different penguin in Apple struggle

    Developer 07 17:06

  • Bradley Manning in court as lawyers wrestle over secret docs

    Pre-trial hearing for soldier accused of WikiLeaks dump

    Law 07 17:27

  • MPAA sympathetic to returning legitimate Megaupload files

    Court documents reveal conciliatory tone

    Media 07 17:52

  • LinkedIn users buried in spam after database leak

    Hackers go phishing with their new bait

    Security 07 18:04

  • Samsung slams down $1.9bn for mobile chip fab

    Names top chip-head CEO

    Hardware 07 18:32

  • US Navy uncloaks stealthy underwater solar cells

    Energy capture up to nine meters down

    Science 07 19:35

  • SUSE Linux and Canonical invade Windows Azure

    What about a Linux platform cloud, Microsoft?

    Cloud 07 21:48

  • Last.fm tell users to change passwords IMMEDIATELY

    Jumps before the Pastebin post

    Security 07 22:41

  • Flame gets suicide command

    Symantec honeypot spots ‘flame-out’

    Security 07 22:43