4th > November > 2012 Archive
Analysis If a major Linux desktop falls in the forest and no one is around to use it, does it make a sound?
Kim Dotcom has told the world he wants to get into the submarine cable business.
I think I’ve been through enough economic cycles in my life to say that the nature of employment, at least in the financial-tech industry that I’m most familiar with, has changed fundamentally in the last few years.
Atlassian has cast the concept of user Forums to the “IT history books” overhauling its nine year old system to a gamification based, community curated Q&A site, Atlassian Answers.
The first Tuesday in November is a special day for Australians, as 'The race that stops a nation', the Melbourne Cup, makes a once-a-year flutter all-but-compulsory.
A Canadian company has announced that it’s taking pre-orders for a voice-activated Android computer funded on Kickstarter.
While serial self-publicist Kim Dotcom was re-igniting the submarine cable debate in New Zealand, the Electronic Frontiers Foundation's (EFF's) case trying to recover files on behalf of a former Megaupload user Kyle Goodwin took a new twist.