7th November 2012 Archive

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  • SGI losses widen, but revenue bumps up

    Still disposing of 'LMDs of profit destruction'

    HPC 07 Nov 00:40

  • RISC OS comes to Raspberry Pi

    Who remembers their BBC BASIC syntax?

    Hardware 07 Nov 00:45

  • Kim Dotcom's new Mega site barred by Gabon

    Government wants no truck with 'unscrupulous people'

    Networks 07 Nov 00:56

  • Who needs flying cars when we can robotically sort Skittles?

    And who said that American innovation was on the wane?

    Hardware 07 Nov 01:21

  • Pandora sues publishers over online music royalties

    Says ASCAP is being unreasonable on rates

    Media 07 Nov 01:23

  • Bangor University touts 20 Gbps access tech

    Backbone vendors throw hats in the air

    Networks 07 Nov 01:34

  • Rackspace sales and profits pop in Q3

    'We are the birth mother of OpenStack'

    Cloud 07 Nov 02:01

  • Boffins foul VM sandboxes with CPU-sniffing hack

    Elaborate attack watches CPU activity on co-located VM, retrieves crypto key

    Security 07 Nov 02:27

  • HIV vaccine safe for Phase II human trials

    Canadian university claim no adverse effects from first tests

    Science 07 Nov 04:32

  • Optus to shutter Unwired

    Herding Migrating customers to 3G or 4G on Feb 28, 2013 after WiMax wipeout

    Networks 07 Nov 04:46

  • Kyocera boffins make on-screen buttons feel real

    Piezoelectric magic offers hope to fat-fingered typers

    Hardware 07 Nov 05:28

  • Google Search and Maps take a pounding in China

    Govt restrictions and local rivals undermine Android advantage

    Business 07 Nov 05:50

  • Torvalds: I want to be nice, and curse less, but it's just not in me

    'People do think I'm grumpy ... CHRIST this is ugly code'

    Software 07 Nov 06:00

  • Smartphones eclipse laptops as top WiFi hogs

    Phondleslabs now using cellular merely to fill in gaps

    Mobile 07 Nov 06:28

  • I, for one, would like to welcome our Android overlord

    Domination now and FOREVER

    Operating Systems 07 Nov 07:00

  • Google's UK grip slips a bit, brutal dominance basically unshaken

    Lowest share in 5 years - still almost 90 per cent

    Media 07 Nov 07:19

  • NetApp offers middleweight refreshments

    Will you paddle happily in your Flash Pool?

    Storage 07 Nov 07:39

  • WTF is... RF-MEMS?

    Apparently, a way to make smartphones much, much better phones

    Networks 07 Nov 08:01

  • Phone lacking NFC pay-by-bonk tech? It can go on a SIM

    Sorry iPhone fanbois, no bonking for you though

    Mobile 07 Nov 09:01

  • Prudential cops £50k ICO slap for giving customer's life savings away

    Company repeatedly mixed up pair with same name, DOB

    Government 07 Nov 09:19

  • Intel in Flash flush, offers 'smoother' fresh jobbie to data centre bods

    Read the 'rithmetic on righted 'riting from Chipzilla

    Storage 07 Nov 09:36

  • Telefonica stirs up clouds, offers steaming mug of Instant Servers

    99.996 per cent uptime. Not 99.995, not 99.997: 99.996

    Cloud 07 Nov 09:57

  • Snake-fondling blonde nude punts Polish coffins

    Catholic church condemns candid casket calendar

    Bootnotes 07 Nov 10:19

  • Fujitsu hugs SAP, says it's all about solutions now

    Welcomes users after saying goodbye to boss

    The Channel 07 Nov 10:38

  • Xbox SmartGlass comes to iOS

    Microsoft caters for Apple community

    Media 07 Nov 10:58

  • BBC argues it is not bound by FOIA in bid to keep Climate 28 secret

    We're private sector! Auntie's shock claim

    Policy 07 Nov 11:00

  • GCHQ lines up BAE and pals for 'Cyber Incident Response'

    When only a huge, bloated military contractor can help

    Security 07 Nov 11:19

  • Theresa May DDoS case: Man cuffed by eCops

    Home Office topple coppers take trip to Stoke

    Security 07 Nov 11:43

  • Bird of Prey: 1980s IT on on the small screen

    How an overweight computer expert took on a Europe-wide conspiracy and won

    Media 07 Nov 12:03

  • Microsoft and Skype to axe world's most popular IM client early 2013

    If it works, don't fix it. Kill it and go P2P

    Applications 07 Nov 12:04

  • Comet staff should be for life, not just for Christmas

    Dixons to recruit 2,000 for festive peak season

    The Channel 07 Nov 12:14

  • Microsoft mulls 'Xbox Surface' slate for games

    Logical seven-inch extension of SmartGlass?

    Hardware 07 Nov 12:26

  • The genetic button that could turn a WOMAN into a CHIMPANZEE

    Or a man, of course. Just doing our bit for equality

    Science 07 Nov 12:44

  • Fujitsu guru: Win 8 will triumph. And we'll have brain plugs in 2027

    Quite literally inside the mind of the CTO

    The Channel 07 Nov 13:00

  • Apple engineers 'pay no attention to anyone's patents', court told

    Cupertino ordered to pay $368m as FaceTime infringes VPN tech

    Law 07 Nov 13:20

  • Virgin launches TV Anywhere streaming

    Playing catch up

    Media 07 Nov 13:34

  • UK prosecutors, cops ponder new probe into NASA hacker McKinnon

    Lawyers, plods to meet following 'preliminary enquiries'

    Security 07 Nov 13:36

  • 2.5 million trades a DAY: How ISE admins became Puppet masters

    Penguins and Windows kids pull strings

    Data Centre 07 Nov 14:00

  • Juniper in shock dump of biggest supplier

    Plexus finds Facebook status suddenly 'single'

    Data Networking 07 Nov 14:22

  • Fallen flash star STEC sputters: We're cutting our OEM losses

    Plays the joker in the PCIe card game

    Storage 07 Nov 14:52

  • Adobe spurts spackle* into Flash's gaping holes

    Google strikes again leaving Player moist and lumpy

    Security 07 Nov 14:57

  • Apple tries to add Galaxy Note, Jelly Bean to patent slapfest

    Slab market is OURS, says so right in the Bible

    Law 07 Nov 15:17

  • President Obama declares VICTORY over JUSTIN BIEBER

    I think we all know who the real enemy is

    Government 07 Nov 15:27

  • Bald? Looking old before your time? Don't panic, but you might DIE

    It's not the years, it's the mileage, say docs

    Science 07 Nov 15:27

  • Big Data and analytics: Reg survey crunches the numbers

    Dazzling new solutions or irritating new hype?

    CIO 07 Nov 15:28

  • Flooded inboxes derail New Jersey vote-by-email scheme

    Official directs voters to PERSONAL HOTMAIL

    Government 07 Nov 15:55

  • Pixar names HQ after Steve Jobs

    Apple founder's name goes up above the front door

    Media 07 Nov 16:07

  • AT&T spaffs another $14bn on 4G cellular and fibre

    Aims to get in below the ground floor

    Networks 07 Nov 16:11

  • Office for Android, Apple iOS: 'REALLY REAL this time' - report

    O please please let us fondle our spreadsheets

    Applications 07 Nov 16:28

  • Apple screen maker preps 'retina' iPad Mini panel, pants reporter

    Or maybe, just maybe a 5.2in iPhone 6

    Hardware 07 Nov 16:43

  • CSC pops its cork after slashing costs faster than expected

    Turns a profit, worries about the US and Europe

    The Channel 07 Nov 17:01

  • Lenovo ships first US-designed server

    Still built in China, though

    Servers 07 Nov 17:40

  • Widow lost savings in Facebook stock, sues all concerned for $1.9m

    It says 'bumwad from Bank of Toyland' right on it

    Law 07 Nov 17:52

  • 'iPhone 5 is so easily scratched we just can't get them out the door'

    Fiendish mobe impossible to make in any numbers

    Hardware 07 Nov 17:59

  • Boffins splash fluids on special soggy biscuits in anti-flood demo

    China's 'Silicon Valley' builds bricks that let water IN

    Science 07 Nov 18:28

  • Sprint snags spectrum, and customers, from US Cellular

    $800 a customer, and we'll throw in spectrum too

    Mobile 07 Nov 18:33

  • Hitachi offers to cram 300TB of hardness into your array tray

    Fast flash memory lovin' for your virty storage boxes

    Storage 07 Nov 19:12

  • Microsoft boasts of Big Data chops for in-memory SQL

    Data warehousing gets handier with Hadoop

    Software 07 Nov 20:27

  • AMD shutters German Linux lab, gives devs the axe

    Kernel contributors sent packing

    Operating Systems 07 Nov 20:45

  • Microsoft patents spy-TV to check you've paid for content

    Buying content by the friend

    Media 07 Nov 22:00