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4th January 2013 Archive

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  • 'Holey code, Batman!' Microsoft to patch 12 vulns on Tuesday

    Christmas zero-day flaw not included

    Security 04 00:13

  • Wi-Fi, WiGig Alliances to wed, breed 60GHz progeny

    Beyond mere Wi-Fi into a hella-fast world of wireless wedlock

    Hardware 04 01:08

  • Polaroid plans retail Fotobars to print out your pics

    Tries 20th century solution to company woes

    Hardware 04 01:28

  • Browser makers rush to block fake Google.com security cert

    Turkish authority's goof could compromise data

    Security 04 01:46

  • Satnav-murdering Google slips its Maps into car dashboards

    If you must have fleshy drivers at least we can tell them where to go

    Applications 04 07:02

  • Lights, camera, infection: HACKERS get Bollywood makeover

    Virus comedy-thriller but no sign of Angelina Jolie, boo

    Media 04 08:06

  • US court ungags Yelp reviewer who dissed builder

    Negative review can stay - BUT if it's not true, you're in trouble

    Law 04 09:05

  • Social media and the channel marketing Fear Factor

    Around half of resellers swerve Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn Campaigns

    The Channel 04 09:42

  • Bringing Iron Man to life: Exoskeletons, armour and jet packs

    Power without the muscle of Banner and Captain America

    Science 04 10:02

  • Up your wormhole: Star Trek Deep Space 9 turns 20

    Defiantly different yet still boldly going

    Media 04 10:20

  • Microsoft: We're SO SORRY for Media Center TV guide titsup

    Telly info now back for Brits, Irish on todo list

    Software 04 11:02

  • Google wriggles out of FTC search smackdown. Now to Europe!

    Fight or flight time for commissioner Almunia

    Policy 04 11:33

  • She's a beauty! Super WATER-RICH Mars rock FOUND

    Meteorite is missing link to Red Planet's wet past

    Science 04 12:03

  • Review: Lego Lord of the Rings game

    One brick to rule them all

    Games 04 12:28

  • Eric Schmidt's Norks outing poorly timed, tuts US govt

    'A private affair' Awkward!

    Government 04 13:10

  • Sinofsky's new blogski: Windows 8 king reborn as management guru

    Ex-Microsoft exec knows all about 'bringing products to market'

    Management 04 13:39

  • EMC flies in Azure bods for TOP SECRET 'data plane' project

    But will new agent Bourne shoot to kill Atmos?

    Storage 04 14:02

  • This photo slide scanner costs €60... The bundled malware? That's free

    Pre-pwned device on sale riddled with worms

    Security 04 14:32

  • El Reg's 'Chuck Norris' faces down charging elephant

    Provocative pachyderm becomes unit of rocket thrust

    SPB 04 15:04

  • China fines Samsung and LG for LCD price-fixing

    Follows similar action from EU and US

    Government 04 15:31

  • Victory on mobile belongs to Google in 2013

    Data beats Apple's polish

    Management 04 16:06

  • 'SHUT THE F**K UP!' The moment Linus Torvalds ruined a dev's year

    Top tip: Don't break users' apps

    Operating Systems 04 16:41

  • Ubisoft probes sudden rash of hijack attacks on gamers' accounts

    'Maybe you should log in with FACEBOOK'

    Games 04 17:18

  • IT sector bumped up jobs in the US in December

    Computer design hot, chip making not so much

    Jobs 04 18:02

  • Minicam movie pirate gets record-breaking five years in prison

    IMAGiNE crew shares over 12 years in sentences

    Law 04 20:07

  • US Patent Office seeks public input on software patents' future

    Roundtable discussions scheduled for February

    Policy 04 21:29

  • Cray misses revenue targets for Q4

    Blue Waters super booked, but Titan still put through paces

    HPC 04 21:30

  • Anonymous turns private eye in Ohio rape case

    Releases purloined data after hacking attack

    Law 04 22:51

  • Where do old supercomputers go to die? New Mexico

    Encanto heads to the academic chop shop and scrap heap

    HPC 04 23:01