11th January 2013 Archive

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  • Help a US gov't agency switch to open source, win $3 million

    Veterans Affairs holding contest to upgrade systems

    Developer 11 00:44

  • Nokia decrypts browser traffic, assures public not to worry

    It’s acceleration, not snooping, say Finns

    Mobile 11 01:02

  • ST-Ericsson uncloaks 2.5GHz Jekyll & Hyde smartphone chip

    First out of the gate with FD-SOI and power-saving eQuad tech

    Phones 11 01:11

  • IBM scales down PureApplication cloudy boxes

    Fewer nodes and less storage, and presumably at a lower price

    Servers 11 01:16

  • Boffins develop microwave weed-zapper

    Backyard Triffid exterminator could be yours in five years

    Science 11 01:53

  • Nokia's Q4 'beat expectations' despite ongoing sales slump

    Investors desperate for good news got some

    Financial News 11 02:50

  • SAP plans HANA education push to channel partners

    Business Suite for all

    Software 11 03:03

  • Mozilla to Adobe: PDFs don't need no more steenking plugins

    Firefox beta renders PDFs with HTML 5

    Software 11 04:15

  • Hackers deface Indonesian president’s website

    It’s payback time for SBY

    Security 11 05:09

  • Time has already run out for smart watches

    Ugly, limited, devices are a wind up

    Hardware 11 05:47

  • China censors chat users outside China

    report says messages discussing press freedom campaign blocked

    Government 11 06:01

  • Razzies set to torpedo pop minx Rihanna's Battleship

    Twilight also in crap movie awards' sights

    Bootnotes 11 07:04

  • Raise a beer: Titans of tech fill out 'Worst CEOs' list

    Hoodied honcho Zuck gets shout-out, Zinga man comes third

    Management 11 07:32

  • Forget 3D: 13,000 UK homes still watch TV in black and white

    Manchester surprising hotspot for greyscale telly

    Media 11 08:02

  • Happy now? Mobiles, cloud, big data now 'a growing security risk'

    Wheels are about to fall off those bandwagons, warn EU advisors

    Security 11 08:19

  • Blighty's schools shake on new 3-year deal with Microsoft

    Freeware and new prices to 'save £10m' for UK says DfE

    The Channel 11 08:38

  • Nipper's toy train enjoys journey to edge of SPAAAAACE

    Brit-built locomotive smiles its way heavenwards

    SPB 11 08:57

  • Which sneaky storage upstart is drilling into software-network craze?

    PernixData: Do you think they'll notice us slipping in?

    Storage 11 09:31

  • Fatty French Kilogram needs a new-year diet, say Brit boffins

    Methanol, Soxhlet and an ozone detox is what's needed

    Science 11 10:02

  • Ten stars of CES 2013: Who made the biggest splash?

    Las Vegas eye-catchers

    Hardware 11 10:22

  • Is this possibly the worst broadband in the world?

    Web crawler

    Broadband 11 10:30

  • Why mergers LOSE money, but are GOOD for the economy

    Takeovers never deliver... and disties are no different

    Financial News 11 11:02

  • O2 refuses to deny plans to offload home broadband product

    Sale may happen after converged core migration completes, source tells El Reg

    Broadband 11 11:16

  • 'Mauro, SHUT THE F**K UP!'

    Plus: 'We firmly believe that it is our Hell Fire Belief'

    Developer 11 11:33

  • 'Better than Adobe' Foxit PDF plugin hit by worse-than-Adobe 0-day

    New security hole: How an evil URL will ruin your day

    Security 11 11:46

  • Review: Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 Windows 8 convertible Ultrabook

    A meditation on the portable PC

    Laptops 11 12:00

  • EU floats growth plan: Aim power hose of cash at oldsters, web start-ups

    You'd best make your own jobs, folks...

    Government 11 12:18

  • New tool jailbreaks Microsoft Surface slabs in 20 SECONDS

    Bam! Run any desktop app. Pow! Samsung kills Win 8 tab

    Security 11 12:37

  • iPhones, tablets... Pah: By 2020, we'll froth over hot new SOFTWEAR

    Cyborg me up - I'm ready and waiting for it, says El Reg's Trevor

    Developer 11 13:04

  • Apple rubbishes rumours of iPhone for the masses

    What are we, Samsung?

    Mobile 11 13:22

  • EU antitrust chief growls at Google, hopes to avoid sanctions

    Ignores 'noise and fury' from cymbal-clashing Microsoft camp

    Government 11 13:38

  • British armed forces get first new pistol since World War II

    Finally catch up with US drug dealers of the 1990s

    Government 11 13:59

  • Vodafone goes titsup for BlackBerrys in mobile data outage

    Yet another reason to down tools and head to the pub on Friday afternoon

    Mobile 11 14:06

  • Europe's cybercrime fighters get new digs... complete with Faraday room

    Europol coppers set up shop in The Hague

    Security 11 14:33

  • Nokia: Ship's now stable, all we need is passengers

    Everything's rosy except Lumia

    Mobile 11 15:04

  • Biz users, hard-up punters: Nobody loves Windows 8

    Touch is for consumers but consumers won't touch lonely Microsoft OS

    The Channel 11 15:18

  • Largest ever spiral galaxy spotted - may give birth to dwarf baby

    'Youngest, hottest stars' helped boffins realise how massive NGC6872 is

    Science 11 15:36

  • Next-gen H.265 video baked into Broadcom's monster TV brain

    March to MPEG-5 for mobes, 4K screens reaches silicon

    Developer 11 15:57

  • Bad news: PC slump worse than feared. Good news: It's Friday

    Blame Windows 8, BYOD, smartphones, and tablets

    Hardware 11 16:34

  • Vibrator guru on pleasure tech: 'Of all the places you'd want a quality UI....'

    Former bomb suit maker on how he saw an opening and... filled the need

    Mobile 11 17:04

  • Forrester: IT spending facing challenges in 2013

    Particularly in Europe, and in servers and storage

    Management 11 21:23

  • Reuters rubbishes report rubbishing cheap iPhone rumor

    Chinese paper changed tune at Apple's request

    Mobile 11 21:49

  • Oracle management tools top critical list in quarterly patch party

    No sign of a Java fix however

    Security 11 22:53