14th January 2013 Archive

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  • Cisco sued by East Carolina University

    Apparently tomorrow starts in Greenville, not San Jose

    Law 14 Jan 00:59

  • Unbelievably vast quasar cluster forces universe-sized rethink

    Hiding in plain sight: discovery came from public data

    Science 14 Jan 01:07

  • Brit robojet ‘Taranis’ set for Oz test flight

    Report says drone will finally fly in Spring

    Government 14 Jan 04:57

  • India's tough hacker crackdown: IT security leaflets with every device

    Vendors cry foul over packaging problems

    Government 14 Jan 05:49

  • Sorry for the censorship says Chinese chat service

    Tencent blames technical glitch for WeChat foreign censorship incident

    Networks 14 Jan 06:38

  • With a few tweaks to 3PAR, HP might crash all-flash array party


    Storage 14 Jan 07:02

  • Biz barons jumpy over EU draft data protection reforms

    Might they be wanting their pre-ticked boxes back?

    Law 14 Jan 08:02

  • Hey, open sourcers: Who's your code's daddy?

    VMware's dealings with Vert.x founder should serve as a warning

    Developer 14 Jan 08:58

  • Xyratex bleeds money, flogs HPC and Big Data arrays to survive

    But major OEM wants 'traditional' storage, insists hard-pressed firm

    Storage 14 Jan 09:33

  • Apple raids Xerox YET AGAIN - for its chief beancounter

    Cupertino's latest hotshot named

    Financial News 14 Jan 10:02

  • Microsoft flings out emergency patch for Iatest gaping IE hole

    Monday 'fun' for sysadmins

    Security 14 Jan 10:29

  • You know flash is king when disk giant Seagate grows its SSD line

    Plus: Might elbow its way into PCIe server flash card market

    Storage 14 Jan 10:58

  • CIOs: Don't listen to tech vendors on ICT skills, listen to US

    Computer Science should count as an actual science

    CIO 14 Jan 11:18

  • Disney World slaps pay-by-bonk stalker cuffs on grown-ups

    Cashless payments mean parents cough more cash

    Mobile 14 Jan 11:42

  • Review: Google Nexus 4

    At last, we got one

    Hardware 14 Jan 12:02

  • YOUR Cisco VoIP phone is easily TAPPED, warns CompSci prof

    Eavesdrop on calls using kernel security bug

    Security 14 Jan 12:22

  • Anonymous hacks MIT websites after Aaron Swartz's death

    Calls for law reform after suicide of indicted net activist

    Security 14 Jan 12:42

  • Twitter's Tweetdeck must 'file accounts or be struck off'

    Failure to file finances puts outfit in hot water - report

    Developer 14 Jan 12:58

  • Now Microsoft 'actively investigates' Surface slab jailbreak tool

    'Appropriate action taken as necessary' against Windows RT hack

    Developer 14 Jan 13:24

  • FTC chief fends off critics over THAT Google decision

    'A win for consumers', Jon Leibowitz insists

    Policy 14 Jan 13:59

  • Apple 'slashes iPhone 5 screen orders', tight-fisted fanbois blamed

    Shares dip after supply chain whispers of weak sales

    Mobile 14 Jan 14:32

  • Zuck on that! Instagram loses HALF its hipsters in a month

    People do care about copyright - when it's their own

    Mobile 14 Jan 14:57

  • Bubble baron treats Space Station crew to blowup model

    Bigelow to build $17.8m tent for SCIENCE

    Science 14 Jan 15:27

  • Adobe's Flex grabs top project slot at Apache

    Shrinking future ahoy

    Developer 14 Jan 16:01

  • How to build a perfect private cloud with Windows Server 2012

    Microsoft's handy kit

    Data Centre 14 Jan 16:09

  • Stroppy investor to Xyratex: Pah... research! Who spends money on THAT?

    Insists storage firm's strategy is 'flawed', board changes needed

    Storage 14 Jan 16:58

  • HP maintains seat atop wheezing, spavined PC market

    Windows 8 whip fails to get weary donkey galloping

    The Channel 14 Jan 17:26

  • 'Red October' has been spying on WORLD LEADERS for 5 years - researchers

    New flavour of cyberespionage malware uncovered by security bods

    Security 14 Jan 18:04

  • Lenovo said to release Intel and ARM Android convertibles

    Hmm... which will prove more popular?

    Laptops 14 Jan 19:38

  • Scientists spin carbon nanotube threads on industrial scale

    Stronger than steel, conductive as copper, thinner than human hair

    Science 14 Jan 19:41

  • Rumors say Dell again thinking of going private

    A merger with Samsung would probably be a lot less stupid

    Business 14 Jan 21:28

  • Computers are 'electronic cocaine' that make you MANIC

    Curse you, reptile brain stem!

    Science 14 Jan 21:55

  • John McAfee goes Hollywood with Warner Bros. movie deal

    Just one of many irons in the fire

    Security 14 Jan 22:26

  • DefenseCode turns up Linksys zero-day

    World awaits patch

    Security 14 Jan 23:22

  • Dell PowerEdge boots up after Hurricane Sandy acid bath

    Keep bags of rice handy – and dry – ahead of superstorms

    Servers 14 Jan 23:44