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15th January 2013 Archive

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  • Siri, will Chrome's new speech features kill you?

    Google bakes Web Speech API into browser beta

    Applications 15 00:23

  • RIM adds 15,000 new BlackBerry 10 apps in one weekend

    Crisp $100 bills waved in devs' faces

    Developer 15 00:39

  • Hyperspeed travel looks wrong: Leicester students

    Movie-makers ignore the Doppler shift

    Science 15 02:14

  • DDN grabs first slab of 100PB storage cloud

    Australia's Research Data Storage Infrastructure is coming online

    Storage 15 02:52

  • Swedish school puts Minecraft on the curriculum

    Those are some lucky students

    Games 15 03:22

  • IRENA launches global renewable energy atlas

    Shines a light on wind and solar to help spur adoption

    Science 15 03:38

  • China's Android users warned of giant botnet

    One million infected by MKD Trojan, and counting

    Security 15 06:07

  • Singapore allows pre-crime strikes against online crooks

    Hack first, ask questions later, to protect vital infrastructure

    Policy 15 06:19

  • DoJ to Kim Dotcom: We never asked you to retain files

    US authorities rubbish entrapment claims

    Law 15 07:01

  • Titsup Windows Phone 8 orders user to cram 'boot disc' in mobe

    Baffling 'black touchscreen of death' emerges on web

    Developer 15 07:03

  • Hooking offshore wind farms into UK grid will HIKE bills, MPs warn

    'Leccy supply deals will bankroll investors, bankrupt us

    Government 15 07:32

  • Satnav blunder sends Belgian granny 1,450km to Croatia

    Quick trip to the station ends in two-day odyssey

    Bootnotes 15 08:01

  • Today's antivirus apps ARE 'worse at slaying hidden threats'

    But they're not as rubbish as those other researchers said

    Security 15 08:33

  • Microsoft ends Mac users' Windows Phone 8 misery

    Stone the crows, fanbois can actually use their mobes now

    Mobile 15 09:02

  • Smooth criminals spared the clink for hacking Sony's Jacko archive

    100 hours of unpaid graft for music raid. Now who's bad?

    Media 15 09:18

  • BT's shock new wheeze: Make phone calls from smartphones

    There is method in this VoIP app madness

    Mobile 15 09:42

  • Ex-Xsigo CEO grabs reins at Brocade: Will he sell or will he grow?

    Lloyd Carney replaces Michael Klayko

    Storage 15 10:14

  • IBM brains ponder universe, say kids will go nuts for STEAMPUNK

    Data-crunching beasts crack key problems facing humanity

    Management 15 10:38

  • Just who is the mystery gobbler of flash upstart GridIron?

    And did they pay $300m for the TurboCharger maker?

    Storage 15 11:05

  • Amazon-bashed HMV calls in administrators, seeks buyer

    Slightly battered gramophone, dog - only to good home

    Financial News 15 11:25

  • Flash pioneer STEC invests in ZFS zealot Nexenta

    Open storage software firm gets cash injection

    Financial News 15 11:49

  • Media barons threaten to spike UK.gov's audacious copyright grab

    Instagram-like gobble of pics and code dragged into courts

    Law 15 12:15

  • Privacy winds blow through Clouds towards Switzerland

    Safe haven guaranteed?

    Hosting 15 12:19

  • Former PayPal, eBay hackers strap a rocket onto MongoDB

    NoSQL cloud runs on flashy hydrazine

    Cloud 15 12:29

  • Sheffield ISP: You don't need a whole IPv4 address to yourself, right?

    PlusNet seeks volunteers - just for a tick, until IPv6

    Hosting 15 12:46

  • Hortonworks adds Ambari control freak to Hadoopery

    Downloads and business are booming for open source data munching

    Cloud 15 13:00

  • UK falls behind in global graphene patent race

    Chinese physicists have already outlapped the lot

    Science 15 13:19

  • WTF is... WebRTC?

    Voice and video communications game changer

    Networks 15 13:44

  • Belgian watchdog barks at Apple: Take care when you flog that warranty

    EU consumers need to know their rights

    Law 15 14:03

  • Ex-Doctor Who babe Karen Gillan touts dodgy diet pills in twit gaffe

    Amy Pond actress tackles new kind of monster - hackers

    Media 15 14:28

  • HP dangles axe over Autonomy salesmen, cash wad over coders

    70 layoffs planned in push for mobe video software

    The Channel 15 15:02

  • Mysterious Facebook product plumps up shares on Wall Street

    Fat goose or slim pickings coming later today?

    Media 15 15:29

  • Grey Matter cashes in on solving software licensing mysteries

    Sales and profits up in fiscal 2012

    The Channel 15 15:35

  • Google denies smacking Botswanan ass

    Street View donkey outrage shakes cyberspace

    Bootnotes 15 16:03

  • Verizon puffs up Terremark cloud over London and Dallas

    Offers per VM pricing, Federal-grade security to enterprises

    Cloud 15 16:32

  • Latest Java patch is not enough, warns US gov: Axe plugins NOW

    Metasploit boss says Oracle needs TWO years to make everything good

    Security 15 17:02

  • Live blog: Facebook's 'screw you' to Google revealed at last

    Zuckerberg's big unveil as it happens. And, no, it's not a phone

    Business 15 18:02

  • Storage glitches fell Australian supercomputers

    DDN and SGI find fix after faulty firmware fingered for Fornax fail

    HPC 15 21:00

  • NASA snaps pics of China's 'Airpocalypse' pollution disaster

    Bad from orbit, worse on the ground, shades of London '52

    Science 15 21:05

  • Google ordered to identify bloggers

    Australian defamation case a headache for Mountain View

    Law 15 21:36

  • Microsoft control freaks Server 2012 clouds with System Center SP1

    Wraps up Azure cloud smarts for service providers

    Cloud 15 21:51

  • Long-delayed Fedora Linux 18 arrives at last

    'Spherical Cow' brings updates for desktop, cloud, and more

    Operating Systems 15 22:32

  • Empire says ‘primitive’ Earth not ready for Death Star

    Imperial Press Release strikes back against Obama's Death Star decree

    Bootnotes 15 23:07