11th March 2013 Archive

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  • Boy Scouts get Game Design badge

    Programming, animation, CAD and 'digital technology' also in the works

    Games 11 00:42

  • IT sector needs to keep getting greener: Alcatel-Lucent study

    Without efficiency, tech could make a mess of greenhouse targets

    Management 11 02:28

  • Australia's central Bank hoses down Chinese hack report

    Reserve Bank says attacks contained, no data lost

    Security 11 05:34

  • Era of the Pharaohs: Climate was HOTTER THAN NOW, without CO2

    And yet ... Alexandria was NOT a flooded island. Weird

    Science 11 06:02

  • Cisco opens in Myanmar as US tech firms eye fresh territory

    USAID delegation grooming isolated state

    Business 11 06:16

  • Microsoft exec selling his Surface tablet

    Not dumping, upgrading

    Hardware 11 06:32

  • There's cling-ons on the starboard bow! Trekkies' wallets under attack

    Clip-on Star Trek comms badges lead crowd-funding projects

    Hardware 11 07:02

  • Feeling lucky, punk? Storage biz crams virty PCs into RAM

    Still backs up over the network. Just in case, like

    Storage 11 08:02

  • Uni profs: Kids today could do with a bit of 'mind-crippling' COBOL

    Forget Lua, time go to old skool

    Developer 11 08:31

  • Six things a text editor must do - or it's a one-way trip to the trash

    Does your source code editor pass the Verity test?

    Verity Stob 11 09:02

  • EU mulls almost-anonymisation of folks' data to cut biz some slack

    What does it matter if millions of 'Joe Bloggs' records are leaked?

    Government 11 09:34

  • SOD Big Data! Most of what you're keeping is digital landfill

    There'll NEVER be analytics good enough to sort through this dusty pile

    The Channel 11 10:03

  • UK's £500m web dole queue project director replaced after JUST 4 months

    DWP sidelines Universal Credit IT overseer Hilary Reynolds

    Government 11 10:13

  • Ethernet switch pitch less of a b*tch as 2012 comes to a close

    10GE starts to ramp and the 40GE shows some backbone

    Data Networking 11 10:35

  • Multimillionaire Brit games dev wants your cash for Shroud of the Avatar

    Lord British kickstarts new fantasy RPG

    Games 11 11:13

  • Tech fest 'net activists offer free 'Super Wi-Fi': Now go tell the FCC

    Spectrum's not just for mobile giants, yeah?

    Mobile 11 11:45

  • Ten serious sci-fi films for the sentient fan

    In space, no one can hear you ponder the eternal verities

    Top Ten 11 12:00

  • Cloud storage matters. Really matters...

    Your hidden weak link?

    Storage 11 12:14

  • Ancient revellers came to party... and build Stonehenge - boffins

    Thousands of Brits feasted, caroused, erected massive stone circle

    Science 11 12:19

  • Storage fan seeks 'mature' cash cow for 'something more'

    Oh VMAX we love you...

    Storage 11 12:32

  • New UK cyber-champ: Chemist's winning formula cracks 'F1 race hack'

    Free radical beats year-long security challenge

    Security 11 12:43

  • Keep calm and carry on flogging: Dell soothes troops as buyout looms

    Or unravels, depending on how you look at it

    Business 11 13:03

  • Amazon tries to shut .book in face of authors, publishers

    .READ it and weep: Online retailer bids for studious gTLDs

    Hosting 11 13:14

  • 'Wireless charging' in Galaxy S4 will betray Samsung's best pal

    Qualcomm thrown under a bus in Qi battery top-up rumour

    Phones 11 13:37

  • Dell's having a fiddle with Violin Memory - but will it flash the cash?

    It makes sense to El Reg's storage desk

    Storage 11 14:04

  • 1 in 7 WinXP-using biz bods DON'T KNOW Microsoft is pulling the plug

    Survey - Redmond so busy pushing Win 8, some IT directors didn't get the memo

    Management 11 14:34

  • Backup upstart Actifio flicks the safety off in storage standoff

    Another $50m bullet in the chamber. Who's going to buy it before it fires?

    Storage 11 15:04

  • En Garde! Villagers FIGHT OFF FRENCH INVASION MENACE

    We shall fight them on the beaches, we shall fight in electromagnetic fields

    Mobile 11 15:35

  • Apple finally flips switch on HTTPS by default in App Store

    Left mobile devices open to man-in-the-middle attacks for MONTHS

    Mobile 11 16:04

  • Deja vote: Iran blocks VPN use ahead of elections

    Crashes YouTube and Facebook at the same time - report

    Networks 11 16:33

  • Blighty's IT support services to decline in 2013, 2014, 2015....

    Break-fix market is broken, says TechMarketView

    The Channel 11 16:52

  • New Apple TV may hint at Apple-Samsung divorce

    One shrinking chip may have growing implications

    Hardware 11 20:03

  • Marvel: 'Come and get 'em! 700 first-issue comics! FREE!'

    But hurry: Downloads for the low, low price of zero end on Tuesday

    Media 11 20:14

  • Self-healing chips survive repeated LASER BLASTS

    Terminator tech keeps running despite multiple faults

    Hardware 11 21:18

  • Fujitsu makes Windows Server 2012 see double

    Double-stuffed and clustered Primergy racker aimed at SMBs

    Servers 11 21:34

  • Tripwire buys nCircle

    Squaring the circle

    Security 11 21:37

  • EMC rakes in more and more storage biz, followers fiddle feebly

    Big Blue in second place with less than half EMC's biz

    Storage 11 22:04

  • Jennifer Lopez gets you more Facebook friends than Iron Maiden

    You are what you Like

    Networks 11 22:18

  • Microsoft Flash FLIP-FLOP: it's now IE10 default for Win8, WinRT

    Only 4% of sites still considered off-limits

    Applications 11 22:31

  • Earth bombarded by interplanetary SLIME MONSTERS

    'We are not alone' is the message of Invasion of the Hystrichospheres

    Science 11 22:58