21st May 2013 Archive

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  • VMware taps ex-Ciscoer as channel chief

    The channel is the key to Virtzilla's impending vCloud Hybrid Service

    Cloud 21 May 00:10

  • Alteryx grabs cash to simplify analytics

    Lets pointy-haired bosses think they're 'data artisans'

    Business 21 May 00:43

  • China breaks ceasefire, restarts hacking US government

    Officials say it's time to move beyond 'jaw jaw'

    Science 21 May 00:50

  • AT&T to relax restrictions on FaceTime, video chat

    New contractual shenanigans to arrive in June?

    Mobile 21 May 00:54

  • Chocolate Factory chucks out Checkout

    Stick your stuff in our Wallet

    Business 21 May 01:24

  • Computer use irrelevant to education outcomes, says US study

    Reading, writing and redundancy

    Policy 21 May 02:03

  • Blogger better be a billionaire, says 'open access' publisher lawsuit

    OMICS offended by 'Beall's List'

    Science 21 May 03:23

  • Infosys vows to fight Indian tax claim

    Domestic bill lands with a thud

    Law 21 May 03:47

  • Global perils of dirt, glaciers and lizardocalypse overblown, say boffins

    Another three ways the world isn't ending right now

    Science 21 May 04:59

  • Dell's PC-on-a-stick landing in July: report

    Wyse up, suckers, could this be a new set-side-stick?

    Hardware 21 May 05:58

  • German robots sent to Oz to make GPS millimetre-perfect

    Auto-builders get a home in the great outdoors

    Hardware 21 May 06:22

  • 'India attacked Norwegian telco to get at Pakistan, China' - report

    A tale of twisted IP tracks

    Security 21 May 06:42

  • Buff American beauties keen to dominate Euro youth in tech tussle

    High-performance cluster battle goes global

    HPC 21 May 07:02

  • New 4TB drive spaffs half a telly season into your eyes AT ONCE

    You like porn Game of Thrones, right? How about 16 eps simultaneously?

    Storage 21 May 07:29

  • Machine learning climbs atop Hadoop

    Pattern hoists machine-learning models onto HDFS

    Software 21 May 08:00

  • MYSTERY Nokia Lumia with gazillion-pixel camera 'spotted'

    With 20Mp sensor - NOW will you try Windows Phone 8?

    Phones 21 May 08:01

  • 'Lab-smashing' Stuxnet HELPED Iran's nuke effort, says brainiac

    'No, it didn't' says former Foreign Secretary

    Security 21 May 08:31

  • WTF is... LTE Advanced?

    Data download speeds up to 1Gbps and 500Mbps uploads - but how is it done...

    Mobile 21 May 09:04

  • Win a Nexus 7 with reed.co.uk and The Register

    And kick-start your career too...

    Jobs 21 May 09:18

  • Your hot peer-on-peer code wrestling could net $800k from Samsung

    App beauty contest encourages gizmos to hook up

    Mobile 21 May 09:34

  • Space dogs and Dragons: A brief history of reentry tech

    How a flying Frenchman paved the way for space exploration

    SPB 21 May 10:04

  • Vodafone revenues hit as customers in Europe hang onto their cash

    Verizon buy in the US saved it from posting even more dire results

    Financial News 21 May 10:24

  • Six things you should know before you roll out Office 365

    It's all in the planning

    Cloud 21 May 10:30

  • BYOD beyond the noise

    Don’t think about it, build it

    Networks 21 May 10:40

  • A backdoor into Skype for the Feds? You're joking...

    Gov-enhanced hacking capability is bad, says PGP dude

    Security 21 May 11:04

  • Our new 1.5TB lappie drive isn't thick, it's just the densest - HGST

    WD biz stakes claim on highest megabytes per mm cube

    Storage 21 May 11:36

  • Curiosity plunges its drill into Mars AGAIN, seeks life-giving sample

    Crew hopes results from second stone will back up wet Mars theory

    Science 21 May 11:59

  • BT Tower is just a relic? Wrong: It relays 18,000hrs of telly daily

    Reg goes inside and up Blighty's telecoms spire

    Geek's Guide 21 May 12:24

  • Review: Sony Xperia SP

    The new mid-range marvel? Oh yes.

    Phones 21 May 12:59

  • Syrian hacktivists hijack Telegraph's Facebook, Twitter accounts

    Why social media needs 2-factor authentication... part VIII

    Security 21 May 13:26

  • David Cameron asks UK biz to pay their low, low taxes

    Oi, Dave, less of this 'political point-scoring'

    Financial News 21 May 14:04

  • O2 brushed off outsourcing 'rumour' - but it's happening ... to THOUSANDS

    Plus 600 call-centre bods face 'voluntary redundancies', says union

    Jobs 21 May 14:32

  • Violin welcomes new grand master flash flogger

    Steven Rose to help shift upstart's arrays in EMEA, Latin America

    The Channel 21 May 14:59

  • Recession? Pah! Check out our swollen digits - CCS Media

    Reports massive profit rise in midst of economic gloom... sales growth not bad either

    The Channel 21 May 15:30

  • Private equity firm coughs £1bn for Websense

    Almost as much as Yahoo! spent on Tumblr

    Financial News 21 May 15:34

  • Irish deputy PM: You want more tax from Apple? Your problem, not ours

    Póg mo thóin, you crazy Yanks

    Financial News 21 May 16:03

  • IBM puts supercomputer Watson to work in ROBOT CALL CENTRE

    AI goes to war with angry customers human staffers

    HPC 21 May 16:59

  • AWS cloud gains critical federal security certification

    Beats off Rackspace, Microsoft, Google, for government jobs

    Government 21 May 19:29

  • Cook: Apple has 'no current plan' to pull profits out of Ireland

    Tells Senate he'd need a single-digit tax rate for that

    Policy 21 May 20:08

  • CSIRO scales up solar cell printing

    Five yards of electricity, please

    Science 21 May 20:58

  • New Intel CEO Krzanich takes reins of core product groups

    Management shakeup, new devices division launched

    CIO 21 May 21:10

  • Microsoft reveals Xbox One, the console that can read your heartbeat

    Upgrades Live service – and no always-on requirement

    Games 21 May 21:35

  • VMware public cloud aims at ESXi customers, not AWS

    And the prices will reflect that, don't doubt it

    Cloud 21 May 22:03

  • Soylent Corporation prepares to DEFEAT FOOD

    Geeks order over $100,000 of startup's 'default meal' powder

    Bootnotes 21 May 23:13