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27th June 2013 Archive

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  • Facebook reveals TAO - the data store for its social graph

    Calmly serves ONE BEEEELION reads per second

    Servers 27 Jun 00:35

  • Windows Store apps for Office probably won't ship until 2014

    PowerPoint demo shows little progress made

    Applications 27 Jun 02:39

  • China's piracy watchdog to keep tabs on Amazon, Apple & co

    Authorities will keep a closer eye on more sites in ongoing crackdown

    Government 27 Jun 03:03

  • Opera network cracked

    Malware signed with copied certificate

    Security 27 Jun 03:30

  • Help El Reg welcome our new boss

    Support our NBN study for the price of red undies

    Broadband 27 Jun 04:03

  • PayPal and SETI aim to go galactic with off-planet currency system

    In space, the tax-man might make you scream

    Software 27 Jun 04:04

  • Indian govt blocks 40 smut sites, forgets to give reason

    Don't mind us, we're just censoring your content for you...

    Government 27 Jun 04:11

  • Trick-cyclist's claim: I have FOUND how to get GIRLS INTO TECH

    Massive campaign of media lies ought to do it, says prof

    Science 27 Jun 04:58

  • Oz's 2013 heatwave was man made

    Dancing on the edge of the bell curve

    Science 27 Jun 05:00

  • WarGames IMSAI machine for sale (again)

    A real piece of apocryphal computer history

    Bootnotes 27 Jun 05:30

  • Virtualisation: Where are my savings?

    Live today at 11:00 BST

    Virtualization 27 Jun 07:00

  • Welsh gov beats off Canada to hand £1m to Nintendo dev

    New R&D centre will create 60 jobs

    Developer 27 Jun 07:35

  • Dancing Sepp Blatter on 'World Cup site' creates security flap

    Footy kingpin spotted throwing electronically doctored shapes

    Security 27 Jun 08:04

  • Think you're streaming Superman? Think again, punk

    Slideshare hit by Man of Steel Spam sign-up scams

    Security 27 Jun 08:27

  • Speaking in Tech: I say 'software defined storage', you win the internet

    Buzzword abuse, data centres, er, unicorns and glitter and more...

    Cloud Infrastructure 27 Jun 09:06

  • Korean doctors: Smartphones really ARE doing your head in

    Warning from the future as gadget-mad Koreans get early onset dementia

    Phones 27 Jun 09:33

  • Osbo jacks up spending on spooks to keep us safe from TERROR

    UK's chief purse-string-puller chucks cash at GCHQ et al

    Government 27 Jun 10:04

  • Intel's taking a serious look at object storage. What's their game?

    Decoding Chipzilla's objective for long-term storage

    Storage 27 Jun 10:24

  • Daisy petals close around midge MoCo

    Engulfs another chunk of mobile-air space along with it

    The Channel 27 Jun 10:35

  • Privacy activists sue FBI for access to facial recognition records

    Feds ignore FOIA queries about massive biometrics database

    Security 27 Jun 10:44

  • How City IT is under attack from politicians, diesel bugs, HR

    Oh, and the stock exchange could blow any moment....

    Jobs 27 Jun 11:04

  • Radio hams tell Ofcom: Put that Wi-Fi mob back in their place

    They'll crowd us off the airwaves, huff beardy crew

    Mobile 27 Jun 11:17

  • Throwing arms let humans rise above poo-flinging apes to play CRICKET

    Also baseball, while chimps can only play rounders and suchlike

    Science 27 Jun 11:48

  • Flippin' Equus! Unfeasibly old horse bone DNA triumph

    Gee-gee ancestor appeared 4 million years ago

    Science 27 Jun 12:02

  • UK.gov finally admits it will MISS superfast broadband target

    Extra £250m of licence fee cash now to 'connect 95% by 2017'

    Broadband 27 Jun 12:17

  • LOHAN cranks up old-school clockwork failsafe

    Rocket motor ignition back-up gets the tick-tock treatment

    SPB 27 Jun 12:35

  • That voice you hear from the cloud is Microsoft’s

    Unified communications as a service

    Cloud 27 Jun 13:17

  • Secret US spy court lets Microsoft, Google reveal their petitions

    We'll see their pleas to be ungagged, no actual gags will be dropped

    Security 27 Jun 13:17

  • MSX: The Japanese are coming! The Japanese are coming!

    The first would-be home computing standard... 30 years on

    Vintage 27 Jun 13:27

  • iOS7 headshaking interface revealed

    Face! Face! Face! Give beauty! Face!

    Developer 27 Jun 14:02

  • Labels to get, count them, 0.13 cents per play on Apple iRadio

    If the entire human race plays a tune, it makes ... $11m

    Media 27 Jun 14:28

  • UK sitting on top of at least 50 years of shale gas – report

    Hey, let's reverse the pipelines and undercut the Russians!

    Financial News 27 Jun 14:55

  • Dish DASHED: No Sprint, no Clearwire, no spectrum. No sale

    US satellite telly giant loses out

    Networks 27 Jun 15:28

  • Kaminario: We can keep it up longer than other flash array bods

    Rolls out 7-year guarantee... but read the fine print

    Storage 27 Jun 15:52

  • Ex-VMware ops chief floats over to Salesforce rival

    Hey, you, get offa my cloud

    Cloud 27 Jun 16:11

  • US cops make 'first ever' Bitcoin seizure following house raid

    Virtual currency confiscated from alleged drug dealer

    Law 27 Jun 16:52

  • SanDisk pumps a few million into cloudy upstart Panzura

    Quietly extending tentacles into enterprise flash

    Storage 27 Jun 17:04

  • Obama says US won't scramble jets or twist arms for Snowden

    'He's just a 29 year-old hacker'

    Government 27 Jun 18:19

  • Apple threatens ANOTHER Samsung patent lawsuit

    Legal beagles miffed at judge's refusal to add Galaxy S 4 to ongoing suit

    Law 27 Jun 19:06

  • British lord sets new world electric vehicle speed record

    Former UK science minister crushes 39-year speed barrier

    Hardware 27 Jun 21:30

  • Andreessen, Metcalfe, Stallman and Swartz added to Internet Hall of Fame

    Now to find an award's venue that isn't rioting

    Policy 27 Jun 21:33

  • Sean Parker: 'My fairy-tale wedding harmed no trees'

    Billionaire rails against journos, bloggers, and steelhead trout

    Bootnotes 27 Jun 22:10

  • German engineers demo ROBOT APE

    Knuckle-walking metal gorilla

    Science 27 Jun 23:00

  • Oracle cranks up SuperCluster with Sparc T5 engines

    Anything Big Blue can do, Big Red can do cheaper – and better

    Servers 27 Jun 23:17

  • Windows 8.1: 'It's good for enterprises, too,' says Redmond

    Maybe this version won't get you laughed out of the office

    Operating Systems 27 Jun 23:55