30th July 2013 Archive

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  • Dumpsters begone! App matches diners with leftovers to broke, hungry

    What could possibly go wrong? Swarming gendarmes, for one

    Applications 30 Jul 01:02

  • Google's second-gen Nexus 7 fondleslab STRIPPED BARE

    Hidden fiddly bits exposed to world+dog

    Tablets 30 Jul 01:05

  • Sony and Panasonic plan 300GB Blu-Ray replacement for 2015

    Will anyone bother with a standards war?

    Storage 30 Jul 01:08

  • The Old Reader evicts Google Reader refugees

    Tired, overworked operators reject the startup life

    Networks 30 Jul 01:58

  • Nvidia buys Portland Group for compiler smarts

    C++ and Fortran to span ARM and GPU ceepie geepies

    HPC 30 Jul 02:02

  • Foxtel farewells 3D TV, citing lack of content

    The content never got beyond two dimensions, now the images stay that way

    Media 30 Jul 02:31

  • MS brandishes 'Katana' HTTP/2.0 server

    Redmond brings its next-generation web server out to play

    Data Networking 30 Jul 03:04

  • Japanese boffins build 'robotic skin'

    Bendy circuits thinner than cling film

    Science 30 Jul 04:05

  • Robot cop called in after MAD BONGER blown up in LIQUID MARIJUANA EXPLOSION

    Dopey Colorado man gets baked

    Bootnotes 30 Jul 05:02

  • Bank of Thailand bans Bitcoin

    Buying and selling Bitcoin banned, mining them still okay

    Financial News 30 Jul 05:32

  • Microsoft to Google: Please remove us from internet

    Automated sueball generator mistakenly requests takedown of Microsoft.com pages

    Law 30 Jul 05:55

  • Russia's post-Snowden spooks have not reverted to type

    Typewriter tender reveals FSO wants ribbons for old machines, not just new kit

    Security 30 Jul 06:32

  • QLogic's save-the-biz pitch: Ditch the switch glitch - get rich

    Server adapter firm to focus on, er, server adapters...

    Storage 30 Jul 07:04

  • Crumbs, we're going to lose that public sector bid - Jeeves, send for the lawyers

    Hyper-competitive businesses file ever more complaints

    Law 30 Jul 07:23

  • Selfridges dreaming of a snot-themed Christmas

    Smock'n'frock shop in pop-up mock stock shock

    Hardware 30 Jul 08:05

  • Irish watchdog won't probe Apple, Facebook over PRISM... but COULD IT?

    Yes, and it SHOULD, says information law specialist

    Law 30 Jul 08:33

  • Typical! Google's wonder-dongle is a solution looking for a problem

    Where's the CONTENT?

    Cloud 30 Jul 09:03

  • Microsoft Exchange: To host or not to host

    Cloud, control or both?

    Software 30 Jul 09:29

  • Emulex rustles up a Mulligan for its hungry network gumble floggers

    New ops bigwig worked for arch-rival QLogic

    Data Centre 30 Jul 09:58

  • Syrian Electronic Army hijack Reuters' Twitter feed

    Pro-Assad hacktivists fail to crack White House website

    Security 30 Jul 10:23

  • Data analytics nears adulthood but has it grown up yet?

    Here's how things work in the real world...

    Applications 30 Jul 10:39

  • PEAK APPLE: iPad market share hits the skids

    Ghost of Jobs weeps as titan's legacy crumbles

    The Channel 30 Jul 11:03

  • China Labor Watch gumshoes uncover TOP SECRET PLASTIC IPHONE

    How long did you wor- OHMYHEAVENS new iPhone!

    Phones 30 Jul 11:23

  • Exposed: RSPCA drills into cops' databases, harvests private info

    Animal charity gets its paws on police data - and nobody appears to be watching

    Law 30 Jul 11:38

  • AMD's newest chip: Another step toward 'transformation'

    Server chips aren't all the AMD-ARM partnership will bring to the data center

    Hardware 30 Jul 12:03

  • Jurors start stretch in the cooler for Facebooking, Googling the accused

    'Always wanted to f**k up a paedo, now I’m within the law!' Guess again, sonny

    Law 30 Jul 12:19

  • Plods probe death threat tweets to MP - but WHO will rid us of terrible trolls?

    Have a word with their mothers

    Law 30 Jul 12:43

  • Oracle deploys lawyers against Solaris fix-it duo

    More allegations of third parties pinching Ellison & Co's code

    Software 30 Jul 12:59

  • BT's new broom turns out to be carving knife: Retail wing sliced in half

    Two-headed beast sent into 'four-way tussle with Sky, Virgin and TalkTalk'

    Networks 30 Jul 13:27

  • Dragons' Den Jones' etail biz Expansys back in the red

    Reports £18.8m loss as retail sales dive, one-off costs soar

    The Channel 30 Jul 13:59

  • Wikileaker Bradley Manning's court martial verdict expected today

    Army private faces life in prison for 'aiding the enemy'

    Security 30 Jul 14:17

  • UK economy to lose £198m if BBC and pals lose EPG slots - Ministry of Fun

    Wants laws protecting Brit media makers' special place

    Networks 30 Jul 14:40

  • Lingering fingerprint fingering fingered in iOS 7 for NEW iPHONE

    Biometric clue stashed in latest Cupertino beta

    Phones 30 Jul 15:03

  • All-flash Hitachi array grabs silver in benchmark race - by a whisker

    Still utterly outpaced by all-RAM monster in pole position

    Servers 30 Jul 15:29

  • Cisco and NetApp engage in light consensual FlexPoddery

    Channel laps up new storage design templates

    Storage 30 Jul 15:57

  • UK the 'number 1 target' of online gangsters in 25 countries - e-crime report

    Cyber crime: It's like 'NUCLEAR WAR'...

    Security 30 Jul 16:19

  • Alcatel-Lucent takes Qualcomm coin for personal 4G network tech

    Chips lined up for future Small Cells

    Cloud 30 Jul 17:18

  • Cyber jihad as Indonesia and Bangladesh BLOW EACH OTHER off the web

    Hackers bring down hundreds of websites

    Security 30 Jul 17:36

  • WikiLeaker Bradley Manning found not guilty of 'aiding the enemy'

    Still facing over a century in military prison

    Law 30 Jul 18:22

  • IBM expands Penguin-loving Power server lineup

    Pre-emptive four-socket Power7+ Linux strike ahead of Intel Xeon E7 assault

    Servers 30 Jul 18:29

  • Microsoft lobs second Windows 8.1 preview at enterprise IT admins

    Lock down those Start screens!

    Operating Systems 30 Jul 19:39

  • IT pricing inquiry sparks Game of Thrones for rights-holders

    It's time to revisit Australia's siphoning laws

    Policy 30 Jul 20:19

  • Dutch banks get nod to inhale Amazon cloud

    All of a country's fortune floating in the aether – what could possibly go wrong?

    Cloud 30 Jul 21:02

  • CSIRO, Macquarie University, on helium-saving crusade

    Voice-altering fun soon to be available with recycled gas

    Science 30 Jul 21:06

  • MIT clears itself of responsibility for Aaron Swartz's prosecution

    Father says the university failed its 'moral obligation' to his son

    Law 30 Jul 21:14

  • OpenStack 'will be derailed' if it mimics AWS, bellows Scoble

    Rackspace mouthpiece demands OpenStack become 'innovation competitor'

    Cloud 30 Jul 23:03

  • Big Blue beats path to Australia's north-west

    Plus: new cable mooted to land near Pilbara

    Data Centre 30 Jul 23:05

  • Red ink not as deep as expected for Fujitsu in Q1

    Systems integration, networking, and weakened yen save the day

    Financial News 30 Jul 23:30

  • Microsoft Surface sales numbers revealed as SHOCKINGLY HIDEOUS

    Wrote down more inventory charges than it took in revenue

    Tablets 30 Jul 23:58