21st August 2013 Archive

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  • MongoDB speaks elephantese with Hadoop Connector upgrades

    10Gen proves square JSON pegs can be inserted into round HDFS holes

    Software 21 Aug 00:09

  • West Australia guarantees SKA funding to 2019

    $AU26 million for ICRAR

    Science 21 Aug 00:26

  • Sony sets dates for US and Euro PS4 unleashment amid Xbox heckles

    'It's about the gaming, stupid'

    Games 21 Aug 00:59

  • US highway agency awards Tesla Model S RECORD safety score

    'Sure, 5 is the highest possible NHTSA rating, but we deserve a 5.4'

    Hardware 21 Aug 01:03

  • US government nabbed $2.9m in May Bitcoin seizure

    Mt. Gox's Dwolla account yielded a pretty purse

    Policy 21 Aug 01:04

  • Intel adds Lustre support to Hadoop

    Chipzilla hopes HPC owners get busy with map reduce in their spare time

    HPC 21 Aug 02:04

  • Kodak's new life to begin in September

    Smile and say 'B2B' as judge okays bankruptcy exit

    Business 21 Aug 02:54

  • Hardware failures cause more comms outages than hackers: EU

    Cybergeddon postponed as incompetence trumps conspiracy again

    Security 21 Aug 03:58

  • Vietnamese city drinks the smart city kool aid

    Da Nang switches on free metro Wifi and charges towards e-government

    Government 21 Aug 04:34

  • Oz sawbones extract fork from old boy's todger: Gents, start your wincing

    Down Under cutlery mishap ends with 'forceps traction and copious lubrication'

    Bootnotes 21 Aug 05:02

  • Chinese firm applies for 'Edward Snowden' trademark

    'Top secret' e-car tech puts whistleblower on wheels

    Bootnotes 21 Aug 05:29

  • Intel bakes super-snooper to stop industrial espionage

    Hadoop-based tool sniffs 4bn network events a day, may end up as McAfee product

    Security 21 Aug 06:04

  • Space-walker nearly OPENED HELMET to avoid DROWNING

    Luca Parmitano blogs his horror sortie

    Science 21 Aug 06:34

  • Japan's unwanted IT workers dumped in 'forcing-out rooms'

    Firms bore unwanted workers into bailing

    Jobs 21 Aug 06:44

  • Wait, don't ditch that IT career just yet: UK vacancies hit 5-year high

    Dust off those SQL, C# and C skills, consider not living in the north east

    Jobs 21 Aug 07:02

  • Brazilians tear strip off NSA in wake of Snowden, mull anti-US-spook law

    South Americans demand web privacy as PRISM journalist's Brazilian boyfriend held

    Law 21 Aug 07:28

  • Wow, the future is HERE: Charge your phone (wirelessly) in your CAR

    Cigarette lighter adapter not good enough? Rarely brake? You're in luck

    Phones 21 Aug 07:56

  • Forget hackers - storms and snafus are bigger threat, say infosec bods

    More downtime caused by snow than black hats, EU study finds

    Security 21 Aug 08:32

  • UK micro pioneer Chris Shelton: The mind behind the Nascom 1

    ...and Clive Sinclair's PgC Intel-beating wonder chip

    Hardware 21 Aug 09:03

  • 3D printers stroke LOHAN's shapely midriff

    Vulture 2 fuselage begins to take shape

    SPB 21 Aug 09:31

  • Speaking in Tech: OpenStack not for enterprise? Come off it, Pat

    Like NASA chief saying: 'Let's not go into space too much, it's dangerous'

    Data Centre 21 Aug 10:03

  • 'Hacked' estate agency Foxtons breaks glass, pulls password reset cord

    10,000 account logins feared leaked all over the web

    Security 21 Aug 10:22

  • MYSTERY of Guardian mobos and graphics cards which 'held Snowden files'

    Non-volatile storage apparently volatilised in angle-grinder orgy

    Hardware 21 Aug 10:42

  • Barnes & Noble booked for running out of £29 Nooks

    ASA raps retailer for deep discount that only lasted a few days

    Tablets 21 Aug 11:02

  • Assange's WikiLeaks Party running-mate departs in blaze of glory

    Oz politician's angry resignation letter says 6-fingered one was never at meetings

    Government 21 Aug 11:19

  • Marissa Mayer causes controversy after KEEPING HER KIT ON

    Purple Princess' Vogue shoot unleashes torrent of purple prose from world+dog

    Business 21 Aug 11:39

  • Whoosh, whiff, swiffle.. CLINK: Cleversafe chucks $50m in vault

    Investors not shy about investing in object storage, are they?

    Cloud 21 Aug 12:02

  • Zuckerberg: I want the WHOLE WORLD in my hands

    Let me get you online and show you some ads ... bitch

    Networks 21 Aug 12:28

  • Pinch to Xoom: Motorola settles trademark suit in confidential deal

    Fondleslab name-change likely to have no effect whatsoever

    Law 21 Aug 12:57

  • 'Symbolic' Grauniad drive-smash was not just a storage fail

    The whole thing was embarrassing, says Reg man Chris Mellor

    Storage 21 Aug 13:29

  • Fame-hating planets don't need to hang around STARS – boffins

    Born-free worlds were formed from humble dust clouds

    Science 21 Aug 13:57

  • Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years in prison

    Wikileaking private could be freed in ten years

    Security 21 Aug 14:37

  • Dell spits up storage revenues after gobbling promising upstarts

    How do you settle its parts when the whole is in upheaval?

    Storage 21 Aug 15:03

  • Ubuntu devs to get 15-min code review, full SDK love – Canonical

    Faster, smoother, sandboxier

    Operating Systems 21 Aug 15:29

  • Bank man: System's down, let's have coffee. Oh SNAP, where's all the CASH?

    Hackers use DDoSes to distract staffers... while nicking MILLIONS

    Security 21 Aug 15:38

  • Salesforce rival SugarCRM scores $40m from Goldman Sachs

    Will SaaSy player actually float this time?

    Financial News 21 Aug 16:13

  • Oh noes! New 'CRISIS DISASTER' at Fukushima! Oh wait, it's nothing. Again

    But hey, let's soil ourselves repeatedly anyway

    Science 21 Aug 18:03

  • Microsoft fights Google for kids' attention with ad-free Bing for Schools

    Finds a use for its RT stockpile, too

    Business 21 Aug 19:22

  • Yahoo! Japan drops UPS systems, crams batteries into servers

    Fujitsu 'prefab data centers' cost less, burn less juice

    Servers 21 Aug 19:56

  • A single company is responsible for 1 out of 4 BlackBerry apps

    Hong Kong imports line virtual shelves at BlackBerry World

    Applications 21 Aug 20:54

  • NSA admits slurping thousands of domestic emails with no terror connection

    Turns out, the innocent have everything to fear

    Policy 21 Aug 21:18

  • HP taps software hot-shot to run enterprise hardware

    Donatelli gets a 'special assignment' to find new tech

    Business 21 Aug 21:30

  • Manning's lawyer plans presidential pardon campaign, says client will appeal

    Assange declares 'tactical victory' from his Ecuadorian broom closet

    Law 21 Aug 21:55

  • Cisco goes public with major vulns

    Unified comms, hosted collaboration need fixes

    Security 21 Aug 22:56

  • Jolla's first Sailfish phone preorders 'fully booked'

    'Tens of thousands' of Linux-based mobes to arrive by Christmas

    Phones 21 Aug 23:43