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10th September 2013 Archive

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  • Facebook tramples Twitter's turf with media-friendly tracking

    Expect lots of 'what's trending on Facebook' fluff

    Media 10 Sep 00:10

  • IBM: Closed clouds are dead meat

    Proprietary tech will be 'out-innovated by the world'

    Cloud 10 Sep 00:23

  • Tech titans team up to complain about US government spy requests

    United action to save their businesses protect privacy

    Law 10 Sep 00:35

  • Google scrambles to block backdoors

    Plans to add crypto to data centre traffic

    Security 10 Sep 00:59

  • Turnbull floats e-vote, compulsory ID

    Want to beat fraud? Let's call Diebold ...

    Government 10 Sep 01:23

  • Opera unveils iPad-only browser

    'Coast' washes away the back button

    Software 10 Sep 01:57

  • Jail time promised for false tweets in China

    Xinhua will escape from Olympic 2020 gaffe, no doubt

    Policy 10 Sep 04:09

  • Pulse-taking ticker tech cuff to sniff out cash-snafflers

    He just SNUCK up behind me and slapped it on my OTHER wrist!

    Security 10 Sep 05:04

  • Microsoft says axed certificates were FAILING its software biz

    Ate up half the education budget, produced only 150 grads a year

    Jobs 10 Sep 05:27

  • Pair of complete tits sorry for pervy app

    'Titstare' developers post apology for disrupting disruption-fest

    Software 10 Sep 05:58

  • Five SECRET products Apple won't show today

    The Reg's Asian travels reveal the iShoe, Apple soup and more

    Hardware 10 Sep 06:31

  • Microsoft Exchange: To host or not to host

    Cloud, control or both?

    Cloud 10 Sep 07:00

  • Got the CLOUD FEAR? Connected Data has a black 'n' blue cone to sell you

    Dropbox without all the public cloud malarkey

    Storage 10 Sep 07:28

  • 400 million Chinese people can't speak Chinese: Official

    Mandarin? No idea, mate

    Bootnotes 10 Sep 08:05

  • AMD's beating HEART of Internet of Things: 64-bit ARMs head for gadgets

    New system-on-chips are not aimed at servers

    Data Networking 10 Sep 08:23

  • Bin half-baked Raspberry Pi hubs, says Pimoroni: Try our upper-crust kit

    Made-in-Blighty doofer aims to solve port connectivity conundra

    Hardware 10 Sep 09:05

  • Seagate parades spinning skinny model to oust flash from fondleslabs... almost

    To make the most of it you’ll want... er... a flash cache too

    Storage 10 Sep 09:25

  • Shop-a-suspect web security system: 'We've helped cops nab 100 suspects'

    Data-spaffing Facewatch scheme hopes for wider rollout

    Security 10 Sep 10:04

  • Brit and Danish boffins propose NSA-proof crypto for cloud computing

    Only one problem with joint project: low SPDZ

    Storage 10 Sep 10:23

  • TV's goggle gaggle: EVERYBODY'S first with something at consumer tech feast

    OLED and HDMI 2.0 rule the 4K roost

    Hardware 10 Sep 10:39

  • Twitter to buy ad exchange as it edges closer to IPO

    Scoops up MoPub to drive revenue ahead of expected floatation

    Business 10 Sep 11:03

  • Wanna boost app speed? Think of the server, and tune 'er to NUMA

    And maybe chuck in some flash-based DIMMs, too

    HPC 10 Sep 11:19

  • Google backs gallery of computer-crazed female boffinry at Bletchley Park

    The National Museum of Computing opens women in computing exhibition

    Vintage 10 Sep 11:49

  • Shingle me timbers! Seagate brags of 1m SMR drives - where are they?

    Disks with tiny tracks shipping, 5TB boxes by 2014, we're told

    Storage 10 Sep 12:03

  • We made the iPhones, now we want OUR 'UNPAID' WAGES – student Pegatron toilers

    China Labor Watch says Apple's manufacturer must cough alleged underpayments

    Business 10 Sep 12:32

  • WD's billion-dollar flash slurps: All this tech, and STILL no deal with chip-fryers

    Flashy rumblings after Virident acquisition

    Storage 10 Sep 13:03

  • CSC boss post-NHS IT flop, Ford CEO 'pitched' as the next Steve Ballmer

    Top Microsoft investors said to have lightly leaned on Gates

    CIO 10 Sep 13:27

  • Should Nominet ban .uk domains that use paedo and crim-friendly words?

    Censorship or sense? Speak your brains NOW amid domain shakeup plan

    Networks 10 Sep 13:59

  • Ready to bin your USB cables yet? Wireless USB hops on WiGig bandwagon

    Kicks USB up to 60GHz, calls self 'media agnostic'

    Hardware 10 Sep 14:32

  • Biz bods STILL don't patch hacker's delight Java and Flash

    I said a patch Flash, or hacks unlatch, snatch data to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat

    Security 10 Sep 15:05

  • Boris Johnson floats idea of 'London visa' to attract tech talent

    Never mind the rest of Blighty, brainboxes, come to the capital

    Policy 10 Sep 15:27

  • Alibaba stands firm against Hong Kong exchange over IPO

    Firm battles to keep management in control after it goes public

    CIO 10 Sep 15:58

  • Storage firms, tremble: MASSIVE tech beast Cisco has just spaffed $415m on Whiptail

    Flash array startup slurp means tech behemoth's got a new gig

    Storage 10 Sep 16:29

  • Torvalds shoots down call to yank 'backdoored' Intel RdRand in Linux crypto

    'We actually know what we are doing. You don't' says kernel boss

    Security 10 Sep 17:03

  • Intel uncloaks micro-microchip assault with Quark SoCs

    Daddy Silicon shows mobile cred: 'Look, we've got wearables!'

    Hardware 10 Sep 18:31

  • Swiss space plane to launch robotic orbital debris destroyer

    Because the Swiss like things tidy

    Science 10 Sep 18:45

  • Intel carves up Xeon E5-2600 v2 chips for two-socket boxes

    Ivy Bridge-EP CPUs slide into Sandy Bridge sockets, chase loads of workloads

    Servers 10 Sep 19:03

  • David Attenborough warns that humans have stopped evolving

    Also, please stop breeding so much

    Science 10 Sep 20:37

  • Intel reveals 14nm PC, declares Moore's Law 'alive and well'

    But is Chipzilla whistling in the dark?

    Hardware 10 Sep 20:42

  • New iPhones: C certainly DOESN'T stand for 'Cheap'

    'Unapologetically plastic' 5C, 'desktop-class' 5S

    Phones 10 Sep 21:27

  • Apple slugs Australia with iPhone tax

    Local prices for new phones up to $AUD120 over the odds

    Phones 10 Sep 22:22

  • IBM forges NextScale servers for HPC and hyperscale cheapskates

    As vanity free as Big Blue can get with server clusters

    HPC 10 Sep 22:24

  • Qld public safety IT&T needs overhaul

    Review urges common comms in agencies

    Government 10 Sep 22:26

  • Amazon cloud erupts in Intel BRANDGASM

    Intel Inside disclosure sheds light on EC2 brains

    Cloud 10 Sep 23:19