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Archived Since:February 3, 2010

Blog Post Archive

Gmail wasn't the only thing hacked by researchers; it's bigger than that

The researchers who hacked into Gmail on Android were able to show that apps can interfere with each other and that's the really scary part. Read more about Gmail wasn't the only thing hacked by researchers; it's bigger than that

99 problems but the cloud ain't one: What are SaaS, PaaS and IaaS?

by Vivek Vahie The cloud is one of the most important technologies in the world right now, but can be extremely confusing. This series aims to explain it in a much more brain-friendly way. Read more about 99 problems but the cloud ain't one: What are SaaS, PaaS and IaaS?

Gaming master builds working hard drive inside Minecraft

by Alysia Judge Like the birth of computing, the virtual devices may only hold five kilobytes of data between them, but the results are, nevertheless, amazing. Read more about Gaming master builds working hard drive inside Minecraft

Ballmer steps down from Microsoft Board

Stating various reasons including a hectic schedule, teaching, civic contributions, learning and taking over as the owner of the LA Clippers, Steve Ballmer has left his position on the Microsoft Board of Directors. Read more about Ballmer steps down from Microsoft Board

Netflix signs extortion deal with Time Warner

Netflix has reluctantly signed an agreement with Time Warner Cable to give cable subscribers access to their streaming service. Read more about Netflix signs extortion deal with Time Warner

iPhone 6 looking more likely to ship with reversible Lightning-to-USB cable

by Darren Allan An earlier rumour has been reinforced with a new video from prolific Apple leaker Sonny Dickson, which actually shows the cable in action. Read more about iPhone 6 looking more likely to ship with reversible Lightning-to-USB cable

3D printing hype gets dampened down by research

by Nathan Chai Gartner says that the future of 3D printing is further off than the hype suggests. The mainstream will have to wait. Read more about 3D printing hype gets dampened down by research

What is Microsoft's Azure migration strategy?

by Nathan Chai Microsoft has begun moving two data centres and "thousands of servers" onto their flagship Azure cloud platform, in a move towards shifting all of Microsoft's services into the cloud. Read more about What is Microsoft's Azure migration strategy?

The James Bond Like iPhone Accessory That Could Save Your Home

FLIR, a maker of cool infrared cameras for the military, has just come out with an iPhone accessory that turns your phone into a Jame Bond gadget. Read more about The James Bond Like iPhone Accessory That Could Save Your Home

Like cat videos on YouTube? They can lead hackers straight to you.

by The Intercept Cute cats on the Internet could be agents of destruction. You have been warned. Read more about Like cat videos on YouTube? They can lead hackers straight to you.

Cisco cuts 6,000 jobs in restructuring move

by Barclay Ballard Despite delivering quarterly earnings and revenue that surpassed analysts' expectations, Cisco announces eight percent of its workforce will be moving on. Read more about Cisco cuts 6,000 jobs in restructuring mov...

Sony to enter streaming market with Playstation TV

by Barclay Ballard Playstation TV will allow access to TV streaming services such as Netflix alongside Sony's back catalogue of video games via Remote Play. Read more about Sony to enter streaming market with Playstation TV

NSA's MonsterMind: Is it too late to curb the NSA?

Edward Snowden has revealed the NSA was (and may still be) working on a project codenamed MonsterMind that could launch automated cyber-attacks against suspected enemies. Read more about NSA's MonsterMind: Is it too late to curb the NSA?

To be truly useful AIs need to learn who we are

AIs need to learn more about us and modify themselves to match our needs. Read more about To be truly useful AIs need to learn who we are

Siri’s younger sister – an AI for everyone

by Nathan Chai Three of the men behind Siri have announced a next-gen AI that will have "almost limitless capacities." Read more about Siri’s younger sister – an AI for everyone

Samsung's Galaxy Alpha unveiled

by Darren Allan The Galaxy Alpha takes something of a step down in specs from the Galaxy S5, but comes with a metal frame and much improved build quality. Read more about Samsung's Galaxy Alpha unveiled

70 per cent of Apple is men says diversity report

by Darren Allan Apple has promised to do more about diversity but if you dig deep into the company, it gets more manly. Read more about 70 per cent of Apple is men says diversity report

Internet connected mannequins bring a whole new meaning to "window shopping"

by Alysia Judge High-tech mannequins are being installed on the British high street, meaning customers at House of Fraser and other retailers will be able to purchase products without setting foot in store. Read more about Internet connected mannequins bring a whole new meaning to "window shopping"

ALO the Botlr: a Robot Butler by Starwood Hotels

We don't know which is worse, robot overlords threatening our lives, or their cute robot/human hybrid names that undercut their threat to society. Read more about ALO the Botlr: a Robot Butler by Starwood Hotels

Millions of Android gaming consoles on the horizon

In its recently launched report, Jon Peddie Research (JPR) is projecting that Android will drive video gaming on HDTVs for millions of customers by 2017. Read more about Millions of Android gaming consoles on the horizon

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