News Archive for December 2012
27 Dec 2012
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20 Dec 2012
19 Dec 2012
18 Dec 2012
17 Dec 2012
14 Dec 2012
- Gary McKinnon will not face criminal charges in the UK
- Government won't force ISPs to block porn
- Surface RT lands in John Lewis
- UK and US refuse to sign as UN web treaty is passed
- Microsoft kills off Windows Live Mesh
- Breakfast Briefing: Anonymous in exile, pairing connections for maximum speed, Apple patent setback
13 Dec 2012
- Apple settles with EU on ebook probe
- Clinton: businesses need Korean broadband speeds
- IE mouse-tracking flaw allows anyone to steal passwords
- Steve Ballmer "most improved" CEO
- Google Maps lands on iOS with turn-by-turn satnav
- Breakfast Briefing: Facebook's privacy update, Google shuns Windows 8, EE extends 4G
12 Dec 2012
- Dell: Surface hasn't hurt relationship with Microsoft
- Apple testing TV sets with a view to content sales
- Facebook helps FBI shut down $850m botnet
- Breakfast Briefing: Hard times for ebook readers, Silicon Roundabout's origin story, free Nexus 7 for FT readers
- Surface lands in stores as Microsoft boosts production
- Michael Dell: it's time to shift to the cloud
11 Dec 2012
- Intel unveils "Centerton" Atom chips for microservers
- FTC: children's apps share "alarming" amount of data
- Adobe adds Retina support to Photoshop and Illustrator
- Why LCD still dominates display technology
- Breakfast Briefing: webOS rises again, Microsoft's App Store stand-off, Gmail outage crashes Chrome
- MPs: snooper's charter is "overkill"
10 Dec 2012
- HP's shipments slide by a fifth as smartphones, tablets bite
- Huawei targets Nokia with Windows Phone, Finnish offices
- Government is "bonkers" to wait for IPv6
- UK troops pay $90 to access Skype from Afghanistan
- Breakfast Briefing: Microsoft under tax microscope, Ubuntu called "spyware", Twitter's Instagram rival
7 Dec 2012
- Richard O'Dwyer settles piracy case for £20,000
- Hit game makes £52 in first week on Windows RT
- Spotify answers artists' complaints with $500m in royalties
- Apple's US manufacturing plans called a "publicity stunt"
- Breakfast Briefing: Google to charge smalls firms for Apps, Apple's Cook talks transparency, Facebook's ad moves
6 Dec 2012
5 Dec 2012
4 Dec 2012
3 Dec 2012
- iPhone 6 features, specs and UK release date: when does the iPhone 6 launch?
- iWatch UK release date, specs and price rumours: when is the iWatch coming to the UK?
- Piracy warning letters: four strikes and you're not out
- iPhone 6's Apple logo may light up for notifications
- iPhone 6 sapphire display: is Apple cutting costs with composite materials?
- How Google Glass ruined my lunch hour
- Smartphone battery packs: can a USB power pack beat the festival battery blues?
- Windows Easy Transfer – not so "easy" in Windows 8.1
- Formula 1: what a difference virtualisation makes
- Office of the future: comfy chairs and tablets everywhere
- I went to Glastonbury and the only thing that got high was my smartphone
- Meet the robots helping teach children
- PaperLater: would you pay to print the internet?
- Amazon vs Kobo: how much to make the ebook switch?
- Phishing emails: how I nearly got caught out
- How to add in-app purchasing to an iPhone, Android or Windows app
- Remote-control ransomware: TeamViewer and software hardball
- Why laptops with serial ports matter to the Internet of Things
- Make your mobile battery last longer
- Small steps into handling Big Data
- Nexus 5: does it really run stock Android?
- How to get broadband to a garden office
- How to write your company's IT security policy
- Raspberry Pi and Wolfram: a must-have for every child
- Could you get by with Office Web Apps?