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Comment After lying in a deathlike slumber for years, the developer market is twitching
Sales singed at UK's oldest distie, profits toast
EU tries another eye-rollingly naff campaign to get women into ICT jobs
Incoming CEO Kevin DeNuccio has presided over Violin Memory's first quarterly results since assuming the hot seat and painted a real poor picture. The only way is up, right?
On 3 December, 2013, the US Patent And Trademark Office signed off patent8,601,473, titled “Architecture for managing I/O and storage for a virtualization environment”.
Price tags revealed with some Google-fu ahead of next week's reveal
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Tech Data (TD) continues to bulk out the management team post accountancy probe, hauling in former Ingram Micro UK boss Johan Vandenbussche to head up Operations across Europe.
Dig through enough archives, old texts, magazine ads or historical archives and you're bound to see one: a bulky plastic oddity that looks vaguely like a portable sewing machine, save for a detachable keyboard and miniscule display sticking out of the front.
Email addresses bared to world+dog by gaffe-prone ISP
2013 financials: Sales down, losses widen
Moz tells Reg: We're looking into this
10 years of Facebook Better duck, Amazon... Hardware drone incoming
New 'omni-channel' strategy includes (shock) Windows 8 tabs
Everyone wants battery-friendly chips or beefy server silicon, says IDC
Death wow OS reclaims title as Redmond's fastest-growing
Peter Oppenheimer won't be the last Jobs-era hyper-growth author to move on
We'll find out in two years, former Sybase man says
Vid 'We didn't put hardware and software together soon enough' he tells uni kids
Chin up, hybrid storage firm... they're selling like hot cakes
IRS at least forced him to do some work on the plane
Kiev security chief says 'IP-telephonic' attack is targeting Parliament
Cash-raising plan to save London biz failed, '49 staff laid off'
Around two in five people who fall victim to CryptoLocker have agreed to pay a ransom of around £300 to recover their files, according to a survey of victims.
The USA's Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has published VMware's Form 10-K, the warts-and-all document listed companies are required to file each year offering deep detail on the state of their business. Form 10-Ks are rather less polished than annual reports and therefore offer more penetrating insights into a company's performance.
TrustyCon A surprising number of governments are now deploying their own custom malware – and the end result could be chaos for the rest of us, F-Secure's malware chief Mikko Hyppönen told the TrustyCon conference in San Francisco on Thursday.
Microsoft's new chairman, ex-IBM vice president John Thompson, has said that he believes Microsoft's corporate culture needs to change if it is to remain competitive.
After lying in a deathlike slumber for years, the developer market is twitching
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Nadella. It's about time. He's been Satya for 22 years
- Women! You too can be 'cool' and 'fun' if you work in tech!
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Partners and tackling that PC myth...
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What the heck am I going to get for Auntie Flo? What a brilliant idea, Register!