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September 2013 OS News Archives

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Sep. 30, 2013
16-year-old London schoolboy arrested for biggest DDoS attack in history

Sep. 27, 2013
Can 'srcset' solve the issue of browser image rendering?

Sep. 27, 2013
Linux openSUSE releases version 13.1, codenamed Bottle

Sep. 26, 2013
Flash-based storage devices growing in popularity

Sep. 26, 2013
Oracle says it's still committed in improving MySQL

Sep. 25, 2013
Virident doubles the capacity on its Flash-MAX flash cards

Sep. 25, 2013
Engine Yard to support Oracle's Public Cloud as infrastructure layer

Sep. 24, 2013
Microsoft is giving away its StorSimple arrays, but there's a catch

Sep. 24, 2013
There are serious security flaws in SIM cards and wireless NFC apps

Sep. 23, 2013
RSA warns system admins to stop using the number generator in its encryption products

Sep. 23, 2013
New USB 3.1 specification will offer up to 1.2 GB per second

Sep. 23, 2013
Apple broke a record in the amount of iPhones sold in one weekend

Sep. 20, 2013
Spectra developed its own disk array specifically for archiving data

Sep. 20, 2013
New iPhones go on sale in the U.S., China and seven other countries today

Sep. 19, 2013
DDN launches its trillion-object WOS7000 disk array

Sep. 19, 2013
It looks like iOS 7 is off to a good start

Sep. 18, 2013
Storage accounted for less than 4 percent of data centre spending in 2012

Sep. 18, 2013
More than 30 percent of people using the Tor network are fraudulent

Sep. 17, 2013
The NSA acquired hacking tools from French security firm Vupen

Sep. 17, 2013
Cray adds shared memory solutions to its line of CS-300 supercomputers

Sep. 17, 2013
City of Munich offers Ubuntu OS to its Windows XP employees

Sep. 16, 2013
PayPal froze $45,000 of payments on MailPile project

Sep. 15, 2013
Intel releases its new E5-2600 Xeon v2 server CPUs

Sep. 13, 2013
NAS storage vendors think the market will be stronger soon

Sep. 13, 2013
Oracle introduces new high capacity 8.5 TB tape drive

Sep. 12, 2013
Apple’s iOS 64-bit upgrade is faster, but not twice as fast as the 32-bit

Sep. 11, 2013
IBM to sell its Business Process Outsourcing division

Sep. 11, 2013
Cisco to acquire flash-array startup Whiptail for $415 million

Sep. 9, 2013
India routinely intercepts internet communications of several large ISPs

Sep. 9, 2013
Unix systems could become less popular behind the Great Firewall

Sep. 8, 2013
Apple is testing various screen sizes for the iPhone

Sep. 7, 2013
Kaspersky discovers new mobile malware running on Android

Sep. 6, 2013
Microsoft raises prices on some of its software

Sep. 6, 2013
Google's Chrome browser is 5 years old already

Sep. 5, 2013
Microsoft's problems could be a stumbling block for small ISVs

Sep. 5, 2013
New piece of malware has been discovered that attacks governments

Sep. 4, 2013
Citadel is back, and it's stealing banking credentials, again

Sep. 4, 2013
HDMI 2.0 is finally released, but a year later


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