Move 'unjustified', says analyst
No pressure, peeps: Techies are awaiting a fix from their Redmond coworkers
Badge engineering to make open networking easier for newcomers
Analysis Key to unlocking mega smartphone market
Interview Small island's big telco talks to El Reg
Promo Smaller firms make up over 20% of business
AEConnect cable expands university research networking
Net boffins float RFC to fix the protocol before things turn nasty
Patient is suspected to have died while system was down
We know you've been in an accident. It says so in our *beeeeep*
From aardvark to Bicholim, the encylopedia of things that never were
Nice market you have there, Bluetooth. Shame if anything should happen to it ...
Best of frenemies
iPhone at 10 Jobs and Co just worked out how to cream off profits from network operators
Updated Cue customers blasting weary Christmas staff over Twitter
Fatter pipes for some, BT Openreach verdict and plenty of hype
'When's the bin man coming?'
Soz bumpkins, it's not for you
Ban wanted on sites that encourage self-harm, discuss suicide methods
It's late 2016 and a USB stick can make a hash of MD5
We can't give you what you need right now...
Engineers? That's crazy talk!
Yet interweb access is still crap for two thirds, says Which?
Goodbye drudgery - now you can script up your networking business workflows
Yuge attacks. The best attacks. Terabit-scale attacks from internet things
40Tbps link should see first light in late 2018
Even Google will have trouble hanging on to its sandwich
Coughing up for spectrum might be worth it for quality of service
Heads in sand time. If service providers don't admit a problem exists, does it?
Media titan's radical idea for mobile network
Captain likely to walk the plank
Software's selling well, but the SDN-will-totally-kill-Cisco argument looks thin
Wired: Fiber, copper networks. Tired: Flimsy Wi-Fi. Expired: Smoke signals, carrier pigeon
Stop: drop your shop
MBBF2016 Before you get excited, there is a snag...
MBBF2016 China Mobile's doing it, though. You arguing with 497m customers?
Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group waves baseball bat at slapdash Thing-makers
Venerable vendor will provide ready-to-bury VDSL boxen
It's goodbye Google – and hello fresh faces from Verizon, Sprint
EOS 4.16 and later isn't infringing Cisco patents, according to officials
Opinion $10bn scheme not at all unrealistic *cough* Hyperloop *cough*
Analysis Targets the heart of the network