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Twenty years ago today: Windows 98 crashed live on stage with Bill Gates. Let's watch it again...

Video Relive that sphincter-loosening Blue Screen of Death

A fiber optic cable

CEO insisted his email was on server that had been offline for years

On-Call When the dotcom bubble burst, the surviving techies learned the true meaning of just-in-time training

man dressed as zombie doing accounts/audit

BOFH: We know where the bodies are buried

Episode 6 You're here to audit us? Hi! Fancy a coffee?

Person holding vape box

Amazon, LG Electronics turned my vape into an exploding bomb, says burned bloke in lawsuit

Scalded smoker wants injury damages, healthcare bills paid

whoah

Apple's magical quality engineering strikes again: You may want to hold off that macOS High Sierra update...

Because 10.13.4 is seemingly unstable and performing poorly

Oh, baby! Newborn-care website leaves database of medics wide open

Health Stream, are you out there? The guy that found your data leak wants a word

Kaspersky Lab loses the privilege of giving Twitter ad money

Twitter's loss is the EFF's gain

No way, RSA! Security conference's mobile app embarrassingly insecure

Sorry about the hard-coded passwords, can we sell you some crypto now?

Amazon, LG Electronics turned my vape into an exploding bomb, says burned bloke in lawsuit

Scalded smoker wants injury damages, healthcare bills paid

British Crackas With Attitude chief gets two years in the cooler for CIA spymaster hack

Kane Gamble gambles and loses on hacking skills

Apple's magical quality engineering strikes again: You may want to hold off that macOS High Sierra update...

Because 10.13.4 is seemingly unstable and performing poorly

Twenty years ago today: Windows 98 crashed live on stage with Bill Gates. Let's watch it again...

Video Relive that sphincter-loosening Blue Screen of Death

Drama brews on high seas as Playmobil ship running out of steam

Vessel charts a course to pirate tax haven

Planned European death ray may not need Brit boffinry brain-picking

Plenty of laser research already going on – but there's more than one way to melt a drone

Samsung-backed gizmo may soon juice up your smartphone over the air

What a time to be alive

It's a Pivotal moment: Dell's cloudy soft limb hits the stock market

Still firmly in Big Mike's clutches despite IPO

Creaky NHS digital infrastructure risks holding back gene boffinry, say MPs

Ask for clear budgets, better training and yup, public engagement

Two's company, Three's unbowed: You Brits will pay more for MMS snaps

UK mobe network ups charges for sunshine selfie-takers, just in time for their hols

And so it begins: Veritas lays off UK workers, R&D bods hit hardest

At least 100 out at cloud data wrangling biz, sources claim

Government demands for people's personal info from Microsoft reach all-time low

Just 23k requests in first half of 2017, says Windows giant

EU under pressure to slap non-compliance notice on Google over pay-to-play 'remedy'

Comparison shopping websites won't use Chocolate Factory fix

LESTER gets ready to trundle: The Register's beer-bot has a name

And garners industry attention

BOFH: We know where the bodies are buried

Episode 6 You're here to audit us? Hi! Fancy a coffee?

Tech bribes: What's the WORST one you've ever been offered?

Bros gig, smellies, branded socks... Here are our tales. Tell us yours

There is no perceived IT generation gap: Young people really are thick

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Grumble grumble where's me suet pudding in Bovril etc

Apple unleashes FoundationDB as an open source project

Secretive company talks up the need for open community

CEO insisted his email was on server that had been offline for years

On-Call When the dotcom bubble burst, the surviving techies learned the true meaning of just-in-time training

ZTE to USA: Sure, ban us, but you cannot afford such victories

We’ve done everything you asked - even implemented SAP - pleads Chinese vendor

Here's another headline where NASA is dragged through the mud for cheap Mars wise cracks

Pic Oh no, wait, that is the news. Except the cheap part

Oracle pledges annual Solaris updates for you to install each summer

And a plan to have users of Sun hardware upgrade if they want Solaris 11.4 and proper patches

Will Dell eat VMware? Or will Carl Icahn snack on Dell? And where does Uber fit in? Yes, Uber!

Let’s get up to date on the crazy world of reverse mergers

Qual-gone: 1,200+ axed from Snapdragon, Centriq giant Qualcomm

Chip designer pushes hundreds out the door in cost-cutting drive

Oracle whips out the swatter, squishes 254 security bugs in its gear

Java fixes lobbed out, Spectre Solaris patches issued

Google kills off domain fronting – and so secure comms just got tougher

Cloud tech tweaks end anti-censorship workaround

Nominet drains mug of tea, leans back, calmly explains how to make Whois GDPR-compliant

.UK registry not entirely sure what all the fuss is about

Bloke fruit flies enjoy ejaculating, turn to booze when starved of sexy times

Closer to human beings than previously thought, clearly

Facebook puts 1.5bn users on a boat from Ireland to California

Social media giant continues its loving embrace of GDPR privacy rules

Yahoo! webmail! hacker! faces! nearly! eight! years! in! the! cooler!

Prosecutors ask judge to give Baratov 94 months for stealing accounts on behalf of FSB

Eight months after Equifax megahack, some Brits are only just being notified

I'm fsck-ed off it took this long, rages affected Reg reader

Beware! Medical AI systems are easy targets for fraud and error

You can fake diagnoses with adversarial examples

BBC extends Capita Audience Services contract to 25 years

Nothing can be said to be certain, except death, taxes and Auntie's Capita deals

Millions of scraped public social net profiles left in open AWS S3 box

Poorly configured cloud buckets strike again – this time, Localbox fingered

Musk: I want to retrieve rockets with big Falcon party balloons

NASA: Been there, done that

Mad Leo tried to sack me over Autonomy, says top HP Inc beancounter

Court hears Catherine Lesjak recall vicious infighting over doomed $11bn buyout

BT pushes ahead with plans to switch off telephone network

Consultation next month following plan to shift Brits over to VoIP

Evolving elephants: Hortonworks trumpets its '3.0 vision' of global data management

CTO Scott Gnau on open source, partnerships and simplifying Hadoop

SpaceX finally Falcon flings NASA's TESS into orbit

Booster hurls probe, has nice sit-down on boat in the Atlantic

Pyro-brainiacs set new record with waste-heat-into-electricity study

Spark off questions from burny laptop, melty server and hot data centre havers

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