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US nuke lab goes back for BlueGene/Q seconds

A Vulcan rated at 5 petaflops

'Evil' hacker gets two and a half years in the slammer

cyber crime motivated by ego and unemployment

WIPO signs new treaty for cross platform performers

ISOC welcomes recognition of the interwebs

Breaking: Megaupload seizures illegal says NZ High Court

Case in disarray

AMD and Intel mainstream desktop CPUs

ReviewCheap as chips?

Mighty ROBOT achieves total SUPREMACY over feeble humans

At rock-paper-scissors, today. Tomorrow ...

Microsoft to open UK retail store early next year

Springtime for Ballmer and Redmondy

No need to comply with data laws if it's too difficult - EU ministers

If you don't know data is personal, maybe it isn't?

Fujitsu raises UK minimum wage to £14k

Union temporarily happy, but sees trouble ahead

Exotic proto-mineral 'panguite' from before the planets found in meteor

Used to be all fields round here. Of space rocks

Gov ICT strategy for system upgrades needs a system upgrade


Millionaire Ubuntu space nerd Shuttleworth live on The Reg

Live chatAsk Mark your questions from 1500 BST / 1000 EDT today

Price Waterhouse Cooper: Only mobile comms can SAVE HUMANITY

Future of WirelessCables will take too long, we'll all be dead

Darwin alarmed by six-legged mutant cane toad

Beast sprouts extra legs in Oz's Northern Territory

Brits get to fondle Google Nexus 7 slab in just a fortnight

Apples are not the only fruit

Sysadmins: Your best tale of woe wins a PRIZE

CompetitionHey users, it's Sysadmin Day next month. We want cake

FalconStor settles with feds for $6m

We'll be good boys from now on. Extra good for 18 months

BT to fibre up another 98 exchanges, puffs 'FTTP on demand' offer

You have to demand to pay some of the installation bill

Half the team at the heart of the RBS disaster WERE in India

ExclusiveChiefs warned repeatedly on quality of offshored work

Google Chrome update plugs score of security bugs

It's version 20 'cos it closes that many vulns

Menage á tablet: Apple vs Amazon vs Google

AnalysisThe three-way fight for the 7in form-factor

D-Link DHP-1565 802.11n router with integrated powerline

ReviewOne box, three networking technologies

Seattle: we built this city, we built this city in Ram'n'Rom

Washington PC

BT Vision beats rivals to honour of being worst UK Pay-TV

TalkTalk grip on worst-broadband place remains firm

Brit global warming skeptics now outnumber believers

Nothing like a taste of climate policy to put you off Some Open Data are more open than others

Greatest Living Briton's star ratings will show you which

Panasonic chief says no to low-cost OLED TVs

LCD prices? Not for years

Maude to gov IT suppliers: If you are rubbish you will be binned

Speaking of rubbish, those public sector buying frameworks...

Simply nobody is rushing to beat the Microsoft licencing price hike

Redmond sets up barrel, customers refuse to bend over

FileMaker Bento 4

iOS App of the WeekMake your tablet productive

English reseller scoops ENTIRE NHS Scotland software gig

Ach, th' sassenach hae scooped aw oor (their) bawbees

Ministers consult public on 'opt in for smut' plans

Just tick here, sir, in the 'I am a pervert' box

Multimillion-pound hoard of 50BC GOLD PIECES found in Jersey

Iron Age was a golden era for someone

Viviane Reding says imitate US and form FEDERAL EUROPE

Stand by for the War Against The South

Techies evac'd as raging wildfire menaces $100m Colorado data centre

Thousands flee as flames eat into city

News Corp proposes divorce, Murdoch will look after TV biz

Doesn't he love his red-topped kids anymore?

London cops order Julian Assange to turn himself in

Erratic leaker too busy boning up on Ecuadorian anthem

Obama is best Pres 'to beat alien invasion'

But Americans would rather leave it to Batman

Red Hat snaps up open source SOAer FuseSource

Red Hat SummitShadowman gets the message on integration

Berkeley Lab to air-cool Cray Cascade super

2 petaflops, 6 petabytes for a mere $40m

Google claims Chrome is the world's most popular browser

Google I/OApple targeted with Chrome and Drive builds for iOS

Security still slack in WA government agencies

Auditor General highlights payment security concerns

Google downshifts App Engine to infrastructure cloud

Google I/OHalf the cost of the competition

Dixons and Best Buy start selling Google Chromebooks

Google I/OWhether people will buy them is another issue

Ex-NASA group plans private, crowd-funded asteroid hunter

Sentinel sparks space hypegasm

Nextgen connects data centres for cloud boom

Australia loves big, fat data

RIM delays BlackBerry 10 launch, bins 5000 bods

What's that smell? Yes, it's death

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