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Glaswegian scientists snap entangled particles

Next: the Schrödinger's LOL-cat blog?


VidCuriosity’s potential sucessor, Morpheus, explodes after hardware failure

Fujitsu trials anti-phone fraudster tech

Hopes to scuttle scammers who prey on elderly

Chinese Twitter shuttered during murder trial

Wife of party official 'plied Brit with booze and poison' after deal went south

Australia on path to social media regulation

Hate speech slips beneath Facebook’s attention threshold

Chinese man's six-ton balls save lives

Four-metre spheres promise to survive floods, heat, radiation

Plextor joins titans of MLC flash at the 90,000 plus club

Champagne and speedy SSDs

Huawei Ascend P1 Android review

HTC worrier

London Fire Brigade: This time we'll send the NEAREST fire truck

Inks deal with Capita for improved control room services

Wannabe reckons it can broadcast local telly for free

Someone else will pay, we're sure of it

Tosh unzips 3.5incher for video, cloud, anyone with a wallet

All those photos and films need to be stored somewhere

Biz bosses 'to save £400m' as axes green red-tape

Rules for power lines, pipelines and more shown the door

BOFH: Our Excel-lent new boss and the diagram plan

Episode 8I didn't say it was your fault. I said I was going to blame it on you...

'It is not something you are good at, so please think twice'

QuotwAcer CEO Wang chides misguided Microsoft over Surface launch...

BrightPoint bosses steer biz to Q2 losses

Subject of Ingram Micro's $850m bid hit by one-off charges

NHS IT blunder biz CSC wilts as profit bleeds, costs staunched

Still needs to pay back millions to Blighty

Apple Mountain Lion file points to Mac Pro update

Optical drive excised?

Face the the future with a private cloud

Coping with demand

IBM sniffs RIM, winks at BlackBerry big biz unit

Enterprise services interests Big Blue, mobes not so much

Ex-Goldman Sachs coder cuffed on fresh 'source theft' charges

Programmer cleared of wrongdoing faces new charges

Sony Xperia tablet snaps spied on web

Blizzard pwned: Gamers' email, encrypted passwords slurped

Millions of World of Warcraft players raided

Microsoft job ad advises 'Xbox 720' out by Feb 2014

Situations vacant

Apple, Samsung whip out mobe sales in patent trial showdown

iPads, iPhones utterly trounce South Korean effort

Not a Cloud in my holiday sky

Something for the Weekend, Sir?So how am I supposed to work without t'internet?

Greens wage war on clean low-carbon renewable energy

Geothermal: what the frack is wrong with that?

Dixons bigwig dispatched to salvage gadget souk PIXmania

UpdatedRetail chain coughs up €10m for larger stake in loss-making arm

Hello nasty, don't use my music: Deceased Beastie Boy to admen

Adam Yauch's ban revealed in will

Sick of juggling apps on biz PCs? This install tool will save your sanity

Sysadmin blogAnd how I got to buy the author a beer too

Foxconn daddy's cheap Sharp stake slurp still news to Sharp

Hon Hai to announce deal breakthrough despite TV biz's protests

OK, hands up: Who hasn't sold an iPad to a big biz?

UK channel pumps thousands of Apple slabs into enterprises

Reg readers scrap over ultimate bacon sarnie

Butter and brown sauce? Are you INSANE?

Vodafone and pals can't kick the habit of cheap mobe prices

Networks shake off phone subsidies, shed subscribers

Unstoppable JBoss 'mafia' has big biz tech in its crosshairs

Open ... and ShutWelcome to the hits factory

Nvidia rides the Kepler wave, proves bean counters wrong

Gamers and bosses, start your credit cards

Google, PayPal, banks, mobile networks in pay-by-bonk peace summit

Now we all we need are some actual customers

Emulex hopes 16Gbps Fibre Channel will give it the kiss of life

Q4 sales flat line, records $28.8m loss

Fusion-io eyes software, vows it's not a flash in the pan

Revenue up, net income still in the red

Microsoft: It was never 'Metro,' it was always 'Modern UI'

A bit of search and replace should sort this out

Middle Eastern Gauss malware could be state sponsored

Code linked to Flame and Stuxnet attacks

SHOCK: Poll shows Americans think TSA is highly effective

Support high from youngsters used to groping

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