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The Oatmeal hits $850,000 goal for Tesla museum

Crowdsourcing brings in the bucks, again

Rackspace lands in Australia

Takes hall in Digital Realty's local bit barn

The problem with Foxtel’s call for NBN copyright cops

Destroy the network to save the content

Apple, Samsung blast away in patent case closing arguments

Jury decision 'could change the way competition works' in US

D-Wave goes public with 81-qubit protein modeling

All together now: ‘It’s quantum, innit?’

Don't bother with Big Data – listen to customers instead

Analytics has a role, says telco innovator, but better insights come from your ears

Google facing irrelevance in China

Local rival Qihoo drops Google from popular portal

Behold: China's robot noodle army!

Coming soon to a restaurant near you?

Foxconn certified as good employer, rights groups disagree

Labour organisations want other Apple suppliers investigated

Ten Androids for under 100 quid

Product Round-upCall for change

WikiLeaks' secrets weren't, says former MI5 chief

Dame Stella Rimington wants pollies' TXTs on the record

Facebook ordered to unmask anonymous trolls by beak

We've axed web pests' accounts... bitch

Speaking in Tech: Can you sell technology without having AWESOME HAIR?

PodcastWe chat about this and other erm, storage and virtualisation puzzlers...

City strokes modest firms, promises to spend a few million on IT

There, there. Your time will come, soon, ish's minimum booze price dream demolished

Economists sink case, addicts will always sink cases

Apple's Cupertino comrades conspire to capture Russia

'Direct sales invasion mulled'

Curiosity preps for first Martian road trip

Rover gets ready to roll three metres from landing site


'Photos taken on Earth', insists amateur scientist

Everything Everywhere flogs 4G hand-me-downs to Three

But what's this? 'Do not open until September 2013'

LOHAN turns up the heat on Vulture 2 motor

Space-grade toaster to keep spaceplane engine warm

Patch Tuesday deja vu: Adobe patches Flash ... again

Double-take for IT admins

Councils launch eight spying ops on Brits A DAY using RIPA

Law designed for spooks, used against smokers

Nikon snaps first Android-based camera crown

All it needs now is a phone

Boffins zapped '2,000 bugs' from Curiosity's 2 MILLION lines of code

Billion-dollar laser-firing nuke tank - what could go wrong?

Doctor Who to hit small screen on 1 September

Time Lord countdown to Series 7 begins

It's not just crap PC sales: Dell's storage revs are also slipping

Slump hits across the board

Everything Everywhere to be Nothing Nowhere in rebrand

Reg readers! Suggest new name for mobile telco NOW

AMD snubs hackers' tiny package, will fix raided blog

As perps turn fire on Philips' websites

OpenStacker stuffs free Moxie on USB

Piston Cloud repackages OpenStack for devs

Apple's patent insanity infects Silicon Valley

Open ... and ShutPatent trolls go nuclear

SkyTap embeds Cloud Foundry in app dev cloud

Imports and exports from private VMware virty servers

Ofcom vows to smooth out ISP complaint complaints

'Inconsistencies' found in dispute handling

Ubisoft: 'Vast majority of PC gamers are PIRATES'

Free-to-play inevitable?

Superworm Crisis eats Macs, VMware and - shock - Windows

Don't panic, don't panic - OK, panic! Panic!

Apple TV: Rubbish, you don't like documentaries – I'll just flick to porn

Cupertino awarded patent on intuitive channel-switching

New nuclear fuel source would power human race until 5000AD

OpinionFission not just safe and affordable: sustainable too

Windows 7 hotspot hacker turns to software bonding

Wi-Fi, 4G, wired, whatever you've got – borged into one powerful stream

Google screams into top Opera soprano gig - again

Norwegians seal two-year search deal for browser

Tech Data on its crappy Q2: Don't blame us, blame the strong dollar

Distributor's profits drop in lacklustre second quarter

Bogus Android markets seized in FBI software crackdown

'You wouldn't steal an Android app...'

T-Mobile USA: Our new unlimited data plan is actually unlimited

Carrier compensates for iPhone-less inadequacy

Curiosity spins its wheels and shoots up the Martian landscape

PicsNASA renames touchdown point 'Bradbury's Landing'

HP posts $8.9bn loss on slow sales, charges in Q3

Revenues down in nearly every division

Clarke tags new RuggedCom vuln

Hard-coded RSA key provides new backdoor

Aussie mobile SAP house acquired by Kony

Sky Technologies gets global push

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