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Intel teaches Xeon Phi x86 coprocessor snappy new tricks

Hot ChipsThe interconnect rings a bell

NASA captures mind-bogglingly gorgeous solar video

VideoYour tax dollars at work – spectacularly

Gunman takes potshots at Dell HQ, chopper search ensues

Everyone's a critic – but some are armed

Qubes OS bakes in virty system-level security

Blue Pill creator stacks multiple sandboxed VMs

Greens promise free WiFi for Sydney

Dutch leaves touted as ad-supported solar solution

New Zealand's Copyright Tribunal to hear first cases

Skynet three strikes laws to be enforced

Bitcoin exchange shuts after heist

Bitfloor says 24,000 BTC pinched through unencrypted backup

China's tech giants gang up on short seller

Microsoft, SAP and others accuse market analyst Citron of fraudulent practices

Old men who use computers less likely to get dementia

40% lower incidence among men 69+ when they use computers, boffins say

NEC looks to offload Lenovo shares

Kitchen sink next for ailing Japanese firm

Apple hoards LTE patents to deflect Samsung attack

Possible defensive move to stop Samsung marching iPhone 5 to court

Crucial v4 256GB budget SSD review

SATA 2 and proud of it

Game devs beg UK taxman: Can we pay 30% less?

Firms spending to create British cultural product deserve a break – trade body

LOHAN poses for sexy wide-angle vid

El Reg fondles news spaceplane mission kit

You'll be on a list 3 hrs after you start downloading from pirates - study

Bad news for seeders 'n' feeders...

Auditor: You know what Scotland needs? Proper IT experts

Central resource could help public sector, says watchdog

Windows Server 2012: Smarter, stronger, frustrating

ReviewPerfect upgrade for punters with a passion for the obscure

Third of iPad owners want smaller slabs

But only one in five of all tablet owners do

Oh no, sysadmins! VMware touts data centre that runs itself

Storage bods, your time is up

Voyager's 35th birthday gift: One-way INTERSTELLAR ticket

Veteran space probe bores outward into the deep void

Zuckerberg WON'T flog his Facebook shares for a year

But staff can cash out soon if they want... bitch

Finger-free Kinect coming to fondlesome Windows 8

Microsoft game controller support for desktop

Ditch disk and bin tape: Harvard boffins have cracked DNA storage

Gather ye floppies while ye may

Famous SAS man trousers £1m as e-publishing startup sold to Tesco

Andy McNab, VC

RIM begs devs: Build for BlackBerry 10, we'll bung you $10K

An offer you can't refuse

Chick-lit star snubs password flaw alert

Updated'Snippy geek' finds fresh holes in MP's web-jabber thing

'World's first' dog to sniff out pilfered cabling is Brit black lab

Metal-searching Jazz has nose for crime

IT distribution titan Tech Data to gobble UK's SDG for $350m

March of channel consolidation continues

UK's pay-by-bonk mobile network threesome wins EU approval

One wallet to rule them all, nearly

GCHQ spooks give biz chiefs crash course in thwarting hackers

Try not to lose your blueprints through the firewall, OK?

UK's non-x86 server sales dive off cliff, vendors take a hit

Everyone out of pocket - except Dell

Guinness World Records pulls beards off online Secret Santas

Email leak blows cover of gift-giving Reddit record-holders

SanDisk flogs strap-on to speed up your lazy Windows 7 PC

Retrofit SSD plus caching software

Android spat loser Oracle ordered to toss Google some change

What's $1m amongst multibillion-dollar friends?

Nokia tears wraps off new Windows Phone Lumias on steroids

Ball-breaking design packs new features, PureView cam

CSC pockets £68m in truce over NHS patient database fiasco

Waves goodbye to original £2.9bn contract

Swedes are best at using the internet, says Berners-Lee

Shock: Rich countries top Sir Tim's Web Index

IBM's z12 mainframe engine makes each clock count

Hot ChipsAll 5.5 billion of them – and then some

Apple weighs in on AntiSec's alleged FBI hack

'Don't look at us'

Consumers getting cagier about mobile app privacy

Finally, some good news for RIM

The world's first Windows Phone 8 hands on – what's it like?

Paws for thought on Nokia's brand-new Lumias

WinPhone 8 preview SDK limited to established developers

Want to join Microsoft's new phone OS dev crew? Cool your jets

US energy lab's pump-happy petaflopper goes green

Shiny new Xeon–Xeon Phi hybrid splashes into water-cooled data center

French satellite operator gets Aussie carrier licence

New bird will beam bits to Bondi and beyond by end of 2012

Insecure SCADA kit has hidden factory account, password

Dept. of Homeland Security urges instant upgrade

Huawei denies spying, calls for global security standards

'We're not the ones throwing malware around'

Samsung accused of using child labor in its own factories

Chinese labor watchdog charges massive overtime and exploited workers

Toothbrush fixes ISS’ stuck bolt

Spacewalkers go dental

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