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Deep-sea worm recalls Star Wars favourite

This Yoda, no spine has

WoW cities wiped out by 'exploit'

Blizzard pounces after thousands 'die'

IT shops boycott Bangalore strike

Wipro office targeted by protestors as dispute over water rights rages

Google launches credit card in UK

Business-only Barclaycard-in-disguise will encourage AdWords purchase

EU green-lights 'copyright land grab' law on orphan work

Euro states ordered to join free-for-all

Psst! Don't tell anyone, but HP is silently improving its IBRIX filer

This is strictly between us

Don't panic, but UK faces BLACKOUTS BY 2015

Spare electricity supply dwindling - Ofgem

The Big Data revolution: Big Bang or loud noise?

AnalysisReg survey looks at data analytics, 'magic software'... and much more

Sony Vaio T13 Ultrabook review

Sony making ultrabooks more affordable? Remarkable!

Target Silicon Valley: Why A View to a Kill actually made sense

Bond on FilmBond villain Zorin's plan wouldn't work today, though

Windows 7 overruns NHS Scotland

Open sourcers sent homeward to think again

Amazon to buy its Seattle HQ from Paul Allen for over $1bn

'Most expensive single office purchase EVER'

Stars spotted dancing superfast tango around black hole handbag

'Whoa, look at 'em go,' applaud excited boffins

Man charged over alleged April Jones Facebook trolling

Prosecutors still unsure where red line lies

Iran X.25 terrorists actually BANKERS

Venerable network protocol probe bumble rumbled

Motorola whacks laptop-like phone dock

Webtop topped

Brussels 'set to clear' state cash for UK broadband deployment

Loads of competition going on in rural broadband, seemingly

UK's first 4G network just switched on - and it's not from EE

Southwark, Reading and Swindon leapfrog rest of Blighty

Skydiver Baumgartner's 120,000ft spacesuit leap delayed by bad wind

'Sorry chaps, we'll try again tomorrow, eh?'

Zynga cracks open can-o-gloom all over 2012 outlook

OMG, OMGPOP went pop

Red Hat stalks VMware in field sport ambush

PicGets message out to VMworld via grassroots channels

Crazed Microsoft robot accuses BBC kids' channel of Win8 piracy

DMCA autocannon tries to blast HuffPo, CNN off Google

Register SPB hacks mull chopping off feet

Should SI Units rule supreme in the Reg space programme?

Assange chums must cough up £93,500 bail over embassy lurk

Wikileakster still living on sofa in small diplo flat

I can't wait for Pano to thrust some hard 3D love into size-zero models

Sysadmin BlogTrevor Pott turns on latest super-thin clients

Guidelines issued for Qi wireless gadget charging in cars

Worries over drivers stunned by flying plugless mobes

Only buy Huawei or ZTE if you like being SPIED ON - US politicos

Exhibitionists needn't listen to protectionists

Lancashire man JAILED over April Jones Facebook posts

Three months' porridge for 'grossly offensive' trolling

Swivelling Eye-of-Sauron style WiFi maker preps $100m IPO

Crazy fools are making and selling actual stuff

VMware brings out new madly complicated enterprise buyer plan

EPPic rulebook on Monopoly-money token scheme pops out

Stem cell discoveries land Nobel gong for Brit, Japanese boffins

Top brains jingling with cash after Stockholm decision

Bing is the most heavily poisoned search engine, study says

Man, this Kool-Aid is chock full of payday loans

Foxconn denies factory labor strike reports

Says iPhone production not at risk – honest!

10 million iPad minis to 'outshine' their big brother this quarter

Will we learn more on October 17? Maybe so, maybe not

Cisco drops ZTE after claims of sanction-busting Iran sales

Ruckus over reselling to the wrong people

SpaceX confirms Falcon rocket suffered engine flame-out

VideoKept calm, then corrected, and carried on

Tech rivals team up for free web dev docs

Wiki site aims to be 'comprehensive and authoritative' – but don't we all?

Turnbull upends bucket on data retention proposal

Escaping the ‘digital dungeon’

Lunar water-prospecting rover rolls closer towards launch

Company seeks the $20m Google Lunar X Prize with two candidate craft

40,000 sign petition to oust Rep. Paul 'pit of hell' Broun

Politician applies Bible to science, space, and technology

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