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Boffins baffled: HUGE EYEBALL washes up on Florida beach

Does Cthulhu need an eyepatch?

Office 2013 hits RTM, will ship starting in November

Buy Office 2010 now, get a free upgrade

Harvey Weinstein wants US to adopt French piracy laws

Google and Apple get paid - not the actors

Japanese cubesat to flash Earth with Morse message

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nope, it's a small metal box

Asia skills shortages attract job-hunting IT project managers

Opportunities aplenty if you don't mind long hours

VR pioneer invents 'illumination-as-a-service'

VRML man Mark Pesce puts LAMP into lamps that REST at home

South Korea on top of the IT world

UK climbs to fifth as Australia, USA, also take big leaps up league table

Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with Glowlight e-reader review

ReviewBacklit screen casts Kindle into the shade?

Regulator spanks quiz line with record £800k fine

Kept eldsters hanging on the line at premium rates

Inside the mind of a Bond supervillain: Psychotic, autistic - or neither?

Bond on FilmAlso - 007's Dr Who style differing personalities

Amazon prices up Kindle Paperwhite for Blighty

Always-on backlight, higher res display

Hands on with BB10: Strokey dokey

PreviewNo time for 'Back' buttons - we're headed into the FUTURE

Flashboys: HEELLLP, we're trapped in a process size shrink crunch

How can we escape the dreaded NAND-woes?

Amazon's Bezos confirms content pays for Kindle

Finally admits hardware sold at cost

Vote NOW for the vilest Bond villain

PollI've been expecting you, 007 tries to close site giving home addresses of badger cull figures

Animal libber reveals opponents' details, keeps his secret

Winston Churchill's personal papers digitised, available online

Madam, if I were your husband I should read them

Samsung shoots Galaxy S III with shrink ray, unveils 4in Mini

Size flatters

HP veep: 'Lenovo won't be No 1 in PCs... oh wait...'

QuotwPlus: 'Hackers used a spell they call Aura of God, I think'


Playmobil or It Didn't HappenThis is how you do it, Red Hat

Dolly the Sheep creator scientist Keith Campbell dies

ObitRIP cell biologist who first cloned a mammal

Metric versus imperial: Reg readers weigh in

PollMostly in kilos: Hobbits and suchlike to be exterminated

Unrootable: Mash these bits together to get a CLASSIFIED spyphone

Sysadmin blogSomeone kind of already has - but who?


'What can it mean?', wondering fanboys ask

And the latest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize is ... the EU?

Prevented Germans invading anyone for record period

Why is solid-state storage so flimsy?

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Flash, ooh-err

GreenBytes brandishes full-fat clone VDI pumper

VMworld Barcelona'Focused on an enormous pain point'

'Mapsgate' fails to dislocate iPhone 5 demand

Widely reported geo-glitches 'not a problem', say buyers

Samsung, not Nokia, fans' most favoured WinPho brand

Survey suggests Microsoft could triple is market share

Take away bad drivers' mobile phones, they still crash their cars

Jalopy-jabber crackdown achieves diddly squat - study

Stone's veteran CEO Bird flies the nest

Board has shortlist of successors

Anonymous turns on 'one man Julian Assange show' Wikileaks

Bond of chumship between DDOSers and Assange™ broken

O2 network staggers across UK

Good job it's not really as vital as oxygen

British computing biz going stronger than Continent - Computacenter

Services-based economy?

Jimmy Wales: It was Wikipedia that ended the evil of SOPA

RSA EuropeAnd we shall battle Blighty's snooper charter

Online mutterings foretell iPad Mini on October 23

BEHOLD ye fanboiyim, the Pocket Stroker™ cometh

'Stop-gap' way to get Linux on Windows 8 machines to be issued

You'll still be able to pick up a Penguin

Orally urinating turtle boffin in nominative-determinism classic case

Shit Fun Chew probes mouth-excreting chelonian

Microsoft sues Google directly in German Maps-on-Moto lawsuit

These manufacturers are only Mountain View pawns

Small biz scrappers urged to take the fight to hackers

RSA EuropeActive defence in a hostile world

Kissane to mould NetApp: Time to turn off the tap on ONTAP

CommentStuck faucet? Force it

Tosh grabs 2.5-incher, heads for single platter party

500 gig spinner

Apple to drop chip-baking partnership with Samsung?

TSMC said to forge Apple's next-gen 20nm, quad-core ARM chips

Incompatible IT systems blamed for bank sale collapse

RBS £1.7bn branch sale to Santander is off

Windows 8 pricing details announced as preorders begin

Wacky retail packaging revealed

Apple pays up for stealing design from Swiss Railways

Cupertinian cash covers clock copyright cockup

Endeavour: donuts and a Toyota ease shuttle's drive through L.A.

Trundling to its final resting place at two miles per hour

FTC nearing decision in Google antitrust probe

Four out of five officials agree

Übertroll firm bags DRM patent for 3D printing

Patent hoarder Myhrvold & Co. could control nascent tech

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