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Surface tablet's touch cover is ZX81 REBORN

FIRST FONDLEHands on with Redmond's Typoslab

TSA fails again with adjustable boarding passes

Lets passengers pick their own security rating

Apple CEO: Microsoft Surface 'compromised, confusing'

But Cupertinian kit is 'incredible, amazing, fabulous, jaw-dropping,' etcetera

Australian Win 8 launch fails to mention business

Connected to everything, except the desktop and sysadmins

ITU signs off on modular power supply proposal

Let the committee meetings begin!

'Huawei partner' tried to sell US tech to Iran

UpdatedMore fuel for the anti-China lobby

Brainwaves hint at gamer glory

Alpha brains will frag faster

China's largest rare earth supplier halts production

PRC suffers slump as global demand slows

Chinese e-cars to turn London cabs green

Boris-backed deal will see 50 electric minicabs hit the capital's streets

WTF is... Microsoft Xbox SmartGlass?

FeatureRemote control on steroids, but not yet a Wii U beater

Brace yourselves, IT suppliers: You'll be squeezed HARDER next year

It's no fun being an outsourcer

Samsung ships two smartphones for every one Apple sells

Galaxy giant dominates handset biz in Q3

N00bs vs Windows 8: We lock six people in a room with new OS

'It's like they tried to make my computer a mobile phone'

iPad Mini vs Nexus 7: inch makes all the difference, says Apple CEO

Tim Cook and the mild-mannered inch

4G: Bad coverage, crap battery life - but at least it's really expensive

CommentBonus feature: Can't handle voice calls

Dr No, Thunderball, Casino Royale? Vote now for the best Bond film

PollThere's got to be a Dalton fan out there somewhere

America mounts attempt to top the Register's world record spaceflight

Crack Indiana boffins challenge our epic PARIS project

Kick your computer... before it kicks you

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Spleen to vent? Take it out on your tech unzips, pulls out £100m wad for its favourite suppliers

Now if only civil servants could log into the CloudStore

Surface RT: Freedom luvin' app-huggers beware

ReviewA hybrid with potential for productivity types

Inventor sues Google Wallet over NFC loyalty patent

More than one billygoat headed across that bridge, though

Better luck next time Blofeld! Five Bond plot myths busted

Bond on FilmWhat do you mean, 'why don't we just nuke them, boss?'

Cornwall chokes on £300m local gov deal with IT kingpins

CSC doesn't like the smell of the pasty, BT eyes loot

Microsoft: Just swallow this tablet ... the rest will take care of itself

Open ... and ShutRedmond will win on the fondletop, not software

ICO fines council £120,000 for crypto email fail

Take the money out of the bins budget

Wales: Let's ban Gibraltar-crazy Wikipedians for 5 years

Too bad you're not the boss, Jimbo

Amazon lends e-books free to Prime subscribers

Better to borrow than buy?

APPLE: SCREW YOU, BRITS, everyone else says Samsung copied us

But we will apologise because the judge said we had to

Ingram's Monie on money: Murky outlook for IT world ahead

Chief of World's Biggest Distie sees murky outlook

Added flash fails to get network adapters out of QLogic's doors

Server slump slams Biddiscombe right in the numbers

GooPad's eight-incher gives Apple fans cheap relief

Knock-off, early at work

LARGEST BELCH EVER SEEN devastates gassy GIANT Saturn

Colossal ethylene eructation 'bigger than Earth'

EC watchdogs clear Tech Data gobble of SDG

$350m deal gets green light, Tech Data raises funds, should all be tickety boo

Fujitsu to resell Violin 6000-series memory arrays

ExclusiveLoose lips slip on nippy flash

Emulex squeaks into profit: Chew on that, QLogic, 0.7 big ones

Champagne all round! Hm, maybe cider actually

Samsung posts record profits as Galaxy sales crush Apple

Mobile biz powers 91% boost to Q3 bottom line

REVEALED: IBM's new DS3000-killing Storwise storage beast

ExclusiveHave a peek at specs of the V3700 array

Tumblr and Google App Engine down as US traffic plummets

UpdatedThe sky is falling!

The new Mac mini eviscerated with ease

TeardownEasily upgradeable Apple kit? An endangered species

Feds arrest Paul Ceglia over Facebook ownership claims

Gumshoes go all Al Capone on alleged fraudster

Headaches, delays plague Windows Store, dev claims

'Windows 8 doesn't want your app'

Paintballs proposed as defense against ASTEROID ATTACK

Just in time to to deflect Apophis, destroyer of worlds

Yahoo! will! ignore! 'Do! Not! Track!' from! IE10!

Default setting 'degrades the experience'

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