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Plug-in pwning challenge brings Pwn2Own prizes to $US560k

Adobe and Java under the spotlight

Facebook puts some brains in Open Vault JBOD storage

Open Compute 2013ARM or Atom, pick your embedded CPU and interconnect poison

Japanese boffins tout infrared specs to thwart facial recognition

Privacy fightback

BEST reiterates ‘no solar forcing’ claim

Chooses unknown journal for peer-reviewed publication

Opera sings WebKit's tune for new mobile browser

'Ice' project will freeze out Opera's own Presto

RIM extends BB10 port-a-thon after dev stampede

If this is death, pass the hemlock

Nokia lets Lumia 820 owners 3D print their own case

The birth of BYOP?

Huawei set to leapfrog Ericsson ... if the sums add up

Estimated eight per cent revenue growth is half earlier prediction

Another new asteroid-mining firm: 'First commercial space fleet'

Plus 'breakthrough' in space manufacturing

India gets paranoid about foreign tech

Offshore telecoms kit banned from broadband, own fab on agenda to secure military kit


¡Bong!My Travel Diary: All the fresh goss plus a soupçon of hoss

Beware the coming of the ROGUE CLOUDS, wails Symantec

Some of your firm's vital data is already on Dropbox

UK taxmen turn heat on tax-swerving big biz, hope to smoke out £1bn

HMRC probes surge in 'profit shifting' trick

Lloyds TSB, Halifax tech stumbles into the cold, goes titsup for hours

'Something from the weekend' stopped your payments going through

How to build a BONKERS 7.5TB, 10GbE test lab for under £60,000

Part TwoSysadmin Trevor runs the sums, builds a dream rig

Foxit outfoxes fiendish flaw to fix foxed-up Firefox PDF plugin

Buffer-boundary bashing bug blatted

Ex-Microsoft cloud chap James Henigan crowned Rise king

'It was sensible we made him the public face'

WD wolfs down Arkeia, gets bellyful of SMB storage

Backup + disk offering = trouble for vendor rivals

Ballmer now flings out work rivals, rather than chairs, claims ex-Microsoftie

'It's Steve's way or the highway'

Cabinet Office chucks hefty rulebook at paper-chewing gov bods

Swot up ... or face the wrath of The Maude

Review: Infiniti M35h hybrid sports saloon

To infinity and... er... Skelmersdale

Telefonica Germany starts bonking with friends

Slow steps towards making cash history

RIM's Heins beams: BB10 must walk the walk before we talk the talk

VidDoor held ajar for nuke-plant smartphone OS licensing

Greedy Sky admits: We crippled broadband with TOO MANY users

Overloaded Unlimited package actually rather limited

Entire Reg readership would fill 205 Olympic-sized swimming pools

Laid head-to-toe, they'd also stretch 13,013km

Phones 4U scrambles onto EE's back, flings out own virtual network

Everybody's doing it

Megaupload outed file-sharers to Feds months before Dotcom raid

'Good corporate citizen' spiel from lawyer enrages Anons

Acer slashes book worth of brands by £76m

Value of Gateway, Packard Bell, eMachines and E-Ten cut

Google v Microsoft mobile war: Who's REALLY to blame?

It's just like the old days of sparring tech titans

Invasion of the Killer Slablets: How BYOD can be good for channel

Consumerisation of IT needn't be a problem

Asteroid-mining 'FireFlys' will be ready for action by 2015, vows space firm

Deep Space Industries: Our probes will suck up their fuel there, too

New stats: Blighty's PC market ended 2012 on its KNEES

Windows 8 branded a wash-out as slabs hog the cash

Mobes, web filth 'pornifying' our kids, warns top Labour MP

Youngsters powerless to resist 'hardcore American porn'

iPhone hangs on in US, Japan, but EVERYONE ELSE bought an Android

Smartphone wars: WinPhone got some love in Blighty, but it's bad news for RIM

Microsoft to pump cash into Dell buyout deal?

Said to pay billions to join Silver Lake and founder Dell

Spanish startup to ship first Mozilla-phones

‘Developer preview’ devices to ship in February

Microsoft's Intel-powered Surface Pro to launch in February

New accessories coming, too

AMD's chip-supply reassessment leads to big quarterly losses

'But if you ignore that charge, we're doing okay'

Swartz suicide won't change computer crime policy, says prosecutor

Questions grow over second hacker suicide

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