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Asia has fastest internet, launches most cyber-attacks

Hong Kong, South Korea good – China, not so much

Asteroid mining and a post-scarcity economy

Show me the (lack of) money

Microsoft to stream blue movies

Azure Media Services ready to send your bits to almost any device

Sorry, Apple-haters, but Cupertinian doom not on the horizon

Let's take a closer look at those 'disappointing' numbers, shall we?

Samsung set for compensation talks over staff death claims

Toxic gases in chip plants caused leukaemia, says group

Dotcom says German authors' society canned Mega launch vid

When GEMA met MEGA

Boffins take the temperature of the cosmos

Who needs global warming when science finds universal cooling?

Intel to leave desktop motherboard market

Chipzilla checks out

Inspur's K1 marks China's high-end server debut

Itanium box has grunt to spare, little application support

CA new CEO says biz has 'room for improvement'

Time for honesty as Q3 sales and profits dip

UK way behind pack on broadband speed in Europe

Needs lessons from Swiss Toni (probably)

Microsoftie's tell-all on 'rival-flinging' Ballmer: The politics of disbelief

AnalysisCorporate cut-throats, bluster... but what about the tech?

RAT-flingers target human right activists in watering-hole attack

Jeux sans Frontières

'Most US banks' were DDoSed last year - survey

One in 10 banking IT bods say 'budget constraints' an issue

Tech titans sell yesterday's idea wrapped in tomorrow's dream

Open ... and ShutCloud-washing: The process of making legacy look cool

Microsoft blasts PC makers: It's YOUR fault Windows 8 crash landed

ExclusiveSlab builders ignored Redmond, claims Reg source

App poked through Twitter hole, probed my privates - security bod

OAuth permission snafu spooks researcher

Phone-hack saga: Cops cuff ex-health worker in pre-dawn swoop

Bloke, 59, quizzed in bung probe

Crap security lands Sony £250k fine for PlayStation Network hack

Leak of millions of Brits' sensitive info preventable, says ICO

Cameron's speech puts UK adoption of EU data directive in doubt

OpinionBiz types have Tories' ear... so if they win election, all bets are off

Oh, those crazy Frenchies: Facebook faces family photo tax in France

And Google, Amazon, Twitter told: 'We'll tax data like we tax pollution'

No UK date, no biz disties: Will Microsoft cock-up the Surface Pro too?

Office PC replacement not being sold to offices, say insiders

Ofcom mulls dishing out a world of hertz for RFID tags, radio cars

US garage openers might work in Blighty - if mobe operators pipe down

Google: Gov demands for YOUR web data up 70% in just 3 years

US way out in front on snooping on citizens

Netflix shares jump as outfit adds 10 million subscribers in 2012

Streaming service might want to Friend you on Facebook... bitch

'Gozi Trojan trio' blamed for multimillion-dollar bank raid spree

NASA systems among 1,000,000 computers suspects accused of infecting


El Reg drills into search giant's radio boffinry

Latest Symantec CEO's 'revolution' could axe 1,000 jobs

Report: Portfolio changes, staff cuts, R&D upped

Victims of 'revenge pr0n' sue GoDaddy, smut site

Reader poll said we should, er, stay up, claims web filth den

Western Digital leaps out of a plane, forgets to pull the 'chute

Sales fall from a height, bosses 'optimistic' they'll find the cord

Pope: Catholics, go forth and multiply... your Twitter followers

Faithful told to convert atheists 140 characters at a time

Avnet CEO: Sales flat, profit down... but 'outlook' is better

800 staff shown the door as cost-cutting takes effect

Backdoor root login found in Barracuda gear - and Barracuda is OK with this

Hidden accounts 'needed for remote tech support'

Nokia turns a PROFIT. Sort of

Ship may not be sinking but passengers seemingly prefer lifeboats

Brit mastermind of Anonymous PayPal attack gets 18 months' porridge

Payback for Op Payback's $5.5m web cannon blast

Mellanox profits explode even as sales slip in Q4

Breaks a half billion bucks for all of 2012

Twitter adds loopy videos with Vine integration

Six-second shots to spam your friends

Kernel hacker Alan Cox quits Linux, Intel

Former Linus lieutenant leaving for 'family reasons'

Public genome databases can leak identity

Anonymity only goes so far

Windows growth keeps Microsoft earnings relatively stable

Quarterly profits slip slightly

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