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City heat leak can disrupt high-altitude winds

‘Heat islands’ have warmed winters – in some places

Unisys watches ClearPath mainframe sales climb

Plans to build a channel, push Windows and Linux

Intel releases source code for NAS test app

Support ends, hacking begins!

Mozilla blocks auto-loading of plug-ins by Firefox

Apart from the latest Flash that is

Apple, Google tumble off top 20 trusted companies list

Facebook, Yahoo! also not well-trusted to protect personal information

Always wanted a robot: why not DIY?

French sculptor open-sources 3D printed robot design

WTO ruling emboldens pirates of the Caribbean

Antigua and Barbuda win suspension of IP obligations, may set up download hub

Indonesian hackers protest hacker's arrest ... by hacking

Hacker accused of defacing President's website faces 12 years inside

Fujitsu reveals data transfer protocol 30 times faster than TCP

Japanese tech giant says UDP-derived tech reduces latency to a sixth of current levels

The Death of Voice: Mobile phone calls now 50 per cent shorter

'Did you get my email?' 'Yes' 'Oh'

Google donates 15,000 Raspberry Pis to UK schools

Pi Foundation says gift will help to bake future boffins

Hard Glass Spinner Technology: HGST's new 2.5-incher

No need to fear Flash bullies in the laptop locker room

Startup decloaks, rolls out cloudy security 'conductor'

Let all make sure we're on the same hymn sheet here

So: 6,500 Win 8 laptops later, how are BT's field engineers coping?

FeatureLife on the go with Redmond's fondle-tech

Truly these are the GOLDEN YEARS of Storage

Blocks and FilesHey stagecoach driver - the Iron Horse is coming

Microsoft's Dell billions have Windows 8 strings attached

If you can't convince them, buy them...

YouTube's hilarious cat videos could soon cost you $5 a month

Ad giant Google 'experiments' with paid-for subscriptions

Oracle 'fesses up: Java security flaws more than storm in teacup

Remains silent on shifting crapware with its patches

Revealing new pics of galactic princess Andromeda

Really big lens lets astro-paps get nice new snaps

Wii-U boat torpedoes Nintendo's '¥20bn profit' into ¥20bn loss

Time to get off that go-cart, Mario, and get a real job

Vultures circle crash-landed UK giant 2e2 after top brass axed

Lay-offs signal break up, insiders claim

Amazon: We have great cash flow - it flows straight out of our hands

Web bazaar splurges profits, investors snap up shares anyway

Greedy Apple told it can't triple Samsung's $1bn patent payout

Judge snubs 'inappropriate damages enhancement' bid

Is your Surface Pro a bit full? Slot in an SD card, it's not from Apple

CommentiPad a bit full? Bad luck, buy a new one

PC sales in the toilet? Excuse Lenovo while it gut laughs at you

Our profits are up 34%, says tech titan, how's your biz?

Help us out here: What's the POINT of Microsoft Office 2013?

AnalysisFrom Clippy to touch, Reg man Tim drills into Redmond's crown jewels

RIM blows on the dice, gets ready for its FINAL THROW

Desperate to get out of Last Chance Saloon crapgame

Harry Potter's Filch conjures Doctor Who's dead first time-lord

Beeb reenactment of telly history bags David Bradley

You thought watching cat videos was harmless fun? Think AGAIN

Main purpose of internet = 23 BILLION DEATHS per year

Bags are packed: A Symantec boss is coming to town near you

Shake-up sees EMEA boss Bridgen leave chair, new UK chief en route

PayPal plugs SQL injection hole, tosses $3k to bug-hunter

Flaw threatened exposure of financial privates

Muslim vid protest hackers turn web-flood hosepipe away from US banks

But Iran not behind DDoS attacks, say security bods

Speaking in Tech: 'ARM makes enterprise chips? Over my dead body!'

PodcastBut we will design 'em for you, explains ARM veep in grilling by Reg panel

Hungry investors sink $30m into cohabiting silo crew DataGravity

VCs keen to muscle in on 'potentially enormous' Big Data market

US retail kingpins swoon: Nobody bonks like Google does

Ad giant will win the e-wallet war - survey

Web smut sites are SAFER than search engines, declares Cisco

Network giant: Perimeters are porous, get used to it

RIM ends Reg headline pun filth (and launches two new phones)

PicThey were all rimmed out. Plus: Specs for new BlackBerry OS 10 mobes

Old-man EMC stirs from slumber, finds a pile 'o gold under its feet

Whoever was buying storage arrays for Xmas, Big Joe says thanks

Hacker faces 105 years inside after FBI 'sexploitation' arrest

Over 350 women blackmailed into baring all

Company you never heard of builds 3.4 petaflops super for DOE

The Wizards of Phi follow the yellow brick road to Pacific Northwest

Microsoft Office 2013 vs. Office 365: Is either right for you?

ReviewMicrosoft is dangling the bait. Should you bite?

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