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Quantum crypto still not proven, claim Cambridge experts

Thirty years of experiments still haven’t proven quantum entanglement

UK cookies cop changes own policy to ‘implied consent’

Information Commissioner’s Office says deadly threat to privacy now well understood

Apple loses bid to ban US sales of aging Samsung smartphone

Not the best week for Apple's legal team – but pity is not in order

Apple blocks Java on the Mac over security concerns

Will no one rid us of this turbulent software?

Microsoft teases IE10 for Win7 with Blocker Toolkit

Could it finally be ready to ship?

Google begs for secrecy as it files Glass design with FCC

Chocolate Factory doesn't want pics, manual, seen in public

Symantec: Don't blame us for New York Times hack

AV giant says AV isn't enough these days...

Facebook finds new way to wring hundreds from users

A gift card? For me? You shouldn't have, Mark!

India's most trusted brand Nokia hit with £1.5bn tax bill

Good and bad news for well-loved but allegedly finance-finessing Finns

Axed staffers hijack HMV Twitter account: 'We're tweeting LIVE from HR'

Marketing director: 'How do I shut down Twitter?'

Chinese web company faked Microsoft patch to force download

Chinese government slams firm for anti-competitive practice

Biz data-furtler CommVault reveals unexpected riches

Who says you need more than one product?

Sick software nasty uses child abuse pics to extort infected victims

Pay €100 'fine' to rid PCs of horror images

Netbooks were a GOOD thing and we threw them under a bus

Fondleslabs and ultrabooks? Only if you've got deep pockets and short attention spans

Bring out your dead: Reg readers reveal filthy, filthy PCs...

VentblockersComputers' hellish interiors reveal further horrors

HP reels in late for LTO-6 party, yells: Tape is BA-ACK

'Tape storage is experiencing a resurgence'

Brussels reviews Google's plan for not being abusive and dominant

'OK, let's check if this can work. No, don't Google it'

We're not making this up: Apple trademarks the SHOP

Rectangular tables protected, no word on rounded corners

Google's Glasses: The tech with specs appeal?

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Don’t push that into my face...

It's a CLUSTERPLUCK: Isilon array gobbles 4TB drives

Third more in same space

Plunging BT sales hit every branch of the biz on way down

Even Openreach couldn't save it this time. Pesky watchdogs blamed

Oh, Sony, you big tease: Mystery PlayStation reveal date set

Gamers, Wall St a-quiver in anticipation of a PS4 glimpse

Space Shuttle Columbia disaster remembered 10 years on

FeatureWhat really happened to the mission that grounded NASA's orbiter fleet?

Samsung's squillionaire supremo scuttles siblings' shares snatch

Lee Kun-Hee wins lawsuit at heart of chaebol power struggle

'Why can't we say we're happy to be RIMmed on a daily basis?'

QuotwPlus: 'Keep hairdryer four, five inches from the iPhone'

Pub o' clock comes early for C&W biz customers silenced by titsup phones

Inbound calls swallowed by black hole

Stricken giant 2e2 may be sold off in one by Monday - sources

Most staff paid for January, implored to stay aboard

Hungry Daisy Group scoffs The Net Crowd

Yum yum, tasty IP'n'data nourishment

Facebook's Google, Bing events snub: It's a BUG, NOT a FEATURE

ExclusiveSoon as we fix it, everyone is welcome ... bitch

Ball-gazer on 2013: More like Crystal Maze for channel biz

BYOD, buyouts, VDI - Will you start the fans, please?

Filthy! old! blog! bug! blamed! for! Yahoo! webmail! hijacks!

Unpatched WordPress flaw clears way for inbox takeovers

Windows Server 2012 kicks ass: discuss

Reg commentards weigh in

First the NYT, now the Wall Street Journal: But are hacking attacks from China new?

AnalysisIf this is a surprise, where have you been for a decade? Mars?

HP workers halt legal fight against bosses over 29,000 job cuts

Disagreements settled, negotiations resumed

Cloud doctors, DevOps and unconferences: Pass the Vicodin

StoragebodGet past annoying 'unpanel' tweeters and they're actually quite useful

US IT services sector takes some job hits in January

Ousted tech guys may be able to get jobs down the mines

Rotund Mega baron Dotcom offers bounty for breaking his crypto

Can you burst the bulging cloud locker for €10,000?

Linux boot doesn't smash Samsung laptops any more

Penguins console tearful owners of shiny new bricks

Samsung mocks Apple lawsuit in SuperBowl teaser ad

VideoBut who besides insiders will get the joke?

Michael Dell to buy himself on Monday?

Big Mike wants Wall Street to stop playing with his ball

Oracle loses appeal in HP row over Itanium

Next up: How much will it have to pay?

Nokia shares $1.35bn EU graphene research grant

Handy if that whole WinPhone business doesn't work out

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