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Enormo-display Apple iPhone prototype surfaces

'You call that a big-screen phone? This is a big-screen phone!'

AWS plugs Node.js into Elastic Beanstalk

Opens another front in cloud language price war

BlackBerry stock spikes on Lenovo buyout mumble

Chinese CEO says deal 'makes sense'

Amazon makes EC2 stickier with default virtual private clouds

Software stacks jump across AWS regions, but still can't live migrate

ITU approaches Asia-Pac nations to support new ITRs

Still seeking allies for an unloved treaty

Earthquake killed your network? Satellite-over-balloon to the rescue!

Softbank upgrades Japanese disaster recovery technology with space link

Riverbed rolling script language and SDK everywhere

GUIs waste so much time

HP, SAP talking HANA-as-a-service

New acronym! IMCaaS (In-memory-computing-as-a-service)

Elon Musk's 'Grasshopper' hover rocket scores another test success

VidAnother hop closer to the reusable-booster future

Japan's free public VPN project tunnels through Great Firewall

China and Japan make friends on the interwebs

Rise Of The Machines: What will become of box-watchers, delivery drivers?

Blocks and FilesRecession + mechanisation = Neo tech Luddites

Godzilla wreaks revenge on Pakistani government web sites

Monster hacker takes out key sites to protest terror attacks

How UK gov's 'growth' measures are ALREADY killing the web

AnalysisA digital landgrab for Google, everyone else can find the EXIT

Sony chairman Howard Stringer set to retire, explore 'new world'

First foreign CEO leaves for good

Hitachi and Siemens data-stalking firm not bugged by security bods' report

IT monitoring outfit should be more bovvered, claims infosec firm

Intel's Centrino notebook platform is 10 years old

The brand and the technology that made the world mobile

Philips pushes out SDK for multicolour Zigbee LED lights

How many devs does it take to change a light bulb?

VMware vSphere Enterprise Plus: An El Reg deep dive

ReviewTrevor Pott feels the big business end of virtual machine giant

Czechs check cheques, reject £680m 4G auction

Watchdog halts spectrum sale, fears high costs'll be pushed onto punters

Computacenter profits tumble after German 'stumble'

Flat revs, but still divvies out £75m to shareholders

Comixology cloud fails to Make Mine Marvel

CommentFree first issue promo frozen after servers kerpowed

Starlight-sifting boffins can now spot ALIEN LIFE LIGHT YEARS AWAY

PicsNew method filters out glare for rapid chemical analysis

UK Serious Fraud Office queues up to probe HP's Autonomy allegations

...using Autonomy's own software

Ten ten-inch tablets

Product Round-upWhen only five-sixths of a foot will do

Oops, they did it again? Britney Spears, Paris Hilton 'LAID BARE ALL OVER THE WEB'

FBI boss, Beyonce and Sarah Palin also in toxic doxing

Stats-crunchers toss ebooks into Blighty's 2013 inflation basket

Leave Freeview box and champers balanced on sweeties rack by the till

BT denies spiralling engineer no-shows - Reg readers DISAGREE

Telco claims missed appointments have fallen

Smartphone users prefer LOVELY apps to fiddly mobe websites

They'd better load in 2 seconds or less, though

Muso scrapbook Soundcloud gets $50m, corporatespeak makeover

CommentMegabucks investment? Must talk shite

Cash-strapped AMD drills for green gold in Lone Star State

Chip biz flogs campus for $164m, but wants to stay put

Curiosity's MYSTERY MARS find: NASA reveals THE TRUTH

PicStrange dust may today unlock secrets of Martian life

PayPal privates exposed after breach on SECURITY shop

Aghast Avast: It was a reseller, not us

Scalding clouds too hot to touch? Newvem adds heat map to AWS

Now you can see where you are wasting money and making Bezos richer

AMD releases new 'Elite' laptop chips

'Richland' APUs a step above last year's 'Trinity' – but not a giant step

On Amazon, cloud service companies put themselves at risk

AnalysisIt's a risky business to swim in Bezos's petri dish

Curiosity succeeds – Mars was wet enough for life!

David Bowie still waiting for an answer

France demands Skype register as telco

Emergency calls, interception and tax

Taiwanese giant Quanta sold one out of every seven servers last year

Exclusive'Hyperscale serving came to us, and we own it'

Medicos hack iPhone into lab 'scope

Peering into poop to spot worm eggs? There's an app hack for that

Retailer challenges Visa penalty fees in data security dust-up

Claims it was charged despite 'no evidence' of breach

Dell floats Boomi master data management into the cloud

Agent in the sky to assure on-premise data reliablity

Dell, Canonical tag team on Ubuntu Server tune-up for PowerEdgies

Expanding official support from cloudy boxes to general-purpose workhorses

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