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Fukushima switchboard defeated by rat

NON-MUTANT RODENT in NUKE PLANT ELECTRO-SHOCKER

GoPro accused of using DMCA to take down product review

Company insists it's all a big misunderstanding

Insourced staff paid a pittance but don't want to leave

What's more important to you: cash or work/life balance?

Another iPhone passcode bypass spell revealed

Turn off Siri, remove SIM, add unicorn blood, phone and contacts are yours

HP re-elects all directors

Billions lost, board absolved

Council offers free iPads

It's a library loan, so you'll have to return it

Refusal to swallow scuppers woman's tadpole-smuggling plan

Chinese airport staff unimpressed with gobful of porwigle

EMC spits out high-end offsite biz cloud after chugging down Syncplicity

Enterprise edition of swallowed sync 'n' share kit

Google extends trademarks-in-ads policy to whole world

Insert usual blather about search quality and choice as motive

NASA chief: Earth is DOOMED if we spot a big asteroid at short notice

Action on REAL threat to the planet 'put off for decades'

Time to put 'Big Data' on a forced diet

There ain't nothing cheap about big storage

Brit web biz waves white flag in Python trademark bout

Veber flees snake pit of online attacks and death threats

UK bloke collared at home by bank-raid Trojan probe cops

Brit cyber-plod on the case of software nasty's masters

Young model ruthlessly fingers upskirt iPad petshop pervert

Fruity fondleslab pant-snapper in LinkedIn giveaway

Review: HTC One

The Apple iPhone 5 Samsung Galaxy S4 killer

300 UK domains pilfered, MASSIVE security lapse blamed

Exclusive123-Reg, Nominet investigate website control-panel bug

Dragons' Den badboy's Expansys burns sales, profits up in smoke

Peter Jones' tech bazaar tells of wobbly six months

Steve Jobs' death clears way for Adobe CTO defection

WTF: Why The Flash did Macromedia bloke join Apple

Nvidia's skirt-chasing chips ogle babes, eyeball Twitter and YouTube

GTC 2013Like what that stranger's wearing? Snap a pic for image-matching GPU

Cyberspies send ZOMBIES to steal DRUGS from medical research firms

They're flinging RATs at us too, say US spooks

Boffin road trip! The Reg presents Geek's Guide to Britain

Geek's Guide to BritainBrains that made Britain exposed, mapped and viewed

Give Google a COLD HARD SLAP - web rivals' plea to Euro watchdog

Antitrust commish urged to bring charges against search giant

QLogic: 3 words - caching SAN adapter. Just blew your mind, didn't we?

FabricCache slots into SAN

Joyent tools up for Amazon battle

Hopes CouchDB will lure devs away from Bezos's Dynamo

Stop excluding vulnerable Brits from digital agenda - MPs

'Is digital by default not simply digital exclusion by diktat'

Syrian hacktivists hijack BBC Weather feed

Hang on, so should I put the washing up or not?

Space probe spies MYSTERY 'Cold Spot' in very fabric of cosmos itself

Cosmic soup glow anomaly 'weirder than we ever thought'

VC firm asked Mark Hurd if he wants to run Dell - report

Hasn't even made a bid for Michael's shop yet

TeamSpy snooped on governments, big biz undetected for 10 years

Experts lift lid on hacking crew

EMC rakes in more of the world's storage, others struggle

IBM lags, Oracle division continues to shrink

Schmidt calls China's attempts to take over internet 'egregious'

After all, that's Google's job

Apple: Our data centers are green. The other 98% of what we do ...

Foxconn keeps churning out smog like there's no tomorrow

Microsoft reports on how often it helps police with their enquiries

Promises half-yearly reviews going forward

Bitcoin prices spike on Euro woes

Spanish citizens hiding their currency under the bed

NBN collapses* into chaos*

*If 'collapses' and 'chaos'= <5 per cent delay

Apple exec says music labels, Hollywood, 'old fashioned' on copyright

Head of Apple Australia says music, movies, price gouging is Big Content's fault

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