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Tibetan and Uyghur activists targeted with Android malware

Hmm ... who'd want to do that?

Spanish Linux group files antitrust complaint against Microsoft

Claims UEFI Secure Boot is anticompetitive

Want faster fibre? Get rid of the glass

Hollow fibre propagates optics near speed of light

Oz shop slaps browsers with $5 just looking fee

Sign of the times cashes in on comparison shoppers who buy online

Google improves Chrom’s spel checkr

El Reg's Grammar Lab feeds it teasing typos

Amazon adds crypto modules to AWS cloud

Psst, enterprises: Get a load of this

NORKS switch off 3G data for tourists

Kim Jong-un giveth and then he taketh away...

Telstra issues report on Warrnambool exchange fire

Disaster recovery 'designed in real time'

Off-the-shelf optics kit tweaked for bonkers performance

Radio tricks applied to light

Printed electronics firm prints more money in quest for safer poultry

Their opinion of contact with chickens? It's unprintable

Experts agree: Your next car will be smarter than you

FeatureGoogle's dream car? Nope. Head-up displays, parking-spot search, 'platoons', and more

India’s outsourcers battle for customers in a cloudy universe

AnalysisStill on top but heeeere comes China ...

Rubbish IT means DEATH for UK Border Agency, announces May

Only a bullet can end the monster's blundering misery

NEC could ditch telecoms services unit

Japanese giant slimming down

Microsoft LOVES YOU: Free Wi-Fi on the British railways for a month

Hey, you know what'd go great with that? Office 365

GCHQ attempts to downplay amazing plaintext password blunder

IDs of all our future spooks get pwned? No big deal

After Leveson: The UK gets an Orwellian Ministry of Truth for real

AnalysisCause, an untrue news report. Guardian, though, not NotW

Televisions in living rooms now the fastest-growing internet platform

Focus gradually shifts away from porn? Presumably

Scan your branes LIVE IN REAL-TIME, thanks to GPU-surfin' boffins

GTC 20133D MRI videos bashed out by monster box and open-source code

Not got 4G? There's a reason we aren't called 'Four', sniffs Three

Want 4G and battery life? It's called HSDPA+, and it's 3 G

I've got a super free multi-petabyte storage box for you: /dev/null

Storage BodTape archives can't grow forever, so try our solution*

British spooks chum up with IT-related biz to battle cyber threats

Will your firm have someone in the secret London ops room?

Forget the invisibility cloak: Boffins invent INVISIBILITY FISHNETS

Embarrassed how your legs look on radar? Fixed

Wealthy London NIMBYs grit teeth, welcome 'ugly' fibre cabinets

Six foot high boxes-o-infrastructure crush opposition

Cyberwar playbook says Stuxnet may have been 'armed attack'

Would you rather be shot, blown up, stabbed - or hacked?

Blighty's revolutionary Cold War teashop computer - and Nigella Lawson

Geek's Guide to BritainNuclear missile with your sponge finger, sir?

Torygraph and Currant Bun stand by to repel freeloaders

It's a paywall - like the one at the grocer

Avnet sales bigwig Bryant to hop off after Easter

Magirus slurp out of the way, now she's on her way out

Free speechers want into Apple and Samsung sealed court filings

Want everything but the formula for Coke, complains beak

Foxconn master fails to sink teeth into tasty Sharp stake

Bleeding display biz is the one that got away

BIGGEST DDoS ATTACK IN HISTORY hammers Spamhaus

Plucky mail scrubbers battle internet carpet bombers

Are the PCs all getting a bit old at your office? You're not alone

Bye desktop, bye desk. Hello 'slab and a mat on the floor

Apple in Chinese court over patent rights for Siri

Cupertino's troubles worsen in China

Citrix moves into SaaS management

Control your apps, users, clouds

Lots more virtualisation, cloud, added to TAFE courses

Students will learn reading data, writing cloud strategies, ‘rithmetic of VDI

Microsoft's 'Gemini' project will be the Windows Blue of Office

Rolling wave of updates, beginning later this year

EMC, Carbonite fight off patent pursuer

Troll kicked off the backup cloud

Red Hat revenues rise but not enough for Wall Street

Q4 figures show growth everywhere, but not quite enough

IBM unfurls SDN network manager

If you've got it, Big Blue will manage it

Revealed: Vendors’ worst sales fluff

Gartner's ‘Non-differentiators rarely substantiated with credible evidence’

Google Glass to carry 'Made in USA' label

Sergey's space-specs to be built by Foxconn in California

Egyptian navy captures divers trying to cut undersea internet cables

Telecom Egypt connections targeted for termination

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