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Bitcoin-mining malware ENSLAVES computers

All your CPU cycles belong to us, say the script kiddies

Rackspace sues 'the most notorious patent troll in America'

Sounds like a job for SHIELD

NORKS closes South-Korea-run industrial enclave

Tension is no threat to tech supply chain, says international business boffin

Lasers capture 3D images from a kilometre away

Not even distance will save you

'Pong' ported to 29-storey skyscraper 'screen'

Game on at Philadelphia's Cira Center

OLPC shuns Indian founder after anti-tablet screed

That guy who thinks cheap student tablets are bad idea? He don't work here no more

Aussie AI boffins let fly with Angry Birds automation code

See pigs squashed by scrolling code

Apple pulls banned content from Chinese App Store

Playing nice or rolling over?

Australian Feds charge 17-year-old 'Anon' with four crimes

Ten years in chokey on the cards for defacement and intrusions

C-round greenbacks for Greenbytes

First in flash-optimised virtual storage appliances

Scality proudly unveils its RING to the world

Should we go Tolkien on the subhead, boss? Or ...

Freeview telly test suggests 4G interference may not be a big deal

Do you know where your booster is? Or if you have one?

Wanna put your toaster and fridge online? Over to you, Ofcom

New wireless spec for 'Internet of Things' awaits rubber stamp

GPs blow whistle to watchdog on patient record privacy threat

Docs fear they'll break data protection laws

Gaming's favourite platters get another stir of the pot

Game TheoryBioShock Infinite, Gears of War: Judgement, SimCity, Luigi’s Mansion 2 and more...

Norkoshop: How Pyongyang well and truly forked Adobe

El Reg exclusively reveals Kim Jong-Un's photo propaganda tool

Bitcoin exchange: Greedy traders to blame for DDoS attack

Bears bearing botnets?

'To employers, Jobs would just seem like a jerk in bad clothing'

QuotWPlus: 'Folks who want porn can buy an Android phone'

Microsoft to slap 9 patches on Windows junkies on Tuesday

Nurse, prep the critical IE update and Windows Defender fix

Brit musos now trouser more crumpled fivers from online music than radio

Annual British royalties cheque check

Publishing ANYTHING on .uk? From now, Big Library gets copies

'Preserving cultural ephemera ... FOREVER'

Gartner: RIP PCs - tablets will CRUSH you this year

Bad luck, Windows - you'll do better in 4 more years

How I nearly sold rocket windows to the crazy North Koreans

Worrying thing is, they're even crazier than you think

Xyratex tight-lipped over unimpressive first quarter

CommentLoose lips sink ships, but sometimes they sink anyway

The healing hands of guru Dabbs

Something for the Weekend, Sir?I command you IT devil... get out!

Hubble boffins: Incredibly old supernova could explain EVERYTHING

Might also answer poser: 'If supernovae were popcorn...'

BSkyB punters drown in MASSIVE MYSTERY Yahoo! mail! migration!

UpdatedTelly'n'broadband giant falls out with Google Gmail

Nokia shutters Shanghai store as Chinese stay away in their billions

Smell of death putting them off, perhaps

Gov report: Actually, evil City traders DIDN'T cause the banking crash

Lending money to SMEs and giving people mortgages did

Movie bosses demand Google take down takedown notices

Arrgh, cut myself on this damn double-edged sword

Why I'm hiring the BRAINS and BALLS of CONSERVATIVE 2.0

¡Bong!Welcome, visionary Rahul Sativa

Half a MEELLION passwords reset after Scribd security snafu

Scribblers' YouTube claims 99% of users not dirtied

Samsung didn't break quarterly profit record, consoles itself with $7.7bn

Plans to coin it by flogging cheap models next quarter

US jobs grew at slower pace in March, says gov

IT sector flatlines - who's got the defibrillator?

Juniper future-proofs 'programmable' switches in Cisco battle

EX9200 40GE modular switches will ramp to 100GE later this year

German ransomware threatens with sick kiddie smut

IWF warns of scheme to shock victims into 'police' payment

Microsoft: 'Facebook Home just copies Windows Phone'

'Anything Zuck can do, we can do better...'

Amazon slashes Windows cloud pricing

Announces private yellow show at Microsoft Management Summit

Microsoft Xbox gaffe reveals cloudy arrogance

CommentNo, we're not all online all the time

Android's US market share continues to slip

Don't look now, Andy, but the iPhone is gaining on you

Apple handed victory in Samsung text-selection patent case

Full ITC panel to decide in August if Sammy's kit should be banned

Google cofounder Brin sighted in Tesla batmobile

PhotoPink car a fine ride for King Google

Ahoy! Google asks US gov't to help sink patent 'privateers'

New, mutant strain of patent trolling on the rise

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