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Bad Microsoft patch trapped you in a boot loop? Here's your fix

Bootable ISO can roll back botched Windows 7 update

Amazon's flash-backed database gets EVEN FASTER

Relational features for the non-relational DB

IBM selling x86 server business to Lenovo?

Talks ongoing, likely only System x racks and towers, not FlexSystems

NBN Co still on budget, CEO claims

Won't cost $AU90 billion

Game designer spills beans on chubby-fancying chap with his stolen Mac

'He's f*cked with the wrong nerd', rages bloke

WD glams up SmartWare with Dropbox

Keeping your cat and baby photos FOREVER

More Brits ditch Apple tablets for Amazon, Google, Samsung kit

But iPad Mini is still the UK adults' top-rated slate

It's a CLUSTER-OFF: Asian students prep for tense, live HPC smackdown

HPC blog$16k top prize and cluster-boffin glory up for grabs

Touchscreen killer? Cam boffinry cut'n'pastes from real things

VidBit like tech from Minority Report flick

Kaminario: We've made K2 faster, cheaper - NOW will you buy all-flash arrays?

Tries to tempt nervous execs with flash density increase

The Reg puts Vulture inside the Large Hadron Collider

PicsNo sign of any superpowers yet ...

Insight warns Q1 sales and operating profits to fall

Leaky sales blamed on North America and bottom line slip on EMEA

Review: NetAtmo Urban Weather Station

The new obsession you've been waiting for

SaaS: Plugging the communications gap for small businesses

Distributed thinking

Malwarebytes declares Windows 'malicious', nukes 1,000s of PCs

Biz boss apologies to the entire world

ZTE ejects from Iran as Feds probe spy-tech export claims

Chinese telecoms dragon wants to keep US sweet

'He's F**KED with the wrong nerd ... I warned I'd go public'

QuotwPlus: 'You have to be a complete Facebook junkee to use Home'

British bookworms deem Amazon 'evil'

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Chuck away your e-reader - everyone else is

Chinese state tightwads help strangle Asia-Pacific PC sales in 2013

Not even Windows 8 and Ultrabooks can stem the tide

Readers, we need you... for LOHAN ignition failsafe brainwaves

Last call for back-up rocket-sparking designs

Ex-LulzSec bloke to spend a YEAR in the cooler for Sony hack

And pay $600,000 to Hollywood giant. Who's laughing now?

Blackstone gives up on $25bn bid to snatch Dell from Mr Dell

You know what? Knock yourself out, Michael

WikiLeaker Assange, Google's Schmidt and a secret 5-hour chinwag

'We are obviously sympathetic' revealed in transcript

Euro states stick fingers in ears to Huawei, ZTE tech 'dump' claims

La, la, la. We can't hear you

Former 2e2 director Marke rocks up at Daisy Group

Acquisitive telco creates CTO role

Google's Page drops the A-bomb: Google Glass runs Android

Chief Googler confirms choice of techno-goggle OS

Shut the CANUCK up! Sony offers $1m to hacked gamers

Not our fault, but here's free stuff anyway, Canada

It's official! Register hack is an alcohol-flushed cave dweller

Budget DNA test reveals our man's genome secrets

How to save UK's open data: Meet the 'Fair Value Licence'

CommentData hippies! Stop singing Kumbaya and get real

YouTube beats off $1bn Viacom copyright case once AGAIN

Judge still reckons video site is a 'safe harbour'

Who's a Siri boy, then? Apple hoards your voices for TWO years

Privacy campaigners demand 'high justification' for query cache

Google shakes up US utility with green power tariff

Pays more on electricity to pay less on Greenpeace damage control

Chinese firm deluged with applications for e-smut appraising job

$32,400 a year to find the obscene online

Notebook makers turn to Android in face of Windows woes

Intel said to be leading push for Googly convertibles

Ants have careers; you don't want them

Jury out on whether as crushing as rat race, but it's close...

How much will Google pay to bring fiber to Provo, Utah? Try $1

Not a bad price for a $39m network build-out

jQuery 2.0 kicks old Internet Explorer versions to the curb

Leaner, faster code base for 'the modern web'

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