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Price cuts, OpenStack transition make Rackspace miss in Q1

Revenues and profits up, but Wall Street will freak out

San Francisco caves over mobile radiation warnings

Controversial carcinogen labeling dropped

Ubuntu dev proposes new package format for mobile apps

Faster, less clunky than old-school Linux installers

Domain registrar attacked, customer passwords reset

Name.com scrambles after data leak

How smart does your desk phone need to be?

IP phones promised the world, did you ever do more than dial?

Standard Model goes PEAR-SHAPED in CERN experiment

Exotic nuclei point shed light on a mystery of existence

Chinese outsourcer sets up at Uni of Wollongong

Pactera looking for on-campus hires

TARDIS materialises in Sydney

Whovians rather less excitable than Apple fanbois as Who merch store opens

Thai PM's site defaced with smutty abuse

Shinawatra accused of being worst PM EVER!

'No discernible increase in piracy' from DRM-free e-books

SciFi imprint Tor UK's verdict on a year without copy restrictions

Yes! It's the NFC phone-bonk doorbell app AT LAST

Knock? Use your phone to call? NO, SCAN the TAG damn you

Malaysian election sparks web blocking/DDoS claims

Rights groups, security firms, opposition leaders cry foul

New Zealand to bar software patents, again

New legislation closes loophole, makes it plain Kiwis won't patent code

German court: 'Nein' to Apple 'global consent' on fanbois' privacy

Keine Weltexposition von Privatendaten, chum

New 'BLOCKBUSTER' APPLE iTHING imminent - billionaire Einhorn

Cupertino unicorn farm will reward me, says Mr Unicorn

M&S shoppers make quarter of a million NFC payments a WEEK

It's not just ANY bonking, it's posh, food-centric bonking

Symantec: We 'stubbed our toe' on Backup Exec, but we'll be fine

AnalysisNew CEO plans to dish out dividends to keep shareholders smiling

Think enterprise software is complex? Check out the licences

AnalysisIt's simple economics - and you're the simpleton

Snoopers' charter rests in shallow grave - likely to rise again

AnalysisThe zombie eyes have it

Retro-tech fan seeks cash for Commodore 64 clones

Project Bread Bin to recreate classic box with modern twist

Syrian net access falls down some stairs, doing OK now

Assad regime blames cable fire. No one believes them

Over ONE-THIRD of PCs will have SSDs in 2017 - analyst

Hang on, will people still be buying computers then?

Boffins' invisible magnetic ring pieces: Next-gen mobe emitters

VidWire aerials? Pah. You need a nanoscale 3D vortex

Office Software Checkpoint

Tech Panel ResultsReg readers speak out on changing requirements

Microsoft 'poised' to SPAFF A BEELLION on e-book also-ran Nook

Mobile OS? Check. App store? Check. Books? Oops, not yet

Sugar daddy beds nurses, plod, firemen software biz with fat wad

IT channel giant Civica snapped up for £390m

Brit adventurer all set to assault ex-Reg haunt Rockall

Plans 60 days atop sacred North Atlantic islet - for charity

Microsoft plasters IE8 hole abused in nuke lab PC meltdown

Security stopgap follows shock US boffinry attack

Office 365 supremo seizes control of Microsoft's purse strings

Redmond's first female CFO credited with services cash shift

Creative Suite cloud lurch crushes beret-wearers' cost-slash bid

No more skipping a generation of Photoshop, cheapskates

Nokia's debuts new 'Fastlane' UI in $99 flagship Asha 501

Hopes to prop up ailing low-end biz, fend off Landfill Android™ avalanche

IT'S ALIVE: Groupon stock up, spreadsheets still soaked in red

Sales better than expected at web deals bazaar

NEW ITV Player app IS HERE ... for Samsung fandroids only. Ha ha

Everyone else stuck with working version

Brit unis get £7.5m of taxpayers' cash for cybersecurity PhDs

22 scholarships at Oxford and Royal Holloway up for grabs

Apple's head bean counter boasts WORLD'S BIGGEST PACKAGE

Oppenheimer merrily trousers TENS OF MEELLLLIONS

Alleged SpyEye big fish hauled in for US trial

Suspected banking botmaster extradited from Thailand

IT spending squeeze? Are you joking, cackles cash-flush CommVault

Four years of growth at storage biz? Sure, whatever

Why are scribes crying just 'cos Google copied their books? asks judge

'A lot of authors would say: Hey, that's great for me!'

Seagate CTO hangs up his hard disks

Gorn fishin'

Bolshy investors launch yet another assault on Emulex board

Ethernet switch-maker now fending off blows from TWO pissed off hedge funds

40,000 Chinese workers say low-cost iPhone coming soon

Massive hiring push by iPhone builder fuels speculation

Tesla earns first profit, Model S wins '99% perfect' rating

Wall Street brokers left facing financial hole

MadeiraCloud trousers $1.5 million to explain AWS to bosses

There's money in ignorance

Melbourne IT admits hack, says 'twas but a flesh wound

Report says Oz outfit hacked to harm Twitter's DNS

Ban Samsung sales in the US? Sorry, Apple: Tech titans say 'No'

All except Nokia, that is

Fallen flash flogger sTec says direct sales will save its bacon

Two years of plummeting revenue and a dim light at end of tunnel

Israeli activists tell Hawking to yank his Intel chips over Palestine

Spokeswoman calls professor a hypocrite over his chip choice

Nutanix getting traction with server-storage hybrids

The Global 2000 comes a-knockin' – and maybe an IT giant with gobs o' cash

Amazon readying smartphone with 3D DISPLAY – report

Futuristic mobe part of broader push into consumer tech

Annular solar eclipse LIVE!

PICS 'N' VIDThe sun is a mass of incandescent gas and the moon's in the way

Google's cloud dumps custom Linux, switches to Debian

UpdatedDebian 7.0 wheezes in as GCEL hobbles out

'Raining Blooderator' pays tribute to late Slayer guitarist

Hanneman honored with site-splattering bloody web app

3D printed gun plans pulled after US State Department objects

Predictable political panic ignores reality

Nvidia sales and profits rise despite PC slump

Gamers, high-end notebooks, and supercomputers fill the gaps

YouTube launches subscriptions with 53 paid channels

Themed content starting at 99¢ per month

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