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Cisco predicts massive data networking growth by 2017

M2M ramps up, helps contribute to zettabyte era

Apple says 'zai jian' to Foxconn, taps Pegatron for new iPhones

Smaller firm named primary supplier of low-cost model

Server racket 'challenging' in Q1, says IDC

Windows takes a dip, RISC/Unix cannonballs, Linux defies gravity

Russians draw liquid blood from frozen woolly mammoth

10,000 year-old specimen could inspire Korean cloning

Google whips the sheet off new Gmail interface

Everything Google can be in your face when you mail

Australia's de-facto net filter has ZERO regulation

UpdatedWork starts on approval process and oversight for web-ban law

Watch quantum entanglement – IN REAL TIME

Photons do the spooky action dance on YouTube

Microsoft links Skype to Lync

Now that's unified communications

Indonesia to build crack IT-trained military unit to deflect attacks

Defence force needed to deal with growing online threat

Kettle 'which looks like HITLER' brews up sturm in a teacup

US retailer overrun by Führer Wasserkocher blitzkrieg

Windows Phone piques CIO interest says analyst

End-to-end Redmond might just be the easy way to an in-house app store

Kaspersky plans source code reveal to avoid Huawei's fate

Chinese giant has 'grey areas' but politics the reason for ban says AV's party boy

Samsung plans new R&D centre in Finland

Mountains so lofty, treetops so tall, it's where mobe-makers want to be

Fancy some mobile filth? New logo tells you when not to bother

'Trust mark' for smut-filtered Wi-Fi not-so-hot spots

Pure says two of the four tiers of storage are set to disappear

'Moore’s Law has turned disk into tape'

Never mind your little brother - happy 10th birthday, H.264

FeatureToday it's all about you, Mister Video Codec

Google on advertising-funded cesspools: We don't like them either

Good ads: El Reg! Bad ads: pirates and perverts

Living with a 41-megapixel 808 PureView: Symbian's heroic last stand

Review808 state: The Nokia smartphone that REFUSES TO DIE

PayPal denies stiffing bug-hunting teen on bounty

Someone else got there first, claims firm

Hey, O2 punters: Kiss goodbye to 4 MEELLION* Openzone hotspots

Mobe network pulls out of BT's Wi-Fi, goes it alone

Belarus becomes world's top country ... for SPAM

White Russia dons black hat, becomes junkmail conduit

Tears, laughter and bankruptcy: How not to go bust

FeatureGuess who just tried to break into the warehouse?

CRUNCH: 'Drunk' chap cuffed in high-speed car nookie prang rumpus

Nude lady takes a toss, shoeless chap in cactus - cops

Japanese SoftBank's $20bn Sprint gobble clears US security hurdle

Rival Dish warns of biz's 'significant ties to China'

Ruby on Fails: Zombie SERVER army built thanks to Rails bug

The undead are coming, and they have 1Gbps pipes!

EMC inks deal to take Brit F1 racer Lotus to the clouds

Storage bods get a crack at Grands Prix glory

Motorola to kick off comeback with US-made Moto X

Chief says firm gets no special advantage from Google ownership

UN to call for 'pre-emptive' ban on soulless robot bomber assassins

CommentFire up the time machine, lads!

The good and the bad in Hyper-V's PowerShell

Look ma, no GUI

Multi-billion pound gov tech contracts could end up in toilet - MPA

Projects meant to save costs might cost us

Drupal hacked, resets passwords after millions of accounts exposed

Websites running our CMS are safe, insists top brass

Enta Technologies consults m'learned friends after HMRC spat

Telford distie wound up by 'incorrect' winding-up order

Microsoft's UK OEM boss swaps Blighty for Singapore

With weather like this, who can blame him?

China denies hacking claims, says it doesn’t need US tech

'You underestimate our wisdom' warns Middle Kingdom

Amazon cloud threatens entire IT ecosystem – report

UpdatedCannibal cloud gnaws on trad IT slingers' fat margins

Microsoft's Windows 8.1 secrets REVEALED ... sort of

Redmond lifts the veil on anticipated 'Blue' update

Ubuntu's Shuttleworth: Microsoft no longer dominates PC biz

'Let's focus on our own excellence, not someone else's product'

ACCC settles backhaul price regulation

Down, not up

Rackspace floats virty router and firewall into its clouds

Forget iron, use heavenly Vyatta software appliances

NASA: Trip to Mars would exceed 'fatal cancer' radiation risk

Can't shield against cosmic rays, can't get there faster

Mellanox forges fun-sized 40Gb/sec Ethernet switch

Delisting from Tel Aviv exchange to cut costs, sticking with NASDAQ

'Extremely sophisticated' Apple settles watery iDevice lawsuit

'Approximately 153,105' iDevice owners to get payout – are you one of them?

Heroku publishes API for its platform cloud

Amazon piggybacker wants kids of its own

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