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Zynga deactivates 500+ employees in major layoff

18 per cent of workforce begin to play 'find jobs' game

Prosecutor on Private Manning's Wiki-leaks: 'Arrogance meets access'

Soldier charged with 'aiding the enemy' as court martial begins

Websites to 'close' for China's 'Internet maintenance day'

Syadmins supposedly getting busy … on anniversary of Tiananmen Square massacre

Microsoft: Our clouds don't bleed you to death

TechEdAnd VMware's hybrid cloud doesn't make any sense

EU-US nets get 100 Gbps Atlantic connection

Educational networks get fast link

Optus releases pre-paid 4G handset, new wireless plans

4G for the masses as Singtel outpost drops prices for voice and data

Petascale powerhouse cracks important HIV code

Cray's Blue Waters simulates 64 million atoms

Longer, stronger love starts online, finds 19,000-marriage study

15 per cent of Americans now find mates on dating sites

Unemployed? Ugly? Ugh, no thanks, says fitties-only job website

'Don't ogle our beautiful members' begs CEO

No FTTH under alternative Oz NBN plan, says Oppn. leader

Did Tony Abbott forget his own policy or re-write it on the fly?

Smut-for-Glass app suffers premature ejection

NSFWTwelve people frustrated by Google pulling app out early

Haswell Xeons bring brawn to microservers, media servers, more

ComputexIntegrated graphics engine dual-purposed for media processing

Intel's plan for Haswell, Silvermont, Bay Trail: WORLD DOMINATION

Smartphones, tablets, laptops, and ... uh ... everything? That's the goal

South African cluster kids represent ENTIRE continent at HPC battle

HPC blogNo pressure then. Plus, second time around for Costa Rica

Buy a new flashy sTec storage box, get a Blue Screen of ... Metro

Windows Server 2012 bunged on solid-state byte vault

Review: Philips Hue network enabled multicolour lightbulbs

Yes, now lightbulbs can glow red when your squeeze arrives

No one ever got fired for buying enterprise storage, right?

StoragebodMaybe, but the gig will be up soon, says Martin Glassborow

Three's mobile data goes titsup in mysterious spreading outage

DON'T for goodness' sake turn it off then on again

Ingram Micro wields axe in management rejig

Director of Advanced Solution Divison Jon Bunyard exits stage left

Review: HP Slate 7 Android tablet

With added Beats to drum up sales

Dell's Compellent beats Isilon with 85 per cent fewer nodes

Texans snapping at heels of two-year-old kit

LOHAN team regroups for second pop at SPEARS

English Channel not invited to ballocket control board balloon mission

Jobs' 'incredibly stupid' prattlings prove ebook price-fix plot, claim Feds

DoJ opens trial with cold dead Apple genius' candid comments

Intel: Haswell is biggest 'generational leap' we have EVER DONE

ComputexTonight is the night when 2 become 1, sings Chipzilla Spice

Shorteurs rejoice as Vine comes to Android

But no front-cam support. #cantfilmmyselfnude

Landfill Android devices set to get 4G, courtesy of Qualcomm

May be in the bin before they ever get such a signal

Cameron eyes 'non legislative options' for more spook snoop powers

Woolwich slaying could mean Con-Lab internet spy-cop pact

Obama: Just call me Billygoat Gruff the Third, patent trolls

President prepares to lock horns with bridge-dwelling legal rabble

Phoenix IT group's profits turn to smoking pile of ashes

Not called 'Phoenix' for nothing, honest, mutter execs

Hitchhikers' Guide was WRONG, Earth is not in a galactic backwater

Quite a fashionable neighbourhood, new star map suggests

Whiptail whips out SME-friendly flash array

Just half a MEELLLION dollars. More M than S, then

Michael feels package shrink painfully as Dell freezes salary

Hold off on the big trousers lads, my wallet fits into these fine

Steelie Neelie: Crack down on wicked ISPs so we can Skype

'You don't buy a carton of milk and only get 25 megs', snarls Brussels network czar

Sacked Zynga bods learn their jobs are gone via Facebook

'Proactive commitment to our mission of connecting' #rapidlyaglassofwater

Big Blue blows big green in SoftLayer public cloud gobble

If you can't beat them, eat them. And make them move to OpenStack

Another senior bod leaps overboard from foundering HTC

Nasty struggle around the C-suite lifebelt locker at Nork despot's fave firm

El Reg gets its hands on Haswell fondle-gizmos at posh Tosh bash

PicsOoh, touch me there, squeal alluring young things one finds on one's lap

Dell crams baby small-biz data center into a tower chassis

Time to spring clean those disgusting server closets

Mutterings: Lenovo's mystery mobe-market overturn chum is NEC

PC whale aims to swamp Apple, Samsung rowboats with aid of Japanese harpoon

Dell rejigs Active System stacks, wraps up HPC cluster for life sciences

Rack 'em, stack 'em, sell 'em, ship 'em

Oracle and Dell forge worldwide server alliance

Red dawn at Dell as Oracle cedes x86 ground in exchange for bigger software footprint

Obama's patent troll proposals: Long on talk, short on walk

CommentAnd Congress won’t play ball

Facebook's Sean Parker fined $2.5m for tasteless eco-trashing wedding

Fantasy-themed gala threatened wildlife, old-growth forest

Salesforce buys into cloud marketing with ExactTarget

Innovation through $2.5bn acquisition

Cloudera brings Hadoop to the masses with Solr search

Now anyone can query petabytes of gobbledygook

Compuware teases package for data center performance anxiety

PureStack spots drooping apps

Tech aristocracy joins conflab with Secret Rulers of the World

Annual Bilderberg meeting sets conspiracists' tongues wagging

Exclusive Halo game coming to Windows 8 and WinPhone 8

If Metro didn't have you sold, maybe some shoot-'em-up will

Dell bucks PC market tumble with Haswell business systems

Your pick: minitower, small form factor, ultra small form factor, laptop, all-in-one

iPHONES and 'Pads BANNED in US for violating Samsung patent

Updated60-day countdown for presidential veto

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