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Apple releases Mountain Lion, Safari updates

No problems to report – so far

Why SoftLayer can't lift IBM into the clouds

CommentBig Blue has a Big Problem that SoftLayer won't solve

Amazon to deliver groceries in 20 markets by 2014

Next-day service for meat, vegetables ... and yes, beer

Australia's de-facto Internet filter may block 250k sites

Baldrick's cunning plan turns into live grenade

Schneider moves on ancient SCADA vuln

Patch those building systems

Fairphone hits sales target for 'PC' phone

5,000 folks sign up for ethically-designed smartphone

HP reinvents intranets as cloudy managed services

Yet another response to CIOs with iPads and workers who want Dropbox

Germans purge selves of indigestible 63-letter word

'Bulp. Blorp. RkReUAUG! RkReUAUG! Phew, that feels better'

Boffins build gesture recognition using WiFi

'HELP! Every time I move, the lights go out!'

Short-staffed website swaps DOGS for DEVELOPERS

Pimp a programmer, score cash-for-a-canine

Signatures no good at protecting databases, says Juniper

A cookie, a box, a stick and a string can trap attackers

Pen+tablet bandwagon finally rolling, Nvidia leaps aboard

The moving finger, having writ, has moved on?

BBC boffins ponder abstruse Ikea-style way of transmitting telly

'What's it supposed to be, dad?' 'Leave your father alone'

Lonely G-Cloud wanders in search of crowd o'er vales and hills

See that £22m? Would have been £130m+ without us

Leaks point to new mystery Macs 'with Jony Ive's fingerprints on'

Fruity booty for fanbois expected at WWDC

Thirty-five years ago today: Space Invaders conquer the Earth

Antique Code ShowBleep Bleep PEW Bleep Bleep PEW PEW BLEEP BLEEP

El Reg drills into Office 365: The science of compliance

ReviewHands on with Trevor

Reg readers: So, who will be Who? It's over to you...

Nominations needed for next Time Lord

It's a fiddle! Funnyman's Irish tax flashmob floods Apple flagship store

UpdatedDozens of protesters have some craic in London

New Tosh 'droid slabs include Newton-like scrawl-pad: We try it out

PicsSso howw's mmy writtingss? In ynor faace Stteeve Joibbs ha ha oopps

Space boffins, oil giants, nuke plants 'raided' by mystery code nasty

Spain, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, China, this malware has had quite a trip, we're told

BSkyB-owned BE slams into traffic pile-up over 'unlimited' broadband lie

Brits punished for downloading too much? Sounds more like 'limited', says ASA

Penguin chief: Apple's ebook plan 'dramatically changed' market

Steve Jobs 'certainly a factor' in gouging retailers, court told

Microsoft waves white flag: We'll put Outlook on Windows RT slabs

Now we're cooking on gas, IT bosses sigh

Can lightning strike twice? Intel has another crack at Thunderbolt

Chipzilla doubles speed to 20Gbps. Checkmate, USB 3

Internet pioneer Vint Cerf predicts the future, fears Word-DOCALYPSE

Big data? More like big problems for our grandchildren

Amazon yoinks Dora and SpongeBob from Netflix for MEELLLIONS

Are you ready, kids? 'Cos we paid a lot for this

Intel unzips new Atom phone chip: Low power, fast - is that right, ARM?

Computex 2013Merrifield brain talks the talk ...

Mind control hat makes quadcopter do what brain says

'An aperture! Go into it' - can students think anything else?

Let's get graphical with Hyper-V

ReviewTrevor scripts up some GUI admin tools

Big Brother? Social networks are far worse, says Estonian president

CyCon 2013Not even the Stasi had data like Facebook

Microsoft parades Windows 8.1, the version you may actually want

Computex 2013Outlook, Office, Start button

NATO defence ministers agree: This cyber business is very serious

More jaw-jaw needed before a war-war, though

Spooks nicking your tech? What you need is THE CLOUD - NSA boss

CyCon 2013Nation states pilfering blueprints, Pope still Catholic

Apple claims shot in arm for Cupertino from new Fruit Loop HQ

Doughnut? Spaceship? We beg to differ

Dell's new Compellent will make you break down in tiers... of flash

FS8600 pops hottest data into the fastest slots

AMD chalks up Opteron X design win on HP Moonshot hyperscale system

HP is getting to Kyoto ahead of AMD's SeaMicro biz

Microsoft video preview shows Windows 8.1 tablet UI options

VideoTiny tiles and pretty personalization tools

Calxeda lines up ODM partners for EnergyCore ARM server chips

ComputexGigabyte, Foxconn, and Aaeon forge web and storage servers

IBM blesses NoSQL upstart MongoDB

Big Blue pulls MongoDB JSON-querying into DB2, WebSphere

Never mind WinRT: Tiny Win8 slabs will ship with free Office, too

Suite to be bundled with 8-inch devices or smaller

FreedomPop aims to gut US wireless oligopoly with free smartphone

Freemium VoIP model piggybacks on Sprint

BlackBerry wants to see rivals' phones with BBM preinstalled

Seen as 'not a risk' to own handset sales

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