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That Microsoft-Nokia merger you've been predicting? It's no go

Redmond has reportedly left the table

NASA serves up Curiosity's billion-pixel panorama

Rover's 'selfies' included for good measure

Quantum boffins and bread-heads form new VC fund

Place your very, very, long range bets here

Embezzler stings IBM, Microsoft in Japan

Worker fired by Big Blue, repeated naughtiness at house of Windows

LinkedIn DNS hijacked, site offline

Be patient ... we've dealt with hacks before says business hub

Intel joins Alliance for Wireless Power

Chipzilla dreams of tangle-free ultrabooks, fondleslabs

Hi? Vladimir? It's Obama. The hackers ARE BACK. Hello? Are you still there?

How that new White House-Kremlin cyber-security hotline might work

I, for one, welcome our GIANT TITANIUM INSECT OVERLORDS

This is what happens when you give boffins 3D printers

Boffins light way to photonic computing with 1PB DVD tech

Smallest-ever laser dot shines a light on silicon alternatives

Home Office boffins slip out passport-scanning Android app

'Very good, Jones, but what's the point of our latest gizmo?'

Wake up, Uncle Fester! Huawei’s nattering about BUYING Nokia

AnalysisYes, we mean you, Ballmer

Hey, wannabe Murdochs, yet more chances to run your own telly station

Roll up, roll up, ignore the nasty people saying it'll flop

Brocade: People try to put us down, talkin' 'bout my (Fibre Chan) generation

InterviewWe quiz server wallah on Gen-5 Fibre Channel curveball

Nokia Lumia 925: The best Windows Phone yet

ReviewBut is it good enough to win back the market?

Tosh puts slim model on a single-plate diet to create new 7mm mutant

At 350GB, it wasn't hungry for data, anyway

France gives Google three month DATA PRIVACY DEADLINE

Liberté, egalité, intimité

Not even Comet crashing into Earth can keep Dixons out of the red

Retail chain whacked by £209m restructuring charge

Offensive, iconoclastic internet trolls will not be prosecuted, says DPP

Departing Trollhunter General in rare defence of freedom of speech

Can Microsoft's U-turn stop the Xbox 360 becoming another XP?

CommentAnother Lazarus product strangling its successors

BlackBerry will 'under-perform' beneath the sheets, says Wall St bod

Spreadsheets, obviously: Shares dip ahead of mobe maker's latest figures

When Apple needs speed and security in Mac OS X, it turns to Microsoft

StoragebodCupertino's Maverick needs some Redmond network knowhow

New cheapo iPhone ain't gonna be that cheap, says non-Foxconn CEO

Grand Mastery United Technology Corporation boss lays down law

EMC snaps up Israeli soft-storage startup

Could a creature with a thousand ARMs be on the cards?

Hey fanboi, is that an EXPLODING BATTERY in your MacBook Pro?

Or are you just pleased to see me with a fire extinguisher? Danger batt recall alert

Run the IT in a small biz? Work with Microsoft? Meet your new UK point man

Symantec's loss is Redmond's gain

Micron posts first quarterly profit for two YEARS

Trebles all round for the Boys from Boise

Clock ticking for IT distie Tech Data to end accounts probe

NASDAQ sets September deadline to file results, regain compliance

Pirate Bay founder Warg jailed for two years for hacking and fraud

'A big boy did it and ran away' fails as legal defence

Wannabe Dell owner Icahn's buyout blueprint blasted by board bods

'No financing, no commitment', no sale, Carl

ThousandEyes interrogates apps as they flow through clouds

Internet Research Lab wonks target app monitoring

Cisco seeks to gobble virty data biz Composite

Networking giant has a cloud itch to scratch

Cloudera taps new CEO for inevitable IPO push or acquisition

Former CEO becomes chairman and chief strategist

Suck it Vine: Instagram adds 15-second video clips with fancy filters

Includes video stabilization for when you've had too much coffee

Google staffing boss: Our old hiring procedures were 'worthless'

Brainteasers, grades, test scores 'don't predict anything'

Microsoft's canceled 'Project Brazil' took aim at Amazon, eBay

Stealth effort would have baked e-commerce into Windows

Cumulus sighting means storm coming for Cisco

Son of Cisco blessed by Amazon, helped by China, feared by everyone

El Reg casts a weather eye over Bureau of Met's new baby

'Meteye' upgrade is a weather geek's dream ... on the desktop

FTC boss promises probe into patent troll regulation

The wheels of government turn slowly

Can DirectAccess take over the world?

ReviewSignificant Server 2012 overhaul, but some niggles to iron out

Oracle posts flat revenues on slow software sales

'Pay no attention to those numbers, look at our CLOUD'

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