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Foxconn recruiting 3,000-strong army to work on Firefox OS

HTML5 hackers, cloud coders, and OS developers wanted

Report: Skype set up Project Chess to enable official snooping

Surveillance team in place before Microsoft took over

Ferocious fungus imperils future of British gin and tonic

'I'll have mine with a twist of Phytophthora austrocedrae, my good man'

New super maxed out on first day of operations

Sometimes 57,472 Sandy Bridge cores and 160 TB of memory aren't enough

Gartner magicians conjure technological TUBE MAP

Quadrants are too square for marketroids

FIVE DAY tech job interviews on trial at Oz telco Telstra

What are your weaknesses? Think hard: you've got all day to reply

Top Norks bone up on Hitler

Mad swingbelly dictator hands generals free copies of Mein Kampf

India's outsourcers fume over new US immigration bill

H-1B rage at 'discriminatory' new proposals

3D printers now emitting merged manufacturers

Stratasys to buy MakerBot for $US403m

NORKS harbouring 3,000-strong cyber army, claims Seoul

Most people might not have the interwebs but these guys are GOOD

El Reg rocket squad poised to select Ultimate Cuppa teabag

Your chance to nominate the A, B, C and D-cup lovelies

Facebook foolishness foils (un)civil servant's squirm up greasy pole

Latest government pen-pusher scolded for online idiocy

What should replace Linpack for ranking supercomputers?

ISC 2013Our Big Iron man has a few ideas following Top500

RBS Mainframe Meltdown: A year on, the fallout is still coming

When the totally brand new kit comes on ... what do you think will happen?

Can Jonny Ive's new 'iOS Vista' SAVE the BBC's £100m BRAIN? Yes!

¡Bong!Icons aren't meant to do anything

SACK MORE BRITS, Symantec UK told by US supremos - sources

Cost-cutting Blighty bosses sent back to drawing board, axe to swing in July

Anons: We milked Norks dry of missile secrets, now we'll spaff it online

North Korea military uses computers? AS IF, sniff experts

Rise of the Machines: How computers took over the stock market

FeatureInside the super-secret world of algorithmic trading

Apple: If you find us guilty in ebook price-fix trial, EVERYONE suffers

Biz upstarts just wouldn't know what to do with themselves, sighs brief

Nominet sacks freshly-hired exec implicated in hospital 'cover-up' scandal

'Public scrutiny has made her role here impossible'

Cultivated dope-smoking Welshman barred from own shed

Admits harvesting jazz cigarettes in wooden sanctum

Pussy galore: Bubble-bath webcam spy outrage

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Something someone showed me down the pub

Not all data encryption is created equal

Sysadmin blogProtect your vulnerable side

Internal power struggle at Oracle leaves Brits cool on Sun

Direct sales team scoffs all the deals, leaves channel slim pickings

Icelandic biz baron: 'I have a private jet waiting in China for Snowden'

Make sure you don't get in the wrong one, Edward

Google gets gentle Street View slurp slap from UK data cops

WiFi trawler fleet data to be destroyed, but no fine

Apple's $17bn bond sale not such a good deal for investors

Cupertino paper earns 'bumwad from the bank of Toyland' rating

Vodafone trials femtocell 3G coverage in Shetlands village

Blighty's most northerly not-spot no longer not

Brits' HSBC bank cards, net access goes TITSUP

Hi everyone! We're really sorry about this

'That time I hired a call girl to do my taxes while I f****d my accountant'

QuotWPlus: 'The police database is one of the least transparent operated by the state'

Using encryption? That means the US spooks have you on file

By my order for the good of the state, the bearer has done what has been done

'The Decider' quits Twitter to become White House deputy CTO

Nicole Wong to right wrongs on wrong rights?

Dished! Clearwire hops into bed with Sprint

Just have to spend all this money on boat drinks, I guess

Tokyo beak rules against Samsung in Apple 'bounce back' case

Tech titans' tit-for-tat patent slapmatch grinds on

Michael Dell: 'Cash in your shares, we are in a mess'

And it's only going to get worse before it gets better, CEO says in SEC filing

Sony set to launch smartwatch in Shanghai next week

Let's see if this fad has legs

Leaked docs: GCHQ spooks secretly haul in more data than NSA

Whistleblower Ed Snowden: 'The GCHQ are worse than the US'

Tesla unveils battery-swapping tech for fast car charging

Juiced up and on your way in 90 seconds

Wireless traffic-info networks could save BEEELIONS per year

And that's in Germany alone, say München autoboffins

Sunday's night sky to be flooded by MASSIVE SUPERMOON

This year's closest visit from our lunar partner

Facebook bug leaks contact info of 6 million users

But to each other, oddly enough – not the NSA

Oracle set for major Microsoft, Salesforce, Netsuite partnerships

Red Borg tees up 12c database love-in

US DoJ: Happy b-day, Ed Snowden! You're (not?) charged with capital crimes

UpdatedComplaint accuses NSA leaker of espionage, theft, and more

2012: second costliest year for weather and climate-related disasters

Hurricane Katrina lets 2005 shout, 'We're number one! We're number one!'

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