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Botch Tuesday: Redmond frags video codec

'Fix' for flaw in codec has video editors screaming and gamers steaming

Amazon button leaked user traffic

Shopping button let sneaks snoop

Internet overlords deny Google's 'dotless' domains dream

Chocolate Factory's 'http://search' plan may 'harm security of internet'

Chinese police probe iPhone user's death by electrocution

Apple set to launch investigation as family demands answers

'Thundering mechanical behemoth' walker mech to attack Leicester today

VidSadly made by an artist, so it's a bit crap

Forecast cloudy as Office 365 pushes into 38 new markets

Asian states benefit from new currency and language support

Google study finds users ignore Chrome security warnings

Research tracks 25m browser warning messages, says Chrome users most reckless

Cubesats to go interplanetary with tiny plasma drives

Boffins seek your cash to sling tiny sats into deep space

Is your Apple gadget made of human misery and eco-ruin?

Cook despatches squad to Indonesia in fondleslab blood scrub effort

UK.gov fines itself harshly for hurling NHS records to the winds

Even managed to lose records showing how many records were lost

Internet evildoers stitch together vile ransomware-survey scam chimaera

Used criminal brain stolen from brain depository

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch 2013: All’s well that Haswell

Review Part OneIntel's new processor tech gives the ageing Ultrabook a lift

Apple MacBook Air 13-inch 2013: Windows struggles in Boot Camp

Review Part TwoCan you turn Apple’s Haswell laptop into a Redmond Ultrabook?

Confidential Microsoft brief: 'We're TOAST if we fight Google on price'

'That is one scenario where we are very much at risk'

Explicit shots: China's gorgeous flop-tastic Tianhe-2 supercomputer

PicsThe Sky River sequel has Intel – and a whole lot of noodles – Inside

El Reg Playmonaut soars to 113,000ft

LOHAN test flight ends in dramatic stratodangle

Microsoft lathers up Windows 8.0 Surface RT for quick price shave

You don't have to be a student to buy unwanted slab

Unmasked: Euro ISPs raided in downloads strangle probe

Investigated after internet slowdown claims by US giant

Pure boffinry: We peek inside Nokia's miracle cameraphone

Special ReportHow did they miniaturise a monster?

MS Office on iOS is OFF the menu, says Fujitsu as it nixes Personal Cloud

'Whole licensing landscape needs to change' moans CTO

Man sues Apple for allowing him to become addicted to porn

Cupertino hurting 'mom and pop' porn shops too. Yes, your friendly local... er.. WTF?

Graphical front ends for PowerShell? Here's a couple for you

Sysadmin blogTrevor Pott gives Corefig and PSHVM a whirl

Radiohead's Thom Yorke pulls his own music off Spotify

'Not like radio at all', snarls testy popstrel over chickenfeed stream rates

VMware waves goodbye to Zimbra

Email biz to merge with Telligent

Security bods boycott DEF CON over closed door for feds

'Hey, if you're just here for interest, don't consider yourself a Fed!'

The summer hit you're all waiting for: Windows 9? No. MapR's flashy M7

Amazon cloud boots big-data muncher with PCIe slabs

Latest phish trawl: Your Twitter friend may not really be your friend

We know what you did last summer, or at some other time

Apple chippery sticking with Samsung or moving to GlobalFoundries?

Or maybe TSMC? The rumor deluge continues apace

Ex-Microsoftie software hotshot Ozzie joins HP board

Former CEOs at McDonald's and Liberty Media bring biz and consumer smarts

Linux 3.11 to be known as 'Linux for Workgroups'

New kernel version pays homage to Windows past

US public sector shuns public clouds

Spending surge sees feds chuck cash at on-prem tech

Femtocell flaw leaves Verizon subscribers' Wi-Fi and mobile wide open

Not just Verizon: Up to 30 carriers at risk

Microsoft's next device could be a Surface Watch

Prototype wearables spotted with 'transparent aluminum' casing, Windows 8

Oracle gooses Exalytics in-memory appliance with flash, fat DDR3 sticks

Waiting for the 'Ivy Bridge-EX' Xeon E7 v2 from Intel

Understanding what's going on in storage arrays is like doing MAGIC

StoragebodSoftware defined storage? It's a load of bollocks

Yahoo! gets animated GIF commendation for defending user privacy

'If a company secretly fights a secret court, is it still PR?'

New moon discovered around Neptune brings total to 14

Even Voyager 2 missed it

Apple needs help: iWatch, 'Retina' iPad mini delayed until 2014?

Need a job? Apple wants YOU – but do you want Apple?

Google Glass going to the dogs: FIDO project computerizes canines

Man's best friend gets digital support

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