Blackberry shipments hit historic low point
Those IP addresses we said belong to the NSA? We were probably wrong
PollVote now: Browsers reveal logins on idle PCs, but is it a code flaw or a brain bug?
Kiwi bureaucrat says results of youth scheme show it's worth turning privacy on its head
PICDream lander design revealed
By 12, they're too cool for a featurephone
AnalysisThe more you scare us, the more we ignore you
We were up when Azure was down, boasts CEO
Cyber-cleanups of cyber-raids on Uncle Sam's cyber-assets cost cyber-amounts of cash
Wordpress, Joomla, Datalife Engine - they're all under cyber-crims' control
NAND planarity has a few good years still
Bad news: Most office bods won't patch it. Good news: Most office bods won't find password
Spotify for fandroids? Something like that, yeah
Crass, fiendish and no doubt a good money-spinner
ExclusiveKeeping the DB alive outside Larry's grasp? Sounds good to Choc Factory
Voucher bazaar turns to mobe deals, puts on a brave face
The 'off' button is a great regulator, apparently
Sales stall, lack of innovation and absence of Microsoft Office blamed
'Their hateful lives motivate them to hate people they don't know'
Cupertino knows where you were last summer – it's a feature
Appeals court says commission was wrong about Moto's innocence
'Early sign of Linux becoming less secure,' says infosec bod
El Reg talks latency with the product-pusher
Turning up with rivals kit? Turn round and go back home
From the firm that brought you the 'cat brain chip'
You'll have to wait until 2015 though
IRS ordered to help fudge real source of evidence for narcotics busts
Just keep pledging, please...
Mainframe virtualization is better – and more secure – than x86 alternatives
'When you're dying of malaria ... I’m not sure how it'll help you'
Vulture capitalist ups his stake ahead of vote
Won't be 'complicit in crimes against the American people'
Company publishes a workaround in the meantime
Adds 79 infrastructure patents to non-aggression IP chest
Striking while the fluffy hybrid iron is hot
Preparing for 'the day after tomorrow'
DoJ trying to 'impose a specific business model on the publishing industry,' they argue