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'Anonymous' to Reg hack: We know SEA leaders' names

Anonymous hacktivists say they've taken down Syrian Electronic Army hacktivists

HTC trio suspected of pilfering design IP

Investigators storm mobe maker's offices after firm sounds alarm

Australian coalition promises digital pigeonhole for all

Policy focuses on e-governement, pays lip service to startups and students

Taiwan bids to bolster security with free malware database

Resource is open to all in malware-addled Asian nation

Finally it happens: MAN BITES DOG - after stabbing himself

Crazy Californian cuts chest, creates chaos chomping on constabulary's cur

Google chap reverse engineers Sinclair Scientific Calculator

No Pi, only basic functions and hardly any storage, but Clive's 1974 team made it work

Redmond's certification chief explains death of MCM and MCA

High-end cert program 'just hasn't gained the traction we hoped for'

Boffins confirm quantum crypto can keep a secret

Hack-defeating QKD protocol validated in two sets of tests

New EU rules: Telco only SOMETIMES has to tell you it spaffed your data

Can't do it immediately? Do it later. Can't later? Give a, er, 'reasoned justification'

'World's worst director' plans Snowden-inspired movie comedy

Uwe Boll takes to Kickstarter to fund Postal 2

Cognitive Networks to bring creepy awareness to LG's smart TVs

What are you watching? Hmm... here's some content

Foursquare gets pushy with fandroids, touchy Windows 8 bods

Hey investors, we're serious about this business thing – bung us a few mil?

Compact Cassette supremo Lou Ottens talks to El Reg

Anniversary Q&A'Successful products are created by normal people who just follow their intuition'

Vodafone and Verizon update relationship status: $130bn worth of complicated

If we don't pay tax on corporate divorce, and the board's happy

Top Twitter lawyer quits micro-blogging site ahead of IPO

#goofingoffabit

Level 3 starts round 2 of layoffs: 60 UK workers to lose jobs

Internet backbone provider plans to axe 700 workers worldwide

Thought biz would NEVER go for pricey flash storage? Think again

Hard disk sales dropping off? Time for some proper margins, channel

Nokia drives cars into the clouds: Hear HERE, you're here, hear?

Google Maps killer gets behind the wheel

Scots council cops £100K fine for spaffing vulnerable kids' data ONLINE

Aberdeen staffer uploaded children's files to public website

US gov preps sale of TOP SECRET disease research island

Will raise money so Feds can move zombie-breeding 'vaccine lab' to Kansas

Baffled boffins 'closer' to finding origins of extragalactic COSMIC RAYS

Uberbeams zap forth from deepest darkest space, says Delaware physicist

Brit music body BPI lobbies hard for 'UK file-sharers database'

Virgin Media brands plan 'unworkable', TalkTalk says 'our customers come first'

Lenovo chief Yang wangs hefty bonus wodge to workers

10,000 employees at world's biggest PC maker to benefit from payout

WIN a RockBLOCK Iridium satellite comms module

CompetitionName LOHAN spaceplane mission's preposterous abort box

Storage vendors: You're next over the cliff after the server salesmen

Blocks and FilesArrays in the basement are for the birds... we're all moving to the cloud

Sage 50 activation blackout: Shops sent back to paper age

Micro compensation payments for accounting software ballsup?

World+dog left counting costs: Still can't bury corpse of titsup Brit IT giant 2e2

86% of book debt still not collected, staff tribunals continue

Logicalis CEO serves notice. Ring, ring: Hi, Mr Ballmer? A minute of your...CLICK

Chief Ian Cook collecting keys to chairman's office

Telstra, Moto in lead for $AU450m-plus wireless contract

Public safety upgrade ahead of the G20

Science fiction titan Frederik Pohl dies, aged 93

Grand master passes through the final Gateway

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