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Facebook tramples Twitter's turf with media-friendly tracking

Expect lots of 'what's trending on Facebook' fluff

IBM: Closed clouds are dead meat

Proprietary tech will be 'out-innovated by the world'

Tech titans team up to complain about US government spy requests

United action to save their businesses protect privacy

Google scrambles to block backdoors

Plans to add crypto to data centre traffic

Turnbull floats e-vote, compulsory ID

Want to beat fraud? Let's call Diebold ...

Opera unveils iPad-only browser

'Coast' washes away the back button

Jail time promised for false tweets in China

Xinhua will escape from Olympic 2020 gaffe, no doubt

Pulse-taking ticker tech cuff to sniff out cash-snafflers

He just SNUCK up behind me and slapped it on my OTHER wrist!

Microsoft says axed certificates were FAILING its software biz

Ate up half the education budget, produced only 150 grads a year

Pair of complete tits sorry for pervy app

'Titstare' developers post apology for disrupting disruption-fest

Five SECRET products Apple won't show today

The Reg's Asian travels reveal the iShoe, Apple soup and more

Got the CLOUD FEAR? Connected Data has a black 'n' blue cone to sell you

Dropbox without all the public cloud malarkey

400 million Chinese people can't speak Chinese: Official

Mandarin? No idea, mate

AMD's beating HEART of Internet of Things: 64-bit ARMs head for gadgets

New system-on-chips are not aimed at servers

Bin half-baked Raspberry Pi hubs, says Pimoroni: Try our upper-crust kit

ReviewMade-in-Blighty doofer aims to solve port connectivity conundra

Seagate parades spinning skinny model to oust flash from fondleslabs... almost

To make the most of it you’ll want... er... a flash cache too

Shop-a-suspect web security system: 'We've helped cops nab 100 suspects'

Data-spaffing Facewatch scheme hopes for wider rollout

Brit and Danish boffins propose NSA-proof crypto for cloud computing

Only one problem with joint project: low SPDZ

TV's goggle gaggle: EVERYBODY'S first with something at consumer tech feast

IFA 2013OLED and HDMI 2.0 rule the 4K roost

Twitter to buy ad exchange as it edges closer to IPO

Scoops up MoPub to drive revenue ahead of expected floatation

Wanna boost app speed? Think of the server, and tune 'er to NUMA

HPC on Wall StreetAnd maybe chuck in some flash-based DIMMs, too

Google backs gallery of computer-crazed female boffinry at Bletchley Park

The National Museum of Computing opens women in computing exhibition

Shingle me timbers! Seagate brags of 1m SMR drives - where are they?

Disks with tiny tracks shipping, 5TB boxes by 2014, we're told

We made the iPhones, now we want OUR 'UNPAID' WAGES – student Pegatron toilers

China Labor Watch says Apple's manufacturer must cough alleged underpayments

WD's billion-dollar flash slurps: All this tech, and STILL no deal with chip-fryers

AnalysisFlashy rumblings after Virident acquisition

CSC boss post-NHS IT flop, Ford CEO 'pitched' as the next Steve Ballmer

Top Microsoft investors said to have lightly leaned on Gates

Should Nominet ban .uk domains that use paedo and crim-friendly words?

Censorship or sense? Speak your brains NOW amid domain shakeup plan

Ready to bin your USB cables yet? Wireless USB hops on WiGig bandwagon

Kicks USB up to 60GHz, calls self 'media agnostic'

Biz bods STILL don't patch hacker's delight Java and Flash

I said a patch Flash, or hacks unlatch, snatch data to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat

Boris Johnson floats idea of 'London visa' to attract tech talent

Never mind the rest of Blighty, brainboxes, come to the capital

Alibaba stands firm against Hong Kong exchange over IPO

Firm battles to keep management in control after it goes public

Storage firms, tremble: MASSIVE tech beast Cisco has just spaffed $415m on Whiptail

Flash array startup slurp means tech behemoth's got a new gig

Torvalds shoots down call to yank 'backdoored' Intel RdRand in Linux crypto

'We actually know what we are doing. You don't' says kernel boss

Intel uncloaks micro-microchip assault with Quark SoCs

IDF13Daddy Silicon shows mobile cred: 'Look, we've got wearables!'

Swiss space plane to launch robotic orbital debris destroyer

VideoBecause the Swiss like things tidy

Intel carves up Xeon E5-2600 v2 chips for two-socket boxes

IDF13Ivy Bridge-EP CPUs slide into Sandy Bridge sockets, chase loads of workloads

David Attenborough warns that humans have stopped evolving

Also, please stop breeding so much

Intel reveals 14nm PC, declares Moore's Law 'alive and well'

IDF13But is Chipzilla whistling in the dark?

New iPhones: C certainly DOESN'T stand for 'Cheap'

Analysis'Unapologetically plastic' 5C, 'desktop-class' 5S

Apple slugs Australia with iPhone tax

Local prices for new phones up to $AUD120 over the odds

IBM forges NextScale servers for HPC and hyperscale cheapskates

IDF13As vanity free as Big Blue can get with server clusters

Qld public safety IT&T needs overhaul

Review urges common comms in agencies

Amazon cloud erupts in Intel BRANDGASM

IDF13Intel Inside disclosure sheds light on EC2 brains

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