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Metasploit creator seeks crowd's help for vuln scanning

Project Sonar combines tools, data and research

VMware vSAN test pilots: Don't panic but there's a chance of DATA LOSS

AHCI SATA controller won't play nice with Virtzilla's robo-storage beta

NSA in new SHOCK 'can see public data' SCANDAL!

What you say on Twitter doesn't stay on Twitter

'Outback Rover' could help calibrate satellite sensors

Oz robot passes salt lake test

NSA: Yes, some of our spooks DID snoop on overseas lovers

But it's OK, they resigned before we gave them a slap on the wrist

SpaceX Falcon boosts to glory from Vandenberg space force base

As rival Cygnus podule finally docks at space station

Windows 8 fans out-enthuse Apple fanbois

Redmond allows 81 Win 8 devices to use one user ID, solving side-loading shemozzle

Hong Kong's data centres stay high and dry amid Typhoon Usagi

Feature180 km/h winds kill 25 in China, but the data centres keep humming

Actifio and the curious affair of the AIX copy reduction tech

'Been breeding in the wild for a long time, there's some strange beasts out there'

Nokia demonstrates: White Space ploy can get more 4G handsets into same spectrum

Hurray! for someone: Boo! for people who own spectrum

Explosion predicted in Myanmar's mobe and slab markets - analysts

Device prices plummeting in Burmaemerging Asian nation

DEAD STEVE JOBS kills Apple bounce patent from BEYOND THE GRAVE

VidBiz tyrant's iPhone bragging ruled prior art

WHY didn't Microsoft buy RIM? Us business blokes would have queued for THAT phone

Sysadmin blogNothing cuts it if you're a sysadmin

Sharp whispers its vital statistics: 15.6in 3840 × 2160 IGZO screen for next MacLap Pro?

Hell of a chat-up line for Apple

Our magnificent Vulture 2 spaceplane: Intimate snaps

Inside the world's first 3D-printed, rocket-powered aircraft

Fondling slabs during takeoff WON'T end in a fireball of death - report

Unless, of course, you happen to be the pilot

Hundreds of hackers sought for new £500m UK cyber-bomber strike force

Britain must rm -rf its enemies or be rm -rf'ed, declares defence secretary

Clear this week's diary - Twitter just might flash its secret $15bn IPO in public

Unless Prez Obama drops the ball tonight, say pals close to inane whittering site

OUCH: Google preps ad goo injection for Android mobile Gmail app

Don't worry, fandroids, wallet-plumping serum won't hurt a bit

Would you hire a hacker to run your security? 'Yes' say Brit IT bosses

We don't have enough securo bods in the industry either, reckon gloomy BOFHs

ATOM SMASHER ON A CHIP technology demonstrated

Is that a Large Hadron Collider in your pocket or ... oh, you've lost it already

Wireless-charging power struggle latest: Qualcomm invades rival to kill upstart

Chip giant disguises itself as a Trojan horse

Watch BLUBBERING BILLION-DOLLAR BALLMER: Microsoft goodbye love-gush leaks

Video'You're like a fourth child to me'

HP gazes at own navel in UK boss search: We name tipped contenders

It's a two horse race to the top, say Reg sources

First Twitter, now Candy Crush King. So who ISN'T 'filing a secret IPO'?

Brit games biz plots Wall St affaire de coeur, says source

Microsoft to kill Select Agreement rebates, rain cash on cloud deals

UK enterprise partners to lose 'hundreds of thousands' of pounds – sources

ZERO-G DINOSAUR made from bits and bobs by space station flight engineer

Cuddly tyrannosaur crafted from Russian food podules

How to break out of the storage hardware zoo

In search of scalability

Google: Thanks for the billions in revenue, UK. Here are your taxes, that's ... £11m

But we're spending a mint on our King's Cross sales HQ!

APPLE is the new COCA-COLA: Bubble-beverage globocorp beaten by Foxconn rebrander

And by huge ad firm

BlackBerry ripped itself apart wooing CIOs AND iPhone fanbois - insiders

Touchscreens fiddled while RIM burned

Facebook sharpens ad-shifting tool: Soon users will eat creepily SPECIFIC ad-gloop

Just an algorithm tweak and you're all mine ... bitch

Hyperscaling gives you power when you need it

How to grow and shrink like Alice

Microsoft follows Amazon in gaining critical US gov certification

Redmond zooms onto FedRAMP, but where's Google?

Sceptical markets snub Violin Memory: Can the flashy biz bounce back?

CommentIt ain't getting any easier in the flashy upstart world - where's the dosh, Don?

Windows Phone market share hits double digits in UK and France

Porcine aviation squad ready for takeoff

Apple, AT&T settle 'bait and switch' iPad 3G data plan lawsuit

Forty bucks may be waiting for you, aggrieved iPad owner

Sweet murmuring Siri opens stalker vulnerability hole in iOS 7

'Siri, hand over my contacts and history now…'

GreenBytes' chairman and CEO resigns

Sudden goodbye

Distributed systems boffins flock to RICON West

Google's guts, Twitter's tweaks, Basho's database details, and more

NSA's Project Marina stores EVERYONE'S metadata for A YEAR

Latest Snowden leak shows government economical with the truth

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