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Microsoft plugs Xbox One consoles into its cloud - what could go wrong?

No one wants a Blue Sky of Death ruining their post-work shoot'em'up

CSIRO unveils new bushfire software and knowledge base

User feedback to help refine models

Facebook TEENS EXPOSED to entire WORLD

Lockdown lifted from underage users' accounts

Screw Internet-of-Things: Boffins build Internet-of-Sound UNDERWATER

Do whale farts cause a 404?

Microsoft saddles up for a ride on Sky Giraffe

Redmond's venture capital arm writes its first cheque

Rorschach test suggested as CAPTCHA replacement

You're a sick puppy with a secure password

OpenStack adds F5 as member

Stacking the upper layer

Most 'cloud' traffic never sees the cloud: Cisco

Bits are stay at home types and find the wide world a scary place

Feline OVERLORDS ditch camera-toting human servants, film selfie vids

Forget Drake Hands, it's all about cat collar cams now

Indonesia becomes MOST DANGEROUS place on the internet

Tops China to claim crown as main source of poison packets in Akamai study

Free Cocaine giveaway from Russian search engine Yandex

Naughtily named platform-as-a-service product may get up Google's nose

Leaky security could scuttle global ship-tracking system

Nuke-carrying Iranian ghost ships could be on the USA's radar right now

Do not adjust your set: TV market slows, 'connected TV' grows

OpinionHang on, why didn't market-watchers see this coming?

Send dosh (insecurely) via email, Jack Dorsey's Square tells punters

TLS can secure financial transactions ... right?

EC: NSA slurps scare you? Europe's clouds are open for business

We're not building 'fortress Europe' for cloud, mind

Reg reader's nipper takes felt pens to Vulture 2

'My four-year-old can design better than that'

Man+iPhone versus artificial intelligence: Anki robot racer slot cars

Ladies and gents (boys and girls), start your engines

How mystery DDoSers tried to take down Bitcoin exchange with 100Gbps crapflood

ExclusiveEl Reg talks to anti-DDos bods - who UNMASK the target...

Behold, the MONSTER-CLAWED critter and its terrifying SPIDER BRAIN

PicExtinct marine creature had nervous system of a sort

BSkyB profit knocked by BT footie struggle and O2 broadband costs

'I totally expected that to happen', says Darroch

Ubisoft's Watch Dogs muzzled by delays

But defence mega-corp Thales isn't bothered ... and here's why

Ofcom flogs ex-military 4G spectrum, but ONLY the iPhone 5 can use it

Carriers cheer choice, customers cry in confusion

Twitter hires Google ad exec: Microblogging? We've heard of it

Former Googler will join firm just ahead of its IPO

METEORITES, not MEN, are FROM MARS: NASA rover's shock discovery

That whole women-Venus bit is pretty unlikely too, to be honest

eBay warns investors: Don't expect 'em to stuff stockings with our tat

Sales of secondhand How the Grinch Stole Christmas to soar...

Here comes Windows 8.1! Microsoft grits teeth, pushes upgrade to world

AnalysisRedmond releases the OS you'll sorta recognise

NSA reporter leaves paper for eBay billionaire backed media biz

Glenn Greenwald leaves Grauniad for Pierre Omidyar project

MPs to review laws on UK spy-snoopery after GCHQ Tempora leaks

Intelligence and Security Committee chairman says 'balance to be found'

HP cloud overlord backs UK distie Westcoast as it flogs its fluff to small biz

Big biz has the cloud fear, thunders vendor's chief

Apple appoints top Obama legal eagle as antitrust watchdog

Ex-offshore drilling monitor will keep Apple honest after ebook price-fixing scandal

NSA boss Alexander and deputy to take a hike next year

CommentNot related to Snowden disclosures, no sirree, says NSA mouthpiece

Former Nokia boss Ollila: Stephen Elop was second-choice CEO

I WANTED to flog high-end smartphones. Operators stopped me – former CEO

Enormo US reseller Insight rejigs top bods across rest of world

Top UK and EMEA execs are leaving, and sales 'are down' – sources

LG Display: No one buys TVs any more, but mobe screens? KerCHING

Q4 won't be as good, as telly display demand plummets

Acronis CEO: Anyone can undercut Amazon. Reg hack: Prove it

Blocks and FilesBoss puts numbers where his mouth is

Windows 8.1: Read this BEFORE updating - especially you, IT admins

Get ready for a long download ... and another ... and another

COFFEE AND DANISH HELL: National ID system cockup forces insecure Java on Danes

Enjoy your gaping holes if you wanna bank, email, etc

A $17.3bn fine, you say? Samsung begs for five-year patent war truce

Chaebol furiously waves white flag as EU watchdog mulls peace treaty

Google shares surf ad-destroying mobile tsunami to RECORD HIGH

Page wishes he knew how to throw MORE money on fundamental research

US red-tape will drain boffins' brains into China, says crypto-guru Shamir

RSA algo man speaks out after battle for visa blocked him from NSA-backed powwow

Ubuntu 13.10 lands on desktops, servers and (er, some) phones

Release hailed as 'milestone in computing history'

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