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Black hole boffins close in on gravity waves

Peering at pulsars produces promising pulling premise

Internet Explorer 11 BREAKS Google, Outlook Web Access

The Windows 8.1 train wreck rollout continues apace

Brit boffins trap light in Lego-like lumps

Aluminium studs make solar panels more efficient

US Veep's wireless heart implant disabled to stop TERRORIST HACKERS

Dick Cheney's defibrillator adjusted at the factory to stop attack depicted on Homeland

Snap-happy blogger babe posts catcalling blokes' mugshots online

Hey baby, I want to spread you all over... the INTERNET

Mark Shuttleworth labels Mir opponents 'the Open Source Tea Party'

Ubuntu Daddy nods to Reg, reveals Ubuntu 14.04 will be 'Trusty Tahr'

LG's 'Chromestation' trademark grab sparks Google tie-up speculation

Korean giant could clamber aboard the Chromewagon with 'Chromedesks' too

Android's defences against malicious apps dissed by security bods

Your hacker barriers are mostly dialogue boxes, Mr Wonka

Apple's first iPhone now COSTS MORE than golden mobe 5S

Siri? 4G? GPS? All rubbish to the RICHEST FANBOIS in HISTORY

Keeping your endpoint data safe: some simple precautions

Sysadmin blogStay one step ahead

Big Blue's storage performance badly bitten by pack of mid-range canines

Who will rid us of these mangy digital curs?

Volvo: Need a new car battery? Replace the doors and roof

Super capacitor sandwich built into body panels

LIVE CHAT: You, El Reg, experts chat about Win 8.1 and Surface 2

Redmond plays its Christmas slablet and PC cards

Apple handed Samsung-busting nuke after Steve Jobs patent U-turn

Multitouch interface gets new green light from Patent Office

Bacteria-chomping phages could kill off HOSPITAL SUPERBUGS

Abandoned Soviet-era science might be key to solving NHS plague

Mutant array upstart Nimble Storage slips IPO forms into SEC's postbox

Tech firm which sells products - not customers - preps for float

Adobe hackers strike again: PR Newswire grovels to clients after latest hack'n'grab

Sticky fingerprints left on server used for Adobe code slurp

Google stays tight-lipped on IE9 Gmail, Apps death sentence

Chocolate Factory's browser support policy in U-turn mode?

Apple accused over 'secure' iMessage encryption

Infosec wallah questions security of fruity chat service

Meet the 'KARDASHIAN Phone' – what Apple bods nicknamed the iPhone 5s

Kim has upgraded, sure, but has she upgraded her mobe?

Impending Windows XP doom breathes life into flagging PC sales

Yet British biz still reluctant to get off its backsides

MPs to grill Facebook: You're going to let our teens do WHAT?

Zuck's ad network under fire after change to public sharing controls for youngsters

Hands up, who couldn't post to Facebook today? Oh, MILLIONS of you

Complaints pile up on Twitter, natch

That's a lotta cats: 40% of YouTube vids are streamed to mobes

All well and good, but where's the revenue?

Want a licence to print cash? Move to 3D printing

'At least one of you will make €1m'... No, not you, Dave

Whoops! Apple drops kimono, flashes 'FREE' GarageBand for iOS7

Soz fanbois... you'll probably pay for the synths

Germany: We're willing to use 'instruments of TORTURE' on Amazon

Competition watchdog: Etailer will be forced to 'eliminate impediments to competition'

Distributing Microsoft gear in UK? You might not be for much longer

Axe may fall in Redmond's new device and service era

Hybrid Windows laptop-slash-tablet fails to halt toilet-bound PC market

It's Android and iOS's world now

Facebook switches itself off and on again after GLOBAL meltdown

No longer a proper read-only book: World's economies bog down once again

HTC chief exec to focus on designing new mobes, sticks Wang in sales etc

Chairwoman will have to do most of his other chores

Crown Castle blows $4.85 BEEELLION for rights to AT&T's cell towers

Listen, thanks for the cash, but we still need to use them, m'kay?

Now swallow: Microsoft hands out cure for Surface RT tabs killed by Win 8.1

No problem – download another 4GB and you're done

Mirantis: Hey guys, here's an idea - we're putting 'open' in OpenStack

You say tomato, we say 'lock-in free' cloud

Furious French choke on chardonnay over NSA's phone spying in France

Zut alors! Monsieur l'ambassadeur américain convoqué réunion sans café

RUMBLINGS: Apple pondering 'Touch Cover keyboard' for iPads

Will Cupertino follow Microsoft's, er, lead?

Anti-food startup Soylent pours sugar daddies' $1.5m into its gloopy mix

CEO: 'I certainly enjoy mortal food but I'm mostly living off Soylent'

BlackBerry Messenger RESURRECTED for iOS, Android doodads

But you gotta be on the guest list before you can use it

11m Chinese engulfed by 'Airpocalypse' at 4000% of safe pollution levels

VideoSchools, airports close, traffic snarls as killing cloud shrinks visibility to 10 meters

If there's somethin' strange in your network 'hood. Who y'gonna call? Google's DDoS-busters

Project Shield guards activists, charities from web storms

VMware sucks more customers into its virtual orbit

Earnings beat estimates, see return to customer growth

Pure Storage plots to KILL EMC VMAX

Multi-array manager on the agenda but disk, not flashy rivals, is the takedown target

Wikipedia sockpuppetry probe puts a sock in hundreds of accounts

Is 'edit-for-pay' deceitful or just garden variety PR sleaze?

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