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Microsoft: Ha ha, my Wall Street friends - THIS time the victory is OURS

Windows sales shrunk, but just a leetle

Apple CEO Tim Cook v Microsoft's Ballmer: Seconds out, round two!

CommentCupertino supremo gets snarky – is he pugnacious or defensive?

ARM cores leg it into body of Big Blue, rub shoulders with Power network chips

British Cortexes licensed to thrill communications silicon

Pac-Man GHOST nebula is literally the coolest thing in the universe – boffins

PicWarming up in the Big Bang's background radiation

Please, PLEASE, Skype... Don't kill our apps and headsets, plead devs

Petition demands stay of execution on doomed desktop API

Broadcom sheds 1,150 workers in race to bundle 4G silicon out the door

Gotta lighten the load somehow

Norks seed online games with malware in fiendish DDoS plot

Seoul police believe country's love of gaming will be turned upon itself

Money really does GROW ON TREES say boffins

Who needs big data when you can find gold leaf on trees?

SEX CRAZED FISH keeping hapless Southamptonites awake

Fishy explanation for night-time sonic attack

Facebook reveals 700TB of tiered RAM and flash power Graph Search

The Social NetworkTM lifts skirts, shows glimpses of MySQL, Hadoop and Unicorn

Samsung patent points to hi-tech glasses project

Korean giant developing a sporty Google Glass variant

Biz bods, politicos, beware: 'BOTS are on the loose, and they're coming for YOU

UK, US, Canada and India all report Mevade infections

Quantum returns to loss-making after Microsoft royalty blip

Stabilised business facing choppy markets

'With free Mavericks, we are turning the industry ON ITS EAR'

QuotWPlus: 'Only Apple and some 3 letter agencies can answer, we cannot'

Why Bletchley Park could never happen today

FeatureCan you keep a secret? No, course you can't

Cash-strapped students hungrily eye up old, unloved racks

SCC'13Student clusterers in flop-per-dollar face-off

Hard-as-woodpecker-lips MOUSE GOBBLES live scorpion, LAUGHS off stings to face

VideoWhere IS thy sting? Oh, I've eaten it, greedy me

San Fran tech hub wants hookers and hackers for Halloween

Get your IT kit orrrrrff

TECH WAR: Brummies say firms 'lose out' in London's Tech City

Black Country business chiefs puff up Birmingham tech scene

Intel on Europe: The Internet of Things could SAVE US ALL

FeatureApply clever tech to lift economic gloom, says chip giant labs chief

Mega-distie Ingram Micro takes knife to costs in 'very challenged' Europe

Q3 sales in region flat like a pancake, operating profit tumbles

Ofcom: By 2017, even BUMPKINS will have superfast broadband

Um, most of them... most of the time...

Coding: 'Suitable for exceptionally dull weirdos'

Readers' cornerNiche, mechanical skill, a bit like plumbing or car repair

Vulture 2 paintjob: Four-year-old nipper triumphs

Ariadne's felt pens colour magnificent spaceplane

Silicon Valley 'no-hire pact' lawsuit gets class action status for tech workers

Judge makes it easier for IT staff to get bigger payouts from über-rich firms

How I BLEW my co-workers' HEADS OFF ... without going to jail

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Larking about when the boss isn’t looking

NetSuite's Nelson mocks SAP for halting work on its, er, 'NetSuite-killer'

There is no way of dealing with the SaaSman but to knock him down

Irish privacy boss hauled to court for NOT probing Facebook for spook links

'Do something' about PRISM data-slurping, says privacy crusader resets passwords after malware-flinging HACK FLAP

Revokes SSL cert as Java vuln find prompts slash-and-burn recovery

Samsung's at it AGAIN: SHATTERING profit records, that is

Chips are up for Sammy but the mobes may be heading down

Reg mobile correspondent Bill Ray hangs up his Vulture hat

Not-spot-swatting*, robot lawn-slasher-building** Vulture leaves the nest

Netgear router admin hole is WIDE OPEN, but DON'T you dare go in, warns infosec bod

Networking kit-makers: C'mon, it won't happen if you secure your network

How to find OS X Mavericks' 43 hidden photogenic beauties

PicsNifty photos Apple stuffed away from your prying eyes, now revealed

Don't crack that Mac: Almost NOTHING in new Retina MacBook Pros can be replaced

TeardownProprietary screws and gobs o' glue

Does Apple make you puke? Take this iOS 7.0.3 update with your tablets

No more nausea-inducing UI effects – and the Lock Screen bypass claimed fixed, as well

Is it barge? Is it a data center? Mystery FLOATING 'Google thing'

PicYarr, there be a treasure trove of clues pointin' to Mountain View

Play Elite, Pitfall right now: Web TIME PORTAL opens to vintage games, apps

From VisiCalc to E.T., Internet Archive runs classics in your browser

Rackspace goes to Israel, picks up slick new weapon for cloud wars

AnalysisLightweight ZeroVM hypervisor glues compute layer onto datastores

Study: Arctic warming at 'stunning' rate – highest temps in 44,000 years

'Anthropogenic increases in greenhouse gases led to unprecedented warmth'

Ahoy, scalliwags! FBI claims another haul of Silk Road booty - $26m of it

144,000 Bitcoins seized from 'Dread Pirate Roberts'

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