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1st > November > 2013 Archive

Firefox's plugin-blocker slams into beta - but don't jump for joy, Flash haters

Malware, you shall not pass (unless it's in a .swf)

MEDIC! Google, Oracle, Red Hat docs race to save crippled

It's flatlining - charge defibrillator... CLEAR! Bzzt-doofff

Australian confirms Huawei ban

Political bedfellows on local board can't sway new government

How Dark Mail Alliance hopes to roll out virtually NSA-proof email next year

El Reg chats to cofounder Jon Callas

HP 100TB Memristor drives by 2018 – if you're lucky, admits tech titan

Blocks and FilesUniversal memory slow in coming

Murdoch: I'm a Jawbone fanboi - and it's going to help me live to 100!

Connect my blood to the internet, Smithers, leers media baron

Commies copying West again as Vietnam plans own Silicon Valley

At least they didn't go with 'Digital Mekong' or something even lamer

Apple Store workers' inner journey revealed

VideoFanboi frenzy cools at Oz iPad Air launch

Anonymous hacked off with Singapore's menacing net rules plan

Hacktivist attacks The Straits Times for 'misleading the people'

Mellanox bakes self into OpenStack, hopes world+dog bytes

'OpenStack Neck Beards and Suits Unite' in Honkers next week

Mars defends: HUMANS to SEND UFO to Red Planet by 2016

Foundation seeks flingable, concept-proving 'small craft'

Turnbull to NBN contractors: Dance, baby, dance!

Minister wants Visionstream to work faster before he'll bargain for better pay

Japanese boffins make a splash with bath-based touchscreen

Break the water's surface with something round to create stimulus

Milky Way 'POPS PILLS and SNORTS GAS', insist boffins

Astro-experts peer into our galactic party town's Smith Cloud

Forrester to Facebook: you're SHALLOW and a BAD FRIEND

Also a BIG DATA DUNCE who tells fat fibs to ad-slingers … bitch forks out £250k to rescue EROTIC novelists and pals from PIRATES

And they're not even British smut-peddlers

Need an internet antidote? Try magic mushrooms

Picture specialReg hack goes in search of the elusive food of emperors

RM CEO: We didn't even try to sell PC biz before killing it

'Would have been no interest... buyers weren't plentiful'

BOFH: Is WHAT 'running slow'!? GOD

Episode 9'The internet' does NOT live in your BROWSER <Red mist descending>

Fed up with Windows? Linux too easy? Get weird, go ALTERNATIVE

Something really different to broaden your worldview

Dip in Blighty's titsup tech firms... but what about the ZOMBIES?

Reseller failures stabilise but as recession lifts, a shuffling and a moaning is heard

Salesforce dooms, just can't do

Productivity service shuts down in January 2014

Snowden: Oh, PLEASE let me come to Germany and help Merkel with her phone

It's bloody freezing here on this Siberian helldesk

Number-crunching quant cooks up gambling machine, promises untold RICHES

HPC blogCan 50,000 match simulations turn you into a winner?

IT'S patent WAR: Apple, Microsoft vs Google, Samsung, Huawei

'Rockstar five' unleash Nortel sueball strike on foes

Apple: SCREW YOU, BRITS ... no unlocked iPhones for you

Tech Data to flog SIM-lock-free mobes in Europe but not Blighty

iPad Air not very hot: Apple fanbois SHUN London fondleslab launch

Peak AppleLatest tab selling like cold, unattractive cakes on Day One in Blighty

'It seems that the OSes and devices are based on the Devil'

QuotwPlus: 'So far, two staffers have complained of the cat urine smell'

BETHLEHEM-grade SUPERNOVA possible 'within 50 years'

Pontiff-verified; but the Three Kings will need IR goggles this time

Mixed tape: Overland Storage buys Tandberg Data in cash-free transaction

$42m price tag - but Overland's had to pay completely in stock

A post-Snowden US had better not SQUEAL about Chinese cyber-spying

RSA Europe 2013Some countries spy. Get over it, says ex-Marine

Adobe exec puffs cloud shop: Online features are so 'compelling'... What are they again?

CS6 is getting long in the tooth. Soon they will all inhale cloud...

Have you reinstalled Windows yet? No, I just want to PRINT THIS DAMN PAGE

Something for the Weekend, Sir?It's the only language they understand!

Google barge erection hypegasm latest - What's in the box?

Shiny showroom and party boat, according to fresh rumors

NetApp chucks sueball at upstart rival Nimble Storage, former staffers

Alleges employees and IP were snatched

Dead PC market? In the UK? NEVER

Customers lined up with cash in hand... no not fanbois, real punters

Moody's eyes up Sony's debt: Hmm... junk? Bam! Shares drop 11%

Drastic cut in full-year profit forecast prompts ratings agency review

Fiery bits of Euro satellite to rain down on Earth this weekend

No one knows where...

Could Doctor Who really bump into human space dwellers?

Doctor Who @ 50There are a few things we'll need to sort out first

Google and Samsung bare teeth in battle for LANDFILL ANDROID™

Analysis'Droid 'friends' scrap while Apple chuckles away

Dying bagged JUST SIX registrations on first day

Reports detail startup disaster of Obamacare portal

iPad Air peels off in racy pics for wide-eyed geeks, reveals 'worst battery ever

TeardownApple slab twice as repairable as Microsoft's Surface 2 tab

John Kerry bombshell: 'Yes, the NSA... reached TOO FAR, inappropriately'

But the US Secretary of State remains defiant amid global surveillance outrage

SR-71 Blackbird follow-up: A new TERRIFYING Mach 6 spy-drone bomber

PicsRobot SR-72 fast enough to encircle Earth in less than six hours

Snowden leaks latest: BT, Vodafone, Verizon jack GCHQ into undersea fiber

We're just following the law, say telcos

Here's what YOU WON'T be able to do with your PlayStation 4

CDs? MP3s? Forget that, just stream from Sony

Indestructible, badass rootkit BadBIOS: Is this tech world's Loch Ness Monster? VOTE NOW

PollAmazing claims of MRSA-like super-malware scrutinised

Google teaches Chrome Canary to sing when it sniffs dodgy downloads

Bleeding-edge browser shoots down malware on sightsmell

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