25th > November > 2013 Archive
It's fairly certain it was a nod, anyway
Is there a link from Silk Road to Bitcoin daddy Satoshi Nakamoto?
Exec chairman delivers a backhander for many mobe-makers
Updated:Dormant for centuries, now RAINING GRAVEL and gas on nearby villages
Hacker greets the judges with security down lame and headed for the knacker's yard
Current sunspot cycle producing mere pimples
Software detects motion and re-assembles vids into regions for 'temporal consistency'
Do e-cigarettes give you a dose of the vapours or a breath of fresh air?
Bitcoin bubble prompts 'generous' cybercrooks to slash their demands
Disused ticket offices up for rent as London Underground redundancies loom
ExclusiveThe ingenious hack that throws the company a lifeline
Reg reader gets hands on with Vulture 2 artwork
ReviewThe card micro that makes connecting projects to the cloud easy
Ending slavery in Africa needn't cost this much
VNXMAX and DPAD? It's all change at Hopkinton
Muff comparisons 'nonsense', insists Zaha Hadid
Sales growth less than loss growth... just two months after IPO
Prison warden gets ready to sell powerful inmates skeleton keys
Soz, we said NEAR YOU, Blighty... Only in France, Germany, Spain or Sweden
Kettle, Kettle, come in, over. Kettle, kettle, do you copy, this is Pot, over
Antique Code ShowThanks for the mammaries, Lara Croft
One-dole-to-rule-them-all trundles along to Inverness and Rugby
OpinionAnd why is it so hard for CompSci grads to get jobs?
MS next-gen machine is Britain’s third fastest-selling console
The question is: Which one?
StoragebodAll-flash arrays will work wonders - when we all have all-flash storage environments
By all means MINE THAT DATA, just tell us about it... bitch
Sort out your laptop like it's a PC, play Crysis, etc
Various working practices amount to 'all the bad stuff at once' – head-shrinker
Government tools penetrated many a Brazilian, apparently
The order is: Engage the Silent Drive
£1.2bn framework rush: Lights are on but no one's home
Hackers should play by the rules, it seems
But they want to be able to collect their pressies from the high street
If you like it then you should've put four wings on it – boffins
Sysadmin blogTrevor Pott puts AIC's DAS subsystem through its paces
Irate commerce minister: 'US is unwilling to make any concessions'
Though you may struggle to find any Glassholes to develop for
Software sales 'ain't what they used to be
The FASt can be furious, warn security pros
Your stuff is your stuff - even when it's on Twitter
UpdatedGeosynch debut takes upstart rocket biz into the real 'commercial space'
Could disintegrate, lose tail, meet Bruce Willis ...
New biopic apparently not titled 'Not Another F**king Elf'
Is Brobdingnagian fondleslab the long-rumored ARM-based MacBook?
Top bosses sent packing, positions eliminated
Vulture South ventures into startup-land, via Turnbull-land
Ah, the wonders of modern technology, eh?
Could've been in a museum, gushes Irish
boyband frontman rock star Bono
FDA accuses biz of selling medical gear without a license
Will they be able to handle the tinfoil hat brigade?
Vodafail over, competition resumes, says Goldman Sachs
ExclusiveA 'Group Policy Object' snafu brought Redmond to its knees
Next Clarke Orbit bid will have to wait until THANKSGIVING