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Anglo-Australian cricket brawl spills over into coding clash

Cricket 2013 game ditched after dev drops the ball

NBNCo leak: They would say that, wouldn't they?

Reported Blue Book leak reads like bureaucrats in denial

Boffins release 44-MEEELLION-star Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy

Longitudinal sky survey finds 250,000 objects have changed over 60 years

Chinese iPhone thief returns SIM, contact list to rightful owner

Crook with a conscience writes out 11 pages of contact details by HAND

Microsoft wields turkey knife, slices Surface to $199 for Black Friday

Meanwhile in Blighty the cut is less deep but more hurtful

US army bites the bullet in $50m software piracy pay-out

Installed unlicensed software on thousands of devices

Swollen Reg reader recounts FALSE WIDOW spider HORROR

Four days on a drip following foot fang-sinking

Winner of Google's most wired Australian town award is...North Sydney?

Vulture South's declining home gains Google gong

Vietnam tightens noose on web freedoms with new decrees

Fines galore for gaming past curfew and anti-government tweets

ENISA wants mobes to wander freely between carriers in emergencies

If your network's crocked, another one picks up the load in the national interest

4G networks are BIG TIME SUCK for us videogame-obsessed Brits

Meanwhile, at the mall: have you ever caught yourself 'showrooming'?

UK parents to splurge £3 BEELLLIIIION on kids' tech gifts at Christmas

In unrelated news, shares in payday loan firms skyrocket

Confessions of a porn site boss: How I got it up on the 'net

NSFWPart 1: VHS tapes, dialup connections and sexy nekkid ladies...

Schmidt: 'Android mobes are a great Christmas present to an iPhone user!'

QuoTWPlus: 'Being banned from Xbox Live for saying cr*p and plonker is just stupid'

Britain’s forgotten first home computer pioneer: John Miller-Kirkpatrick

ArchaeologicThe electronics genius who nearly beat Clive Sinclair at his own game

'Neverquest' bank-robber 'ware throws the whole Trick Book at victims

Carberp? ZeuS? Get into the fridge, grandad

Elon Musk scrubs lucrative MONEY RING debut again on Thanksgiving

'Better to be paranoid and wrong'

'Schrödinger's Comet' ISON LIVES (or DOESN'T) after Thanksgiving solar roast

But soft, what light through yonder telescope breaks?

Google in Dutch: Privacy changes BREAK data law, says Netherlands

Mountain View invited to hearing over privacy penetration and consent fail

REVEALED: How YOU PAY extra for iPHONES - even if you DON'T HAVE ONE

Special ReportEveryone is paying for unsold 5Cs right now

BOFH: It's DANGEROUS to go alone. Take THIS

Episode 13It's FRY-DAY at Mission Central

Fancy knocking off early? Just run our fake computer crash 'virus', say admen

Bosses worldwide explode in rage at bogus bork campaign

Blighty's top moneymen: Hackers are SLURPING CASH direct from banks

Bank of England warns financial institutions to take cyber-crime threat seriously

Last 7m non-digital Brits are OUT OF LUCK: I'm OFF, says Baroness Fox

My work here is done! That other work is not my work

The Shoreditch STARTUP SCENE is a load of TRIPE: And that's why it's GREAT

¡Bong!We want Chairman Flowers!

Dixons selling £68k gold, diamond, ruby and sapphire iPhone for Xmas

Anyone? Anyone? Sold to the sinister oligarch at the back of the room

Asus Transformer Book T100: Xbox One? PS4? Nah, get a cute convertible for Christmas

ReviewSkint and students alike all love a good 10-incher

Systemax's Euro tentacle set to buy ailing schools supplier RM

ExclusiveSoftware and services biz in frame as PC facility shuttered - sources's web filtering mission creep: Now it plans to block 'extremist' websites

Of course, it doesn't define what 'extremist' means here

Referee and two others charged in FA hacking probe


Shouldn't we have self calibrating Y-fronts and smart bog roll by now?

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Sod ‘Things’, we’re getting the Internet of Furbys

Amazon Web Services opens can of whoop-AAS on as-a-service rivals

Bigger than IBM, Salesforce, Microsoft and Google together. But as for its profits...

Build your OWN Apple iBeacon with a Raspberry Pi

FeatureDIY Bluetooth LE zone tracking

DON'T PANIC: No FM Death Date next month, minister confirms

Stay of execution granted for much-loved audio tech

Our irony meter exploded: Apple moans ebook price-fixing watchdog is too EXPENSIVE

After all, charging too much is their job, right?

NASA pic: DOOMED ice Comet ISON literally had snowball's chance in hell

PhotoClose encounters of the burned kind

Apple snubs discounts, sprays Black Friday zombies with gift cards

Very limited response to orgy of consumerism

Aussie boffins can detect orbiting SPACE JUNK using rock gods' radiation

'It's only rock and roll ... but I sight it'

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