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FreeBSD 10.0 lands, targets VMs and laptops

Does Hyper-V friendliness signal legacy status is utterly entrenched?

'Climate change' event dishes up sous vide supercomputers

Four days over forty degrees evaporates data center's water cooling plan

Java bug burns Borg

Cisco tells users to patch RMI vuln

Nearly HALF of South Korea hacked in insider data theft

Temporary contractor cuffed after credit card swipe

Amazon patents caches for physical goods

'Anticipatory package shipping' is probably also pre-emptive strike against rival retailers

Indian minister's wife found dead after Twitter rampage

Sunanda Pushkar tweeted secret BBMs to prove alleged affair

Haribo gummy bears implicated in 'gastric exorcism'

Victims of sugar-free sweets vent spleen in Amazon reviews

IBM renews attempts to offload server biz: report

Probably ditching commodity x86 kit that the cloud and Quanta are eating alive

Look out, Earth! Here comes China Operating System (aka Linux)

谢谢,Mr Torvalds。现在的世界是我们的!

SPAM supposedly spotted leaving the fridge

Internet of Things security scares already need to take a chill pill

Red Hat: We CAN be IaaSed about OpenStack cloud

Reorg shows it's not just a Linux company. Again

Survey: Yoof too COOL for Ferraris, want state-sponsored hybrids

Yeah, we'll trade our fixie for one. But you'll have to buy it for us...

Probe of Hollywood-Euro Pay TV contracts: What happens next?

AnalysisEuropean Commission looks to protect consumer rights

Ancient carving of 'first human-built holy place' = Primitive Vulture Central

Sensational Turkish slab bears hewn El Reg logo

Eight EXCELLENT languages for the fondleslab-friendly Intranet of Thingies

StobShifting software paradigms and so forth

Take that, BT: Vodafone and BSkyB mull over broadband tie-up - report

Unlikely to build a multi-billion pound fibre network, though

Brocade flogs adapter biz to QLogic: Are they cutting losses or pleasing investors?

$40m/yr isn't a bad revenue stream from one division

EE BrightBox routers can be hacked 'by simple copy/paste operation'

WPA keys, ISP creds, MD5 hashes - all in plain view

Consumers shove EMEA PC market down giant hole of DOOM

Not even Santa season halts double digit slide, but biz spending offers hope

4K-ing hell! Will your shiny new Ultra HD TV actually display HD telly?

FeatureEven if it can find content to display, there's no guarantee it'll decode correctly

Romanian Bitcoin baron 'stumps up $20k to keep OpenBSD's lights on'

No word on whether he's paying their server 'leccy bill forever and ever, though

HP clinches six week extension on whether to join shareholders' suit against Autonomy

We know what we're gonna do - just let us think about it first

Apple hires medical techies, raises spectre of iStuff slurping data direct from your bloodstream

An Apple a day keeps the doctor awayon your wrist

IBM to offload System x this week: Our sources spill the beans

UK staff expect 'big announcement' on Wednesday, Dell and Fujitsu mentioned

Botham bowls into Microsoft as latest UK distie overlord

Deck chairs re-arranged at channel organ

VCs drop cash on DropBox, bestow $10bn valuation

Competition from Apple and Amazon barely dents sync'n'share pioneers

Your squirty insecticides make bumblebees SHRINK, warn boffins

Pyrethroid pesticides slow bee growth - with possibly fatal results for hives

Kim Dotcom shrugs off US extradition attempt with Spotify competitor

Launches music streaming site ... hmmm, how's that copyright lawsuit coming along?

Devs write 'film my shag' sex app for Google Glass

Genuine mid-nookie command: 'OK Glass, pull out' ... WTF?!

Sandisk's future is far from ULLtraDIMM: Diablo tie-up holds promise

Blocks and FilesGoldmine in the making for flash-DIMM server shop

Hey, G20. Please knock it off with the whole tax loophole thing - we're good guys, really

Digital Economy Group asks OECD to leave tax laws alone

Surface Pro 2 dim screen of death snafu STILL happening after patch

Double Microsoft cockup keeps slab-busting problem alive

ESA rejoices as comet-chasing Rosetta probe wakes from 3-year nap

'Yaaawn ... sorry I overslept. Did I miss much?'

Good news: 'password' is no longer the #1 sesame opener, now it's '123456'

And still too many people are using stupid login phrases

Telstra Borgs O2 networks for hit of services oxygen

Melbourne-based prey to retain brand, staff

Google pulls Chrome extensions after new owners subvert web tools

This could get a lot worse before it gets better

HP sticks thumb in Microsoft's eye, extends Windows 7 option for new machines

Customers clamor for 'anything but Windows 8' alternative

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