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Google's tax returns are trop petite says Hollande

French prez spits out Dutch sandwich

KA-BLAM!! Marvel Comics opens super-powered data API to web devs

All the secrets of the Marvel Universe, now in JSON format

Report: IBM to peddle its chip wing

Big Blue looks at chip division, then chopping block, then chip division, then ...

Mars rover Curiosity snaps 'pale blue dot' image of Earth, Moon

All of humanity seen in a precious few pixels

Apple ticks off trigger-happy Bitcoiners with App Store snub

Ban on trading tools prompts iPhone shoot-em-up

Snowden saga scares Oracle away from spy-flick sponsorship

Company said to have backed out of Jack Ryan placements

Firefox's touchy-feeling Windows 8 makeover now in beta

Nearly two years in the making, it's almost ready to roll

Cisco asks court to bin Rockstar patents

Rides out to defend customers

CERN outlines plan for new 100km circumference supercollider

The Large Hadron Collider is so eighties, say boffins

Hands up if you have one good reason to port enterprise apps to ARM

You could virtualise it, but really, why bother?

Open MPI hits milestone with FORTRAN-ready 1.7.4 release

A point release? FORTRAN? Yes this does matter, especially to HPC folks

Time to pack in your job: Someone FINALLY needs a cat vids curator

It's gotta be better than the rage fest that is IT administration

Dimension Data launches backup-as-a-service service

Australia-only test while CommVault-powered service works out the kinks

Think wearables are the next tech boom? Cisco's numbers beg to differ

Just 170m devices by 2018 and hardly any pushing packets

Indian internet tunnelers trump Chinese web deniers

VPN census tracks freedom fighters or those ... erm ... amusing themselves

CommVault: Data-sifting cloudy archive shifter ... and now revenues lifter

But third quarter results show profit growth slowdown

Opera founder von Tetzchner: It's all gone to crap since I quit

InterviewCome to my privacy-respecting startup instead, folks

IBM to invest $100m and a decade into using Watson in Africa

Big Blue starts supercomputer project to help healthcare and education intiatives

Commoditisation. It's HAPPENING. This is NOT a drill

StoragebodI hate to say I told you so, but...

'I plead guilty to DDoS conspiracy and these GCHQ b*stards were doing the SAME thing?'

QuotwPlus: 'Making Bill his adviser is the biggest joke I have heard in a long time'

STRIPPED DOWN and EXPOSED: Business kit from the good old days

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Tight-fit rubber and tape

BOFH: Attractive person is attractive. Um, why are your eyes bulging?

Episode 1Couple's therapy at Mission Central

Tech Data execs: Nooooo... It's the INCREDIBLE SHRINKING payslip

For a given value of 'shrink' - they're still rolling in moolah

EE rolls out Brightbox fix... but it WON'T stop packet sniffers, DNS meddlers – infosec bod

'2 out of 3' major holes in router plugged: researcher

Inside Microsoft's Autopilot: Nadella's secret cloud weapon

ExclusiveRedmond man spills the beans on Microsoft's top-secret software

JavaScript is everywhere. So are we all OK with that?

CommentBeaten, slightly battered, but now shining on the web. What’s not to like?

Facebook-for-suits biz LinkedIn shares drop on weakened 2014 outlook

Rushes out and buys startup to bolster job vacancy biz

Baby's got the bends: LG's D958 G Flex Android smartie

ReviewThe shape of things to come?

Woz he talking about? Apple co-founder wants iPhones to run Android

'Thankfully he's not in charge' opines thoughtful fanboi

Dell's channel love-in: We've picked 500k accounts (from direct reps' garden)

Happy Valentine's! Partner boss woos partners in US... and soon EMEA

Fusion-io tinkers in lab, unleashes fresh wave of MUTANT FREAKS

All-flash and hybrid arrays dangled in front of channel

Xerox names former HP veteran as UK channel royalty

All hail Norman Richardson

MEP: Google's SECRET deal will cause crisis of trust for Europe

For sake of EC's rep, it SHOULDN'T be 'done behind closed doors' - complainant

Whacking Joaquin: EU competition chief defends handling of Google search case

Says planned settlement deal shouldn't be ridiculed by Microsoft

Samsung leaps out of volume PC game as UK market crashes

Sticks to smartphones, tabs, Chromebooks and high-end lappies

Mass domain hijack leaves Reg reader angry with 123-Reg

Updated'I had to sort everything by myself' alleges irate chap

Tim Cook dangles 'new product categories' carrot over $14bn Apple share buyback

'We're not ready to talk about it' says 'aggressive' CEO

Twitter may sue US government over right to disclose snooping orders

Current compromise not 'meaningful'

15,000 London coppers to receive new crime-fighting tool: an iPad

£200m program to include 'predictive' tech à la Minority Report

Larry Ellison: Technology has 'negatively impacted' children

In old age, arms dealer ruminates on problems caused by rifles

Bitcoin value plunges as Mt.Gox halts withdrawals and Russia says 'nyet'

'Technical issue' keeping customers' coins locked away

France demands that Google post badge of shame on its pages

Company must serve notice of privacy settlement

Snowden documents show British digital spies use viruses and 'honey traps'

JTRIG active intelligence unit boasts of bugging and burgling

IBM opens 'JumpGate' code to help devs navigate among clouds

Big Blue tackles big cloud compatibility problem

Rampaging Google now second most valuable company ON EARTH

Squeaks past Exxon Mobil, sets sights on Cupertino

California takes a shot at mobile 'killswitch' mandate

Law would force vendors to offer remote bricking

Jolla entices hardware hackers with free device development kit

Unique 'smart covers' make modding your mobe a snap

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