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Without a smartphone your reptile brain gets a workout

Mobility ArchaeologyWhaddya mean I can't look anything up, anytime?

Who wants to start a Kickstarter for a more secure Kickstarter? Account data hacked

Reset passwords, people

Anons escape human sewer after billionaire bog roll blag

Took down Koch-owned toilet paper business

Malware-flinging Linksys vulnerability confirmed as a HNAP1 bug

UpdatedRouter-maker's pants pulled down by 'Moon' worm

D-Wave wooing universities down under

Next wave will be software, quantum computing outfit tells El Reg

Korean boffins launch K-Glass for hands-free Google Glass-ery

The end of the smartphone is nigh!

New password system lets planet Earth do the hard work

Think of a place, any place…

Foxconn to staff: ‘Put down the drill and launch a start-up!’

Chairman Gou hunts for a successor

Who OWNS data generated by 'connected cars' sensor slurpers?

Also, comms fizzle liabilities must be sorted ASAP – expert

Free space optics gets shiny new snake-oil paint job

Money-sharks with frikkin' lasers for this week's 'tech' media rating system

How NOT to evaluate hard disk reliability: Backblaze vs world+dog

HPC blogConsumer drives beat data centre versions... Yeah, let's put that to bed

London calling: Date set for launch of capital's very own domain name

Except 75% of London SMEs AREN'T jumping aboard the bandwagon

Devs angrily dismiss Absolute Computrace rootkit accusation

This was sorted five years ago, rages anti-theft software haus

Oh, so you've founded a disruptive storage upstart? Do tell me more

Hint for you: Disrupt, don't rip off like everyone else

Wii got it WRONG: How do you solve a problem like Nintendo?

Game TheoryIf all you have is fitness kit, it ain’t over until the fat lady slims

Russian cybercrooks shun real currencies, develop private altcoins

Only n00bs need real-world cash in the cryptocurrency era

Google slurps sound-powered security upstart SlickLogin

Bring the noise, Mountain View tells former Israeli military cyberwarriors

TGI Monday: Brocade profits up, Scality and Tegile fattening up

Not all that glitters is gold, but storage sure is pretty right now

Cisco HAUNTED by $655m memory components snag

Networking giant pays BIG to battle faulty kit

Reg readers fret over misty-eyed LOHAN

Foggy weather ahead for Vulture 2 spaceplane's miniature camera?

Samsung flings sueball at Dyson for 'intolerable' IP copycat claim

UpdateOutraged Koreans seek TEN BILLION compo for 'hurt image'

Ericsson and Ciena ink SDN development and distribution deal

Deal will allow carriers' networks to 'evolve into SDN-enabled infrastructure'

Infinidat quietly files 39 patents. Let's take a closer look

Secretive big data startup 're-invents XIV'

Capita and Updata ink £325m Scottish PSN deal

BT disses tender process, fire legals for 'damages'

From 0 to ERUPTION in 60 days: You thought that volcano was COLD?

Liquid hot MAG...MMMMA

Reports pump fuel into iCar gossip: Apple in 'talks' with Tesla

When iPhone firm met 'leccy car company

Google, Apple pop a cap in that Flappy Birds crapp app flapp

Devs claim the tech titans are trying to shut this thing DOWN

Dell's cash-saving voluntary redundo axe ker-chunks into Europe

Staff in select countries given option to leap overboard

IPO? Don't know what you're talking about, says Spotify as it seeks IPO report guru

Biz wants 'external reporting specialist' for thrilling role

Hell is other people ... Thousands play same Pokemon game on TV. Mayhem ensues

Live vid'We've gotta catch em all' yells seething mass

Angela Merkel: Let US spies keep their internet. The EU will build its own

German Chancellor will talk data networks and privacy with Hollande this week

Tasmanian Liberals fear NBN policy will kill their election hopes

UpdatedLara Giddings' riposte: use our power poles for fibre, for free

MtGox claims to have a fix ready for Bitcoin withdrawal woes

Customers to get access to their funds real soon now, like

Syrian Electronic Army slurps a MILLION reader passwords from Forbes

And slaps the MD5-hashed secrets all over the web

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