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Oscars backer Samsung can't catch a break: Host Ellen snaps stars on iOS

That mega-selfie tweeted from Galaxy S5, but rival Apple sneaked in backstage

US gov claims it spent TOO MUCH on wiretaps – and blames SPRINT

Wireless carrier overbilled for snoop gear, lawsuit alleges

Microsoft to get in XP users' faces with one last warning

XP-ocalypse death dialog could confuse the heck out of Grandpa

Thanks a lot, Facebook: Microsoft turns Office 365 into social network

In Redmond, no one lets you unfriend your boss

Team Cymru spots 300,000 compromised SOHO gateways

Researchers spot attackers 'pharming' traffic with dodgy DNS

Chicago cabs embroiled in debit-card breach claim mystery as bank tells folks: Pay by cash

Customers bitten after paying by plastic, First American says

NEC takes control of its OpenFlow controllers

ProgrammableFlow 5.1 to include uber-controller

MtGox: Yup, we're pretty sure your Bitcoin were stolen. Sorry about that.

Call centre is still not answering the phone

Dell storage vet Darren Thomas mosies into Micron

Running its storage biz unit

Chinese government builds its own 'ChinaSo' search engine

Merger of failures will struggle to beat even Google's tiny middle kingdom market share

Ever get the impression a telesales op was being held prisoner?

Hard cell: Just got to shift two hundred more toner cartridges and I'm FREE

Triple-headed NHS privacy scare after hospital data reach marketers, Google

'Pseudonymised' data mapped, stored in Google BigQuery, sparking offshore data panic

China's mobile underground revealed in new report

App rank boosting, to premium TXT abuse and much, much more at very reasonable prices

Relief when urine trouble becomes latest capacity-sharing service

Airpnp lets loose with bathrooms-as-a-service ahead of New Orleans Mardi Gras

Murdoch dumps Microsoft, prepares to Hangout with Google

News Corp Australia drops Outlook, brings in Gmail and Gcalendar

Crack Euro banker team to probe whether virtual currencies should be regulated

What do you think they'll decide?

Hey, Nimbus Data. What you doin' with those 4TB flash slabs? Making a 96TB box? We KNEW it!

New Gemini X-series are pure solid-state hardness

MWC: The good, the bad ... and the Galaxy S5

MWC 2014Six things we learned at global mobile show

Data Centre World: It's hard work cooling off those hot racks

Show reportColo show unites mind and body

Web smut filter advisor to UK PM cuffed in 'child abuse image' probe

Officers pore over IT systems at Number 10 Downing Street

New 4G router pitched at biz bods sick to death of titsup networks

Um, when you say 'unlimited data plan...'

ROBOCOP statue, Minecraft film, revived Sinclair ZX Spectrum...

Cool stuff crowd-funder Kickstarter cash tops 1 BEEELLION dollars

Cloud buyers: Why it makes sense to think local

AnalysisOne size of cloud does not fit all, says Trevor Pott

Plusnet goes titsup for spectacular hour-long wobble

Broadband and telephone lines blighted by unspecified 'network issue'

SYSTEM ERROR DOWN: Twitter twits silenced by hack attack 'false alarm'

Social network apologises after security slip-up

Grab a cloudy boss: VMware raids Amazon Web Services

Shouldn't that have happened before it coughed vCloud Hybrid Service?

Ingram Micro veteran returns to... Ingram Micro

Bhavesh Patel made 'European god of all things beautiful'

Brit schools' supplier Tribune Business Systems RUBBED OUT

Cash-raising plan to save London biz failed, '49 staff laid off'

X-rated Android antics: Motorola's Moto X puts boot in chunky brother

ReviewG biz! Does X mark the spot?

Security researchers uncover three-year-old 'RUSSIAN SPYware'

Claim Agent.BTZ-alike Uroburos could be state-backed

Icahn and I will: Carl's war on eBay goes NUCLEAR over Skype

World's most pushy investor sticks boot in over VoIP biz flog

Cyber battle apparently under way in Russia-Ukraine conflict

Kiev security chief says 'IP-telephonic' attack is targeting Parliament

Apple finance overlord Oppenheimer: I love Apple, but I gotta get this pilot licence. See ya

IRS at least forced him to do some work on the plane

Violin Memory gets flash new marketeer... from EMC of all places

From storage giant to post-IPO startup

Floating mutant, hidden profit: Nimble reveals first post-IPO results

Chin up, hybrid storage firm... they're selling like hot cakes

Telstra 'snot boxes' challenge Turnbull's FTTN plan

Reg hack gets a front row view of wiring horrors beneath a suburban concrete slab

Belgian judge mulled BANNING APPLE (actually, its website) in Euro warranty row

Tech titan accused of screwing around with guarantee laws

Bitcoin bank Flexcoin pulls plug after cyber-robbers nick $610,000

Your money is gone. Kthxbye

Apple granted patent for two-faced iPhone with wraparound touchscreen

First, reversible Lightning connector – next, reversible smartphone?

Facebook: We want a solar sky cruiser comms net that DARPA couldn't build

Zuckerberg in drone fleet scramble for Africa – report

'Wait a minute!' puffs VMware as it trots after Amazon, Microsoft in US gov cloud grasp bid

Virtzilla proclaims affection for FedRAMP certification

Steve Ballmer: Thanks to me, Microsoft screwed up a decade in phones

Vid'We didn't put hardware and software together soon enough' he tells uni kids

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