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New WebCL toolkit hooks browser apps into GPUs – and that's not good news for Apple

VidHey mum, what was an 'App Store'?

Tech giants KNEW about PRISM, web snooping, claims top NSA lawyer

AnalysisUS govt denies it did anything wrong as squabble over semantics continues

VMware happy for VSANs to work alongside actual SANs

'VSAN plus' virtual and physical SAN span plan leaves storage admins to do the heavy lifting

Crap flap-app flap chap yaps: Yes, FLAPPY BIRD is comin' back

GREAT NEWS! Crushing reminder of the life's futility may return to App Store

Google, Microsoft tackle climate change as IBM seeks cancer cure

A big day for corporate social responsibility

Ad-funded mobile carrier goes titsup

UK's OVIVO pulls the plug very suddenly

Say CHEESE: Samsung files patent for transparent camera

Has another go at taking on Japanese giants...

Planes fail to find 'credible' candidate for flight MH370 wreckage

Updated2Ships and new flights return to area where 24-metre objects spotted Thursday

Monkey steals iPod touch, loses interest in minutes

Simian thought to have disposed of iThing in a moat

Keep your quinoa, hipsters: Boffins back healthy slabs of choc

Now with added facts to spout while defiantly wolfing your bar

Bing accused of out-censoring the Great Firewall

Even Chinese search engines yield more results than Redmond

Ex-Amazon brain, ex-Cisco bigwig eager to smash lock to networking throne room

Cumulus Networks, Midokura versus the world

Intel reinvents the PC as giant 'Black Brook' fondleslab

GDC'All-in-one' reference platform and 20th anniversary Pentium revealed

Sonos offers updated music controller to Fandroids for testing

Fancy taming household full of music kit from Android mobe?

Gartner: Array makers. Think performance counts? WRONG

Crowns HDS array 'best general purpose' high-end kit

Google wearables: A solution looking for a rich nerd

+AnalysisSome revolutions never happen. This might be one of them

FORCE suppliers to stick to 'open data principles' – MPs

How are you liking that public tender now... Not so tasty, is it?

Oxfam, you're full of FAIL. Leave economics to sensible bods

Five families own more than 20% of the UK do? Rubbish

Whitehall and Microsoft thrashing out 1-year NHS WinXP lifeline

ExclusiveSubstantial saving on Microsoft's $200-custom support tag?

EA games web server was hosting PHISHING SITE – securobod

Old vulnerable software gave hackers a way in, claims researcher

Micron embiggens personal SSD for storage-hungry public

Modifies M500 SSD upwards to M550

Enormo reseller Insight seeks experienced sales hands for City pad

Sets up shop in Square Mile to give corporate punters better servicing

Deceased music locker gets final knock coulda tried harder

QUIDOCALYPSE: Blighty braces for £100 MILLION cost of new £1 coin

Thrupenny bits cost more than you think, me lad

A sysadmin always comes prepared: Grasp those essential tools

+CompetitionHelp us scope the perfect IT admin's toolkit

Microsoft frisked blogger's Hotmail inbox, IM chat to hunt Windows 8 leaker, court told

Ex-employee charged with revealing trade secrets


Ten-foot-tall Satan Fowl prowled aptly named Hell Creek

Google's Larry Page: DeepMind 'discovered CATS on its own'

Choc Factory chief talks at TED, 'disappointed' with NSA, says hi to robo-Snowden

Reality check: Java 8 finally catches a multi-core break

Making a 'feature' of security

'Weev' attempts to overturn AT&T iPad 'hack' conviction

Insecure servers are publicly accessible, argue defence lawyers

Cough up or else, HMRC tells storage channel biz

Leaderless, profitless Glasshouse served with winding-up order

Gartner networked storage suppliers: Behold the Reg spaghetti-graphic

There's nothing Flashy about this - maybe that's a problem

Intel details four new 'enthusiast' processors for Haswell, Broadwell

GDCAttention overclockers! Prepare to hurtle down 'Devil's Canyon'

Twitter turns 8: Five tech kingpins whose first tweets are UNBELIEVABLE

Unbelievably dull, that is ... like some of our hacks', admittedly

Symantec fires CEO Steve Bennett: To lose 1 chief is unfortunate, to lose 2 is OK, apparently

Financials are just fine, says chairman

'Arrogant' Snowden putting lives at risk, says NSA's deputy spyboss

TED 2014President Madison would be proud, we just need better PR, huffs bigwig

iiNet CEO Michael Malone resigns

Founder bails citing waning enthusiasm and desire to do other stuff

Microsoft DirectX 12 pushes gaming code closer to GPU bare metal

GDCDirect3D API 'faster and more efficient than ever before' we're told

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