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Apple, Google, Intel, Adobe, settle employee-fiddling class action suit

Secret no-hire pact naughtiness could give 64,600 employees a hefty payday

Lost artworks by Andy Warhol found on 80s-era FLOPPY DISKS

Yes, the pop-art king used an AMIGA

All men are part of a PURE GENETIC ELITE, says geno-science bloke

Something to be smug about over the weekend, guys

Teen student texter busts 20-second tongue-twisty SMS barrier

Amrcn usd whirly wrd tek

Microsoft's 'evil open source' man on life as HP's top cloud-wrangler

Sweating the assets and building up OpenStack

LOHAN spaceplane's budget minicam punches well above its weight

Pics + vidsPleasant imaging surprise from 'Punch' test flight

Watch out! KILLER HP firmware update bricks ProLiant server mobos

If you're using a Broadcom NIC, you need to read this

It woz the Reg wot won it: UK mobe network EE fixes voicemail hack flaw

Anti-terror police can sleep safely now, thanks to us

Tales from the Internet World Cup: ICANN tell nothing will change

Brazilian striker aside... it's all very model UN

Beijing's anti-smut crackdown catches 'Chinese Twitter' Weibo red-handed

China's largest microblog service has two licenses revoked

So far, so SOPA: Web campaigners to protest world's biggest ever free trade deal

Worries over increased censorship despite stalled talks

Order delays hit Avnet Tech Solutions' results, profits slide

Organic growth stalls but execs remain shiny happy people

Spy back doors? That would be suicide, says Huawei

'Impeccable track record' clearly means we're not a spy conduit, says mouthpiece

El Reg posse prepares for quid-a-day nosh challenge

Battling malaria with rice, chickpeas and TWO RASHERS OF BACON

Brain surgery? Would sir care for a CHOC-ICE with that?

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Education is nothing to be scared of, as Adam Ant (almost) said

UK bank heist-by-KVM gang sent down for 24 years after nicking £1.2m

Canny crooks lived high life with flash watches and Macs, say cops

Google+ maker Vic Gundotra: My work on this 'NETWORK THINGY' is DONE

CommentJob done, log off, time to head into the California sunset

Tim Cook: Apple's 'closer than it's ever been' to releasing new product range

Erm, really Tim? What about the last time you released a new iThing?

Have you heard the one about Goldilocks and the Micron hardwares?

New data-centre-friendly flash drive is not too fast, not too expensive, not too slow

JavaScript guru slots into Mozilla CTO seat left empty by anti-gay marriage ex-boss

document.write("Say hello to Andreas Gal");

Microsoft: The MORE Surfaces it sells, the MORE money it loses

Win 8 slab sales eat their own revenues

Innocent surfers drafted into ZOMBIE ARMY by sneaky XSS vuln

Javascript snafu turned 22,000 bods into unwitting DDoSers

Awkward? Elop now answers to ex-junior Nadella as Microsoft closes Nokia buyout

Who are you, you wet-behind-the-ears little scamp?

Hungry Barracuda Networks gobbles a profitable quarter at last

And for its next trick, a profitable year? Hm?

Samsung Galaxy S5 owners hit by fatal camera error problem

Permanent camera conk-outs reported on pricy earslabs from Apple rival

Silk Road dealer 'SuperTrips' faces 40 years for DVD drug imports

Customs catch 22-year-old Dutch bloke on the brink of his big payday

Microsoft's naughty Cortana NOT ALLOWED NEAR CHILDREN

But she's not alone...

Will Apple's $130bn cash infusion keep investors onboard?

AnalysisThis will be the year when we learn whether 'Peak Apple' is prescient or piffle

Privateers race to capture forgotten NASA space probe using crowdsourced cash

Plan to hijack the International Sun/Earth Explorer after 36 years of wandering

FTC: State laws blocking Tesla's direct sales are 'protectionist'

Helping existing businesses hurts consumers, say trade regulators

No longer a 'hobby', Apple TV rakes in ONE BEEELLION DOLLARS

'I'm feeling quite good about that business and where it can go,' says Cook

Yes, there is now Bitcoin-mining malware for Android

No, it doesn't really work

Reg hack hacked off by iPhone 5 repair notice

UpdatedOwn an iPhone 5? Apple says it may fail to turn on or off, issues repair alert. Damn...

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