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SpaceX: We NAILED the Falcon 9 landing! The video, on the other hand...

Company asks for help in cleaning up footage of splashdown

Voters pick luminous tech spacesuit as NASA's off-world fashion statement

Does my cooling unit look big in this?

Anonymous develops secure data over ham radio scheme

Trading bandwidth for freedom on a pirate channel

Thanks for nothing, Apple, say forensic security chaps

iPhone factory reset removes all traces of everything, forever

VMware's AirWatch plan: chew up 'hairball' Windows, spit out pieces

Virtzilla wants to give Syadmins one console to rule mobile, physical and virtual

Staunch your Heartbleed patching: FreeBSD has a nasty credentials leak

Let's not forget that FreeBSD is in OSX, NetApp kit, Juniper boxen and even some tellies

Canucks' ISPs routing data through snoop heaven USA

Does your ISP use a 'Boomerang route' to fling data into the NSA's lap?

Teen jailed for ARMED ROBBERY says he and pals had been inspired by Grand Theft Auto

Drunk gamer caper? Not good enough. 2 years in chokey, pal

New secure OS will put Tails between NSA's legs

Debian-derived OS funnels everything through Tor and HTTPS

Australia told to follow UK's 'Digital by default' strategy

Cloud first, big data and dedicated e-services minister recommended by razor gang

Fix capitalism with floating cities on Venus says Charles Stross

Brit SciFi author feels Mars colonies or fusion reactors lack ambition

The Internet of Things gets its own NAS

Synology emits a rugged, palm-sized unit that slurps power over Ethernet

Today's bugs have BRANDS? Be still my bleeding heart [logo]

StobCode-slinger Verity reviews the rash of groovy-named open-source security vulns

Chinese iWatchers: Apple's WRISTPUTERS ALREADY in production

Supply chain sneaks told us so, claims China Times

Stone the crows, Bouncer! BT defends TV recorder upgrade DELETION snafu

Claims data laws meant update had to wipe telly shows

10 PRINT "Happy 50th Birthday, BASIC" : GOTO 10

Language that defined the 8-bit era celebrates half a century

Behold! World's smallest 3D-printer pen Lix artists into shape – literally

London upstart raises enough cash to fill stockings this Xmas

Inventors: Feast your eyes on fuel cell tech that'll power up Internet of Thingies

PicsDeveloper kits at the ready, just add water

Hey, marketing drone, what's with the FUD - nothing GOOD to say about your own kit?

Storagebod'Tape is dead', 'SSDs rock', 'SSDs suck' - shove the lot of it

Quid-a-day Reg nosh posse chap faces starvation diet

780 calories a day, Toby? You must be joking

Titsup UK Border IT causes CHAOS at air and seaports in Blighty

Welcome to Great Britain ... this might take a while

BSkyB broadband growth chopped in HALF

O2 newcomers have run off and profit is down

Actual spin doctors eye up alien world Beta Pictoris b: Young, hot ... and really fast

Eight-hour day planet ideal for cat-nappers

WAN-furtling pays off for app-happy Riverbed

But Imation results looking worse for wear

Twitter's got a new UK public policy wonk... 'You are the product' Big Brother Watch bloke!

Privacy campaigner to work for air-your-life-out microblog

Granny's Guardian: Acorn BBC Micro hero touts OAP watchdog kit

Turn on, tune in, no need to drop in for a cuppa – it's all online

Nexenta beats off rivals as Citrix testlab rates its VDI offering 'cheapest'

Not an apples-to-apples comparison, cry competitors

Two Xerox houses become one: Pair of copycats now big, fat £57m UK firm

Xeretec weds Bytes Document Solutions

Larry Ellison looks out from his island paradise and thinks: I wanna buy the LA Clippers

Oracle baron eyes up race storm b-ball team, we're told

CenturyLink slashes prices to guarantee its megacloud future

Bets big to be among the ten megaclouds left standing

WD results confirm it: Disk buyers ARE spending less

Enterprise SSD sales slide too

Dick enters the cockpit, takes controls at NTS

Lassman has left Capita-gobbled UK reseller

Ofcom snatches spectrum from SPIES for mobile broadband

Publishes blueprint for the next decade

Serco issues shares to plug finance gap after profit warning

Wanna own a piece of a troubled outsourcing firm? 50 million shares to hit market

Microsoft's Azure cloud goes a bit wobbly in West Europe

Redmond pumps clutch trying to get Compute and Storage back

Google said to have hired Calxeda's chief fabric architect

ExclusiveSo, Google, how ARE those ARM chips going?

Microsoft: You know we said NO MORE XP PATCHES? Well ...

IE vuln forces rethink on mercy bullet for elderly OS support

Denmark dynamited by cunning American Minecraft vandals

UpdatedDanish government forced to reboot damaged zones

Google Glass teardown puts rock-bottom price on hardware

Google objects to notion that $1500 headset only costs $80 to make

Snapchat updates fap-snap sharing app ... now with more Chat

Add live chat and video calling to your secret somewhat private convos

T-Mobile US added more subscribers in last quarter than top three competitors combined

Legere profane as carrier approaches number three spot

Tablet boom quiets down a bit as growth slows

Apple not the only vendor seeing the market cool down

Cloud-hungry firms swarm into Pivotal's Cloud Foundry Foundation

PaaS tech club becomes phonebook of enterprise companies

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