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Amazon France routes around free shipping ban with €0.01 charge

New Questions Fréquemment Posées doc explains the workaround

We SO DO support Java on XP, maybe even JDK 8, says Oracle

Or at least as much as Microsoft lets us

Apache patch: Cisco catches up with ANCIENT Struts2 vuln

No fix for Business Edition 3000, though

NBN Co execs: No FTTN product until 2015

Faster? Not yet. Cheaper? No data

Popular password protection programs p0wnable

LastPass, RoboForm, My1Login, PasswordBox and NeedMyPassword all flawed

Murdoch calls for ISPs to be liable for users' activities

Submission to Australia/Korea trade treaty reveals

NEW Raspberry Pi B+, NOW with - count them - FOUR USB ports

Composite vid socket binned as GPIO sprouts new pins

Drones face privacy regulation under Oz government plan

Farm lobbies' complaints reignite 'tort of privacy invasion' debate

Apple: No, China. iPhone is NOT public enemy number 1

UpdatedBeijing fears it could beam secrets back to America

Microsoft's Lumia 930... a real HANDFUL

First fondleMicrokia's latest high-end handspawn has a shot at the title

Airbus promises Wi-Fi – yay – and 3D movies (meh) in new A330

If the person in front reclines their seat, this could get interesting

FBI: We found US MILITARY AIRCRAFT INTEL during raid on alleged Chinese hacker

Accused of targeting F-22, F-35 and C-17 planes

French telco takes on US rival Netflix... with whose dongle?

Orange FT plans streaming service around 'new' HDMI stick – report

iWatch 'due November'... Y'all know what time it is? Now you do

That Tag Heuer guy's barely settled in, right?

Blighty's Amazon Cloud Lord: It's a battle of men vs boys, and I ain't no boy

I'm going to do a Microsoft on Microsoft. And SAP and the rest of them, too

Canuck reader threatens suicide over exact dimensions of SPAAAACE!

How many As? Reg hack's writing cops a shoeing

Reg hardware hunter spots HP SlateBook 14 Android in the wild

PicsCurrys serves up festive fare

Chow rocket blasts off for ISS: Awww, freeze-dried ice cream AGAIN

The 'other' American spaceflight firm feeds the 'nauts

UK.gov warned: Small biz bods 'blunted' by broadband bumbling

You're killing our speed buzz, says FSB

LOHAN seeks stirring motto for spaceplane mission patch

CompetitionGive it your best shot to win embroidered ballocket collectible

Phab-u-less: Huge MONSTER iPhone 6 not due until 2015 – claim

You must be pleased to see me - that's not an iThing in your pocket

July 14, 2015. Tuesday. No more support for Windows Server 2003. Good luck

2.7 million systems in Europe must make the switch

Test drive Microsoft Azure

PromoLive event, 3pm BST today

Two years in the making: Sneak peek at VMware's future VVOL tech

Virtual volume storage to erupt onto array scene next year

XSS marks the spot: PayPal portal peril plugged

Vuln was persistent but small, claims payment firm

Calling all headhunters: Logicalis seeks UK chief technology officer

Must eat, breathe and sleep biz tech...

ISPs 'blindsided' by UK.gov's 'emergency' data retention and investigation powers law

Oh look, there's even an HHGTTG clause

Rural mobile coverage: Tweeting twits to join chirping tits in UK's national parks

Yup, someone IS gabbering behind you on the hiking trail

Gartner: To the right, to the right – biz sync firms who've won in a box to the right...

Magic quadrant: Top marks for, er, completeness of vision, EMC

Unionised workers vote to become thorn in HP's side

Application Services folk fear 400 job relocations, PCS seeks 'leverage'

IBM shoots Elastic Storage into SoftLayer cloud

TW-ANG-ANG-ANG-ANG: Elastic wallet needed

'Big Internet' wades into 'net neutrality' battle with the FCC

We'd love Class II reclassification – but just not yet. Oh hang on

Rockall pod-dweller Hancock beats solo occupation record

40 days atop North Atlantic islet

Gameover ZeuS botnet pulls dripping stake from heart, staggers back from the UNDEAD

Zombies twitch, lurch to feet after FBI takedown

May: UK data slurp law is fine, but I still need EMERGENCY powers

UK.gov worried about foreign companies it taps without consent?

LightSquared backer sues FCC over spectrum shindy

Why, we might as well have been buying AIR

Google Glass HOLED: Techno-specs' inventor jets off to Amazon

'Visionary' sees brighter future away from cursed project

SpaceX FINALLY lobs six sats into orbit (don't mention the landing)

Video'Reusable' Falcon 9 rocket now anything but

Female! ex-Yahoo! coder! says! female! boss! fired! her! for! refusing! sex!

Lawsuit alleges harassment, emotional harm, wrongful firing

Will GCHQ furtle this El Reg readers' poll? Team Snowden suggests: Yes

PollLeaked wiki boasts of mischief-making, propaganda-spreading toolkit

Hackers' delight: Hotel cyber-cafe, er, business centers, apparently – US Secret Service

Arrests in Texas spark under-the-counter alert, we're told

Data retention saves Australia from TERROR says Labor MP

MP Anthony Byrne whacks the 'liberty licenses our enemy' drum

Chinese biz bloke builds his OWN 3,500-mile Tesla charger network

Homegrown stations in 16 cities from Beijing to Guangzhou open for all

NIST told to grow a pair and kick NSA to the curb

Lrn2crypto, oversight panel tells US govt's algorithm bods

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